In this section, I present just two papers related to my area of interest.
While both are about teacher reflection, they have different
first paper was written more from an instructional design
point of view. The central issue was on how to promote reflection
by improving an online journal's design.
second paper was written from a researcher's and an evaluator's
point of view. The central issue was how to design a study
that would test the effectiveness of online tools that supposedly
1. Hur, J. W., Tan, A., Brush, T., Saye, J., & Chen, L.
(2005). Redesigning the Persistent Issues in History Network
(PIHnet) online forum and journal to promote interaction and
reflection. Tech Trends, 49(6), 63-68.
Tan, A. (2005). Does blogging have a place in teacher education?
Incorporating blogs and determining their effectiveness in
PIHnet. Paper presented at the annual conference of the
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education,