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Instructional Design is a systematic set of learning and teaching activities that are  performed for development of  courseware and educational programs to meet the needs of different types of learners. A systems approach is critical to successful development of all instructional programs. This means that accuracy of each phase of the process is dependent on the previous and subsequent. Therefore errors in any phase can seriously affect  completion of the project. Ultimately, the primary goal of instructional design is to create learning systems and solutions which will produce meaningful learning for all users.  We design, develop, and deliver  learning experiences that are based on instructional models and theories such as Instructional Systems Design ( ISD), Andragory ( adult learning) Dick and Carey, ADDIE, and Blooms Taxonomy. However among these, the most referenced, critiqued, and implemented is the ADDIE model.

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