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Anthony Gabriele

Professor
(319) 273-2899
Areas of Expertise: 

Psychology of Learning and Motivation
Quantitative Research Methods
Program Evaluation
Math education
At-risk students

Courses Taught: 

Learning and Motivation in Classroom Contexts
Educational Research
Foundations of Instructional Psychology
Quantitative Methods in Educational Research

Research Interests: 

Collaborative Learning and Testing
Metacognitive and Motivational processes
Children's computational strategy development
Teacher learning

Grants: 

Helping teachers use content knowledge strategically
Helping teachers use instructional time strategically
Augmenting the curriculum with a reform-oriented approach to
learning basic number facts
Learning from skilled peers: Goal orientation as a factor
mediating patterns of participation of low achieving students
Reflective practice and the comprehension of mathematics
lessons

Professional Affiliations: 

Association for Psychological Science
American Psychological Association, Dev 15 (Educational Psychology)

Ph.D.

Education: 

B.A. 1983 Clark University, Worcester, MA
M.A. 1989 University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D. 1993 University of Pittsburgh