The ADDIE model of instructional design is a basic model that can be applied to any kind of learning solution.
At Outsource2india, we implement the ADDIE model because of its emphasis on analysis. Before engineering a learning solution, we analyze the problem thoroughly to ensure that the solution impacts performance in a positive way.
The ADDIE model consists of five stages - Analysis, Design, Development, Evaluation and Implementation.
This phase is the most important as it identifies areas in your current business situation that require training. This phase is conducted taking into account the views of subject matter experts, the target audience and your company's ultimate business objectives and goals. A few questions addressed during this phase are-
The design phase involves the complete design of the learning solution. It will address the training methodology, whether training will be administered online, detailed storyboards illustrating the training programme and courseware content. During this phase, the following points are taken into account.
The development phase concerns the actual production of the design specifications. This also involves creating or obtaining any media mentioned in the design of the courseware. This phase sees the creation of storyboards, graphics and programming involved in the development. It involves the following considerations.
This is the phase where the developed course is actually administered to the target audience. The delivery environment should be prepared for implementation of the course. The following considerations are also taken into account during this phase.
This is the phase which decides whether the course is effective and satisfies the course objectives. This phase considers feedback from learners. Evaluation is done constantly, both during development and delivery.