Travis Jordan
Apr 22, 2017

Preferred ID Model?

5 comments

What are your favorite instructional design models?

michael.j.a.lewis
May 17, 2017

How about starting with your own? My preference is the AGILE, SAM (if time is of concern) and ADDIE (M) if I have the luxury of time. How about you?

Travis Jordan
May 20, 2017

I like the approach. I generally use ADDIE/SAM hybrid model as well.

salmaelsuni16
Oct 20, 2017

ADDIE , DICK AND CAREY

vinay.kp06
Jul 18, 2018

Hi Jordon, please tell us about the preferred ID Models of certain renowned universities in USA, UK, Australia, Greece, France.

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