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ADDIE by Mind Map: ADDIE

1. ANALYZE

1.1. The analyze stage is where a full overview of the audience, goals, objectives, and learning environment is established.

1.1.1. KEY AREAS TO ADDRESS

1.1.1.1. Who is the audience

1.1.1.1.1. For my course: faculty teaching over zoom for the first time

1.1.1.2. What are the options for course delivery?

1.1.1.2.1. This may be pre-determined by your institution- at my institution, we exclusively use Canvas

1.1.1.3. Determine the timeline - when does the course launch, when do we want development completed to allow for QC

2. DESIGN

2.1. During the design stage practical decisions are made based on the information established in the analyze phase. Decisions are made for the learning objectives, assessments, content, exercises, media, etc.

2.1.1. Decide on the format of the course, methodology and strategy: will it be simulation-based, video based, text based

2.1.1.1. For my course: Mainly video-based, with text-written guides and websites as the main delivery of content

2.1.2. Decide on the assessments for the course. Will it focus on summative assessments, formative assessments, or both? What will the format of assessments be (tests, projects, participation in activities, etc) and how will assessments be measured?

2.1.2.1. For my course: assessments will be project-based: learners will have to submit example videos they have created of sharing content in Zoom

2.2. Create a storyboard/prototype layout of the course. This will be a blueprint for the development stage

2.2.1. Review the storyboard with other instructional designers/subject matter experts to identify areas that potentially need adjusting

3. DEVELOPMENT

3.1. The development stage is where the decisions (storyboards, LMS, objectives, etc) made in the previous two stages, along with the content (readings, videos, assessments, activities) are organized and a prototype of the course is built.

3.1.1. Use the storyboard/prototype to build the course in the LMS chosen in the analyze phase

3.1.2. Decide on branding for the course to give it a polished, clean, and unique look to keep modules consistent and differentiable from a learner's other courses

3.1.2.1. Color schemes to be used throughout the course

3.1.2.1.1. For my course: Navy blue and silver

3.1.2.2. Fonts to use

3.1.2.2.1. For my course: Gotham

3.1.2.3. Create custom banners and buttons if appropriate

3.1.3. Review the course for any grammatical/spelling errors, test the layout, navigation and mechanics of the course for ease of use and if it is understandable/intuitive from a learner perspective

4. IMPLEMENTATION

4.1. At the implementation stage, the course is built and is ready to be delivered.

4.1.1. Implementation and execution of the course should be monitored for slight changes

4.1.1.1. If it is possible, launch the first iteration of the course as a pilot version

4.1.1.2. Delivery should happen via the LMS outlined in the analyze phase

5. EVALUATION

5.1. While formative evaluation should be done at each stage of ADDIE, a final summative evaluation should take place, allowing for revisions and improvements to the course. The course should be re-evaluated after changes have been made, and periodically throughout course implementation and iterations.

5.1.1. Considerations during the evaluation phase:

5.1.1.1. Were the goals established in the analysis phase met?

5.1.1.2. Is there feedback identifying areas that need to be addressed?

5.1.1.3. Are there additional training requirements not addressed?

5.1.2. Feedback can be in the form of end-of-course evaluations

5.1.2.1. Feedback should be placed back in the analysis phase