How to apply Gagne’s nine events of instruction

Born in 1916, educational psychologist Robert Gagne’s nine events of instruction learning model is still very much in use today. Centered around how people (he calls them performers) process information, practitioners in fields as diverse as engineering and healthcare follow his systematic, structured approach to teaching.

With great results.

Here, we look at the theory behind each of those 9 events of instruction. And show how this step-by-step approach can help managers, trainers, facilitators, and instructional designers (and their audience) in the very real and very current world of corporate training.

Throughout his nine events of instruction, Gagne uses theatrical metaphors to reinforce his instructional design-focused learning model. So, before we raise the curtain on the main event, let’s first take a quick peek backstage.

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