Staff profile - Peter Hubber

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Aprof Peter Hubber

Position: Associate Professor
role description
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Arts & Education
Department: School of Education
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Phone: +61 3 92446408 +61 3 92446408
Email: peter.hubber@deakin.edu.au

Academic

Teaching Interests

Secondary Science Curriculum Units: ESS444/744 and ESS415/ESS755


Conferences and seminars

Hubber, P. (2013). Engaging students in new technologies using a representation construction pedagogy, Paper presented at the Higher Education Teaching & Learning Assciation (HETL) conference, January 13-15, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Hubber, P. & Chittleborough, G. (2012). Empowering teachers through a professional learning program that focussed on a representation intensive pedagogical approach, in Unknown (ed.), NARST 2012: ReImagining Research in 21st Century Science Education for a Diverse Global Community: Proceedings of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching annual international conference, NARST, Indianapolis, Indiana. Tytler, R. & Hubber, P. (2012). Learning science through engaging with its representational practices, in Unknown (ed.), AERA2012: Non Satis Scire to know is not enough: Proceedings of the 2012 American Educational Research Association Meeting, American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada, April Hubber, P. & Chittleborough, G. (2011). A professional learning program based on a representation intensive pedagogical approach. Paper presented at the Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) conference, Adelaide, July. Tytler, R. & Hubber, P. (2011). Learning science through representational generation/negotiation. Paper presented at the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) conference, Lyon, France, December. Hubber, P. & Chittleborough, G. (2011). A professional learning program based on a representation intensive pedagogical approach. Paper presented at the Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) conference, Adelaide, July. Tytler, R. & Hubber, P. (2011). Learning science through representational generation/negotiation. Paper presented at the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) conference, Lyon, France, December.

Related Links

SOSSPL - Switched on Secondary Science (drupal web site)


Research

Research interests

The Role of Representation in Teaching and Learning Science
ICT in Science Education


Research page

http://www.deakin.edu.au/research/admin/pubs/reports/database/dynamic/output/person/person.php?person_code=hubbepe


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