Charles Wedemeyer’s Theory of            Independent StudyNew Guidelines for Instruction                        EDACE 886 ...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                  #1Instruction should be available anyplace where there are s...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                    #2Instruction should place greaterresponsibility for learn...
Wedemeyer’s 10 New Guidelines for Instruction                   #3The instructional plan should free facultymembers from c...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                  #4The instructional system should offerlearners wider choice...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                  #5The instructional system shoulduse, as appropriate, all th...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                  #6The instructional system should mixand combine media and m...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                   #7The media and technology employedshould be articulated in...
Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction                   #8The instructional system should preserveand enhance oppor...
Wedemeyer’s 10 New Guidelines for Instruction                      #9The instructional system should evaluate studentachie...
Wedemeyer’s 10 New Guidelines for Instruction                    #10The system should permit students tostart, stop and le...
ReferencesWedemeyer, C. A. (1981). Learning at  the back door: Reflections on non-  traditional learning in the lifespan. ...
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Wedemeyer's new guidelines for instruction

  1. 1. Charles Wedemeyer’s Theory of Independent StudyNew Guidelines for Instruction EDACE 886 Wiki Group 1
  2. 2. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #1Instruction should be available anyplace where there are students – oreven only one student – whether ornot there are teachers at the sameplace at the same time.
  3. 3. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #2Instruction should place greaterresponsibility for learning on thestudent.
  4. 4. Wedemeyer’s 10 New Guidelines for Instruction #3The instructional plan should free facultymembers from custodial duties so thatmore of the teacher’s and learner’s timecan be given to truly educational tasks.
  5. 5. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #4The instructional system should offerlearners wider choices insubjects, formats, andmethodologies.
  6. 6. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #5The instructional system shoulduse, as appropriate, all theteaching media and methods thathave been proven to be effective.
  7. 7. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #6The instructional system should mixand combine media and methodsso that each subject or unit within asubject is taught in the mosteffective way.
  8. 8. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #7The media and technology employedshould be articulated in design and use;that is they should reinforce each otherand the structure of the subject matterand teaching plan.
  9. 9. Wedemeyer’s10 New Guidelines for Instruction #8The instructional system should preserveand enhance opportunities foradaptation to difference amongindividual learners as well as amongteachers.
  10. 10. Wedemeyer’s 10 New Guidelines for Instruction #9The instructional system should evaluate studentachievement not by raising barriers concerningthe place where the student studies, the rate atwhich he studies, the method by which hestudies, or even the sequence in which hestudies, but instead by evaluating as directly aspossible the achievement of learning goals.
  11. 11. Wedemeyer’s 10 New Guidelines for Instruction #10The system should permit students tostart, stop and learn at their ownpaces, consistent with learner short- andlong-range goals, situations, andcharacteristics.
  12. 12. ReferencesWedemeyer, C. A. (1981). Learning at the back door: Reflections on non- traditional learning in the lifespan. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

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