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    The ADDIE Instructional Design Model

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    I need help with explaining how an instructional design theory or model (ADDIE, ASSURE, HPT, etc.) impacts instructions and the "added value" that it might bring a teacher's instructions. Is there a positive and negative way that this instructional theory or model may influence the delivery of the instruction?

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    ADDIE briefly describes its five phases of Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. The ADDIE instructional design involves strategic planning which consists of a designed blueprint that has to be followed. This model has been used for many years and it works more as a 'device' to guide the teacher on the course's design. It may appear linear but it doesn't need to be followed as is and has been used in various ways.

    The ADDIE model has withstood the test of time and has proven to lead the learners to better results because all the steps are focused on the learners and how it can help them acquire the desired outcome. ...

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    This solution provides a description and definition of ADDIE, and also describes the advantages and disadvantages.