Instructional Design has come a long way. From overhead projectors to powerpoint to the Metaverse. The goal is still the same, to create engaging materials that deliver effective training. At Atomic, we do just that.
If you’re a bit overwhelmed, that’s okay. It means you have put a lot of thought into what you are trying to accomplish. That’s why we start with a thorough discovery. Collecting every bit of information possible and understanding your goals and vision are the first part in creating a successful project.
Now let’s get to work …
ADDIE is generally considered a reference instructional design model and is the archetype for most other business models. Atomic incorporates ADDIE as well as other methodologies, including SAM and AGILE.
Each program is different and sometimes combining elements delivers the best training solution. ADDIE, for example, is made up of 5 components …
Figure out what’s needed. Identify what students already know and what they should know.
Come up with a plan for meeting these needs. These include but not limited to determining all the learning objectives, evaluation criteria and the tools to be used, lesson planning, content and media selection.
Create designed learning materials and activities based on the plan. During this phase the content is written, and audio and graphical materials are also produced.
Incorporate designed learning materials and activities into the learning environment.
Perform a formative and summative evaluation of content to determine overall effectiveness.
This is where the “Atomic Difference” comes into play. Our experiential approach delivers a transformative result that is self-sustaining. We have proven that if you “teach a student to think”, they can then make new decisions in the future, based on learned information.
Don’t be surprised when you see the resultant ROI on your bottom line. Call for a FREE CONSULTATION – today!
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