Successive Approximation Model 1
Almost every professional and academic team searches for a more effective model of designing and developing effective learning products. We're all working to find better ways of addressing the complex challenge that instructional product creation is.
Because each situation has different opportunities, constraints, and values, it's necessary to make adaptations unique to those requirements and to preferences as well. Teams hope, either openly or secretly, that their process will prove to have advantages over what everyone else is doing, allowing them to do more and better in less time. In many ways, this is part of the fun and reward of being a professional in a complex undertaking.
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