Chapters

 
  1. Chang, C.H. & Seow, T. (2018). The Importance of Assessing How Geography Is Learnt Beyond the Classroom. In Chang,C.H. ,Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography beyond the traditional classroom – examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia (pp. 49 - 60). Singapore: Springer.
  2. Chang, C.H. & Wi, A. (2018). Why the World Needs Geography Knowledge in Global Understanding: An Evaluation from a Climate Change Perspective. In Demirci, A., González, R.M., & Bednarz, S.W. (Eds.), Geography Education for Global Understanding (pp. 29 - 42). Cham: Springer.
  3. Chang, C.H. & Wu, B.S. (2018). Teaching Geography with Technology—A Critical Commentary. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T., & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography Beyond the Traditional Classroom Examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia (pp. 49 - 60). Singapore: Springer.
  4. Chang, C.H., Irvine, K., Wu, B.S. & Seow, T. (2018). Reflecting on Field-Based and Technology-Enabled Learning in Geography. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography Beyond the Traditional Classroom Examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia (pp. 201 - 212). Singapore: Springer.
  5. Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (2018). The Where and How of Learning Geography Beyond the Classroom. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography Beyond the Traditional Classroom -Examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia (pp. 3 - 10). Singapore: Springer.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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,
  11. 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 .
  12. 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. 
  13. 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.
  14. 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.

 

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