Chapter 1: Foundations of Educational Theory for Online Learning

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1. Designing Online Learning Materials

2. Schools of Learning

2.1. Behaviorist Theory

2.2. Cognitivist Theory

2.3. Constructivism theory

2.4. Connectivist Theory

3. Using Behaviorist, Cognitive and Contructivism to Design WBT

3.1. Behaviorist Theory

3.1.1. Implications for Online Learning Outcomes Testing Sequencing Feedback

3.2. Cognitivist Theory

3.2.1. Implications for Online Learning Perceive and attend to information Retrieval Chunking Deep processing Accommodate individual differences and learning styles Learning Styles Cognitive style Information presentation Dual-coding theory Learner motivation Meta cognition Real-life application

3.2.2. Learning Styles

3.3. Constructivist Theory

3.3.1. Implications for Online Learning Active learning Constructing learning Collaborative and cooperative learning Control of learning Reflection Meaningful learning Interactive learning

3.3.2. Transformative learning

3.3.3. Interaction in online learning Learner interface interaction Learner content interaction Learner support interaction Learner-learner, learner-instructor, learner-expert interaction Learner-context interaction

4. Connectivist Theory for Online Learning

4.1. Guidelines to develop materials

4.1.1. Autonomy and independence

4.1.2. Flexibility

4.1.3. Parsing information

4.1.4. Up-to-date materials

4.1.5. Connection to others

4.1.6. Multi-delivery methods

4.1.7. Technology used for learning

4.1.8. Active learning

4.1.9. Networking

4.1.10. Multidisciplinary learning

5. Benefits of Online Learning

5.1. No time and distance restrictions

5.2. Situated learning

5.3. Ease of access