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Use of learning theories in instructional design materials
Subject:Use of learning theories in instructional design materials From:"Melanie J. Steckham" <steckham -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 16 Mar 1994 11:17:13 EST
Does anyone have any examples of where they have created training
materials (including user guides..etc) and courses using learning theories.
For example, computer based instruction may include Skinner's operant
conditioning, Gagnes conditions of learning or Bandura's social-cognitive
If yes, would it be possible to briefly describe these examples.