New Learning

Overview

This book brings together research and theory about 'New Learning', the term we use for new learning outcomes, new kinds of learning processes and new instructional methods that are both wanted by society and stressed in psychological theory in many countries at present. It describes and illustrates the differences as well as the modern versions of the traditional innovative ideas.

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Overview

This book brings together research and theory about 'New Learning', the term we use for new learning outcomes, new kinds of learning processes and new instructional methods that are both wanted by society and stressed in psychological theory in many countries at present. It describes and illustrates the differences as well as the modern versions of the traditional innovative ideas.

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Dutch researchers from the Interuniversity Center for Education Research, and contributors from other countries introduce teachers to the cluster of innovation being called new learning. In 14 studies they explore what is known about the new learning processes and outcomes, how new learning differs for the various subject matter areas, and how instruction and teacher training can best prepare both students and teachers for it. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048154524
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/3/2010
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

1. New Learning: Three Ways to Learn in a New Balance; R.J. Simons, et al.
Part 1: New Learning, Technologies and Assessment. 2. Active Learning: Self-directed Learning and Independent Work; B. van Hout-Wolters, et al. 3. Collaborative Learning; J. van der Linden, et al. 4. New Technologies; G. Kanselaar, et al. 5. Assessing Active Self-Directed Learning; B. van Hout-Wolters. 6. Valid Classroom Assessment of Complex Skills; K. Stokking, M. Voeten.
Part 2: Domain-Related Issues of New Learning. 7. New Learning in Science and Technology; J. van der Sanden, et al. 8. New Learning in Social Studies; G. ten Dam, et al. 9. Writing and Learning to Write: A Double Challenge; G. Rijlaarsdam, M. Couzijn. 10. A Social Perspective on New Learning; T. Mooij, et al.
Part 3: New Instruction, Teaching and Teacher Education. 11. Process-Oriented Teaching; J. Vermunt, L. Verschaffel. 12. Teaching for Active Learning; M. Brekelmans, et al. 13. New Learning in Teacher Education; F. Korthagen, et al. 14. The Professional Development of Teachers; D. Beijaard, et al.
Subject Index.

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