Handbook of research on learning and instruction

Other Authors: Mayer, Richard E., 1947-, Alexander, Patricia A.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Routledge, 2011.
Physical Description: xiv, 501 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Series: Educational psychology handbook series.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to research on learning / Richard E. Mayer and Patricia A. Alexander
  • Learning to read / Emily Fox and Patricia A. Alexander
  • Learning to write / Susan De La Paz and Deborah McCutchen
  • Learning mathematics / Ann R. Edwards, Indigo Esmonde, and Joseph F. Wagner
  • Learning science / Richard Duschl and Richard Hamilton
  • Learning history / Linda S. Levstik
  • Learning a second language / Min Wang
  • Learning motor skill in physical education / Catherine D. Ennis and Ang Chen
  • Learning to think critically / Christina Rhee Bonney and Robert J. Sternberg
  • Learning to self-monitor and self-regulate / Marcel V. J. Veenman
  • Learning with motivation / Eric M. Anderman and Heather Dawson
  • Introduction to research on instruction / Patricia A. Alexander and Richard E. Mayer
  • Instruction based on feedback / John Hattie and Mark Gan
  • Instruction based on examples / Alexander Renkl
  • Instruction based on self-explanation / Brenda A. Fonseca and Michelene T. H. Chi
  • Instruction based on peer interaction / Kathryn R. Wentzel and Deborah E. Watkins
  • Instruction based on cooperative learning / Robert E. Slavin
  • Instruction based on inquiry / Sofie M.M. Loyens and Remy M.J.P. Rikers
  • Instruction based on discussion / P. Karen Murphy, Ian A. G. Wilkinson, and Anna O. Soter
  • Instruction based on tutoring / Arthur C. Graesser, Sidney D'Mello, and Whitney Cade
  • Instruction based on visualizations / Richard E. Mayer
  • Instruction based on computer simulation / Ton de Jong.