Theories of learning

@inproceedings{Li1993TheoriesOL,
  title={Theories of learning},
  author={Ming Li and Paul M. B. Vit{\'a}nyi},
  year={1993}
}
The doctoral program in Educational Policy and Leadership is designed to foster the development of scholar-practitioners. It asks students not only to inquire deeply into the process of teaching and learning, but also how the organization of schools shapes the process. In addition, the program asks students to acquire adjacent disciplinary strengths that provide contexts for considering what knowledge is of most worth, how forms of knowledge are socially distributed, and what educational… Expand

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