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ADDIE Model

Instructional System Design


Or System Approach to Training
Implementation
Analysis
Development
Design
Evaluation
ADDIE
1) Analysis Phase
During analysis, the instructor or designer identifies the learning problems, instructional behaviors, goals, and objectives of
the process.

2) Design Phase
A systematic process of planning specific learning objectives, assessment instruments, lesson plans and course exercises.

3) Development Phase

The designer creates instructional content and learning materials to support the design phase of the educational process.

4) Implementation Phase

The educational plan is put into action. The designer establish training for all parties that are involved in the learning process.

5) Evaluation Phase

Evaluate the effectiveness of the training program. Use summative and formative evaluations to validate the success criteria
was met during the instructional process.
Five Phases of ADDIE
ADDIE Timeline
1975
Florida State University
Created and developed for the U.S. Army
ADDIE included Evaluation and Content for Phase V
Nineteen step process


ADDIE Timeline
1981
Revised model
Modified by Dr. Russell Watson
Nineteen step were modified

ADDIE Timeline
1984
Dynamic model
Modified by U.S. Army
Summative and Formative Evaluations

ADDIE Timeline
1995
SAT (System Approach to Training) or ISD (Instructional
System Design) were the long standing names for the
model
ADDIE The Acronym was first used in a paper by
Michael Schlegel
Design Model of Analyze, Design, Development,
Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE)
ADDIE Timeline
1997
Extending ADDIE
Action mapping, 4C/ID and prototyping

References

Clark, D. R. (2014). Addie timeline. Retrieved from:
http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/history_isd/addie.html#FSU