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The purpose of this volume is to help educators and training developers to improve the quality of their instruction. Unlike other books, which have appeared so far, this volume is not limited to a particular theoretical position. Nor is it like many of the instructional design texts, which ignore the learning literature. Rather, it draws upon any and all of those research-based principles regardless of learning theory, which suggest heuristics to guide instructional strategies. The approach of the authors is unique in that they develop a framework or model taxonomy for tasks, through which the…mehr

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The purpose of this volume is to help educators and training developers to improve the quality of their instruction. Unlike other books, which have appeared so far, this volume is not limited to a particular theoretical position. Nor is it like many of the instructional design texts, which ignore the learning literature. Rather, it draws upon any and all of those research-based principles regardless of learning theory, which suggest heuristics to guide instructional strategies. The approach of the authors is unique in that they develop a framework or model taxonomy for tasks, through which the principles of learning can be related to particular learning processes, suggesting distinctive strategies for specific instructional tasks. The authors present a four-stage model that includes acquisition, automaticity, near term transfer, and far term transfer. TOC:Heuristics and taxonomy.- A cognitive domain example: reading -psychomotor domain.- Affective domain.- Interpersonal domain.- Suggestions for the integration of technology.- Summary.- About the authors.- Index.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 28.05.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780387234816
  • Artikelnr.: 37288538
Autorenporträt
Currently, Dr. Robert J. Seidel is Research Chief Emeritus at the Army Research Institute. He attained his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and was a NIH Special Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University. He has taught full- time at Denison University, and part-time at, George Washington University, the University of Maryland, and Trinity College in Connecticut. He has a varied and rich experience base spanning over 36 years of research, development, and management in the areas of experimental design, individualized instruction, computer-administered instruction, technology transfer, distance learning, and evaluation. In these areas of expertise, he has given many talks, nationally and internationally, published numerous articles and seven books. He was principal investigator for a National Science Foundation grant, which resulted in his co-authoring, (with colleagues B. Hunter, C. Kastner, and M. Rubin) Learning Alternatives in U.S. Education: Where student and computer meet. Dr. Seidel organized, then conducted an educational technology conference, and subsequently edited (with M. Rubin) a book, Computers and Communication, based on the findings from the conference. The next book, Computer Literacy, was edited by Dr. Seidel, R. Anderson, and B. Hunter. He has also managed groups of research personnel in both the private sector and in government, and has served many years as an advisor to NATO for the implementation of advanced technologies. As part of his NATO work, Dr. Seidel served as senior editor and contributed chapters to four books dealing with the use of technology in education and training. Kathy Cox-Perencevich is finishing up her dissertation towards obtaining her Ph.D. at the University of Maryland in educational psychology, while working full-time as a lead researcher at The National Reading Research Center. She attained a M.S. in educational psychology at the Pennsylvania State University and completed teacher certification programs in elementary education and in special education in Massachusetts. Ms. Cox-Perencevich has been pursuing research related to diagnosing and improving students engagement in literacy development. Her overall focus has been on cognition and motivation in classroom settings. In that regard, she has a number of recent publications in educational psychology journals, and book chapters, dealing with techniques for enhancing motivation and cognitive development in the field of Reading. Allyson Kett is presently completing her work towards a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington D.C., and is a National Consortium Research Fellow at the U.S. Army Research Institute in Arlington, VA. Prior to coming to D.C., she obtained her M.A. in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Education at Teachers College of Columbia University in New York City and her B.A. in psychology from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Ms. Kett has a broad, verse background in developing and delivering instruction in the training and educational fields. She worked at the New York Bankers Association developing educational programs for bankers of all levels. In addition, she has experience working in the educational field, including developing instructional materials for, and assisting in the teaching of, children of all ages who are mentally challenged and/or have developmental disabilities. Ms. Kett also assisted in planning, organizing, and implementing seminars and leadership forums for a national, industry sponsored, college Scholars Program.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Overview: Principles Of Learning And Strategies For Instruction
1: Heuristics And Taxonomy
1. Factors Influencing Acquisition
2. Factors Affecting Transfer Of training
3. Dimensions Affecting Retention
4. Prescriptive Illustration
5. The Interrelatedness Of Domains Of Learning
6. A Potential Taxonomy
7. Schema Construction
2: A Cognitive Domain Example: Reading
1. Introduction
2. Section I: Instructional Guidance
3. Section II: Supporting Research
3: Psychomotor Domain
1. Introduction
2. Section I: Possible Instructional Guidance
3. Section II: Supporting Research
4: Affective Domain
1. Introduction
2. Section I: Instructional Guidance
3. Section II: Supporting Research
5: Interpersonal Domain
1. Introduction
2. Section 1: Possible Instructional Guidance
3. Section II: Supporting Research
6: Suggestions For The Integration Of Technology
1. Technological Accomplishments
2. Section I: Instructional Guidance
3. Section II: Supporting Research
4. Human Concerns: Culture, Organization, And Individual
7: Summary
1. Cognitive Domain
2. Psychomotor Domain
3. Affective Domain
4. Interpersonal Domain
5. Suggestions For The Integration Of Technology
6. Conclusion
About The Authors
Index