Xiaodong D Lin
B.A., Teachers College, HeNan University (China)
M.A. in Information Technology and Science Education, Louisiana State University
Ph.D., Purdue University
Metacognition and problem solving, technology-mediated cultural interactions and their impact on teacher professional development and reflection, and student domain subject understanding, influence of technology-rich learning environments on lesson development, trans-cultural collaboration among teachers and students
"Technology, culture and adaptive mind" (Mind, Culture & Activities, co-author, in press)
"Reflection at the crossroad of cultures" (Mind, Culture & Activities, co author, in press)
"Reflective adaptation of a technology artifact: A case study of classroom change" (Cognition & Instruction)
"Designing metacognitive activities" (Educational Technology Research & Development))
"Supporting learning of variable control in a computer-based biology environment: Effects of prompting college students to reflect on their own thinking" (Journal of Research In Science Teaching)
- Recipient of Year 2000 American Educational Research Association Jan Hawkin's Early Career Award to Humanistic Research and Scholarship in Learning Technologies.
- Outstanding Journal Article Award by the Division of Instructional Development, Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
- Spencer Fellowship Recipient, National Academy of Education
- Outstanding Research Award Recipient, American Educational Research Association
- Outstanding Dissertation Award Recipient, Purdue University
- Outstanding Dissertation Award Recipient, The Association of Educational Communication and Technology (AECT)
- Outstanding Contribution Award Recipient, Arthur Andersen & Co.
Centers and Projects
The Center on Chinese Education, Teachers College Columbia University (CoCE) is aimed at contributing to a better understanding of education in China and to educational exchange between the United States and China. It seeks to achieve this mission through three categories of activities: research and development, education and training, as well as outreach and exchange. These activities will draw upon the historically special relationship between Chinese education and Teachers College, the interests and expertise of the faculty at Teachers College, as well as expertise and resources outside of Teachers College. Major funding for the Center's activities is provided by the Henry Luce Foundation and the Ford Foundation.