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Learning and Cognitive Theories (Shorts)
Learner-Centered Theories (Shorts)
Inquiry Strategies: Tasks
Inquiry Strategies: Changing Learners' Minds
Tools for Teaching and Learning: Changing or Encouraging Human Behaviors
Tools for Teaching and Learning: Technology Tools
Socially Oriented Theories
Direct Instruction Strategies
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