Result-oriented eLearning Design – Following Robert Gagne

Most instructional designers will already be familiar with the name Robert Gagne, who was an American educational psychologist. Known as one of the pioneers of educational instruction, he gave us modern eLearning professionals a treasure trove of knowledge on how learning takes place, and how to plan instruction for maximum benefit to learners. Perhaps the most well-known of Gagne’s theories is the Nine Steps of Instruction or Events of Instruction, which is a result-oriented learning process still used today by countless instructional designers. In this article, we’ll be using Gagne’s Nine Steps of Instruction as guidelines to explain how result-oriented eLearning should be designed.

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