The Learning Process
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Cumulative Learning TheoryThe following chapters in Robert M. Gagné's book present his explanation of the nature of human intellectual development, cumulative learning theory.
The Contributions of Robert M. Gagné
Robert Gagné's Impact on Instructional Design Theory and Practice of the Future
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Learning & Human Development
As an instructional psychologist, Gagné was primarily interested in determining what knowledge and skills are required for a person to effectively perform a given job.
Gagne suggested that there are five categories of learning. Such categories can be formed because each leads to a different class of human performance and each requires a different set of instructional conditions for effective learning (Gagné. 1974). The categories are:
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His Cumulative Learning Theory provides an alternative to the concept of instructional sequencing which was widely used.
Chapter 1 Contributions of Learning to Human Development
Chapter 2 Learning Hierarchies
Chapter 3 Domains of Learning
Chapter 4 Mastery Learning and Instructional Design
Chapter 5 Integrative Goals for Instructional Design
Chapter 6 The Impact of R. M. Gagne's Work on Instructional Theory
Chapter 7 The Impact of Gagne's Theories on Practice
Chapter 8 Gagne's Influence on Military Training Research and Development
Chapter 9 Gagne and the New Technologies of Instruction
Chapter 10 The Future Role of Gagne in Instructional Design
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