A/P Chen Wenli wins APSCE Young Researcher Leader Award
LSL is excited that one of our colleagues, Assistant Professor Chen Wenli has won the APSCE Young Researcher Leader Award. The Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education (APSCE) is an independent academic society whose broad objective is to promote the conduct and communication of scientific research related to all aspects of the use of computers in education, especially within the Asia-Pacific.
The Young Researcher Leader Award in particular, aims to recognize a young APSCE member who has produced international quality research outputs, and is able to demonstrate ambitious and aspirations consistent with the potential to achieve world-leading status.
We congratulate Wenli for receiving the award! She will receive the award in this year's annual International Conference for Computers in Education (organized by APSCE) which will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- A/P Manu Kapur’s research on implicit gender stereotypes and math achievement featured in The Straits Times
- Dr Wong Lung Hsiang was commended for organising two panels on the inter-discourse between learning technology and the learning
- Associate Professor Manu Kapur has been awarded a $450, 000 grant
- Office of Education Research Working Papers Presentation—the Learning Sciences (by Dr Wong Lung Hsiang and Dr Jan Mingfong)
- Paper published in Journal of Educational Technology & Society
- SMU-NIE Workshop
- Dr Manu Kapur's article "In the classrooms of Singapore, calculators are not crutches" published on The Conversation
- Dr Wong Lung Hsiang interviewed by MediaCorp TV8 News, 24 May 2014
- "Failure can be productive for teaching children maths" on The Conversation
- Dr Wong Lung Hsiang appointed as an Associate Editor of IEEE TLT