Qianqian Pan

Qianqian Pan
National Institute of Education (NIE), Singapore | nie · Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Qianqian Pan is a Research Scientist at the National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics program in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Kansas, USA. Prior to joining NIE, she worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong.

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Publications (18)
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Our current research aimed to investigate the mediating relationship between Parental Career-Related Factors, adolescents’ Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy, and Ambivalence in Career Decision-Making with a total of 605 students from China. We collected data at three different time points, with a 6-month interval between each time point. Then we...
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Contextualized in the prolonged period of COVID-19-related school suspension in Hong Kong, the present study unravels relationships among socioeconomic status (SES), parental involvement, and learning outcomes for a matched sample of 186 primary and 932 secondary school students and their parents who participated in the eCitizen Education 360 surve...
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Contextualized in the prolonged period of COVID-19-related school suspension in Hong Kong, the present study unravels relationships among socioeconomic status (SES), parental involvement, and learning outcomes for 186 primary and 932 secondary school students and their parents who participated in the eCitizen Education 360 survey. Three-step latent...
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Hong Kong was one of the first places hit with the COVID-19 outbreak in January 2020and has since responded with several periods of full or partial school suspension, during which teaching and learning often occurred remotely using digital means. During this time, collecting research data and testing students have become more difficult than before....
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Background Most children with congenital heart disease (CHD) require surgical repair, and postoperative rehabilitation is an essential step to restore the quality of life. The present study constructs and confirms the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health for Children and Youth core set for children with congenital hea...
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The effectiveness of anti-cyberbullying interventions reported in the literature has been mixed even when the pedagogical organization of the programs were taken into account. To gain deeper insight into the relationship between pedagogical design principles of anti-cyberbullying interventions and their program effectiveness, this study comprises a...
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Motivational regulation strategies are methods used to manage motivation levels. We used latent profile analysis to investigate strategy combinations and structural equation modeling to investigate how strategy profiles were related to achievement. Confirmatory factor analyses showed an eight-factor model was a good fit for the data and overall sma...
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A multivariate longitudinal DCM is developed that is the composite of two components, the log-linear cognitive diagnostic model (LCDM) as the measurement model component that evaluates the mastery status of attributes at each measurement occasion, and a generalized multivariate growth curve model that describes the growth of each attribute over tim...
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Turnover intentions are peoples’ plans of turnover action, representing their expressed motivation to perform the turnover behavior, which may be the best predictor of turnover. The study aimed to investigate the level of turnover intentions of special education teachers in mainland China as well as exploring the factors that influenced their turno...
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The purpose of this research was to identify the presence of different school readiness profiles and to determine whether profiles could differentially predict academic growth. The Early Childhood Longitudinal Study: 2010-11 (ECLS-K: 2011) public data set was used, and participants were 14,954 first-time kindergarteners. The age of entering kinderg...
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Self-control emerges in early childhood and is shown to be strongly related to poor adulthood outcomes. The development of self-control was long believed to be homogeneous among individuals and stable in rank. The purpose of the current study was to (1) examine if multiple growth trajectories of self-control existed in early childhood by using grow...
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A consensus has not been reached on the definition of spirituality. Consequently, it is difficult to understand the concept and to develop scales to assess spirituality. To measure this concept in a non-Western culture is even more difficult. Following sound scale development procedures, the current study endeavors to develop a Spirituality Scale f...
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The association between school readiness and children's academic growth was examined in a nationally representative sample of kindergarten students in the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-K:2011. The purpose of the study was to determine if different school readiness profiles of kindergarteners could predict academic growth in early childhood, ki...
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The purpose of current study was to develop a multivariate longitudinal Diagnostic Classification Models to describe students' academic growth over time.
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A simulation study was conducted to investigate the reasons of the negative DIC values and its impact on ranking competing models. The results found the small variance can be the reason that resulted in negative DIC even though fitting a right model. And, the negative DIV values did not impact the ranking competing models.

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Research using quantitative methods to investigate child development and parenting
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Developing Digital Literacy Assessment and Measuring students' growth of DL; Understanding students' well-being in the digital era and Promoting it.