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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Social Sciences and Humanities D-index 40 Citations 7,782 129 World Ranking 2262 National Ranking 155

Overview

What is she best known for?

The fields of study she is best known for:

  • Education
  • Pedagogy
  • Social science

Her scientific interests lie mostly in Science education, Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Curriculum and Learning sciences. Her primary area of study in Science education is in the field of Social science education. In the field of Pedagogy, her study on Teaching method, Scientific literacy, Science, technology, society and environment education and Science learning overlaps with subjects such as Deep knowledge.

Léonie J. Rennie has included themes like Qualitative research and Subject in her Mathematics education study. Her Curriculum research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Femininity, Gender identity, School system and Post structuralism. Her study in Learning sciences is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Focus group and Teaching and learning center.

Her most cited work include:

  • Answering Back: Girls, Boys and Feminism in Schools (261 citations)
  • Policy statement of the “informal science education” ad hoc committee (199 citations)
  • Toward an agenda for advancing research on science learning in out-of-school settings (198 citations)

What are the main themes of her work throughout her whole career to date?

Léonie J. Rennie mainly focuses on Science education, Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Curriculum and Perception. Her Science education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Educational research and Primary education. Pedagogy is frequently linked to Informal education in her study.

Her Science instruction, Educational technology and Learning sciences study, which is part of a larger body of work in Mathematics education, is frequently linked to Single sex, bridging the gap between disciplines. In Educational technology, Léonie J. Rennie works on issues like Medical education, which are connected to Data collection and Social psychology. Her research in Curriculum intersects with topics in Technology education and Discipline.

She most often published in these fields:

  • Science education (43.98%)
  • Pedagogy (40.96%)
  • Mathematics education (39.76%)

What were the highlights of her more recent work (between 2016-2021)?

  • Mathematics education (39.76%)
  • Engineering ethics (7.23%)
  • Autodidacticism (1.81%)

In recent papers she was focusing on the following fields of study:

Her primary areas of study are Mathematics education, Engineering ethics, Autodidacticism, Science, technology and society and Pedagogy. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Diversity and Library science. Her Engineering ethics study spans across into subjects like Focus, Standardized test, Informal learning, Science education and Social science education.

Her work on Cognitive science expands to the thematically related Autodidacticism. Léonie J. Rennie carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Pedagogy and Variety.

Between 2016 and 2021, her most popular works were:

  • Using interactive nonfiction narrative to enhance competence in the informed consent process with 3-year-old children (8 citations)
  • The Attributes of Informal Science Education: A Science Communication Perspective (8 citations)
  • A hierarchical model of children’s research participation rights based on information, understanding, voice, and influence (6 citations)

In her most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Education
  • Social science
  • Pedagogy

Léonie J. Rennie spends much of her time researching Engineering ethics, Pedagogy, Research ethics, Standardized test and Exhibition. Her Engineering ethics study spans across into fields like Public awareness of science, School education, Achievement test, Social connectedness and Affect. Her Pedagogy study often links to related topics such as Focus group.

Research ethics is integrated with Agency, Public administration, Power, Early childhood research and Social psychology in her study. Standardized test and Focus are two areas of study in which Léonie J. Rennie engages in interdisciplinary work.

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Best Publications

Answering Back: Girls, Boys and Feminism in Schools

Jill Blackmore;Jane Kenway;Leonie Rennie;Sue Willis.
(1998)

574 Citations

Policy statement of the “informal science education” ad hoc committee

Lynn D. Dierking;John H. Falk;Léonie Rennie;David Anderson.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2003)

429 Citations

Toward an agenda for advancing research on science learning in out-of-school settings

Léonie J. Rennie;Elsa Feher;Lynn D. Dierking;John H. Falk.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2003)

359 Citations

The roles of the formal and informal sectors in the provision of effective science education

Susan M. Stocklmayer;Léonie J. Rennie;John K. Gilbert.
Studies in Science Education (2010)

240 Citations

The nature of learning and its implications for research on learning from museums

Léonie J. Rennie;David J. Johnston.
Science Education (2004)

234 Citations

Science Centres and Science Learning

Léonie J. Rennie;Terence P. McClafferty.
Studies in Science Education (1996)

223 Citations

Learning Science Outside of School

Léonie J. Rennie.
Handbook of Research on Science Education Volume II (2014)

206 Citations

Curriculum Integration: Eroding the High Ground of Science as a School Subject?

Grady J. Venville;John Wallace;Léonie J. Rennie;John A. Malone.
Studies in Science Education (2002)

200 Citations

Science Teaching and Learning in Australian Schools: Results of a National Study

Léonie J. Rennie;Denis Goodrum;Mark Hackling.
Research in Science Education (2001)

198 Citations

Using Visits to Interactive Science and Technology Centers, Museums, Aquaria and Zoos To Promote Learning in Science.

Leonie J. Rennie;Terence P. McClafferty.
Journal of Science Teacher Education (1995)

197 Citations

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