Adjusting the ADDIE model of instructional design specifically to accommodate trauma offers an opportunity to address the collective challenges that designers, instructors, and learners have faced during the current learning moment.
Ali Carr-Chellman is Dean of the School of Health and Human Sciences and Professor of Teacher Education at the University of Dayton. Her scholarship ranges from leadership, systems theory, gaming and gender, educational technology, instructional design and school change. She teaches courses in diffusion of innovations, systems change, and leadership. Ali is part of a 5 Flyer Family with all three of her children attending UD and her husband serving as faculty and chair for Educational Administration.