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ADDIE PROCESS
The Addie process is used to develop
instruction and improve education in order to
meet the needs of a specific audience. Addie
process consists of five phases. The phases
include analysis, design, development,
implement, and evaluation. The following
illustration is the Addie model process which
consists of the essential steps toward
instructional design. They include:
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The instructional problem has been
identified.
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This process is for analyzing the needs of the
audience.

Who are my learners?

Goals and objectives are planned in this
stage.
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The design phase is where the instructional
strategies are designed and media choices
are made.

Timetable and budget are also discussed.
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In the develop phase, materials are produced
according to decisions made during the
design phase.

What teaching resources do I have?

What resources will I use? (websites, articles,
videos etc,)
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What assessments activities will I use?
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The implement phase includes testing the
product within the real world environment.
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Training the learners.
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Training the instructors on how to use the
product.
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This phase is used for learner feedback.

How will I make use of feedback? How can it
improve?
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Did learners like the program?
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Did learners achieve their goals?
Analyze
Design
Evaluate
Implement
Develop
This concludes the five stages to the Addie
process. The process is one of the most
commonly used methods for developing
instructional design. Addie helps achieve
desired learning outcomes for all audiences.
This innovative way of instruction makes
learning interesting. The process helps close
educational gaps and allows room for
continuous improvement.
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September). ADDIE Model at LearningTheories.com. Retrieved September 8th, 2009 from
http://www.learning-theories.com/addie-model.htm
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