Teaching

[Students] come to formal education with a range of prior knowledge, skills, beliefs, and concepts that significantly influence what they notice about the environment and how they organize and interpret it. This, in turn, affects their abilities to remember, reason, solve problems, and acquire new knowledge.

– Bransford, Brown, and Cocking, How People Learn (2000, p. 10)

GUEST LECTURER
Fall 2017
Instructional System Design, Graduate Class, UT-Austin
Learning Technologies Doctoral Seminar, Graduate Class, UT-Austin

Spring 2017
Design Strategy for New Media, Graduate Class, UT-Austin
Blog Training in College of Education, Undergraduate Class, UT-Austin

Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2015
Blog Training in College of Education, Undergraduate Class, UT-Austin

Fall 2013 
Psychology of Learning Class, Graduate Class, UT-Austin

ONLINE TEACHING
Chinese Teacher, iChina Company, Beijing, China & Japan           2011 – 2012
Instructor, National TETA Teacher Training Program, China        2011 – 2012
Teaching Assistant, National TETA Teacher Training, China        Fall 2010

TEACHER TRAINING EXPERIENCE
Computer Science Teacher, TECC Summer Institute, China          Fall 2011
Teaching Assistant, Educational Technology, Peking Univ.           Summer 2011
Teaching Assistant, Intel®Learn Teacher Training Program.        Spring 2011
Teaching Assistant, Microsoft Partners in Learning Training.      2010 – 2011
Teaching Assistant, Teacher Training Program. Peking Univ.       2009 – 2010 

FULL TIME HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER
Lhasa High School, Tibet Autonomous Region, China                       2008 – 2009 

MENTOR
Career Mentor, Code2College Program, Austin, Texas                    2016 – Present
Guidance Counselor of Undergraduate, Peking University           2005 – 2006

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