David Geelan
David Geelan
Associate Professor, Science Education, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Epistemological anarchy and the many forms of constructivism
Science & Education 6 (1-2), 8-15, 1997
The many forms of constructivism
G Bodner, M Klobuchar, D Geelan
Journal of Chemical Education 78 (8), 1107, 2001
Weaving Narrative Nets to Capture Classrooms
DR Geelan
When Christianity and homosexuality collide: Understanding the potential intrapersonal conflict
N Subhi, D Geelan
Journal of homosexuality 59 (10), 1382-1402, 2012
Writing our lived experience: beyond the (pale) hermeneutic?
DR Geelan, PC Taylor
EJSE: Electronic Journal of Science Education 5 (4), 2001
Differentiated learning: From policy to classroom
M Mills, S Monk, A Keddie, P Renshaw, P Christie, D Geelan, C Gowlett
Oxford Review of Education 40 (3), 331-348, 2014
Teacher explanations
D Geelan
Second international handbook of science education, 987-999, 2012
Bridging the research-practice gap: research translation and/or research transformation
M Hirschkorn, D Geelan
Alberta Journal of Educational Research 54 (1), 2008
Teaching for understanding and/or teaching for the examination in high school physics
DR Geelan, H Wildy, W Louden, J Wallace
International Journal of Science Education 26 (4), 447-462, 2004
Weaving narrative nets to capture school science classrooms
DR Geelan
Research in Science Education 27 (4), 553-563, 1997
Undead theories: constructivism, eclecticism and research in education
D Geelan
Sense Publishers, 2006
Prior Knowledge, Prior Conceptions, Prior Constructs: What Do Constructivists Really Mean, and Are They Practising What They Preach?.
DR Geelan
Australian Science Teachers Journal 43 (3), 26-28, 1997
Teacher expertise and explanatory frameworks in a successful physics classroom
D Geelan
Australian Science Teachers Journal 49 (3), 22, 2003
Matrix technique: A constructivist approach to curriculum development in science
DR Geelan
Australian Science Teachers Journal 41 (3), 32-37, 1995
Teacher explanation of physics concepts: a video study
D Geelan
Research in Science Education 43 (5), 1751-1762, 2013
Embodying our values in our teaching practices: Building open and critical discourse through computer mediated communication
DR Geelan
Journal of Interactive Learning Research 12 (4), 375-401, 2001
Learning to Communicate: Developing as a Science Teacher.
DR Geelan
Australian Science Teachers Journal 42 (1), 30-34, 1996
Enhancing students’ scientific literacy in science education using interactive simulations: A critical literature review
XX Fan, DD Geelan
Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 32 (2), 125-171, 2013
Sketching some postmodern alternatives: Beyond paradigms and research programs as referents for science education
DR Geelan
Electronic Journal of Science Education 5 (1), 2000
Using Butler to understand the multiplicity and variability of policy reception
C Gowlett, A Keddie, M Mills, P Renshaw, P Christie, D Geelan, S Monk
Journal of education policy 30 (2), 149-164, 2015
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