STEM Education Center

 

Hui Hui Wang

Graduate Research Assistant

UM Ext Ctr for Youth Dev
475 Coffey Hall
1420 Eckles Ave
Tel: 612/624-8854
wangx773@umn.edu

Degrees:

2007-Current  Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction—Doctoral Candidate in Science Education, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, expected Dec, 2011.

2002-2005    M.A. Environmental Education, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR.

 

Areas of Interest:

Primarily relate to STEM integration, inquiry-based instruction, experiential learning in science education that across both non-formal and formal setting; developing STEM curricula for K-12 science teachers.

Selected Publications

  1. Wang, Hui H. & Carlson, S. (in press). Factors that influence student’s satisfaction in an environmental field day experience. The International Electronic Journal of Environmental Education.

  2. Wang, Hui H., Moore, T., Roegrig, G., & Park Mi-sun. (in revision). STEM integration: Teacher perception and practice. The Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research.

  3. Wang, Hui H. (2010). What do we know about science fair: research methods and human rights. UN/UGO Association of World Citizens in Taiwan. Available at:http://www.worldcitizens.org.tw/awc2010/ch/F/F_d_page.php?pid=12979

  4. Larson Nippolt, Pamela & Wang, Hui-Hui. (2010). Engaging youth in non-formal learning through experiential learning and inquiry-based learning methods brief. University of Minnesota Extension; Minneapolis, MN. Available at:

    www.4-H.org/curriculum/development

  5. Nam, Y., Wang, H., Oughton, J. & Dahal, B. (2009, April). Urban teachers' Belief and Practice of Contextualized Science Teaching. proceedings of the international conference of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Orange County, CA

Selected Presentations

  1. Wang, HuiH., Moore, T., Roegrig, G., & Park Mi-sun, (2011). The impact of professional development on teachers’integration engineering into science and mathematics classroom. Paper presented at the American Society for

    Engineering Education (ASEE), Vancouver, BC, Canada.

  2. Wang, Hui H., Moore, T., Roegrig, G. & Park Mi-sun. (2011). Engineering in Science Education: The impact of professional development program on different subject areas of science teachers in adding engineering concepts in their teaching. Paper presented at the international conference of Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), Minneapolis, MN.

  3. Moore, T., Roegrig, G, Wang, Hui H., & Park Mi-sun. (2011). Not your typical “Chair-ity” case: STEM integration as a means for engineering design. Paper present at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Orlando, FL.

  4. Wang, Hui H, Moore, T., Roegrig, G., & Park Mi-sun. (2010). STEM integration: The impact of professional development on teacher perception and practice. Paper presented at the conference of the P-12 Engineering and Design Education Research Summit, Seaside, OR.


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