Gagne, events of instruction, learning objectives, conditions, learning, course design, course delivery, lesson planning
As we strive to find new models of student engagement in a post-pandemic educational landscape, it best to build upon proven methods and best practices. This paper provides a sample blueprint for course or lesson design that can be used in face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses, so that we can teach the way students learn best. The sample lesson provided is an applied example of integrating each of the steps delineated in Gagné’s book, The Conditions of Learning, first published in 1965, identified the mental conditions for learning. These steps might be completed in one class meeting, in a whole month, or even a whole semester. It depends on the individual case.
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Judith Slapak-Barski. 2021. Tried and True Methods of Course Design: Overview & Lesson Example . . https://nsuworks.nova.edu/hcas_pedagogy/1.