Chow, T.S., Li, W.O., YUEN, M.C. (In preparation). The use of a student response system to facilitate active learning: A mixed method study.

Chow, T.S (In preparation). Self-regulation during online-learning: A longitudinal study.

Chow, T.S., Li, W.O., YUEN, M.C. (In preparation). Evaluate the effect of gamification on students interest and performance: A case study of a course about Chinese Culture.

Reference Materials

Self-regulated Learning:

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Active Learning:

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Bruff, D. (2009). Teaching with classroom response systems: Creating active learning environments. John Wiley & Sons.

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Classroom Response System:

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Immersive Learning:

Blashki, K., Nichol, S., Jia, D., & Prompramote, S. (2007). ‘The future is old’: Immersive learning with Generation Y engineering students. European Journal of Engineering Education32(4), 409-420.

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