Behaviorism , Cognitivism , Constructivism : Comparing Critical Features From an Instructional Design Perspective

  title={Behaviorism , Cognitivism , Constructivism : Comparing Critical Features From an Instructional Design Perspective},
  author={Peggy A. Ertmer and Timothy J. Newby},
The need for a bridge between basic learning research and educational practice has long been discussed. To ensure a strong connection between these two areas, Dewey (cited in Reigeluth, 1983) called for the creation and development of a “linking science”; Tyler (1978) a “middleman position”; and Lynch (1945) for employing an “engineering analogy” as an aid for translating theory into practice. In each case, the respective author highlighted the information and potential contributions of… CONTINUE READING
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