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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Robert Gagne was an experimental psychologist who was concerned with learning the information-processing view of learning and memory Gagne's Theory 5DOMAINS Naming 3 branches of government, describing rules of a card game 9 Events ofLearning INTELLECTUAL SKILLSUsing discrimination's,concepts and rules to solve problems applying a rule to determinesomething like calculating the distance it will take a car to stop MOTOR SKILLSExecuting body movements in a coordinated fashion Writing your name with a pen, Playing catch with a baseball ATTITUDEChoices we make to behave in certain ways VERBAL INFORMATIONStating facts, nameslabels, or describingorganized bodies of knowledge Choosing to follow proper table manners when eatingwith other people COGNITIVE STRATEGYUsing ways to control ones thinking andlearning process Deciding how to goabout learning a longlist of items 1.)GAIN LEARNERS ATTENTION (RECEPTION) 2.) INFORM LEARNERSOF OBJECTIVE(EXPECTANCY) 3.) STIMULATE RECALL OF PRIOR KNOWLEDGE (RETRIEVAL) 4.) PRESENT STIMULUS FOR LEARNING (SELECTIVE PERSEPTION) 5.) PROVIDE GUIDANCE(SEMANTIC CODING) 6.) ELICITING PRACTICE(RESPONDING) 7.) PROVIDE FEEDBACK(REINFORCEMENT) 8.) ASSESS THEPERFORMANCE (RETRIEVAL) 9.) PROMOTE TRANSFER AND RETENTION(GENERALIZATION) Raising volume of voice, showing short video introducingtopic Explain to the students what they will learn by the end of the lesson Review what thestudents havepreviously learned and apply it to what theyare learning now Use a variety ofdifferent media andstyles (visual cues,verbal instruction) Include examples(graphics, examples,storytelling, casestudies) Ask to demonstrate if it is a new skill/ askquestions/do an activity using new info Do an activity that provides practice and walk around andcomment on what they have done Tests, quizzes, essays Provide opportunitesfor students to use new information regularly (review games,practice runs) Robert Gagne wasan experimentalpsychologist who classified the stepsof learning in 5 categories of learning outcomes and nineevents of instruction
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