Tan, M. (in
press). Innovation to what end? Makerspaces as sites for science education. In
Bryan, L., & Tobin, K. (Eds.), Critical
Issues and Bold Visions for Science Education: The Road Ahead. (PP. 37-55). Leiden: Brill.
Bismack, A.S., Ong, Y.S., Tahirsylaj,
A., & Duschl, R.A. (2016). Summary: Driving
change forward. In R. A. Duschl & A. S. Bismark (Eds.),Reconceptualizing
STEM education: The central role of practices(PP. 307-327). New York: Routledge.
Tan, M. (2017).
Makerspaces in Singapore: Pedagogic principles for nurturing innovativeness. In
Chai, C. S., Koh, J. H. L., & Teo, Y. H. (Eds.),Technology-enhanced
21st Century Learning (PP. 284-299). Singapore: Pearson.
Tan, M. (2016, June). Embodied Search Processes in Creative Problem
Solving: How Do People Learn in Makerspaces?. In Looi, C. K., Polman, J. L.,
Cress, U., & Reimann, P. (Eds.), Transforming
Learning, Empowering Learners, 2, 920-925.
Tan, M., Trninic, D., & Ng, Z. Y. (2016,
December). Abductive reasoning in design,tinkering and making: Studying problem solving activity in makerspaces.
In Baguley, M. (Ed.), Annual
Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, 1, 1-13.
Tan, T.T.M., Lee, P.P.F., Sam, C.K., & Lee, Y.J. (2013, September).
Building improvised microbial fuel cells - Activities for minds-on engagement
and STEM integration. Proceedings
of the 41st SEFI Annual Conference 2013 - Engineering Education Fast Forward
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Conference Papers Without Proceedings
Teo, T. W.
(2019, May). STEM Education
Frameworks for 21st Century Learning. Paper presented at Regional STEM
Symposium 2019, Bangkok, Thailand.
Tan, A. L.
(2019, May). Integrated STEM Instructional Framework. Paper presented at
Regional STEM Symposium 2019, Bangkok, Thailand.
Teo, T. W.
(2019, April). Xilong-SNIC Award Lecture. Riding on or against
the global STEM education: The way forward for chemistry education research.
Paper presented at Chemistry National Meeting Singapore, Singapore.
Tan, M. (2019). Distancing education
from the economy: STEM Education for humanistic goals. THF Workshop Reports
No. 7: STEM Education, 7, 15–20.
Tan, M. (2018). Constructing what?
Knowledges of the powerful, and powerful knowledges. In V. Dagiene
& E. Jasute (Eds.), Constructionism 2018
(pp. 721–724). Vilnius University.
Tan, M. (2018). Constructionism in
Singapore: Widening the goals of education. In V. Dagiene
& E. Jasute (Eds.), Constructionism 2018.
Tan, M., Lim,
K., Chong, S. K., Koh, H. J., Teo, B. C. (2018, January). Changing learning cultures by
reevaluating existing resources: informal learning within the school context.
Paper presented at International Congress on School Effectiveness and
Tan, M. (2018,
April). When makerspaces meet
school: Considering cultural designs for learning in makerspaces. Paper
presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association,
New York, NY, United States.
Koh, J.Q.D., &
Tan, A.-L. (2018, June). STEM
tasks related to biology. Paper presented at International Science
Education Conference 2018, Singapore.
Koh, J. Q. D.,& Tan, A.-L. (2018, June). STEM tasks related to biology
(Diabetes and oral medication). Paper presented at Australasian Science
Education Conference 2018, Gold Coast, Australia.
Tan, T.T.M.*, Toh, L., Teo, R.S.L., & Lee, Y.J. (2017, February). Building bug batteries: An
integrated STEM curriculum package using a design-based inquiry approach.
Paper presented at 2017 Korean Association for Science Education (KASE)
International Conference, Seoul, Korea.
Loh, C. E., Tan., M., Ellis, M., Wilkinson, M. (2017, May). Rethinking Learning Spaces:
Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Paper presented at Redesigning
Pedagogies International Conference, Singapore.
Tan, M. (2017,
May). Making for science
education: reconsidering the nature of science in science instruction. Paper
presented at Redesigning Pedagogies International Conference, Singapore.
Teo, T. W.
(2017, September). Understanding
the experiences of specialised STEM school students.
Paper presented at British Education Research Association, Brighton, United
Teo, T. W.,
Goh, W. P. J., & Yeo, L. W. (2017, November). An evaluation study of the impact
of a STEM programme for girls. Paper presented at
Hong Kong Educational Research Association International Conference, Hong Kong,
Hong Kong (China).
Teo, T. W.
(2017, June). Feminist Science
Inquiry in the STEM Education of Girls. Paper presented at Redesigning
Pedagogy International Conference, Singapore.
Wee, H. S.,
Tan, M. (2015, September). MAKING
MAKERS: DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF INNOVATION & EXPLORATION IN A SINGAPOREAN
SCHOOL. Paper presented at Fablearn 2015, Palo
Alto, CA, United States.
Tan, M. (2015,
January). It looks like fun,
but what are they learning: Generating curriculum principles for makerspaces in
school contexts. Paper presented at Redesigning Pedagogies: Leaders,
Values, and Citizenship in the 21st Century, Singapore.
Tan, M., Lee,
S. S., Lai, C., & Yeo, R. (2015, June). Makerspaces
without space: Rethinking makerspaces in Singapore. Paper presented at
Redesigning Pedagogies: Leaders, Values, and Citizenship in the 21st Century,
Teo, T. W.
(2012, March). Examining power
and accountability issues in a U.S. STEM school. Paper presented at
National Association of Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, Indiana,
Teo, T. W.
(2011, October). Accountability
and power in a U.S. specialized high school. Paper presented at Bergamo
Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice, Dayton, Ohio, United
Teo, T. W.
(2011, April). “Chemistry is
chemistry!” Women’s differing standpoints at a specialized STEM school.
Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans,
Louisiana, United States.
Editorships of Special Issue of Journal
Teo, T. W.,
& Osborne, M. (Ed.) (2014). Theory
Into Practice, Critical Issues in STEM Schools, 53
Tan, A. L.,
Teo, T. W., Choy, B. H., & Ong, Y. S. (2019). The S-T-E-M Quartet. Innovation and Education, 1(3). https://doi.org/10.1186/s42862-019-0005-x
Koh, J. Q.
D., & Tan, A.-L. (in press). Students as pharmaceutical engineers: A
biology-centric STEM task.Teaching
science. Pp. 26-32.
Tan, M. (2019). When Makerspaces
Meet School: Negotiating Tensions Between Instruction and Construction. Journal
of Science Education and Technology, 28(2), 75–89. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10956-018-9749-x
Tan, M. (2018). Why STEM? Why now?
Educating for technologies, or technologies for education? Learning:
Research and Practice, 4(2), 203–209. https://doi.org/10.1080/23735082.2018.1511275
Teo, T. W. (2015). Inside versus outside the science classroom: Examiningthe positionality of two female science teachers at the boundaries of scienceeducation. Cultural
Studies of Science Education, 10(2), 381-402.
Teo, T. W.,
& Osborne, M. (2014). Understanding accountability from a microanalysis ofpower dynamics in a specialised STEM school. Critical Studies in Education, 5(2),
Tan, A.-L., & Leong, W. F.
(2014). Mapping curriculum innovation in STEM schools to assessment
requirements: Tensions and dilemmas. Theory
into Practice, 53(1), 11-17.
Teo, T. W., & Ke, K. J. (2014). Challenges in STEM teaching:Implication for preservice and inservice teachereducation program. Theory
Into Practice, 53(1), 18-24.
Teo, T. W. (2014). Hidden currents in the STEMpipeline: Insights from the dyschronous life episodesof a minority female STEM teacher. Theory
Into Practice, 53(1), 48-54.
Teo, T. W., & Osborne, M.
(2012). Using symbolic interactionism toanalyze a specialized STEM high school teacher’s experience in curriculumreform. Cultural
Studies of Science Education, 7, 541-567.
Teo, T. W. (2012). Building Potemkin schools: Sciencecurriculum reform in a STEM school. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 44(5),
Teo, T. W. (2019, May). THF Workshop Reports No. 7 STEM
Education: An Overview Challenges in the implementation of STEM in classrooms,
Teo, T. W. (2018, November). The Education University of Hong
Kong, Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Newsletter STEM Education:
From the perspective of a Singapore STEM educator, 3, 11-13.
Tan, T.T.M. (2018, March). Learning@NIE.Internet Sensation! Using
IoT-connected Sensors for Applied Learning., 2018, 38-39.
Tan, T. (2017, November). OER Knowledge Bites. Approaching STEM integration., Volume
Technical Reports or Monographs
Teo, T. W., Yeo, L.
W., & Goh, W. P. J. (2018, May). Understanding How the Girls to Pioneer Programme affect Students’ Attitudes Towards STEM and
Shaper Their STEM-related Identities, 23.
Teo, T. W. (2018, June). Teaching Excellence: Embracing
Innovation and Tradition. KEYNOTE ADDRESS, STEM Education in Singapore: A
Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approach, Hong Kong, Hong Kong (China).
Teo, T. W. (2018, August). International Meeting on STEMEducation 2018. KEYNOTE ADDRESS, STEM Education and Research
Landscape, Khon Kaen,
Teo, T. W. (2017, November). International Conference on
Education Innovation. KEYNOTE ADDRESS, STEM Education in Singapore and
Beyond, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
Teo, T. W. (2017, November). Teachers' competence(s) in the
context of globalisation. KEYNOTE ADDRESS, The
Global STEM Wave, Thai Nguyen City, Viet Nam.