ADDIE is one of the most common ID models. Addie is an acronym for analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate. Its 5 steps are easy to implement and can be adapted to most situations.
Analyze - Conduct needs analysis, analyze who the learners are and the context they will learn in
Design - Establish objectives, determine best method of instructional delivery
Develop - in this phase the instruction is actually created along with associated materials
Implement - Instruction is delivered to learners and instructors for use
Evaluate - Determine if objectives were met and plan for future revisions
As a utilized adaptation to the ADDIE model, the Rapid Prototyping model emphasizes that through an iterative process the
verification of the design documents saves time and money by catching problems while they are still easy to fix.
It typically has several steps merged together to streamline the process.