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TITLE Impact of

@inproceedings{Smith2012TITLEIO,
  title={TITLE Impact of},
  author={Patricia L. Smith and Tillman J. Ragan and Michael Simonson},
  year={2012}
}
Although Robert M. Gagne's work is often thought of as learning theory, his contributions can most appropriately be considered as an "instructional theory." This denotes an integrated set of principles based upon learning theory, other relevant theories, and sound replicable research, that permits one to predict the effects of specific instructional conditions on a learner's cognitive processing and the resulting learned capabilities. This paper discusses: (1) the status of instructional theory… CONTINUE READING

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