Learning and Instruction
Mathew  Mitchell

Mathew Mitchell, Ph.D.

Professor, Learning and Instruction

Education

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara

Research Areas

Multimedia learning, mathematics education, and student motivation to learn.

Courses Offered
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Motivation
  • Multimedia Learning
  • Creativity
Publications
Mitchell, M. (2005). Student-generated multimedia. In C. Howard, J. Botcher, L. Justice, K. Schenk, P. Rogers, & G.A. Berg (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Distance Learning (1693-1702). Hershey, PA: IDEA Group.

Mitchell, M. (2004). Making educational multimedia. San Francisco, CA: Author.

Mitchell, M. (2003). Constructing multimedia: Benefits of student-generated multimedia on learning. Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal of Computer-Enhanced Learning, 5 (1). Accessed at imej.wfu.edu/ar­ticles.

Mitchell, M. (2002). Constructing analysis of variance (ANOVA). Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 21 (4), 381-410.

Mitchell, M. (2000). Listening to creativity: Conversations with performing artists in the Bay Area. San Francisco, CA: Author.

Mitchell, M. (2000). Excel to the rescue: A guide describing the what, when, where, how, and whys for using Microsoft Excel as an educational tool. San Francisco, CA: Author.

Mitchell, M. (2000). Acrobat to the rescue. San Francisco, CA: Author.

Mitchell, M. (1999). Mastermind mathematics: Logic, strategies, and proofs. Berkeley, CA: Key Curriculum Press.

Mitchell, M. (1997). The use of spreadsheets in constructing statistical understanding. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 16 (2/3), 201-222.