ADDIE is an acronym that expands to Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. The ADDIE model is one of the most well-known models for instructional design (the process of designing including exam planning, developing, and delivering content chiefly pertaining to pedagogy).
The biggest advantage of the ADDIE model is that it provides a structured framework that helps ensure that an effective learning product is produced at the end of the process. A learning product can be in the form of:
- Online or offline training
- A coaching session
- Information brochure
Basically, any other product that is aimed at transferring knowledge from a subject matter expert to one or more individuals comes under this category.
The ADDIE model offers other advantages as well. For instance, the model helps identify the learning need in a much more structured way. It makes sure that all learning activities serve that goal, or in other words, offers an integrated approach to learning. It also helps in the determination of learning effectiveness because the relevant job behaviors and the required skills and knowledge required for the same are clearly defined in the ADDIE framework. This helps in the overall measurement of learning effectiveness.
It is a great tool for designing effective learning programs. The rapid increase in technological capabilities today requires continuous upskilling, which can greatly be assisted by the ADDIE model.
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