Our other writing

Some other pieces we’ve written or presented on epistemic fluency, professional knowledge and learning etc:


Goodyear, P., & Ellis, R. (2007). The development of epistemic fluency: learning to think for a living. In A. Brew & J. Sachs (Eds.), Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice (pp. 57-68). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Goodyear, P., & Markauskaite, L. (2008, November). Epistemic fluency and teaching-as-design. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, Brisbane, Australia.

Goodyear, P., & Markauskaite, L. (2009). Teachers’ design knowledge, epistemic fluency and reflections on students’ experiences. Proceedings of the 32nd Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Annual Conference Proceedings, HERDSA 2009. The Student Experience, (pp. 154–162). Australia, Darwin, 6–9 July 2009.

Goodyear, P., & Markauskaite, L. (2012). Pedagogic designs, technology and practice-based education. In J. Higgs, R. Barnett, S. Billett, M. Hutchings & F. Trede (Eds.), Practice‐based education: perspectives and strategies (pp. 131-144). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Goodyear, P., & Zenios, M. (2007). Discussion, collaborative knowledge work and epistemic fluency. British Journal of Educational Studies, 55(4), 351-368.

Goodyear, P., Markauskaite, L., & Kali, Y. (2009). Learning design, design contexts and pedagogical knowledge-in-pieces. In Proceedings of the future of learning design conference, (Paper 2, pp. 13–19). Australia, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, 10 December 2009.

Kali, Y., Goodyear, P., & Markauskaite, L. (2011). Researching design practices and design cognition: contexts, experiences and pedagogical knowledge-in-pieces. Learning, Media & Technology.

Markauskaite, L., & Goodyear, P. (2009). Designing for complex ICT-based learning: understanding teacher thinking to help improve educational design. In Atkinson, R. J. & McBeath, C. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Auckland, New Zealand, (pp. 614–624).

Markauskaite, L., & Goodyear, P. (2014). Professional work and knowledge. In S. Billett, C. Harteis & H. Gruber (Eds.), International handbook of research in professional and practice-based learning (pp. 79-106). Springer: Dordrecht.

Markauskaite, L., & Goodyear, P. (2014b). Tapping into the mental resources of teachers’ working knowledge: insights into the generative power of intuitive pedagogy. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 3(4), 237–251.

Markauskaite, L., Goodyear, P., & Bachfischer, A. (2014). Epistemic games for knowledgeable action in professional learning. In Polman, J. L., Kyza, E. A., O’Neill, D. K., Tabak, I., Penuel, W. R., Jurow, A. S., O’Connor, K., Lee, T., and D’Amico, L. (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2014. Learning and becoming in practice, (Vol. 3, pp.1289–1292). June 23–27 2014, University of Colorado Boulder. Boulder, CO: International Society of the Learning Sciences.


University teaching and epistemic fluency: Frames, conceptual blending and experiential resources in teacher pedagogical and ICT choices. Presented at three seminars during visits to University of California – Berkeley,  University of Sheffield and Glasgow Caledonian Academy, 18 April–10 May 2011.

Learning for knowledgeable action and innovation: An epistemic fluency perspective. Working presentation 6 November 2013 @CoCo Research Centre

Functional epistemic games for knowledgeable action in professional learning @ The International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS), June 23–27 2014, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Understanding the learning brain in the world @ The Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning and Tertiary Education (ascilite), 29 November -2 December 2015, Curtin University, Perth, Australia.

Teaching people to think and work across disciplinary and professional boundaries Symposium presentation @ The Sciences of Technologies of Learning Research Fest, 5  2015, The University of Sydney, Australia.

Learning to work across boundaries – opportunities for research and innovation. Plenary discussion @ The Sciences of Technologies of Learning Research Fest, 5  2015, The University of Sydney, Australia.

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