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Anmarkrud, Øistein; Andresen, Anette; Bråten, Ivar – Educational Psychologist, 2019
This article reviews contemporary research on multimedia learning that uses cognitive load theory as the major theoretical framework. In particular, we address the extent to which working memory has been conceptualized and measured in this research, what kind of subjective measures of cognitive load have been used and whether such measures are…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Difficulty Level, Multimedia Instruction, Short Term Memory
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Ben-Eliyahu, Adar – Educational Psychologist, 2019
The aim of this article is to map the academic emotional learning cycle from a theoretical and practical perspective through the lens of self-regulated learning. Focusing on the learner, a further iteration of the emotional dimension of the integrated self-regulated learning model is articulated by considering within-individual components (i.e.,…
Descriptors: Emotional Development, Emotional Intelligence, Psychological Patterns, Learning Processes
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Harley, Jason M.; Pekrun, Reinhard; Taxer, Jamie L.; Gross, James J. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Achievement emotions are critical because of their impact on success and failure in important domains such as learning. These emotions may be modified via emotion regulation (ER). The dominant process model of ER (PMER) proposed by J. Gross, however, provides a domain-general account of ER strategies and has not had substantial contact with…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Self Control, Emotional Adjustment, Academic Achievement
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Girvan, Erik J.; McIntosh, Kent; Smolkowski, Keith – Educational Psychologist, 2019
There are substantial racial disparities in school discipline but little agreement on how best to measure them. The choice of metric can influence conclusions about the magnitude of racial discipline disproportionality and intervention effectiveness. This article describes 2 common (risk ratio, risk difference) and 3 relatively novel (standardized…
Descriptors: Discipline, Racial Differences, Racial Bias, Disproportionate Representation
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List, Alexandra; Alexander, Patricia A. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
We introduce the Integrated Framework of Multiple Texts to understand how students use and form connections between multiple texts to accomplish personal or task goals. The Integrated Framework of Multiple Texts conceptualizes students' multiple text use as unfolding over the course of three stages--preparation, execution, and production. In the…
Descriptors: Assignments, Planning, Production Techniques, Prior Learning
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Wong, Sarah Shi Hui; Lim, Stephen Wee Hun – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Errors are often perceived as undesirable events to be avoided at all costs. However, a growing body of research suggests that making errors is, in fact, beneficial for learning. Building on human resource development literature, the present review proposes a 3P framework of approaches to errors during learning: prevention (avoiding or observing…
Descriptors: Error Patterns, Prevention, Teaching Methods, Student Characteristics
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McKown, Clark – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Interest in school-based strategies to support student social and emotional learning (SEL) is strong. Although SEL policies and programs designed to support the development of student competencies have advanced significantly, less work has been done to develop methods of assessing student social and emotional competence. This article briefly…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Interpersonal Competence, Faculty Development
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Jones, Stephanie M.; McGarrah, Michael W.; Kahn, Jennifer – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Decades of research and practice in social and emotional development have left us with a body of knowledge that tells us that (1) social, emotional, and cognitive development are intertwined in the brain and in behavior and influence school and life outcomes; (2) social, emotional, and cognitive skills and competencies grow in supportive…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Individual Development, Cognitive Development
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Brackett, Marc A.; Bailey, Craig S.; Hoffmann, Jessica D.; Simmons, Dena N. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process of integrating cognition, emotion, and behavior in our lives. In school settings, it involves systemic practices to incorporate SEL into leading, teaching, learning such that adults and children build self- and social awareness, learn to manage their own and other's emotions and behavior, make…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Teaching Methods, Theories
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Jagers, Robert J.; Rivas-Drake, Deborah; Williams, Brittney – Educational Psychologist, 2019
This article seeks to develop transformative social and emotional learning (SEL), a form of SEL intended to promote equity and excellence among children, young people, and adults. We focus on issues of race/ethnicity as a first step toward addressing the broader range of extant inequities. Transformative SEL is anchored in the notion of…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Social Development, Emotional Development, Equal Education
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Schonert-Reichl, Kimberly A. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Around the globe, dialogs about educational reform and the integration of social and emotional learning (SEL) into policy and curriculum are proliferating. SEL is now a worldwide phenomenon and not just a passing fad, with SEL approaches and programs being implemented in countries throughout the world. Articles included in this special issue are…
Descriptors: Social Development, Emotional Development, Success, Academic Achievement
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Elias, Maurice J. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
Social-emotional learning (SEL) refers to a set of competencies that form the basis of human interaction. So, SEL in schools is no fad. But what would happen if every school actively wanted to bring in SEL tomorrow? Using the articles in the special issue on SEL as a springboard, this article looks at the neurological basis of SEL, SEL best…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Social Development, Emotional Development, Educational Quality
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Immordino-Yang, Mary Helen; Darling-Hammond, Linda; Krone, Christina R. – Educational Psychologist, 2019
New advances in neurobiology are revealing that brain development and the learning it enables are directly dependent on social-emotional experience. Growing bodies of research reveal the importance of socially triggered epigenetic contributions to brain development and brain network configuration, with implications for social-emotional…
Descriptors: Brain, Cognitive Development, Social Development, Emotional Development
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Gray, DeLeon L.; Hope, Elan C.; Matthews, Jamaal S. – Educational Psychologist, 2018
This article is guided by two goals: (a) to consider how race-based perspectives can serve as theoretical tools for investigating Black adolescents' opportunities to belong at school, and (b) to describe cultural and political aspects of schooling that can support a sense of belongingness among Black adolescents. We discuss support for the…
Descriptors: African American Students, Racial Factors, Adolescents, Student School Relationship
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Graham, Sandra – Educational Psychologist, 2018
In this article, I describe a program of research on the psychosocial benefits of racial/ethnic diversity in urban middle schools. It is hypothesized that greater diversity can benefit students' mental health, intergroup attitudes, and school adaptation via three mediating mechanisms: (a) the formation and maintenance of cross-ethnic friendships,…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Ethnicity, Racial Identification, Adjustment (to Environment)
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