Is ADDIE dead? And what is next? SAM, RPD?
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
12 noon – 1pm
Presented by: Robyn A. Defelice, DishingDesign.com
SAM, RPD, Agile - these are just a few of the systematic approaches that have been touted in recent years as an alternative to ADDIE for developing instructional materials. But, have they replaced ADDIE?
Our industry has, in recent years, begun to question the relevancy of ADDIE and if it’s time to retire this out-of-date method for addressing the creation of learning. This session takes a look at ADDIE from a practitioner perspective along with several of the newer approaches to ISD.
Active discussion will provide perspective on the relevancy of each method for addressing learning problems and project management factors.
About Robyn A. Defelice, MSIT:
Currently attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) for her Ph.D. in Communication Media and Instructional Technology, Robyn is in the process of executing her research for her dissertation; Problem-Solving Styles of Instructional Design Students in Multiple Learning Environments. She is also a faculty member at LaSalle University in their Instructional Technology Management program and an instructor and the Internship Coordinator for the Masters of Instructional Technology (MSIT) program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (BUP).
Robyn also continues to consult with her various clients on educational, training, and project management needs. Robyn performs work in the major pharmaceutical, healthcare, and insurance sectors, building a portfolio of clients that include Geisinger Health System, CIGNA,
and UL EduNeering.
Robyn is a member of ASTD and has been published in ASTD’s
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