Liang Rose Yee Hing

I’m a graduate of NUS and in my PhD thesis examined teacher cultural change and continuity from the time of Singapore’s independence to 2006. While doing this, I  worked as a full-time teaching assistant in the sociology department. Previous to this, in Canada, I had moved into the educational field of study via my interest in ethnic and race relation and was involved in several projects funded by the Canadian federal and provincial government on developing learning materials for teachers and high school students on diversity issues (focusing on ethno-cultural and race relations). Since graduation from NUS, I worked at the National Institute of Education on various research projects (on teachers’ espoused beliefs; Singapore digital youth and their new media practices; and school-based curriculum innovations in Singapore schools). My current focus is in the teaching of sociology in the areas of families, ethnic and race relations, and Singapore society.

Contact

Office: AS1 02-18
Tel: 6516-3823
Email: soclryh@nus.edu.sg

Recent Publications

Liang, R. and Chen, D.  (2012). Online Learning: Trends, Potential and Challenges. Creative Education, Vol.3,  No.8 in December.

Liang, R. and Wang, L. (2012).  Singapore youth’s digital culture of informal  learning,  In D. Chen, T. Lin and Chai., C.S.   (eds). New Media and Learning in the 21st Century: A socio-cultural perspective. The Education Innovation Book Series. Singapore: Springer (accepted for publication).

Liang, R. Y. H. (2012). Singapore Primary Teachers’ Responses to ICT Integration in Schools: Implications for Teacher Learning. In Kong, S.C., Chen, M.P. (Ed.) Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education,(GCCCE) 2012 Proceedings. Taiwan.

Chen,D.,  Liang,Y.H. & Wang,Y.M. (2011). Structured Flexible Learning. In L.Burge, C. Gibson, T .Gibson (Ed.), Flexible Pedagogy, Flexible Practice: Notes from the Trenches of Distance Education. (pp. 41-50). Athabasca: Athabasca University Press.

Wang, Y. M., Chen, D. & Liang Y. H. (2011). Overcoming the dilemma of teacher presence in student-centered online discussions.  Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 20(4), 267-280.

Chen, D., Liang, R. & Hung, D. (2010). Learning Sciences as Sciences of Becoming. Educational Technology, 50(5), 3-4.