Important points for designing an e-Learning Course.
Are you stuck or facing any problems in the field of Instructional Designing and e-Learning Course Development? Then is article is for you.
This article is about the “Events of Instructions” by Robert Gagne, which can be adapted to develop an e-Learning Course with optimal performance output.
Let us have a basic introduction about the famous psychologist, Robert Gagne.
Robert Gagne, an educational psychologist, identified the mental conditions for learning and published the book “The Conditions of Learning” in 1965. These were based on the information processing model of the mental events that occur when adults are presented with various stimuli.
Gagne framed the events of instruction, a nine-step process which correlate to and address the conditions of learning.
Keeping these stages in mind as you plan for a class session or online module can give your lesson plans a strong foundation.
How to Apply?
The following information includes an explanation of each of the nine events as well as examples of how an instructor may apply the Nine Events of Instruction in the development and instruction of a course.
*. Ice breaker activities
*. Current news and events
*. Case studies
*. Interactivities and surveys
*. Discussion board for current news and events
*. Lecture slides
*. Introductory course materials
*. Instructions for activities, projects, papers
*. Recalling events from previous lectures,
*. Integrating results of activities into the current topic
*. Relating previous information to the current topic
*. Lecture, readings, activities, multimedia
*. Learning Management System
*. Face to face courses
*. Interactive tools like discussion boards, wikis, blogs, and polls
*. Detailed feedback on assignments
*. Tools such as Turnitin or change tracking in a word processor to quickly give feedback to large audiences
*. Provide feedback to discussion boards in online courses
*. Utilize peer-evaluation and self-evaluation or self-assessment methods
*. Utilize a variety of assessment methods including exams/quizzes, written assignments, projects, and so on. Utilize rubrics when grading activities that are not standard exam and quiz questions
*. Ensure that students have practiced and received feedback prior to high-stakes assessments
*. Relate course work to their personal experiences
*. Discuss in small groups
*. Reflect the learnt content
*. Create a reference for their future selves
Robert Gagne has framed these 9 events to enhance and empower the training systems and methods to achieve effective results. Today, several companies started to implement and adhere to these events / steps for training their workforce and progress their performance as a whole.
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