Instructional Design Models Comparison

Instructional Design Models Comparison
Seels and Glasgow
Needs Analysis Management Phase
Analyze required outcomes
Analyze needs of learners
Instructional Design Management Phase
Determine instructional strategies to be used
Determine tasks and assginments
Determine the delivery method
Complete formative evaluations
Implementation and Evaluation Management Phase
Produce materials or determine
materials to be used
Instruction
Evaluation of course
Should you revise, continue, or
determine what the next steps are?
ADDIE
Analyze
Develop Goals
Understand the needs of the learners
Develop a timeline
Design
Determine your objectives
Content Planning
Decide on instructional
approach or delivery method
Develop
Tasks
Activities
Materials
Assessments
Implement
LAUNCH-put it in to practice
Evaluate
Was your teaching successful?
Should you revise, continue, or
determine what the next steps are?
ASSURE
Analyze Learners
Understand Learning Styles of Learners
Gender and Age of Learners
Learning student preferences and needs
State Objectives
Specific Measurable Objectives
Outcomes of the Learning
Select Media and Materials
Select materials that will be used
Create new materials
Modify existing materials if needed
Utilize Media and Materials
Prep all materials
Direct instruction takes place
Determine that all materials
work the way you would like
them to
Require Learner Participation
In class activities
Discussions
Games
Simulations
Assessments
All activities allow the learners to apply their
knowledge and understanding of the
content
Evaluate and Revise
This should be done before,
during, and after instruction
Were the objectives met?
Was your teaching successful?
Should you revise, continue, or
determine what the next steps
are?
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