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Sin-Wang Chong

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Queen's University Belfast

Sin-Wang Chong is the Early Career Researcher Network Regional Rep for Northern Ireland.

Sin-Wang Chong (PhD) is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Queen’s University Belfast. Sin-Wang’s main research interests include assessment feedback in higher education and educational/language assessment. He is also interested in the role of technology in education and research synthesis in higher education and applied linguistics. Since 2016, Sin-Wang has 23 articles published/in press on the above topics in international refereed and professional journals. His research monograph on metacognitive knowledge systems of EFL writers will be published by Routledge in September 2020. He is now working on another book on IELTS preparation, also to be published by Routledge.

In the capacity of Principal and Co-Investigator, Sin-Wang has been involved in a number of grant projects on language testing, technology and education, language education, and learner autonomy in Hong Kong and Japan (total: over £395,000). He is currently a researcher and project manager at the Research Institute for Learner Autonomy Education, Kanda University of International Studies in Japan.

Sin-Wang is Associate Editor of the journal Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching (Taylor & Francis) and sits on the editorial review boards of a number of international refereed journals. He is a regular reviewer for leading journals in higher education and language education.

Sin-Wang Chong's contributions

Early Career Researcher Network

The BERA Early Career Researcher (ECR) Network aims to offer support to those who are in the process of completing their masters or doctorate in education, as well as those who have completed...