Instructional-design Theories and Models: An overview of their current status

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Charles M. Reigeluth
Psychology Press, 1983 - Education - 487 pages
Instructional Design Theories and Models is a thorough yet concise overview of eight of the most comprehensive and best-known attempts to integrate knowledge about effective and appealing instruction. Chapters were written by the original theorists to provide a more accurate and behind-the-scenes look at the theories' development.

Instructional Design Theories and Models will provide educators, researchers, and students with:

* easy access to a broad range of integrated prescriptions for improving the quality of instruction

* chapters facilitating analysis, understanding, and evaluation of the theories

* editors' notes, chapter forewords, and a commentary chapter that identify similarities and differences among the instructional theories

* introductory chapters that provide guidance for developing a common knowledge base of integrated prescriptions
 

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This book edited by Reigeluth presents in-depth concepts about various instructional approaches. It makes easier for the teachers and education researchers to understand how students learn and how teachers should teach. Examples are clear and comprehensive. Discussion of each instructional model is concise but all-inclusive. 

Contents

WHAT THE DISCIPLINE IS LIKE
2
UNIT II MODELS AND THEORIES OF INSTRUCTION
71
UNIT III COMMENTARY
435
Concluding Remarks
473
Author Index
477
Subject Index
483
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