Research & Consultancy

  • Staff Research/Developmental Projects

    Staff Member

    Title of Staff Research/Developmental Projects

    PI:Wong Foong Lin Angela
    Teo Yiong Hwee
    Tsering Wangyal

    An Exploratory Study on Developing and Using a Web-Based Video Case to Teach Classroom Management
    Using Video Cases to Teach Classroom Management

    PI: Wang Qiyun
    Quek Choon Lang
    Woo Huay Lit
    Developing an Interactive Online Learning Environment for Post-Graduate Learning
    Using Live Video Conferencing to Support Blended Learning
    Joyce Koh
    Chai Ching Sing
    Lim Wei Ying
    Developing Teachers' Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge for 21st Century (TPACK-21CL) Through Design Thinking
    Woo Huay Lit
    Quek Choon Lang
    Wang Qiyun
    Private Tuition at Tuition Centres - A Singapore Study
    Koh Hwee Ling Joyce
    Chai Ching Sing
    Tan Seng Chee
    Building Epistemic Repertoire Through Computer-Supported Knowledge Creation Among Primary School Students
    Chai Ching Sing
    Koh Hwee Ling Joyce
    Tan Seng Chee
    Leveraging on a Self-Contained Diagnostic Module Embedded in a Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environment, Fostering Knowledge Creation Among Primary School Students
    Tan Seng Chee
    Chai Ching Sing
    Chen Wenli
    Choy Doris
    Koh Hwee Ling Joyce
    Shanti Divaharan
    Wang Qiyun
    Evaluation of IT Masterplan 3 - A Nationwide Longitudinal Study
    Cheung Wing Sum
    Tan Seng Chee
    Use of Information Technology: Identifying the Key Competencies Expected of Pre-School Teachers
  • The academic group offers consultancy services to schools, Ministry of Education, Other institutions of Higher Learning, Companies, Singapore Armed Forces, and voluntary organisations. The Academic group provides consultancy services in educational research, multimedia development, instructional design, evaluation of products and services; design of e-learning, and professional talks.


    Some clients include: Singapore Armed Forces, Republic of Singapore Navy, Educational Technology Division, MOE, SNP Pte. Ltd., Ednovation Pte. Ltd., Educom Pte. Ltd., various primary and secondary schools.

    For further information on consultancy services, contact the staff directly or the Head of Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group, Associate Professor Quek Choon Lang. Email:

  • For an updated list of publications by academic staff, please visit each staff member's portfolio.

    1. Wen, Y., Looi, C.K. & Chen, W. (2015). Appropriation of a representational tool in a second-language classroom. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (SSCI), 10(1), 1-32.
    2. Kwan, Y. W., & Wong, A. F. L. (2015). Effects of the constructivist learning environment on students’ critical thinking ability: Cognitive and motivational variables as mediators. International Journal of Educational Research, 70,(), 68–79.
    1. Quek, C. L., & Wang, Q.Y. (2014). Exploring teachers' perceptions of Wikis for learning classroom cases. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(2), 101-120.
    2. Quek, C. L., Liu, C., Kang, S. J.,Wang, Q., & Marino, N. D. A. (2014). Validation of attitudes and beliefs on classroom control inventory in Singapore schools. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 10.1007/s40299-013-0168-8, NA.
    3. Yeo, T.M., & Quek, C.L. (2014). Scaffolding high school students’ divergent idea generation in a computer-mediated design and technology learning environment. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 10.1007/s10798-013-9257-5, NA.
    4. Chen, W., Gu, X., & Wu, Y.T. (Ed.) (2014). Proceedings of the Global Chinese Conference of Computers in Education 2014. Proceedings of the Global Chinese Conference of Computers in Education 2014. Shanghai China.
    5. Chai, C.S., Chen, W., Gu, X., & Wu, Y.T. (Ed.) (2014). Teacher Forum Proceedings of 18th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education. Shanghai China.
    6. Miao, R., Gao, D., Chen, W., Gu, X., & Wu, Y.T. (Ed.) (2014). Workshops Proceedings of 18th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education. Shanghai China.
    7. Kwan, Y. W., & Wong, A. F. L. (2014). The constructivist classroom learning environment and its associations with critical thinking ability of secondary school students in Liberal Studies. Learning Environments Research: An International Journal, 17,(2), 191-207.
    8. Choy, D., Wong, A. F. L., Chong, S., & Lim, K. M. (2014). Beginning teachers’ pedagogical skills and knowledge towards positive pedagogic teacher-student relationships. US-China Education Review, 4,(6), 357-367
    9. Choy, D., Wong, A. F. L., Low, E.L., & Goh, K. C. (2014). Practicum experience: Pre-service teachers’ self-perception of their professional growth. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 51,(5), 472-482.
    1. Jang, S., & Wang, Q.Y. (2013). Improving Chinese composition writing through peer editing: an exploratory study on using Google Docs, International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments, 1(3), 304-314.
    2. Wang, Q.Y., Woo, H.L., & Quek, C.L. (2013). Perceived Usefulness of Facebook for Teaching and Learning: the Student Teachers Perspective. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 9(2), 243-255.
    3. Wang, Q.Y., Woo, H.L., & Quek, C.L. (2013). Exploring the affordances of Facebook for teaching and learning. International Review of Contemporary Learning Research, 1(1), 23-32.
    4. Chan, T.-W., Lin, J., Looi, C.-K., Kong, S. C., Zhu, Z., Hwang, G.-J., Yu, S., Gu, X., Chen, W., Wong, L.-H., & Wang, Q. (2013). 'How shall we recognize good academic research in this field?'. E-Education Research, 238, 5-15.
    5. Wang, Q.Y., & Quek, C.L. (2013). Investigating collaborative reflection with peers in an online space (pp.1-5). GCCCE, Beijing.
    6. Quek, C.L., Wang, Q.Y., & Kang S.J. (2013). Do teachers’ peers contribute to problem-solving of classroom management cases in a Wiki learning environment? (pp. 987-993). GCCCE, Beijing.
    7. Gao, P., & Wang, Q.Y. (2013). Enhancing collaborative reflection by using real-time collaborative editing system. GCCCE, Beijing.
    8. Zhang, H., & Wang, Q.Y. (2013). Design and evaluation of a Moodle-based school platform. GCCCE, Beijing.
    9. Wang, Q.Y. (2013). Designing an online learning environment to support group collaboration: a design research case. In Tj. Plomp and N. Nieveen (Eds.), Educational Design Research: Introduction and Illustrative Cases. SLO: the Netherlands.
    10. Yang, N.C., Wang, Q.Y., & Zhu,Z. T. (2013). Using the spiral problem solving process to design group work: a case study of educational design research at Shanghai. In Tj. Plomp and N. Nieveen (Eds.), Educational Design Research: Introduction and Illustrative Cases. SLO: the Netherlands.
    11. Chee, Y. S. (2013). Video games for "deep learning": Game-based learning as performance in the Statecraft X curriculum. In C. B. Lee & D. H. Jonassen (Eds.), Fostering conceptual change with technology: Asian perspectives, (pp. 199–224). Singapore: Cengage Learning.
    12. Chee, Y. S., Mehrotra, S., & Liu, Q. (2013). Effective game based citizenship education in the age of new media. Electronic Journal of e-Learning11(1), 16–28.
    13. Chee, Y. S. (2013). Interrogating the Learning Sciences as a design science: Leveraging insights from Chinese philosophy and Chinese medicine. Studies in Philosophy and Education. [Avaliable at Springer "Online First" doi 10.1007/s11217-013-9367-2.]
    14. Chee, Y. S. (2013). Level up: Enhancing classroom teaching and learning with game-based learning. OER ERF Final Written Report, 23 September 2013.
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