1996 - Early Career Award, American Educational Research Association
Her primary scientific interests are in Cognitive development, Mathematics education, Developmental psychology, Context and Scientific reasoning. Scientific thinking, Interpretation, Evidence-based management, Poison control and Belief revision are fields of study that overlap with her Cognitive development research. Her study explores the link between Mathematics education and topics such as Pedagogy that cross with problems in Students understanding.
Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive psychology and Feature. Her Context research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Variation, Curriculum development, Inference, Sampling and Primary education. She has researched Scientific reasoning in several fields, including Information processing, Physical science, Curriculum and Logical reasoning.
Mathematics education, Science education, Context, Cognitive development and Cognitive science are her primary areas of study. The various areas that she examines in her Mathematics education study include Variation, Pedagogy and Inference. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Teaching method and Management science.
Her Context research incorporates elements of Sampling, Construct and Artificial intelligence. Her Cognitive development study spans across into fields like Developmental psychology, Evidence-based management, Interpretation, Contrast and Transition. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Scientific reasoning and Cognitively Guided Instruction.
Her primary areas of study are Mathematics education, Science education, Cognitive science, Science instruction and Management science. Her Mathematics education research includes themes of Variation and Pedagogy, Environmental education. In her works, Leona Schauble conducts interdisciplinary research on Science education and Perspective.
Her studies deal with areas such as Conceptual change, Scientific modelling, Knowledge management and Competence as well as Cognitive science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Journal entry and Narrative in addition to Science instruction. Her Management science study incorporates themes from Engineering ethics, Psychology of science, Relation, Psychological Theory and Field.
Her main research concerns Mathematics education, Science education, Stage, Variation and Conceptual foundation. Her Science education study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychology of science, Relation, Management science and Engineering ethics. Her research on Variation frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Teaching method.
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Design Experiments in Educational Research
Paul Cobb;Jere Confrey;Andrea diSessa;Richard Lehrer.
Educational Researcher (2003)
The development of scientific thinking skills
Deanna Kuhn;Eric Amsel;Michael O'Loughlin;Leona Schauble.
The development of scientific reasoning in knowledge-rich contexts.
Developmental Psychology (1996)
Belief revision in children: the role of prior knowledge and strategies for generating evidence.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (1990)
Students' transition from an engineering model to a science model of experimentation
Leona Schauble;Leopold E. Klopfer;Kalyani Raghavan.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1991)
Students' Understanding of the Objectives and Procedures of Experimentation in the Science Classroom
Leona Schauble;Robert Glaser;Richard A. Duschl;Sharon Schulze.
The Journal of the Learning Sciences (1995)
Cross-Domain Development of Scientific Reasoning
Deanne Kuhn;Leona Schauble;Merce Garcia-Mila.
Cognition and Instruction (1992)
Scientific Thinking and Science Literacy
Richard Lehrer;Leona Schauble.
Handbook of Child Psychology (2007)
Innovations in learning : new environments for education
Leona Schauble;Robert Glaser.
Cultivating Model-Based Reasoning in Science Education
Richard Lehrer;Leona Schauble.
The Cambridge Handbook of The Learning Sciences (2005)
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