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华南师大焦建利老师研究的当代教育技术界十大人物

2005-11-10  昵称2722
华南师大焦建利老师研究的当代教育技术界十大人物
 David H. Jonassen
 Michael Hannafin
 Marcy P. Driscoll
 Edward P, Caffarella
 Thomas M Duffy
 Charles M Reigeluth
 Barbara A Seels
 Ann Thompson
 Rita C Richey
 David Williams


1、David H. Jonassen
 Distinguished Professor, Learning Technologies School of Information Science and learning Technologies
221C Townsend Hall University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211


 Research Interests:
 Designing constructivist learning environments
 Cognitive tools (Mindtools) for learning
 Cognitive modeling/Cognitive task analysis
 Systems dynamics/systems modeling
 Problem solving
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS
 PROBLEM SOLVING
 KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION
 Cognitive Modleing
 Cognitive Simulations
 Systems Modeling/Systems Dynamics
 Externalizing Knowledge Representations
 Mapping Knowledge Representations in Software
 Conveying, Assessing, and Acquiring Structural Knowledge
 TECHNOLOGIES
 Computer Mindtools for Critical Thinking (Cognitive Tools)
 Expert Systems for Student Modeling and Cognitive Simulations
 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND LEARNING
 Designing Constructivist (Problem-based) Learning Environments
 Cognitive Task Analysis

The Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology
 Published in 1996
 Granted by AECT
 7 Parts, 42 Chapters, Total 1245 Pages

2、Michael Hannafin
Dr. Hannafin earned his MS in Psychology from Ft. Hays State College in Kansas in 1974, and his Ph.D. in Educational Technology from Arizona State University in 1981. Dr. Hannafin is the Charles H. Wheatley-Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Technology-Enhanced Learning, and Director of the Learning and Performance Support Laboratory at the University of Georgia.


Dr. Hannafin‘s research focuses on developing and testing frameworks for the design of student-centered learning environments, especially those that are open-ended in nature.

 The mission of the LPSL is to engage in research and development in several areas, including:
 interactive learning environments,
 cognition and learning with emerging technologies,
 electronic performance support systems,
 assessment of technology‘s impact and effect on learning and performance, and
 educational applications of telecommunications and information technologies.
 Three major themes characterize the mission and spirit of the LPSL:
 a commitment to theoretically grounded research, both basic and applied, that contributes to our understanding of how learning and performance may be enhanced by technology;
 a commitment to research and development that will establish a leading-edge capability in the state of Georgia for technology-enhanced learning, performance assessment, and information access at all levels of education, training, and work; and
 a commitment to developing partnerships and research collaborations with other institutions, businesses, and agencies in the state, the nation, and internationally.

3、Marcy P. Driscoll
 Marcy P. Driscoll is Professor and currently the Department Chair of the Educational Research Department at Florida State University. She is the author or co-author of four textbooks in learning and instruction, including Psychology of Learning for Instruction, which won the 1995 Outstanding Book Award in Instructional Development from the Association of Educational Communications and Technology, and, with Robert M. Gagné, Essentials of Learning for Instruction.

She has also published numerous articles in professional journals on learning, instructional theory, and educational semiotics. In teaching, Professor Driscoll has won the Outstanding Instructor Award from the students in Instructional Systems and Educational Psychology in 1990-91, 1991-92, and 1994-95 and a
What do she see as the future of IT?
“ I see the field broadening and becoming even more interdisciplinary,drawing from research areas that perhaps to date have not had much impacton the field. This will probably raise more questions about who we are andwhat we are about, but I see these discussions as healthy. “

4、Edward P, Caffarella
 professor of educational technology at the University of Northern Colorado. He is the President-Elect of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology and will assume the Presidency in Dallas during the November, 2002 international conference.

Dr. Edward Caffarella :

5、Thomas M Duffy
 B.A., Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology (University of Illinois). Thomas M. Duffy, Professor of Education and Cognitive Science, is the Barbara B. Jacobs Chair of Education and Technology and the Director of the Center for Research on Learning and Technology in the School of Education, Indiana University. He came to Indiana from Carnegie Mellon where he was Director of the Communications Design Center and an Associate Professor of English and Psychology. Duffy‘s work over the last ten years has focused on the use of technology to support the design of inquiry based learning environments as well as on the implications of constructivism and situated cognition for the design of instruction. He has published over 100 articles as well as co-authoring, Online Help: Design and Evaluation and co-editing Constructivism and the Technology of Instruction: A Conversation and Designing Environments for Constructivist Learning.


Research Interests:
Research and teaching focuses on the design of learning environments that support inquiry and problem solving. Recent work has been focused on the design of distance education environments based on work in cogntive science on how people learn. More generally my interest is in the use of technology to support inquiry learning in post-secondary education and training.


6、Charles M Reigeluth

 Reigeluth’s Elaboration Theory - Reigeluth doctorate student of Merrill (originally developed jointly); a sequencing approach consistent with Component Display Theory; A "Zoom lens" sequencing approach - simple to complex, repeated general-to-specific; Steps - (a) present overview of simplest and most fundamental ideas, (b) add complexity to one aspect, (c) review the overview and show relationships to the details, (d) provide additional elaboration of details, (e) provide additional summary and synthesis.

7、Barbara A Seels
 She is Associate Professor of Education, Instructional Design and Technology, Department of Instruction and Learning, University of Pittsburgh.
Research Interests
 Her Research Interests includes
 Instructional Design
 Diffusion of Innovations
 Visual Thinking & Learning
 Message Design


8、Ann Thompson
 Professor & Chair, Curriculum and Instructional Technology Curriculum & Instruction,Iowa State University
Research Interests
 Research interests include: curriculum and instructional technology, technology collaborative between teacher education and K-12 schools, assessing effects of technology experiences on student learning

9、Rita C Richey
 Dr. Rita C. Richey is Professor and Program Coordinator in Instructional Technology for the College of Education at Wayne State University. She received her B.A. in English from the University of
Research Interests
 Dr. Richey‘s teaching and research interests include Instructional Design, Research and Theory in Instructional Technology, History and Trend in Instructional Technology.

 " To provide leadership and innovation in workplace learning, training and performance improvement by conducting collaborative research, professional development and serving as a resource for best practices information. "

10、David Williams
 Professor, Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Optics, Ophthalmology, and Biomedical Engineering

Research Interests
 David Williams is William G. Allyn Chair of Medical Optics, Director of Center for Visual Science
 University of Rochester

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