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The ADDIE Model: Conclusion

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The ADDIE Model: A roadmap for building E-Learning Courses

 

 

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Conclusion

 

One of the main difficulties instructors face when teaching online courses is engaging the students over the internet. Even though many of the techniques used in a traditional face-to-face classroom course apply, teaching an online course requires additional techniques for success. The ADDIE systematic framework provides a basic path for developing and teaching an online course: analyze the course objectives and audience; design and develop the materials and activities; implement the course materials and encourage learning, and finally, evaluate the effectiveness. Strategies that can be used to teach online effectively and keep online learners engaged are preparing the online classroom environment with well designed syllabi and policies and by nurturing the learning community to become self-sufficient.

 

 

 

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