Amy L. Baylor, Ph.D
Amy L. Baylor, Ph.D
Program Director, National Science Foundation
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What factors facilitate teacher skill, teacher morale, and perceived student learning in technology-using classrooms?
AL Baylor, D Ritchie
Computers & education 39 (4), 395-414, 2002
Simulating instructional roles through pedagogical agents
AL Baylor, Y Kim
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 15 (1), 95, 2005
A social-cognitive framework for pedagogical agents as learning companions
Y Kim, AL Baylor
Educational technology research and development 54 (6), 569-596, 2006
Pedagogical agent design: The impact of agent realism, gender, ethnicity, and instructional role
AL Baylor, Y Kim
International conference on intelligent tutoring systems, 592-603, 2004
The effects of image and animation in enhancing pedagogical agent persona
AL Baylor, J Ryu
Journal of Educational Computing Research 28 (4), 373-394, 2003
Promoting motivation with virtual agents and avatars: role of visual presence and appearance
AL Baylor
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
Expanding preservice teachers' metacognitive awareness of instructional planning through pedagogical agents
AL Baylor
Educational Technology Research and Development 50 (2), 5-22, 2002
Pedagogical agents as learning companions: the impact of agent emotion and gender
Y Kim, AL Baylor, E Shen
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 23 (3), 220-234, 2007
The design of motivational agents and avatars
AL Baylor
Educational Technology Research and Development 59 (2), 291-300, 2011
Pedagogical agents as learning companions: The role of agent competency and type of interaction
Y Kim, AL Baylor, PALS Group
Educational technology research and development 54 (3), 223-243, 2006
A U-shaped model for the development of intuition by level of expertise
AL Baylor
New ideas in psychology 19 (3), 237-244, 2001
Designing nonverbal communication for pedagogical agents: When less is more
AL Baylor, S Kim
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2), 450-457, 2009
Changing middle-school students’ attitudes and performance regarding engineering with computer-based social models
EA Plant, AL Baylor, CE Doerr, RB Rosenberg-Kima
Computers & Education 53 (2), 209-215, 2009
Designing metacognitive maps for web-based learning
L Miyoung
Образовательные технологии и общество 9 (1), 2006
Intelligent agents as cognitive tools for education
A Baylor
Educational technology, 36-40, 1999
Gender-specific approaches to developing emotionally intelligent learning companions
W Burleson, RW Picard
IEEE Intelligent Systems 22 (4), 62-69, 2007
Beyond butlers: Intelligent agents as mentors
A Baylor
Journal of educational computing research 22 (4), 373-382, 2000
Interface agents as social models for female students: The effects of agent visual presence and appearance on female students’ attitudes and beliefs
RB Rosenberg-Kima, AL Baylor, EA Plant, CE Doerr
Computers in Human Behavior 24 (6), 2741-2756, 2008
Agent-based learning environments for investigating teaching and learning
A Baylor
Journal of Educational Computing, 0
The psychometric structure of pedagogical agent persona
J Ryu, AL Baylor
Technology Instruction Cognition and Learning 2 (4), 291, 2005
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