Toni Kempler Rogat
Toni Kempler Rogat
Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, Purdue University
Verified email at purdue.edu
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Motivation and cognitive engagement in learning environments
PC Blumenfeld, TM Kempler, JS Krajcik
na, 2006
6392006
“What's everybody so excited about?”: The effects of teacher enthusiasm on student intrinsic motivation and vitality
BC Patrick, J Hisley, T Kempler
The Journal of experimental education 68 (3), 217-236, 2000
6092000
Current issues in achievement goal theory and research
PR Pintrich, AMM Conley, TM Kempler
International Journal of Educational Research 39 (4-5), 319-337, 2003
4502003
Cognitive processing of self-report items in educational research: Do they think what we mean?
AK STUART, EW MICHAEL, MF JEANNE, VA BRIDGET, J Blazevski, ...
Educational Psychologist 42 (3), 139-151, 2007
381*2007
Affect and engagement during small group instruction
L Linnenbrink-Garcia, TK Rogat, KLK Koskey
Contemporary Educational Psychology 36 (1), 13-24, 2011
2832011
Socially Shared Regulation in Collaborative Groups: An Analysis of the Interplay Between Quality of Social Regulation and Group Processes
TK Rogat, L Linnenbrink-Garcia
Cognition and Instruction 29 (4), 375-415, 2011
2342011
Collaborative group engagement in a computer-supported inquiry learning environment
S Sinha, TK Rogat, KR Adams-Wiggins, CE Hmelo-Silver
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 10 (3 …, 2015
1152015
Other-regulation in collaborative groups: Implications for regulation quality
TK Rogat, KR Adams-Wiggins
Instructional Science 42 (6), 879-904, 2014
592014
Interrelation between regulatory and socioemotional processes within collaborative groups characterized by facilitative and directive other-regulation
TK Rogat, KR Adams-Wiggins
Computers in Human Behavior 52, 589-600, 2015
522015
Student learning in science classrooms: What role does motivation play?
C Bonney, T Kempler, A Zusho, B Coppola, P Pintrich
Beyond Cartesian Dualism, 83-97, 2005
502005
Motivation in collaborative groups
TK Rogat, L Linnenbrink-García, N DiDonato
International handbook of collaborative learning, 250-267, 2013
472013
Exploration of the cognitive regulatory sub-processes employed by groups characterized by socially shared and other-regulation in a CSCL context
A Lee, AM O’Donnell, TK Rogat
Computers in Human Behavior 52, 617-627, 2015
432015
Helping behaviors in collaborative groups in math: A descriptive analysis
TM Kempler, EA Linnenbrink
Help seeking in academic settings: Goals, groups, and contexts, 89-116, 2006
432006
Teachers’ autonomy-relevant practices within an inquiry-based science curricular context: Extending the range of academically significant autonomy-supportive practices
T Rogat, S Witham, C Chinn
Teachers College Record 116 (7), 1-46, 2014
402014
Understanding quality variation in socially shared regulation: A focus on methodology
TK Rogat, L Linnenbrink-Garcia
Interpersonal regulation of learning and motivation, 116-138, 2013
192013
Exploring self-regulation in group contexts
T Kempler, L Linnenbrink-Garcia
International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc., 2007
142007
Optimizing students' motivation in inquiry-based learning environments: The role of instructional practices
TM Kempler
University of Michigan, 2006
122006
Help seeking and perceived classroom context
SA Karabenick, A Zusho, TM Kempler
biennial meeting of the European Association for Research on Learning and …, 2005
122005
Demonstrating Competence Within One’s Group or in Relation to Other Groups: A Person-Oriented Approach to Studying Achievement Goals in Small Groups
TK Rogat, L Linnenbrink-Garcia
Contemporary Educational Psychology, 2019
62019
Variation in other-regulation and the implications for competence negotiation
KR Adams-Wiggins, TK Rogat
International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2013
52013
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