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Technology in Teaching

posted Jan 13, 2011, 6:28 PM by HONG JIANG

In the first class, I introduced my class website and several resources to students, including a google chat link on my website. We tried that in class room to show students how it works. Some student said "cool", some said "why other teachers don't have this"...... and this technology is not new...... 

We need new technology in teaching? Or we need to share existing technology in teaching?

BC Graduate News

posted Jan 5, 2011, 6:28 AM by HONG JIANG

Congratulations to Mr. Anthony McClam!  He graduated December 2010, and gets admission to Bowie State University graduate program. Congratulations and wish him a successful future!

Conference ALERT Presentation

posted Nov 10, 2010, 11:14 AM by HONG JIANG

November 6, 2010, Dr. Jiang's presentation is here:

20101106ALERTConf from Hong Jiang on Vimeo.

Video from Prior Student

posted Nov 10, 2010, 6:56 AM by HONG JIANG

Interesting Project in Class:

News from Benedict College graduates

posted Aug 14, 2010, 7:20 PM by HONG JIANG   [ updated Aug 14, 2010, 7:41 PM ]

Recently I get some message from a prior student Parkker Jones. He is now a graduate student in Colorado Technical University, Master of Science in Management Information Technology Management. And he plans to get married next May.

Another prior student Oluwafemi Temitope is now in the Ph.D program of Electrical Engineering, University of Washington.

Congratulations to them and wish them a successful future!

Highest Evaluation Feedback Presentation in SCCAAS 2010 Conference

posted Feb 5, 2010, 2:36 PM by HONG JIANG   [ updated Aug 14, 2010, 8:01 PM ]

February 4-5, 2010, SCCAAS 2010 conference was hosted at the Clarion Hotel and South Carolina ETV in Columbia, SC. The theme is African American Studies in the Digital Age, which looks at how teachers can use emerging technology effectively in the classroom for all subject areas. 

The South Carolina Council for African American Studies(SCCAAS) is a professional organization for persons interested in any aspect of African American instruction. SCCAAS offers its members the opportunity to share in the development of ideas and programs with educators from the state, southeastern region and the nation. The mission of SCCAAS is to promote higher standards in all subject core area curricula and instruction for the schools of South Carolina.

Dr. Jiang has a presentation on February 5th, 2010 in the conference. The title is Promoting Education with Free and Open Source Software. This presentation received the highest evaluation feedback from the participating teachers. The presentation slides can be accessed HERE.

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