ADDIE

AcronymDefinition
ADDIEAnalysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (Instructional Systems Development process model)
ADDIEAdaptive Digital Element
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But Addie is angry with herself about her decision to cut off communication with Dwight.
So who could be afraid of Addie, tottering on top of a stepladder while painting the Ricebag (Reichstag) instead of thundering fromaNuremburg platform?
Readers may have to suspend dis-belief at some of Addie's actions (e.g., she rallies an entire community to march to a jailhouse to protect her uncle), and they may have to be patient if the plot seems familiar.
Addie maneuvered the car to the shoulder of the highway, facing the wrong direction.
We're going to have Addie step in and be a libero (defensive specialist) for us.
Demobbed in 1946, within two days Addie was back playing shinty for the Lovat team at the Glenurquhart Highland Games.
The adolescent psychiatric ward at Seattle Regional Hospital isn't exactly the ideal place to meet your soul mate, but when Addie meets Fitz, they immediately connect over their shared love of words, appreciate each other's quick wit, and wish they could both make more sense of their lives.
So much more than a romance, this beautifully crafted novel not only tells the stories of Addie and Fitz but also illumines their struggles in layered metaphorical language.
Craig Addie, 30, had been charged with bursting into the flat while hunting Danielle McClurg.
Addie Mitchell, clinical nurse specialist at the charity Breast Cancer Care, said: "Uptake of routine screening invitations in England has been gradually slipping yearon-year.
Rising seventh-grader Cassie is looking forward to a summer of competitive swimming and hanging by the pool with her best friends--away from her 17-year-old sister, Julia, who's a new mom to 6-month-old Addie. Ever since Addie arrived, Cassie's life has been put on the back burner, and she longs for the closeness she and Julia shared before Addie was born.
Through a literary conversation with a modernist novel Robinson removes arguments over democracy from the current "media-saturated" culture ("A Conversation"), but Lila Dahl's rebuttal to Faulkner's Addie Bundren is framed for a modern readership.