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Ashley Tan
3315, E Longview Ave, Apt 70
Bloomington, IN 47408
United States of America
(812) 331-1458

Ph. D. Degree in Instructional Systems Technology
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
  Masters Degree in Educational Technology
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
  Postgraduate Diploma in Secondary Education (With Distinction)
National Institute of Education, Singapore
  B.S. (Honors) Degree in Zoology
National University of Singapore, Singapore
  B.S. Degree in Biology
National University of Singapore, Singapore
  Associate Instructor and Research Assistant, Indiana University, Bloomington
• Redesigned syllabus and revised content of W401 (Integrating Technology in Teaching – Part II) for online delivery
• Taught W401 online in Fall 2005 and Spring 2006
• Mentored and coordinated efforts of new instructors in Spring 2006
• Designed, developed, implemented, and evaluated online tools for the PIHnet research group
2002 -2006

Instructor and Graduate Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe
• Designed syllabus, created content and materials, and taught EDT455 (Authoring Tools: Dreamweaver)
• Taught EDT455 in Spring and Summer 2001, and Spring 2002
• Designed and facilitated online training for Payne Academy teachers on the use of WebCT and online instructional strategies
• Managed design team for the Decision Point project
to design, develop, and implement a video case study Web interface and database

2001 -2002
  Project Manager, National Institute of Education and Ednovation, Singapore
• Recruited, trained, and managed design teams for microLESSONSTM project
• Designed microLESSONSTM
• Coordinated and maintained schedules and standards with the National Institute of Education, Ednovation, and the Ministry of Education
1999 -2000
  Teacher Educator, National Institute of Education, Singapore
• Lectured and tutored preservice teachers on instructional technology and technology use/integration
• Prepared lecture and tutorial materials
1996 &
1999 -2000
  Teacher and IT coordinator, Temasek Junior College, Singapore
• As a teacher: Lectured and tutored Biology students; prepared lecture, tutorial, and laboratory materials; planned and led field trips
• As teacher-in-charge of Climbing Club: Responsible for environmental education and safety of students locally and overseas (Malaysia, Thailand, and Australia)
• As IT coordinator: Responsible for the professional development of colleagues and planning of school IT infrastructure
1995 -1999
  Infantry Officer, Singapore Armed Forces
• Trained army recruits and prepared training materials
• Responsible for day-to-day logistics of leading a platoon and co-managing a company of soldiers
• Planned and implemented military exercises and events
• Led award-winning Work Improvement Team (WIT) in 1990
1987 -1991
  del Valle, R. T., Pereira, M. T., Tan A., Frey, T., & Twal, R. (2004). Electronic document analysis of technology integration requirements in curricula of NCATE accredited preservice teacher programs. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

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.

Stock, L., Tan, A., Brush, T. (2002). Te@chnology: Building a foundation for pre-service teachers in understanding the process of effective technology integration into lessons. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Nashville, TN.

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, Phoenix, AZ.

Tan, A. (2005). Educational blogging: Much ado about something? (Or a review of blogging in education and a research agenda). Paper presented at the annual Instructional Systems Technology conference, Bloomington, IN.
  Dr Thomas Brush
(812) 856-8458
• Faculty member, Indiana University, Bloomington
• Principal investigator of PIHnet

Dr Herb Dwyer
(480) 965-4909
• Adjunct faculty member, Arizona State University, Tempe
• Coordinator of Advanced Projects, Tempe Union High School District (TUHSD)

Dr Philip Wong
(65) 6790-3086
• Divisional Director of Academic Computing & Information Services, National Institute of Education, Singapore
• Former head of Instructional Science Academic Group

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