Her main research concerns Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Metacognition, Science education and Teaching method. Her study in Mathematics education focuses on Academic achievement in particular. Her is involved in several facets of Pedagogy study, as is seen by her studies on Higher-order thinking, Cognitively Guided Instruction and Secondary education.
In her research, Matriculation and Advanced Placement is intimately related to Concept learning, which falls under the overarching field of Science education. Her Teaching method study combines topics in areas such as Concept map and Professional development. Her work carried out in the field of Knowledge level brings together such families of science as Socio-scientific issues, Everyday life and Argumentation theory.
Anat Zohar mainly investigates Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Higher-order thinking, Metacognition and Science education. Her work in the fields of Mathematics education, such as Teaching method and Thinking skills, intersects with other areas such as Context. As a part of the same scientific family, Anat Zohar mostly works in the field of Pedagogy, focusing on Argumentation theory and, on occasion, Argumentative.
Her studies in Higher-order thinking integrate themes in fields like Critical thinking, Science teachers, Descriptive knowledge and Cognitively Guided Instruction. The Science education study combines topics in areas such as Concept learning, Concept map and Matriculation. Her studies deal with areas such as Socio-scientific issues, Everyday life and Primary education as well as Knowledge level.
Her primary scientific interests are in Mathematics education, Metacognition, Pedagogy, Higher-order thinking and Teaching method. Her study connects Curriculum and Mathematics education. Her study in Pedagogy intersects with areas of studies such as Autonomy and Scale.
Her Higher-order thinking research integrates issues from Science education and Top-down and bottom-up design. Her work deals with themes such as Progressive education and 21st century skills, which intersect with Teaching method. Her Thinking skills research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of National curriculum and Dynamics.
Her primary areas of investigation include Teaching method, Autonomy, Pedagogy, Intersection and Metacognition. Her Teaching method study results in a more complete grasp of Mathematics education. Her Autonomy research spans across into fields like Public relations, Top-down and bottom-up design, Higher-order thinking, Scale and Instructional leadership.
Her Pedagogy investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Globe and Articulation. Her Intersection research spans across into subjects like Construct, Cognitive science, Task analysis and Empirical research.
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