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Introduction to Instructional Design and the ADDIE Model

  title={Introduction to Instructional Design and the ADDIE Model},
  author={Kevin Michael Kruse},
What is Instructional Systems Design? The most widely used methodology for developing new training programs is called Instructional Systems Design (ISD) It is also known as Instructional Systems Design & Development (ISDD), the Systems Approach to Training (SAT), or just Instructional Design (ID). This approach provides a step-by-step system for the evaluation of students' needs, the design and development of training materials, and the evaluation of the effectiveness of the training… 
Meeting the needs of the adult learner in the instructional design environment
There are an increasing number of adults who are seeking further education and training for various purposes, ranging from English as a Second Language to doctoral degrees. These adults possess
E-Learning Systems: Promises and Pitfalls
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Internet-based learning software is another tool in the educator’s armamentarium, but educators must still utilize sound educational pedagogy to create effective learning instruments.
An ASSURE-Model Instructional Design Based on Active Learning Strategies and its Effect for 1st Intermediate Student's Higher Order Thinking Skills in Teaching Science Text Book
An ASSURE-Model Instructional Design Based on Active Learning Strategies and Its Effect for 1st Intermediate Student's Higher Order Thinking Skills in Teaching Science text books is designed.
Opportunities and Challenges in Instructional Design for Teaching the Flexure Formula Using the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy*
The Revised Bloom's Taxonomy has been used in designing an instruction module in an analytical course in engineering for distance learning and identification of the type of knowledge and cognitive process associated with each task is found to be useful.
Instructional Design of a Computer-Based Solution for Teaching Strength of Materials at Distance : A Valuable Tool for Engineering Academics
The concern of the academic staff at the Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL) regarding the continued poor student performance in Strength of Materials has prompted the author to undertake a research
A Patterns Based Approach for Design of Educational Technologies
The notion of Pattern-Oriented Instructional Design (POID) is presented as a way to model instructional design as a connection of patterns and integrate it with Pattern- Oriented Software Architecture (POSA) based on fundamental principles in software engineering.
Building a B-Learning Strategy
In this review of literature, the authors combine different points of view and a theoretical model that emerged from the inquiry made will be showed and may support the integration of technologies, in order to enhance the learning.
Rapid Instructional Design: Increasing Educator Capacity for Developing Elearning Solutions
The need for quality control and evaluation of the learning designs in the rapid instructional design process and discussion lead to the conclusion that there is a need to show benefit at the level of student learning.
The Various Stages of an Instructional Systems Development Methodology for e-learning Modules
The efforts which have been made towards a PGL methodology are reported by analyzing the changes on the workshop programs along the last three years and the proposed methodology (ISDMELO) is grounded on sound principles from learning theories.
Changes in Instructional System Design (ISD): Improving Training Product Delivery to United States Army Soldiers
Abstract : The purpose of this study is to identify methods that could speed up the Instructional System Design (ISD) process currently used by the U.S. Army. The current Army ISD process is the