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Edgar, D.W. (2012). Learning Theories and Historical Events Affecting Instructional Design in Education: Recitation Literacy Toward Extraction Literacy Practices, October-December 2012:1-9, p.5. Retrieved on September 6, 2015 from SAGE Open. doi: 10.1177/2158244012462707
Contemporary Learning Theories and Theorists