A critical review of elaboration theory
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In this article the authors examine elaboration theory (ET), a model for sequencing and organizing courses which was developed by Charles Reigeluth and associates in the late 1970s. The purpose of the article is to offer a critique of ET based on recent cognitive research and to offer suggestions for updating the model to reflect new knowledge.
Commentary by Charles Reigeluth follows this article.
- A critical review of elaboration theory
Educational Technology Research and Development
Volume 40, Issue 3 , pp 63-79
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