Dr. Qing Li is a professor of educational technology at the Faculty of Education, Towson University.
Her funded research and development program mainly focus on the use of technology to enhance student learning of mathematics and science as well as equity and social justice in relation to technology. She has a Standard Research Grant from SSHRC (2003) for a project entitled, " Virtual visitation and feminist pedagogy: Would they make any difference? " The primary goal of this research program is to develop new learning practices, with the support of technology, that can enhance equity in math and science education.
She teaches both the pre-service teacher education and graduate education programs. At the graduate level, Dr. Li specialized in educational technology. In pre-service education, she has taught several courses, including mathematics education and technology integration in education.
Office: Hawikins Hall, Room 107D
(2011-), Education, Towson University, Towson, MD.
(2006-2011), Education, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.
(2002-2006), Education, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.
(2000-2002), Teaching and Learning, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, USA
(2006), Mathematics, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, USA
(2009), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Ph.D., Educational Technology, University of Toronto, 2000
M. A., Curriculum Studies, University of British Columbia, 1996
M. Sc., Mathematics, University of British Columbia, 1994
B. Sc., B. Ed., Mathematics, Hunan Normal University, 1984
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