Fb2 Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology: A Project of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology ePub
by Association for Educational Communications and Technology,David H. Jonassen
|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Subcategory:||Teaching and Education|
|Author:||Association for Educational Communications and Technology,David H. Jonassen|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Library Reference (August 1, 1996)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1512 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1783 kb|
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development in educational technology (ET), the pioneers and some practitioners have already been .
a short distance down the path of a thorough educational and conceptual reconfiguration (Ely, 2008).
Chapters are arranged in seven sections.
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The Association for Educational Communications and Technology is an academic and professional association that promotes educational uses of technology. Members provide leadership in the field by promoting scholarship and best practices in instructional technology. AECT's headquarters is in Bloomington, Indiana, having moved from Washington, DC in 1999 for financial reasons.
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Grabinger, Rich Environments for Active Learning. Reeves, Learning With Technology: Using Computers as Cognitive Tools
Smith, Conditions-Based Models for Designing Instruction. Shute, J. Psotka, Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Past, Present, and Future. Wilson, P. Cole, Cognitive Teaching Models. Grabinger, Rich Environments for Active Learning. Reeves, Learning With Technology: Using Computers as Cognitive Tools.
Technology-Enhanced Support Strategies for Inquiry Learning. A Distributed Perspective on Collaborative Activity. Prescriptive Principles for Instructional Design. Part III: Technologies. Programmed Technologies.