Identify the differences in the ASSURE verses the ADDIE Instructional Design models and what environments each model is designed to support. Which model do you find most useful and why? Let's discuss.
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An instructional design model is a model which enables instructional designers to apply learning theory to teaching in the actual learning environment (IDC, 2016). It also provides structure during the creation of learning material (IDC, 2016). There are several instructional design models available to instructional designers. The differences in ASSURE vs ADDIE instructional design models.
The ADDIE model is an acronym for Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation model. It is a traditional instructional design model which incorporates the necessary steps for the development of an effective program (Peterson, 2003). In the ADDIE model, the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation elements represent the 5 cyclical phases of instructional design and these processes represent an adaptable guideline for designing practical training support tools (IDC, 2016). According to Peterson (2003), “employing the ADDIE model in the development of a program or course can assist developers in instituting a learner-centered approach rather than a teacher-centered approach, making the program more applicable and meaningful for learners” (p. 1).
Design. This is a systematic step which involves the formulation of learning objectives, lesson planning, lesson content, assessments and media selection.
Development. During this phase, the instructional content is further developed. Technologies are also developed and integrated into this phase.
Implementation. This is the phase where the instruction is implemented.
Evaluation. This includes formative evaluation during each stage of program development and summative evaluation, focusing on the outcome of the program. Formative evaluations save program resources by identifying problems early (IDC, 2016).
Figure 1. ASSURE model (Gruber, 2014b).
ASSURE Model, ADDIE Model and Instructional Design
The ASSURE and ADDIE models are both practical instructional design models used by instructional designers. The ADDIE model emphasizes the development of instructional material while the ASSURE model uses existing materials that can be modified (Gruber, 2014a). The decisions about learning models or theories can be influenced by the target learning environment. The ADDIE model works well in performance improvement solutions as it enables formative evaluations through each phase leading to the earlier identification of program problems and solutions. The ADDIE model thus supports corporate training solutions. The ASSURE model enables the incorporation and effective use of technology and media in training and the improvement of teaching practices to provide optimal learning experiences for students. The ASSURE model thus supports learning in a classroom.
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IDC. (2016). Instructional design models. Instructional Design Central. Retrieved from http://www.instructionaldesigncentral.com/instructionaldesignmodels
Peterson, C. (2003). Bringing ADDIE to life: instructional design at its best. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 12(3), 1–5. Retrieved from http://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781107415324.004
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Table of Contents:
00:28 - The ADDIE Model
02:14 - The ASSURE Model
03:50 - ASSURE Model, ADDIE Model, and Instructional Design
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