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Watershed's BALDDIE instructional design method combines elements of popular learning measurement models, such as ADDIE and action mapping.
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Training needs analysis helps ensure training not only meets learners’ and organizational needs, but also remains relevant, current, and comprehensive.
Action mapping is an instructional design method that’s meant to streamline and simplify the both design and learning evaluation process.
The ADDIE instructional design model is to learning design as Kirkpatrick is to learning evaluation. Find out more about this training design method.
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