Xiongyi Liu, PhD
 Title: Associate Professor
 Dept: Curriculum & Foundations
 Office: JH 360
 Phone: 216-523-7129
 Email: X.LIU6@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 360, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2006
M.A., Educational Psychology, niversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2002
B.A., Legal English, South Central University of Political Science & Law, 1998
Brief Bio:
After two years of teaching college English in China, Dr. Liu attended graduate school and earned her Ph.D in Educational Psychology from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. During 2006-2008, she worked as research assistant professor at the Center for Research and Evaluation, University of Maine. She joined the CSU faculty in 2008 and has taught undergraduate and graduate students educational psychology. Dr. Liu has worked as co-PI and program evaluator for multiple research projects funded by Department of Education, National Science Foundation, etc. Most recently she received the Teaching Enhancement Award from the Center for Teaching Excellence at CSU. Her research interests include: computer-supported collaborative learning, peer assessment, motivation, and self-regulated learning strategies.
Honors and Awards:
2008-2009 Teaching Enhancement Award, Cleveland State University
2008-2009 Technology Award, Cleveland State University
2007-2008 Cooperative System Fellow, National Center for Educational Statistics
2006-2007 Graduate Research Excellence Award, American Educational Research Association
2006-2007 Professional Development Award, University of Maine-Orono
2000-2003 Othmer Fellow, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Teaching Areas:
Educational Psychology
Educational Research
Educational Assessment
Professional Affiliations:
American Educational Research Association
Association for Educational Communication and Technology
National Center for Educational Statistics
National Council on Measurement in Education
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education