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Paradigm Shifts in Designed Instruction: From Behaviorism to Cognitivism to Constructivism
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Educational Technology Volume 33, Number 5, ISSN 0013-1962

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Examines the history, characteristics, and value of designed instruction that is grounded in behaviorist, cognitive science, and constructivist theory. Changes that have allowed developmental phases of instructional design are considered, including instructional design methodology, physical technology, and programing mechanisms used to develop instructional software. (36 references) (LRW)

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Cooper, P.A. (1993). Paradigm Shifts in Designed Instruction: From Behaviorism to Cognitivism to Constructivism. Educational Technology, 33(5), 12-19. Retrieved July 20, 2019 from .

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