Dr Feifei Han

BA (XISU), MA (USYD), MEd (USYD), PhD (USYD)
Research Fellow

China studies centre

G12 - Services Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone 91142671

Website Complex Learning Spaces

Biographical details

Feifei obtained a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Sydney in 2014. As a mixed-methods researcher, she has high level research skills in both quantitative and qualitative methodologies and has rich research experience in language and literacy education, applied linguistics, psycholinguistics, and language testing. Apart from these research areas, Feifei has also worked on a number of large scale research projects funded by Australian Research Council in learning, teaching, and educational technology in higher education, educational psychology, school education, and Indigenous education.

Research interests

Language and literacy education --- L1/L2/bilingual literacy acquisition

Learning, teaching, and educational technology in higher education

Educational psychology, school education, and Indigenous education

Teaching and supervision

Teaching:

EDPJ5020---Literacy and Language Teaching---Master of Education (TESOL) program, The University of Sydney

Supervision:

10237---Master of Arts in TESOL program, Western Sydney University

Dissertation title: An exploration of willingness to communicate in English among Chinese students studying in English for academic purposes program in Australia

Current projects

Test taking strategy of Cambridge English tests YLE Flyers by Chinese young test takers

Modeling the complex learning spaces---DP150104163

Investigating educator-infant talk and infant peerinteractions in Long day care---DP140101238

Associations

American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)

Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA)

Asia Teaching English as a Foreign Language (Asia TEFL)

Association for Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand(ALTAANZ)

Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA)

Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation (the University of Sydney)

China Education Centre (the University of Sydney)

China Studies Centre (the University of Sydney)

International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL)

International Systemic Functional Linguistics Association (ISFLA)

New South Wales Institute for Educational Research (NSWIER)

Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL)

Linguistics Society (the University of Sydney)

TESOL Asia

TESOL International

TESOL Research Network (the University of Sydney)

Awards and honours

Travel Award for Distinguished Young Scholars to attend Silk Road International Symposium (Xi’an Jiaotong University, 2015)

Thesis Allowance (the University of Sydney, 2013)

David Nunan Travel Scholarship (2013)

Travel Award to present a paper at the UPALS Conference (the University of Sydney, 2013)

Best Research Paper Award (the University of Sydney, 2013)

New South Wales Institute of Educational Research Grant (2012)

Language Learning Dissertation Grant (2012)

ALAA Travel Scholarship (ALAA, 2012)

MAK Halliday Scholarship (ALAA, 2012)

Travel Award to present a paper at the BAAL Conference (the University of Sydney, 2012)

Thomas T. Roberts Education Fellowship (the University of Sydney, 2012)

Alexander Mackie Research Fellowship (the University of Sydney, 2012)

Travel Award to present a paper at the 5th TESOL Asia Conference, (the University of Sydney, 2011)

University of Sydney Postgraduate Award for PhD in Education (the University of Sydney, 2009-2013)

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Han, F. (2016). Integrating pronunciation into lessons focused on passage level reading skills. In T. Jones (Eds.), Pronunciation in the classroom: The overlooked essential, (pp. 143-153). Alexandria, VA:: TESOL Press.
  • Han, F. (2016). New developments in lexical inferencing and incidental vocabulary acquisition in foreign language learning. In Adrienne Murphy (Eds.), New developments in foreign language learning, (pp. 161-173). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Yeung, A., Han, F., Lee, F. (2016). Reciprocal relations between Chinese students' beliefs of competence, effort goal, and academic achievement. In Ronnel B. King & Allan B. I. Bernardo (Eds.), The psychology of Asian learners: A festschrift in honor of David Watkins, (pp. 319-335). Singapore: Springer. [More Information]

Journals

  • Ellis, R., Pardo, A., Han, F. (2016). Quality in blended learning environments - Significant differences in how students approach learning collaborations. Computers & Education, 102, 90-102. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2015). Word recognition research in foreign language reading: A systematic review. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 10, 57-91. [More Information]
  • Craven, R., Yeung, A., Han, F. (2014). The impact of professional development and Indigenous education officers on Australian teachers´┐Ż Indigenous teaching and learning. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(8), 85-108. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2013). Pronunciation problems of Chinese learners of English. ORTESOL Journal, 30, 26-30. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2013). The interlanguage of English articles of two Chinese learners of English at upper-intermediate level. Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society, 38, 45-56. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2013). The relationship between L1 and FL comprehension monitoring with Chinese EFL readers. International Journal of Literacies, 19(1), 13-24.
  • Trigwell, K., Caballero Rodriguez, K., Han, F. (2012). Assessing the impact of a university teaching development programme. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 37(4), 499-511. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2012). Comprehension monitoring in reading English as a foreign language. New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics, 18(16), 36-49.
  • Trigwell, K., Ellis, R., Han, F. (2012). Relations between students' approaches to learning, experienced emotions and outcomes of learning. Studies in Higher Education, 37(7), 811-824. [More Information]
  • Han, F., Stevenson, M. (2008). Comprehension monitoring in first and foreign language reading. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 3, 73-110.

Conferences

  • Pardo, A., Han, F., Ellis, R. (2016). Exploring the relation between Self-regulation, Online activities, and academic performance: A case study. 6th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge, LAK 2016, New York: ACM. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2012). Transfer or threshold: The relationship between L1 and FL comprehension monitoring. 2012 Joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA), Sydney: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE). [More Information]

2016

  • Pardo, A., Han, F., Ellis, R. (2016). Exploring the relation between Self-regulation, Online activities, and academic performance: A case study. 6th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge, LAK 2016, New York: ACM. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2016). Integrating pronunciation into lessons focused on passage level reading skills. In T. Jones (Eds.), Pronunciation in the classroom: The overlooked essential, (pp. 143-153). Alexandria, VA:: TESOL Press.
  • Han, F. (2016). New developments in lexical inferencing and incidental vocabulary acquisition in foreign language learning. In Adrienne Murphy (Eds.), New developments in foreign language learning, (pp. 161-173). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Ellis, R., Pardo, A., Han, F. (2016). Quality in blended learning environments - Significant differences in how students approach learning collaborations. Computers & Education, 102, 90-102. [More Information]
  • Yeung, A., Han, F., Lee, F. (2016). Reciprocal relations between Chinese students' beliefs of competence, effort goal, and academic achievement. In Ronnel B. King & Allan B. I. Bernardo (Eds.), The psychology of Asian learners: A festschrift in honor of David Watkins, (pp. 319-335). Singapore: Springer. [More Information]

2015

  • Han, F. (2015). Word recognition research in foreign language reading: A systematic review. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 10, 57-91. [More Information]

2014

  • Craven, R., Yeung, A., Han, F. (2014). The impact of professional development and Indigenous education officers on Australian teachers´┐Ż Indigenous teaching and learning. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(8), 85-108. [More Information]

2013

  • Han, F. (2013). Pronunciation problems of Chinese learners of English. ORTESOL Journal, 30, 26-30. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2013). The interlanguage of English articles of two Chinese learners of English at upper-intermediate level. Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society, 38, 45-56. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2013). The relationship between L1 and FL comprehension monitoring with Chinese EFL readers. International Journal of Literacies, 19(1), 13-24.

2012

  • Trigwell, K., Caballero Rodriguez, K., Han, F. (2012). Assessing the impact of a university teaching development programme. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 37(4), 499-511. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2012). Comprehension monitoring in reading English as a foreign language. New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics, 18(16), 36-49.
  • Trigwell, K., Ellis, R., Han, F. (2012). Relations between students' approaches to learning, experienced emotions and outcomes of learning. Studies in Higher Education, 37(7), 811-824. [More Information]
  • Han, F. (2012). Transfer or threshold: The relationship between L1 and FL comprehension monitoring. 2012 Joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA), Sydney: Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE). [More Information]

2008

  • Han, F., Stevenson, M. (2008). Comprehension monitoring in first and foreign language reading. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 3, 73-110.

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