Bing Mu

Ph.D. Student
Graduate Student

 

Bing is currently a Ph.D. student in Chinese language pedagogy and a graduate teaching assistant in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures. Her primary research interest is in second language identity and second language acquisition.

Bing has over 10 years of experience in teaching both Chinese and English. She has been teaching Chinese at various levels at the Ohio State University, including first-year Chinese (1101.01 and 1102.01), the intensive second level Chinese oral class (2141.01), and the intensive third level Chinese oral class (4142.01). She also served as a mentor for advanced American learners of Chinese language in the Ohio State University Chinese Flagship Program (summer 2010, 2011, and 2013).

Bing has extensive experience developing curriculum and materials. The pedagogical material that she developed collaboratively with Donglin Chai and Crista Cornelius Tiyan rizhi 《体演日志》won first place in the 2014 Cengage Learning Award for Innovative Excellence in the Teaching of Chinese as a Foreign Language, a national award competition sponsored by the Chinese Language Teachers’ Association. 

Bing also has 7 years of experience working as a newscaster in China and has participated in reporting many important events including the 2008 Beijing Olympic Regatta.

Areas of Expertise
  • Chinese Pedagogy

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