Analysis is the process used to identify critical tasks and identify the standards, conditions, performance measures and other criteria needed to perform each task.
In the design phase, the instructional designer selects the instructional methods and media, and determines the instructional strategies. In this phase, the instructional designers also develop learning objectives and test items, as well as design the instruction.
lesson materials, unit exercises, drills, and other instructional materials for both the student and the instructor are developed. Media is produced, if the media selected in the design phase included items such as video tapes, sound/slides, multimedia, training devices, and training equipment.
In this phase, the instructional system is fielded; first for internal feedback; then for external (customer) feedback
Evaluation is a continuous process that starts during the analysis phase and continues throughout the development and life cycle of the instructional system. Feedback from the evaluation process is used to modify the training program as necessary.
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