Academic Profile : Faculty

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Dr Seow Ing Chin Dorothy Tricia
Senior Lecturer, National Institute of Education - Humanities & Social Studies Education
Journal Articles (Central)
Seow, T., Irvine, K. N., Beevi, I., & Premathillake, T. (2020). Field-based enquiry in geography: the influence of Singapore teachers' subject identities on their practice. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 29(4), 347-361.

Seow, T., Chang, J., Irvine, K.N. (2019). Field-Based Inquiry as a Signature Pedagogy for Geography in Singapore. Journal of Geography, 118(6), 227-237.

Chang, C.H. & Seow, T. (2018). Geographical Education That Matters'A Critical Discussion of Consequential Validity in Assessment of School Geography. Geographical Education, 31, 31 - 40.

Ho, L.C., Seow, T (2017). Disciplinary boundaries and c limate change education: teachers' conceptions of climate change education in the Philippines and Singapore. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 26(3), 240-252.

Seow, T. & Ho, L.C (2016). Singapore teachers' beliefs about the purpose of climate change edu cation and student readiness to handle controversy. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 25(4), 358-371.

Seow, T., & Chang, J. (2016). Whose place is this space? Exploring place perceptions and the cultural politics of place through a field-based lesson.. S ocial Education, 80(5), 296' 303.

Seow, T. (2016). Reconciling discourse about geography and teaching geography: the case of Singapore pre-service teachers. International Research in Geographic al and Environmental Education, 25(2), 151-165.

Seow, T., Das, Diganta., & Chang, J. (2015). (Re)constructing the Nation? Representations of Public Housing in School Geography Textbooks. HSSE Online, 4(2), 78-90.

Irvine, K.N., Seow, T., Leong, K.W., & Cheong, D. (2015). How High's the Water, Mama ? A Reflection on Water Resource Education in Singapore. HSSE Online, 4(2), 128-162.

Ho, L.C., & Seow, T. (2015). Teaching Controversial Issues in Geography: Climate Change Education in Singapore Schools. Theory and Research in Social Education, 43(3), 313-344.

Seow, T., & Ho,L .C. (2014). "There is no easy solution": Singapore Teachers' Perspectives and Practice of Climate Change Education. Research in Geographic Education, 16(2), 26-45.

Ho, L.C., & Seow, T. (2013). Teaching geography through "Chinatowns": Global connections and local spaces. Social Education, 77(1), 36-41.

Seow, T (2009). Context and embodiment: Investigating the Subject Conceptions and Practice of Pre-Service Geography Teachers in Singapore. Research In Geographic Education, 11(2), 7-27.

Books (Central)
Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.). (2018). Learning Geography Beyond the Traditional Classroom -Examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia (PP. 212). Singapore: Springer.

Book Chapters (Central)
Seow, T., Ho, C. & Lin, Y. (in press). Thinking and Talking like a Geographer: Teachers' use of dialogic talk for engaging students with multimodal data in the geography classroom. In L.H. Seah, R. Silver, & Baildon, M (Eds.), Teachers' Knowledge of the Role of Language in Content Pedagogy(PP . 309-326). Singapore: Springer.

Loh, C.E., Seow, T., & Rajah, C. (2021). 'A Sense of Place': Understanding Fieldtrips through Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. In Sim, T., Sim, H.H. (Ed.), Fieldwork in Humanities Education in Singapore(PP. 309-326). Singapore : Springer.

Zhang, H.N. & Seow, T. (2018). School leadership and teachers' comfort level in using Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to enhance geographical learning: The case of lower secondary geography in Singapore. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learnin g Geography beyond the traditional classroom ' examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia(PP. 179-189). Singapore: Springer.

Chang, C.H. & Seow, T. (2018). The Importance of Assessing How Geography Is Learnt Beyond the Classroom. In Cha ng,C.H. ,Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography beyond the traditional classroom ' examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia(PP. 49 - 60). Singapore: Springer.

Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (2018). The Where and How of Learning Geography Beyond the Classroom. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography Beyond the Traditional Classroom -Examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia(PP. 3 - 10). Singapore: Springer.

Chang, C.H., Irvine, K., Wu, B.S. & Seow, T. (2018). Reflecting on Field-Based and Technology-Enabled Learning in Geography. In Chang, C.H., Wu, B.S., Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (Eds.), Learning Geography Beyond the Traditional Classroom Examples from Peninsular Southeast Asia(PP. 201 - 212). Singapore: Springer.

 
Conference Papers (Central)
Conference Papers Published in Proceedings

Koh, E., Tee, Y-H., Suresh, D., Ng, B., Hong, H., &, Seow, T. (2020, November). Supporting Collaborative Inquiry for Geography and Teamwork Learning: The Techno-Pedagogical Design of My Groupwork Buddy for Geography. In null (Ed.), 28th Internat ional Conference on Computers in Education, 1, 159-164.

Chang, C.H. & Seow, T.D.I.C. (2010, November). Field inquiry for Singapore Geography Teachers. In Chang, C.H., Ho, L.C., Seow, T.D.I.C., Chatterjea, K. & Tan, G.C.I. (Eds.), Understanding the changing space, place and cultures of Asia - SEAGA 2010 online proceedings, Please update with the necessary information, N.A.



Conference Papers Without Proceedings

Ho, C. & Seow T. (2021, July). Toward effective meaning-making with visual data through productive classroom discussion: The Singapore perspective. Paper presented at UK Literacy Association (UKLA) 56th International Conference, Virtual conference, Singapore.

Seow, T.,& Salinas-Silva, V. (2019, April). Teacher agency in curriculum making: an international perspective. Paper presented at RECONTEXTUALISING GEOGRAPHY IGU CGE CONFERENCE 2019, L ondon, United Kingdom.

Seow, T. (2019, April). Developing a Signature Pedagogy for Geographical and Sustainability Education: The importance of place-based knowledge in field inquiry. Paper presented at RECONTEXTUALISING GEOGRAPHY IGU CGE CONFERENCE 2019, London, United Kingdom.

Ho, C,, S eow, T. & Wong, J. (2019, March). Navigating unchartered territories: Challenges, Connections, Chasms in Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration. Paper presented at MOE Research Forum, Singapore.

Seow, T. & Chang, J. (2018, January). Enhancing Geographical Thinking through Signature Pedagogies - challenges and strategies in the context of the Sustainability Learning Laboratory in Singapore. Paper presented at Geography Teacher Education Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Seow, T. (2017, November). Subject Boundaries and Environmental Citizenship Education: A Comparison of Se condary School Education Singapore and the Philippines. Paper presented at Southeast Asian Geographers Association, Depok, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Seow, T. (2017, October). Climate Change Education for Environmental Citizenship: is Singapore up to Task?. Paper presented at CGE Lisbon Sympos ium 2017: Integrating Knowledge and Understanding in Geography Education, Lisbon, Portugal.

Brooks, C., Seow, T., Orbring, D., Arenas-Martija, A., Salinas-Silva, V.,Einarsson, E.,Otero-Auristondo, M., Martins, F. (2017, October). Geographical Knowledge Disparities - Regional variation in concep tions of school and academic geography and the influence on teachers and curriculum. Paper presented at CGE Lisbon Symposium 2017: Integrating Knowledge and Understanding in Geography Education, Lisbon, Portugal.

Seow, T. & Irvine, K.N. (2016, November). The Sustainability Learning Lab: Enh ancing geographical inquiry in the field and classrooms. Paper presented at Middle States Division Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Altoona, PA, United States.

Ho, L.C. & Seow, T. (2016, August). Teaching about climate change for environmental citizenship. Paper pres ented at International Geography Union Charter for Geography Education, Singapore.

Brooks, C., Chang, C.H., Ho, L.C. & Seow, T. (2015, November). Research Proposal for an International baseline study of students' understanding of the climate change issue.. Paper presented at Annual INEI 201 5 Meeting, London Higher Education Policy, System and Institutions, London, United Kingdom.

Seow, T (2015, August). Doing Geography: The Role of the Body in Singapore Pre-Service Teachers' Subject Conceptions and Practice. Paper presented at International Geographical Union Conference, Mosc ow, Singapore.

Seow, T.S., & Ho, L.C. (2015, April). 'There is no easy solution': Singapore teachers' practice and perspectives of climate change education. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Conference 2015, Chicago, United States.

Seow, T (2015, April). How school geography is understood by teachers in singapore: an exploratory study. Paper presented at IGU-CGE/IoE Geography Education Conference - THE POWER OF GEOGRAPHICAL THINKING, London, United Kingdom.

Seow, T.S., & Ho, L.C. (2014, November). 'Wicked' problems in teaching geography: Singa pore teachers' perspectives of climate change education.. Paper presented at SEAGA International Conference 2014, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Seow, T. (2014, August). Singapore Pre-Service Teachers' Negotiations of Discursive Pressure in the Performance of the 'Good' Geography Teacher. Paper p resented at International Geography Union Regional Conference 2014, Krakow, Poland.

L.C. Ho, & Seow, T. (2013, November). Teaching controversial issues in geography: Climate change education in Singapore schools. Paper presented at College and University Faculty Assembly, National Council o f Social Studies, St. Louis, Missouri, United States.

Seow, T (2008, January). Power, Context and Embodiment: The Subject Conceptions of Pre-Service Geography Teachers in Singapore. Paper presented at Geography Teacher Educator Conference, Bristol, United Kingdom.

 
Keynote Speeches & Editorship of Special Issues (Central)
Editorships of Conference Proceedings

Chang, C.H., Ho, L.C., Seow, T.D.I.C., Chatterjea, K. & Tan, G.C.I. (Ed.) (2010). Understanding the changing space, place and cultures of Asia - SEAGA 2010 online proceedings. PROCEEDINGS OF THE Southeast Asian Geography Association Conference 20 10. Singapore



Editorships of Special Issue of Journal

Seow, T. (Ed.) (2018). HSSE Online, Research in geography education, 7 (1).

Seow, T., & Wu, B.S. (Ed.) (2015). HSSE Online, Geography Special Edition, 4 (1).



Keynote Addresses

Seow, T (2015, August). Geography Subject Chapter Meeting 2015. KEYNOTE ADDRESS, Geographical Inquiry through Outdoor Fieldwork, Singapore.

Other Research Outputs/Projects (Central)
Reviews

Seow, T. (2021). [Review of null Spatial citizenship education: Citizenship through geography]. Theory & Research in Social Education, 307-308.









Workshops and Seminars

Ng, W.X., Low, M. & Seow, T. (2021, November). Getting to Zero Card Game.

Seow, T. & Ho, C. (2021, November). Thinking and Talking Like a Geographer; Teachers' Use of Talk Moves in the Geography Classroom.

Seow, T. & Irvine, K. (2018, March). The Sustainability Learning Lab: enhancing geographical inquiry in the field and classrooms.

Seow, T (2018, January). Are we empowering our youths to take action on issues that matter? The example of climate change education (CCE) in the Singapore curriculum.

Seow, T. (2017, March). Teaching About Climate Change For Environmental Citizenship ' Are We Up To Task?.

Seow, T. (2016, July) . The geography teacher as a learner in critical inquiry.

Loh, C.E. Seow, T. Rajah, C. (2015, June). Understanding Place through Inquiry Learning ' A Multidisciplinary Humanities Workshop.



Others

Seow, T (2021). Sustainability cannot just be taught in geography lessons . Singapore: Channnel News Asia.

Seow, T. (2021). Ways to get kids to care about the environment . Singapore: Straits Times.

Seow, T (2021). Environmental Education . Singapore: CNA938 Money Mind.