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August 16, 2018
There’s been many attempts to apply Design Thinking to Instructional Design. They fail when they try to force fit Design Thinking concepts into the ADDIE process or visa versa.  The front-end of ADDIE (analysis and design) is where Design Thinking is most useful. It can help to break through listless approaches to learning design and...
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