Shaaron Ainsworth
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DeFT: A conceptual framework for considering learning with multiple representations
S Ainsworth
Learning and instruction 16 (3), 183-198, 2006
17802006
The functions of multiple representations
S Ainsworth
Computers & education 33 (2-3), 131-152, 1999
16631999
Drawing to learn in science
S Ainsworth, V Prain, R Tytler
Science 333 (6046), 1096-1097, 2011
6652011
Motivating children to learn effectively: Exploring the value of intrinsic integration in educational games
MPJ Habgood, SE Ainsworth
The Journal of the Learning Sciences 20 (2), 169-206, 2011
5492011
The effects of self‐explaining when learning with text or diagrams
S Ainsworth, A Th Loizou
Cognitive science 27 (4), 669-681, 2003
5342003
Multiple forms of dynamic representation
S Ainsworth, N VanLabeke
Learning and instruction 14 (3), 241-255, 2004
3962004
The educational value of multiple-representations when learning complex scientific concepts
S Ainsworth
Visualization: Theory and practice in science education, 191-208, 2008
3782008
Examining the effects of different multiple representational systems in learning primary mathematics
S Ainsworth, P Bibby, D Wood
The Journal of the Learning Sciences 11 (1), 25-61, 2002
3722002
Endogenous fantasy and learning in digital games
MPJ Habgood, SE Ainsworth, S Benford
Simulation & Gaming 36 (4), 483-498, 2005
2862005
Authoring tools for advanced technology learning environments: Toward cost-effective adaptive, interactive and intelligent educational software
T Murray, S Blessing, S Ainsworth
Springer Science & Business Media, 2003
2472003
Acquiring knowledge in science and mathematics: the use of multiple representations in technology based learning environments
T De Jong, S Ainsworth, M Dobson, A van der Hulst, J Levonen, ...
Learning with multiple representations, 9-40, 1998
2451998
Decoding learning: The proof, promise and potential of digital education
R Luckin, B Bligh, A Manches, S Ainsworth, C Crook, R Noss
Nesta, 2012
1752012
How do animations influence learning
S Ainsworth
Current perspectives on cognition, learning, and instruction: Recent …, 2008
1702008
Analysing the costs and benefits of multi-representational learning environments
SE Ainsworth, PA Bibby, DJ Wood
Learning with multiple representations, 120-134, 1998
1571998
The impact of text coherence on learning by self-explanation
S Ainsworth, S Burcham
Learning and instruction 17 (3), 286-303, 2007
1432007
On becoming a tutor: Toward an ontogenetic model
D Wood, H Wood, S Ainsworth, C O'Malley
Cognition and Instruction 13 (4), 565-581, 1995
1301995
Information technology and multiple representations: New opportunities–new problems
SE Ainsworth, PA Bibby, DJ Wood
Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education 6 (1), 93-105, 1997
1121997
Creating personal meaning through technology-supported science inquiry learning across formal and informal settings
S Anastopoulou, M Sharples, S Ainsworth, C Crook, C O'Malley, M Wright
International Journal of Science Education 34 (2), 251-273, 2012
1082012
REDEEM: Exploiting symbiosis between psychology and authoring environments
N Major, S Ainsworth, D Wood
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 8 (3/4), 317-340, 1997
1011997
Do haptic representations help complex molecular learning?
P Bivall, S Ainsworth, LAE Tibell
Science Education 95 (4), 700-719, 2011
882011
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