Chart from http://epltt.coe.uga.edu/images/2/24/Connectivism_chart.gif retrieved 10/1/2013
(not included on chart) Gagne’s Nine Events of Learning - Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction draws from both the behaviorism and cognitivism models. Gagne’s beliefs revolve around the idea that there are conditions of learning, both internal and external. The internal conditions deal with previously acquired knowledge while the external conditions deal with information that is presented to the learner as new stimuli. Gagne’s theory requires you to identify a goal and then to construct a measurable activity that will allow you to demonstrate that the learning goal was achieved. Much of the skill is exact, measurable, and taught with a step-by-step approach.