Translating research into new instructional technologies for higher education: the active ingredient process

  title={Translating research into new instructional technologies for higher education: the active ingredient process},
  author={Richard E. Clark},
  journal={J. Computing in Higher Education},
This article describes a research-based approach for developing new instructional technologies for higher education. The argument is made that the most common instructional methods used by faculty and educational technology in colleges and universities are based on adult learning theories that have not been supported in the past half-century of research. A four-stage process is offered to guide the analysis of research on adult learning and motivation in order to increase the effectiveness of… CONTINUE READING
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