Peter Goodyear spends much of his time researching Educational technology, Pedagogy, Higher education, Mathematics education and Learning sciences. His Educational technology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Active learning, Instructional design and Educational research. His study brings together the fields of Computer-mediated communication and Pedagogy.
Peter Goodyear combines subjects such as Meaning, Problem-based learning and Inquiry-based learning with his study of Higher education. His work on Teaching method is typically connected to Comparative research as part of general Mathematics education study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Learning sciences research incorporates themes from Collaborative learning, Knowledge management, Open learning and Networked learning.
His primary areas of study are Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Higher education, Educational technology and Knowledge management. His studies examine the connections between Pedagogy and genetics, as well as such issues in Face-to-face, with regards to Online discussion. His study in Mathematics education focuses on Blended learning, Teaching method, E-learning and Academic achievement.
His study on Educational technology also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of investigation include Epistemology, Action, Pedagogy, Professional development and Professional work. His Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Higher education, Adaptation and Learning design. The various areas that Peter Goodyear examines in his Higher education study include Online teaching and Social identity theory.
His Philosophy of education study incorporates themes from Mathematics education, Educational technology and Instructional design. Many of his research projects under Mathematics education are closely connected to Order with Order, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Peter Goodyear has researched Educational technology in several fields, including Cooperative learning and Empirical research.
Peter Goodyear mainly investigates Instructional design, Educational technology, Mathematics education, Higher education and Pedagogy. The Instructional design study combines topics in areas such as Cooperative learning and Set. His Educational technology research incorporates elements of Teaching method and Human–computer interaction.
The Phenomenography research Peter Goodyear does as part of his general Mathematics education study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Elite, Football, Iterative analysis and Coaching, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His work in the fields of Higher education, such as Philosophy of education, intersects with other areas such as Point and Coronavirus disease 2019. Peter Goodyear mostly deals with Networked learning in his studies of Pedagogy.
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Competences for Online Teaching: A Special Report
Peter Goodyear;Gilly Salmon;J. Michael Spector;Christine Steeples.
Educational Technology Research and Development (2001)
Educational design and networked learning: Patterns, pattern languages and design practice
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (2005)
Research focus and methodological choices in studies into students' experiences of blended learning in higher education
Ana-Maria Bliuc;Peter Goodyear;Robert A. Ellis.
Internet and Higher Education (2007)
Students' Experiences of E-Learning in Higher Education: The Ecology of Sustainable Innovation
Robert A. Ellis;Peter Goodyear.
How and what university students learn through online and face-to-face discussion: conceptions, intentions and approaches
Robert A. Ellis;Peter Goodyear;M. Prosser;A. O'Hara.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2006)
Advances in Research on Networked Learning
Peter M. Goodyear;Sheena Banks;Vivien Hodgson;David McConnell.
Inquiry-based learning in higher education: principal forms, educational objectives, and disciplinary variations
Anindito Aditomo;Peter Goodyear;Ana-Maria Bliuc;Robert A. Ellis.
Studies in Higher Education (2013)
Psychological foundations for networked learning
Networked learning: perspectives and issues, 2002, ISBN 1-85233-471-1, págs. 49-75 (2002)
Online University Teaching During and After the Covid-19 Crisis: Refocusing Teacher Presence and Learning Activity
Chrysi Rapanta;Luca Botturi;Peter Goodyear;Lourdes Guàrdia.
Postdigital Science and Education (2020)
Teacher thinking, beliefs and knowledge in higher education
Nirah Hativa;Peter Goodyear.
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