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Bing Xiao

Bing Xiao

Associate Professor

College of Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) - Early Childhood Education

  • Master of Art (M.A.) - Psychology

  • Bachelor of Art (B.A.) - International Trade and Economic

I got my Ph. D degree at the University of Georgia, my specialty is Early Childhood Education and Teacher Education. I have many years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the early childhood/elementary initial certification program. I have served multiple roles, including course instructor and fieldwork supervisor, in both Pre-K and elementary settings. Additionally, the experiences of teaching children allowed me to know the development of young children, teach young kids in adaptive methods, develop the related curricula, and work closely with students’ families. Therefore, I have many experiences teaching students from ages 0 to 8 and college students in the U.S. and China.

My research interest focuses on the development of children 0-8 years old. I also explore how video is employed as a tool for developing and accessing teachers and integrating technology in teacher education. In addition, my research focuses on parents' professional development and promoting the positive parent-children relationship.

  • Xiao, B., (2022). The growth of minority supervisors: Supervision of pre-service teachers’ field experiences. In Being a Minority Teacher in a Foreign Culture. (Accepted)

  • He, H., & Xiao, B. (2022). Successful Classroom Techniques to Engage First-Year College Education Students. International Journal of Arts, Humanities & Social Science, 3(1), 7-11.

  • Xiao, B., Bruster, B., & He, H. (2022). Effective online teaching: Strategies, resources, technologies, and approaches. Kendall Hunt Publishing.

  • Xiao, B., (2021). Hands-On Activities and Teachers’ Use of Manipulatives. In Gamification and Social Networks in Education. Macro World Publishing.

  • Xiao, B., (2021). How to use videos in preparing teachers. National Social Science Journal, 55 (2), 57-62.

  • Xiao, B., (2020). Using the body as the teaching tool. International Journal of Social Policy and Education, 2 (4), 39-47.

  • Xiao, B., (2020). edTPA is coming: Video makes embodied practices visible. International Journal of Social Policy and Education, 2 (1), 125-133.

  • Xiao, B., & Tobin, J. (2018). The use of video as a tool for reflection with preservice teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 39(4), 328-345.

  • JECTE Outstanding Journal Article of the Year Award