CHAPTER 4

ADDIE and Other ISD Models

KEY CONCEPTS

• ISD models are the scientific foundation for instructional design

• The ADDIE model of ISD

• SAM and other models practiced in ISD

• The three truths of ISD models

• ISD models are not a road map for course design processes

CHAPTER OBJECTIVES

At the end of this chapter, the learner should be able to:

• Define the structure and uses for an instructional design model.

• List the five elements of the ADDIE model.

• Compare and contrast ADDIE with SAM and at least two other ISD models.

• List the three truths concerning ISD models.

• Explain why ISD models are not meant to be a road map for instructional design projects.

Theoretical models for the practice of ISD go back to the work of Robert ...

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