On April 18th, 2013 the Istanbul Instructors’ Network will have our third meeting and speaker in KURUÇEŞME at İncirli Şaraphane (just across from Galatasaray Island and near the first bridge and Robert College/Boğaziçi University). 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Here’s a review: http://www.timeoutistanbul.com/en/fooddrink/venue/10684/%C4%B0ncirli-%C5%9Earaphane
Topic: Using the ADDIE Model of Instructional Design; A Structured Improvisation
Have you ever been tasked with designing a curriculum? After the initial panic dissipates, many instructors find themselves wondering if there is a “map” that could make the journey easier. One such “map” is the ADDIE (Analysis-Design-Development-Implementation-Evaluation) model of instructional design.
Although most frequently used in skills-based organizational development curriculum planning, the ADDIE model is a valuable tool for any instructional designer, whether current, hypothetical or hopeful.
In this interactive session, the phases of the ADDIE model will be introduced in a clear and concise manner and the presenter will share both best practice overviews and useful tips and tools for each phase. Additionally, participants will be asked to share their personal best practices and experiences in each phase.
Bio:Jennie Toner Algin, M.Ed.
Jennie has lived and worked in Istanbul, Turkey since 2009. She is a university instructor and instructional designer. She has also worked in the education sector in Ecuador, Japan and Cambodia. In her most recent past life she worked in training and human resource development for corporate America in a diverse range of industries including health insurance, logistics, sales and customer service, until she escaped in January 2009 to work her way around the world. She ended up in Istanbul and has been exploring the world from her new home ever since.