David J. Shernoff
David J. Shernoff
Director of the Center for Math, Science, and Computer Education at Rutgers University
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Student engagement in high school classrooms from the perspective of flow theory.
DJ Shernoff, M Csikszentmihalyi, B Shneider, ES Shernoff
School psychology quarterly 18 (2), 158, 2003
Challenging games help students learn: An empirical study on engagement, flow and immersion in game-based learning
J Hamari, DJ Shernoff, E Rowe, B Coller, J Asbell-Clarke, T Edwards
Computers in human behavior 54, 170-179, 2016
Optimal learning environments to promote student engagement
DJ Shernoff
Springer 10, 978-1, 2013
Assessing teacher education and professional development needs for the implementation of integrated approaches to STEM education
DJ Shernoff, S Sinha, DM Bressler, L Ginsburg
International journal of STEM education 4, 1-16, 2017
Flow in schools: Cultivating engaged learners and optimal learning environments
DJ Shernoff, M Csikszentmihalyi
Handbook of positive psychology in schools, 131-146, 2009
Further evidence of an engagement–achievement paradox among US high school students
DJ Shernoff, JA Schmidt
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 37 (5), 564-580, 2008
Parental influences on achievement motivation and student engagement
J Bempechat, DJ Shernoff
Handbook of research on student engagement, 315-342, 2012
Student engagement as a function of environmental complexity in high school classrooms
DJ Shernoff, S Kelly, SM Tonks, B Anderson, RF Cavanagh, S Sinha, ...
Learning and Instruction 43, 52-60, 2016
Engagement in after-school programs as a predictor of social competence and academic performance
DJ Shernoff
American journal of community psychology 45, 325-337, 2010
Engagement in after-school program activities: Quality of experience from the perspective of participants
DJ Shernoff, DL Vandell
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 36 (7), 891-903, 2007
Continuing motivation beyond the high school classroom
DJ Shernoff, L Hoogstra
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 2001 (93), 73-88, 2001
Video game-based education in mechanical engineering: A look at student engagement
BD Coller, DJ Shernoff
International Journal of Engineering Education 25 (2), 308, 2009
Activities, engagement, and emotion in after‐school programs (and elsewhere)
DL Vandell, DJ Shernoff, KM Pierce, DM Bolt, K Dadisman, BB Brown
New directions for youth development 2005 (105), 121-129, 2005
Good mentoring: Fostering excellent practice in higher education
J Nakamura, DJ Shernoff, CH Hooker
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
The influence of the high school classroom environment on learning as mediated by student engagement
DJ Shernoff, EA Ruzek, S Sinha
School psychology international 38 (2), 201-218, 2017
Individual and situational factors related to the experience of flow in adolescence: A multilevel approach
M Csikszentmihalyi, JA Schmidt, DJ Shernoff, M Csikszentmihalyi
Applications of flow in human development and education: The collected works …, 2014
The quality of classroom experiences
DJ Shernoff, S Knauth, E Makris
Becoming adult: How teenagers prepare for the world of work, 141-164, 2000
Flow in schools revisited: Cultivating engaged learners and optimal learning environments
DJ Shernoff, B Abdi, B Anderson, M Csikszentmihalyi
Handbook of positive psychology in schools, 211-226, 2014
Separate worlds: The influence of seating location on student engagement, classroom experience, and performance in the large university lecture hall
DJ Shernoff, AJ Sannella, RY Schorr, L Sanchez-Wall, EA Ruzek, S Sinha, ...
Journal of environmental psychology 49, 55-64, 2017
Engagement and positive youth development: Creating optimal learning environments.
DJ Shernoff
American Psychological Association, 2012
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