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ADDIE method five steps waterfall diagram
from deck Instructional Design Models ADDIE, SAM diagrams (PPT template)

ADDIE Method 5 Steps Waterfall Diagram

Slide Content:

ADDIE Method: A five-step instructional design process that stands for Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation.

  1. Analysis: Identify the learners' needs and goals, as well as the learning environment and resources.
  2. Design: Create a blueprint for the instruction, including the learning objectives, activities, and assessments.
  3. Development: Create the instructional materials, such as presentations, handouts, and activities.
  4. Implementation: Deliver the instruction to the learners.
  5. Evaluation: Collect data to determine whether the instruction was effective and met the learning objectives.

Graphical Look:

  • The slide is simple and straightforward, with a clear hierarchy of information.
  • The title is large and centered, and the five steps of the ADDIE Method are listed in bold below it.
  • The slide is well-balanced and visually appealing.

The slide uses a subtle graphic border to add visual interest. The border is made up of small triangles, which are a symbol of progress and movement. This is appropriate for the ADDIE Method, as it is a sequential process.

Overall, the slide is well-designed and visually appealing. It effectively communicates the key information about the ADDIE Method in a clear and concise way.

Where to use such a slide?

This slide could be used in a variety of settings, such as:

  • Educational presentations: to introduce the ADDIE Method to students or teachers
  • Instructional design workshops: to provide participants with an overview of the ADDIE Method
  • Business presentations: to explain the ADDIE Method to clients or stakeholders
  • Training presentations: to teach employees about the ADDIE Method so that they can use it to develop their own training materials

This slide could be used as a stand-alone slide to provide a quick overview of the ADDIE Method, or it could be used as part of a larger presentation on instructional design. For example, a presenter could use this slide to introduce the ADDIE Method at the beginning of a presentation on how to develop an online course. Or,

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