Addie Model

For many years, the ADDIE Instructional Design (ID) method has been used by educators and curriculum planners alike for the conception and development of educational and training programs. It is still one of the most popular methods of teaching in the field of education. [Sources: 3, 8]


One of the most widely used curriculum models in the field of education is the ADDIE model, which is dedicated to providing a solid structure for the development of effective eLearning. The add-on model (and its derivatives) provides designers with the structure needed to design a curriculum, regardless of the teaching method used. It allows designers to evaluate course and program elements and revise them if necessary. [Sources: 1, 9, 15]


This evaluation phase deserves to be the last in the ADDIE model, as it takes place within each element and surrounds the educational design process. [Sources: 15]


The five phases of the ADDIE model are designed to guide teams through the course design process. This includes analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. The analysis phase is the input to the system, design, development and evaluation are the processes, implementation phases are outputs, and the design and development of evaluations are processes. Once we know the purpose of a course and understand more about the students enrolled, we can move forward in the design process. [Sources: 4, 6, 11, 15]


The first four stages of the ADDIE model are followed by the others, with the final phase in the third phase, the implementation phase and then the evaluation phase. [Sources: 20]


An example of a purpose-oriented model is the use of the ADDIE model in the design of an application for the application of computer vision and machine learning. The systematic approach consists of four phases: the development, implementation, evaluation and testing phase, and the evaluation phase. [Sources: 14, 16]


Although some models are more suitable than others, the ADDIE model can be helpful when it comes to cooperation in higher education. One of the reasons it is such a lasting model for curriculum design is that its various phases can still be applied to many new models of curricula. Although it has existed as a model for many years, it remains an important tool for designing and developing learning solutions. [Sources: 13, 14, 23]


It is often used by designers and training developers and is seen as a mental guideline that could help them systematically solve problems in the field of teaching design. The ADDIE model is ideal for learning teaching concepts, as it offers a relatively simple process that authors can follow, but also ensures that important elements are not forgotten. [Sources: 0, 18, 21]


Good design principles can be applied in the ADDIE model, but it is also a model that allows you to systematically and thoroughly identify and implement design principles. While good design principles could also be applied in other areas of design, the Addie model is the only one of its kind. Although good design principles can be applied in many different areas, such as the design of a product or system, they can also be the first of their kind in this area. [Sources: 2]


Good design principles can be applied in the ADDIE model, but it is also a model that allows you to systematically and thoroughly identify and implement design principles. [Sources: 2]


In this article, I will explain why the ADDIE model of teaching is a great tool to guide you through this process. By creating a curriculum to teach, say, residents of internal medicine how to interpret chest X-rays, this paper illustrates how educators can use it to develop their own curricula. It is an excellent model for the development of iterative learning and training activities. In addition to an overview of the Addie instruction and design model, we will describe each phase of the model using a created curriculum for teaching the breast – x-rays as an example. [Sources: 10, 19, 22]


When people talk about teaching, they call it the addie model of teaching, or more precisely, the ADDIE model. It is used to create teaching materials that meet the general objectives of the teacher and is often used in conjunction with other teaching methods, such as using teaching as a tool for developing iterative learning and training activities and for designing curricula. The addie models are used to create training sessions that are designed to achieve specific learning outcomes and behavioral changes. [Sources: 5, 12, 17]


In the course of the development of the teaching design, various models for the teaching system were created, most of them were built on the basis of the Addie model. Most current models for instruction designs are spin-offs or variations of the ADDIE model; therefore, the AddIE is a plug-and-play model, but I will write about some other instruction design models that can be used in conjunction with the ADDIE. These other models include the Dick Carey Kemp ISD model and the K-12 Instructional System Design Model (KSD). [Sources: 7, 12, 21]

In addition, Soto points out that the ADDIE process is likely to be used as a basic model for many curriculum planners, but some researchers have proposed changes to meet the changing needs of online educational environments, including virtual classrooms. Swanson (2005) notes that the add-on model of instruction design is a model that “exhibits a high degree of flexibility and flexibility in its design and may have had a significant impact on the development of the model of the K-12 instruction system. A second criticism is that it is a “loaded front-end” because it focuses heavily on content development and pays less attention to the interaction between lecturer and student during the course. [Sources: 2, 21]

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