Instructional Design: International Perspectives - Vol. 1

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Thomas Andre is a professor of psychology and educational technology at Iowa State University. During the past two decades, he has published on a wide range of topics, including concept learning, reading skills, cognitive strategies for higher order cognition, and educational technology. His interest is in the application of theory and research findings in the improvement of learning in the classroom. He is also on the editorial boards of several professional journals.

Sydney B. Blake is a doctoral student in educational psychology at the University of Southern California, working with Richard Clark.

Klaus Breuer is a professor of education at the University of Mainz ( Germany). Dr. Breuer serves as a member of the editorial and consulting boards for several international professional journals. His research and publication interests include simulation-based systems, higher order cognitive processes, testing and measurement, and instructional systems theory and design. Dr. Breuer also contributes significantly to applied activities in industry and business.

Richard E. Clark is a professor of educational psychology and technology at the University of Southern California, where he serves as chair of the Division of Educational Psychology and director of Professional Education. Dr. Clark conducts studies that apply cognitive learning and motivation theory to the development of instructional systems. He also conducts and analyzes studies concerning the use of newer media in teaching and training. He currently serves as a consultant and contributing editor to 10 scholarly journals. A recent study described him as the most cited researcher in the area of media research design and among the 50 most cited authors in the general research literature on computers in education.

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