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1 The ADDIE Model By: Elva Juarez LEARNING THEORIES

2 ADDIE Instructional Design Model The ADDIE Model is a systematic instructional design model consisting of five phases: ANALYSIS DESIGN DEVELOPMENT IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION

3 ANALYSIS Determine business goals and performance objectives. Analyze system to gain a complete understanding of it. Compile task inventory of all functions associated with its job. Select tasks that need to be trained Build performance measures for the task Choose instructional setting Estimate what the cost is going to be

4 Design Create a road map for accomplishing the goals and objectives. Sequence and structure the learning objectives Develop the learning objective for each task List the entry behaviors that the learner must demonstrate prior to training Identify and list the learning steps required Develop the performance tests to show mastery of the tasks to be trained

5 Develop Create the elements laid out in the design stage. Validate the instruction to ensure it accomplishes the objective and goals List activities that will help participants learn the task Synthesize the courseware into a viable training program Select the delivery method Review existing materials to not reinvent the wheel

6 IMPLEMENT Deploy the training Conduct the training and include training the participants on new tools (software or hardware). Create a management plan for conduction the training.

7 EVALUATE Measure whether the training works and goals have been achieved Revise or modify training when necessary and to make it better Review and evaluate each phase (analyze, design, develop, implement) to make sure goals are accomplished Perform external evaluations and observe the tasks that were trained and that they are being performed by the learner on the job

8 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNING PROCESS Analyze Design Develop Implement Evaluate

9 ANALYSIS REQUIREMENT LEARNERCONTENT

10 LEARNER ANALYSIS Prerequisite skills of learner Accessibility to learning environment Level of education to be delivered Demographics of the learner Audience learner analysis

11 DESIGN Design document Storyboards User interface Style guide Graphic designer instruction

12 DEVELOPMENT Text Elements Audio Elements Visual Elements

13 Implementation Network Based CD- Rom Based Course Delivery

14 Evaluation Revision Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation

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