🌟Dr. Haili Liang Haili, Mathematics Education, Young Scientist Award🏆

Doctorate at Beijing Normal University, China

Liang Haili is a distinguished scholar in Mathematics Education, currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Beijing Normal University. She has a solid educational foundation and extensive experience in both teaching and research, with significant contributions to educational practices and pedagogical research.

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Liang Haili has a notable publication record, with her works cited in various reputable journals. Her research has been published in high-impact journals such as Computers & Education and Education and Information Technologies, indicating her contributions to advancing knowledge in Mathematics Education.

  • Citations: 2 citations by 2 documents
  • Documents: 6
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Liang Haili is pursuing a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education at Beijing Normal University. She holds an MA in Mathematics Education from University College London, where she explored various educational methodologies and testing mechanisms. Her academic journey began with a B.S. in Optical Information Science and Technology from Sun Yat-Sen University, where she developed a strong foundation in scientific principles and research.

Research Focus

Her research interests encompass Mathematics Education, Teacher Education, Project-based Learning, and Mathematical Assessment. She is particularly focused on how these elements can enhance the teaching and learning experience in mathematics, aiming to develop innovative educational strategies and assessment tools.

Professional Journey

Liang has an extensive professional background in education. She served as a Mathematics Teacher at The Middle School Attached to Sun Yat-Sen University, where she achieved outstanding teaching results and recognition. Additionally, she was the Director of the Mathematics Olympiad Department at Xiao, Advance, where she led educational initiatives and helped numerous students achieve academic success in mathematics competitions.

Honors & Awards

Throughout her academic and professional career, Liang has received numerous accolades. Notably, she was awarded the third-class Scholarship at Sun Yat-Sen University multiple times. She was also recognized as the “Outstanding Head Teacher” and “Advanced Teaching and Research Member” for three consecutive years during her tenure at The Middle School Attached to Sun Yat-Sen University.

Publications Noted & Contributions

Liang has co-authored several influential papers. Her notable works include studies on teachers’ interaction patterns in online research-practice partnerships, competency-oriented student activities, and assessments of mathematical reasoning competence. Her research contributes significantly to understanding and improving mathematics education practices.

Comparing Competency-Oriented Student Activities Between Expert and Novice Teachers in China: Insights from an Epistemic Network Analysis (ENA)

  • Journal: Education and Information Technologies (2024)
  • DOI: 10.1007/s10639-024-12467-8
  • EID: 2-s2.0-85183006928
  • ISSN: 15737608, 13602357
  • Contributors: Qi, C.; Liang, H.; Zuo, S.; Li, R.
  • Summary: This study employs Epistemic Network Analysis (ENA) to compare how expert and novice teachers in China facilitate competency-oriented activities for students, providing insights into different teaching approaches.

Mathematics Teachers’ Interaction Patterns and Role Changes in Online Research-Practice Partnerships: A Social Network Analysis

  • Journal: Computers & Education (2024-05-19)
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.compedu.2024.105077
  • ISSN: 0360-1315
  • Contributors: Haili Liang; Chunxia Qi; Rongjin Huang; Haode Zuo; Jiashan He
  • Summary: This article analyzes the interaction patterns and evolving roles of mathematics teachers involved in online research-practice partnerships using social network analysis, highlighting the dynamics of online collaboration.

Assessing Mathematical Deductive Reasoning Competence of Eighth-Grade Students from China

  • Journal: Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (2024-05-18)
  • DOI: 10.1007/s42330-024-00315-3
  • ISSN: 1492-6156, 1942-4051
  • Contributors: Lianming Hao; Haili Liang; Chunxia Qi; Chunlian Jiang
  • Summary: This paper assesses the mathematical deductive reasoning abilities of eighth-grade students in China, providing insights into their competence in this critical area of mathematical education.

An Assessment of Eighth Graders’ Mathematics Higher Order Thinking Skills in the Chinese Context

  • Journal: Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (2023)
  • DOI: 10.1007/s42330-023-00279-w
  • EID: 2-s2.0-85174433297
  • ISSN: 19424051, 14926156
  • Contributors: Bai, Y.; Liang, H.; Qi, C.; Zuo, S.
  • Summary: This article evaluates the higher-order thinking skills of eighth-grade students in mathematics within the Chinese educational context, aiming to understand their problem-solving and analytical abilities.

Examining Teachers’ Learning Through a Project-Based Learning Lesson Study: A Case Study in China

  • Journal: International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies (2023)
  • DOI: 10.1108/IJLLS-09-2022-0127
  • EID: 2-s2.0-85144845836
  • ISSN: 20468261, 20468253
  • Contributors: Qi, C.; Lai, M.Y.; Liu, L.; Zuo, S.; Liang, H.; Li, R.
  • Summary: This case study explores how teachers learn and develop professionally through a project-based learning lesson study in China, emphasizing collaborative learning and practical implementation.

Research Timeline

Her research timeline includes a steady progression from foundational studies in optical information science to advanced research in mathematics education. This journey reflects her evolving focus and growing expertise in educational methodologies and their practical applications in mathematics teaching.

Collaborations and Projects

Liang has collaborated with numerous scholars and educators in her field. She participated in various projects, such as examining teachers’ learning through project-based learning lesson studies and assessing higher-order thinking skills in students. Her collaborative efforts have led to valuable insights and advancements in mathematics education.

Liang Haili’s comprehensive background in education, combined with her robust research portfolio and dedication to teaching excellence, marks her as a prominent figure in the field of Mathematics Education.

Haili Liang Haili | Mathematics Education | Young Scientist Award

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