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Presentationgagne

  1. 1. Examination of entry level skills during WW11 Applicants were pre screen for characteristics which would commonly result in success as fighter pilots.
  2. 2. Conditions for learning Gagne’ 1965 Domains of learning outcomes: Verbal information Intellectual skills
  3. 3. Gagne’ 1960-1992 Intellectual skill domain have a hierarchical relationship to each other. Simple to complex Subordinate prior to superordinate
  4. 4. Cognitive psychology in the 1980 had little effect on instructional design
  5. 5. Paraphrased statement Many activities are acquired without instruction and some acquire with self learning but instructions for most practical and purposeful activities require instruction.
  6. 6. Gagne’ theory of instruction is how can learning be systematically related to the design of instruction
  7. 7. Three components 1. Taxonomy of learning outcome that define the types of capabilities in which humans can learn.
  8. 8. 2. Internal and external outcomes learning conditions associated with the acquisition of each categrouy of learning outcomes
  9. 9. 3. Nine events of instructions that each facilitate a specific cognitive process during learning
  10. 10. Five major categories of learning 1. Verbal info 2. Intellectual skill applying knowledge 3. Cognitive strategies-ways of thinking and learning 4. Attitudes-felling and beliefs 5. Motor skills
  11. 11. The nine events of instruction is formal menu of instructional design
  12. 12. Instructional Design and developmental activities Relationship between external and internal activities in the event of instruction. Relativist belief that reality can only be inferred by consensus
  13. 13. Varying instructional strategies based on the type of learning task Problem centered whole task instruction Design based on a description of key problems All require getting the students attention.
  14. 14. Motivation to learn to work self motivation Influences on effort, performance and satisfaction. Motivation is an element of initiating behavior

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