ADDIE Model Lesson Plan

Every successful teaching experience or product development process needs to be thoroughly planned first. So much so, that a special practice in the field of educational technology has been introduced – instructional systems design – to facilitate that process with various tools. Today we are going to talk about one of them, that is ADDIE model lesson plans, and how online tools and learning platforms such as EdApp can foster better results in ADDIE model application.

What is ADDIE?

ADDIE is an acronym for the five steps involved in the knowledge production process. Those are: Analysis, Design, Develop, Implement and Evaluate. The model has been in use since the 1950s when it was implemented in military training in the US, but it became common practice across other branches only in the 1970s. Instructional design systems (IDS) which ADDIE is a part of, originate from cognitive and behavioral psychology (some also attribute some influences on the system’s design). In short, IDS introduces a systemic approach geared towards efficient, appealing, and engaging knowledge acquisitions and learning processes.

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