Robert K. Atkinson
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Learning from examples: Instructional principles from the worked examples research
RK Atkinson, SJ Derry, A Renkl, D Wortham
Review of educational research 70 (2), 181-214, 2000
Structuring the transition from example study to problem solving in cognitive skill acquisition: A cognitive load perspective
A Renkl, RK Atkinson
Cognitive Load Theory, 15-22, 2016
Optimizing learning from examples using animated pedagogical agents.
RK Atkinson
Journal of Educational Psychology 94 (2), 416, 2002
Transitioning from studying examples to solving problems: Effects of self-explanation prompts and fading worked-out steps.
RK Atkinson, A Renkl, MM Merrill
Journal of educational psychology 95 (4), 774, 2003
Fostering social agency in multimedia learning: Examining the impact of an animated agent’s voice
RK Atkinson, RE Mayer, MM Merrill
Contemporary Educational Psychology 30 (1), 117-139, 2005
From example study to problem solving: Smooth transitions help learning
A Renkl, RK Atkinson, UH Maier, R Staley
The Journal of Experimental Education 70 (4), 293-315, 2002
How fading worked solution steps works–a cognitive load perspective
A Renkl, RK Atkinson, CS Große
Instructional science 32 (1), 59-82, 2004
Using animations and visual cueing to support learning of scientific concepts and processes
L Lin, RK Atkinson
Computers & Education 56 (3), 650-658, 2011
Fostering multimedia learning of science: Exploring the role of an animated agent’s image
Q Dunsworth, RK Atkinson
Computers & Education 49 (3), 677-690, 2007
Encountering the expertise reversal effect with a computer-based environment on electrical circuit analysis
J Reisslein, RK Atkinson, P Seeling, M Reisslein
Learning and instruction 16 (2), 92-103, 2006
Animated pedagogical agents: Does their degree of embodiment impact learning from static or animated worked examples?
MM Lusk, RK Atkinson
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2007
Interactive example-based learning environments: Using interactive elements to encourage effective processing of worked examples
RK Atkinson, A Renkl
Educational Psychology Review 19, 375-386, 2007
Animated agents and learning: Does the type of verbal feedback they provide matter?
L Lin, RK Atkinson, RM Christopherson, SS Joseph, CJ Harrison
Computers & Education 67, 239-249, 2013
Interactive learning environments: Contemporary issues and trends. An introduction to the special issue
A Renkl, RK Atkinson
Educational Psychology Review 19, 235-238, 2007
From studying examples to solving problems: Fading worked-out solution steps helps learning
A Renkl, RK Atkinson, UH Maier
Proceeding of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2000
Learning from examples: Fostering self-explanations in computer-based learning environments
A Renkl, RK Atkinson
Interactive learning environments 10 (2), 105-119, 2002
Investigating the impact of pedagogical agent gender matching and learner choice on learning outcomes and perceptions
G Ozogul, AM Johnson, RK Atkinson, M Reisslein
Computers & Education 67, 36-50, 2013
Learning from worked-out examples and problem solving.
A Renkl, RK Atkinson
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Transitioning from studying examples to solving problems: Combining fadijig with prompting foster learning.
RK Atkinson
J. Ed. Psychol 95, 774-783, 2003
Aiding Transfer in Statistics: Examining the Use of Conceptually Oriented Equations and Elaborations During Subgoal Learning.
RK Atkinson, R Catrambone, MM Merrill
Journal of Educational Psychology 95 (4), 762, 2003
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