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Learning Technology Relationships

Compare the three (3) learning technologies (verbal information, intellectual skill and cognitive strategy), use Gagné's five varieties of learning table and the ODL diagram to assess three learning technologies. (Hint: Look for missing elements as indicators of trade-offs that may or may not be acceptable to the designer/developer, the instructor or the learner.) Then, summarize each by describing the relations between learner, instructor, content and other learners.

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Learning Technology Relationships
The experience of person in the form of knowledge or skills is gathered by instructions or change in behavioural tendency. It is the process of acquiring modifications in existing knowledge, skills and habits by instructions or study. This paper compares learning technologies by using "Gagné's five varieties of learning table" (Nieuwenhuijzen & Vriens, 2012).
Verbal Information
Verbal information is a learning technology that requires internal condition of retrieving stored information for support. Retrieving stored information includes organized knowledge, facts, principles, generalizations and strategies for processing the new information. It provides useful information for encoding, figurative language and different coded signals. It also organizes the information to learn in a certain order. Such information is required for continuous learning within a particular area (Daghfous, 2004). The major requirement for learning and retaining verbal information appears to be its presentation within an organized, meaningful context.
Intellectual Skills
Intellectual skills are very useful to respond the concepts of environment. It includes the ability to see fine distinctions and differences, to understand real and defined ...

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