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Wang Tao

Wang Tao

Post-doctoral Research Associate

Wenke Building 1618

East China Normal Univesity

North Zhongshan Road 3663

Putuo District, Shanghai, China, 200062

twang2017@163.com


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Tao Wang is a post-doctoral research associate at the Faculty of Education, East China Normal University, Shanghai. He received his doctoral and master’s degree from the University of Washington, Seattle. His research interest is multicultural education, equity, and curriculum studies; global migration, citizenship, and cultural identification; and rural migrants and social integration.


Education

Ph.D., Multicultural Education, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, 2015

MEd, Multicultural Education, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, 2012

B.A., Education, Southwest University, Chongqing, China, 2010


Work Experience

Post-doctoral Research Associate, Faculty of Education, East China Normal University, Shanghai, 2016-present

Research Associate, College of Education, University of Washington, Seattle, 2015-2016

Adjunct Professor, School of Educational Studies, University of Washington, Bothell, Dec. 2015-Mar. 2016

Adjunct Professor, Bates Technical College, Mar. 2016-Jun. 2016

Research Assistant, Center for Multicultural Education, College of Education, University of Washington, Seattle, 2011-2015



Research Projects

PI, “Cultural Appropriateness and Culturally Responsive Teaching for Rural Migrant Children in Shanghai”, Sponsored by China Postdoctoral Science-present

PI, “An Action Research of Glocalized Understanding and its Curriculum Design”, Sponsored by East China Normal University, 2017-present

PI, “Cultural Appropriateness and Culturally Responsive Curriculum for Rural Migrant China in Shanghai”, Sponsored by Committee of Education in Shanghai, 2017-present

Researcher, “Evaluation of Curriculum Implementation in K-12 Education of China”, Sponsored by the Ministry of Education in China, 2016-present

Researcher, “International Comparison of Curriculum Programme”, 2016-present

PI, “Cultural Identification of Migrant Muslim Students in China”, Sponsored by Boeing International Fellowship for International Research, University of Washington, 2014-2015

Researcher (PI: James A. Banks), Book Project, “Global Migration, Structural Inclusion, and Citizenship Education Across Nations”, Sponsored by American Educational Research Association, 2014-2016

Researcher (PI: James A. Banks), Book Project, “Global Migration, Diversity and Civic Education”, Sponsored by the National Academy of Education, 2015-2016


Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Wang, T. (2018). Rural–urban divide and identity conflicts of migrant Muslim students in Northwest China. Eurasian Geography and Economics, DOI: 10.1080/15387216.2018.1468792

Wang, T.  (2017): Religion-based cultural identity and conflicts of migrant Muslim students in Northwest China, Race Ethnicity and Education, DOI:10.1080/13613324.2017.1395324

Wang, T. (2015). Marginality of rural students in 11 Chinese urban high schools. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural studies, 2 (2), 21-32.

Wang, T., & Longoria, A. (2016). Civic values in curriculum standards of China and the United States: A comparative study on citizenship education within different social systems. In Shin, K. –H. Multicultural Education in Global Era. New York: Nova Science Publisher.


Conference Papers

Wang, T. (2017). Striving for equal opportunities: Gender roles and educational challenges of migrant Muslim girls in Northwest China (Paper session). Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, San Antonio, TX. 

Wang, T., & Longoria, A. (2017). Knowledge to action: Teachers’ perception and enactment of democracy, equity, and diversity in China and U.S (Paper session). Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, San Antonio, TX.

Wang, T. (2017). Ethnic Identification and Conflicts of Migrant Muslim Students in Northwest China. Paper presented at the 6th BNU/UCL IOE International Conference in Education, Beijing, China. 

Wang, T. (2016). Religion-based cultural identity and conflicts of migrant Muslim students in Northwest China. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Vancouver, Canada.

Longoria, A., & Wang, T. (2016). Beyond social reproduction: A comparative study of migrant education in the United States and China. Paper will be presented at the Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Vancouver, Canada.

Wang, T., & Chu, Y. -T.  (2016). James A. Banks: A Pioneer for the advancement of social justice in a global world. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, Washington, DC.

Wang, T. (2016). Ethnic identification and conflicts of migrant Muslim students in Northwest China. Paper will be presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, Washington, DC.

Wang, T. (2015). A narrative approach to cultural identification of rural migrant Muslim students in Northwest China. Presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Wang, T., & Longoria, A. (2015). Civic values in textbooks of China and the United States: A comparative study on citizenship education within different social systems. Paper session. Presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Wang, T. (2014). Cultural differences and classroom management: Teaching Chinese as a second language to K-2 Graders. Paper session, Paper presented at the 44th annual meeting of Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA.

Wang, T., & Longoria, A. (2014). Civic values in curriculum standards of China and the United States: A comparative study on citizenship education within different social systems. Paper session, Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Wang, T. (2013). Marginality of rural students in Chinese urban high school. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA.