By Norbert M. Seel, Sanne Dijkstra
Curriculum, Plans, and approaches in tutorial layout: overseas views offers views at the dating among curriculum study and educational layout, in addition to new advancements within the use of knowledge and communique know-how. of their introductory bankruptcy, the editors supply an summary of the amount and introduce the discussions present in 3 sections: *The chapters partly I (Theoretical Foundations and options) describe and talk about new theoretical and cutting edge ways to educational layout that combine curriculum improvement with details and communique applied sciences. *Part II (Curriculum improvement, educational layout, and data expertise) specializes in curriculum improvement and its impression on types of educational layout. *Part III (Information and conversation know-how and educational layout) addresses the problem of advancing info and communique applied sciences for tutorial making plans and curriculum improvement. well known researchers and practitioners from tutorial layout, in addition to the educational sciences--from either the U.S. and round the world--have contributed to this quantity. This quantity is a helpful source for graduate scholars, students, and researchers within the fields of tutorial layout and academic expertise, in addition to in the event you desire to advance services in education in business, army, public and educational organisations.
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A special concern is how we can capitalize on some of the many capacities and potentials of information technologies. This chapter begins by considering general linkages among curriculum, instruction, and assessment. With that as a context it moves to a consideration of some of the principal findings from research on learning that have clear implications for instructional practice. This brings us back to a consideration of the implications of knowledge about how people learn for some general issues of curriculum, instruction, and assessment, which is then followed by a more detailed discussion of important principles for the design of powerful learn25 26 PELLEGRINO ing and instructional environments.
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