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Understanding The Practices of Instructional Designers Through The Lenses of Different Learning Theories

  title={Understanding The Practices of Instructional Designers Through The Lenses of Different Learning Theories},
  author={Sue Siew Hoong Yeo},
Dr. Terry Herman, Advisor We are living in a wired and fast-paced world where we are surrounded with cutting-edge technologies that have consistently modernized and globalized society in many ways. How does this influence the destinies of the three primary learning theories—behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism—that were developed decades ago? Are the educators, trainers, and instructional designers on the same page with this modernized and globalized society to adequately deliver the… 

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