The conditions of learning
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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WHAT IS LEARNEDVARIETIES
THE EVENTS OF LEARNING
BASIC FORMS OF LEARNING
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able acquired activities attitudes basic behavior called Chapter child cognitive strategies complex components concept learning concrete concepts conditions of learning course cues defined concept described discrimination learning discriminations educational effective encoding established events of learning example external conditions external events facts feedback Figure function Gagne higher-order rule human model human tasks identify important individual information-processing instructional design intellectual skills internal processes involved kinds of learning labels learned capabilities learning conditions learning hierarchy learning outcomes learning situation long-term memory means motivation motor learning motor performance motor skills newly learned objects occur oral organized part-skills personal action practice prerequisites presented previously learned printed problem solving procedure propositions recall reinforcement require response retrieval selective perception sentence short-term memory signal learning specific stimulus situation theory tion transfer of learning unconditioned stimulus variety verb verbal chain verbal information verbal instructions verbal statement words