His primary areas of study are Science education, Mathematics education, Concept learning, Learning sciences and Pedagogy. His work deals with themes such as Curriculum, Conceptual change, Cognition, Teaching method and Primary education, which intersect with Science education. The Mathematics education study which covers Negotiation that intersects with Representation.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Concept learning, focusing on Learning theory and, on occasion, Phenomenon, Observational learning, Framing and Perception. His research investigates the connection between Learning sciences and topics such as Construct that intersect with problems in Student engagement. His research in Pedagogy focuses on subjects like Variety, which are connected to Academic achievement.
Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Science education, Learning sciences and Curriculum are his primary areas of study. The Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Representation and Negotiation. His research investigates the link between Science education and topics such as Engineering ethics that cross with problems in Framing.
His research integrates issues of Discipline and Construct in his study of Learning sciences. Russell Tytler combines subjects such as Public relations and Medical education with his study of Curriculum. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Science, technology, society and environment education, Science communication is strongly linked to Social science education.
Russell Tytler mostly deals with Mathematics education, Science education, Engineering ethics, Work and Visualization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agency, Semiotics and Adaptation in addition to Mathematics education. His Semiotics research integrates issues from Video technology, Nature of Science, Thinking skills and Embodied cognition.
Russell Tytler integrates several fields in his works, including Science education and Meaning-making. His research in Engineering ethics intersects with topics in Student engagement, Framing and Education theory. His studies deal with areas such as Astronomy education, Primary, Learning sciences and Spatial thinking as well as Visualization.
His main research concerns Teaching method, Mathematics education, Science instruction, Discipline and Science education. His Teaching method research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sociology of Education, Adaptation, Agency and Action. His Mathematics education study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Visualization and Semiotics.
His studies in Science instruction integrate themes in fields like Representation, Learning data, Mathematics instruction and Data collection. His study explores the link between Discipline and topics such as Student learning that cross with problems in Engineering ethics. His Science education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Affect, Perception, Policy advocacy, Value and Concept learning.
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Drawing to Learn in Science.
Shaaron E. Ainsworth;Vaughan Prain;Russell Tytler.
STEM: country comparisons: international comparisons of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. Final report.
Simon Marginson;Russell Tytler;Brigid Freeman;Kelly Roberts.
Re-Imagining Science Education: Engaging Students in Science for Australia's Future
Teaching science (2007)
Opening up pathways : engagement in STEM across the primary-secondary school transition
Russell Tytler;Jonathan Osborne;Gaye Williams;Kristin Tytler.
Teaching and Learning about Force with a Representational Focus: Pedagogy and Teacher Change
Peter Hubber;Russell Tytler;Filocha Haslam.
Research in Science Education (2010)
A comparison of year 1 and year 6 students’ conceptions of evaporation and condensation: dimensions of conceptual progression
International Journal of Science Education (2000)
Constructing representations to learn in science
Russell Tytler;Vaughan Prain;Peter Hubber;Bruce Waldrip.
Dimensions of evidence, the public understanding of science and science education.
Russell Tytler;Sandra Duggan;Richard Gott.
International Journal of Science Education (2001)
Student Attitudes and Aspirations Towards Science
Russell Tytler;Jonathan Osborne.
Second international handbook of science education (2012)
Learning Through Constructing Representations in Science: A framework of representational construction affordances
Vaughan Prain;Russell Tytler.
International Journal of Science Education (2012)
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