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Fong, Carlton J.; Schallert, Diane L. – Educational Psychologist, 2023
When a learner receives feedback, important motivational and emotional processes are triggered that control whether and how the learner reengages in a learning activity and successfully adjusts in response to what the feedback suggests. We aim to highlight how motivation and emotion processes influence feedback effectiveness, and how our…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Psychological Patterns, Student Attitudes, Feedback (Response)
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Zengilowski, Allison; Schuetze, Brendan A.; Nash, Brady L.; Schallert, Diane L. – Educational Psychologist, 2021
Refutation texts, rhetorical tools designed to reduce misconceptions, have garnered attention across four decades and many studies. Yet, the ability of a refutation text to change a learner's mind on a topic needs to be qualified and modulated. In this critical review, we bring attention to sources of constraints often overlooked by refutation…
Descriptors: Misconceptions, Instructional Materials, Research Problems, Research Methodology
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Reynolds, Ralph E.; Schallert, Diane L.; Alexander, Patricia A. – Educational Psychologist, 2009
In this response, we acknowledge the central concerns of the commentators to our article on learning's topography. We respond to those concerns on the basis of the multiplicity of views about learning that reside within the learning terrain we outlined in Alexander, Schallert, and Reynolds (2009/this issue).
Descriptors: Topography, Educational Technology, Maps, History
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Alexander, Patricia A.; Schallert, Diane L.; Reynolds, Ralph E. – Educational Psychologist, 2009
The overarching purpose of this treatise was to develop a means by which to describe and evaluate existing perspectives on learning and to guide future explorations in this domain. Specifically, using the metaphor of a river system, we advance a framework into which theoretical perspectives and empirical investigations of learning can be…
Descriptors: Investigations, Figurative Language, Active Learning, Teaching Models