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Table 4.4- The Relationship among Learning Processes, Instructional Events, and Forms of Instruction

Table 4.4- The Relationship among Learning Processes, Instructional Events, and Forms of Instruction

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The Learning Process

 The learning cycle involves four stages:

Concrete experience

Reflective observation

Abstract conceptualization

Active experimentation



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Table 4.5 – Learning Styles



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The Learning Process (cont.)

 Age influences on learning

Trainers need to be aware of trainees’ ages to

create a learning environment and develop

materials that meet their preferences.

According to some trainers, there are four

generations of employees with distinct

attitudes toward work and preferred ways to

learn—Millenniums (or nexters), Gen Xers,

baby boomers, and traditionalists.

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The Learning Process (cont.)

 Instruction - trainer’s manipulation of

the environment in order to help trainees

learn.

 The training context - the physical,

intellectual, and emotional environment

in which training occurs.

 Practice - physical or mental rehearsal of

a task, knowledge, or skill to achieve

proficiency in performing the task or skill

or demonstrating the knowledge.

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Table 4.6 - Features of Good

Instruction That Facilitate Learning



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Table 4.8 - Characteristics of

Good Training Objectives



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