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1 Presented by: Analinda Corona

2 Introduction The Instructional design is a systems that approach the results in the progress of targeted training programs to meet the needs of learners. The Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation (ADDIE) model was develop during the World War II as the U.S. military struggles with itself to find a way to produce a victorious training programs. The ADDIE model is not a specific instructional design enlargement model, but an illustration of the abstract components of many instructional design/development models. Today, many workplace used the ADDIE model process throughout each phase of the Instructional System Design process: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation.

3 What is Instructional Design? Instructional design is a career that teaches people to create things that facilitate a person to learn about a particular themes and to develop a set of skills. It shows step by step details as the textbook says. It also the reflective process of interpret principals of learning. The Instructional Design puts information into plans for them to learn the instructions with materials, activities along with the resources. For example, ADDIE model, is a design that helps people accomplish many skills and evaluations. The best way for people to learn instructional design easier is by visualizing or in class session because they can accomplish better study.

4 ADDIE: Develop Psychology Physiology

5 ADDIE Model: A Special Case ADDIE model is a process that illustrates the essential steps of the Instructional design/ development process. The essential steps are: Describes a technique for completing design projects. Focus on designing learning events. Doesn’t promote any specific strategy for analyzing or designing solutions. Is still a part of how we do what we do.

6 Instructional Design: ADDIE Model ID Process: The methodical development of instructional specifications of using learning and instructional theory is used to guarantee the value of instruction. The whole process of analysis of learning requirements, aspirations and the development of a delivery system is to meet those needs. It includes development of instructional resources, activities, tryout and evaluation of all instructions and learner activities. ID Discipline: The branch of knowledge disturbed with investigate and hypothesis concerns the instructional plans and the procedure for developing and implementing those plans.

7 Instructional Design: ADDIE Model ID Science: The science of build detailed specifications for the development, implementation, evaluation, and maintenance the condition that assist the knowledge of both large and small elements of questions at all level of complication. ID Reality: Begin at any point in the design procedure, often a shine of an idea is developed to offer the core of an instruction situation. The time is the entire process that most be done, so the designer can take into account. Therefore, the entire procedure will be written up as if it occurred in a organized fashion.

8 ADDIE Model Design Develop Implement Evaluate Analyze The process of defining what is to be learned. The process of specifying how it is to be learned. The process of authoring and producing the materials. The process of installing the project in the real world context. The process of determining the adequacy of the instruction.

9 ADDIE: Analyze Illustration tasks Outputs Needs assessment Problem identification Tasks Learner Profile Description of constraints Needs problems statements Tasks analyzing

10 ADDIE: Design Illustration tasks Outputs Write objectives Develop test items Plan instruction Identify resource Establish effectiveness measurable objectives Instructional strategy Prototype specifications

11 ADDIE: Development Illustration tasks Outputs Wrote with producers Develop workbook, flowchart program Storyboard Scripts Exercises Computer assisted instruction

12 ADDIE: Implementation Illustration tasks Outputs Teacher training Tryout Student comment, data and observation.

13 ADDIE: Evaluation Illustration tasks Outputs Record time data Interpret test results Survey graduates Revise activities Recommendations Project report Revised prototype

14 Conclusion Now, that I explain the ADDIE model you will see how it will help the co-workers at there workplace by exploring new ideas and practicing over and over again (defining to learning, specifying learning, authoring & producing, installing project, and adequacy of the instruction). Therefore, learning theories at work or at school it will allow them to gain more experience. So, I believe without a theories is hardly to manage our personal life.

15 http://www.springerlink.com/content/m263vq8347348769/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ADDIE_Model http://ed.isu.edu/addie/ http://www.tzanis.org/Courses/ADDIE/ http://www.businessperform.com/html/addie_model.html http://www.articlesbase.com/training-articles/the-addie-model-why- use-it-305218.html


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