ADDIE model

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ADDIE model by Mind Map: ADDIE model

1. Outcome: An evaluation report and actionable changes plan.

2. Analyze

2.1. Instructional goals.

2.1.1. What is the goal?What knowledge they pursue?

2.2. Instructional analysis

2.2.1. Analyze how many steps there are to reach the goal. Dive into details, break the topic in chunks, continually add and refine.

2.3. Learner analysis

2.3.1. Who are the learners? What knowledge they already possess? Define the key characteristics.

2.4. Learner objectives

2.4.1. By the time the students finish the course they should be able: Demonstrate/Describe. By Bloom`s taxonomy chart.

2.5. Outcome: An analysis of training needs and training plan

3. Implement

3.1. Instructors training

3.1.1. Prepare the curriculum for the instructors.

3.2. Learners preparation

3.2.1. Prepare the learners. Make sure they have the tools and knowledge how to use them

3.2.2. Outcome: Learners and instructors are ready for the course.

3.3. Arrange the space

3.3.1. Arrange the learners space online(LMC)/classroom.

4. Design.

4.1. Choose a course format and timing

4.1.1. Classroom, blended, MOOC

4.2. Create an instructional strategy

4.2.1. Research the topic:1. Preinstructional activities (facilitate intrinsic/extrinsic motivation) 2. Content presentation 3.Learner participation (assessment) 4.Follow through activity (apply).

4.3. Design assessment

4.3.1. Design concise assessment according to your instructional goals.

4.4. Outcome: An overview of the course and storyboard to confirm with stakeholders.

5. Develop

5.1. Develop the sample instruction

5.1.1. Develop the sample instruction

5.2. Develop the course material.

5.2.1. Follow the storyboard.

5.3. Conduct run through.

5.3.1. Check grammar, mechanics and navigation of the course.

5.4. Outcome: Revised final content

6. Evaluate

6.1. Formative evaluation

6.1.1. One on one using clear assessment questions; Small groups (monitor how activities work in a group setting); Field trial-real time rehearsal. Evaluate clarity, impact, fusibility.

6.2. Summative evaluation

6.2.1. Anonymous. To prove the worth of the instructions. Evaluate reaction (indicate how they agree with the statement), learning post test(knowledge-achievements test; skills- performance test; attitude- questionnaire) , behavior(the transfer of the knowledge from the training context to actual performance setting) , results (how it effected productivity etc)