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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.

 

Although many instructional designers use ADDIE as a prescriptive model, it is actually a means of describing the key components of any instructional design model.

 

The five phase in ADDIE represent the major steps in all systematic problem-solving models.

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