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Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction Assignment

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    Michelle R.
    US
    Michelle R.

    These steps could be incorporated into a checklist as part of an overall planning strategy for adult online learning.

    Taaha S.
    IN
    Taaha S.

    I just feel that Gagne's model is way too complicated. I bet 9 out of 10 times the ID will be choose his common sense over applying Gagne's model as the latter is rather time consuming.

    April W.
    US
    April W.

    Gain Attention: Present purpose and expected outcomes, i.e., "you will have learned how to...", to student in introduction; Inform Learner: Delve into course content, expected outcomes, and applicability of what's learned, in addition to "how to use this course"; Stimulate Recall: use previous learning as examples for recall utilizing graphics, key words and phrases/interactives; Present content/Guide Learning: Use of images/graphics, and interactive scenarios to engage the student in the learning activity; Elicit Performance: include challenge questions to ensure what has been learned is retained by the student using real-life scenarios; Provide Feedback: Incorporate the use of challenge questions in the form of multiple choice to assess what the student has learned; Enhance Retention: Provide accessible desk reference via "Available Resources" tab, and encourage feedback at the end of course.

    NURUL HUDA S.
    IN
    NURUL HUDA S.

    The events will be supervised by using all 9 events and also the material or the instructions will be targeted towards the specific group effectively

    Omar M.
    EG
    Omar M.

    it will be very helpful

    Renaldi W.
    ID
    Renaldi W.

    The most important in Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction is the first session. Because you should make participant training aware How important this training? why they must proactive in this training. Remember adults want to learn if the topic usable in their life.

    Jay D.
    US
    Jay D.

    We use the 9 events to look at all area's of course writing or even creation. Helps our school stay on task.

    Rekha V.
    IN
    Rekha V.

    Gain Attention: Did You Know (DYK) snippets or a task that highlights the 'What's In It For Me? (WIIFM?)' of the course Provide Learning Objectives: Add this content in the course introduction and course objective page Stimulate recall prior learning/skills: Provide a pre-assessment or use examples that show a link between prior knowledge and new knowledge. Present content: content chunking and presentation including interactive strategies, roleplaying, or scenario building. Elicit Performance: Assess learner's understanding with checkpoints or activities that highlight use of these skills. Provide feedback: Provide feedback on learner's activity. Assess Performance and course evaluation: This includes enabling the learner to apply the new skills in the real work environment. Course evaluation includes summative and formative evaluation.

    Julie P.
    US
    Julie P.

    By utilizing the 9 steps you are able to create a repeatable process with each and every training with the content only being the 1 true thing that changes.

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