There are many types of instructional models. Some are used to design courses, others are used to design lessons and curriculum, yet all can be used by you, the teacher. Although there are many instructional design models to choose from, the ADDIE instructional model is one of the most popular. In the ADDIE model, you’ll analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate the teaching and learning happening in your classroom. It’s used to design courses, whether online or in person, but there are many ways the ADDIE instructional model can be used in. In this episode, I’ll explain no only what the ADDIE model is, but you can use it to design instruction for your students.
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