Instructional Design Templates


All the worksheets needed for your instructional design needs.


From project intake to implementation, the playbook will take you there. The workbook uses alternate pages. Odd pages help you complete the workbook; even pages are for you to complete. This workbook includes additional worksheets that aren’t available in the standalone templates.

Organizational Analysis: Not every request is a course and not every course will solve a gap. The analysis walks through common questions to determine if other interventions are needed (e.g., job aids, mentoring, coaching, whole organization communications.)

Priority Matrix: Consistency is key when determining the project priority. This worksheet lets you create realistic priorities based on the organization’s vision and metrics and take leadership’s pet projects.

RACI Matrix: Document who is responsible, accountable, consulted or informed during the project.

ADDIE Matrix: Document each phase’s task-specific and plan your next steps.

Terminal Objectives: These objectives document the task, the conditions to perform the task, and the standards. These objectives describe the results.

Enabling Objectives: These outline the steps or sub-skill of the objective and should cover all the skills in a terminal objective.

Test Specifications: Plan your assessment using your terminal goals and Bloom’s taxonomy.

Answer Specification: Document the more appropriate answers for the tests.

Course Outline: Plan your outline for the course.

Pre-Instructional Activities and ARCS: Discover how to gain attention, make the course relevant, build confidence, and improve the satisfaction of the course.

Content Presentation: Document the outcomes for the course, supplement assets, learner participation, and learner practice activities.

Post Content Presentation: Plan what happens after the course to improve retention.

Microcourse Mapper: Used to plan out the content, type, implementation, and evaluation of a microcourse.

Interaction Mapper: Used to plan the correct, incorrect, and hint states.

Metrics: Document the course and learner metrics and tie to performance.


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