Dr. Edwin Tjoe is the Assistant Dean of Fiscal Affairs & Planning in the School of Education. His research and teaching focus on the preparation of forward-thinking leaders in college and university settings. His dedication to the promotion of education is seen through his academic service in programs enhancing community partnerships. During his term at St. John’s University, he has authored textbooks, book chapters, and journal articles. He served on the Technological Strategic Planning Committee for the Diocese of Brooklyn, NY from 2012-2016. That committee determined how to inform and equip our school administrators, teaching staff, and students to take the best advantage of technology and information as they continue to evolve.
Dr. Tjoe has over 15 years of administrative experience in Higher Education and over 14 years of teaching experience to undergraduate students, graduate students, and doctoral students.
He has been an Adjunct Associate Professor at St. John's University since 2006 and has also lectured at Stony Brook University since 2005. Over the past 14 years of teaching, he has taught over 17,756 students. Dr. Tjoe was also a member of the SUNY FACT Committee that developed the 2014 CIT that focused on connection strategies to move higher education forward using assessment strategies and learning analytics as a key way of understanding the effectiveness of learning and to the changing learning environments. He has also worked with over 30 doctoral students as a committee member for their dissertations. He is an inspired leader, working to ensure there are understanding and respect between all people by recognizes diversity as a central component in achieving desired student/teacher/administrative learning outcomes, and it puts diversity and inclusion efforts at the center of its decision-making. His devotion can is articulated by his support of the university at large. Dr. Tjoe is part of the Respond and Partner to Engage our Community Team (RESPECT) serving to provide direct support to any individual impacted by prejudice-based aggression. Dr. Tjoe is also part of the Institutional Accountability and Mission Committee who is responsible for organizing strategic collective action to change oppressive practices and policies within and beyond the University. Also, he was part of St. John’s University’s first practitioner cohort that helped to advance St. John’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by facilitating professional development discussions and developing and supporting inclusivity practices in their departments/units.
Distance Education, Cognitive Development, E-Learning, Educational Administration, Educational Leadership, Blended Learning, Science Technology and Society (STS)
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