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1. Preliminary Work: Critiques of Learning Theories Wikibook (COLT-W)

These critiques are collaborative efforts of graduate students from Indiana University in Bloomington and University of Houston in Texas collaborating during the fall of 2007 to review Emerging Perspectives on Learning, Teaching and Technology (EPLTT) at Michael Orey’s class at the University of Georgia.

Critiques of Indiana University and University of Houston Students

Student Name
Critique
Original Chapter of EPLTT

Learning and Cognitive Theories

Lisa Johnson UH
"Information Processing" written by Orey
Orey's
Haiying Long IU
"Piaget’s Constructivism" written by Bhattacharya and Han
Bhattacharya and Han's
Amanda IU
"Behaviorism" written by Standridge
Standridge's
Alissa Beard UH
"Social Constructivism" written by Kim
Kim's
Amy Mulholland UH
"Social Constructivism" written by Kim
Kim's
Juan Barrio UH
"Motivation" Written by Wang
Wang's

Primary Instructional Strategies or Models

Tony Estudillo IU
“Cognitive Apprenticeship” written by Brill, Kim, and Galloway
Brill, Kim, and Galloway's
Janet Hood UH
"Cognitive Apprenticeship" written by Brill, Kim, and Galloway
Brill, Kim, and Galloway's
Nunthika Puthikanon IU
“Examples of Modeling” written by Altalib and Yang
Altalib and Yang's
Wan-Chen Lee IU
"Scaffolding” written by Lipscomb, Swanson, and West
Lipscomb, Swanson, and West's
Diana de la Rosa-Pohl UH
"Constructionism, Learning by Design, and Project Based Learning" written by Han and Bhattacharya
Han and Bhattacharya

Supporting Instructional Strategies or Models

Hsiao-chi (Maggie) Chen IU
"Teaching and Learning in Affective Domain Critique" written by Miller
Miller's
Yu-Hsuan Huang IU
"Cooperative Learning" written by Palmer, Peters, and Streetman
Palmer, Peters, and Streetman's
Huang-Chi Chen IU
“Resource-Based Learning” written by Campbell, Flageolle,Griffith, and Wojcik
Campbell, Flageolle,Griffith, and Wojcik’s
Tim Taylor IU
“I-Search” written by Choi, Garg, and Kilroy
Choi, Garg, and Kilroy's
Ka-Rhonda Porter UH
"Six C’s of motivation" written by Wang and Han
Wang and Han
Tzu Su Chen (Theresa) IU
“Creativity” written by James, Gerard, and Vagt-Traore
James, Gerard, and Vagt-Traore’s
Valerie Lawhorn UH
"Creativity" Written by James, Gerard, and Vagt-Traore
James, Gerard, and Vagt-Traore’s
Jae-Seok Yang IU
“Computer Mediated Instruction” written by Daniels and Pethel
Daniels and Pethel’s
Erin Green UH
“Computer Mediated Instruction” written by Daniels and Pethel
Daniels and Pethel’s

Instructional Strategies or Models for K-12

Wan-Shiu Hsu IU
"Reciprocal Teaching" written by Foster and Rotoloni
Foster and Rotoloni's
Ya-Hui Tsai IU
"Reading Recovery” written by Gerig, Perry, and Spencer
Gerig, Perry, and Spencer's

Instructional Strategies or Models for Adult Learners

Lorene Payne UH
"Adult Learning" written by Conlan, Grabowski, and Smith
Conlan, Grabowski, and Smith's

2. Middle Work: The Practice of Learning Theories (POLT)

These are students' chapter proposals for a Wikibook called the Practice of Learning Theories (POLT). Also, you can visit the tentative POLT Wikispaces at http://polt.wikispaces.com/ . Please note that the POLT Wikispaces are an incubator for the copy on the POLT Wikibooks at http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/The_Practice_of_Learning_Theories . Also you can find more information about learning theories and theorists at http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Learning_Theories and http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Learning_Theorists.

Wikibook Chapter Proposal of Indiana University Students

Student Name
Chapter
Haiying Long IU
Help-seeking Behavior in Learning
Amanda IU
E-learning
Tony Estudillo IU
Constructivism in Practice
Nunthika Puthikanon IU
WebQuests
Wan-Chen Lee IU
Problem-Based Language Learning
Hsiao-chi (Maggie) Chen IU
Multiple Intelligences in English Classroom
Yu-Hsuan Huang IU
Content-Based Learning
Huang-Chi Chen IU
How Picture Books Work
Tim Taylor IU
Self-Regulated Learning, Transformational Learning, and Discovery Learning
Tzu Su (Theresa) Chen IU
Motivation and Learning
Jae-Seok Yang IU
Vocabulary Learning Strategies in Foreign Language
Wan-Shiu Hsu IU
Content-Based Instruction in Language Learning
Ya-Hui Tsai IU
Task-Based Language Learning and Teaching
Alissa Beard UH
Jerome Bruner - Guiding Drifting thinkers in the vast sea of knowledge
Valerie Lawhorn UH
Imaginary Snapshots (Dual coding theory)
Erin Green UH
Motivation - Tales of an elementary school teacher
Juan Barrio UH
Constructivism… in a Math classroom instruction?
Ka-Rhonda Porter UH
Building Self-Efficacy in Higher Education Students
Lorene Payne UH
Adult Education and Generational Considerations in the Classroom
Lisa Johnson UH
Using Behavioral Changes to Reduce Fall Injuries In Hospitalized Patients
Diana de la Rosa-Pohl UH
Project-based learning across the curriculum in engineering (P.A.C.E)
Amy Mulholland UH
Individual Knowledge and Negotiated Meanings - A Constructivist Classroom

3. Ending Work: The Practice of Learning Theories (POLT)

Students will post their final chapters to the Wikibook site (http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/The_Practice_of_Learning_Theories) by November 20th.