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Xiaojun Chen

Assistant Professor
Curriculum and Instruction
PhD, Learning Design and Technology, Purdue University
MEd, Communication, Education and Technology, University of Manchester, UK
BA, Hunan University
Dr. Xiaojun (June) Chen is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology in School of Education at St. John's University. She obtained her Ph.D. in Learning Design and Technology from Purdue University, and Master of Education in Communication, Education and Technology from University of Manchester in UK. Dr. Chen conducts research and publishes articles in the following areas: emerging technologies in learning and globalization; technology integration and teacher education; and best practices in STEM education from interdisciplinary technology perspective. She serves as editorial member and reviewer for several international research journals, and she is very actively involved in international education organizations. Currently she is working and leading a variety of funded-research projects. These projects include: investigating virtual worlds for K-12 teaching and learning, cultivating reflective teaching practices through mobile technology integration, and big data ethics awareness in STEM education. Selected Awards: Sinatra Endowment Award (2015); St. John’s University Summer Research Award (2015-2016); St. John's University Technology Fellow (2013-2015); National Science Foundation Early Career Symposium Junior Faculty Panelist at Association of Educational Communications and Technology (2014); Purdue University Graduate School Excellence in Teaching Award (2012); AECT Intern (2011).

Research Interests

technology integration, emerging technology and instructional design, project-based learning, cross-disciplinary team learning, international development of learning technologies

Courses Taught

EDU
1015
TECH & SOCIETY:SCH COMM WRKPL
EDU
7000
PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS LRNG
EDU
7266
TEC TCH LIT BSD APL SPED SET
EDU
7267
TECH FOR LIT IN CONT REG & SP