This solution provides a better understanding of the ADDIE model and suggests library and online resources for better understanding how it might impact the success of an instructional intervention. Guidance is also provided for creating a paper addressing the following question: "Based on your research, reading on this topic, and your personal bias, discuss which phase you believe is the most important and why?"© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com March 21, 2019, 9:54 pm ad1c9bdddf
I did a search for ADDIE model in my university's library and came up with several articles I think will help you with this paper. According to your assignment, your instructor is looking for you to give your opinion: "Based on your research, reading on this topic, and your personal bias, discuss which phase you believe is the most important and why?" I can't do that for you, but I can help you understand ADDIE and how to discuss it in your paper.
First, I'll elaborate on what I found in my library search.
? Cowell, C.; Hopkins, P.C.; McWhorter, R.; Jorden, D.L. (2006). Alternative Training Models. Advances in Developing Human Resources, 8(4), 460-475. Retrieved May 1, 2011, from ABI/INFORM Global. (Document ID: 1148851661).
o This article describes ADDIE as being highly effective in structured situations, but offers alternatives training models that are less structured.
? McGurr, M. (2008). Improving the Flow of Materials in a Cataloging Department: Using ADDIE for a Project in the Ohio State University Libraries. Library Resources & Technical Services, ...
Using the library and additional independent research, locate several articles that describe the ADDIE model. For each phase of the ADDIE model, describe the major activity or activities involved, and explain why the phase is critical to the success of an instructional intervention. Based on your research, reading on this topic, and your personal bias, discuss which phase you believe is the most important and why? Be sure to cite and include references for the articles and other materials you use within the text of your post.