Course Project: The ADDIE Model – Implementation
Throughout this course, we evaluate how the ADDIE model—analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation—can be applied to instructional design. Each week, a relevant document is created for a specific problem of interest. This week’s focus includes a larger view of instructional design project management.
Week 4 Instructions:
This week, you will take a break from completing the design template. Instead, your deliverable will be a project schedule and staffing budget estimate for the analysis, design, development, and implementation stages of your instructional design.
- Using the Course Planning and Budget Template, begin by completing the basic information (e.g., course code, course description, etc.) and writing a 1 paragraph summary of the most important things you’ve learned about instructional design to this point in the process (i.e., from weeks 1 – 3 work). Your course title and description may continue to show development from your previous submissions.
- Then, create a tentative project schedule (table in the Course Planning and Budget Template), detailing a project timeline (spread over two months), tasks, and responsibility list. The course text provides a sample table. Additionally, provide a brief analysis of the three most important things you learned as you completed the project schedule.
- Then, create a staffing budget estimate for your project. Complete the table with a column for dates, task descriptions, and personnel roles (project manager, instructional designer, graphic/media designer, web/technical expert, subject matter expert, etc.). Include analyze, design, develop, and implementation stages in your budget, generating a reasonable budget estimate based on current hourly rates and total expected hours. Additionally, provide a brief analysis of the three most important things you learned as you completed the staffing budget estimate.
To support your work, use your course and textbook readings and also use the South University Online Library. As in all assignments, cite your sources in your work and provide references for the citations in APA format.
- Submit the Course Planning and Budget Template.
- Use APA format for narrative sections.
- Name the document SU_INS7200_W4_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.
Supplemental Instructions (review the instructions and rubric in the course for more information):
Although the text and lectures suggest that the instructional designer may be responsible for course promotion, project schedule, and budget creation, as a faculty member, you will mostly likely not have a significant role in those tasks within higher education. However, some familiarity with those processes will enhance your competency as an instructional designer, especially within organizational contexts. Accordingly, this document is a sample planning and budget document. Institutions may use various forms of this document, which may often be separated into two distinct documents.
· Complete the basic information (e.g., course code, title, description, etc.) in the first table. You may continue to show development in your thinking on some of those items (e.g., title, description).
· Provide a one paragraph summary of most important things you have learned about instructional design during the first 3 weeks of the course project. Provide citations as helpful to support your perspective.
· Create the Project Schedule using the provided table. The text book also has a sample table.
· Provide a brief summary of three most important things you learned while completing the project schedule. Provide citations as helpful to support your perspective.
· Create the Staffing Budget Estimate using the provided table. The textbook also has a sample table.
· Provide a brief summary of the three most important things you learned while completing the staffing budget estimate. Provide citations as helpful to support your perspective.
· Complete the references at the end of the document for any citations used during your narrative summaries.
( Course Planning and Budget Template. W4 )
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|Instructional Designer||Complete This|
|Course Code:||Complete This|
|Course Title:||Complete This|
|Course Description:||Complete This|
Complete This. Provide a one paragraph summary detailing the most important things you’ve learned about instructional design to this point in the process (i.e., from your week 1 – 3 work).
|Project ScheduleThe project must be completed within a two month period.Starting Date: complete this Projected Completion Date: complete thisThe plan for the work and milestones are shown in the following timeline:Complete the columns and rows below. Add more rows as needed. Based upon the analysis, design, and development work that you completed during the first three weeks of the course project, break the instructional design work into a series of workflow tasks, expected dates of completion for each task, and who is responsible for each task. Also anticipate any remaining tasks to implement your curriculum (i.e., make it student ready). A sample table is provided in the course text (although, the sample table does not include a column for responsibility. It does have responsible persons in parenthesis at different points. However, a typical project management sheet would have a separate column/area for responsibility. Making those distinctions in this table will help you in the budget table below).|
|Dates:||Tasks:||Responsibilities: (who is responsible for tasks)|
Complete This. Propose the 3 most important things you learned while constructing the project schedule.
|Staffing Budget EstimateBased on the project schedule you detailed in the previous table, construct a staffing budget by completing the rows and columns below. Add more rows as needed. A sample table is provided in the course text.|
|Dates:||Tasks Description:||Project Manager:||Instructional Designer:||Subject Matter Expert (SME)||Graphic/Media Designer:||Web/Technical Expert:|
|X Hourly Rate||$||$||$||$||$|
|Total Project Cost||$|
Complete This. Propose the 3 most important things you learned while constructing staffing budget estimate.
Complete This. Provide references for cited material used in your narrative sections above.