Conference Presentations and Conference Proceedings

Ahn, A., Brown, J., Coles, A., Le Roux, K., Mellone, M., Ng, O., Solares, A. (2021, July). Researching mathematics curriculum innovation in complex, changing, uncertain times. Working group paper presented at the 2021 Virtual Meeting of the IGPME.Yeung, W.L., Ng, O., So, H.-S.C., Kwo, C.-M.T. (2021, August). Affective dimensions of STEM education for gifted students: The case of … Continue reading Conference Presentations and Conference Proceedings

Refereed Publications

Ng, O., Liang, B., & Leung, A. (accepted). Using first- and second-order models to characterise in-service teachers’ video-aided reflection on teaching and learning mathematics with 3D Pens. In A. Clark-Wilson, O. Robutti, & N. Sinclair (Eds.). The Mathematics Teacher in the Digital Era (2nd Edition). Springer: Cham, SwitzerlandNg, O., & Park, M. (in press). Using an enhanced … Continue reading Refereed Publications

Selected Invited Presentations

Ng, O. (2021, April-May). Transformative technologies or transformative pedagogies? Workshops on using technologies for conceptual mathematics teaching and learning. Invited workshop series for Hong Kong Association of Mathematics Education.Ng, O. (2021, January). Research and trends in mathematics teachers’ professional development. Invited presentation at Annual General Meeting of Hong Kong Association of Mathematics Education.Ng, O. (2021, January). Using videos to … Continue reading Selected Invited Presentations

Mathematical Problem Solving through Digital Making: Envisioning a Computationally Enhanced Mathematics Curriculum in Hong Kong’s Primary and Secondary Schools

Principal Investigator (2021-present). This study builds on the PI’s previously developed conception of “learning as Making” to envision a computationally enhanced mathematics curriculum. It will inform the “big picture” of how using computers might fundamentally change mathematical thinking, with an emphasis on mathematical problem solving (and more generally, STEM learning). Funded by the Research Grants … Continue reading Mathematical Problem Solving through Digital Making: Envisioning a Computationally Enhanced Mathematics Curriculum in Hong Kong’s Primary and Secondary Schools

An Exploratory Study of Primary Students’ Mathematical Problem Solving Processes during Digital Making Activities

Principal Investigator (2020-present). This study aims to explore students’ problem-solving processes, mathematical thinking, and any CT- and mathematics-related challenges that emerge during problem-based dM activities. Funded by Chinese University of Hong Kong Direct Grant ($39,300 HKD).  Publication: Ng, O., Cui, Z. (in press). Examining primary students’ mathematical problem-solving in a programming context: Toward a computationally … Continue reading An Exploratory Study of Primary Students’ Mathematical Problem Solving Processes during Digital Making Activities