Description - Instructional Design Theories and Models by Charles M. Reigeluth
"Instructional Design Theories and Models" (1993) has become a classic in the education literature and provided a snapshot in time of the status of instructional theories in the early 1980s. Remarkable changes have been occurring in learning theory and instructional theory since then, driven in part by advances in information technologies. Many argue that a whole new paradigm of instructional theories is needed - and indeed is emerging. But it is difficult for education students and professionals alike to identify all the exciting work that is being done and to see how the different lines of work interrelate. In short, there is a need for the second edition of this classic. This volume focuses on the new generation of instructional theories and models. Unlike Volume 1, whose theme was commonality and complementarity among theories of instruction, the theme of Volume 2 is diversity. This includes the role of values and different kinds of learning, and how they influence instructional theory and design.
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(229mm x 152mm x mm)
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
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