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Dr. Chang Chew Hung works in geography and environmental education. His expertise is in Climate Change misconception diagnostics and in improvement to geography curriculum and technology-enabled refutation oriented instruction. He is Dean, Academic and Strategic Development at the National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He is also Professor of Education with the Humanities and Social Studies Education Academic Group, NIE/NTU, Singapore. He is also the Chair of the Education Committee on the NTU Senate and Deputy Chair of the NTU Senate Steering Committee.

Dr Chang's key teaching areas are in Physical Geography and Geography Education. Prof Chang was awarded the NIE excellence in teaching commendation in 2002 and continues to play a curriculum leadership role in the areas of Geography and Geography Education. His teaching areas are aligned to his research interests which include urban climates, global climate change, climate change education, technologies in geography teaching and learning, geography curriculum and assessment, and teacher professional development in Geography. Prof Chang has published widely in the areas of geography, geographical education and environmental education. Check the research section on the website on his latest publications.

Dr Chang is the President of the Southeast Asian Geography Association, in addition to being the Co-Chair of the International Geographical Union Commission on Geographical Education. He is also concurrently, an Adjunct Professor of East China Normal University, Shanghai, China. He also previously served on the Executive Committee of the Geography Teachers' Association of Singapore and is an active member of the National Council for Geographic Education, Education Research Association Singapore and American Association of Geographers. He is the Co-Editor of the journal International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education (IRGEE) and is the International Editor of the journal Review in Geographic Education online (RIGEO) for the Asia and Oceania region. Prof Chang also serves as a member of the editorial board of the journal Humanities and Social Studies Education online and is a member of the scientific committee of the journal J-Reading - Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography. His work in sustainability education has extended beyond his research in Climate Change Education to leading the Network of Education for Sustainability in Asia, that is organized from the NTU Sustainable Earth Office.


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Talk at TICE Eco Camp 2009 on 12 June 2009

24/03/2009 16:26
I been invited to give a talk on Climate Change at the Tertiary Institutions Council for the Environment (TICE) Eco Camp 2009. The theme is "The reefs, the sea stars and the sotongs. TICE Eco Camp is organized annually by member institutions (NUS, NTU, NIE, SMU and the five polytechnics) of...

Study trip to USA

24/03/2009 16:23
From 6 April onwards I will be travelling to Texas A&M Univeristy and then on to Washiongton DC. I can still be contactable by email but the response will be slow. I will be back in the office on 20 May 2009.

New Social Network for Geography Educators launched

19/02/2009 21:55
https://geoged.ning.com/ Check it out..... be part of this growing community.

Interview on Australia Bush Fires and Singapore Bush Fires

14/02/2009 12:47
 Dr. Chang will appear on Good Morning Singapore (Channel 8) to be interviewed on the recent bush fires in Australia.

New COURSE: Alternative Assessment in Geography

29/01/2009 22:13
A new Professional Development course on Alternative Assessment in Geogaphy was launched today. Access the materials here.
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