Brian Hand spends much of his time researching Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Science education, Teaching method and Heuristics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meaning and Perception. His research on Pedagogy focuses in particular on Nature of Science.
His Science education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Argumentation theory and Literacy. His research integrates issues of Social science education, Science, technology, society and environment education, Library science, Social science and Learning sciences in his study of Literacy. His work deals with themes such as Secondary education, Professional development, Affect and National Science Education Standards, which intersect with Teaching method.
His primary scientific interests are in Mathematics education, Science education, Pedagogy, Teaching method and Scientific literacy. The concepts of his Mathematics education study are interwoven with issues in Argument and Heuristic. The Science education study combines topics in areas such as Educational research, Argumentative and Argumentation theory.
In general Pedagogy study, his work on Literacy, Constructivist teaching methods, Science, technology, society and environment education and Learning sciences often relates to the realm of Political science, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work on Teaching and learning center as part of general Teaching method study is frequently linked to Achievement test, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Scientific literacy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Academic achievement and Nature of Science.
Brian Hand mostly deals with Mathematics education, Science education, Pedagogy, Argument and Critical thinking. The various areas that Brian Hand examines in his Mathematics education study include Literacy and Argumentation theory. His work in the fields of Science education, such as Science learning, intersects with other areas such as Class.
His work on Student learning and Learning sciences as part of general Pedagogy research is frequently linked to Perspective and Treatment and control groups, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Argument research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Critical thinking skills and Student centered. His research in Critical thinking intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Turkish, Science writing, Heuristic and Learning environment.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Science education, Argumentation theory and Argument. His study in the fields of Teaching method, Standardized test and Learning sciences under the domain of Mathematics education overlaps with other disciplines such as Subject areas. He has researched Standardized test in several fields, including Heuristic and Science writing.
His study in the field of Learning theory and Language assessment also crosses realms of Learner autonomy and Language pedagogy. The Science instruction research Brian Hand does as part of his general Science education study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Class, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Argumentation theory research also works with subjects such as
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Examining the literacy component of science literacy: 25 years of language arts and science research
Larry D. Yore;Brian M. Hand.
International Journal of Science Education (2003)
Using the science writing heuristic as a tool for learning from laboratory investigations in secondary science
Carolyn W. Keys;Brian Hand;Vaughan Prain;Susan Collins.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1999)
Using a Science Writing Heuristic to enhance learning outcomes from laboratory activities in seventh-grade science: quantitative and qualitative aspects
Brian Hand;Carolyn W. Wallace;Eun‐Mi Yang.
International Journal of Science Education (2004)
Comparing an Inquiry‐based Approach known as the Science Writing Heuristic to Traditional Science Teaching Practices: Are there differences?
Recai Akkus;Murat Gunel;Brian Hand.
International Journal of Science Education (2007)
A writing in science framework designed to enhance science literacy
Brian Hand;Vaughan Prain;Chris Lawrence;Larry D. Yore.
International Journal of Science Education (1999)
Student Achievement and Science Curriculum Development Using a Constructive Framework
Brian Hand;David F. Treagust.
School Science and Mathematics (1991)
Writing for learning in secondary science: Rethinking practices
Vaughan Prain;Brian Hand.
Teaching and Teacher Education (1996)
Factors Affecting the Implementation of Argument in the Elementary Science Classroom. A Longitudinal Case Study
Anita M. Martin;Brian Hand.
Research in Science Education (2009)
Teachers implementing writing-to-learn strategies in junior secondary science: A case study
Brian. Hand;Vaughan R. Prain.
Science Education (2002)
Writing‐to‐learn Strategies in Secondary School Cell Biology: A mixed method study
Liesl M. Hohenshell;Brian Hand.
International Journal of Science Education (2006)
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