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  1. 1. LEARNING: THEORIES AND PROGRAM DESIGN Varun Srivastava & Shashank Malviya (13BSP0902) (13BSP0737) IBS Pune
  2. 2. Introduction LEARNING is a relatively permanent change in human capabilities that is not a result of growth processes.
  3. 3. Five Types of Learner Outcomes Verbal Information Motor Skills Intellectual Skills Attitudes Cognitive Strategies
  4. 4. Learning Theories Reinforcement Theory Need Theory Social Learning Theory Expectancy Theory Goal Theory Adult Learning Theory Information Processing Theory
  5. 5. • It was developed out of a need for a specific theory of how adults learn. • Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching children, dominated educational theory. • Andragogy is the theory of adult learning.
  6. 6. Processes of Learning Expectancy Perception Working Storage Semantic Encoding Long-Term Storage Retrieval Generalizing Gratifying
  7. 7. The Learning Cycle FOUR STAGES OF LEARNING Concrete Experience Reflective Observation Abstract Conceptualization Active Experimentation
  8. 8. Age Influences on Learning FOUR GENERATIONS OF EMPLOYESS
  9. 9. a) Details to be considered in the training room: Noise Colors Room Structure Lighting Wall and floor covering Meeting room chairs Glare Ceiling Electrical outlets Acoustics
  10. 10. b)     Seating arrangements Fan-Type Seating Classroom-Type Seating Conference-Type Seating Horseshoe Arrangement
  11. 11. • Program design – refers to the organization and coordination of the training program. • Effective program design includes: • Course Parameters – refer to general information about the training program including the course title, description of the audience, statement of purpose, goals of the course, location, time, prerequisites, and name of the trainer. • Objectives • Types of Objectives 1) Program Objectives – are broad summary statements of the purpose of the program. 2) Course Objectives or Lesson Objectives – relate to goals of the course or the lesson.
  12. 12. • Effective program design includes: • The Detailed Lesson Plan – translates the content and sequence of training activities into a guide that is used by the trainer to help deliver the training. • Lesson Plan Overview – matches major activities of the training program and specific time or time intervals.

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