His primary areas of investigation include Cognitive psychology, Self-regulated learning, Experiential learning, Cognition and Metacognition. His research investigates the connection between Cognitive psychology and topics such as Hypermedia that intersect with problems in Descriptive knowledge. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Self-regulated learning, focusing on Learning environment and, on occasion, Empirical research and Educational psychology.
Jeffrey A. Greene combines subjects such as Self-management and Science education with his study of Experiential learning. His Cognition research includes elements of Sophistication, Complex system, Protocol analysis and Skepticism. Jeffrey A. Greene has included themes like Mathematics education, Educational technology, Cognitive architecture, Goal orientation and Information processing theory in his Metacognition study.
Mathematics education, Self-regulated learning, Hypermedia, Cognitive psychology and Pedagogy are his primary areas of study. The Mathematics education study which covers Multilevel model that intersects with Content analysis. His work carried out in the field of Self-regulated learning brings together such families of science as Learning environment, Metacognition, Protocol analysis and Multimedia.
His Hypermedia study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Educational technology, Descriptive knowledge and TUTOR. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Experiential learning, Empirical research and Cognition, Domain specificity. In the subject of general Pedagogy, his work in Educational research and Active learning is often linked to The Internet, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematics education, Educational psychology, Cognition, Knowledge management and Test. His Mathematics education study frequently involves adjacent topics like Executive functions. His study in Cognition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology and Academic achievement.
His Developmental psychology research focuses on Learning environment and how it relates to Socioemotional selectivity theory. In general Knowledge management study, his work on Collaborative learning often relates to the realm of Process, Affect, Entertainment and Implementation, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Test research integrates issues from Confirmatory factor analysis, Grit, Clinical psychology and Non cognitive.
Jeffrey A. Greene focuses on Mathematics education, Educational psychology, Knowledge management, MEDLINE and Cognition. Mathematics education and Affordance are commonly linked in his work. He has researched Educational psychology in several fields, including Situated, Psychometrics and Achievement test.
His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Empirical research, Learning theory and Conceptualization. Among his MEDLINE studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Engineering ethics, Emerging technologies, Research review and Focus.
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A Theoretical Review of Winne and Hadwin’s Model of Self-Regulated Learning: New Perspectives and Directions
Jeffrey Alan Greene;Roger Azevedo.
Review of Educational Research (2007)
Why is externally-facilitated regulated learning more effective than self-regulated learning with hypermedia?
Roger Azevedo;Daniel C. Moos;Jeffrey A. Greene;Fielding I. Winters.
Educational Technology Research and Development (2008)
Self-Regulation of Learning within Computer-based Learning Environments: A Critical Analysis
Fielding I. Winters;Jeffrey A. Greene;Claudine M. Costich.
Educational Psychology Review (2008)
Adaptive Human Scaffolding Facilitates Adolescents’ Self-regulated Learning with Hypermedia
Roger Azevedo;Jennifer G. Cromley;Fielding I. Winters;Daniel C. Moos.
Instructional Science (2005)
A macro-level analysis of SRL processes and their relations to the acquisition of a sophisticated mental model of a complex system☆☆☆
Jeffrey Alan Greene;Roger Azevedo.
Contemporary Educational Psychology (2009)
Modeling Epistemic and Ontological Cognition: Philosophical Perspectives and Methodological Directions
Jeffrey A. Greene;Roger A. Azevedo;Judith Torney-Purta.
Educational Psychologist (2008)
Predictors of Retention and Achievement in a Massive Open Online Course
Jeffrey A. Greene;Christopher A. Oswald;Jeffrey Pomerantz.
American Educational Research Journal (2015)
Measuring critical components of digital literacy and their relationships with learning
Jeffrey Alan Greene;Seung B. Yu;Dana Z. Copeland.
Computers in Education (2014)
Historical, contemporary, and future perspectives on self-regulated learning and performance.
Dale H. Schunk;Jeffrey A. Greene.
The Measurement of Learners’ Self-Regulated Cognitive and Metacognitive Processes While Using Computer-Based Learning Environments
Jeffrey A. Greene;Roger Azevedo.
Educational Psychologist (2010)
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