Professor Arnone

FROM PROFESSOR ARNONE's VITA & WEBSITE

http://www.marilynarnone.com/educators_page.htm

Motivation related for review ...

BOOKS:
  • Arnone, M.P. (2005). “Motivational Design: The Secret to Producing Effective Children’s Media.” Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.
  • Small, R.V. and Arnone, M.P. (2000). "Turning Kids On to Research: The Power of Motivation," Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
  • Arnone, M.P. and Small, R.V. (1999). " WWW Motivation Mining: Treasures for Teaching Evaluation Skills; Grades 1-6," Worthington, OH: Linworth Publishing, Inc.
  • Small, R. V. and Arnone, M.P. (1999). "WWW Motivation Mining: Treasures for Teaching Evaluation Skills; Grades 7-12," Worthington, OH: Linworth Publishing, Inc.
  • Arnone, M., Small, R. and Hardy, T. (2003). Building a Resource for Enhancing Information Skills Instruction: Research and Development. In Evidenced-Based Practice and School Library Media Programs.
JOURNAL ARTICLES
  • Arnone, M.P. and Small, R.V. (1999, March/April). Evaluating the Motivational Effectiveness of Children's Websites. Educational Technology, 39(2), 51-55. ) 
  • Small, R.V. and Arnone, M.P. (May/June 1999). Motivation Mining: Prospecting the Web. The Book Report, 18 (1), 42-44.
  • Small, R.V. and Arnone, M.P. (1998/1999). Arousing and Sustaining Curiosity: Lessons from the ARCS Model. Training Research Journal. 4, 103-116.
  • Arnone, M., Grabowski, B., and Rynd, C. (1994).  Curiosity as a Personality Variable Influencing Learning in a Learner Controlled Lesson With and Without Advisement. Educational Technology Research and Development, 42 (1), 5-20. 
  • Arnone, M. and Grabowski, B. (1992).  Effects on Children’s Achievement and Curiosity of Variations in Learner Control Over an Interactive Video Lesson. Educational Technology Research and Development, 40 (1), 15-28.
PRESENTATIONS, SEMINARS AND PAPERS
  • Small, R. and Arnone, M. (2004). “Promoting Student Excellence in the Classroom: Creating the Environment to Motivate Students.” Keynote speakers and presenters at Davenport University’s Inaugural Conference of the Marian Davenport Wynalda Teaching and Learning Institute.
  • Arnone, M. (April 2004). "Intrinsic Motivation and Curiosity for Learning: NSF Catalyst Grant Working Session." Invited participant. Syracuse University, April 30 - May 1.
  • Small, R.V. and Arnone, M. (2003 October). “Promoting Student Excellence in the Classroom: Creating the Environment to Motivate Student Learning.”  Keynote address and co-leader of the inaugural Wynalda Davenport Teaching and Learning Institute, a two-day conference on for the entire faculty of Davenport University, Lansing, MI.
  • Arnone, M. and Small, R. (2002). “Positive Motivational Techniques That Encourage Students To Do Research.” Maine Association of School Librarians Fall Conference, (Day-long workshop) Presque Isle, Maine.
  • Arnone, M.P. and Small, R.V. (2002). “A Web-Based Resource for Teaching Information Literacy to Children in Grades 1 – 8.”  Pennsylvania Educational Technology Conference (PETC, February 10-12), Hershey, PA.
  • Small, R. V. and Arnone, M.P.(Spring 1999 and Fall 1998). "Designing Motivation Into Information Skills Instruction" Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES School Library System, NYS, all-day workshops.
  • Small R. V. and Arnone, M.P. (1999). "Designing Motivation into Information Skills Instruction." Four hour workshop for the Annual Conference of the American Association of School Librarians (AASL), Birmingham, AL, Nov.
  • Arnone, M. & Grabowski, B.  “Effects of Variations in Learner Control on Children’s Curiosity and Learning from Interactive Video.”  Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Association for the Development of Computer-Based Instructional Systems, San Diego, California, November 1990.
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