Aaron S. Richmond
Aaron S. Richmond
Professor of Educational Psychology and Human Development at Metropolitan State University of Denver
Verified email at msudenver.edu - Homepage
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Implementing Kolb’s learning styles into online distance education
AS Richmond, R Cummings
International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning 1 (1), 45-54, 2005
1402005
The influence of age on reproductive performance of the predatory ladybird beetle, Propylea dissecta
A Pervez, AS Richmond
Journal of Insect Science 4 (22), 1-19, 2004
692004
The measurement and predictive ability of metacognition in middle school learners
RA Sperling, AS Richmond, CM Ramsay, M Klapp
The Journal of Educational Research 105 (1), 1-7, 2012
682012
Academic admission requirements as predictors of counseling knowledge, personal development, and counseling skills
MH Smaby, CD Maddux, AS Richmond, WJ Lepkowski, J Packman
Counselor Education and Supervision 45 (1), 43-57, 2005
552005
Moral reasoning of education students: The effects of direct instruction in moral development theory and participation in moral dilemma discussion
R Cummings, CD Maddux, A Cladianos, A Richmond
Teachers College Record 112 (3), 621-644, 2010
532010
Promoting higher level thinking in psychology: Is active learning the answer?
AS Richmond, LK Hagan
Teaching of Psychology 38 (2), 102-105, 2011
502011
Curriculum‐embedded performance assessment in higher education: maximum efficiency and minimum disruption
R Cummings, CD Maddux, A Richmond
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 33 (6), 599-605, 2008
462008
An evidence-based guide to college and university teaching: Developing the model teacher
AS Richmond, GA Boysen, RAR Gurung
Routledge, 2016
412016
Aspirational model teaching criteria for psychology
AS Richmond, GA Boysen, RAR Gurung, YN Tazeau, SA Meyers, ...
Teaching of Psychology 41 (4), 281-295, 2014
362014
Can a learner-centered syllabus change students’ perceptions of student–professor rapport and master teacher behaviors?
AS Richmond, JM Slattery, N Mitchell, RK Morgan, J Becknell
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology 2 (3), 159, 2016
282016
A two-process model of metacognitive monitoring: Evidence for general accuracy and error factors
AP Gutierrez, G Schraw, F Kuch, AS Richmond
Learning and Instruction 44, 1-10, 2016
252016
Promoting active learning through a flipped course design
HD Hussey, BKB Fleck, AS Richmond
Promoting active learning through the flipped classroom model, 23-46, 2014
252014
a + (b1) Professor–Student Rapport + (b2) Humor + (b3) Student Engagement = (Ŷ) Student Ratings of Instructors
AS Richmond, MB Berglund, VB Epelbaum, EM Klein
Teaching of Psychology 42 (2), 119-125, 2015
232015
Model teaching criteria for psychology: Initial documentation of teachers’ self-reported competency.
GA Boysen, AS Richmond, RAR Gurung
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology 1 (1), 48, 2015
232015
A brief research report: Thinking styles of online distance education students
AS Richmond, HM Krank, R Cummings
International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning 2 (1), 58-64, 2006
222006
Exploring a three-level model of calibration accuracy.
G Schraw, F Kuch, AP Gutierrez, AS Richmond
Journal of Educational Psychology 106 (4), 1192, 2014
212014
Transfer of the method of loci, pegword, and keyword mnemonics in the eighth grade classroom
AS Richmond, R Cummings, M Klapp
Researcher 21 (2), 1-13, 2008
192008
Can inquiry-based instruction promote higher-level learning?
AS Richmond, B Fleck, T Heath, KA Broussard, B Skarda
Scholarship of teaching and learning in psychology 1 (3), 208, 2015
162015
Do Thinking styles predict academic performance of online learning?
AS Richmond, L Conrad
International Journal of Technology in Teaching & Learning 8 (2), 2012
152012
In support of the cognitive‐developmental approach to moral education: a response to David Carr
AS Richmond*, R Cummings
Journal of moral education 33 (2), 197-205, 2004
152004
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