ADDIE

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ADDIE by Mind Map: ADDIE

1. Formative Evaluation

2. Summative Evaluation

3. Formative Evaluation

4. Formative Evaluation

5. 2. Design Phase: In this phase an outline of the training is mapped, which defines the purpose, objectives, instructions, and instructional strategies to be used.

5.1. Step 1: Begin to storyboard or create an outline using the objectives

5.2. Step 2: Organize content into topics, lessons, or small modules

5.3. Step 3: Create different types of activities for different levels of interactivity

5.4. Step 4: Explore the different ways of assessing the learner

5.5. Step 5: Select the method of delivery and media platform

5.6. Step 6: Create a prototype or visuals

6. 1. Analyze Phase This is the first phase in the ADDIE model. It focuses on data collecting and there are three types of analyses: • Needs • Task/Job • Instructional This phase looks at the “who, what, when, where, why, and how” of a potential training.

6.1. Step 1: Perform a needs analysis, this step will look at business needs, information gaps, and roadblocks the targeted leaner may have.

6.2. Step 2: Shadow the target learner for task analysis. Have a first-hand look at the process to be trained. Gather content for the training.

6.3. Step 3: Define objectives and desired outcomes for performance and assessment.

6.4. Step 4: Determine instructional methodology given content and the time allotted to build the training.

7. 3. Development Phase: During this phase, the content is built using the selected media and the information gathered in the analysis phase follows the blueprint in the design phase.

7.1. Step 1: Build the content using the design outline

7.2. Step 2: Check for content flow, clean branding, and simplified navigation

7.3. Step 3: Evaluate level of engagement and duration of the training

7.4. Step 4: Test, Test, Test

8. 4. Implementation Phase: In this phase, the content for training is ready for trainers or online learners to use.

8.1. Step 1: Have a test group to ensure it works properly before deploying it to everyone

8.2. Step 2: Self-evaluate the training by observing learner. • Is the training accessibility? • Were the objectives met?

9. 5. Evaluation Phase: During this phase, the feedbacks provided at the end of training are used to evaluate the content/material and find the areas of success and opportunity.

9.1. Step 1: Evaluate if the objectives were met

9.2. Step 2: Review feedback

9.3. Step 3: Assess if a new method of delivery or learning platform is needed

9.4. Step 4: Apply new data and revamp training; repeat the ADDIE process

10. Formative Evaluation