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Professor Chang is currently a chair professor of National Taiwan Normal University, the director of the Science Education Center, a joint professor of the Science Education Research Institute and the Department of Earth Sciences. In the past, he served as a visiting professor at the Education University of Hong Kong, Paris VIII University and Taipei Medical University. His research interests mainly cover science education, digital learning, learning science across domains, and science communication. Professor Chang has long served as a member of the preliminary review and review committee of special research projects of the Science and Technology Development and International Cooperation Division of the National Science and Technology Commission of the Executive Yuan (hereinafter referred to as the National Science and Technology Council). From 2008 to 2013, he served as the project chief host of the "Excellent Digital Learning Science Research Center" in the national plan of digital archives and digital learning of the National Science Council, leading and promoting the integration of research projects Quite a lot of experience. From 2011 to 2016, he served as the chief project director of the Science Education Research Center of the "Towards the Top University Project" subsidized by the Ministry of Education of Taiwan Normal University, striving to develop and improve the scientific literacy of the whole people in the future. At present, nearly 150 papers have been published (including accepted) in journals with censorship systems at home and abroad, and nearly 100 of them are included in the SCI/SSCI (Science/Social Science Citation Index) journal database.
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Prof. Dongke Zhang serves as the associate dean and associate professor at Faculty of Education in Hebei University, China.
Prof. Florence Martin is a Professor in Learning, Design and Technology at North Carolina State University. She received her Doctorate and Master’s degrees in Educational Technology from Arizona State University. Prior to her current position, she was a Full Professor at University of North Carolina Charlotte and a tenured Associate Professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington for 15 years. She has worked on instructional design projects for Shooolini University, Viridis Learning, Maricopa Community College District, University of Phoenix, Intel, Cisco Learning Institute, and Arizona State University and taught online for Walden University. She teaches courses on Learning, Design and Technology 100% online and has received Quality Matters Certification for eight of her courses. She was the first place winner of the Crystal Award from the Division of Distance Learning in Association of Educational Communications and Technology in 2015 which is given to innovative and outstanding multimedia-based distance learning courses. While at UNC Charlotte, she developed the Post-Masters Certificate in University and College Teaching, Ed.D., and PhD. Learning Design and Technology concentrations at UNC Charlotte. She led efforts to receive program level quality matters certification for the Instructional Systems Technology Program and endorsement for the Graduate Certificate in Instructional Systems Technology from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology while at UNC Charlotte.
Dr. Martin engages in research to create transformative learning experiences through effective design and integration of digital teaching and learning innovations. In recent years, she has researched on the design of online learning environments, cybersecurity and computer science education, and competencies for learning and development professionals to provide equitable learning opportunities. She has published the results of her research in several leading journals in the field of instructional technology including Educational Technology Research and Development, Computers and Education, British Journal of Educational Technology, Internet and Higher Education, Educational Research Review, American Journal of Distance Education and Educational Technology & Society. Some of the research themes she is currently investigating include digital safety, teaching programming online, meta-analysis on online learning, online instructor roles and strategies.
Jana Groß Ophoff
Jana Groß Ophoff studied Psychology at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Albert Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (DE). Afterwards, she worked as PhD research assistant and PhD candidate at the University of Koblenz-Landau (DE) in the project Vergleichsarbeiten in der Grundschule [Mandatory student performance test in German primary education] (VERA: Prof. Dr. I. Hosenfeld, Prof. Dr. A. Helmke). After completing her PhD (Dr. phil.), she focussed her research on the assessment of educational research literacy of students in the field of educational sciences within the project Learning the Science of Education (LeScEd, PI: Prof. Dr. M. Wirtz, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research) at the University of Education in Freiburg (DE). Between April 2019 and January 2021 she worked as post-doc researcher at the chair “Research on teachers and teacher education with special emphasis on subject-matter teaching and learning” (Prof. Dr. Colin Cramer) at the University of Tübingen (DE). There, she received the Venia Legendi for Educational Science (German: Erziehungswissenschaft). As part of Colin Cramer’s research group, she was involved in a survey of German teachers and school leaders (Projekt LineS: 2019–2020). Since February 2021, she is professor of Educational Sciences (German: Bildungswissenschaften) at the University College of Teacher Education Vorarlberg (AT).
Jingjing Lin, PhD, is an Assistant professor in the Center for IT-based Education (CITE) at Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan. She received her doctoral degree in communication sciences at USI Università della Svizzera italiana (Switzerland), master’s degree in IT in education at The University of Hong Kong, and bachelor degree in public administration at Harbin Engineering University, China. Her research interests cover eLearning, active learning, research literacy, entrepreneurship education, and MOOCs. She was the winner of the MAJ Best Open Courseware Award (Honorable Mention), the IFITT Best PhD Proposal Award 2017, the Innosuisse Innovation Cheque voucher 2019, and the JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Overseas Researcher 2019. She is a member of APA, IEEE, IEEE Education Society, and AERA.
Joined on: August 1, 2021
Dr. Juanjuan Chen is a member of the “Scheme of 100 Young Professors” at the College of Education, Zhejiang University. She obtained her PhD in Educational Technology from the University of Hong Kong and a Master in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Tsinghua University.
Her research interests include inquiry learning in STEM education, scaffolding learning using visual representational tools, computer-supported collaborative learning, experimental and quantitative studies, cognition, metacognition, emotion, and motivation in learning.
Lukas LIU, Z.
Dr. LIU, Lukas Z. is currently an assistant professor of the academic unit of Human Communication, Development, and Information Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. He obtained his Ph.D. from Florida State University and later joined the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth as a postdoctoral researcher and Columbia University as a visiting assistant professor.
His research areas include instructional systems design, computational thinking, game-based learning, and learning analytics.
Dr. Mark Newman is an Interdisciplinary Social Scientist working predominantly in applied research areas. His professional background includes health, social sciences and education and he has worked in the NHS as well as in Higher Education. His academic interests span three inter-related areas:
He combines his interests in his roles as a senior researcher in the EPPI-Centre, Module Leader on the MSc in Social Policy and Social Research and Programme Leader of the Research Training Programme in the Centre for Doctoral Education UCL Institute of Education.