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1. Design

1.1. Design is the 2nd step. It focuses on actually designing the instruction. It focuses on what learning objectives need to be addressed, what kind of training plan should be implemented and what types of content and media should be included. It is the blueprint for the instruction.

1.1.1. Use templates to help map out blueprint of the design.

1.1.2. Discover learning objectives

1.1.3. Create a training plan

1.1.4. Determine what types of content and media should be included

2. Analysis

2.1. Analysis is the first step in the ADDIE Process. It focuses on understanding the real problem being addressed. The goals and objectives of the proposed instruction. Also, the current knowledge and skills of the learners will be assessed.

2.1.1. Research via phone, survey or interviews.

2.1.2. Conduct Learner Analysis

2.1.3. Understand Goals & Objectives

3. Development

3.1. Development is the 3rd step in the process. It is the physical process of creating the training or instruction.

3.1.1. Utilize a storyboard to map out course

3.1.2. Create graphics and choose media.

3.1.3. Figure out what learning management system and e-learning software to utilize.

4. Implementation

4.1. Implementation is the 4th step. Facilitators for the instruction is chosen and they are trained on how to deliver. Facilitators focus on how to structure the training, how to motivate students, what questions to ask, etc.

4.1.1. Create facilitator training.

4.1.2. Prepare the learners for the instruction

4.1.3. Create and utilize presentation media such as powerpoint to facilitate the training.

5. Evaluation

5.1. Evaluation is a step that overlaps with the other steps. It determines whether or not the instruction has met the objectives and goals. It also determines whether the needs of the learner has been met, and if there needs to be changes.

5.1.1. Utilize surveys and evaluations at the end of instruction.

5.1.2. Enlist the feedback of experts

5.1.3. Assess feedback of whether learner needs have been met