My publications are divided into five topics:
The Paradigm Change Process
Instructional Theory for the New Paradigm
Educational Technology for the New Paradigm
Organizational Structure of the New Paradigm
My early work here was strongly influenced by Bela Banathy and Patrick Jenlink, while my more recent work has been strongly influenced by Francis Duffy and my field experience in Decatur.
In this section, I chrono-logically present my work on instructional theory, though some publica-tions here also deal with the other aspects of a vision and thus are repeated there.
These publications address ways that tech-nology can serve the learner-centered paradigm of education: recordkeeping, planning, instruction, and assess-ment for learning.
This is the third major part of a vision of the learner-centered paradigm. It includes teacher ownership of schools, and choice for students, parents, and teachers, among others.
These are publications that don't fit into any of the previous categories.
Special Issue of Educational Technology
I co-edited a special issue of Educational Technology on paradigm change in education - Volume 54, Number 3 (May-June 2014). It contains the following articles:
Paradigm change in educaiton: Introduction to special issue, by Charles M. Reigeluth & Francis M. Duffy, Guest Editors PDF
A paradigm for learning in a world of continuous change, by Scott Thompson
How to personalize learning in K-12 schools: Five essential design features, by Dabae Lee
The learner-centered paradigm of education: Roles for technology, by Charles M. Reigeluth PDF
Transformational dialogues for public education: Moving from tweaking to transforming at the state level, by Daniel H. Kim
Paradigms, mental models, and mind-sets: Triple barriers to transformational change in school systems, by Francis M. Duffy
Engaging at-risk populations in the systemic educational transformation process, by Sunnie Lee Watson & William R. Watson
Transforming education with self-directed project-based learning: The Minnesota New Country School, by Sinem Aslan, Charles M. Reigeluth & Dee Thomas PDF
Implementing learner-centered educational strategies: The Bloomington Project School, by Pratima Dutta
Redesigning higher education: Embracing a new paradigm, by William R. Watson & Sunnie Lee Watson
Paradigm change in military education and training, by Herbert H. Bell & Charles M. Reigeluth PDF
Instruction and Technology for the New Paradigm
This article synthesizes much of my recent thinking about instruction and technology in the learner-centered paradigm of education:
Personalized Integrated Educational System (PIES)
This article is the culmination of a five-year project by my research team to develop design specifications for a technology platform to support the learner-centered, competency-based paradigm of education, in contrast to most technology tools that support the teacher-centered, time-based paradigm.
Reigeluth, C.M., Aslan, S., Chen, Z., Dutta, P., Huh, Y., Jung, E., Lee, D., Lin, C-Y., Lu, Y-H., Min, M., Tan, V., Watson, S.L., & Watson, W.R. (2015). PIES: Technology functions for the learner-centered paradigm of education. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 53(3), 459-496. DOI 10.1177/0735633115603998 PDF