Robert Gagné's direct instruction process for “Nine Events of Instruction” which uses lower level skills to provide building blocks for higher level skills in a hierarchy of intellectual skills.
Putting this theory into practice allows the teacher to plan instruction, which creates a learning environment, and modify instruction that accommodates learning styles.
This website has a brief description of Gagné's “Behaviorism and Information Processing” along with other learning theories.
This website has a thorough explanation of Gagné's “Behaviorism and Information Processing” theory.
This website has a sample lesson plan on oral hygiene. (K-2)
This website has a lesson plan on number sorting . (K-2)
WARNING: Teachers are responsible to ensure that materials selected for use reflect Seventh-day Adventist philosophy.