UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO
FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM

ED...
GAGNÉ'S HIERARCHY
OF LEARNING
1916 IN NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSET
DIED28TH APRIL 2002

AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST
RO...
GAGNE’S THEORETICAL BACKGROUND
• Robert Gagne is best known for his learning
outcomes, learning conditions, and his nine e...
GAGNE’S THEORETICAL ORIENTATION
• Gagne’s instructional theory (teacher-centered
approach)
• Practice, and immediate feedb...
GAGNE’S THEORETICAL ORIENTATION
• In his view, effective instruction must reach beyond
traditional learning theories (beha...
GAGNE´S TAXONOMY
• Gagne´s Taxonomy of Learning states that there are
five major categories of learning outcomes:
1. Verba...
2. INTELLECTUAL SKILLS
Knowing how to do something.

• Discrimination: Recognizing that two classes of things differ.
• Co...
3. COGNITIVE STRATEGIES
A manner in which learners guide their attending,
learning, remembering, and thinking.
4. ATTITUDES
An acquired internal state that influences the choice
of personal action toward some class of things,
persons...
5. MOTOR SKILLS
The ability to do precise, smooth, and accurately
timed performances with muscle movements.
9.-GAGNE, BRIGGS, & WAGER, 1988)
THIS THEORY OUTLINES NINE
INSTRUCTIONAL EVENTS AND
THEIR CORRESPONDING PROCESSES
10. THE NINE EVENTS OF INSTRUCTION EVENT OF
INSTRUCTION

• 1.-Gaining attention Giving learner

• 2.-Informing the learner...
• 3.-Stimulating recall of prior learning Asking for recall
of existing relevant knowledge

• 4. Presenting the stimulus D...
6. ELICITING PERFORMANCE ASKING
LEARNERS TO RESPOND, DEMONSTRATING
LEARNING
• 7.- Providing Feedback

• 8. Assessing perfo...
SOURCES
• http://itls.usu.edu/~mimi/courses/6260/theorists/gag
ne/biograph.htm
• http://www2.rgu.ac.uk/celt/pgcerttlt/how/...
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Psychology gadnes exposition!

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD TÉCNICA DE AMBATO FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS HUMANAS Y DE LA EDUCACIÓN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTEGRANTS: ALEXANDRA MUÑOZ ANABEL POAQUIZA JESSICA TASINCHANA
  2. 2. GAGNÉ'S HIERARCHY OF LEARNING 1916 IN NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSET DIED28TH APRIL 2002 AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST ROBERT M. GAGNÉ
  3. 3. GAGNE’S THEORETICAL BACKGROUND • Robert Gagne is best known for his learning outcomes, learning conditions, and his nine events of instruction. • Gagne’s theories have been applied to the design of instruction in several domains…. • Gagne’s theory should be classified as instructional theory as opposed to a learning theory….
  4. 4. GAGNE’S THEORETICAL ORIENTATION • Gagne’s instructional theory (teacher-centered approach) • Practice, and immediate feedback are effective.
  5. 5. GAGNE’S THEORETICAL ORIENTATION • In his view, effective instruction must reach beyond traditional learning theories (behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism) and provide support to transition from simple to complex skills, thus using an hierarchical model for learning.
  6. 6. GAGNE´S TAXONOMY • Gagne´s Taxonomy of Learning states that there are five major categories of learning outcomes: 1. Verbal information: reciting something from memory. Memorize specified items.
  7. 7. 2. INTELLECTUAL SKILLS Knowing how to do something. • Discrimination: Recognizing that two classes of things differ. • Concrete concept: Classifying things by their physical features alone. • Defined concept: Classifying things by their abstract (and possibly physical) features. • Rule: Applying a simple procedure to solve a problem or accomplish a task. • Higher-order rule: Applying a complex procedure (or multiple simple procedures) to solve a problem or accomplish a task.
  8. 8. 3. COGNITIVE STRATEGIES A manner in which learners guide their attending, learning, remembering, and thinking.
  9. 9. 4. ATTITUDES An acquired internal state that influences the choice of personal action toward some class of things, persons, or events.
  10. 10. 5. MOTOR SKILLS The ability to do precise, smooth, and accurately timed performances with muscle movements.
  11. 11. 9.-GAGNE, BRIGGS, & WAGER, 1988) THIS THEORY OUTLINES NINE INSTRUCTIONAL EVENTS AND THEIR CORRESPONDING PROCESSES
  12. 12. 10. THE NINE EVENTS OF INSTRUCTION EVENT OF INSTRUCTION • 1.-Gaining attention Giving learner • 2.-Informing the learner of the objective Telling learner what they will be able to do for the instruction
  13. 13. • 3.-Stimulating recall of prior learning Asking for recall of existing relevant knowledge • 4. Presenting the stimulus Displaying the content • 5.-Organization and relevance to enhance understanding Learning Process Attention
  14. 14. 6. ELICITING PERFORMANCE ASKING LEARNERS TO RESPOND, DEMONSTRATING LEARNING • 7.- Providing Feedback • 8. Assessing performance Providing feedback to learners' more performance for reinforcement • 9.-Enhancing retention and transfer Providing diverse practice
  15. 15. SOURCES • http://itls.usu.edu/~mimi/courses/6260/theorists/gag ne/biograph.htm • http://www2.rgu.ac.uk/celt/pgcerttlt/how/how4a.h tm

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