Lecturer of Department of Education Science
Teacher Development; Education Policy
1.Wang, L.J. (Author) What are Teachers Accountable for: Research on the Construction of Teachers’ Responsibility in Educational Quality Guarantee System. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016.( funded by Youth Academic Works Publishing Fund, East China Normal University)
2.Wang, L.J. (Translator of the eighth part) Handbook of Teacher Education Research (mainly translated by Fan Guorui). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2016.
3.Wang, L.J. (Translator of the third Chapter) Educational Research Methods (mainly translated by Chen Liang). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press, 2015.
1.Wang, L.J. (2016). (First author)A Border Crossing in the School Partnership: Construction of Concepts, Roles and Energy. Exploring Education Development, (22).
2.Wang, L.J. (2016). (First author)Teachers’ Interpretations of the Ethical Dimensions of Teaching on the Chinese Mainland: a Case Study of Two Secondary Schools in Shanghai. Frontiers of Education in China, 11(2).
3.Wang, L.J. (2016). Professional Development of School Leaders in Victoria, Australia: Study on Framework, Rationale and Characteristics. Comparative Education Review, (1).
4.Wang, L.J. (2015).Teachers’ Expertise in the Context of Accountability: Form, Practice, and Policy Options. Teacher Education Research, (6). Reprinted in full in Pedagogy, Duplicated Materials by People’s University, 2016, (4).
5.Wang, L.J. (2014). Construction of Teachers’ Responsibility in School Fields – An Empirical Study Based on Cultural Accountability. Global education outlook, (8).
6.Wang, L.J. (2014). The Impact of Policies on Teachers’ Professionalism and Work under Accountability and Managerialism in the Chinese Mainland (coauthored by Leslie, N. K. Lo, Manhong Lai & Lijia Wang,). In Qing Gu (Ed.) The Work and Lives of Teachers in China. London: Routledge.
7.Wang, L.J. (2013). The Impact of Policies on Teachers’ Professionalism and Work under Accountability and Managerialism in the Chinese Mainland (coauthored by Leslie, N. K. Lo, Manhong Lai & Lijia Wang,). Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 41 (3).
8.Wang, L.J. (2013). The Theoretical Basis and Practical Mode of Educational Accountability: the Investigation of the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia, (co-authored with Lu Naigui). Comparative Education Review, No.1, 2013, p 93-97.
9.Wang, L.J. (2011). The Direction and Problems of Western Teaching Ethics Research (co-authored with Lu Naigui), Global Education Outlook, No.8, 2011, page .10-14. (Reprinted in Duplicated Materials by People’s University Pedagogy, No.12, 2011).
10.Wang, L.J. The Formulation and Inspiration of the National Education Association’s professional ethical norms of education, Education Science, No.3, 2011, p. 93-96.
1.Teacher Leadership in the Chinese Mainland: A Case Study of Four Primary Schools in Shanghai and Beijing, Overseas Posting Project of Humanities and social sciences of East China Normal University, 2015.
1.East China Normal University Outstanding Ideological and Political Education Workers for Students from 2014 to 2015.