Publications for Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren
Co-author map based on ISI articles 2007-
Publications mentioned in social media 2 times*
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|Carl-Johan Rundgren, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren, Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Pei-Ling Lin and Chun-Yen Chang|
Are you SLiM? Developing an instrument for civic scientific literacy measurement(SLiM) based on media coverage
Public Understanding of Science, 2012, 21(6), 759-773.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 1
|Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren|
How does background affect attitudes to socioscientific issues in Taiwan?
Public Understanding of Science, 2011, 20(6), 722-732.
|Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren and Carl-Johan Rundgren|
SEE-SEP: From a separate to a holistic view on socio-scientific issues
Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 2010, 11(1), Article 2.
|Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Chun-Yen Chang, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren and Carl-Johan Rundgren|
Mining Concept Maps from News Stories for Measuring Civic Scientific Literacy in Media.
Computers and education, 2010, 55(1), 165-177.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 5
|Carl-Johan Rundgren, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren and Konrad Schönborn|
Students’ conceptions of water transport
Journal of Biological Education, 2010, 44(3), 129-135.
|Shu-Nu Chang, Yau-Yuen Yeung and May Hung Cheng|
Ninth graders’ learning interests, life experiences and attitudes towards science & technology
Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2009, 18(5), 447-457.
Web of Science® Times Cited: 6
Using authentic assessment to investigate modeling ability
Science Education Monthly, 2008, 308, 2-6.
Investigating Taiwanese 9th-graders’ scientific literacy via authentic assessment
Asia - Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 2008, 9(1), article 15.
|Shu-Nu Chang and M. H. Chiu|
Lakatos' scientific research programmes as a framework for analysing informal argumentation about socioscientific issues
International Journal of Science Education, 2008, 30(13), 1753-1773.
Implementing “Science Across the World” in a Resource-Based Learning Activity regarding Sustainable Development Issues
Science Education International, 2007, 18(4), 245-254.
Externalizing students' mental models through concept maps
Journal of Biological Education, 2007, 41(3), 107-112.
Teaching argumentation through the visual models in a resource-based learning environment
Asia - Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 2007, 8(1), article 5.
The investigation of the current Taiwanese senior high school students’ attitudes towards the vocation for science
Taiwan Education Review, 2005, 636, 33-37.
|Shu-Nu Chang and Mei-Hung Chiu|
The development of authentic assessments to investigate ninth graders' scientific literacy: in the case of scientific cognition concerning the concepts of chemistry and physics
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2005, 3(1), 117-140.
To reflect educational learning via researches in cognitive science: In the case of reasoning
Research and Development in Science Education Quarterly, 2004, 34, 29-40.
Investigate creative problem solving from the cases of patents
Business Education Quarterly, 2003, 90, 48-52.
|Shu-Nu Chang, C. H. Lin and A. Lin|
An acidic amino acid cluster regulates the nucleolar localization and ribosome assembly of human ribosomal protein L22
FEBS Letters, 2000, 484(1), 22-28.
Chapters in Books
|Y.-L. Sie, T.-H. Wang, H.-P. Chang, Shu-Nu Chang and T. K. Shih|
A SCORM-based caching strategy for supporting ubiquitous learning environment
Autonomic and Trusted Computing: Third International Conference, ATC 2006, Wuhan, China, September 3-6, 2006. Proceedings, Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, 2006, 551-560.
|Carl-Johan Rundgren, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren, Yuen-Hsien Tseng and Chun-Yen Chang|
Difficult biological concepts in media coverage
National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April 3-6, Orlando, FL, USA., 2011.
|Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren, Carl-Johan Rundgren and C-Y Chang|
Comparing Swedish senior high and undergraduate students’ scientific literacy in media (SLiM) regarding biological terms
|Carl-Johan Rundgren, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren and C-Y Chang|
Are you SLiM from a biological perspective? -- Evaluating scientific literacy in media regarding biological terms
|Nina Christenson, Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren and H.-O. Höglund|
Upper secondary students’ use of scientific knowledge in arguing socioscientific issues
|Nina Christenson and Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren|
Investigating students’ use of knowledge, value and personal experiences (KVP) in relation to the different attributes of socioscientific issues
|Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren, Carl-Johan Rundgren, Chun-Yen Chang and Y-H Tseng|
Cultural comparison of scientific literacy in media (SLiM) – From the perspective of biology subject
|Carl-Johan Rundgren, Richard Hirsch, Lena Tibell and Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren|
Students’ Use of Terms and Conceptual Understanding inMaking Meaning of Visualizations of Protein Function
|Carl-Johan Rundgren, Richard Hirsch, Lena A. E. Tibell and Shu-Nu Chang Rundgren|
Help-words – a Creative Way of Making Sense of visualizations in molecular life science
ERIDOB 2010, 2010.
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