9 events of instruction (Gagné)

Robert Gagné outlines 9 events of instruction which can be used to design learning materials and activities or as a checklist. According to Gagné, when these steps are present and completed, learning is more likely to occur.

  1. Gaining Attention
  2. Informing Learners of the Objective
  3. Stimulating Recall of Prior Learning
  4. Presenting the Stimulus (Selective Perception)
  5. Providing Learning Guidance (Semantic Encoding)
  6. Eliciting Performance (Responding)
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