Reigeluth - Indiana University Professor, Advisor to Decatur Project
Charles Reigeluth is a professor in the Instructional Systems Technology
Department at Indiana University, and is a past chairman of the
department. His research focuses on systemic change in public education
and the design of high quality instruction. He has published eight
books and over ninety articles and chapters on those subjects, and
two of his books received an "outstanding book of the year"
award from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology
(AECT). He has also received the "Distinguished Service"
award from AECT and the "Honored Alumnus" award from Brigham
Young University's School of Education. Dr.
Reigeluth is a major developer of knowledge about facilitating the
systemic change process in public school districts, and is the major
developer of several instructional design theories, including the
elaboration theory and simulation theory. He has a B.A. in Economics
from Harvard University and a Ph.D. in Instructional Psychology
from Brigham Young University. He taught science at the secondary
level for three years. He views helping to raise three wonderful
children as his most rewarding accomplishment, but helping schools
to attain dramatic improvements is his passion.
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