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Presented in Mandarin

  • Chen, P., Wang, T., Olivier, D. F., & Chiu, S. C. (2021, June). Developing a conceptual framework of readiness for change and its application in educational research. Educational Review, 56, 1-43.

  • Chen, P., K, C.Y., & Lin, H. (2021). Boundary objects by NPDL global networking and their effects on co-generating competency-based curriculum. Secondary Education, 72 (2), 34-53.

  • Chen, P., Chung, W. C., Lin, G. J., Hung, W. J., Chen, Y. C., Hsueh, S., & Ko, C. Y. (2020). Enabling Networked Action by Pilot Schools for Nurturing Democratic Professionalism. Secondary Education, 71 (4), 17-31. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Lin, Y. C., & Chen, P. (2020). A Study of the Development Process of School-based Required Courses in a Senior High School from the Perspective of Actor-Network Theory. Secondary Education, 71 (3), 17-29. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Lin, C. H., & Chang, C. W. (2020). The Development and Practice of Interdisciplinary Curriculum: A case study on Taipei Municipal Nanhu High School. Education Research, 316, 4-22. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Lin, C. H., & Chen, P. (2020). Exploring Principal Leadership for Learning on Self-directed Learning. In C. H. Chen (ed.), Transforming and practicing self-regulated curriculum of 12-year Basic Education (pp. 135-160). National Academy for Education Research. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, L. R., Lin, C. H., & Chen, P. (2020). Implications of Social and Emotional Learning in Teacher Education in Taiwan - A case of San Jose State University. Taiwan Educational Review Monthly, 9(5), 30-36. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Lin, Y. C., Chen, Y. N., Kuo, Y. C., Pan, D. Y., Chen, W. C., & Chen, P. (2020). Sketching the Planning and the Development Experience of Senior High School Curriculum Program. Taiwan Education Review, 722, 72-80. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Lin, C. H. (2020). Formation of Heutagogical Agency: Exploring UWC students’ learning experiences. Education Research, 310, 102-119. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chien, F. L., & Chen, P. (2020). A Study of Formalizing Self-regulation Learning in Senior High School with the Perspective of Learner-centered. Education Research, 309, 24-40. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Kuo, Y. F., & Chen, P. (2019). An International Comparative Study on Taiwan’s Principal Leadership Practices: Evidence from TALIS 2018. Education Research, 308, 4-16. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Luo, S. M., Lee, C. D., Lin, K. J., Chung, W. C., & Chen, P. (2019). Longitudinal Study on Changes in Organizational Capacities of SAP High Schools. Educational Review, 52, 77-116. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chien, F. L., & Chen, P. (2018). Exploring a High School Transformation through the Lens of Activity Theory. Educational Research and Development, 14(3), 65-100. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2018). Ideation and Practice of Interdisciplinary Competence-Based Curriculum Workshop. Curriculum Studies, 13(2), 21-42. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Lin, C. H., Chen, L. J., & Chen, P. (2018). Implications of Hong Kong’s “Quality School Improvement Program” for Curriculum Collaboration in Taiwan. Curriculum & Instruction Quarterly, 21(3), 59-90. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2018). Deep Learning for the Future: Co-engendered curriculum, sustained professional capacity, and systemic transformation. Secondary Education, 69(1), 8-17. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Yang, C. L., Chen, P., Hung, W. J., Chen, M. J., Hung, Y. S., & Sun, C. L. (2018). Moving from Distributed to Responsive Mode: multiple case studies on leadership practices of school actualization program. Secondary Education, 69(1), 21-43. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2017). Dialogue as Practice: A case study on the accumulation of professional capital by the networked learning communities. Research in Education Sciences, 62(3), 159-191. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2017). Leadership for Maintaining Public Interest – The Experience in Promoting School Actualization Program. Gender Equity Education Quarterly, 78, 27-37. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Hsieh, H. C. (2017). Female Leadership in Higher Education - Education Statistics and Report of Survey in 2005. Gender Equity Education Quarterly, 78, 51-57. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Hsieh, H. C. (2017). Introduction of Female and Leadership. Gender Equity Education Quarterly, 78, 11-14. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2016). Competence-Based Pedagogical Imaginary. General Education Online, 66, 8-10. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Cheng, M. Y., Huang, C., Cheng, Y. C., & Lin, Y. T. (2016). Enabling Pedagogical Imaginary: networked learning communities and school-based learning communities realizing shared visions. Education Research, 265, 91-109. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Huang, T. S., Hsu, M. C., & Hou, C. C. (2015). As Methodology Encounters Digital Learning: Experiencing Flipped Teaching. International Journal on Digital Learning Technology, 8(1), 51-70. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Chien, F. L. (2015, November). From Functional Leadership to Energy Leadership: A study of activity theory on school learning system. Paper presented at Conference on Cross-strait Four-site School Principal Leadership, Taipei, Taiwan. (Presented in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Lin, T. B. (2015). The Development of Professional Empowerment Program for Principals by Interorganizational Collaboration and Action Research. Educational Practice and Research, 28(1), 131-166. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2015). Structural Chasm, Networked Community, and Pedagogical Imaginary. Secondary Education, 66(1), 58-78. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Chien, F. L. (2015). Introducing Concepts and Practices of Networked Learning Communities. Bulletin of Educational Research, 61(1), 137-150. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Mao, C. J., Cheng, Y., C. (2014). Networked Learning Communities of Curriculum Collaboration Experience. Educators and Professional Development, 31(5), 61-72. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Pan, H. L. (2013). Principal Leadership for Learning: A study of leadership practices and curriculum development. Education Research, (229), 50-70. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Pan, H. L., Chen, P., Chang, S. C., Cheng, S. H., & Chen, W. Y. (2014). Concepts and Practices of Learning Community: An Analysis from the Perspective of Leadership for Learning. Journal of Education of Taipei Municipal University of Education, 45, 1-28. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Chen, W. H., Chien, F. L., Huang, C. C., Chiu, S. C., Xiao, Y. C.,& Sung, Y. F. (2012, November). The New Model of Principal Professional Development: Reflection of collaboration experience between university-government-school-NGO. Paper presented at 6th Conference on Cross-strait Four-site School IMprovement and Partnership, New Taipei, Taiwan. (Presented in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Kuo, C. H., & Ying, Y. J. (2012). Promoting the Development of Professional Learning Community on School Actualization Program. Taiwan Educational Review Monthly, 1(11), 36-42. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., Chung, W. C., Lin, G. J., & Kuo, C. H. (2012). The Development Strategy of High Leverage Policy on School Actualization Program. Taiwan Educational Review Monthly, 1(11), 43-50. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Lin, Y. H., & Chen, P. (2011). Contradictions Derived from Collaboration: Transformations and regenerations through university-school partnership in remote schools. Journal of Educational Research and Development, 7(4), 103-130. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Hsieh, H. C., Lin, D. S., & Chen, P. (2011). Crossing Gender Boundaries: Gender and College Majors in Taiwan. Taiwanese Journal of Sociology, 48, 95-149. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Tzeng, J. Y. (2011). Exploring the Expansive Learning and Curriculum Innovation of a Professional Learning Community: An Approach of Activity Theory. Bulletin of Educational Research, 57(2), 39-84. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., &Mao, C. J. (2010). Accountability for Quality and Equity: The challenges and responses of NCLB Act. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 18(3), 1-47. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Chiao, C. C. (2009). Distributed Leadership and Professional Learning Community: A case study of innovative teaching in a high school. Research in Education Sciences, 54(1), 55-86. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2009). Learning Together, Leading Together: The construction and practice of professional learning community. Secondary Education, 60(3), 68-88. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2008). Professional Growth and Empowerment of Teachers through Conversations with Self and Settings. Kaohsiung Normal University Journal: Education and Social Sciences, (24), 21-48. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2008). The Rise and Development of Teacher Leadership. Journal of Education Research, (171), 41-57. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Sheu, T. M., Dan, J. W., Mao, C. J., & Chen, P. (2007). Constructing the Assessment Indexes of World-class University. Jiangsu Higher Education, (6), 26-29. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Ma, J. K. H. (2007) A Study of Aborigine College students’ School Attendance, Economic Burden, and the Willingness of Advanced Studies. 台灣高教研究電子報, 7. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Hsieh, H. C., Chen, P. (2006). From Dormant to Leaping: Introduction of feminist movement on campus. Gender Equality Education Quarterly, (34), 10-27. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P., & Chen, S. F. (2006). Internationalization of Higher Education in the United States. Educational Resources and Research, (71), 109-132. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2005). Exploring Transformational Leadership: A case study of a female principal's leadership experiences. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 13(2), 1-36. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2005). Acting 'Otherwise': Case Study of the Institutionalization of Women's/Gender Studies. Journal of Women’s and Gender Studies, (20), 255-271. (Published in Mandarin)

  • Chen, P. (2004). Acting 'Otherwise': The Institutionalization of Women's/Gender Studies in Taiwan's Universities. Journal Of General Education, 11(1&2), 37-70. (Published in Mandarin)

 

Presented in English

  • Chen, P., Yang, C., Hung, Y., Hung, W., & Chen, M. (2020). Exploring high-school readiness for change in Taiwan from a lens of policy design. Journal of Educational Research and Development, 16(3), 93-127. [TSSCI]

  • Wang, T., Olivier, D. F., & Chen, P. (2020): Creating individual and organizational readiness for change: conceptualization of system readiness for change in school education. International Journal of Leadership in Education, DOI: 10.1080/13603124.2020.1818131.

  • Chen, P., & Hsieh H.C. (2019). Women’s academic leadership under competing higher education policies in Taiwan, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 49(5), 759-776. DOI: 10.1080/03057925.2018.1454826 [SSCI]

  • Lin, T.B, & Chen, P. (2018). The Inception of a Curriculum Leadership Development Program in Taiwan: Rationales and designs. Chinese Education & Society 51(5), 324-336. DOI: 10.1080/10611932.2018.1510687

  • Hsieh, H. C., Chen, P., & Lin T. S. (2017). Girls’ and Boys’ Science Choices and Learning in Upper-Secondary Schools in Taiwan. Asian Women, 33(3), 41-64. [SSCI]

  • Chen, P., Lee, C.D., Lin, H., & Chang, C.X. (2016). Factors that develop effective professional learning communities in Taiwan. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 36(2), 248-265. DOI: 10.1080/02188791.2016.1148853  [SSCI]

  • Chen, P. & Wang, T. (2015). Exploring the evolution of a teacher professional learning community: a longitudinal case study at a Taiwanese high school. Teacher Development: An international journal of teachers' professional development, 19(4), 427-444. DOI:10.1080/13664530.2015.1050527.   

  • Huffman, J., Olivier, D., Wang, T., Chen, P., Hairon, S., & Pang, N. (2015). Global conceptualization of the professional learning community process: Transitioning from country perspectives to international commonalities. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 19(3), 327-351.

  • Chen, P., & Lin, T. B. (2014). Developing the Leadership Empowerment Program for School Principals in Taiwan. Leadership and Policy Quarterly, 3(2), 57–76.

  • Chen, P. (2012). Empowering identity reconstruction of indigenous college students through transformative learning. Educational Review, 64(2), 161–180. [SSCI]. doi:10.1080/00131911.2011.592574

  • Pan, H. W., & Chen, P. (2011). Challenges and research agenda of school leadership in Taiwan. School Leadership & Management, 31(4), 339–353. doi: 10.1080/13632434.2011.606270

  • Chen, P. (2008). Strategic leadership and school reform in Taiwan. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 19(3), 293–318. [SSCI]. doi: 10.1080/09243450802332119

  • Chen, P. (2002). Book Reviews: Education, Equity and Transformation edited by Crain Soudien, Peter Kallaway, with Mignonne Breier. Comparative Education Review, 46(2), 246–248.  doi:10.1086/344913

  • Vogt, C., & Chen, P. (2001). Feminisms and the Internet. Peace Review, 13(3), 371–374. doi:10.1080/13668800120079072