One of the most fundamental tools and instructional designer uses is a systematic approach to designing instruction. Previous videos shared on the Dojo have described the general phases of this process, which are encapsulated in the ADDIE Process. In this new video, we provide a basic overview of the general ADDIE Process and then describe a specific process called The Systematic Design of Instruction, commonly known as the Dick and Carey Model. Again, it is a basic overview, but it gives a good description of what the instructional design process is and how it is used by instructional designers. We hope it is helpful!
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