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EDUC 8142 Teaching and Learning: Theory and Research: Welcome & Course Readings

Welcome to Your Course Guide

Please find your required library readings below. See the links on the left for library and writing skills assignment support.

If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, pleasecontact the Writing Center.

EDUC 8142 Required Course Readings

The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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Alexander, H. (2007). What is common about common schooling? Rational autonomy and moral agency in liberal democratic education. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 41(4), 609–624.

Douglas, O., Burton, K. S., & Reese-Durham, N. (2008). The effects of the multiple intelligence teaching strategy on the academic achievement of eighth grade math students. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 35(2), 182–187.

Lim, J., Reiser, R., & Olina, Z. (2009). The effects of part-task and whole-task instructional approaches on acquisition and transfer of a complex cognitive skill. Educational Technology Research & Development, 57(1), 61–77.

McTighe, J., & Brown, J. L. (2005). Differentiated instruction and educational standards: Is detente possible? Theory Into Practice. 44(3), 234–244.

Mollenkopf, D. (2009). Creating highly qualified teachers: Maximizing university resources to provide professional development in rural areas. Rural Educator, 30(2), 5−10.

McTighe, J., & Thomas, R. S. (2003). Backward design for forward action. Educational Leadership, 60(5), 52–55

Regan, R. (2008). Direct instruction in skillful thinking in fifth-grade American history. Social Studies, 99(5), 217–223.

Stuckart, D., & Glanz, J. (2007). What Dewey can still teach us. Principal Leadership, 8(4), 16–21.

Wiggins, G., & McTighe, J. (2008). Put understanding first. Educational Leadership, 65(8), 36–41.

Other Readings

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