First Principles of Instruction

One of the topics I write extensively about is Merrill's First Principles of Instruction. You can review the posts and articles below to learn more about these principles.

Scholarly Articles

Francom, G., & Gardner, J. (2013). How task-centered learning differs from problem-based learning: Epistemologies, influences, goals, and prescriptions. Educational Technology Magazine. 53(3), pp. 33-38.  (click for copy)

Gardner, J., & Belland, B., (2011). A conceptual framework for organizing active learning experiences in biology instruction. Journal of Science Education and Technology. (click for copy)

Gardner, J., (2011). How award-winning professors in higher education use Merrill’s first principles of instruction. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 8(5), p. 3-16. (click for copy)

Gardner, J. (2011). Investigating theoretical support for first principles of instruction: A systematic review. Midwest Journal of Educational Communication and Technology. 5(1) pp. 8-17. (click for copy)

Gardner, J. (2010). Applying Merrill’s first principles of instruction: Practical methods based on a review of the literature. Educational Technology Magazine, 50(2), pp. 20-25. (click for copy)

Gardner, J., & Jeon, T. K. (2009). Creating task-centered instruction for web-based instruction: Obstacles and solutions. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, (38)1, pp. 21-34. (click for copy)

Gardner, J., Bentley, J., & Cropper, M. (2008). Evaluating online course quality: Teaching evaluation using first principles of instruction. Midwest Journal of Educational Communication and Technology, 2(2), pp. 1-7. (click for copy)

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