2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
His primary areas of study are Science education, Mathematics education, Pedagogy, National Science Education Standards and Science, technology, society and environment education. His Science education research integrates issues from Educational research and Curriculum. The Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Higher education and Perception.
Robert E. Yager interconnects Research design and Teacher education in the investigation of issues within Higher education. Action research and Technology education are subfields of Pedagogy in which his conducts study. His studies in Science, technology, society and environment education integrate themes in fields like Social science education and Scientific literacy.
Robert E. Yager mainly focuses on Science education, Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Science, technology, society and environment education and National Science Education Standards. His study focuses on the intersection of Science education and fields such as Higher education with connections in the field of Medical education. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Comparative education and Education theory.
Robert E. Yager combines subjects such as Creativity, Professional development and Curriculum with his study of Mathematics education. He has included themes like Social science education, Scientific literacy, Engineering ethics and Public relations in his Science, technology, society and environment education study. His work deals with themes such as Social issues and Science communication, which intersect with Social science education.
Robert E. Yager mainly investigates Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Science education, Professional development and Teaching method. His Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Curriculum and Faculty development. Robert E. Yager interconnects Creativity and Focus in the investigation of issues within Pedagogy.
His study in Science education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Educational research, Teacher education and Public relations. Robert E. Yager focuses mostly in the field of Teacher education, narrowing it down to matters related to National Science Education Standards and, in some cases, Vision. Newspaper, Cooperative learning, Association and Grade level is closely connected to Context in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Teaching method.
His main research concerns Mathematics education, Teaching method, Pedagogy, Science education and Professional development. In his work, Grade level and Context is strongly intertwined with Creativity, which is a subfield of Mathematics education. His work in Curriculum and Science teachers is related to Pedagogy.
His Science education research includes elements of National Science Education Standards and Faculty development. Robert E. Yager has researched National Science Education Standards in several fields, including Social science education, Public relations, Science, technology, society and environment education, Constructivism and Teacher education. His research in Professional development tackles topics such as Science study which are related to areas like Vocabulary Words, Action research and Focus.
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Beginning teachers : Beliefs and classroom actions
Patricia E. Simmons;Allen Emory;Tim Carter;Teresa Coker.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1999)
What Research Says to the Science Teacher
Mary Budd Rowe;Norris C. Harms;Robert Eugene Yager.
Science/Technology/Society as Reform in Science Education.
Robert Eugene Yager.
The importance of terminology in teaching K-12 science
Robert E. Yager.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1983)
The Constructivist Learning Model.
Robert E. Yager.
The Science Teacher (2000)
Perceptions of four age groups toward science classes, teachers, and the value of science
Robert E. Yager;John E. Penick.
Science Education (1986)
Changes in Perceptions of Science for Third, Seventh, and Eleventh Grade Students.
Robert E. Yager;Stuart O. Yager.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1985)
Biology Education in Secondary Schools of the United States.
Paul DeHart Hurd;Rodger W. Bybee;Jane Butler Kahle;Robert E. Yager.
American Biology Teacher (1980)
STS Approach: Reasons, Intentions, Accomplishments, and Outcomes.
Robert E. Yager;Pinchas Tamir.
Science Education (1993)
Assessing teaching/learning successes in multiple domains of science and science education
Robert E. Yager;Alan J. McCormack.
Science Education (1989)
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