Methods of Instruction
Instructional theory describes a variety of methods of instruction (different
ways of facilitating human learning and development) and when to use--and
not use--each of those methods.
It is about how to help people learn better.
This site offers a variety of information about instructional theory and
models. As the index on the left of this screen indicates, it offers:
Information about Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume I:
An Overview of their Current Status, (affectionately called the Green
Book). Publ: 1983 by Erlbaum Assoc.
Information about Instructional Design Theories and Models, Volume II:
A New Paradigm of Instructional Theory, (affectionately called the
Green Book II). Publ. 1999 by Erlbaum
Some modules about basic methods of instruction, written by Charles M.
Links to other sites related to instructional theory.
A link to an Electronic Performance Support System to help teachers select
and apply new approaches to instruction for their own teaching (Not operational
Comments about instructional theories from visitors to this web site.
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