LOH Chin Ee

Designation
Assistant Professor

Department
English Language & Literature (ELL)

Office Location
NIE3-03-163

Education
LLB Hons (NUS), PGDE (NIE), Masters in Literary Linguistics (Nottingham), PhD (University at Albany, State University of New York)

Email
chinee.loh@nie.edu.sg

Office Telephone Number
67903431

Research Interests
Curriculum, Instructional and Assessment practices in Literature Education, Multicultural Literature, Literacy/Literature and Globalization, Pre-service and Teacher Education, Reading

  • Loh Chin Ee is an Assistant Professor in the English Language and Literature Academic Group at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. She graduated from the University of Albany, State University of New York, where she was actively involved with literacy research projects at the Centre on English Learning and Achievement, including the National Study of Writing Instruction. Formerly a secondary school teacher, she has taught at Raffles Girls’ Secondary School, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) and Yishun Town Secondary School. She currently teachers pre-service, inservice and postgraduate courses at NIE.

    She is the co-editor of Teaching Literature in Singapore Secondary Schools (Pearson, 2013), Little Things: an Anthology of Poetry (Ethos, 2013) and Teaching Poetry to Adolescents: a Teachers’ Guide to Little Things. Her work has been published in Changing English, English Journal and Anthropology and Education Quarterly. She is Book Review co-editor of Pedagogies, and international journal, and founder of enl*ght, a NIE-based student-run publication for Literature teachers.

    Her research interests are in Literature education and literacy practices at the nexus of globalization. She is currently working on a study on reading and school libraries.

    • Curriculum, Instructional and Assessment practices in Literature Education
    • Multicultural Literature, Literacy
    • Literature and Globalization
    • Reading and school libraries

  • PGDE (Seconday)

    • QCR520 Aims and Approaches to Teaching Literature
    • QCR523 Literature Assessment, Writing and Teacher Reflection

    BA

    • ACR422 Literature Assessment

    Masters

    • MLE814 Issues in Literature Curriculum and Assessment
    • MAE808 Literature and Language Education

    Others

    • Practicum supervision


  • Serene Wee (2013) Writing Singapore in the Multicultural Context