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Dr. Moos Publishes with Amanda Miller (’13)

Dr. Moos and Amanda Miller (’13) recently published a research study in an internationally peer-review journal review (see below for reference).  Think-aloud and self-report data from 37 participants were used to examine the stability of self-regulated learning (SRL). Participants, all of whom were pre-service teachers, learned about two topics (Circulatory System and Constructivism) with hypermedia. […]

Dr. Moos to present three papers at the American Educational Research Association Conference

Dr. Moos had three papers accepted for presentation at this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference. One of these papers (Flipping the classroom: Embedding self-regulated learning prompts in videos) was co-authored by Caitlin Bonde, a recent graduate from our Elementary Education program. A second paper (Pre-service Teachers’ Developing Views of Instructional Practice: The Impact of […]

Dr. Moos appointed as the College Assessment Director

Dr. Moos was recently appointed as the College Assessment Director. He will be responsible for supporting academic departments and programs of the College in ongoing assessment processes. The Director will also assist offices and units on campus to develop and implement evaluations of their units’ contributions to student learning. Dr. Moos, who is also the […]

Dr. Moos publishes with Amanda Miller (’13)

Dr. Daniel Moos co-authored an article in British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science with Amanda Miller, an Elementary Education graduate from Gustavus Adolphus College (’13). This study examined how epistemological beliefs (EB) and self-regulated learning beliefs (SRLB) affect pre-service teachers’ evaluation of lesson plans. The sample included 33 pre-service teachers, all of whom […]

Dr. Daniel Moos elected as the Jr. Chair for the SSRL Special Interest Group

I am honored to have been elected to serve as the Junior Chair for the SSRL Special Interest Group (SIG). SIGs support the mission of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The mission of the Studying and Self-Regulated (SSRL) SIG is to pomote “the development of theory and research in academic studying and self-regulated learning across […]

Dr. Moos publishes with Christopher Stewart (’10)

Dr. Daniel Moos co-authored a chapter in International Handbook of Metacognition and Learning Technologies with Christopher Stewart, a Secondary Education graduate from Gustavus Adolphus College (’10). This book, published by Springer Science, includes two volumes dedicated to metacognition and self-regulation within the context of technology designed for learning, performance, and training. Our chapter outlines the […]

Drs. Moos and Pitton publish in Teaching Education

Dr. Daniel Moos and Dr. Debra Pitton co-authored an article (Student teacher challenges: Using the Cognitive Load Theory as an explanatory lens) that was recently accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Teaching Education. The Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) can explain the challenges faced by student teachers. This study, guided by the CLT, included twenty-six […]

Dr. Daniel C. Moos publishes with Alyssa Ringdal ’12

Dr. Moos and Alyssa Ringdal ’12 co-authored a literature review (“Self-regulated learning in the classroom: A literature review on the teacher’s role”), work that was supported by the Presidential Faculty/Student Collaboration Grant. Alyssa Ringdal is a 2012 Gustavus graduate, majoring in Elementary Education with a literature/communications concentration. Their literature review was accepted for publication in […]

Dr. Daniel C. Moos named to Editorial Board for Metacognition and Learning

Dr. Daniel C. Moos was named to the Editorial Board for the internationally peer-reviewed journal Metacognition and Learning. This journal addresses various components of metacognition, such as metacognitive awareness, experiences, knowledge, and executive skills.

Presidential Faculty Student Collaboration Grant awarded to Dr. Daniel C. Moos

Dr. Daniel C. Moos was recently awarded the Presidential Faculty Student Collaboration Grant for the Summer of 2011. This grant will support a collaborative research project with one of the College’s pre-service teachers, Alyssa Ringdal. Dr. Moos is honored to have received this award and looks forward to working with Alyssa. This grant will support […]