Qian Gong 龚倩

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Email: qgong@dedu.ecnu.edu.cn

Brief Introduction

Qian Gong obtained her Ph.D. degree in Curriculum and Teaching Methodology in March, 2020 from School of Geographic Sciences, East China Normal University. Qian Gong holds an M.A. in Geography Education and a B.S. in Geography from Nanjing Normal University. She studied at UCL Institute of Education as an affiliate student from September 2016 to September 2017.


Research Interests and Experience

Geography Education, Education for Sustainable Development, Sociology of Curriculum


Representative Publications


Duan, Y., Zhang, J., Gong, Q., Qin, L., Li, Y., Zhou, W., & Jiang, L. (2016). Theory and Practice in the Curriculum for Learning Progressions. In Osvaldo Muñiz Solari, Michael Solem & Richard Boehm (Eds). Learning Progressions in Geography Education (pp. 75-90). Berlin: Springer.


Brooks, C., Gong, Q., & Salinas-Silva, V. (2017). What next for Geography Education? A perspective from the International Geographical Union – Commission for Geography Education. J-Reading – Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography, doi: 10.4458/8579-01.


张建珍,段玉山,龚倩(2017). 2016地理教育国际宪章. 地理教学,(19),4-6.


龚倩(2018). 中学地理教科书中的文化结构研究. 地理教学,(12),4-7.


龚倩,段玉山,蒋连飞,姚泽阳(2018). 英国地理课程中的“知识转向”. 全球教育展望,(07),57-65.


龚倩,段玉山(2019). 义务教育优质师资的空间分布研究[J]. 吉首大学学报(社会科学版),(S1),257-263.


Gong, Q., Brooks, C., & Duan, Y. (In press). A teacher’s role in making a given knowledge curriculum into a powerful knowledge curriculum. Geography.


Conference Papers

Gong, Q. (2015, April). Research on incorporating geographical scientific literacy into secondary school geography curriculum. Paper presented at the Commission on Geographical Education of the International Geographical Union annul conference, London.


Gong, Q. (2016, April). Research on geographical key competences of Chinese secondary school students. Paper presented at the American Association of Geographers annual meeting, San Francisco.


Gong, Q. (2017, April). Geography teachers’ subject identity also matters in China. Poster presented at the American Association of Geographers annual meeting, Boston.

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