Publications

 

Journal Articles

  1. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2017). The state of climate change education – reflections from a selection of studies around the world. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 26(3), 177 - 179.
  2. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2017). The curriculum of climate change education: A case for Singapore. The Journal of Environmental Education, 48(3), 172 - 181, 1.033.
  3. Kidman, G. & Chang, C.H. (2017). The end of a beginning – what it means for international research geographical and environmental education for uncertain times ahead. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 26(4), online first.
  4. Chang, C.H., Pascua, L. & Ess, F. (2017). Closing the “Hole in the Sky”: The Use of Refutation-Oriented Instruction to Correct Students' Climate Change Misconceptions. Journal of Geography, Online First, 1 - 14
  5. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2017). The curriculum of climate change education: A case for Singapore. The Journal of Environmental Education, Online First, 1 - 10
  6. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2016). Singapore students' misconceptions of climate change. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 25(1), 84 -96.
  7. Irvine, K.N., Chang, C.H. & Das, D. (2016). Waterscapes Asia: Concepts and Practices - Editorial. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International, 5(3), 1 - 9.
  8. Chang, C.H. (2015). Teaching climate change - a fad or a necessity?. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 24(3), 181 - 183.
  9. Chang, C.H., & Pascua, L. (2015). The Hole in the Sky Causes Global Warming’: A Case Study of Secondary School Students’ Climate Change Alternative Conceptions. Review of International Geographical Education Online, 5(3), 316 -33
  10. Pascua, L.& Chang, C.H. (2015). Using intervention-oriented evaluation to diagnose and correct students’ persistent climate change misconceptions: A Singapore case study. Evaluation and Program Planning, 52, 70 -77.
  11. Chang, C.H. (2014). Is Singapore's school geography becoming too responsive to the changing needs of society?. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 23(1), 25 - 39.
  12. Chang, C.H. & Irvine, K.N. (2014). Climate Change Resilience and Public Education in Response to Hydrologic Extremes in Singapore. British Journal of Environment and Climate Change, 4(3), 328 - 354.
  13. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2014). Uncovering the nexus between scientific discourse and school geography in Singapore students’ understanding of climate change. Research in Geographic Education, 16(1), 41 - 56.
  14. Chang, C.H., Teng, P., Tan, A.L., Joiko, S., Chan, Y.W. & Poh, M.S. (2014). Uncovering Singapore Teachers’ Motivation to Participate in Professional Development Activities. Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal, 5(1), 1369 - 1375.
  15. Chang, C.H. (2013). Advancing a Framework for Climate Change Education in Singapore Through Teacher Professional Development. HSSE Online Research and Practice in Humanities & Social Studies Education, 2(1), 28 -35.
  16. Chang, C.H. (2012). The Changing Climate of Teaching and Learning School Geography – The Case of Singapore. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 21(4), 1 - 13.
  17. Chang, C.H. (2012). A Critical Discourse of Singapore’s School Geography for the Twenty-First Century. Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal, 3(3), 626 - 638.
  18. Goh, D.H.L, Razkin, K. Lee, C.S., Lim, E.P., Chatterjea, K. & Chang, C.H. (2012). Evaluating the use of a mobile annotation system for geography education. The Electronic Library: The international journal for the application of technology in information environments, 30(5), 589 - 607.
  19. Chang, C.H.,Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L, Theng, Y.L, Lim, E.P., Sun, A., Razikin, K., T.N.Q. & Quach, H.N.H. (2012). Lessons from learner experiences in a field-based inquiry in Geography using mobile devices. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 21(1), 41 -58.
  20. Chang, C.H. (2011). Is Singapore's School Geography relevant to our changing world?. Review of International Geographical Education Online, 1(2), 106 - 123.
  21. Chang, C.H. (2011). Preparedness and storm hazards in a global warming world: lessons from Southeast Asia. Natural Hazards, 56(3), 667-679. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-010-9581-y. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/4545
  22. Chang, C.H. (2010). The impact of Global Warming on storms and storm preparedness in Southeast Asia.Kajian Malaysia, 28(1), 53 -82. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/4407
  23. Chang, C.H., Liu, Y., Bui, E.N., Jin, T. & Lossman, H.G. (2010). Design experiment or experimental design? Towards a methodology to study GIS use in Geographic Education. Research in Geographic Education, 12(1), 41 - 63.
  24. Liu, Y., Bui, E.N. & Chang, C.H. (2010). PBL-GIS in Secondary Geography Education: Does it Result in Higher-order Learning Outcomes?. Journal of Geography, 109(4), 150 - 158.
  25. Chatterjea, K.,Chang, C. H., Lim, E.P , Theng, Y.L., Goh,D. H.,& Zhang, J. (2008). Supporting holistic understanding of geographical problems: Field work and G-Portal. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 17(4), 330-343.
  26. Tan, I.G.C. & Chang, C.H. (2008). Geography Education for Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia.International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 17(4), 289-291.
  27. Tan, I.G.C. & Chang, C.H. (Eds.) (2008). Special Issue: Geography Education for Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 17(4), 289-379.
  28. Chang, C.H. (2007). Reflections on web-based inquiry learning in Geography Classrooms in Singapore.Research in Geographic Education, 9(2), 48 - 73.
  29. Chang, C.H. & Hedberg, J.G. (2007). The role of Digital Libraries in learning about environmental identity through solving Geographical problems. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 16(1), 58 – 72.
  30. Hedberg, J.G. & Chang, C.H. (2007). The G-portal Digital Repository as a Potentially Disruptive Pedagogical Innovation. Educational Media International, 44(1), 3 - 14.
  31. Bird, M.I., Fifield, L.K., Teh, T.S., Chang,C.H., Shirlaw, N. & Lambeck, K. (2006). An inflection in the rate of early mid-Holocene eustatic sea-level rise: A new sea-level curve from Singapore. Coastal and Shelf Science, 71, 523 - 536.
  32. Lim, E.P. Zhang, J. Li, Y, Wang, Z., Chang, C.H., Chatterjea,K, Goh, D.H.L & Theng,Y.L. (2006). G-Portal – A Cross-Disciplinary Digital Library Research Program from SingaporeIEEE Technical Committee on Digital Libraries Bulletin - Special Issue on Asian Digital Libraries, 3(1), web article.
  33. Sim, H.H., Lee, C.K.E, Chang, C.H. & Kho, E.M. (2004). Exploring the use of WebQuests in the learning of social studies contentTeaching and Learning, 25(2), 223 - 232. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/340
  34. Chang, C.H., & Teh, G.P.L. (2001). E-Learning in Geography: An example of partial E-learning in in-service Geography trainingReview of Educational Research and Advances for Classroom Teachers, 20(2), 17-26. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/3841
  35. Goh, K. C. & Chang Chew Hung (1999). The relationship between height to width ratios and the heat island intensity at 22.00 h for SingaporeInternational Journal of Climatology, 19, 1011-1023.
  36. Hesp, P.A., Chang, C.H., Hilton, M., Chou, L.M., & Turner, I.M. (1998). A First Tentative Holocene Sea-Level Curve for Singapore. Journal of Coastal Research, 14, 308-314. www.jstor.org/stable/4298779
  37. Chang, C.H., & Hesp, P.A. (1995). GIS and DTM in Environmental Reconstruction. GIS Asia Pacific, 1(5), 34-37. 

Books

  1. Merrill, M.Y., Burkhardt-Holm, P. Chang, C.H., Islam, M.S. & Chang, Y.H. (Eds.). (2017. Education and Sustainability: Paradigms, Policies and Practices in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge.
  2. Chang C.H. (2014). Climate Change Education: Knowing, doing and being. Abingdon: Routledge. (Read Review)
  3. Chang, C.H. (2008). Climate and Climate Change: A Singapore Perspective. Singapore: McGraw-Hill.
  4. Chang, C.H. (2007). Engaging learning through the internet: WebQuests in the humanities classroom. Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall. (Read Review)
  5. Ooi, G.L., Chatterjea, K., Chang, C.H. & Lim, K.Y.T. (2006). Geographies of a changing world: Global Issues in the early 21st century. Singapore: Pearson
  6. Lee, C. & Chang, C.H. (Eds.). (2005). Primary Social Studies: Exploring Pedagogy and Content. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Education. Prentice Hall.

Chapters

  1. Chang, C.H. (2017). Curriculum making and geographical learning progressions. In Muñiz Solari, O, Solem, M, & Boehm, R. (Eds.), Learning Progressions in Geography Education (pp. 111 - 123). Cham: Springer.
  2. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2017). Geographical Thinking and Its Role in Climate Change Education: The Case of Singapore. In Brooks, C., Butt, G. & Farther, M. (Eds.), The Power of Geographical Thinking (pp. 91 -1 02). Cham: Springer.
  3. Krasny, M.E. Chang, C.H., Hauk, M. & DuBois, B.B. (2017). Climate Change Education. In Russ, A. & Krasny, M.E. (Eds.), Urban Environmental Education Review (pp. XXX - XXX). Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  4. Chang, C.H. and Pascua, L. (2017). Climate change and sustainbility education: Singapore's teachers' perspectives.. In Merrill, M.Y, Burkhardt-Holm, P. Chang, C.H., Islam, M.S. and Chang, Y.H. (Ed.), Education and sustainability - Paradigms, policies and practices in Asia (pp. 187 - 201). Abingdon: Routledge.
  5. Chang, C.H. & Hedberg, J.G. (2009). The future of learning with Digital Libraries. In Theng, Y.L., Foo, S., Goh, D.H.L & Na, J.C. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Digital Libraries: Design, Development, and Impact (pp. 543 - 551). Hershey: Idea Group Publishing. ISBN:9781599048796,
  6. Chang, C.H. & Ooi, G.L. (2008). Role of Fieldwork in Humanities and Social Studies Education. In Tan, O. S.,McInerney, D. M. , Liem, A. D. & Tan, A. G. (Eds.), Research in Multicultural Education and International Perspectives Series, Volume 7: What the West can learn from the East. Asian Perspectives on the Psychology of Learning and Motivation (pp. 295 - 312). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.ISBN: 9781593119874 .
  7. Goh, D.L.H., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Zhang, J., Chang, C.H. & Chatterjea, K. (2008).Learning Geography with the G-Portal Digital Library. In Rees, P., MacKay, L., Martin, D. & Durham, H. (Eds.),E-Learning for Geographers: Online Materials, Resources, and Repositories (pp. 260 -269). Idea Group Inc . ISBN: 9781599049809. 
  8. Chang, C.H. & Hedberg, J.G. (2006). The role of Digital Libraries in teaching and learning Geography. In Goh, K.C. & Yongvanit, S. (Eds.), Change And Development In Southeast Asia In An Era Of Globalisation (pp. 429-444). Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall.
  9. Goh, D.L.H., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Zhang, J., Chang, C.H. & Chatterjea, K. (2006). G-Portal: A Platform for Learning Geography. In Tatnall, A. (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Portal Technology and Applications (pp. 547 - 553). Hershey: Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Reviews

  1. Chang, C.H. (2009). Book Review [Review of Solem, M. And Foote, K. (Eds). Teaching College Geography: A Practical Guide for Graduate students and Early Career Faculty, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 18(4), 305 - 308.
  2. Chang, C.H. (2008). Book Review [Review of Reay, D. Climate Change Begins at Home: Life on the Two-Way Street of Global Warming]. The Singapore Economic Review, 53(2), 337-338.

Editorship of Special Issues of Journal

  1. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (Ed.) (2017). International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, Climate Change Education. 26 (3).
  2. Irvine, K.N., Chang, C.H. & Das, D. (Ed.) (2016). Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International, Waterscapes Asia: Concepts and Practices. 5 (3). 
  3. Tan, I.G.C. & Chang, C.H. (Ed.) (2008). International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, Geography Education for Sustainable Development in Southeast Asia. 17 (4).

Conference Papers published in proceedings  

  1. Tan, A.-L., Chang, C.-H., & Teng, P. (2015). Tensions and dilemmas in teacher professional development. In Isman, A. (Ed.) 5th International Conference on New Horizons in Education -INTE 2014 (pp. 1583-1591). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier Ltd.
  2. Chang, C.H., Teng, P.P.S., & Tan, A.L. (2013). Uncovering why Teachers in Singapore Participate in Professional Development Activities. In Olajide, F. (Ed.) London International Conference on Education 2013 Proceedings (pp. 66 - 69). London, United Kingdom: Infonomics Society.
  3. Chang, C.H, (2012). Using iTunes U for learning Geography. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Irvine, K.N. & Chatterjea, K. (Eds.) Proceedings Southeast Asian Geography Association Conference 2012 (pp. 161 - 162). Singapore: Southeast Asian Geography Association.
  4. Chang, CH. & Pascua, P. (2012). Conceptualizing Climate Change Education – An Overview. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Irvine, K.N. & Chatterjea, K. (Eds.) Proceedings Southeast Asian Geography Association 2012 (pp. 176 - 178). Singapore: Southeast Asian Geography Association.
  5. Chang, C.H. (2011). Where is Singapore’s School Geography Curriculum Heading? A Critical Narrative. In Shoniregun, C.A. & Akmayeva, G.A. (Eds.) London International Conference on Education 2011 Proceedings (pp. 59 - 64). London, United Kingdom: Infonomics Society.
  6. Chang, C.H. & Seow, T.D.I.C. (2010). Field inquiry for Singapore Geography Teachers. In Chang, C.H., Ho, L.C., Seow, T.D.I.C., Chatterjea, K. & Tan, G.C.I. (Eds.) Understanding the changing space, place and cultures of Asia - SEAGA 2010 online proceedings Singapore: Southeast Asian Geography Association.
  7. Quach, H.N.H., Razikin, K., Goh, D.H.L., Kim, T.N.Q., Pham, T.P., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Chang. C.H., Chatterjea, K. & Sun, A. (2010). Investigating Perceptions of a Location-Based Annotation System. In An, A., Lingras, P., Petty, S. & Huang, R. (Eds.) Active Media Technology: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6th International Conference, AMT 2010, Toronto, Canada, August 28-30, 2010. Proceedings (pp. 232 - 242). New York: Springer.
  8. Chang,C.H., Ho, L.C. & Baildon, M. (2009). Uncovering Disciplinary Influences on the National Social Studies Syllabus. Proceedings 3rd Redesigning Pedagogy Conference, National Institute of Education, Singapore, June 1 - 3. http://conference.nie.edu.sg/2009/search/index.php
  9. Ho, L.C.,  Baildon, M. & Chang, C.H. (2009). Exploring teachers' conceptual understanding of the Social Studies Curriculum. Proceedings 3rd Redesigning Pedagogy Conference, National Institute of Education, Singapore, June 1 - 3. http://conference.nie.edu.sg/2009/search/index.php
  10. Baildon, M., Ho, L.C. & Chang, C.H. (2009) Positioning Singapore Social Studies for a Globalising World. Proceedings 3rd Redesigning Pedagogy Conference, National Institute of Education, Singapore, June 1 - 3. http://conference.nie.edu.sg/2009/search/index.php
  11. Goh, K.C., Tan, K.C.D., Chang, C.H., & Ooi, G.L. (2009). Climate change and sustainable development: the response from education - the case of Singapore. In Laessoe, J., Schnack, K., Breiting, S. & Rolls, S (Eds.) Climate Change and Sustainable Development: The Response from Education (pp. 273-328). Copenhagen, Denmark: Danish School of Education, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
  12. Nguyen, Q. M.,Kim, T. N.,   Goh, D. H.,  Lim, E. P., Theng, Y. L., Chatterjea, K., Chang, C.H., Sun & A.,Razikin, K., (2009).  Sharing Hierarchical Mobile Multimedia Content Using the MobiTOP System. Mobile Data Management 2009 (pp. 637-642). Taipei: IEEE Computer Society.
  13. Razikin, K., Goh, D. H., Theng, Y. L., Nguyen, Q. M., Kim, T. N., Lim, E. P.,Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K., Sun, A., (2009). Sharing Mobile Multimedia Annotations to support Inquiry-based learning using MobiTop. Active Media Technology: 5th International Conference (pp. 22 - 24). Beijing: Springer.
  14. Kim, T.M.Q., Razikin, K., Goh, D.H.L., Nguyen, Q.M., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Sun, A., Chang, C.H. & Chatterjea, K. (2008). MobiTop: Accessing hierarchically organised georeferenced multimedia annotations. In. Buchanan, G., Masoodian, M. & Cunningham, S.J. (Eds.) Digital Libraries: Universal and Ubiquitous Access to Information: Proceedings 11th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL 2008, Bali, Indonesia, December 2-5, 2008.  (pp. 412 - 413). Berlin: Springer- Verlag.
  15. Nguyen, Q.M., Kim, T.M.Q., Goh, D.H.L., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Sun, A., Chang, C.H. & Chatterjea, K. (2008). TagNSearch: Searching and Navigating Geo-referenced collection of photographs. In Christensen-Dalsgaard, B., Castelli, D., Jurik, B.A. & Lippincott, J. (Eds.) Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries:Proceedings 12th European Conference, ECDL 2008, Aarhus, Denmark, September 14-19, 2008. (pp. 62 - 73). Berlin: Springer- Verlag.
  16. Puspitasari, F., Lim, E.P., Goh, D.H.L., Chang, C.H., Zhang, J., Sun, A., Theng, Y.L., Chatterjea, K. & Li, Y. (2007). Social Navigation in Digital Libraries by Bookmarking. In Goh, D.H.L., Cao, T.R., Sølvberg, I.T. & Rasmussen, E. (Eds.) Asian Digital Libraries. Looking Back 10 Years And Forging New Frontiers (pp. 297 - 306). Berlin: Springer.
  17. Theng Y.L., Tan, K.L.,Lim, E.p., Zhang, J., Goh, D.H.L., Chatterjea, K., Chang, C.H., Sun, A., Han, Y., Nam, H.D., Li, Y. & Vo, M.C. (2007). Mobile G-Portal supporting collaborative sharing and learning in geography fieldwork: an empirical studyIn Rasmussen, E., Larson, R.R., Toms, E. & Sugimoto, S. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries (pp. 462- 471). New York: Association for Computing Machinery.
  18. Vo. M.C., Puspitasari, F., Lim, E.P. Chang, C.H., Theng, Y.L., Goh, D.H.L., Chatterjea, K., Zhang, J., Sun, A. & Li, Y. (2007). Mobile digital libraries for Geography Education. In Rasmussen, E., Larson, R.R., Toms, E. & Sugimoto, S. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries (pp. 511 - 511). New York: Association for Computing Machinery.
  19. Vuong, B.Q., Lim, E.P., Sun, A. Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L., Theng, Y.L. & Zhang, J. (2007).Key Element-Context Model: An Approach to Efficient Web Metadata Maintenance. In Kovács, L. Fuhr, N. &Meghini, C. (Eds.) Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries (pp. 63 - 74). Berlin: Springer.
  20. Lim, E.P., Wang, Z., Sadeli, D., Li, Y. Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L, Theng, Y.L, Zhang. J. & Sun, A. (2006). Integration of Wikipedia and a Geography Digital Library. In Sugimoto, S., Hunter, J., Rauber, A. &Morishima, A. (Eds.) Digital Libraries: Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities (pp. 449 - 458). Berlin: Springer.
  21. Theng, Y.L., Li, Y., Lim, E.P., Wang, Z., Goh, D.H.L., Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K. & Zhang, J. (2006). Understanding User Perceptions on Usefulness and Usability of an Integrated Wiki-G-Portal. In Sugimoto, S., Hunter, J., Rauber, A. & Morishima, A. (Eds.) Digital Libraries: Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Asian Digial Libraries, ICADL 2006, Kyoto, Japan, November 27-30, 2006 (pp. 507-510). Berlin: Springer.
  22. Chang, C.H., Hedberg, J., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Teh, T.S. and Goh, D. (2005). Evaluating G-Portal for Geography Learning and Teaching. In Marlino, M., Summer, T. & Shipman, F. (Eds.) JCDL2005, Digital LibrariesCyberinfrastructure for Research and Education (pp. 21 – 22). New York: Association for Computing Machinery.http://hdl.handle.net/10497/2628
  23. Hedberg, J.G & Chang, C.H. (2005). G-Portal: Supporting argumentation and multimodality in student solutions to geographical problems. In P. Kommers & G. Richards (Eds.) Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2005 (pp.                 42...        ). Chesapeake: AACE.
  24. Zong, W.B., Wu, D., Sun, A., Lim, E.P., Goh, .D.H.L., Theng, Y.L., Hedberg, J.G. & Chang, C.H. (2005).Personalized project space for managing metadata of Geography learning objects. In Marlino, M., Summer, T. & Shipman, F. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 5th ACM/EEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, JCDL2005 (pp. 403 - 403). Denver: JCDL. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/2630
  25. Lim, E.P., Sun, A.X., Liu, Z.H., Hedberg, J., Chang, C.H., Teh, T. S., Goh, D. & Theng, Y.L. (2004).Supporting Field Study with Personalized Project Space in a Geographical Digital Library. In Chen, Z., Chen, H., Miao, Q., Fu, Y., Fox, E., & Lim, E.P. (Eds.) Digital Libraries: International Collaboration and Cross-Fertilization: Proceedings 7th International Conference of Asian Digital Libraries, ICADL2004, LNCS 3334. (pp. 553-562). Berlin: Springer. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/2278
  26. Chang, C.H, & Williams, M.D. (2003). Examining Information-seeking behaviour in a Geography web-based constructivist learning activity. In NA (Ed.) Education Research Association of Singapore Conference (pp. 166 - 175). Singapore: NA.
  27. Goh, D.H.L., Sun, A., Zong, W., Wu, D., Lim, E.P., Theng, Y.L., Hedberg, J. & Chang, C.H. (2003). Managing Geography Learning Objects Using Personalized Project Spaces in G-Portal. In Rauber, A., Christodoulakis, S. &Tjoa, A.M. (Eds.) Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries 7th European Conference, ECDL 2003 (pp. 336 - 343). Berlin: Springer.http://hdl.handle.net/10497/2627
  28. Chang, C.H. (2002). The use of WebQuest as a constructivist learning tool in Secondary School Geography in Singapore – student perceptions. In NA (Ed.) Education Research Association of Singapore Conference (pp. NA). Singapore: NA.
  29. Ramos, S., & Chang, C.H. (2001). Empowering the Geography Teacher – Practising Instructional Leadership in the Classroom. In NA (Ed.) Teachers’ Conference 2001 (pp. NA). Singapore: Teachers’ Network, Ministry of Education.
  30. Chang, C.H. & Tan, G.C.I. (2000). Enabling IT: Examples of web-based learning from Geography lessons. In Ee, J., Berinderjeet, K., Lee, N.H. & Yeap B.H. (Eds.) New ‘Literacies’: Educational Response to a Knowledge-based Society, Education Research Association – Association of Mathematics Educators joint Conference (pp. NA). Singapore: NA.
  31. Chang, C.H., & Goh, K.C. (1999). The Introduction of on-line learning to in-service training in Climatology. InLoo, S.P. (Ed.) MERA-ERA Joint Conference, Educational Challenges in the New Millennium (pp. NA). Malacca: NA.
  32. Chang, C.H., & Goh, K.C. (1996). An evaluation of the automobile traverse method in Heat Island studies. In NA (Ed.) 4th Southeast Asian Geographer’s Conference (pp. D.3.1 - 12). Chiang Mai: NA.

Conference Papers (No Proceedings)

  1. Chang, C.H. & Wi, A.C.Y. (2017, April). Public Education for Climate Change – Why it matters for Global Understanding. Paper presented at American Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, United States.
  2. Chang, C.H., Liaow, D., Tan, G.C.I., Tan J. & Kwek,C.H. (2017, April). Advancing a theoretical learning progression for teaching climate change in school geography. Paper presented at American Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, United States.
  3. Chang, C.H., & Pascua, L. (2016, April). Teaching climate change in a Future 3 curriculum: a lesson study on using refutation texts. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2016, San Francisco, United States.
  4. Brooks, C., Chang, C.H., Ho, L.C. & Seow, T. (2015, November). Research Proposal for an International baseline study of students’ understanding of the climate change issue.. Paper presented at Annual INEI 2015 Meeting, London Higher Education Policy, System and Institutions, London, United Kingdom.
  5. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2015, April). Geographical thinking and its role in climate change education: a case of Singapore. Paper presented at International Geographic Union - Commission on Geography Education/Institute of Education - Geography Education Conference - The Power of Geographical Thinking, London, United Kingdom.
  6. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2015, February). Teacher Education for Climate Change and Sustainable Development – the Singapore case. Paper presented at Post-Secondary Education for Sustainability in Asia: Curricula, Case Studies and Community-Building, Singapore.
  7. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2015, April). Geographical thinking and its role in climate change education: a case of Singapore. Paper presented at International Geographic Union - Commission on Geography Education/Institute of Education - Geography Education Conference - The Power of Geographical Thinking, London, United Kingdom.
  8. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2014, February). Climate Change and Sustainability Education: Singapore Teachers’ Perspectives. Paper presented at Sustainability in Education: Pedagogical Themes and Practices in Asian Countries, Singapore.
  9. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2014, November). You don’t know what you don’t know: Singaporean youth’s misconceptions about climate change. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association International Conference, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
    Chang, C.H., & Pascua, L. (2014, August). Examining the timeliness of curriculum review in students’ understand about climate change – a Singapore case study.. Paper presented at Interna+onal Geographic Union Regional Conference 2014, Krakow, Poland.
  10. Irvine, K.N. & Chang, C.H. (2014, November). Hydrological Resilience in a Climate Changing World: A Case Study of the Extremes in Singapore. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association International Conference 2014, Siem Reap, Cambodia.Chang, C.H. (2013, April). From knowledge to action - the State of Climate Change Education in Singapore. Paper presented at 2013 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, United States.
  11.  Chang, Chew Hung (2013, April). Conceptualising climate change education: translating scientific discourse into pedagogy. Paper presented at Bridging Sustainability in Research to Pedagogy: Theory and Practice, Singapore.
  12. Tan, G. C. I & Chang, C. H. (2013, April). Geography Education in Singapore: Change and Response. Paper presented at 2013 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting: Los Angeles, California, Los Angeles, United States.Chang, C.H. (2012, August). Teacher perceptions of climate change education in Singapore. Paper presented at International Geographic Union - Commission on Geographical Education: Experience-based Geography Learning 2012 Symposium, Freiburg, Germany.
  13. Chang, C.H. (2012, February). Role of Teacher Professional Development in Climate Change Education – A Singapore example. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2012, New York, United States.
  14. Chang, C.H. Wu, B.S. (2011, April). Teaching Geographical Techniques through Inquiry. Paper presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2011, Seattle, United States.
  15. Chang, C.H. (2010, April). AAG Climate Change Education Projects and Programs. Paper presented at Association of America Geographers 2010 Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., United States.
  16. Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L, Theng, Y.L. & Lim, E.P. (2010, April). Learner experiences in a field-based inquiry in Geography using mobile devices. Paper presented at Association of America Geographers 2010 Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., United States.
  17. Quach, H.Y., Goh, D.H.L., Razkin, K., Pham, T.P., Kim, T.N.Q., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P., Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K. & Sun, A. (2010, November). Enhancing Seach in a Geospatial Multimedia Annotation System. Paper presented at The 8th International Conference in Mobile Computing and Multimedia, Paris, France.
  18. Rigg, J., Thinh, N.V., Nantes, D., Hirsch, P. & Chang, C.H. (2010, November). Understanding the changing space, place and cultures of Asia: where do we go from here?. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association Conference 2010, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
  19. Arrowsmith, C., Silvern, S. & Chang. C.H. (2009, March). Understanding Climate Change: A Global Phenomenon. Paper presented at Association of America Geographers 2009 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, United States.
  20. Goh, B., Chua, S., & Chang, C.H. (2009, November). Assessment of Sea Level Rise Impacts on the Coastal Environment of Singapore. Paper presented at APN/APN-START/LOICZ SEAsia Node Final Workshop: Integrated Vulnerability Assessment of Coastal Areas in the Southeast Asia and East Asian Region, Manila, Philippines.
  21. Nguyen, Q.M., Kim, T.M.Q., Goh, D.H.L., Lim, E.P., Theng, Y.L., Chatterjea, K., Chang, C.H., Sun, A. & Razikin, K. (2009, May). Sharing Hierarchical Mobile Multimedia Content using the MobiTOP System. Paper presented at Workshop on Mobile Media Retrieval, Taipei.
  22. Chang, C.H. (2008, June). Geography and Geography Education - The future of Southeast Asian Geographies. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association 2008 International Conference, Manila.
  23. Chang, C.H. (2008, June). Responding to global warming in Singapore. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association 2008 International Conference, Manila.
  24. Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L, Lim, E.P., Theng, Y.L., Sun, A.X. (2008, November). New Affordances in Information Technology for Learning Geography: Mobile Tagging and Social Networking. Paper presented at New Dimensions in Humanities Education Conference, Singapore.
  25. Chang, C.H. & Wong, C.S. (2007, July). Pedagogy and Praxis in Geography Classrooms. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association International Forum, Singapore.
  26. Chang, C.H. (2006, June). Reconciling Theory into practice: Using web tools in a Geography learning activity.. Paper presented at International Geographic Union, Commission for Geographic Education Conference, Brisbane.
  27. Chang, C.H. & Ooi, G.L. (2006, July). Critical Geography and Global Warming. Paper presented at International Geographic Union Conference, Brisbane.
  28. Chang, C.H., Lim, E.P, Hedberg, J., Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L., Theng, Y.L. & Zhang, J. (2006, June). The G-portal digital repository in student solutions to geographical problems. Paper presented at International Geographic Union, Commission for Geographic Education Conference, Brisbane.
  29. Chang, C.H., Ong, H.K. & Ng, H.K. (2006, November). Assessment In Geography. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geography Association Conference, Singapore.
  30. Chatterjea, K., Chang, C.H., Theng, Y.L., Lim, E.P, Goh, D.H.L., & Zhang, J. (2006, June). Supporting holistic understanding of geographical problems: Field work and G-Portal.. Paper presented at International Geographic Union, Commission for Geographic Education Conference, Brisbane.
  31. Lim, E.P., Sun, A. Zhang, J., Goh, D.H.L., Theng, Y.L., Chang, C.H., Chatterjea, K., Li, Y. & Puspitasari, F. (2006, December). Managing Metadata of Web Content for Sharing and Learning: The G-Portal Experience. Paper presented at International Conference on Digital Libraries, New Delhi.
  32. Hedberg, J.G., Chang, C.H., Lim, E.P., Chatterjea, K., Goh, D.H.L, Theng, Y.L. & Teh, T.S. (2005, May).Learning with G-Portal: a geographic digital library. Paper presented at Redesigning pedagogy: research, policy, practice conference, Singapore, May - June 2005., Singapore.http://hdl.handle.net/10497/183
  33. Chang, C.H. & Williams, M.D. (2005, April). Reconciling theory and practice in a web-based constructivist Geography learning activity. Paper presented at American Education Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal.
  34. Chang, C.H. (2004, January). The Use of WebQuest as a Constructivist Learning Tool in Secondary School Geography in Singapore. Paper presented at 25th Annual National Educational Computing Conference, New Orleans.
  35. Hedberg, J., Chang C.H., Lim, E.P, Teh, T.S., Sun, A.X., Goh, D.H.L., & Theng, Y.L. (2004, January). The role of Digital Libraries in teaching environmental Identity through solving Geographical problems. Paper presented at International Council for Educational Media Conference, Vienna.http://hdl.handle.net/10497/2279
  36. Hedberg, J., Chang C.H., Lim, E.P, Teh, T.S., Sun, A.X., Goh, D.H.L., & Theng, Y.L. (2004, January).Defining a research agenda for Geographical learning tasks with G-Portal Digital Library. Paper presented at The International Conference on Educational Technology 2004, Singapore.http://hdl.handle.net/10497/2280
  37. Lim, E.P, Sun, A.X., Liu, Z., Hedberg, J., Chang C.H., Teh, T.S., Goh, D.H.L., & Theng, Y.L. (2004, January).Supporting Field Study with Personalization in Geographical Digital Libraries. Paper presented at 7th International Conference Of Asian Digital Libraries, Shanghai.
  38. Bird, M.I., Tan, T.S., Teh, T.S. & Chang, C.H. (2003, January). The age and origin of the Marine Clay. Paper presented at Underground Singapore Conference 2003, Singapore.
  39. Chang, C.H. (2003, January). Do students prefer to use WebQuest for Secondary Social Studies?. Paper presented at Secondary Social Studies Symposium 2003, Singapore.
  40. Chang, C.H. (2002, January). Designing web-based constructivist learning activities for Geography and Social Studies. Paper presented at Teachers’ Conference 2002, Singapore.
  41. Sim, H.H., Lee. C., Kho, E.M. & Chang, C.H. (2002, November). Exploring the use of WebQuests in the learning of Social Studies content in a teacher preparation programme. Paper presented at National Council of Social Studies, Phoenix, Arizona.
  42. Tay-Ng, N.B.S., & Chang, C.H. (2002, January). Using Webquest As A Constructivist Learning Activity For Geography And Social Studies: Student And Teacher Perceptions. Paper presented at iTopia 2002 - IT Opportunities, Innovations & Achievements in Education Conference, Singapore.
  43. Chang, C.H. (2001, January). Web-based learning in Geography: A design perspective on two Geography courses for pre-service and in-service teachers. Paper presented at International Symposium on Geographic Education: Theory, Research and Practice, San Marcos, Texas.
  44. Chatterjea, K., & Chang, C.H. (2000, January). Problem-Based Learning within Traditional University Geography Courses: a learning experience. Paper presented at 2nd Asia Pacific PBL Conference, Singapore.
  45. Tay-Ng, N.B.S., & Chang, C.H. (2000, January). The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Assessing the Impact of IT on Education: A resource perspective in the Chinese High School. Paper presented at Immigrant Societies and Science and Technological Education Conference, Singapore.
  46. Chang Chew Hung & Goh Kim Chuan (1998, November). The nocturnal heat island phenomenon of Singapore revisited. Paper presented at 5th Southeast Asian Geography Conference, Singapore.
  47. Chang, C.H., & Goh, K.C. (1998, January). The Urban Thermal Climate of Singapore. Paper presented at 5th Southeast Asian Geographer’s Conference, Singapore.

Professional Article

  1. Irvine, K.N., Chang, C.H., Das, D., Chatterjee, K., Seow, T., and Wu, B.S. (2016). Greenspace and urban sustainable living. Geobuzz, 2016, 6-9.
  2. Chang, C.H. (2013, December). Lifelong Learning: A Personal View of a Teacher Educator Class Notes: Newsletter for Council of Private Education, 1, online.
  3. Chang, C.H. (2012, March). Geography fieldwork in Singapore GeoBuzz - Geography Teachers' Association of Singapore newsletter, 2(1), 11 - 13.
  4. Chang, C.H. & Ho, L.C. (2011, December). SEAGA Focus SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 7, electronic.
  5. Chang, C.H. & Ho, L.C. (2011, February). SEAGA Focus SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 6, electronic.
  6. Chang, C.H. & Wu, B.S. (2011, December). What is Where? – The contextual understanding of place for field inquiry. Report on the 2010 Southeast Asian Geography Association Education Forum SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 7, 1 - 3.
  7. Chang, C.H. & Ho, L.C. (2010, August). SEAGA Focus SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 5, electronic.
  8. Chang, C.H., Arrowsmith, C., and Silvern, S. E. (2010, September). Global Climate Change conceptual framework: Why does Earth have changing climates? In Solem, M., Klein, P., Muñiz-Solari, O., and Ray, W., eds., AAG Center for Global Geography Education, 1, electronic.
  9. Chang, C.H. & Ooi, G.L. (2009, July). SEAGA Focus SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 3, electronic.
  10. Chang, C.H & Chan, C. (2008, December). GeoNews GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 3(2), electronic.
  11. Chang, C.H & Chan, C. (2008, July). GeoNews GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 3(1), electronic.
  12. Chang, C.H. & Ooi G.L. (2008, December). SEAGA Focus SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 2, electronic.
  13. Chang, C.H. & Ooi, G.L. (2008, June). SEAGA Focus SEAGA Focus: An E-Newsletter for Southeast Asian Geography Association, 1, electronic.
  14. Chang, C.H & Chan, C. (2007, June). GeoNews GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 2(1), electronic.
  15. Chang, C.H & Chan, C. (2007, December). GeoNews GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 2(2), electronic.
  16. Chang, C.H. (2007, July). How long can big ideas endure through time? GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 3(1), electronic.
  17. Chang, C.H & Chan, C. (2006, December). GeoNews GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 1(2), electronic.
  18. Chang, C.H. & Chan, C. (2006, September). GeoNews GeoNews: An electronic newsletter for the Geography Teachers' Association, Singapore, 1(1), electronic.

 

Others

  1. Chang, C.H. (2005). Geography Students in Singapore Engaged in an Internet Constructivist Learning Task: An Activity System Perspective. Singapore: Nanyang Technological University. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/1667
  2. Chang, C.H. (1998). The Urban Thermal Climate of Singapore. Singapore: Nanyang Technological University. http://hdl.handle.net/10497/514
  3. Chang, C.H. (1995). The Late Quaternary Estuarine Evolution Of Sungei Nipah, Pasir Panjang, Singapore: A Geomorphic And Geographic Information Systems Interpretation. Singapore: National University of Singapore.

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