Online Course Development Process
This instructional design process is a systems approach that results in the development of targeted training and education programs to meet the needs of learners. The ADDIE model for instructional systems design (ISD) is a generic model that serves as the foundation for many ISD models in use today. The word "ADDIE" represents each phase of the ISD process: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation.
This design model is one many versions of ISD models that have been developed for education and training. I've decided to focus on this model for the discussion of practical approaches because it is one of the most commonly used models and because it provides a great deal of flexibility.
This ADDIE model includes five major phases:
Each function is divided into a set of specific activities and tools, as well as a list of the project team members likely to be involved and a list of the products likely to come out of that phase.
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