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"I have already discussed two of the three elements comprising Gagné's theory - conditions of learning and domains of learning outcomes. Now, I will discuss the remaining third and probably the most important aspect of his theory - The Nine Events of Instruction. This will answer the third question about how should we design our instructions so that the learner achieves the desired learning goals."

Gagné - Nine Events of Instruction

"Taking off from where I left in the previous post, we were asking ourselves, “how does a learner store all the information that I provide in his/her brain?” Before we begin, here is a question for you - what is a Komondor? Hmm, before googling it, some of you might think it’s a bird or an airplane (pun intended) or something like that, right?"

Schemas Assimilation and Accommodation

"This theory was proposed by John Sweller. Lets begin with a small exercise, (similar to the one illustrated by Mr Howard Soloman Take a look at the following for only three seconds and try to memorize them and then, write them down in the same sequence (now only 3s, nothing more.. ready..go!)"

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