Instruction Model - Robert Gagné's Nine Steps of Instruction
Robert Gagné's Nine Steps of Instruction is a generalized model of instructional development. Most other models incorporate essential features of Gagné's model while moving the instruction towards more specific goals than those envisioned by Gagné's model.
When to use Gagné's Model
Gagné's model of instruction is useful when other models do not fill the needs of instruction.
Steps in Robert Gagné's Nine Steps of Instruction1
Lesson Evaluation Checklist
1 Adapted from Don Clark, Developing Instruction or Instructional Design, 29 May 2000
Gagne, Robert M. (1985), 29 May 2000, The Conditions of Learning and the Theory of Instruction, (4th ed.), New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.