Butsari Phenglengdi is an assistant professor at the major of teaching chemistry, Faculty of Education, at Chiang Mai University, Thailand. She received her PhD in Chemical Education from Western Sydney University, Australia, in 2016. Her interests lie in Teaching and learning chemistry with Visualizations, Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK), Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTs), Meaningful Learning, 21st Century Learning Skills. She was a National Research Team (NRT) member performing research for the Chevron Enjoy Science Project in Thailand. Prior to earning her PhD, she taught science and chemistry for eight years in Thai secondary school. Moreover, she is an assistant dean for international relations affair
Teaching and learning chemistry with Visualizations, Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge (TPACK), Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTs), Meaningful Learning and 21st Century Learning Skills.
The Effects of Using Triplet Representations for Teaching and LearningChemistry Online on Pre-service Chemistry Teachers’ Higher Order Thinking Skills.
The Role of TPACK on Pre-service Chemisty Teachers' Meaningful Learning
Teaching and learning chemistry by using computer animation.In Finlayson, O.E., McLoughlin, E., Erduran, S., & Childs, P. (Eds.), Proceedings of ESERA 2017 (pp. 662-670). Dublin: Dublin City University.