Read about Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction at Learning Solutions

In a recent article at Learning Solutions magazine, staff writer Pamela S. Hogle discusses educational psychologist Robert Gagné’s theories of learning and instructional design. The feature is titled, “Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction Offer a Blueprint for eLearning Design.”

Hogle writes, “Educational psychologist Robert Gagné’s theories of learning and instructional design are renowned for their broad applicability. His most famous work, Conditions of Learning… introduces Gagné’s nine events of instruction… Instructional designers can use the nine events as a scaffold to guide their planning. Here’s how it could work.”

In the article, Hogel explains each of the events and how instructional designers can use the nine events as a scaffold to guide their planning.

Read the article at: Learning Solutions