Dr Robert Matthews
|Org Unit||School of Education|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 0488|
10 Pulteney Street
PhD (Theoretical Physics), B.Sc. (Hons), Graduate Diploma Education, Diploma Counselling and Communications.
Dynamics of Student-Teacher Interactions.
Neuroscience and Education.
Theories of Learning and Education.
Creativity, Learning and Education.
Creativity and Education.
Non-linear approaches to Learning.
Psychodynamic approaches to Education, Creativity and Learning.
Teacher Wellbeing & Rejuvination.
Moral Dimension of Teaching
Mutual Development of Teacher and Student.
Matthews, R. (2010) “A Depth Psychology Account of the Creative Imagination”, in Nielson, T. & Fitzgerald, R. (Eds.) Imaginative Education, London: Cambridge Scholars.
Matthews, R. (2010) “Reflections on a Pre-service Teacher Education Approach through the Lens of the Troika”, in Toomey, R., Lovat, T. & Clement, N. (Eds.) Taking Values Education to Teacher Education, Terrigal: David Barlow Publishing.
Matthews, R. & Liu, H. (2008) “Education and Imagination”, Jones, R., Clarkson, A., Congram, S. & Stratton, N. (Eds) in Education and Imagination. East Sussix: Routledge.
Matthews, R. (2004) “Teaching Out of the Unconscious: The Role of Shadow and Archetype," Thompson, M., Gibbons, M. & Dutney, A. (Eds) in The Seeker: Papers in Honour of John P Keeves. Adelaide: FUIIE / Shannon Press.
Matthews, R. & Liu, C. (2012) “Analytical Psychology and Learning.”, in Seel, N. M. (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning, Springer.
Matthews, R. & Liu, C. (2012) “Role of Play in Learning.”, in Seel, N. M. (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning, Springer.
Liu, C. & Matthews, R. (2012) “Vygotsky’s Philosophy and Learning.”, in Seel, N. M. (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning, Springer.
Liu, C. & Matthews, R. (2012) “Psychosemiotics and Learning.”, in Seel, N. M. (Ed.) Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning, Springer.
Refereed Journal Papers:
Maniam, V. & Matthews, R. (2012) Secondary School Students' Feelings about participation in Sports. A Qualitative Study from Six Schools in Adelaide, South Australia. The Journal of Sport and Sociey, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 61-72.
Matthews, R. (2010) The Feeling Function and Education: Differentiated Relationships and Ethics of the Teacher. Journal: Culture & Psyche, Volume 3, Number 4, pp. 102-111.
Matthews, R. (2010) Aligning School and University for Beginning Teachers: Utilising the Collaborative skills of pre-service teachers to support teacher induction. Leadership in Focus, No. 18, Winter, pp. 10-12.
Liu, H. & Matthews, R. (2005) Vygotsky’s philosophy: Constructivism and its criticisms examined. International Education Journal, 2005, 6(3), 386-399.
Refereed Conference Papers:
Talib, O., Matthews, R. & Secombe, M. (2005). Computer-animated instruction and students’ conceptual change in electrochemistry: Preliminary qualitative analysis. International Education Journal, ERC2004 Special Issue, 2005, 5(5), 29-42.
Talib, O., Matthews, R. & Secombe, M (2005). Prototype Model of Computer-Animated Instruction in electrochemistry – Preliminary Quantitative Analysis. In H.S Dhinsa, I.J. Kyeleve, O. Chukwu & J.S.H.Q. Perera (Eds). The International Conference on Future Directions in Science, Mathematics and Technical Education (pp.101-110). Gadong: University Brunei Darussalam. 5
Non-refereed Journal Papers:
Matthews, R (2008) Engaging Asian Learners: Teaching explicit concepts through active learning approaches. English as a Second Language Educators of South Australia Journal, Vol 24, No. 2, p. 14.
Matthews, R. (2010) Reviving the Educator. [Review of the book Re-imagining Education: Essays on Reviving the Soul of Learning, Slattery, D. P. & Selig, J. L. Eds.] Journal: Culture & Psyche, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 96-97.
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