• Theory of Cognitive and Behaviorism
    Conditions of Learning (Robert Gagne) Overview: This theory stipulates that there are several different types or levels of learning. The significance of these classifications is that each different type requires different types of instruction. Gagne identifies five major categories of learning...
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  • Assessemt in Learning
    . Providing feedback (reinforcement) – Positive informal feedback within group session. Peer to peer support allows for any rectification in term description, annotation as a ‘learning experience’ rather than learner categorisation. 8. Assessing performance (retrieval) – oral questioning, the...
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  • Motivation
    ........................................................................170 Table 8: Correlation (p value) Among Four Types of Motivation for Study 1 .................171 Table 9: Demographics and the Nature of Motivation for Study 1 ...................................172 Table 10: Effects of Performance...
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  • Learning Theories
    LEARNING THEORIES - COGNITIVE LEARNING THEORIES 8. Ormrod, J. E. 2006. Educational psychology developing learners. 5th ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 9. Santrock, J. W. 2008. Educational psychology. 3rd ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill. 10. Tan O. S., Parsons, R. D., Hinson, S. L. & Sardo-Brown, D. 2003...
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  • Dtlls Doc
    distinctive routes. Due to the fact the military is an autocratic society and to the nature of its training and learning it could be perceived that Soldiers are treated Neo–behaviourists and certainly a lot of military training would fit the Gagné (1975) eight types of learning. This is true for some of...
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  • Advances in Physical Security
    , also known as barb wire, is a type of fencing wire constructed with sharp edges or points arranged at intervals along the strand(s). It is used to construct inexpensive fences and is used atop walls surrounding secured property Razor Wire: As a new kind protective screening, Razor...
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  • A Chinese–Canadian Cross-Cultural Investigation of Transformational Leadership, Autonomous Motivation, and Collectivistic Value
    Record - Feb 5, 2013 OnlineFirst Version of Record - Nov 27, 2012 What is This? Downloaded from jlo.sagepub.com by guest on April 8, 2013 iesWang and Gagné 895 JLO20110.1177/1548051812465895Journal v A Chinese–Canadian Cross-Cultural Investigation of Transformational Leadership...
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  • Teaching Machines 50 Years on
    LIMITATION WITHIN LEARNING THEORY When aligning ICT usage to learning theory, two distinctive categories of limitation arise. The first category could be classified as a limitation that can be addressed through reorientation of use, or through further development of hardware or software. The second...
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  • Undergrad Thesis: Level of Desirability among Teaching Strategies (Unfinished)
    proposed by Skinner (1953) and GagnE (1985). Behavioral Learning theory Skinner, renowned as a behaviorist, based his theory on functionalism. Functionalists valued the use of consciousness and behavior in adjusting to the environment. These fundamentalists based their theory on Darwin’s...
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  • Educational Psychology
    adequate given a certain aptitude. Models of instructional design in education field are predicated upon the seminal principles of Robert Gagné that (a) learning can be classified into categories that require similar cognitive activities for learning (Gagné termed these internal conditions of learning...
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  • Saca
    (Gagné et al., 1992) as follows: External: |  Internal: | Gain attention | Reception | Tell learners the objective | Expectancy | Stimulate recall of prior learning | Retrieval to working memory | Present stimulus with distinctive features, that is, tell or show the students what they are to...
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  • Student
    , Canada, H3G 1M8. E-mail: mgagne@jmsb.concordia.ca Copyright # 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Received 23 October 2003 Revised 2 June 2004 Accepted 8 January 2005 332 ´ M. GAGNE AND E. L. DECI 1974). However, one strand of research concerning the additivity of intrinsic and extrinsic...
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  • Motivation
    allowing employees to act from the underlying self (Deci and Ryan ´ 2000; Gagne and Deci 2005). However, the three types of need satisfaction may work in slightly different ways (e.g., Deci and Ryan 2000; Van den Broeck et al. 2008a). Satisfaction of the need for competence is important for all forms...
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  • Learning and It's Assessments
    Theory and Tuckman’s Theory of group development. It is not possible to discuss every theory related to the principles of learning, so in this assignment I will outline three principles and how they relate to my subject area and teaching. I will also look at different types of assessment methods...
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  • Theo 104
    . Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company. Elias, J. L., & Merriam, S. B. (2005). Philosophical foundations of adult education (3rd ed.). Malabar. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Company. Gagne, R. M. (1972). Domains of learning. Interchange, 1-8. Gagne, R. M. (1985). The conditions of learning (4th ed...
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  • Leadership in Organizational Knowledge Creation: a Review and Framework
    , forums, meetings n/a (Learning communities) (Informal networks) n/a S, E S, E, C, I S, E, C, I S, E, C, I S, E, C, I E, C S, E, C, I S, (E, C), I S, E, C, I S, E, C, I S, E, C, I S, E, C, I S, E, C, I Wong (2005) Yang (2007) Yeh et al. (2006) Zárraga and Bonache (2003) (S, E, C, I) S, (E, C...
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  • Ewan
    Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc. Foley, G., & Schuck, S. (1998). Web-based conferencing: Pedagogical asset or constraint? Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 14(2), 122-140. Forsyth, I. (1996). Teaching and learning materials and the Internet. London: Kogan Page. Gagné, R...
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  • Who Am I as a Learner
    information (Bransford, Sherwood, Hasselbring, Kinzer and Williams 1990). Student can create and evolve the knowledge structures by learning (Bransford, Sherwood, Hasselbring, Kinzer and Williams 1990). Learning style can allow learners to choose the right skills on learning (Gagne 1984). In order to...
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  • Approaches in Psychology
    of the teacher to give clear directions, provide feedback, hold students accountable for their behavior, and create a warm, democratic atmosphere for learning.) • Instructional theory (The American educator Robert Gagné developed a hierarchical theory that some types of learning are...
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  • Mental Process and Computer Aided Instruction
    important fact that higher-level types of information cannot be understood or learned until all the appropriate lower-level knowledge has been mastered. Also, Gagné, breaks successful instruction into nine events or “conditions of learning”. He informs that an instructor must first get students...
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