Subramaniam RAMANATHAN

Designation
Associate Professor

Department
Natural Sciences & Science Education (NSSE)

Office Location
NIE7-03-64

Education
PhD

Email
subramaniam.r@nie.edu.sg

Office Telephone Number
67903854

Research Interests
chemistry education, physics education, primary science education, science communication, informal science education, ICT in education, creativity, STEM education, and science & technology developments in Singapore

    • Feb 2001 to Sep 2005: Assistant Professor (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University)
    • Oct 2005 to present: Associate Professor  (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University)
    • Associate Dean (Educational Research): Jul 2006-Oct 2007 (Graduate Programs & Research Office, NIE/NTU) (Concurrent appointment)
    • Associate Dean (Graduate Academic Programs): Oct 2007 -Dec 2008 (Graduate Programs & Research Office, NIE/NTU) (Concurrent appointment)

    Publications: 72 papers published in peer-reviewed international journals, 38 peer-reviewed chapters published in books of international publishers, and 6 books published by international publishers

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)
    • QCY 520: Teaching of Chemistry I
    • QCY 521: Teaching of Chemistry II
    • QCY 522: Teaching of Chemistry III
    Master of Education (Science)
    • MSC 881: Foundations of Science and Science Education
    • MSC 882: Research Methodologies in Science Education
    • MSC 886:  Assessment of Students' Alternative Conceptions and Conceptual Change
    Doctor in Education
    • NEDD 804: Conceptualizing and Writing the Research  Proposal
    In-service courses
    • INS 4402: Topics in Physical Science for Primary Science Teaching (Advanced Diploma in Primary Science)
    • INS 2008: Teaching of Physics through Misconceptions
    • INS 2132: Critical Thinking in Science Lessons
    • INS 2120: Use of Physics in Everyday Contexts for Teaching
     

  • 5 PhD students, 5 Master of Education students by research and 6 Master of Education students by dissertation have graduated.