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Roy Pea
Roy Pea
Other namesRoy D. Pea
David Jack Professor of Learning Sciences and Education, and Computer Science (Courtesy)
Verified email at stanford.edu - Homepage
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Computational thinking in K–12: A review of the state of the field
S Grover, R Pea
Educational researcher 42 (1), 38-43, 2013
31102013
Practices of distributed intelligence and designs for education
RD Pea
Distributed cognitions: Psychological and educational considerations 11, 47-87, 1993
26121993
Addressing the challenges of inquiry-based learning through technology and curriculum design
DC Edelson, DN Gordin, RD Pea
Journal of the learning sciences 8 (3-4), 391-450, 1999
18601999
The social and technological dimensions of scaffolding and related theoretical concepts for learning, education, and human activity
RD Pea
Scaffolding, 423-451, 2018
17112018
Conducting video research in the learning sciences: Guidance on selection, analysis, technology, and ethics
SJ Derry, RD Pea, B Barron, RA Engle, F Erickson, R Goldman, R Hall, ...
The journal of the learning sciences 19 (1), 3-53, 2010
16582010
Changing how and what children learn in school with computer-based technologies
JM Roschelle, RD Pea, CM Hoadley, DN Gordin, BM Means
The future of children, 76-101, 2000
16542000
Beyond amplification: Using the computer to reorganize mental functioning
RD Pea
Educational psychologist 20 (4), 167-182, 1985
10281985
On the cognitive effects of learning computer programming
RD Pea, DM Kurland
New ideas in psychology 2 (2), 137-168, 1984
10111984
Seeing what we build together: Distributed multimedia learning environments for transformative communications
RD Pea
Cscl, 171-186, 2012
7682012
One-to-one technology-enhanced learning: An opportunity for global research collaboration
TW Chan, J Roschelle, S Hsi, KINSHUK, M Sharples, T Brown, C Patton, ...
Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning 1 (01), 3-29, 2006
7402006
A walk on the WILD side: How wireless handhelds may change computer-supported collaborative learning
J Roschelle, R Pea
International Journal of Cognition and Technology 1 (1), 145-168, 2002
6992002
Video research in the learning sciences
R Goldman, R Pea, B Barron, SJ Derry
Routledge, 2014
6212014
Media use, face-to-face communication, media multitasking, and social well-being among 8-to 12-year-old girls.
R Pea, C Nass, L Meheula, M Rance, A Kumar, H Bamford, M Nass, ...
Developmental psychology 48 (2), 327, 2012
6122012
Cognitive technologies for mathematics education
RD Pea
Bank Street College of Education, Center for Children and Technology, 1986
5991986
Learning theories and education: Toward a decade of synergy
J Bransford, N Vye, R Stevens, P Kuhl, D Schwartz, P Bell, A Meltzoff, ...
Handbook of Educational Psychology (2nd Edition), 95 pages, 2005
5392005
Immersive virtual reality field trips facilitate learning about climate change
DM Markowitz, R Laha, BP Perone, RD Pea, JN Bailenson
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2364, 2018
4902018
Computational thinking: A competency whose time has come
S Grover, R Pea
Computer science education: Perspectives on teaching and learning in school …, 2018
4802018
Designing for deeper learning in a blended computer science course for middle school students
S Grover, R Pea, S Cooper
Computer science education 25 (2), 199-237, 2015
4702015
Language-independent conceptual “bugs” in novice programming
RD Pea
Journal of educational computing research 2 (1), 25-36, 1986
4301986
Tools for bridging the cultures of everyday and scientific thinking
J Hawkins, RD Pea
Journal of research in science teaching 24 (4), 291-307, 1987
4021987
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