Tainian Zheng

2017-12-13  |   1,046 views

 

 

Zheng Tainian

郑太年

 

Associate researcher of the International and Comparative Education

 

Contact

+8621-62238591

tnzheng@iice.ecnu.edu.cn

Scholarly Interests

comparative education, the learning sciences and instructional design, and gifted/talented education

Selected Publications

Books

1.Zheng Tainian & Zhao Jian. (Eds.). (2013). Theories, policies, and practices in gifted and talented education from international perspectives. East China Normal University.

2.Zheng Tainian (2008). Learning for development. Shanghai: Shanghai Education Press.

3.Zheng Tainian (2006). Reflection on and reconstruction of learning in school setting: From perspectives of meaning of knowledge. Shanghai: Shanghai Education Press.

4.Pei Xinning & Zheng Tainian. (Eds.). (2006). Learn science through inquiry. Guangzhou: Guangdong Education Press.

Journal articles

1.Zheng Tainian, Tong Yuting. (2017). Classroom Video Analysis: Theoretical Approaches, Methods and Applications. Journal of East China Normal University (Education Sciences), 2017(3).

2.ZHENG Tainian. (2017). Developing key competences through deep learning. Hubei Education, 2017(10).

3.Zheng Tainian. Curriculum and instruction for deep learning. In: Li Xun. (Eds.). (2017). Important lectures from Mingyang Forum in Fuzhou No. 1 High School. Fuzhou, China: Fujian Education Press.

4.Peng Zhengmei, Zheng Tainian, & Deng Zhiwei. (2016). Cultivating Chinese people with global competitiveness. Global Education, 2016(8).

5.Zheng Tainian. (2016). How Can the Teachers Conduct Theory-informed Innovation in their Practice. Shanghai Education, 2016(11A).

6.Zheng Tainian. (2015). What the learning sciences inform the innovations in the classroom. Shanghai Education, 2015(4B).

7.Zheng Tainian, Zhao Jian, Wang Mei, Pei Xinning, & Ren Youqun. (2014). The learning sciences and innovation in education: Review of 2014 International Convention on the Learning Sciences and prospect of the future. Educational Research, 35(9).

8.Zheng Tainian. (2014). How to bridge theoretical research and practice: Educational innovations based on the learning sciences. Modern Distance Education Research, 2014(3).

9.Zheng Tainian. (2013).Intercultural learning: A preliminary exploration. Comparative Education Review. 35(9).

10.Zheng Tainian, Wang Mei, Lin Lijia, & Wen Jianbing. (2013). Teaching methods in China: Status and their effects on students’ mathematics achievement and problem-solving ability. Global Education, 42(2).

11.Zheng Tainian. (2013). Innovating teachers’ learning and practice though innovating system. Shanghai Education, 2013(11A).

12.Zheng Tainian. (2013). Learning sciences: Main conceptions and their implication for educational policy. Shanghai Education, 2013(5A).

13.Zheng Tainian. (2012). Is instructional transformation possible? Modern Distance Education Research. 2012(1).

14.Dai Yu & Zheng Tainian. (2011).Are Chinese teachers’ educational views adaptive to educational innovation: A study based on video-based questionnaire and interview. Global Education. 2011(12).

15.Zhao Jian, Pei Xinning, Zheng Tainian, & Ye Ying. (2011). Adaptive design: An instructional design model for authentic learning. China Ecuational Technology. 2011 (10).

16.Zheng Tainian. (2011). Authentic learing: Meaning, characteristics, challenge and design. Journal of Distance Education. 2011 (2).

17.Zheng Tainian. (2010). Why application of ICT has only limited outcomes in innovating instruction: An analysis from perspectives of a systemic view. Modern Distance Education Research. 2010(5).

18.Zheng Tainian & Wang Mei. (2010). Learning and curriculum in information age. Journal of Distance Education. 2010 (3).

19.Zheng Tainian & Ma Xiaoqiang. (2010). Design of learning environment: An interview to Michael Hannafin. China Ecuational Technology. 2010 (2).

20.Zheng Tainian & Ren Youqun. (2010). Foundations of research on educational communication and technology: An introduction to Handbook of Research on Educational Communication and Technology (Third Edition). Journal of Distance Education. 2010 (1).

21.Zhao Jian‚ Zheng Tainian‚ Ren Youqun & Pei Xinning. (2007). A review of research in the learning Sciences. Open Education Research. 13(2).

22.Zheng Tainian. (2006). Constructivism as idea on knowledge, learning, or teaching? Global Education. 35(5).

23.Zheng Tainian. (2005). Transfer of research on culture and curriculum/learning. Academic Journal of Lianyungang Teachers College. Vol.70. No.2.

24.Zheng Tainian. (2005). Learning from perspective of activity theory. Open Education Research. 11(1).

25.Zheng Tainian. (2004). Knowledge and its situatedness: rethinking innovations in learning and teaching. Global Education. 33(12).

26.Zheng Tainian. (2003). On social aspects of learning. Global Education. 32(8).

27.Zheng Tainian. (2002). Meaning as connection and dialogue among the three worlds. Globe Education. 31(11).

28.Xu Binyan, Zheng Tainian & Qiao Lianquan. (2001). Local culture based mathematical instruction – A case study of situated instruction in a our situation. International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI) Bulletin. No. 50. June 2001.

29.Zheng Tainian & Liu Xiaolong. (2001). A survey of curriculum standard and examination system in the State of Minnesota. Studies in Foreign Education. 28(4).

Book chapters

1.Zheng Tainian. (2016). Innovations in high school curriculum for the development of gifted learners. In: Huo Yiping, Zhu Yiming (eds.).(2016). Annual report on regular high school education development in China (2015). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

2.Zheng Tainian. (2015). Innovations in deepening academic high school curriculum reform in Zhejiang Province. In: Huo Yiping, Zhu Yiming (eds.).(2015). Annual report on regular high school education development in China (2014). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

3.Zheng Tainian. (2014). Latest development in gifted and talented education in high school. In: Huo Yiping, Zhu Yiming (eds.).(2014). Annual report on regular high school education development in China (2013). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

4.Zheng Tainian. (2013). Development of a private high school: A case study of Xi’an Gaoxin No. 1 School. In: Huo Yiping, Zhu Yiming (eds.).(2013). Annual report on regular high school education development in China (2012). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

5.Gao Wen & Zheng Tainian. (2009). The learning sciences: Background and main ideas. In: Gao Wen (Eds.). (2009). Key conceptions in the learning sciences. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

6.Zhao Jian & Zheng Tainian. (2009). The latest development of the learning sciences. In: Gao Wen (Eds.). (2009). Key conceptions in the learning sciences. Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

7.Zheng Tainian. (2006). Basic themes of contemporary reform in science curriculum. In Pei Xinning & Zheng Tainian (Eds.) (2006). Learn science through inquiry. Guangzhou: Guangdong Education Press.

8.Zheng Tainian. (2006). Inquiry-based method in learning science. In Pei Xinning & Zheng Tainian (Eds.) (2006). Learn science through inquiry. Guangzhou: Guangdong Education Press.

9.Zheng Tainian. (2003). New directions in the design of textbooks in reform of fundamental education curriculum. In Zhong Qiquan & Cui Yunhuo (Eds.), Ideas and innovations in the new curriculum. Beijing: Educational Sciences Press.

10.Wu Gang, Zheng Tainian & You Baohua. (2001). Knowledge-based economy and educational innovation. In Ding Gang (Eds.), Innovation: A mission of education in the new century, Beijing: Educational Sciences Press.

Book (or Chapters in Book) translated

1.Pei Xinning, Zheng Tainian & Zhao Jian. (2011). Instructional-design theories and models: A new paradigm of instructional theory (Edited by Reigeluth C. M.(1999). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates). Beijing: Educational Sciences Press.

2.Ren Youqun & Zheng Tainian. (2007). Instructional design: International perspectives (Vol. 2): Solving instructional design problems (Edited by Tennyson, R., Schott, F., Seel, N. M., & Dijkstra, S. (1997). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates). Beijing: Educational Sciences Press.

3.Zheng Tainian & Ren Youqun. (2002) Theoretical foundations of learning environment (Edited by Jonassen, D. H. & Land, S. M. (2000), New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

4.Zheng Tainian. (2002), Ch.5-8. In Constructivism in Education (Edited by Steffe L. P. & Gale, J. (1995). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates). Shanghai: East China Normal University Press.

Invited Address

5.Zheng Tainian. Student-centered Teaching: How Far and How to Go? Sino-Finnish Joint Leanring Innovation Institute “Learning and Wisdom” Forum. Zhuhai, October 23-25, 2016.

6.Zheng Tainian, Dai Yu, & Tong Yuting. Seemingly Student-centered but Actually Teacher-centered Classroom Activities. 16th WCCES (World Council of Comparative Education Societies), 2016. Beijing, August 22-26, 2016.

7.Zheng Tainian, Huo Yiping, & Huang Xiangyang. Can Chinese Students’ Mathematics Success be Demystified through Analysis of Mathematics Lessons and Relevant Activities. 2015 AERA (American Educational Research Association) Annual Meeting. Chicago, April 16-20, 2015

8.Zheng Tainian, Huo Yiping, & Huang Xiangyang. Demystify Chinese Students’ Mathematics Success through Video-Analysis of Middle School Mathematics Lessons. 2015 CIES (Comparative and International Education Society) Annual Meeting. Washington DC., March 8-14, 2015

9.Zheng Tainian, Deng Ciping, & Huo Yiping. Learning Strategies of Gifted High School Students in China. NAGC (National Association for Gifted Children) 61st Annual Convention. Baltimore, November 13-16, 2014.

10.Zheng Tainian, Wang Mei, & Lin Lijia. Characteristics of Classroom Teaching Methods in China and Their Effects on Students’ Mathematical achievements and Problem Solving Abilities. 2012 AERA (American Educational Research Association) Annual Meeting. Vancouver, April 13-17, 2012

Zheng Tainian. Developing Teachers’ Design Knowledge through Lesson Study. Singapore Lesson Study Symposium. Singapore, June 2-3, 2011.