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ADDIE by Mind Map: ADDIE

1. Analysis

1.1. Types of needs analysis include; Organizational analysis is An analysis of the business needs or other reasons the training is desired. An analysis of the organization's strategies, goals, and objectives

1.2. Work analysis / Task Analysis. Analysis of the tasks being performed. This is an analysis of the job and the requirements for performing the work. Also known as a task analysis or job analysis, this analysis seeks to specify the main duties and skill level required. This helps ensure that the training which is developed will include relevant links to the content of the job.

1.3. Performance Analysis. Are the employees performing up to the established standard? If performance is below expectations, can training help to improve this performance? Is there a Performance Gap?

1.4. Training Suitability Analysis. Analysis of whether training is the desired solution. Training is one of several solutions to employment problems. However, it may not always be the best solution. It is important to determine if training will be effective in its usage.

1.5. Task analyses is an instructional design process that enable learners to know how to perform. Therefore, task analysis involve the identification of objectives and goals, defining task that students should perform, specifying the knowledge type, determine instructional activities and strategies that foster learning; select appropriate media and learning environments and construct performance assessments and evaluation.

1.6. Use the appropriate methodology required in task analysis. There are five kinds of task analysis listed below

1.7. types of Task analysis by Jonassen are: or performance analysis learning analysis, cognitive task analysis content or subject matter analysis, and activity analysis.

1.8. Analyzing the learner in order to know learners' content has impact on the learners' performance. The instructor learn the cognitive ability of learners, previous experiences of the learner, Motivation, personal learning style, Clarity of the message and interaction with the learning environment.

2. Design

2.1. ABCD Objective Model; Objectives will include 4 distinct components: Audience, Behavior, Condition and Degree

2.2. Characteristics of objectives (ABCD); observable and measurable, words like understand and learn in writing objectives are generally not acceptable as they are difficult to measure., unambiguous, and written in terms of performance.

2.3. Blooms Taxonomy and Hess' cognitive rigor relevant methods of logically connecting ideas and arranging instruction information.

3. Development

3.1. Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction

3.1.1. Gain attention of the students Ensure the learners are ready to learn and participate in activities by presenting a stimulus to gain their attention. and methods for gaining learners’ attention include:

3.1.2. Inform students of the objectives Inform students of the objectives or outcomes to help them understand what they are to learn during the course. Provide objectives before instruction begins. Methods for stating the outcomes include: r standard performance

3.1.3. Stimulate recall of prior learning Help students make sense of new information by relating it to something they already know or something they have already experienced.

3.1.4. Present the content Use strategies to present and cue lesson content to provide more effective, efficient instruction.

3.1.5. Provide learning guidance Advise students of strategies to aid them in learning content and of resources available.

3.1.6. Elicit performance (practice) Activate student processing to help them internalize new skills and knowledge and to confirm correct understanding of these concepts.

3.1.7. Provide feedback Provide immediate feedback of students’ performance to assess and facilitate learning.

3.1.8. Assess performance In order to evaluate the effectiveness of the instructional events, you must test to see if the expected learning outcomes have been achieved

3.1.9. Enhance retention and transfer to the job To help learners develop expertise, they must internalize new knowledge. St. Mary''s lesson plan template A new Teacher Survival Guide: lesson planing video

3.2. UbD create room for every students to understand the lesson by using flexible and different methods in order to put into consideration of special need for certain students. Therefore, lesson plan should be set=up in such a way that anyone can use it to teach. It also breaks down bigger ideas such as Enduring understanding and derive your essential understanding from it in order to foster students' understanding.

3.3. Differentiation in instructional design class 1. Content 2. Process 3. Product 4. Environment

3.4. Differentiation with Learning Menus

4. Implementation

4.1. Strategies to improve transitions

4.2. Smooth transition

4.3. Time management

5. Analysis

5.1. Types of analysis: Need analysis--Organizational, personal, work/task, performance, content, training suitability and cost-benefit analysis

5.1.1. Five kinds of Task analysis: job or performance analysis, learning analysis, cognitive task analysis,content or subject,, matter analysis andactivity analysis.

5.2. key points in analyzing the learner: Cognitive abilities of the learner, Previous experiences of the learner, motivation., personal learning style. Clarity of the message and Interaction with the learning environment.

6. Evaluation

6.1. SMART BOARD Responses USES: Evaluation of students, via quiz making and the students can anonymously engage. The responses of students can also be generated. It is user friendly and easy to understand.

6.2. Turning Point is a poll software that allows one to create polls and quizzes on PowerPoint and other technological devices. Turning Point allows students to use clickers to answer questions simply by pressing the correct button and view their responses class wide. Teachers can save the results of the quizzes and view how each student individually performed

6.3. Google form and socrative are all data-driven device that are user friend and can record the information gathered. Other tools can also be use for evaluation including creative evaluation