Linda H. Chiang, Ed.D., is a conscientious teacher and lifelong learner whose research interests include culture and learning styles, early childhood special education, and teaching pedagogies. She is a recipient of the Dean’s Accomplished Scholar (2008) and Outstanding Researcher (2010) awards from the School of Education. Her publications, which are in English and Chinese, include Positive Psychology: Implications for Life, Work and Education, 2nd Ed. (Taipei, Psychology Publishers, 2010); and Modernization, Globalization, and Confucianism in Chinese Societies (Praeger, 2002; co-authored with Joseph B. Tamney). She also writes a monthly column titled “Perfect Schools in an Imperfect World” for a professional journal in Taiwan.
Ed.D., Adult, Higher and Community Education, Ball State University
M.A., Educational Psychology, Ball State University
B.A., Chinese Literature and Language, National Taiwan Normal UniversityCredentials/Certifications
Trainer, Resilient Educator Instructor
- Ethnic Studies
- Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
Courses Taught – Philosophy/Ethics and History of Education
– Advanced Educational Psychology
Wednesday and Thursday, 1–4 p.m.
Building One, Suite 113, West Campus
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