Dr. Yang Jie Jasmine



Dr. Yang received her Ph.D. in Science Education from CUHK. Her research interests lie in science education, chemistry education, general education and university academic advising.

Courses Taught

UGFN1000 in Dialogue with Nature

Selected Publications

  • 2012: 
    • J. Yang, “Students’ Learning Outcomes and Feedback to the General Education Foundation Programme”, pp. 177-201, Journal of General and Liberal Education, June 2012. (in Chinese)
  • 2011: 
    • J. Yang and D. Cheung, “Evaluating Student Attitudes toward Chemistry Lessons: A Teacher’s Self-reflection”, pp. 7-9, Teaching and Learning Reference for Middle School Chemistry, Oct. 2011. (in Chinese)
    • J. Yang, “Organizational Models of Academic Advising in American Colleges”,pp. 144-146, Jiangsu Higher Education, April 2011. (in Chinese)
  • 2009: 
    • D. Cheung, H. J. Ma and J. Yang, “Teachers’ Misconceptions about the Effects of Addition of More Reactants or Products on Chemical Equilibrium”, pp. 1111-1133, International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, July 2009.
  • 2007: 
    • J. Yang and D. Cheung, “Investigation on the Middle School Students’ Attitude to Chemistry Course”, pp. 48-51, Chemical Education, Nov. 2007. (in Chinese)
    • J. Yang and D. Cheung, “Problem and Thinking on Actualizing Inquiring Experiments”, pp. 19-21, Teaching and Learning Reference for Middle School Chemistry, May. 2007. (in Chinese)
    • J. Yang and D. Cheung, “Carrying out the Chemical Formative Assessment by Computer” , pp. 1-3, Education in Chemistry, Feb. 2007. (in Chinese)
  • 2006: 
    • J. Yang, “Teaching Design via Existing Concept and Knowledge”, pp. 24-26, Science Lesson, Feb. 2006. (in Chinese)
  • 2005: 
    • “The Primary School Science Textbook (Grade 6)”, Chapter 5, Jiangsu Educational Press, 2005.