Learning Theory: Instructional Theory and Psychoeducational Design

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No one since Hilgard has written as well about learning as has the author. His treatment of Thorndike is outstanding, and the entire volume is a testimonial of his dedication to the application of these theories to the instructional situation.... There is a wealth of information, which on the whole is expressed with more clarity than one usually expects.>>> ( Journal Of School Psychology)

Snelbecker displays a deep concern, which I share, about the need to develop ways to build theories and conceptualizations from the study and practice of teaching. His excellent work is an attempt to relate learning theories, instructional theories, and psychoeducational design to one another....The field of learning and instruction needs this kind of book and others like it to communicate the practical value and the limitations of its theories and to comment upon the current state of the field...Snelbecker's book is aptly timed...>> ( The Review Of Education)

Snelbecker has produced an excellent resource which deals with the perennial problem of relating theory to practice in education...The Snelbecker book is scholarly, readable, accurate, and current.>>>> ( Choice)

Snelbecker has produced an excellent resource which deals with the perennial problem of relating theory to practice in education...The Snelbecker book is scholarly, readable, accurate, and current. ( Choice)

No one since Hilgard has written as well about learning as has the author. His treatment of Thorndike is outstanding, and the entire volume is a testimonial of his dedication to the application of these theories to the instructional situation.... There is a wealth of information, which on the whole is expressed with more clarity than one usually expects. ( Journal Of School Psychology)

Snelbecker displays a deep concern, which I share, about the need to develop ways to build theories and conceptualizations from the study and practice of teaching. His excellent work is an attempt to relate learning theories, instructional theories, and psychoeducational design to one another....The field of learning and instruction needs this kind of book and others like it to communicate the practical value and the limitations of its theories and to comment upon the current state of the field...Snelbecker's book is aptly timed... ( The Review Of Education)

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