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· Chapter 2: Understanding How People Think and Learn
· The full-text version of this ebook is available through the RedShelf platform and can be access using the link provided in your online classroom. Chapter 2 presents various learning theories, discusses what learning is, and why it’s important that instructional designers understand how people think. Chapter 2 will help you complete the How People Learn discussion, and the Learning Theories discussion.
Khalil, M. K., & Elkhider, I. A. (2016). . Advances in Physiology Education, 40(2), 147–156. https://doi.org/10.1152/advan.00138.2015
· This article presents the science of learning and instruction as theoretical evidence for the design and delivery of instruction, as well as a practical framework for implementation. This article will assist you in the How People Learn and Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction assignment this week.Accessibility Statement does not exist.
Culatta, R. (n.d.-b). . InstructionalDesign.org. http://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/conditions-learning.html
Culatta, R. (n.d.-c). . InstructionalDesign.org. http://www.instructionaldesign.org/theories/
Schwartz, M. (2018, March 9). . eLearning Industry. https://elearningindustry.com/adult-learning-theories-on-instructional-design-implications-3
· This webpage discusses behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism adult learning theories with a perspective of how they can affect instructional design.This webpage will assist you in the Learning Theories discussion forum this week.Accessibility Statement does not exist.