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Bloom's taxonomy and Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction

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Explain how Bloom's taxonomy and Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction are complementary.
Explain how the two can be used together as tools for building a differentiated classroom.

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The use of Bloom's taxonomy and Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction enable the learner to be guided in mastering the material while also focusing on the steps that are necessary for the learner to gain the most optimal perspective for learning. They ...

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This solution defines and explains how Bloom's taxonomy and Gagne's Nine Events relate to each other and how they can be used together in a classroom setting.

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