Name: Hsieh, Wen-Min
Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Foreign Languages, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan
Degrees: Ph.D. Instructional Systems, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Interest of research: Computer-assisted language learning teacher education, Technology integration, Instructional design, Teacher cognition
English Journal Papers
1. Hsieh, W. M., & Tsai, C. C. (in press). Learning illustrated: An exploratory cross-sectional drawing analysis of students' conceptions of learning. Journal of Educational Research.
2. Hsieh, W. -M. & Tsai, C. -C. (in press). Taiwanese high school teachers’ conceptions of mobile learning. Computers & Education.
3. Hsieh, W. -M. & Tsai, C. -C. (2017). Exploring students’ conceptions of learning science via drawing: A cross-sectional analysis. International Journal of Science Education, 39(3), 274-298.
4. Hsieh, W. -M., & Liou, H. C. (2008). A case study of corpus-informed online academic writing for EFL graduate students. CALICO Journal, 26(1), 28-47.
English Conference Papers
1. Hsieh, W.-M. (June 2016). Preservice teachers' conceptions of teaching English with technology: Examining conceptual change through concept mapping. Paper presented at the 2016 The Japan Association for Language Teaching Computer Assisted Language Learning (JALTCALL) Conference. Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.
2. Hsieh, W.-M. (June 2014). Preparing language teachers for technology integration: It takes more than technology courses. Paper presented at the 2014 The Japan Association for Language Teaching Computer Assisted Language Learning (JALTCALL) Conference. Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Nagoya, Japan.
3. Hsieh, W.-M. (June 2009). EFL learner's perception of using bilingual electronic referencing tool in writing. Paper presented at the 2009 The Japan Association for Language Teaching Computer Assisted Language Learning (JALTCALL) Conference. Toyo Gakuen University, Hongo Campus, Tokyo, Japan.
4. Hsieh, W.-M., Cui, L., & Sharma, P. (November 2008). Facilitating critical and scientific thinking using group-based problem solving activities in a Large Undergraduate Course. Paper presented at the 2008 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) annual conference. Orlando, FL.
English Book and Book Chapters
1. Hsieh, W.-M. (2012). An exploratory study of L2 teachers’ pedagogical decisions on technology activities. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
2. Sharma, P., Xie, Y., Hsieh, P. H., Hsieh, W. M., & Yoo, S. (2008). Student learning outcomes in technology-enhanced constructivist learning environments: What does research show? In M. Orey, R. M. Branch, & V. J. McClendon. (Eds.), Educational Technology and Media Yearbook 2008 (pp. 77-90). Athens, GA: University of Georgia.
Academic Services
1. Paper Reviewer, Computers & Education
Research Awards
1. 2014 Hosei International Fund Fellow, Global Education Center, Hosei University, Japan
2. 2012 Student Dissertation Research Initiation Grants, College of Education, The Pennsylvania State University