Using Mainstream Game to Teach Technology through an Interest Framework

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LSAC RESEARCH REPORT SERIES � Assessing the Impact of Topic Interest on Comprehension Processes – Joseph P. Magliano, A M. Durik, Janet K. Holt - 2011
13 Interest, learning and the psychological processes that mediate their relationship – Mary Ainley, Suzanne Hidi, Dagmar Berndorff - 2002
Frank WickerTHE EFFECTS OF A PROBLEM BASED LEARNING DIGITAL GAME ON CONTINUING MOTIVATION TO LEARN SCIENCE – Paul K. Toprac, Liu Min Supervisor, James Barufaldi, Norvell Northcutt, Stuart Reifel, Paul K. Toprac
17 The development of expertise: the journey from acclimation to proficiency – Patricia A. Alexander - 2003
Motivating Active Learning: A Design Framework for Interest-driven Learning – Daniel C. Edelson, Diana M. Joseph - 2001
Measuring Learner Engagement in Computer-Equipped College Classrooms – Monica E. Bulger, Richard E. Mayer, Kevin C. Almeroth, Sheridan, D. Blau
3 of Education Psychology – Monica Bulger, Richard E. Mayer, Kevin C. Almeroth
The development of middle school children’s interest in statistical literacy – Colin Stuart Carmichael
Assessing 21 st Century Skills: Integrating Research Findings National Council on Measurement in Education – Vancouver B. C, Emily R. Lai, Michaela Viering
Essentials of High School Reform: New Forms of Assessment and Contextual Teaching and Learning – Edited Betsy Brand - 2003
Olaf Köller Humboldt University – Ulrich Trautwein, Oliver Lüdtke, Herbert W. Marsh, Jürgen Baumert
1 Coherence or interest: Which is most important in online multimedia learning? – Derek A. Muller, Kester J. Lee, Manjula D. Sharma
Chapter 5 The future of multimedia learning: Essential issues for research – Alexander Muller, D. A. Muller, J. Eklund, M. D. Sharma, D. A. Muller, M. D. Sharma, D. A. Muller, M. D. Sharma
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 3/5 (2009): 785–797, 10.1111/j.1751-9004.2009.00210.x Interesting Things and Curious People: Exploration and Engagement as Transient States and Enduring Strengths – Paul J. Silvia, Todd B. Kashdan
Students – Anna Uitto, Kalle Juuti, Jari Lavonen, Veijo Meisalo
DOI: 10.4230/OASIcs.CMN.2013.214 Using Unexpected Simplicity to Control Moral Judgments and Interest in Narratives ∗ – Antoine Saillenfest, Jean-louis Dessalles - 2013
MASTER THESIS THE INFLUENCE OF PERSONALIZATION ON EDUCATION AND ENJOYMENT IN A MUSEUM – L. M. Perloy, The Hague, The Netherl
oro.open.ac.uk Mobile Learning: Research, Practice and Challenges – Mike Sharples
Contents Papers – Guest Avi Hofstein, Rachel Mamlok-naaman