STEME

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Environmental Education Research Group

Re-imagining futures in STEME

Author: Prof. Russell Tytler

Guided inquiry to develop interdisciplinary STEM competences

An argument for guided inquiry as a powerful pedagogy for building foundational concepts in science and mathematics, and STEM competences that prepare students for a productive future.

Posted in Posts by Prof. Russell Tytler on October 15, 2019

Drawing to reason and learn in science

Tytler, R., Prain, V., Aranda, G., Ferguson, J., & Gorur, R. (2019). Drawing to reason and learn in science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 1–23. https://doi.org/10.1002/tea.21590

Posted in Publications by Prof. Russell Tytler on August 10, 2019

Inquiry vs direct teaching for interdisciplinary STEM

By Russell Tytler, Chair of Science Education Current advocacy of STEM represents a reform movement to increase engagement of students with the STEM disciplines (Marginson, Tytler, Freeman & Roberts, 2013), and to develop ‘STEM skills’ that will pr …

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Posted in Blog posts by Prof. Russell Tytler on August 9, 2019

Challenges and opportunities for a STEM interdisciplinary agenda

Tytler, R., Williams, G., Hobbs, L., & Anderson, J. (2019). Challenges and opportunities for a STEM interdisciplinary agenda. In B. Doig, J. Williams, D. Swanson, R. Borromeo Ferri, P. Drake (Eds) Interdisciplinary Mathematics Education: The State …

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Posted in Publications by Prof. Russell Tytler on July 27, 2019

Re-conceptualising interdisciplinarity in STEM through a temporal model

Tytler, R., Prain, V., & Hobbs, L. (2019). Re-conceptualising interdisciplinarity in STEM through a temporal model. Research in Science Education.

Posted in Publications by Prof. Russell Tytler on July 7, 2019