This is my final project for the Master of Arts in Learning & Emerging Technology
at SUNY Empire State College, New York
ADDIE model is applied in many Instructional designs. In the paper by Hugh
Seaton, Introducing ADDEDD (2018) proposes to make an update to the ADDIE model,
a new framework which, according to Seaton, adapts to new technologies. And,
because of the instructional design work it performs and the feedback received
by customers, the model proposes adding to ADDIE the words “Determine”; that
reflects the growing palette of media available to today’s designers, the goals
and tradeoffs and; "Deploy Deployment", that includes reviewing the
data – both the learner analytics and the program specifics.
Debbie Richards who worked with Seaton in his journal Seeing the Possibilities With Augmented Reality (2019), integrates the framework of the ADDEDD to extend the possibilities of the ADDIE model and thus adapt the framework with approaches and questions related to the work of implementing AR environments. This project applies a combination of the above methods while allowing for a flexible approach to integrating new tools into the process. This project is aimed at educators, who will learn these technologies through a an online course considered distance education and as a part of the ADDEDD framework, first is necessary to understand how to teach adults and how to design an online course.
project focuses on the creation of an online course to teach augmented reality
applications to educators who are seeking to incorporate AR as a teaching tool
in their curriculum. This includes creating AR applications for instructional
purposes that are easy to develop and simple to incorporate without needing to
know programming languages.
The literature review revealed that there are many studies showing the virtues of augmented reality, but a low percentage of these studies address instructional needs, whether for educators or instructional designers. However, some of the study findings may help educators or designers incorporate Augmented Reality into their programs.