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Ken, Bob, Jim and Kurt agreed to all this on 12/11/07.

Art and I are discussing how we might incorporate the APS Learning Principles into these changes. Might also do the same for the IES Practice Guide. --Koedinger 13:41, 5 June 2009 (EDT)

See the following pages: http://www.jodypaul.com/LCT/LCT.PsychPrinc.html http://www.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/tech/techconf00/mccombs_paper.html These pages include this "Note to readers: For those interested in research support for the Principles, several sources are relevant. The specific research and theory that was reviewed in developing the Principles is described in McCombs and Whisler (1997). Further research support is also provided in Alexander and Murphy (1998) and Lambert and McCombs (1998)]."

  • McCombs, B. L., & Whisler, J. S. (1997). The learner-centered classroom and school: Strategies for increasing student motivation and achievement. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Alexander, P.A., & Murphy, P. K. (1998). The research base for APA's Learner-Centered Psychological Principles. In N. Lambert & B.L. McCombs (Eds.), How students learn: Reforming schools through learner-centered education. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Lambert, N. & McCombs, B. L. (Eds.) (1998). How students learn: Reforming schools through learner-centered education. Washington, DC: APA Books.

--Koedinger 12:02, 16 September 2009 (EDT)