2008 - Review of Research Award, American Educational Research Association
Tina Seidel links relevant study fields such as Teaching method, Educational psychology and Educational technology in the subject of Mathematics education. Her Pedagogy study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Teaching method, Professional development and Educational psychology. The study of Professional development is intertwined with the study of Pedagogy in a number of ways. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Neuroscience and Perception in her work. Tina Seidel brings together Perception and Neuroscience to produce work in her papers. She undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Cognition and Developmental psychology in her work. She carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Developmental psychology and Cognition. She connects Statistics with Mathematics education in her study. Tina Seidel connects Programming language with Reflection (computer programming) in her study.
Her research ties Educational psychology and Mathematics education together. As part of her studies on Pedagogy, Tina Seidel often connects relevant subjects like Teacher education. Her study brings together the fields of Pedagogy and Teacher education. Her Medical education research extends to Professional development, which is thematically connected. Medical education connects with themes related to Professional development in her study. Tina Seidel integrates many fields in her works, including Neuroscience and Cognition. She incorporates Cognition and Neuroscience in her research. She regularly ties together related areas like Mathematics education in her Teaching method studies.
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Teaching Effectiveness Research in the Past Decade: The Role of Theory and Research Design in Disentangling Meta-Analysis Results
Tina Seidel;Richard J. Shavelson.
Review of Educational Research (2007)
Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Studies of Inquiry-Based Science Teaching A Meta-Analysis
Erin Marie Furtak;Tina Seidel;Heidi Iverson;Derek C. Briggs.
Review of Educational Research (2012)
Teacher learning from analysis of videotaped classroom situations: Does it make a difference whether teachers observe their own teaching or that of others?
Tina Seidel;Kathleen Stürmer;Geraldine Blomberg;Mareike Kobarg.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2011)
Modeling and Measuring the Structure of Professional Vision in Preservice Teachers
Tina Seidel;Kathleen Stürmer.
American Educational Research Journal (2014)
Five research-based heuristics for using video in pre-service teacher education
Geraldine Blomberg;Alexander Renkl;Miriam Gamoran Sherin;Hilda Borko.
Journal for educational research online (2013)
Instructional strategies for using video in teacher education
Tina Seidel;Geraldine Blomberg;Alexander Renkl.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2013)
Understanding video as a tool for teacher education: investigating instructional strategies to promote reflection
Geraldine Blomberg;Miriam Gamoran Sherin;Alexander Renkl;Inga Glogger.
Instructional Science (2014)
Effects of a classroom discourse intervention on teachers' practice and students' motivation to learn mathematics and science
Katharina Kiemer;Alexander Gröschner;Ann-Kathrin Pehmer;Tina Seidel.
Learning and Instruction (2015)
Clarity and coherence of lesson goals as a scaffold for student learning
Tina Seidel;Rolf Rimmele;Manfred Prenzel.
Learning and Instruction (2005)
Declarative knowledge and professional vision in teacher education: Effect of courses in teaching and learning
Kathleen Stürmer;Karen D. Könings;Tina Seidel.
British Journal of Educational Psychology (2013)
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