Richard Gunstone mainly investigates Mathematics education, Science education, Pedagogy, Conceptual change and Metacognition. His work in the fields of Mathematics education, such as Concept learning and Learning theory, overlaps with other areas such as Perspective and Resolution. Richard Gunstone has researched Concept learning in several fields, including Computer-Assisted Instruction and Physical science.
His research integrates issues of Teaching method, Instructional design, Teacher education and Physics education in his study of Science education. His Pedagogy research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Class and Content. His Conceptual change research incorporates elements of Phenomenon and Conscious control.
Richard Gunstone focuses on Mathematics education, Science education, Pedagogy, Political science and Concept learning. His study on Teaching method, Science instruction and Conceptual change is often connected to Metacognition as part of broader study in Mathematics education. His studies link Learning theory with Conceptual change.
His Science education research integrates issues from Learning sciences and Curriculum. In general Pedagogy study, his work on Teacher education and Educational research often relates to the realm of Work and Class, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Richard Gunstone integrates many fields, such as Concept learning and Engineering education, in his works.
His main research concerns Science education, Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Engineering ethics and Curriculum. His Science education research includes elements of Teacher education and Learning sciences. Richard Gunstone combines subjects such as Argumentation theory and Set with his study of Mathematics education.
His work in the fields of Teaching method and Science learning overlaps with other areas such as Perspective. His Teaching method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Science teachers and Conceptual change. His research on Curriculum also deals with topics like
Richard Gunstone spends much of his time researching Science education, Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Summative assessment and Engineering ethics. His Science education research incorporates themes from Learning sciences and Encyclopedia. His Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Out of school and Argumentation theory.
His study on Pedagogy is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Qualitative research. His Qualitative research study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Science teachers, Science instruction, Teaching method and Conceptual change. His work carried out in the field of Summative assessment brings together such families of science as Early childhood and Curriculum.
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Understanding of gravity
Richard F. Gunstone;Richard T. White.
Science Education (1981)
The Content Of Science: A Constructive Approach To Its Teaching And Learning
Peter J. Fensham;Richard F. Gunstone;Richard T. White.
What is the purpose of this experiment? Or can students learn something from doing experiments?
Christina Hart;Pamela Mulhall;Amanda Berry;John Loughran.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2000)
The process of conceptual change in force and motion during computer-supported physics instruction
Ping-Kee Tao;Richard F. Gunstone.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1999)
Metalearning and conceptual change
Richard T. White;Richard F. Gunstone.
International Journal of Science Education (1989)
The importance of reflection in improving science teaching and learning
John R. Baird;Peter J. Fensham;Richard F. Gunstone;Richard T. White.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1991)
Documenting Science Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge Through PaP-eRs
John Loughran;Philippa Milroy;Amanda Berry;Richard Gunstone.
Research in Science Education (2001)
Cognitive research and the design of science instruction
Audrey B. Champagne;Leopold E. Klopfer;Richard F. Gunstone.
Educational Psychologist (1982)
Metacognition and learning to teach
Richard F. Gunstone;Jeff Northfield.
International Journal of Science Education (1994)
Conceptual Change in Science through Collaborative Learning at the Computer.
Ping-Kee Tao;Richard F. Gunstone.
International Journal of Science Education (1999)
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