Description:Instructional Science promotes a deeper understanding of the nature, theory, and practice of the instructional process and resultant learning. Papers represent a variety of perspectives from the learning sciences and cover learning by people of all ages, in all areas of the curriculum, and in informal and formal learning contexts. The journal stands out by providing space for full and detailed reporting of major studies that address learning processes, learning technology, learner characteristics, and learning outcomes. With an emphasis on original empirical research, all of its contents make a contribution to the science of instruction by drawing out the instructional implications of new research on learning.
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combined with another title.
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