Another ID model to consider is the Dick, Carey, and Carey model.
Like ADDIE, instruction is broken down into segments.
- Identify Instructional Goals
- Conduct Instructional Analysis
- Analyze Learners and Contexts
- Write Performance Objectives
- Develop Assessment Instruments
- Develop Instructional Strategy
- Develop and Select Instructional Materials
- Design and Conduct Formative Evaluation of Instruction
- Revise Instruction
- Design and Conduct Summative Evaluation
(Dick, Carey, & Carey, 2009).
Though there are more steps than the ADDIE model, there are several similarities. The learning object creator will need to determine what new information and skills need to be learned (instructional goals). What should the learner be able to do after the instruction (performance objectives)? Learning styles need to be considered (Analysis of learners). How will you measure what learners have learned? (develop assessment instruments). What content, demonstrations, practice activities, format and delivery method will the learning object include (strategy and materials)?
There should evaluation along the way (formative) as well as a more final one (summative). Revision of the instruction via the LO should be revised as necessary. A diagram of this model can be seen below