United States of America - Provo
- Motivating Learners to Make the Most of their eLearning Experience
- Leveraging Learning Design Principles to Create Engaging, Consistent, and Effective Learner-Centered Experiences
- Using Early-Stage eLearning Design Research Principles & Practices to Create Impactful, Learner-Centered Experiences
- Is Self-Regulated Learning Instruction Predictive of Self-Regulated Learning Skills, Math Achievement and Learning Motivation in a Web-Based Learning Environment?
- Making Individualized Literacy Instruction Available to All Teachers: Adapting the Assessment to Instruction (A2i) Software for Multiple Real-World Contexts
- A Review of the Design and Development Process to Innovate Online Learning for Young Adults
- BrainBook: Instructional Design Leveraging Social Networking Features Increases Motivation and Engagement
- Using an Impact Evaluation Framework to Design and Implement Field-Based Innovative Solutions Research
- Using Best Practices in Formative Evaluation to Validate and Innovate New e-Learning Instructional Strategies
Angela is a Principal Research Scientist at Pearson and holds more than twenty years of experience in learning and instructional design at the program, course and tool level. She also holds over 10 years of experience managing software development and educational research projects. Angela holds a Ph.D. in Educational Technology as well as a M.A. in Organizational Management. Angela’s broad work experience allows her to bring principles of business, design, learning science, research, technology, project management, user experience, creativity and innovative problem solving to collaboratively and consultatively help designers and developers create new learning experiences. She also brings a consultative lense to her workshop facilitation to help learners develop empathy for their users and think with strategic intent. Angela has presented papers at large learning conferences such as the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and Association for Educational Communication & Technology (AECT) as well as facilitated learning design workshops and undergraduate and graduate level courses for smaller conferences, corporate clients, and Northeastern University, Arizona State University, Utah Valley University and Boise State University.