Phasing Out ADDIE

ADDIE is an acronym used to describe a creation process for instruction.  It stands for: *Analyze* *Design* *Develop* *Implement* *Evaluate*

ADDIE has served as the “king” of all ISD (systems of instructional design) models for the past 30 years.  Recently however, IDs are looking for an instructional design model that allows for designers to test their designs more frequently.  Michael Allen’s SAM model has been getting a lot of attention lately for its emphasis on testing multiple, rapid iterations in the field.  While any effort involving the learner in the design process is a step forward in my opinion, it is not enough.  Up to this point, most of the popular ID models have essentially been instruction-centered.

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