Chapter 2 - SEMANTIC ENCODING RESPONDING REINFORCEMENT...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/8/10 Using Theory to Design More Effective Training Chapter 2
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4/8/10 WHAT IS LEARNING? According to Hergenhahn and Olson (1997) “Learning refers to a change in behavior potentiality, and performance refers to the translation of this potentiality into behavior.” Learning gives individuals the potential to get results. But, performance is the actual realization of that potential.
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4/8/10 GAGNE’S TYPES OF 1. Verbal Information 2. Intellectual Skills 3. Cognitive Strategies 4. Motor Skills 5. Attitudes
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4/8/10 Process of Learning 1. Gain Attention (reception) 2. Inform learners of the objective (expectancy) 3. Stimulate recall of prior learning (retrieval) 4. Present the stimulus (selective perception) 5. Provide learning guidance (semantic encoding)
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4/8/10 What have you learned? THINK OF A TIME WHEN YOU HAD TO LEARN A NEW SKILL. APPLY THE AFOREMENTIONED PROCESS TO HOW YOU LEARNED THE SKILL. FOR EXAMPLE, LEARNING TO DRIVE A CAR… RECEPTION EXPECTANCY RETRIEVAL SELECTIVE PERCEPTION SELECTIVE PERCEPTION
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Unformatted text preview: SEMANTIC ENCODING RESPONDING REINFORCEMENT RETRIEVAL 4/8/10 Types of Learning FORMAL LEARNING occurs in a planned event or series of events. INFORMAL LEARNING occurs through interacting with others, observation, firsthand experience, and other so called hands on events. INCIDENTAL LEARNING accidental learning. 4/8/10 What have you learned? Think of a FORMAL LEARNING experience you have had. Think of an INFORMAL LEARNING experience you have had. Think of an ACCIDENTAL LEARNING experience you have had. 4/8/10 Workplace Learning Process STEP 1: EXPERIENCE A TRIGGERING CIRCUMSTANCE STEP 2: RECOGNIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ISSUE STEP 3: BECOME MORE CURIOUS STEP 4: SEEK INFORMATION STEP 5: PROCESS INFORMATION STEP 6: CONVERT OR TRANSFORM INFORMATION INTO USEFUL KNOWLEDGE STEP 7: APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE STEP 8: REMEMBER WHAT WAS LEARNED STEP 9: REFLECT ON WHAT WAS LEARNED 4/8/10 EXAMPLE: LEARNING TO USE...
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Chapter 2 - SEMANTIC ENCODING RESPONDING REINFORCEMENT...

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