The Gagne's Instructional Design Model lists the nine events which form a systematic instructional design process as suggested by Robert Gagne. Gagne's nine events of instruction are related to the learning process, lead to various learning outcomes and support the internal processes of learning.
- Gain Attention
- Inform Learner of Objectives
- Stimulate Recall of Prior Learning
- Present Stimulus Material
- Provide Learner Guidance
- Elicit Performance
- Provide Feedback
- Assess Performance
- Enhance Retention and Transfer
Step 1: Gain Attention
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