The addie model instructional design framework is the basis into creating a plan for the training program or course that is to be created. It is a structured learning model, which consists of five essential steps that must be followed when developing an instructional course.
Here are some fundamental elements are:
- Analyze:The analysis phase is completed when all of the information collected is assembled into a unified structure to outline the learning addie model objectives of the whole course. The goals must be precise, clear and easily quantifiable. Undefined objectives could cause issues in the following phases within an ADDIE model. Once the learning goals are defined it is possible to move on to designing.
- Desing: In this stage the trainer sketches out an instructional plan for the specific course. This will outline the structure of the course along with other important components such as the methods for learning delivery, assessment, and so on. After the instructional strategy has been established, the format of the course is chosen and it is the time to write an Instructional design document.
- Development: In this stage it is where a model for each course component is designed which is then reviewed by the customer prior to the course is created. A prototype can give an idea of what the final course could appear like. It could include a couple of templates or even step-by-step storyboards. The customer reviews the model and gives feedback upon which the course is created.