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==AECT Publication==
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==Contributing==
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I welcome comments to any chapters, though to preserve chapter quality, editing of the chapters is controlled. I welcome comments and revisions to every section of the e-book. To do so, visit the chapter and then click the '''discussions''' tab on the top of the article. You can then choose to '''edit''' the discussions page. ''You don't need to be logged in'' to provide comments - you can do so anonymously. If you would like to make more substantial modifications to a chapter or write a new chapter, please notify me on the discussions or e-mail me directly. You can contact  [[User:Mikeorey| Michael Orey, the editor directly]] and submit any questions, concerns, or modifications. If you are interested in submitting a chapter, please see the [[Submission Guidelines]].
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==AECT Publication==
 
This book is listed as an official publication of the Assoication for Educational Communications and Technology. [http://www.aect.org/Intranet/Publications/ Click here to see their publications].
 
 
==Contributing==
 
I welcome comments to any chapters, though to preserve chapter quality, editing of the chapters is controlled. I welcome comments and revisions to every section of the e-book. To do so, visit the chapter and then click the '''discussions''' tab on the top of the article. You can then choose to '''edit''' the discussions page. ''You don't need to be logged in'' to provide comments - you can do so anonymously. If you would like to make more substantial modifications to a chapter or write a new chapter, please notify me on the discussions or e-mail me directly. You can contact  [[User:Mikeorey| Michael Orey, the editor directly]] and submit any questions, concerns, or modifications. If you are interested in submitting a chapter, please see the [[Submission Guidelines]].
 
 
 
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Revision as of 17:02, 10 July 2007

Emerging Perspectives on Learning, Teaching, and Technology

Michael Orey, Editor
Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, University of Georgia

AECT Publication

This book is listed as an official publication of the Assoication for Educational Communications and Technology. Click here to see their publications.

Contributing

I welcome comments to any chapters, though to preserve chapter quality, editing of the chapters is controlled. I welcome comments and revisions to every section of the e-book. To do so, visit the chapter and then click the discussions tab on the top of the article. You can then choose to edit the discussions page. You don't need to be logged in to provide comments - you can do so anonymously. If you would like to make more substantial modifications to a chapter or write a new chapter, please notify me on the discussions or e-mail me directly. You can contact Michael Orey, the editor directly and submit any questions, concerns, or modifications. If you are interested in submitting a chapter, please see the Submission Guidelines.

Learning and Cognitive Theories (Shorts)

Information processing

Piaget's Constructivism

Behaviorism

Bloom's Taxonomy

Vygotsky's constructivism

Situated Cognition

Social Constructivism

Motivation

Primary Instructional Strategies or Models

Cognitive Apprenticeship

Examples of Modeling

Scaffolding

Articulation and Reflection

Constructionism, Learning by Design, and Project Based Learning

Problem Based Instruction

Supporting Instructional Strategies or Models

Teaching and Learning in Affective Domain

Cooperative Learning

Resource-Based Learning

I-Search

Six C's of motivation

Creativity

Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles

Cognitive Tools

Computer Mediated Instruction

Learning Communities as an Instructional Model

Instructional Strategies or Models for K-12

Reciprocal Teaching

Reading Recovery

Conceptual Change

Instructional Strategies or Models for Adult Learners

Adult Learning

Experiential Learning

Transformative Learning