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Nurse Educ Today. 1989 Aug;9(4):281-4.

Gagné's theory of instruction--its relevance to nurse education.


This paper examines Gagné's theory of instruction and its relevance to nurse education. The critique covers the use of objectives, the design of an educational unit and skills analysis. The authors argue that nurse educators should consider Gagné's theory during the education process, despite the fact that it may not be directly applicable in its entirety. The subject matter was studied following the educational psychology unit during the second year of the Bachelor of Nursing Studies degree course.

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