Does Working Memory Capacity Moderate the Interleaving Benefit?
Sweat so you don’t forget: Exercise breaks during learning increases on-task attention and comprehension.
Study sequence matters for the inductive learning of cognitive concepts.
The effect of image quality, repeated study, and assessment method on anatomy learning.
Split‐Attention and Coherence Principles in Multimedia Instruction Can Rescue Performance for Learners with Lower Working Memory Capacity.
The mind that wanders: Challenges and potential benefits of mind wandering in education.
Testing together: When do students learn more through collaborative tests?
Educational Psychology Review 27 (2), 333-351
Reconceptualizing working memory in educational research.
A Systematic Assessment of ‘None of the Above’ on Multiple Choice Tests in a First Year Psychology Classroom.
Combining best-practice and experimental approaches: redundancy, images and misperceptions in multimedia learning.
Frontiers in Educational Psychology, 5(710), 1–7
Learners misperceive benefits of redundant text in multimedia learning.
Evaluating the effectiveness of combining the use of corrective feedback and high-level practice questions.
Assessing the Impact of Interactive Sampling Using Audience Response Systems.
Cooperation and competition in large classrooms.
Number and content variability of instructive examples promote structure-based learning.
Transformative Dialogues, 4(3), 1-10
Training undergraduate teaching assistants in a peer mentor course.
Blended learning. A case study at McMaster University.
The role of interest and images in slideshare presentations.
Using communities of practice to foster faculty development in higher education.