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ISD From The Ground Up, 4th Edition by Chuck Hodell

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ADDIE and Other ISD Models

Theoretical models in the field of instructional systems development have been in place for many years, with ADDIE probably being the first and most recognized example. In recent research conducted by ATD (2015), more than 1,300 respondents listed the ADDIE model as the one they use most often. It was followed by Bloom’s taxonomy and Kirkpatrick’s four levels of evaluation. Clearly, while there are many models of ISD, the ADDIE model reigns supreme in terms of what professional instructional designers see as the model to reference and use as a foundation for their work.

ISD models besides ADDIE include, but are not limited to, Dick and Carey, Kemp, Diamond, SAM, Rapid Prototyping, ASSURE, Air Force, Hannafin-Peck, ...

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