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Learning Theories

Learning Theory Articles 

Allinson, M. E., Mahon, K., (2022) Modelling Transdisciplinary Pedagogy: A Method for Collaborative Curriculum Design. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 19(3). 

Aylward, R., Cronjé, J. (2022) Paradigms Extended: How to Integrate Behaviorism, Constructivism, Knowledge Domain, and Learner Mastery in Instructional DesignEducational Technology Research and Development, 70(2), 503-529. 

Algahtani, F. (2017) Teaching Students with Intellectual Disabilities: Constructivism or Behaviourism? Educational Research and Reviews, 12(21), 1031-1035. 

Cronje, J. (2020) Towards a New Definition of Blended Learning. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 18(2), 114-121.  

Demetrion, G. (2021) Probing the Interface between Learning Theory and Practice in Adult Basic EducationAdult Literacy Education, 3(2), 22-36. 

Kartal, B. (2022) Does It Matter Having Constructivist or Traditional Teaching Beliefs for Academic Achievement: A Study of Preservice TeachersInternational Dialogues on Education: Past and Present, 9(2), 96-127. 

King, B., Dinsmore, C., Thornton, A., Beyer, W., Akiva, K., Kalton, C.J. (2019) Multidisciplinary Team-Based Model for Faculty Supports in Online LearningCollected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 12, 127-138. 

Wang, W.-T., Lin, Y.-L. (2021) The Relationships among Students' Personal Innovativeness, Compatibility, and Learning Performance: A Social Cognitive Theory PerspectiveEducational Technology & Society, 24(2), 14-27. 

Yarrough, J. R. (2018) Adapting Adult Learning Theory to Support Innovative, Advanced Online LearningResearch in Higher Education Journal, 35. 

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