Cognition and Instruction
Publisher: Wikibooks 2016
Number of pages: 394
There is a significant body of research and theory on how cognitive psychology can inform teaching, learning, instructional design and educational technology. This book is for anyone with an interest in that topic, especially teachers, designers and students planning careers in education or educational research.
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by Michael R. W. Dawson - Athabasca University Press
Intended to introduce both graduate and senior undergraduate students to the foundations of cognitive science, the book 'Mind, Body, World' addresses a number of questions currently being asked by those practicing in the field.
by Edward Bradford Titchener - The Macmillan Company
I lay less stress upon knowledge and more upon point of view. I shall be fully satisfied if the reader learns to be clear and definite in his objections, realizes his own point of view, and sticks to it in working out his own psychological system.
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