Expanded Links


Huge Effects

Pennebaker, J.W. & Chung, C.K. (in press). Expressive writing and its links to mental and physical health. In H. Friedman (Ed.), Oxford handbook of health psychology. New York , NY : Oxford. A general summary of expressive writing research.

Mindset
Self-affirmation
Grit (?)
Mindfulness (?)
CBT (?)
CBT for social-emotional skills (add link from twitter)
General skills: Brown (Reciprocal Teaching), White (?), McNamara
Tools..


General Considerations, Approaches, Methodology


Cognitive Task Analysis


*Pennebaker, J.W. (2004). Theories, therapies, and taxpayers: On the complexities of the expressive writing paradigm.Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 11, 138-142. A review of recent research and thinking about expressive writing. No one theory explains it. In evaluating expressive writing, we need to be attentive to economically-relevant outcome measures, i.e., think of research from the taxpayers' perspective.





Teachable Agents


Cognitive Load


Sweller, J. (1988). Cognitive load during problem solving: Effects on learningCognitive science12(2), 257-285. (online pdf)

Long-Term Working Memory



Deliberate Practice


Metacognitive Training


Self-Assessment


Planning


Motivation


Grit

Self-Affirmation, Self-Identity, & Self-Concept (engaged in project based learning?)
Incorporating Game Principles
Habit/Behavior Change Principles

Persuasion


Gamification

Models/Theories of Conceptual Structure 

Conceptual Change
Conceptual Representation
Mental models


(as relates to...)

Goal-setting (GOALS)
Long-Term Working Memory

Habit/Behavior Change Principles


Technology (great examples)

Persuasive Technologies

Reminders


Knowledge Management


Checklists

Some combination of a checklist and logical knowledge, easily updatable?


Electronic Performance Support Systems



Kids First/Preschool Education




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