San-hui Chuang graduated from University of Southern California with a Ph.D. in educational psychology and technology. She has dedicated herself in teaching Mandarin Chinese for more than 15 years.
Her research interests include the computer-based teaching and assessment of language learning skills, the assessment of self-regulation skills and the role of motivation in learning effectiveness.
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- O’Neil, H. F., Chuang, S., & Chung, G. K. W. K. (2003). Issues in the computer-based assessment of collaborative problem solving. Assessment in Education, 10, 361-373.
- Chuang, S.-H. (2004). Role of task-specific adapted knowledge of response feedback on a computer-based collaborative problem solving task. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
- O’Neil, H. F., & Chuang, S.-H. (2005). Self-regulation strategies. In H. F. O’Neil (Ed.), What works in distance learning. Guidelines (pp. 111-121). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
- Chuang, S.-H., & O’Neil, H. F. (2006). Role of task-specific adapted feedback on a computer-based collaborative problem-solving task. In H. F. O’Neil & R. Perez (Eds.), Web-based learning: Theory, research, and practice. (pp. 239-254) Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
- O’Neil, H. F., & Chuang, S.-H. (2008). Measuring collaborative problem solving in low-stakes tests. In Baker, E. L., Dickieson, J., Wulfeck, W., & O’Neil, H. F. (Eds.), Assessment of problem solving using simulations (pp. 177-199). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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