Chien Ching Lee
Associate Professor (Education; Engineering; Health sciences; Information and computing sciences; Language, communication and culture; Biomedical and clinical sciences; Built environment and design; Commerce, management, tourism and services)
- Methodological issues in using sequential representations in the teaching of writing
- Strategy and self-regulation instruction as contributors to improving students' cognitive model in an ESL program
- Graphic organisers as scaffolding for students' revision in the prewriting stage
- Graphical representations and transfer of ideas between multi-draft pre-writing stages
- Scaffolding writing using feedback in students' graphic organizers - Novice writers' relevance of ideas and cognitive loads | Rückmeldung über graphische organizer von studenten unterstützt das schreiben - Relevanz von anfänger ideen und erinnerungsnotizen
- Specific guidelines for creating effective visual arguments in technical handouts
- Using the dialogic communication model to teach students to write a report introduction tutorial
- Writing for transfer in resume writing
- Graphic organizers as scaffold for students’ revision in the pre-writing stage
- Developing self-regulated learning in an era of globalization
- Using table of contents to analyze moves and steps in final-year engineering reports
- Lessons learnt from embedding and integrating communication skills in two discipline-specific courses
- The cognitive process of using graphic organizers and feedback in the context of writing
- Students' Choice of Organizers based on their Perceptual Operations
- Training impact analysis using the Philips ROI methodology
- Surviving Covid: Pursuing a vision or practicality?
- Developing standalone original e-learning resources: Why do it?
- Curating Authentic Hospitality in a Local Boutique Hotel
- Engineering students' perceptions of graduate attributes: Perspectives from two educational paths
- A long-term view on the use of micro-learning in organizations.
- Tackling Students'(Mis) Conceptions about Writing: A Case Study
- Managing remote teams for value-driven delivery
- Discussion forum as a secondary coach
- Resolving misconcpetions using computer-supported collaborative learning.
- Seeing is understanding: Improving coherence in students' writing
- Putting courses online: A novice developer's perspective
- Teaching career development skills using an integrated approach.
- Interactivity tools in online learning
- Graphic organisers as scaffolding for students’ revision in the prewriting stage
- Kirkpatrick levels of evaluation in communication skills curriculum design.
- Graphic organizers as diagnostic tools in the teaching of writing.
- Graphic organizers: You see it or you don't?
- Adapting a F2F course to an online environment: A case study.
- Using Checklists to" Standardise" Content
- Using Concept Maps to Gauge Students' Understanding
- Teaching evidence-based writing using corporate blogs
- Scaffolding writing using feedback in students' graphic organizers - Novice writers' relevance of ideas and cognitive loads,Rückmeldung über graphische organizer von studenten unterstützt das schreiben - Relevanz von anfänger ideen und erinnerungsnotizen
- Scaffolding critical reflection for career self-efficacy using a micromodule
- Key efficiencies in microlearning instructional design
- Conceptualizing and driving a writing in the disciplines initiative to enhance undergraduates' writing competence at a university in Singapore