Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume II


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Unit 1.
About Instructional-Design Theory


1. What Is Instructional-Design Theory and How Is It Changing?
Charles M. Reigeluth.

2. Some Thoughts about Theories, Perfection, and Instruction.
Glenn E. Snelbecker.

Unit 2.
Fostering Cognitive Development


3. Cognitive Education and the Cognitive Domain.
Charles M. Reigeluth & Julie Moore.

4. Multiple Approaches to Understanding.
Howard E. Gardner.

5. Teaching and Learning for Understanding.
David N. Perkins & Chris Unger.

6. Open Learning Environments: Foundations, Methods, and Models.
Mike Hannafin, Susan Land, & Kevin Oliver.

7. Designing Instruction for Constructivist Learning.
Richard E. Mayer.

8. Learning by Doing.
Roger C. Schank, Tamara R. Berman, & Kimberli A. Macpherson.

9. Toward the Development of Flexibly Adaptive Instructional Designs.
Daniel L. Schwartz, Xiaodong Lin, Sean Brophy, & John Bransford.

10. Designing Constructivist Learning Environments.
David Jonassen.

11. Collaborative Problem Solving.
Laurie Miller Nelson.

12. Learning Communities in Classrooms: A Reconceptualization of Educational Practice.
Katerine Bielaczyc & Allan Collins.

13. A Design Theory for Classroom Instruction in Self-Regulated Learning?
Lyn Corno & Judy Randi.

14. Systematically Using Powerful Learning Environments To Accelerate the Learning of Disadvantaged Students in Grades 4-8.
Stanley Pogrow.

15. Landamatics Instructional Design Theory for Teaching General Methods of Thinking.
Lev N. Landa.

16. Integrated Thematic Instruction (ITI): From Brain Research to Application.
Susan Jafferies Kovalik with Jane Rasp McGeehan.

17. Instructional Transaction Theory (ITT): Instructional Design Based on Knowledge Objects.
M. David Merrill.

18. The Elaboration Theory: Guidance for Scope and Sequence Decisions.
Charles M. Reigeluth.

Unit 3.
Fostering Psychomotor Development


19. The Development of Physical Skills: Instruction in the Psycho-Motor Domain.
Alexander Romiszowski.

Unit 4.
Fostering Affective Development


20. Affective Education and the Affective Domain: Implications for Instructional Design Theories and Models.
Barbara Martin & Charles M. Reigeluth.

21. Recapturing Education's Full Mission: Educating for Social, Ethical, and Intellectual Development.
Catherine Lewis, Marilyn Watson, & Eric Schaps.

22. Self Science: Emotional Intelligence for Children.
Karen Stone-McCown & Ann Hathaway McCormick.

23. Structured Design for Attitudinal Instruction.
Tom Kamradt & Beth Kamradt.

24. Character Education: The Cultivation of Virtue.
Thomas Lickona.

25. Adolescent Spiritual Development.
Joseph Moore.

Unit 5.
Reflections and Future Research


26. Formative Research: A Methodology for Improving Design Theories.
Charles M. Reigeluth & Theodore Frick.

27. Commentary.
Glenn E. Snelbecker.


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