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for Instructional Design
Developed by the Florida State University, the ADDIE Model is a systematic approach used by instructional designers and content developers to create instructional course materials.
Comprising five simple phases - Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluate, the model has been adopted as the standard method by many instructional designers because of its flexibility.
The ADDIE model represents a lean, dynamic, flexible guideline for building effective training and performance support tools. The model helps to save time and money by catching problems while they are still easy to fix.
Although the ADDIE process resembles the traditional waterfall model, users could adapt it in a flexible way by incorporating iterations and rapid prototyping between the phases.
Understand the meaning of instructional design
Obtain an overview of the ADDIE model
Acquire detailed knowledge on the five-step ADDIE process for instructional design
What is Instructional Design
Overview of the ADDIE Model
The Five Phases of ADDIE for Instructional Design