Cognition, Curriculum, and Literacy
by Carolyn Hedley, John Houtz, Anthony Baratta
January 1990, 234pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Praeger

Paperback: 978-0-89391-673-2
$55, £43, 48€, A76

This volume addresses the impact of cognitivism on teaching and learning in three ways: the changes in the ways educators have come to view the learner as a result of cognitive theories; the ways the immediate environment of the learner can be altered according to cognitive principles; and the progress cognitive psychologists have made directly toward the teaching of specific subjects.

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