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ADDIE and Assessing Learning

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I need the assistance using the ADDIE model here's the problem.

For this part of your instructional design, you are responsible for the following tasks:

Design an assessment/evaluation strategy & plan.
Explain how the plan provides evaluation across the full scope of your instructional design project and process.
Explain how the plan uses characteristics of criterion-referenced evaluation.
The design must include both formative and summative evaluation systems.
Include plans for both immediate and long-term evaluation of results.
Do not create detailed instrumentation. This is a strategic planning document.

I need help getting started. Thank you.

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Please see reference attached (also attached below), including two relevant articles for you to consider. I hope this helps and take care.

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Hi,

I cannot complete your assignment for you or do a part of your assignment, as this is NOT BrainMass policy. However, I can provide you with guidance and suggestions (information) to consider for the successful completion of this assignment.
A good place to start would be to do an online search using "ADDIE MODEL" "summative and formative evaluation" "criterion-referenced evaluation" or some variation of these words to research the topic.

In fact, using these search words, I located some excellent information for you consider for your assignment, which is presented below (and two articles attached):

1. Design an assessment/evaluation strategy & plan. Explain how the plan provides evaluation across the full scope of your instructional design project and process. Explain how the plan uses characteristics of criterion-referenced evaluation. The design must include both formative and summative evaluation systems. Include plans for both immediate and long-term evaluation of results. Do not create detailed instrumentation. This is a strategic planning document.

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These instructions clearly tell you want is expected of you for this assignment. Let's look at what ADDIE is and the design of this model, which is used for assessment/evaluation purposes.
In fact, the most widely used methodology for developing new training programs is called Instructional Systems Design (ISD) It is also known as Instructional ...

Solution Summary

This solution provides assistance using the ADDIE model to be used in a strategic planning document. Supplemented with two articles explaining criterion and summative vs. formative evaluation methods and techniques.

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