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Learning and HRD Chapter 3
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Case Analysis Caterpillar p. 66 We will respond to this case in groups. Please read, assess and come up with ideas for what is important regarding the case. Each group will present their approach and what considerations they made when answering each question.
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Learning A relatively permanent change in behavior How we change as we interact with the environment Presenting at your first meeting in front of a large group Tying your first boat knot Driving a tractor trailer A child reading a book to a dog With practice, learning occurs
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Learning Theory The key to learning theory is ASSOCIATION Contiguity –objects experienced together become associated Think about a non-English menu – words and pictures. Pollo = chicken Law of Effect – recognition (if received as positive) = repeat behavior Practice – a child learning to tie her shoes
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Gagne: Training is improved by three principles. Task analysis – break down into distinct components Component task achievement – Master each task to successful complete the overall task Task sequencing – order of tasks matters Ex. Ford Motor Company Car Assembly
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Role of Instructional and Cognitive psychology Looks at how the learning environment can be structured to maximize learning. What must be in place for learning to occur Traditional learning theories focused on what happened in certain situations
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Glaser: Instructional Psychology Model What is the learning goal? What is the initial state of the learner? What techniques are needed for the learning to gain competence? How will you access and monitor the learning process to measure progress and adaptations needed?
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Maximizing Learning Trainee Characteristics – readiness to learn Trainability
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