The Conditions of Learning: Training applications
Applies the theoretical concepts from Gagne's THE CONDITIONS OF LEARNING AND THEORY OF INSTRUCTION, FOURTH EDITION, to workplace training. Advocates nine events of instruction that should be employed in every complete act of learning. Provides a strong theoretical and research emphasis. Case studies have been selected from real-world military, government, and private sector settings. The most recent research and references in the field are cited.
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The Context of Training
Some Learning Prototypes
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