Publications in Education

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:

  1. Tan Poh, and Paré Glück, Eduardo (2020) Teaching science with intention and connection: An interview with Clarah Menezes. SFU Educational Review. (Submitted)
  2. Tan Poh. (2020) Brief Communication: Towards a new teaching approach for scientific literacy: Exploring through a three-vision framework for teaching science. SFU Educational Review. (Submitted)
  3. Tan Poh. And Leong Jade. (2020) Teacher and researcher in entangled relations: A visual scholarship. Intersections: Critical Issues in Education (Summitted)
  4. Wang Quincy, and Tan Poh. (2020) Brief communication: Using virtual reality to develop relational and embodied scientific literacy. SFU Educational Review. (Submitted)
  5. Tan Poh. (2019) Waves of Reflection: Becoming Reflective Science Educator. Alberta Science Education Journal, (Accepted with minor revisions).
  6. Tan Poh. (2019) Can Young Children Become Grittier through Science Inquiry? Cutting Edge: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies University of British Columbia, (Accepted, in press)
  7. Tan Poh. (2019) Poem: New Journey. Cutting Edge: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies University of British Columbia, (Accepted, in press)
  8. Tan Poh. (2019) Poem: This is Me!. Cutting Edge: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies University of British Columbia, (Accepted, in press)
  9. Tan Poh. (2019) Listening to Young Children: A Mosaic approach: Research Perspectives from two children and dinosaurs. SFU Educational Review, 12(2), 64-78
  10. Tan Poh. (2016) Science Education: Defining the Scientifically Literate Person.  SFU Educational Review.  9(1)
  11. Tan, Poh. (2016) little wonderings. SFU Educational Review. 9(1)

 

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters:

  1. Tan Poh. (2019) Relationality and Posthumanism in Science Education: Towards a New Paradigm of Scientific Literacy. Edited by Tippett, C and Milford, T. in Science Education in Canada.  (Chapter Proposal Accepted).
  2. Macdonald, M, Hill, C, and Tan Poh. (2019) Being and Becoming in Place: Embodied ways of knowing and living science.  Editor: Lyle, E.  In Identity Landscapes: Contemplating Place and the Construction of Self.  York University
  3. Hill, C, Macdonald, M, and Tan Poh. (2019) Living life as inquiry: Labouring and parenting with/in the Academy.  Editor: Lyle, E.  In Identity Landscapes: Contemplating Place and the Construction of Self.  York University.

Books, Articles in Magazines, Newsletters and Reports

(non-peer-reviewed)

 

  1. Tan Poh. Our Changing Planet. (2019) Guest contributor for Project LER, Unisinos
  2. Tan Poh. and Mau K. (2019) My Family. Self-published, Printed in Canada,
  3. Tan Poh, and Mau, Khafri. (2017) My name is Poh: I am a mummy and a scientist.  Self-published, Accepted into the Simon Fraser University, Bennett Library. Printed in Canada
  4. Tan Poh, and Mau Khafri. (2018) Am I a Scientist? Self-published, Accepted into Simon Fraser University, Bennett Library.  Printed in Canada,
  5. Tan Poh, and Mau Khafri. (2018) Suis-je un scientifique? French Version Self-published, Accepted into Simon Fraser University, Bennett Library.  Printed in Canada,
  6. Tan Poh and Mau Khafri, (2018) He Kanaka ‘Epekema Anei Au? Translated by Kalimahana Young. Self-Published. Printed in Canada.

Conferences and Presentations:

Keynote Addresses and Invited Presentations

  1. Tan Poh.  (2017, October 27) What I learned about life and dreams from my Grade 7 teacher.  TEDx Unisinos Speaker. Unisinos University, Porto Alegre, Brazil.  Website: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=691sXQrzaWA
  2. Tan Poh.  (2017, October) Self-Study Research Methodology: Developing Pedagogy for Teaching Science to Young Children. A snapshot of young girls in STEM.  Invited Speaker to at the GEIN (Early Years Education Research Group) at Universidade Federal Rio Grande de Sol, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Conference Oral Presentations (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Tan Poh. (2020, January) Scientific Literacy Through an Entanglement of Hula and Post-Humanist Theory.  Accepted presentation at the 18th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education.  Honolulu, Hawaii.
  2. Tan Poh and Barreiro, Jacky.  (2019, May) Becoming Educator in the World.  Presentation at Investigating Our Practices Conference.  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada.
  3. Tan Poh and Barreiro, Jacky.  (2019, April) Embodied practices of scientific concepts: relational ontologies in the classroom.  Presentation at the Disrupting Disciplines: Finding Connection in the Disconnection Conference.  University of British Columbia Okanagan, British Columbia. Canada.
  4. Tan Poh.  (2017, May) Exploring My Pedagogy through Self-Study Teacher Research: Early Years Scientific Literacy.  Presentation at the Learning Together Conference.  Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada.
  5. Tan Poh.  (2016, May) Exploring Scientific Thinking in Young Children. Presentation to the Learning Together Conference. Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada.

 

Poster and Round Table Presentations (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Tan Poh.  (2017, May) Self-Study Research, the Self in Practice: The Scientist and the Science Educator.  Peer-reviewed Poster Presentation at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  2. Tan Poh.  (2016, May) Science Education in the Early Years. Round Table Discussion at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.