Journal Articles

 
  1. Chang, C.H. & Kidman, G. (2018). Reflecting on recent geographical and environmental education issues. International Reserach in Geographical and Environmental Education, 27(1), 1 - 4.
  2. Chang, C.H., Pascua, L. & Ess, F. (2018). Closing the “Hole in the Sky”: The Use of Refutation-Oriented Instruction to Correct Students' Climate Change Misconceptions. Journal of Geography, 117(1), 3 - 16.
  3. Chang, C.H. and Aman, M.F. (2017). The International Charter on Geographical Education – a reflection on published research articles on Assessment. Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography (J-READING), 6(2), 5 - 16.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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), 265 - 268.
  7. Chang, C.H. & Pascua, L. (2016). Singapore students' misconceptions of climate change. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 25(1), 84 -96
  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 -
  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. https://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. https://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. Chang, C.H. (2007). Reflections on web-based inquiry learning in Geography Classrooms in Singapore.Research in Geographic Education, 9(2), 48 - 73.
  28. 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.
  29. 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.
  30. 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.
  31. 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.
  32. 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. https://hdl.handle.net/10497/340
  33. 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. https://hdl.handle.net/10497/3841
  34. 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.
  35. 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
  36. Chang, C.H., & Hesp, P.A. (1995). GIS and DTM in Environmental Reconstruction. GIS Asia Pacific, 1(5), 34-37. 

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