Jason Loh, PhD (Sheffield), FCollT (London), is a Senior Lecturer and teacher educator at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NIE/NTU). He is an instructional researcher who studies teachers and teaching in Primary and Secondary classrooms, largely due to his own experiences as a teacher in primary (English Language, Mathematics & Social Studies) and secondary (English Language & History) education contexts. He held leadership roles in the different schools prior to joining the university, held a Visiting appointment at the London Institute Of Education (IOE) in June 2013, and an Honorary appointment at the Institute Of Education, UCL in June 2015.
He has published in various journals [Teaching And Teacher Education, The Qualitative Report, Waikato Journal of Education, The Reading Teacher, English Teaching: Practice and Critique, Reading in a Foreign Language, Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL, Malaysian Journal of ELT Research, AsTEN (ASEAN Teacher Education) Journal] and contributed to various chapters/entries in different international books on teaching and teacher education [a chapter in International Teacher Education: Promising Pedagogies (edited by Cheryl Craig and Lily Orland-Barak), a chapter in the International Handbook of Teacher Education (edited by John Loughran and Mary Hamilton), a chapter in The handbook of teaching and learning (edited by Gene Hall et. al.), an entry in the TESOL Encyclopedia of English language teaching: Current trends and future directions, two entries in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education, and a chapter in Teaching the World's Teachers: A History, 1970-2017 (edited by James Fraser)].
In recent years, Loh has served as a member of the EL 2020 Syllabus Review committee for the Reading Strand, was invited as a Keynote speaker for the East Zone Centre of Excellence (Primary) for English Language held at St Hilda’s Primary (July 2018) and for the E2 Teacher Leaders Networking Session held at Temasek Junior College (January 2019), and a member of the Editorial board for NIE’s flagship journal, the Asia Pacific Journal of Education (APJE).