Dr Jessica Chan

 

 

The massive impacts teachers have on students, learning and in a broad sense, the future of our society have driven Jessica to research pedagogy, theories of learning and teacher professional development.

Her research interests and foci can be described as:

Vygotskian and post-Vygotskian concepts in human development
Pedagogy; formative assessment
Teacher education and professional development
Methodological issues in Cultural-historical theory
Learning in groups; classroom interaction
Conditions of effective teaching
Slightly crossing the boundary, Jessica is also keen on bringing the fruits of educational research to medicine, especially in medical education and inter-professional work in health services.

Conference papers
CHAN, J (2016) The impacts of teachers’ professional identity on purposes and organization of group work. (American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC)

CHAN, J (2016) Discussing motives in actions: The potential of stimulated-recall interviews in facilitating CHAT research. (American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC)

Tolo, A, Chan, J, Hopfenbeck, T A systematic review of teachers’ implementation of technology-enhanced formative assessment: Insights and implications.

Journal articles
Li, KHC, Kui, C, Lee, EKM, Ho, CS, Sunny Hei, SH, Wu, W, Wong, WT, Voll, J, Li, G, Liu, T, Yan, B, Chan, J, Tse, G, Keenan, ID (2017) “The role of 3D printing in anatomy education and surgical training: A narrative review”, MedEdPublish. 6(2)
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15694/mep.2017.000092

Lenkeit, J, Chan, J, Hopfenbeck, TN, Baird, J-A (2015) “A review of the representation of PIRLS related research in scientific journals”, EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH REVIEW. 16 102-115.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.edurev.2015.10.002

Reports
McGrane, J, Chan, J, Boggs, J, Hopfenbeck, T (2017) The assessment and moderation of writing with primary-aged students in contexts where English is the primary language of instruction: A systematic review.. Oxford University Press.

Masterman, L, Chan, J (2015) Openness in Teaching and Learning: An Exploration of Principles and Practices at the University of Oxford. Oxford:

Conference papers

  • CHAN, J (2016) The impacts of teachers’ professional identity on purposes and organization of group work. (American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC)
  • CHAN, J (2016) Discussing motives in actions: The potential of stimulated-recall interviews in facilitating CHAT research.(American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC)
  • Tolo, A, Chan, J, Hopfenbeck, T A systematic review of teachers’ implementation of technology-enhanced formative assessment: Insights and implications.

Journal articles

  • Li, KHC, Kui, C, Lee, EKM, Ho, CS, Sunny Hei, SH, Wu, W, Wong, WT, Voll, J, Li, G, Liu, T, Yan, B, Chan, J, Tse, G, Keenan, ID (2017) “The role of 3D printing in anatomy education and surgical training: A narrative review”,MedEdPublish. 6(2)
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15694/mep.2017.000092
  • Lenkeit, J, Chan, J, Hopfenbeck, TN, Baird, J-A (2015) “A review of the representation of PIRLS related research in scientific journals”, EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH REVIEW. 16102-115.
    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.edurev.2015.10.002

Reports

  • McGrane, J, Chan, J, Boggs, J, Hopfenbeck, T (2017) The assessment and moderation of writing with primary-aged students in contexts where English is the primary language of instruction: A systematic review.. Oxford University Press.
  • Masterman, L, Chan, J (2015) Openness in Teaching and Learning: An Exploration of Principles and Practices at the University of Oxford. Oxford:

Category

  • Research Fellow

Position

  • Research fellow