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NAPLeS Syllabi

On this page you can find and download a collection of syllabi that were allocated by different existing Learning Sciences programs. We have arranged the syllabi in four different main themes:

(1) How People Learn, (2) Supporting Learning, (3) Methodologies for the Learning Sciences and (4) Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning.

Keywords may help you to find the syllabi you are interested in.

 

How People Learn

Doctoral Seminar

by Brent Davis & Michele Jacobsen, University of Calgary

Embodied Cognition

by Mitchell Nathan, University of Wisconsin

Foundations of Teaching and Learning

by Yasmin B. Kafai, University of Pennsylvania

Keywords: Learning Theories, communities

Foundations of the Learning Sciences

by Lina Markauskaite, University of Sydney

Keywords: Theories of technology-enhanced learning, cognitive learning theories, foundations of instructional design principles, foundations of learning sciences research

Historical and Philosophical Foundations in the Learning Sciences/Cognitive and Socio-cultural Foundations of the Learning Sciences

 by Patrim Sengupta, University of Calgary

Introduction to learning, instruction, training and technology

by Frank Fischer and Jan-Willem Strijbos, LMU Munich

Introduction to Learning Science I*

by Martina Rau, University of Wisconsin, Madison

*In this syllabus NAPLeS ressources from the webinar series are integrated

Introduction to Learning Science II*

by Martina Rau, University of Wisconsin, Madison

*In this syllabus NAPLeS ressources from the webinar series are integrated

Introduction to the Learning Sciences

by Lina Markauskaite, University of Sydney

Keywords: Theories of technology-enhanced learning, cognitive learning theories, foundations of instructional design principles, foundations of learning sciences research

Learning Theory

by Victor Lee, Utah State University

Keywords: learning, psychology, cognitivism, sociocultural, introductory

Learning Sciences: Theories, Concepts, and Environments

by Jimmy Scherrer, North Carolina State University

Teaching and Learning with Educational Technology

by Jan van Aalst, University of Hong Kong

The Learning Sciences

by Jan van Aalst, University of Hong Kong

 

Supporting Learning

Design of Learning Environments: Theories, Methods, Designs, and Applications

by Susan Yoon, University of Pennsylvania

Keywords: digital learning environments, learning theories, system variables that impact learning and design

Fostering 21st Century Skills with Knowledge Building

by Jan van Aalst, University of Hong Kong

Interactive Learning Environments

by Sadhana Puntambekar, University of Wisconsin

Learning through Problem-solving: Issues for Research and Design

by Cindy Hmelo-Silver and Catherine Eberbach, Indiana University

Keywords: problem-solving, research, design

Learning with Technology in and out of school - part 1

by William Penuel, University of Colorado

Learning with Technology in and out of school - part 2

by William Penuel, University of Colorado

Research in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences

by Victor Lee, Utah State University

Keywords: design-based research, doctoral level, maker movement, new media, cyberlearning

 

Methodologies for the Learning Sciences

Analysis of Quantitative Research - part I

by Ming Ming Chiu, University at Buffalo - State University of New York

Analysis of Quantitative Research - part II

by Ming Ming Chiu, University at Buffalo - State University of New York

Approaches to Intervention in the Learning Sciences

by William Penuel, University of Colorado

Keywords: intervention, design research, scaling

Design-based Research Methods: Applications for Educational Research

by Heather Toomey Zimmermann, Penn State University

Design Research Methods - part I

by Megan Bang and Philip Bell, University of Washington

Design Research Methods - part II

by Megan Bang and Philip Bell, University of Washington

Ethnography of Human Development, Cognition and Learning

by Megan Bang and Philip Bell, University of Washington

Learning in the Disciplines

by Jan van Aalst, University of Hong Kong

Methods of Research and Enquiry

by Jan van Aalst, University of Hong Kong

 

Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

Cognition, Collaboration, and Technology

by Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Indiana University

Keywords: cognition, collaboration, technology

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

by Carolyn Rosé, Carnegie Mellon University

 

Thanks to all authors sending us their syllabi to have them publicly available on the NAPLeS website. We would like to encourage all NAPLeS members to share their Syllabi.

A NAPLeS task force (Susan Yoon, Kris Lund, Baohui Zhang and Stian Haklev) is collecting syllabi of the NAPLeS member programs that will be made available to all NAPLeS members or publicly on the webpage. For further information about the syllabi exchange or for submitting/updating your program's syllabi please contact the task force directly: naples@isls.org

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