Instructional Theory Quiz

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What is the main goal of instructional theory?

To improve people's learning and development

What are the three educational theories that influenced instructional theory?

Behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism

What is the difference between instructional theory and learning theory?

Instructional theory provides guidance on how to improve learning and development

What does David Merrill's First Principles of Instruction include?

Universal methods of instruction, situational methods, and core ideas of the post-industrial paradigm of instruction

What should instructional theories be adapted based on?

Both students' learning styles and educational content

What is the goal of Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed?

To critique instructional approaches

What does Freire argue about knowledge?

Knowledge comes from inquiry and pursuing subjects in the world and through interpersonal interaction

What can be used to review and analyze concepts across different instructional theories?

An ontology-building process

What does instructional theory provide strategies on how to achieve?

Learning outcomes

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Instructional Theory: A Theory to Enhance Learning and Development

  • Instructional theory provides guidance on how to improve people's learning and development.
  • It originated in the USA in the late 1970s and is influenced by three educational theories: behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism.
  • Instructional theory provides strategies on how to achieve learning objectives.
  • It is different from learning theory, which explains how learning takes place.
  • Instructional theory encompasses different instructional methods, models, and strategies.
  • David Merrill's First Principles of Instruction includes universal methods of instruction, situational methods, and core ideas of the post-industrial paradigm of instruction.
  • Instructional theories should be adapted based on students' learning styles and educational content.
  • The goal of instructional theory is to understand the instructional system and improve the instruction process.
  • Instructional theory helps create conditions that increase the probability of learning.
  • Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed critiques instructional approaches that adhere to the knowledge acquisition stance.
  • Freire argues that knowledge comes from inquiry and pursuing subjects in the world and through interpersonal interaction.
  • An ontology-building process can be used to review and analyze concepts across different instructional theories.

Test your knowledge on Instructional Theory with this informative quiz! Enhance your understanding of the different educational theories that influence instructional theory, and learn about the strategies and methods used to achieve learning objectives. Discover the core ideas of the post-industrial paradigm of instruction and how to adapt instructional theories to meet the needs of students. Challenge yourself to understand the goal of instructional theory and how it can help create conditions that increase the probability of learning. Take this quiz and see how much you know about this fascinating theory

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