Daliang Wang

Daliang Wang EDUCATION
Ed. D. in Curriculum and Instruction
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2006
 
M. Ed. in Teaching of Chinese Language and Literature, 1998-2001
Shanghai Normal University, China.
 
B.A. in Teaching of Chinese Language and Literature, 1994-1998
Shanghai Normal University, China.
 
RECENT PUBLICATIONS & CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
 
Wang, D. (2012). CALL and Traditional Instructions for Chinese Beginners: A Quantitative Research. Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching in The U.S. China Social Science Press, 2012. pp. 383-394.
Wang, D. (2010). A technology-assisted curriculum for Chinese beginners.  Journal of Research on Chinese as a Second Language.  Volume 6, 88-93. The Commercial Press, Beijing: China.
Wang, D. (2010). (conference proceeding) Different Results in CALL and Traditional Chinese Teaching. The 6th International Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching. National East Asian Languages Resource Center, Columbus: OH.
Wang, D. (2009). Learn to work in a new land: the patterns and motivations for adult ESL program participation in U.S.A. Germany: VDM Publishing House Ltd., 2009.
Wang, D. (2012). (session organizer and chair). Cloud Computing in Teaching Chinese: Applications at a Close Look. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language. Philadelphia, PA: November 16-18.
Wang, D. (2011). Oral Proficiency with Technologies: Audio Drop Box and Voice Thread. Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association. State College, PA: October 21-22, 2011.
Wang, D. (2011). (session organizer and chair). Multiple Intelligence and Teaching Chinese as a second Language. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language. Denver, CO: November 19-21
Wang, D. (2010).CALL and Traditional Chinese Teaching: a Quantitative Research. The 6th International Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching. National East Asian Languages Resource Center, Columbus, OH: June 12-14.
Wang, D. (2010). Pre-service Teachers of Chinese and Issues Regarding Technology Integration. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language. Boston, MA: November 19-21.
Wang, D. (2009). CALL and traditional Instructions for Chinese Beginners: a Quantitative Research. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language.  San Diego, CA: November 19-23.