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About Tianhong Zhang, Ph.D.

Dr. Zhang graduated from a university and became a certified English instructor in secondary and postsecondary education in China. While in graduate school at the University of Akron, she got involved with the Ed-Tech education for K-12 in-service teachers and several granted evaluations of enhancing education through technology (EETT) in Ohio. When studying in the doctoral program at Kent State University, as the university’s out-reaching teaching fellow, she had the opportunity of teaching Chinese as a foreign language and tutoring ESL students in a high-need school district in Ohio for two years. She later returned to Kent State University and taught a diversity course for the teacher licensure program, both online and face-to-face. At the same time, she taught Chinese in the Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Education, Cedarville University School of Education
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Professional Service and Affiliations

Member, Intercultural Competence Inventory (IDI)
Member, International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity
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Courses

  • e-Learning for Educators
  • Teaching Diverse Learners

Education

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Ph.D., Kent State University
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M.A., The University of Akron
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Contact Information

School of Education
Cedarville University
WI 111
937-766-7782

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Conference Presentations (6)

Invited Presentations (1)

Journal Articles (1)

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