Ronghua  Ouyang

Professor

Childhood Education, Literacy, and TESOL • College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

Educational Technology, Meta-Analysis, TESOL, Methods of Teaching Elementary  Mathematics, and Educational Comparative research.

 

Courses Developed and Taught

 

Doctoral level:

  • Technology Enriched Curriculum

 

Master level:

  • Grammar for Teachers of ESOL
  • Accomplished instructional leader
  • Best instructional and curricular practice
  • Educational research
  • Educational web design
  • Inquiry: Educational research and prospectus
  • Inquiry: Educational technology
  • Integrating technology in education
  • Multimedia presentation and e-portfolio
  • Prospectus and Portfolio Completion
  • Teacher Support Specialist (Web support)
  • Trends and issues in mathematics for ECE
  • Educational web design
  • Enhancing Instruction with Technology

 

Undergraduate level

  • College English One and Two (ESOL)
  • Introduction to educational technology
  • Principles and Issues in TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers
    of Other Languages)
  • Introduction to Technology for Educators
  • Curriculum and instructional design for early childhood
  • Human development, growth and learning
  • Instructional technology for early childhood education
  • Integrating technology in education
  • Introduction to Technology for Educators
  • Learning, motivation and assessment
  • Nature and needs of the young child
  • Pre-student Teaching Experience One
  • Pre-student Teaching Experience Two
  • School Law
  • Student Teaching (Field Experience) Supervision
  • Teaching mathematics in early childhood education
  • Technology in school
  • TOSS field teaching supervision (Teaching of Specific Subject)
  • Directed Studies

 

K-12 level

  • 4th grade, English, Social Study, Mathematics and Science
  • K-5 Mathematics and Science,
  • Grade 6-12 English (ESOL)
  • Chinese
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Music, arts, and health

Education

Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
1993

M.S. Information Technology
Southern Polytechnic State University
2006

M.A. Rhetoric and Linguistics
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
1988

B.A. English Language and Literature
Nanjing University
1982
 

Biography

Dr. Ronghua Ouyang, Professor of Education, College of Education and Human services, University of North Florida, USA.

 

Dr. Ouyang graduated from English Department at Nanjing University in 1982 and received his master degree in Rhetoric and Linguistics in 1988 and doctoral degree in education in 1993 from Indiana University of PA. He revived his second master degree in Information Technology in 2006 from Southern Polytechnic State University.

 

He has served as coordinator of ECE graduate program, Associate Director and Secretary of Sino-American Education Consortium (SACE), and Director of the Chinese Proficiency Testing (HSK) Center in Southern America at Kennesaw State University; Department Chair of the Department of Childhood Education, Literacy and TESOL, at the University of North Florida. He has also served as President of GANUAA, Principal and President of Directors at Emery Chinese Academy (currently named Atlanta Contemporary Chinese Academy), a board member of the Association of Chinese Professors of Social Sciences in the United States (ACPSS), and vice president of the Society of International Chinese in Educational Technology (SICET).

 

His research interests are focused on “Educational Technology,” “Research on Educational Theories and Practice” “Early Childhood and Elementary Education,” “Learning Motivation and Assessment,” and “Comparative Education.” His major publications include books: “Education,” “Educational Technology,” “Elementary and Secondary Educational Administration in USA,” “Marriage and Family in USA, ” and “China Today: Encyclopedia of Life in the People’s Republic (Vol. 1 & 2),” and articles: “Comparative Study: Educational Technology in Chinese Middle Schools”, “Educational Technology or Educational Media”, “Online Education: Curriculum Design and Instructional Strategies”, “Online Education: How to Approach and Teach”, “Educational Technology and Teacher Training in the United States”, “Assessment Theories and Methods” and etc.

OuyangContact Information

Building 10, Room 2435

(904) 620-1968

ronghua.ouyang@unf.edu

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