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What is a learning theory? What are the 3 main categories of learning theory presented in the webpages given?

  1. How are the learning theories related to your learning and teaching (or professional practice)?

Learning Style

  1. What is a learning style?
  2. What use are learning styles to the instructional designer?

Motivation

  1. What is motivation?
  2. What are the three components of motivation?

Motivational Design

  1. What are the four steps in Keller’s ARCS motivation model?
  2. How can an instructional designer incorporate these ideas into a product?

Bloom’s taxonomy

  1. List the cognitive process dimensions from lowest order to highest, and describe how Bloom’s taxonomy may benefit an instructional designer.

Chapter One (Piskurich)

  1. What are advantages and disadvantages of instructional design?

What is a learning theory

What is a learning theory? What are the 3 main categories of learning theory presented in the webpages given?

  1. How are the learning theories related to your learning and teaching (or professional practice)?

Learning Style

  1. What is a learning style?
  2. What use are learning styles to the instructional designer?

Motivation

  1. What is motivation?
  2. What are the three components of motivation?

Motivational Design

  1. What are the four steps in Keller’s ARCS motivation model?
  2. How can an instructional designer incorporate these ideas into a product?

Bloom’s taxonomy

  1. List the cognitive process dimensions from lowest order to highest, and describe how Bloom’s taxonomy may benefit an instructional designer.

Chapter One (Piskurich)

  1. What are advantages and disadvantages of instructional design?
  1. What is motivation?
  2. What are the three components of motivation?

Motivational Design

  1. What are the four steps in Keller’s ARCS motivation model?
  2. How can an instructional designer incorporate these ideas into a product?

Bloom’s taxonomy

  1. List the cognitive process dimensions from lowest order to highest, and describe how Bloom’s taxonomy may benefit an instructional designer.

Chapter One (Piskurich)

  1. What are advantages and disa