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15 Cards in this Set

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What are the four theories of learning and instruction, according to "The Trainer's Dictionary?"
Subjective centered
Objective centered
Experience centered, and
Opportunity centered.
What are the three types of learning usually associated with Bloom's taxonomy?
Knowledge, skills, and attitude. Attitude cannot be trained, but can be influenced.
What is a developmentalism based theory of instruction that focuses on matching individual needs to appropriate instructional experiences, and is particularly useful for helping employees adapt to changes in their work lives?
Opportunity-centered learning and instruction.
What is Malcolm Knowles' contribution to adult learning?
The concept of andragogy.
According to Merriam and Caffarella, adults' developmental stages can be described in three major perspectives. What are they?
Physical changes, Psychological changes, and socialcultural changes.
What theory of learning and memory is concerned with studying the relationship between stimuli and responses and includes training techniques such as prompting, cueing, simulations, role play, and positive reinforcement?
What theory of learning attempts to involve both the right and left hemispheres of the brain, as well as the cortex and limbic systems?
Accelerated learning.
Neurolinguistic programming has discovered that learner preferences fall into three categories. What are they?
Visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.
What learning theory, developed by Howard Gardner, suggests that intelligence is multifaceted and is not fixed?
Multiple intelligences.
Who developed eight guidelines for facilitating learning, including the idea that effective facilitators establish the initial mood or climate of the group or class experience?
Carl Rogers.
In right/left brain theory, which side of the brain specializes in logic, mathematics, analysis, and sequential processing of events?
The left side.
What are the lowest and highest tiers in Maslow's hierarchy of needs?
physiological needs and self-actualization.
What are the components of the ADDIE model?
analysis (or assessment), design, development, implementation, and evaluation.
According to Gagne's nine events of instruction, what is the first thing a trainer must accomplish?
Gain the learners attention.
During what phase of the ADDIE model will the trainer develop instructional objectives?
During the design phase.