Instructional Design Models

Instructional Design Models

Integrating technology into the teaching, learning, and training environments require careful planning. Without proper planning and attention to detail, the process of integrating and implementing technology-based learning will not succeed. Instructional design models like ADDIE, ASSURE, Dick and Carey, ARCS, etc. exemplifies proper planning. Following models like these can prevent problems in the future that lead to more productive and efficient learning. Please review literature that discusses the purpose, significance, and ideas related to instructional design models. From the literature, compare three different instructional design models by addressing: (a) similarities, (b) differences, and (c) whether one model is better to address a situation than another (e.g., is Kirkpatrick’s Four Level Evaluation Model better than ADDIE in the area of human resource training).