Academic Profile : Faculty

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Dr Goh Hock Huan
Education Research Scientist, OER Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice
Research Scientist, National Institute of Education - Office of Education Research
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Dr. Goh Hock Huan was a Research Scientist at the Singapore Centre for Chinese Language (SCCL), NTU, and held appointments such as Assistant Dean of Research and Chair of the Research and Ethics Committee in the center. He has published a book on the Mandarin competence of Singaporean Chinese preschoolers and compiled or co-compiled a few frequency dictionaries of Singapore Chinese. He has also published more than 10 co-authored papers and book chapters and delivered over 20 paper presentations at conferences worldwide. After serving 10 years in SCCL, he decided to rejoin NIE to advance his career and pursue new areas in education research.
Baseline Studies, Bilingual Development, Child Language, Classroom Interactions and Discourse, Corpus Construction and Corpus-based Studies, T&L Resource and Application Development, Curriculum Implementation studies, Linguistics (Chinese Morphology and Syntax), School-based Action research
 
  • An Evaluative Study on the Mother Tongue Support Programme for Mid-Primary Students
  • Integrating Learning Analytics and Learning Design: Design and Implementation of Seamless Chinese Character Learning in Lower Primary Schools
  • Words in two Languages: Fostering Vocabulary Development in Kindergarten Children through Synchronized Bilingual Reading Programme
  • Phase 1 of CORE 4 Research Programme: Baseline Investigations of Designated Subject Domain (DSD) Pedagogies in Singapore's Primary and Secondary Classrooms (C4P1)
  • CORE 3 Research Programme: Baseline Investigation of Mother Tongue Pedagogies in Singapore's Primary and Secondary Classrooms (C3MT)
  • Orchestrating the trajectories of Student-Generated Ideas (SGIs) through teacher-student discourses
  • SingaKids Pic2Speak: Multilingual AI Tutor ' Uplifting Singapore's Bilingual Edge
  • Growth in Bilingual & Biliteracy Proficiency: Environmental, Individual & Experiential Factors (GIBBER)