Dr. Richard Sites, co-author of Leaving ADDIE for SAM and Angel Green, Senior Instructional Strategist at Allen Interactions Present An interactive discussion about why the l/d profession is Leaving Addie for SAm
Analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE) are all important steps in the design of effective e-learning applications or any learning program. While there have been many adaptations of ADDIE, many of them were made before we had today's tools, challenges, and opportunities. As is being realized by the software industry with Agile, more radical process changes are now both needed and possible. Meet SAM (Successive Approximation Model). The benefits: More efficient and effective processes and superior learning experiences in less time.
The traditional instructional design process, ADDIE, is past its prime. It was developed long before Agile and other iterative processes that have introduced greater efficiencies in design and development, fostered more creativitity, and addressed effective stakeholder involvement. Leaving ADDIE for SAM introduces two new concepts, SAM (the Successive Approximation Model) and the Savvy Start. Together, they incorporate contemporary design and development processes that reduce the complexity of instructional design and development, yielding more energetic and effective learning experiences.
In this session, Dr. Richard Sites, co-author of Leaving ADDIE for SAM and Angel Green, Senior Instructional Strategist at Allen Interactions addresses the power of an iterative instructional design process, how product and process are tightly linked, and the basic challenges that face the modern day instructional designer. With key insights from their years of experience building and designing technology-based instructional products, Richard and Angel discuss key strategies to overcome design and project hurdles through an iterative process.
Working alongside Dr. Michael Allen, Allen Interactions’ founder, Richard has co-authored “Leaving ADDIE for SAM,” published by ASTD Press in September 2012. He has also supported the writing of three other books, the design of ASTD’s Advanced e-Learning Certification course, spoken at various national and regional conferences and contributes to the company’s marketing messaging. Richard takes a lead role in promoting the company’s instructional philosophy and vision. Richard earned a Doctorate of Education in Curriculum & Instruction, specializing in Instructional Technology, from the University of West Florida. His doctoral research focused on the design of a model for scaffolding in a web-based performance support system. Richard also earned a Masters of Education and a Bachelors of Business Administration.
Angel s a contributor to the Allen Interactions thought leadership blog and newly developed video blog. She leads the company's Instructional Design Guild and has shared her insight on designing and implementing successful learning programs through webinars, case studies and conference sessions. Several courses designed by Angel have received industry recognition, including a 2011 Steevie and Omni award. Angel earned both a Master of Science in Interactive and New Communication Technologies and a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Florida State University. An accomplished speaker, Angel has held positions as an adjunct instructor of public speaking and is past president of a Toastmasters International chapter.
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