Ting Xiao

Ting Xiao

Asst Professor - Field Service

Teachers College

610D

CECH Education - 0022

Education

M.Ed., University of Cincinnati 2009 (Literacy and Second Language Studies)

Ed.D., University of Cincinnati 2014 (Literacy and Second Language Studies)

Graduate Certificate, University of Cincinnati 2011 (Postsecondary Literacy Instruction)

Graduate Certificate, University of Cincinnati 2012 (Adult/International Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL))

Graduate Certificate, College of Business, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, 2019 (Business Foundations)

Positions and Work Experience

08-2014 -12-2016 Director, Center for English as a Second Language, University of Cincinnati,

01-2017 -To Present Assistant Professor, Field Service, University of Cincinnati,

Research and Practice Interests

Second Language Writing, Language Assessment, Language Pedagogy, Student Needs Analysis, ESL Teacher Preparation and Professional Development, Curriculum Design

Presentations

Paper Presentations

Ma, F., Ai, H., Xiao, T., & Guo, T. (10-2017. )Juggling non-linguistic and linguistic cues when listening to words in a second language. Columbus, Ohio. . Conference. Level:International

Xiao, T. (06-2013. )A Teacher Reflection Model to Inform ESL Instructors’ Evolving Pedagogical Beliefs and Practices .San Juan, Puerto Rico. Conference. Level:International

Xiao, T. (06-2013. )Validating the Evaluation Criteria Used to Assess the Oral English Proficiency of International Teaching Assistants .San Juan, Puerto Rico. Conference. Level:International

Trunick, I., Benedetti, M., Xiao, T., & Nishida, Y. (03-2013. )Hearing Students’ Voices: Focus Groups for ESL Program Development .Dallas, Texas. Conference. Level:International

Xiao, T. (03-2013. )Validating the Evaluation Criteria Used to Assess the Oral English Proficiency of International Teaching Assistants .Dallas, Texas. Conference. Level:International

Xiao, T. (05-2013. )The Emerging Pedagogical Beliefs and Practices of Three College ESL Writing Instructors through Guided Reflective Teaching” .Champaign, Illinois. Conference. Level:International

Benedetti, M., Szabo, A., Bajahas, L., Xiao, T., & Nishida, Y. (03-2012. )Faculty and Student Perceptions of International Students’ English Language Needs .Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Conference. Level:International

Xiao, T. (03-2012. )Teacher Beliefs and Practices in Teaching College ESL Academic Writing .Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Conference. Level:National

Benedetti, M. and Xiao, T. (03-2012. )ESL Writers: How Long to Freshman Composition? .Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Conference. Level:National

Benedetti, M., Szabo, A., Bajahas, L., Xiao, T., & Nishida, Y. (03-2011. )Researching, Developing, and Delivering ESL Support Services .Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Conference. Level:National

Gonzalez, V. and Xiao, T. (05-2010. )The Implications of Language Variation for Learning within Complex Social Ecologies .Denver, Colorado. Conference. Level:National

Xiao, T. (10-2011. )Bringing Technology into Language Classrooms: using CALL to support ESL writers .Cincinnati, Ohio. UC. Level:State

Xiao, T. (04-2011. )A Study of Morpheme Change in American English .Cincinnati, Ohio. Conference. Level:Regional

Courses Taught

-ESL-1068 FOUND ACAD READ/WRI

-ESL-1069 SUCCESS UG ACAD WRI

-ESL-1073 SUCCESS ACAD ORAL

-ESL-1074 ORAL PRESENT SKILLS

-ESL-2089 INTER COMP INTL ST

-ESL-7010 INTL TA TCH SKILLS

-ESL-7070 RESRCH W/R INTL ST

LSLS 8061 Teaching/Assessing College ES/FL: Reading and Writing

LSLS8062 Teaching/Assessing College ES/FL: Oral Communication