Instructional Design by Employing the ADDIE Model to Enhance the Performance of Undergraduate Students

  • S. Gayosso Mexia
  • M. Alfaro Ponce
  • R. Franco Campos


The ADDIE Model establishes the improvement of classroom classes through the use of this instructional design, with the use of this model is intended to positively impact students' learning through the use of ICT; to make use of technological tools that allow, 1) motivation of students, 2) updating of teaching materials and contents of classes that are taught in the face-to-face system in universities. The ADDIE model is a flexible instructional model that allows the evaluation of its operation in any of its five stages that are Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation. This article presents an overview of the importance of the use of an instructional design that allows to achieve the mixed learning and that this also leads us to follow learning theories like constructivism and behaviorism.