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Paul Evans; Maarten Vansteenkiste; Philip Parker; Andrew Kingsford-Smith; Sijing Zhou – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Although cognitive load theory research has studied factors associated with motivation, these literatures have primarily been developed in isolation from each other. In this contribution, we aimed to advance both fields by examining the effects of instructional strategies on learners' experience of cognitive load, motivation, engagement, and…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Difficulty Level, Learning Motivation, Self Determination
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Richard E. Mayer – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
The cognitive theory of multimedia learning (Mayer, 2021, 2022), which seeks to explain how people learn academic material from words and graphics, has developed over the past four decades. Although the name and graphical representation of the theory have evolved over the years, the core ideas have been constant--dual channels (i.e., humans have…
Descriptors: Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials, Learning Theories, History
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Yu Wang; Yan Dong; Jessie Siew-Pin Leuk; Xuesong Zhai; Chang Xu; Yu Fu; Wei-Peng Teo – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Optimizing collaborative behavior is crucial in educational activities, directly improving academic performance, social skills, and social-emotional learning for both teachers and students. In an effort to decipher the mechanisms underlying the effectiveness of collaborative learning, educators and neuroscientists have initiated the collection and…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Educational Research, Research Design, Neurology
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Stoo Sepp; Shirley Agostinho; Sharon Tindall-Ford; Fred Paas – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Performing hand gestures such as pointing and tracing while learning is an area of increasing focus in educational research. Previous studies have demonstrated that learners who performed these gestures while engaging with static paper- or computer-based learning materials performed better on posttests in multiple learning areas, such as…
Descriptors: Nonverbal Communication, Imitation, Multimedia Instruction, Tablet Computers
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Zuofei Geng; Bei Zeng; Liping Guo – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Self-regulation develops rapidly during early childhood and is essential for academic and social adjustment. However, previous research has attempted to define the conceptualization and structure of self-regulation differently, leaving the field with an incomplete picture. The nature of the relations between self-regulation and early child…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Metacognition, Academic Ability, Self Control
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Steven J. Howard; Kate L. Lewis; Emma Walter; Irina Verenikina; Lisa K. Kervin – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Substantial research has aimed to characterise and measure early childhood education and care (ECEC) quality. However, heterogeneity in measures, methods and contexts across studies has made it difficult to reconcile the inconsistent associations reported between quality dimensions and child outcomes. While there is broad consensus that early…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Interaction, Child Development, Teacher Student Relationship
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Megan Rojo; Jenna Gersib; Sarah R. Powell; Zhina Shen; Sarah G. King; Syeda Sharjina Akther; Tessa L. Arsenault; Samantha E. Bos; Danielle O. Lariviere; Xin Lin – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
The efficacy of mathematics interventions for students with mathematics difficulties is a critical concern in educational research, particularly in light of the increasing demand for effective instructional strategies. While previous meta-analyses have explored various aspects of mathematics interventions, our study uniquely focuses on a broad…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Intervention, Mathematics Achievement, Educational Research
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Axel Grund; Stefan Fries; Matthias Nückles; Alexander Renkl; Julian Roelle – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
In the context of instructional design and self-regulated learning research, the notion of mental effort allocation, monitoring, and control has gained increasing attention. Bringing together a cognitive perspective, focusing on Cognitive Load Theory, and a motivational perspective, merging central accounts from Situated Expectancy Value Theory…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Metacognition, Performance, Academic Achievement
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Juan C. Castro-Alonso; Paul Ayres; Shirong Zhang; Björn B. de Koning; Fred Paas – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Research on embodied cognition acknowledges that cognitive processing is tightly coupled with bodily activities and the environment. An important implication for education is that learning can be enhanced when the brain, body, and environment mutually influence each other, such as when making or observing human actions, especially those involving…
Descriptors: Research, Cognitive Processes, Environment, Human Body
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Frank Reinhold; Timo Leuders; Katharina Loibl; Matthias Nückles; Maik Beege; Jan M. Boelmann – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
To explain successful subject matter learning with digital tools, the specification of mediating cognitive processes is crucial for any empirical investigation. We introduce a cognitive process framework for the mechanisms of learning with digital tools (CoDiL) that combines core ideas from the psychology of instruction…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Intellectual Disciplines, Learning Activities, Technology Uses in Education
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Kamilla Khamzina; Arnaud Stanczak; Célénie Brasselet; Caroline Desombre; Camille Legrain; Sandrine Rossi; Nicolas Guirimand; Federica Cilia – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Inclusive education refers to an educational approach in which all students can learn and participate in the mainstream school system. The successful implementation of inclusive practices is strongly determined by teachers' attitudes toward inclusive education and teacher training is one of several factors influencing these attitudes. Given the…
Descriptors: Program Design, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Inclusion
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Christine C. A. van Nooijen; Bjorn B. de Koning; Wichor M. Bramer; Anna Isahakyan; Maryam Asoodar; Ellen Kok; Jeroen J. G. van Merrienboer; Fred Paas – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Visual problem-solving is an essential skill for professionals in various visual domains. Novices in these domains acquire such skills through interactions with experts (e.g., apprenticeships). Experts guide novice visual problem-solving with scaffolding behaviours. However, there is little consensus about the description and classification of…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Difficulty Level, Expertise, Novices
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Majid Elahi Shirvan; Esmaeel Saeedy Robat; Abdullah Alamer; Nigel Mantou Lou; Elyas Barabadi – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Second language (L2) learners' beliefs about the nature of language learning, specifically language mindsets, is a recent productive line of L2 research. Researchers argue that language mindsets are key factors for language learning success. However, the association between language mindsets and different language learning outcomes is inconsistent…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Languages, Outcomes of Education, Language Attitudes
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Diego G. Campos; Tim Fütterer; Thomas Gfrörer; Rosa Lavelle-Hill; Kou Murayama; Lars König; Martin Hecht; Steffen Zitzmann; Ronny Scherer – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are crucial for advancing research, yet they are time-consuming and resource-demanding. Although machine learning and natural language processing algorithms may reduce this time and these resources, their performance has not been tested in education and educational psychology, and there is a lack of clear…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, Computer System Design, Natural Language Processing
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Brendan A. Schuetze – Educational Psychology Review, 2024
The computational model of school achievement represents a novel approach to theorizing school achievement, conceptualizing educational interventions as modifications to students' learning curves. By modeling the process and products of educational achievement simultaneously, this tool addresses several unresolved questions in educational…
Descriptors: Computation, Growth Models, Academic Achievement, Student Evaluation
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