Fourth Edition

A Project of the
Association for Educational Communications and Technology

Published by: Springer © 2014

J. Michael Spector · M. David Merrill · Jan Elen · M.J. Bishop

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Section I - Foundations
J. Michael Spector and M. David Merrill

1. Bridging Learning Theories and Technology-Enhanced Environments: A Critical Appraisal of Its History
     Joost Lowyck

2. Research Paradigms and Perspectives on Learning
     Jeroen J.G. van Merriënboer and Anique B.H. de Bruin

3. Research-Based Instructional Perspectives
     Gary R. Morrison and Steven M. Ross

4. Cousins but Not Twins: Instructional Design and Human Performance Technology in the Workplace
     Wellesley R. Foshay, Steven W. Villachica, and Donald A. Stepich

5. Implications of Neuroimaging for Educational Research
     Pavlo D. Antonenko, Tamara van Gog, and Fred Paas

6. Emotions and Motivation in Learning and Performance
     ChanMin Kim and Reinhard Pekrun

7. Instructional Design Models
     Robert Maribe Branch and Theodore J. Kopcha

8. The Impact of Technology and Theory on Instructional Design Since 2000
     Scott Joseph Warren, Jennifer Lee, and Anjum Najmi

9. The Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Framework
     Matthew J. Koehler, Punya Mishra, Kristen Kereluik, Tae Seob Shin, and Charles R. Graham

10. Ethics of Educational Technology
     Stephanie L. Moore and James B. Ellsworth

Section II - Methods
Jan Elen and M.J. Bishop

11. Educational Design Research
     Susan McKenney and Thomas C. Reeves

12. Design and Development Research
     Rita C. Richey and James D. Klein

13. Practices and Potential of Activity Theory for Educational Technology Research
      Turkan Karakus

14. Action Research for Educational Communications and Technology
     Meghan McGlinn Manfra and Daniel Kelvin Bullock

15. Trends and Issues in Qualitative Research Methods
     Marcia A. Mardis, Ellen S. Hoffman, and Peter J. Rich

16. Program and Project Evaluation
     J. Michael Spector

17. Tools for Analyzing Quantitative Data
Gerald A. Knezek and Rhonda Christensen

18. Tools for Analyzing Qualitative Data: The History and Relevance of Qualitative Data Analysis Software
     Linda S. Gilbert, Kristi Jackson, and Silvana di Gregorio

Section III - Assessment and Evaluation
J. Michael Spector and M. David Merrill

19. Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Educational Technology
     Thomas F. Luschei

20. Planning a Program Evaluation: Matching Methodology to Program Status
     Jennifer Hamilton and Jill Feldman

21. Perspectives on Assessment of Educational Technologies for Informal Learning
     Wilhelmina C. Savenye

22. Assessing Problem Solving
     David H. Jonassen

23. Model-Based Tools for Knowledge Assessment
     Dirk Ifenthaler and Pablo Pirnay-Dummer

24. Performance Assessment: Something Old, Something New
     Dee H. Andrews and Wallace H. Wulfeck II

25. Formative and Stealth Assessment
     Valerie J. Shute and Yoon Jeon Kim

26. Evaluation of ICT Competencies
     Agustin Tristán-López and Miguel Angel Ylizaliturri-Salcedo

27. Data-Driven Decision Making in the K-12 Classroom
     Trent E. Kaufman, Charles R. Graham, Anthony G. Picciano, J. Aaron Popham, and David Wiley

Section IV - General Instructional Strategies
Jan Elen and M.J. Bishop

28. The Presence of Culture in Learning
     Patricia A. Young

29. Learning Ability Development in Flexible Learning Environments
     Saskia Brand-Gruwel, Liesbeth Kester, Wendy Kicken, and Paul A. Kirschner

30. Instructional Message Design: Past, Present, and Future Relevance
     M.J. Bishop

31. Multimedia Instruction
     Richard E. Mayer

32. Authentic Learning Environments
     Jan Herrington, Thomas C. Reeves, and Ron Oliver

33. Feedback Models for Learning, Teaching and Performance
     Elizabeth K. Molloy and David Boud

34. Advanced Technologies for Personalized Learning, Instruction, and Performance
     Mieke Vandewaetere and Geraldine Clarebout

35. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: Instructional Approaches, Group Processes and Educational Designs
     Peter Goodyear, Chris Jones, and Kate Thompson

36. Inquiry Learning
     Ard W. Lazonder

37. Model-Based Learning and Performance
     Norbert M. Seel

38. Game-Based Learning
     Sigmund Tobias, J. Dexter Fletcher, and Alexander P. Wind

39. Scaffolding: Definition, Current Debates, and Future Directions
     Brian R. Belland

40. Support Device Usage
     Geraldine Clarebout, Jan Elen, Lai Jiang, Griet Lust, and Norma A. Juarez Collazo

Section V - Domain-Specific Strategies and Models
M. David Merrill and Jan Elen

41. Technology-Enhanced, Modeling-Based Instruction (TMBI) in Science Education
      Ji Shen, Jing Lei, Hsin-Yi Chang, and Bahadir Namdar

42. Cognitive Task Analysis for Expert-Based Instruction in Healthcare
     Richard Clark

43. Mathematics Education
     Lieven Verschaffel and Brian Greer

44. Innovation and Research on Engineering Education
     Erik de Graaff and Anette Kolmos

45. Educational Technology in Social Studies Education
     Timothy Green, Jennifer Ponder, and Loretta Donovan

46. Visual Arts Education
     Barbara B. Lockee and Feihong Wang

47. Technologies That Support Students’ Literacy Development
     Carol McDonald Connor, Susan R. Goldman, and Barry Fishman

Section VI - Design, Planning, and Implementation
J. Michael Spector and M. David Merrill

48. Instructional Design Models
     Andrew S. Gibbons, Elizabeth Boling, and Kennon M. Smith

49. Change Agency in Learning, Instruction, and Performance
     Michael Ramon Savoy and Alison A. Carr-Chellman

50. Policies Governing Educational Technology Practice and Research
     Phillip Harris and Donovan R. Walling

51. Student-Centered, Open Learning Environments: Research, Theory, and Practice
     Michael J. Hannafin, Janette R. Hill, Susan M. Land, and Eunbae Lee

52. Preparing Instructional Designers: Traditional and Emerging Perspectives
     Monica W. Tracey and Elizabeth Boling

53. Technology-Based Instructional Design: Evolution and Major Trends
     Gilbert Paquette

Section VII - Emerging Technologies
M.J. Bishop and Jan Elen

54. Advancing Children’s Engineering Through Desktop Manufacturing
     Glen Bull, Jennifer Chiu, Robert Berry, Hod Lipson, and Charles Xie

55. Supporting Learning with Interactive Surfaces and Spaces
     Michael A. Evans and Jochen Rick

56. Smart Toy Based Learning
     Ann-Louise Davidson and Saul Carliner

57. e-Books for Educational Uses
     Ann-Louise Davidson and Saul Carliner

58. Situated Learning in Virtual Worlds and Immersive Simulations
     Lisa Dawley and Chris Dede

59. Augmented Reality Teaching and Learning
     Matt Dunleavy and Chris Dede

60. Web 2.0 Applications and Practices for Learning Through Collaboration
     Yu-Chang Hsu, Yu-Hui Ching, and Barbara L. Grabowski

61. Pedagogical Agents
     George Veletsianos and Gregory S. Russell

62. Adaptive Technologies
     Sabine Graf and Kinshuk

63. Open Educational Resources: A Review of the Literature
     David Wiley, T.J. Bliss, and Mary McEwen

64. Enhancing Learning with Visualization Techniques
     Joris Klerkx, Katrien Verbert, and Erik Duval

65. Emerging Representation Technologies for Problem Solving
     Ton de Jong

Section VIII - Technology Integration
M.J. Bishop and J. Michael Spector

66. Generational Differences and the Integration of Technology in Learning, Instruction, and Performance
     Eunjung Oh and Thomas C. Reeves

67. Measuring Technology Readiness and Skills
     Rhonda Christensen and Gerald A. Knezek

68. Technology Integration in Schools
     Randall S. Davies and Richard E. West

69. Synthesis of Recent Literature on Educational Technologies in Medical Curricula
     Tiffany A. Koszalka, John W. Epling, and Jennifer Lynn Reece-Barnes

70. Technology Integration in Multicultural Settings
     Konrad Morgan

Section IX - A Look Forward
M. David Merrill and Jan Elen

71. The Philosophy of Science and Educational Technology Research
     Sebnem Cilesiz and J. Michael Spector

72. ICT in Developing Countries: Policies, Implementation, and Impact
     Robert B. Kozma and Wayan Surya Vota

73. Prospects for Instructional Design and Teacher Education
     Ellen S. Hoffman

74. Fostering Relevant Research on Educational Communications and Technology
     Martin Oliver



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