publications

 

Books
Carvalho, L., & Yeoman, P. (2018). Learning to Teach in Innovative Spaces. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
 

Book Chapters

Yeoman, P. (in progress). The Material Correspondence of Learning. In R. Ellis, & P. Goodyear (Eds.), Spaces of teaching and learning: Integrating perspectives on research and practice. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Springer.

Yeoman, P. (2017). A study in improvisation, in the design and use of complex networked learning environments. In L. Carvalho, P. Goodyear,  & M. de Laat (Eds.), Place-based spaces for networked learning (pp. 41-59). New York, NY: Routledge.

Hinton, T., Yeoman, P., Ashor, L., & Poronnick, P. (2017). Spaces enabling change: X-lab and science education 2020. In L. Carvalho, P. Goodyear, & M. de Laat (Eds.), Place-based spaces for networked learning (pp. 206-224). New York, NY: Routledge.

Goodyear, P., Thompson, K., Ashe, D., Pinto, A., Carvalho, L., Parisio, M., Parker, P., Schwendimann, B., Wardak, D., & Yeoman, P. (2015). Analysing the structural properties of learning networks: Architectural insights into buildable forms. In M. Mor, B. Craft, & M. Maina (Eds.), The art and science of learning design (pp. 15-29). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense.

Ashe, D., Yeoman, P., & Shaw, T. (2014). Q-Stream: Learning in the ‘in-between’. In L. Carvalho, & P. Goodyear (Eds.), The architecture of productive learning networks (pp. 325-326). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Yeoman, P., & Thompson, K.  (submitted). Visualising ideation: Identifying productive collaboration in a complex learning environment. International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Work.

Kelly, N., Thompson, K., & Yeoman, P. (2015). The role of theory in the mindful innovation of instruments and representations: Developing a learning analytic technique for orchestration of a computer-supported collaborative design task. Journal of Learning Analytics, 2(2), 14-42.

Hinton, T., Yeoman, P., Carvalho, L., Parisio, M., Day, M., Byrne, S., Bell, A., Donohoe, K., Radford, J., Tregloan, P., Poronnik, P., & Goodyear, P. (2014). Participating in the communication of science: Identifying relationships between laboratory space designs and students’ activities. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 22(5), 30–42.

 

Published Conference Proceedings

Yeoman, P. (2014). Habits and habitats: Ethnography of a school based learning ecology. Proceedings of the 4th International Society for Cultural and Activity Research Congress (ISCAR). Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P., & Carvalho, L. (2014). Material entanglement in a primary school learning network. In S. Bayne, C. Jones, M. de Laat, T. Ryberg, & C. Sinclair (Eds.). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Networked Learning. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Yeoman, P. (2013). Habits & habitats: Ethnography of a school based learning ecology. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. Madison, WI.

Thompson, K., Ashe, D., Wardak, D., Yeoman, P., & Parisio, M. (2013). Identification of patterns of tool use and sketching practices in a learning by design task. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. Madison, WI.

Thompson, K., Ashe, D., Yeoman, P., & Parisio, M. (2013). Phases of design: Following idea development and patterns of collaborative discussion in a learning by design project. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. Madison, WI.

 

Conference Presentations

Yeoman, P. & Phelps, M. (2017, August). If you could see what I can see: The professional and interdisciplinary challenges of designing spaces for learning. Paper presentation at the 17th Biennial conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). Tampere, Finland.

Hod, Y., Eberle, J., Benishou, M., Charles, E., Cress, U., Fischer, F., Goodyear, P., Kali, K., Kollar, I., Thompson, K., Tjietjen, P., & Yeoman, P. (2017, June). Synthesizing CSCL perspectives on the theory, methods, design, and implementation of future learning spaces. Workshop session to be presented at the International Society of the Learning Sciences 12th conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. Philadelphia, PA.

Ashor, L. K., Hinton, T., Poronnik, P., & Yeoman, P. (2017, July). Experimenting with science and engineering teaching laboratory design. Workshop session to be presented at the 52nd meeting of The Society for College and University Planning. Washington, DC.

Carvalho, L., & Yeoman, P. (2016, October). Designing for mobile learning. Workshop presented at the 15th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning. Sydney, Australia.

 

Poster Presentations

Yeoman, P. (2014, November). The problem with noise or the noise in the problem. Poster session presented at the Sciences and Technologies of Learning (STL) Research Fest, hosted by the Faculty of Education and Social Work. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Hinton, T., Yeoman, P., Poronnick, P., Parisio, M., Carvalho, L., Donohoe, K., Day, M., Byrne, S.N., Bell, A., Tregloan, P.A., & Goodyear, P. (2014, June). Spaces driving change: Impact of the transition to transdisiplinary learning spaces on science education. Poster session presented at the meeting of the International Consortium for Educational Development, Stockholm, Sweden.

Yeoman, P. (2013, March). Material Entanglement: Learning activity and the setting in which it occurs. Poster session presented at the Sciences and Technologies of Learning (STL) Research Fest, hosted by the Faculty of Engineering & Information Technologies. The University of Sydney, Australia.

 

Presentations Related to Postgraduate Research

Yeoman, P. (2016, March). Ethnography, a way of working in the world. A research methods workshop presented at the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation (CRLI), at the University of Sydney.

Yeoman, P. (2013, April). ‘Doing field work’. A research methods workshop presented at the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning and Cognition (CoCo). The University of Sydney, Australia.

 

Presentations Related to Research on Learning and Teaching

Goodyear, P., Yeoman, P., & Carvalho, C. (2016, November). Design and Innovative Learning Spaces. A roundtable exploring Research Communities in Education Social Work and Social Policy, hosted by the Faculty of Education and Social Work. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2016, August). Lessons in Reading the Learning Landscape. A seminar hosted by the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation, Faculty of Education & Social Work, the University of Sydney.

Yeoman, P. (2016, March). Habits & habitats: The relationship between spaces for learning and learning activity. An invited lecture, to students enrolled in Design for Learning (EDPC5022) an elective unit in the Master of Learning Sciences and Technology. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Hinton, T., Ellis, R., Parisio, M., & Yeoman, P. (2015, November). Learning space research. Walking workshop presented at the Sciences and Technologies of Learning (STL) Research Fest, hosted by the Faculty of Medicine. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2015, October). Material entanglement in a primary school learning network. A presentation at the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning and Cognition (CoCo) Doctoral Colloquium. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2014, October). Because this is what we do in the Zone: An exploration of the perceptions and practices surrounding the use of space in an unusual primary school. A presentation at the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning and Cognition (CoCo) Doctoral Colloquium. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2014, May). One large, intimate, flexible, teaching space that engenders 21st century learning skills – please? An invited lecture to the staff at BVN Architecture. Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2014, March). Habits & Habitats: Learning theories and learning theorists. An invited lecture for students participating in the design of a local primary school, in the Faculty of Architecture. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2013, October). Exploring the confluence of archaeology and the learning sciences: Entanglement and the architectural framework for the analysis of learning networks. A presentation at the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning and Cognition (CoCo) Doctoral Colloquium. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2013, August). Habits & habitats: The relationship between spaces for learning and learning activity. An invited lecture to students enrolled in Design for Learning (EDPC5022), an elective unit in the Master of Learning Sciences and Technology. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2013, August). Habits & habitats: An interim report. A presentation to the school board of Northern Beaches Christian School. Sydney, Australia.

Hinton, T., Poronnik, P., Parisio, M., Carvalho, L., & Yeoman, P. (2013, March). Evaluation of the New Learning Spaces in the CPC. A presentation at the Sciences and Technologies of Learning (STL) Research Fest, hosted by the Faculty of Engineering & Information Technologies. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Martinez-Maldonado, R., Yeoman, P., Kay, J., & Clayphan, A. (2013, March). Classroom orchestration: Building a bridge between HCI and the learning sciences. An interactive workshop presented at the Sciences and Technologies of Learning (STL) Research Fest, hosted by the Faculty of Engineering & Information Technologies. The University of Sydney, Australia.

Yeoman, P. (2013, March). Habits & habitats: Conducting ethnographic research in schools. A presentation to the staff of Northern Beaches Christian School. Sydney, Australia.

 

Doctoral Thesis and M. Phil dissertation

Yeoman, P. (2015). Habits & Habitats: An ethnography of learning entanglement. (Doctoral thesis, University of Sydney, Australia). Retrieved fromRetrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2123/13982.

Yeoman, P. (1993). Smuts: South African foreign policy and expansion 1918-1948, with specific reference to South West Africa. (M.Phil dissertation, University of Cambridge, England).