Huy P. PHAN潘教授介紹

Huy P. PHAN潘教授

Huy P. PHAN潘教授

基本資料

  • 職稱:教授
  • 聯絡電話:61 448855993
  • 電子郵件:hphan2@une.edu.au
  • 研究專長:Educational Psychology, Teaching and Learning
  • 經歷

    <Ten Career-Best Research Outputs>
    1. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., Chen, S.-C., Wu, L., Lin, W.-W., & Hsu, C.-S. (2020). Introducing the study of life and death education to support the importance of positive psychology: An integrated model of philosophical beliefs, religious faith, and spirituality. Frontiers in Psychology, 11(Article 580186), 1-16. doi:doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.580186
    2. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., Wang, H.-W., Shih, J.-H., Shi, S.-Y., & Lin, R.-Y. (2019). Achieving optimal best practice: An inquiry into its nature and characteristics. PLOS One, 14(4), e0215732. doi:https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0215732
    3. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., & Yeung, A. S. (2019). The process of optimization: Examination and proposition. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 1398-1398. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01398
    4. Ngu, B. H., Yeung, A. S., Phan, H. P., Hong, K. S., & Usop, H. (2018). Learning to solve challenging percentage-change problems: A cross-cultural study from a cognitive load perspective. Journal of Experimental Education. 86(3), 362-385 doi: 10.1080/0020973.2017.134774
    5. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2017). Undertaking experiments in social sciences: Sequential, multiple time series designs for consideration. Educational Psychology Review, 29(4), 847-867. doi:10.1007/s10648-016-9368-0
    6. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., & Yeung, A. S. (2017). Achieving optimal best: Instructional efficiency and the use of cognitive load theory in mathematical problem solving. Educational Psychology Review. 29(4), 667-692. doi: 10.1007/s10648-016-9373-3
    7. Ngu, B. H., & Phan, H. P. (2016). Unpacking the complexity of linear equations from a cognitive load theory perspective. Educational Psychology Review, 28, 95-118. doi: 10.1007/s10648-015-9298-2
    8. Ngu, B. H., Phan, H. P., Hong, K. S., & Usop, H. (2016). Reducing intrinsic cognitive load in percentage change problems: The equation approach. Learning and Individual Differences, 51, 81-90. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2016.08.029
    9. Phan, H. P. (2013). Examination of self-efficacy and hope: A developmental approach using latent growth modelling. The Journal of Educational Research, 106(2), 93-104. doi:Doi 10.1080/00220671.2012.667008
    10. Phan, H. P. (2008). Predicting change in epistemological beliefs, reflective thinking and learning styles British Journal of Educational Psychology, 78, 75-93.
     


1. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2019). Teaching, learning and psychology in the school: An applied approach. South Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.
2. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., Wang, H.-W., Chen, S.-C., Shih, J.-H., Lin, R.-Y., Shi, S.-Y., et al. (In Press). In search of sociocultural and psychological explanations of human agency: Western and Eastern insights for future development. UK: Cambridge. Date of acceptance: 23rd August, 2018.


1. Dorovolomo, J., Koya, C. F., Phan, H. P., Veramu, J., & Nabobo-Baba, U. (Eds.). (2008). Pacific education: Issues and perspectives. Suva, FJ: University of the South Pacific & Max Publishing Ltd.


1. Ngu, B. H., Phan, H. P., Maniam, V., & Sigauke, A. T. (2021). The effect of prior knowledge on learning to solve linear equations with a negative pronumeral: The balance versus inverse method. In S. P. Lewis (Ed.), Cognitive load: Theory and applications. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Invitation.
2. Ngu, B. H., & Phan, H. P. (2020). An examination of pre-service teachers' content knowledge on linear equations: A cross-cultural study. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in Education (1st ed., Vol. 64, pp. 1-33). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Invitation.
3. Ngu, B. H., Phan, H. P., Sigauke, A. T., Maniam, V., & Usop, H. (2019). Cognitive load on learning one-step equations: A cross-cultural study between Australia and Malaysia. In J. R. Naumov (Ed.), Selected topics in cultural studies (pp. 92 - 121). New York: Nova Science Publishers. Invitation.
4. Ngu, B. H., Phan, H. P., Wang, H.-W., Shih, J.-H., Shi, S.-Y., & Lin, R.-Y. (2019). Best practice in mathematics learning: A theoretical discussion for consideration. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in education (Vol. 55, pp. 79 - 112). New York: Nova Science Publishers. Invitation.
5. Ngu, B. H., & Phan, H. P. (2018). Achievement Bests framework, cognitive load theory, and equation solving. In O. B. Cavero & N. L. Calvet (Eds.), Pedagogy. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech Open Science| Open Minds. Invitation.
6. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., & Li, H. (2021). The importance of visualizations on pronunciation: Consideration of motivation and cognitive load imposition. In S. P. Lewis (Ed.), Cognitive load: Theory and applications (pp. 1 - 38). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Invitation
7. Phan, H. P., Wang, H.-W., Shih, J.-H., Shi, S.-Y., Lin, R.-Y., & Ngu, B. H. (2019). The importance of mindfulness in the achievement of optimal best: Conceptualization for research development. In V. Trif (Ed.), Educational Psychology - Between certitudes and uncertainties (pp. 39-58). Rijeka, Croatia: Intech Publishing.
8. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2019). Advancing the study of optimal functioning: A longitudinal research investigation. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in education (Vol. 59, pp. 187-220). New York: Nova Science Publishers. Invitation.
9. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2019). Expanding on the theoretical concept of ‘Optimization’ for effective learning: Establishing empirical evidence from an Eastern sociocultural context. In A. D. Liem & S. T. Hong (Eds.), Asian education miracles: In search of sociocultural and psychological explanations (pp. 222-240). Oxon, New York: Routledge. Invitation.
10. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2018). An empirical examination of goals, learning approaches, and adaptive outcomes. In R. Zheng (Ed.), Strategies for Deep learning with Digital Technology: Theories and Practices in Education (pp. 197-223). New York: Nova Publishing, Inc. Invitation.
11. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2018). The central features of successful achievement: Academic engagement and well-being experiences. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in Education (Vol. 52, pp. 43-79). New York: Nova Science Publishers. Invitation.
12. Phan, H. P., Ngu, B. H., Wang, H.-W., Shih, J.-H., Shi, S.-Y., & Lin, R.-Y. (2018). Introducing the theoretical concept of 'profiling': A cross-cultural perspective. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in Education (Vol. 53, pp. 43-74). New York, NY: Nova Science. Invitation.
13. Ngu, B. H., & Phan, H. P. (2017). Solving linear equations: Will this post a challenge to elementary pre-service teachers? In K. Patterson (Ed.), Solving linear equations: Will this post a challenge to elementary pre-service teachers? (pp. 117-148). New York, NY: Nova Publishing. Invitation.
14. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2017). Positive psychology: The use of the Framework of Achievement Bests to facilitate personal flourishing. In A. A. V. Boas (Ed.), Well-being and Quality of Life (pp. 19-33). Rijeka, Croatia: Intech: Open Science|Open Minds. Invitation.
15. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2017). Consideration of optimal best, using hope as a point of reference. In F. L. Cohen (Ed.), Hope: Individual differences, role in recovery and impact on emotional health (pp. 53-77). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Invitation. Invitation.
16. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2017). Understanding students' learning and engagement: Situating within a motivational perspective. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in Education (Vol. 43, pp. 1-27). New York: Nova Science Publishing. Invitation.
17. Phan, H. P. (2016). Achieving optimal bests, A focus for distance education. In M. Vargas (Ed.), Teaching and learning: Principles, approaches and impact assessment (Vol. 1, pp. 1 - 28). New York, NY: Nova Publisher. Invitation.
18. Phan, H. P. (2016). Longitudinal examination of personal well-being: Validating newly developed concepts. In E. Ortega (Ed.), Academic achievement: Student attitudes, social influences and gender differences (pp. 113-130). New York, NY: Nova Publisher. Invitation.
19. Phan, H. P. (2016). Situating attributes of academic well-being within a motivational framework: A longitudinal investigation. In C. H. Gallagher (Ed.), Academic performance: Student expectations, environmental factors and impacts on health (pp. 19-41). New York, NY: Nova Publishing. Invitation.
20. Phan, H. P. (2016). The use of critical reflection to facilitate optimal best: A theoretical positioning for consideration. In G. Gibson (Ed.), Critical Thinking: Theories, Methods and Challenges (pp. 109-119). New York, NY: Nova Publishing Inc. Invitation.
21. Phan, H. P., & Ngu, B. H. (2016). Optimal outcomes: A focus on theoretical tenets for consideration. In J. Porter (Ed.), Deep learning: Fundamentals, methods and applications (pp. 33-60). New York, NY: Nova Publishing.
22. Phan, H. P. (2015). Effective functioning and its relations: An empirical investigation. In B. Higgins (Ed.), Goal Setting and Personal Development: Teachers' Perspectives, Behavioral Strategies and Impact on Performance (pp. 77-100). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishing. Invitation.
23. Phan, H. P. (2015). The essentialness of hope: Reflection, articulation and anticipation. In L. Bormans (Ed.), The world book of hope (pp. 270-272). Belgium: Lannoo Publishers. Invitation.
24. Phan, H. P. (2015). The impact of optimized functioning: Establishing a conceptualization for further consideration. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in Education (Vol. 33, pp. 101-121). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishing. Invitation.
25. Phan, H. P., Alrashidi, O., & Ngu, B. H. (2015). The importance of mobile-assisted language learning: Developing a motivational perspective. In M. Hamada (Ed.), Mobile Learning: Trends, Attitudes and Effectiveness (pp. 15 - 27). New York, NY: Nova Science. Invitation.
26. Phan, H. P. (2014). Building a better nation: Capitalizing on social cognitive theories for enhancement. In M. Hamada (Ed.), Active and collaborative learning: Practices, problems and prospects (pp. 61 - 78). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishing. Invitation.
27. Phan, H. P. (2013). Interplay between cognitive and non-cognitive processes: Review, implications, and directions. In L. Zhang & J. Chen (Eds.), Academic achievement: Predictors, Learning Strategies and Influences of Gender (pp. 1 - 32). Hauppauge, NY: Science Nova Publishing. Invitation.
28. Phan, H. P. (2013). Online delivery for effective learning experience: Consideration and conceptualization for further advancement. In M. Hamada (Ed.), E-learning: New technologies, Applications and Future Trends (pp. 33 - 54). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Publishing. Invitation.
29. Phan, H. P. (2008). Teaching and learning in the South Pacific: A Vygotskian classroom? In J. Dorovolomo, C. F. Koya, H. P. Phan, J. Veramu, & U. Nabobo-Baba (Eds.), Pacific education: Issues and perspectives (pp. 68-87). Suva: University of the South Pacific & Max Publishing Ltd. Invitation.


1.Billingsley, W., Ngu, B. H., Phan, H. P., Gromik, N., & Kwan, P. (2016). Using video-based critique process to support studio pedagogies in distance education: A tool and pilot study. Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference of Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education. Adelaide, Australia: ASCILITE. http://2016conference.ascilite.org/wp-content/uploads/ASCILITE-2016-full-proceedings-Updated-1512.pdf
2. Deo, B., & Phan, H. P. (2006, November 26th - November 30th). Approaches to Learning in the South Pacific region: A confirmatory factor analysis study. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education, South Australia, Australia.
3. Phan, H. P., & Deo, B. (2006, November 26th - November 30th). Approaches to learning in Educational Psychology and Mathematics: A comparative analysis in the South Pacific region. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education, South Australia, Australia.
4. Phan, H. P., & Walker, R. (2000, October 5th - October 6th). Mathematics self-efficacy in primary schools: Evidence of hierarchical structures. Paper presented at the Self-concept theory, research and practice: Advances for the new millennium, Sydney, Australia.
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