The ADDIE Instructional Design Model

Angie F. Torres
EDTC 3320.60
Mr. MCrosslin
Is a step by step process that helps training
specialist plan and create training programs.
A = Analyze training needs
D = Design training materials.
D = Develop training materials.
I = Implement training.
E = Evaluate it’s effectiveness.
 Is
the process for determining if there is a
need for the training of:
business goals needed to be achieved.
materials needed to be taught.
learners current capabilities.
Project Sponsor’s-discuss business goals and
Subject Matter Expert’s-describe
undocumented knowledge.
Target Audience –demonstrate their current
skills and capabilities.
• discover any existing materials.
• define measureable business goals.
• conduct an instructional analysis.
• analyze learners and contents.
• write learning objectives.
will plan a strategy for developing the
instruction by:
• describing the overall learning approach.
• identifying instructional media choices.
• clustering and sequencing objectives.
• describing course exercises, activities and
check design concepts that are cohesive and
present proposed training solution to the
invite feedback on the design.
provide instructions to the specialist on the
development phase of the project.
 is
the process of authoring and producing all the
materials or products in order to:
create a prototype (preview) of the final course.
develop course materials.
conduct a tabletop review, (face to face meeting
to make sure content is accurately completed).
run a pilot session(chance to review final course).
 Is
the process of launching the course and
trying out the project or materials in the real
world by:
meeting important business goals.
covering the content learner’s need to know.
reflecting the learner’s existing capabilities.
 Determines
the effectiveness or measurement of
how well the instruction or product achieved it’s
goal by using:
Formative/Summative evaluation.
Short survey questioners.
Pre-test/Post tests.
Long-term evaluation.
The ADDIE Model represents a formula whose
variables must be defined by the unique
needs and circumstances in which
the process is being used. It ensures a
consistent process for designing and
developing highly efficient and effective
system without sacrificing creativity.
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ADDIE Model, Kruse, Kevin. Retrieved, June 4,
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