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Instructional design models are frameworks to help you create quality training. In this course, author and instructional design expert Shea Hanson explores some of the most salient models of instructional design: ADDIE, SAM, Rapid Prototyping, and Gradual Release. Watch scenarios that show how each model performs in action in the workplace, which Shea follows with an examination of its pros and cons. She also provides some helpful resources that will lead to your next step.
Hi, I'm Shea Hanson, and welcome to Instructional Design Essentials, Models of Instructional Design. Instructional Design models are frameworks for creating quality training, and in this course, we'll explore some of the common models. We'll take a look at the ADDIE model, the Successive Approximation Model known as SAM, Rapid Prototyping, and the Gradual Release Model. Then we'll explore scenarios of how the models can be used to create training in the workplace.
Finally, I'll walk through the pros and cons of each model. Now let's get started with Models of Instructional Design.
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