How Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction Can Make Your Online Courses Better

During Word War II, educational psychologist Robert Gagné’s evaluated the aptitude of Air Force pilots. His pioneering work in instructional design led to a systematic approach to learning that we know today as Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction. This famed nine-step process can be adapted to help instructional designers and trainers in all fields create highly-effective courses in any topic.

Here are Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction, and how you can employ them in your course design.

1. Gain Learners’ Attention

Before a student can learn, he or she must be paying attention. When delivering content in person, you can easily gain your audience’s attention by talking loudly, using animated speech or signs, leveraging props, etc. But effectively gaining students’ attention in eLearning is not that simple, because students have many more stimuli competing for their attention beyond just what you want them to see onscreen.

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