student profile: Ms Liberty Pascua Pascua


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Thesis work

Thesis title: Precarious places, precarious knowledges: Disaster risk reduction education in Australia, the Philippines, and Vanuatu

Supervisors: Alexandra MCCORMICK , Ruth PHILLIPS

Thesis abstract:

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Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Chang, C., Pascua, L. (2017). Geographical thinking and its role in climate change education: The case of Singapore. In C. Brooks, G. Butt & M. Fargher (Eds.), The power of geographical thinking, (pp. 102). Cham: Springer.

Journals

  • Chang, C., Pascua, L., Ess, F. (2017). Closing the "hole in the sky": The use of refutation-oriented instruction to correct students' climate change misconceptions. Journal of Geography, Online first. [More Information]
  • Chang, C., Pascua, L. (2017). The curriculum of climate change education: A case for Singapore. The Journal of Environmental Education, 48(3), 172-181. [More Information]
  • Chang, C., Pascua, L. (2016). Singapore students' misconceptions of climate change. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 25(1), 84-96. [More Information]
  • Pascua, L., Chang, C. (2015). Using intervention-oriented evaluation to diagnose and correct students' persistent climate change misconceptions: A Singapore case study. Evaluation and Program Planning, 52, 70-77. [More Information]

2017

  • Chang, C., Pascua, L., Ess, F. (2017). Closing the "hole in the sky": The use of refutation-oriented instruction to correct students' climate change misconceptions. Journal of Geography, Online first. [More Information]
  • Chang, C., Pascua, L. (2017). Geographical thinking and its role in climate change education: The case of Singapore. In C. Brooks, G. Butt & M. Fargher (Eds.), The power of geographical thinking, (pp. 102). Cham: Springer.
  • Chang, C., Pascua, L. (2017). The curriculum of climate change education: A case for Singapore. The Journal of Environmental Education, 48(3), 172-181. [More Information]

2016

  • Chang, C., Pascua, L. (2016). Singapore students' misconceptions of climate change. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 25(1), 84-96. [More Information]

2015

  • Pascua, L., Chang, C. (2015). Using intervention-oriented evaluation to diagnose and correct students' persistent climate change misconceptions: A Singapore case study. Evaluation and Program Planning, 52, 70-77. [More Information]

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