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Robert M. Gagne's book Conditions of Learning, originally published in 1965 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, describes eight kinds of learning and nine events of instruction. This theory of learning involved two steps[1]

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Gagné's hierarchy of learning


  1. Schunk, D. H. 2008. "Learning theories:An educational perspective", (5th Ed), pp.286-287

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