Ongoing Teaching and Research Interests

Teacher training with special emphasis on teaching and learning for diverse learners

Applying technological solutions to the special challenges of a diverse student population

 

Dr. Thanh T. Nguyen received her doctorate in June 2000 and Master of Education in Administration Planning and Social Policy in 1993 from Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was selected as the 2000 Commencement Speaker at Harvard University Graduate College of Education, 

 

 

Currently, Dr. Nguyen is professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Instructional Technology Ed.M. Program. Before coming to the Bridgewater State College, Dr. Nguyen served as Associate Vice President of the Society for Technology Information and Teacher Education (SITE) Information Technology Council, Technology Leader for the Great Cities Universities (GCU), Urban Educator Corps Partnership Institute, Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3), Lecturer, University Supervisor and Chairwoman of the Technology in Education Committee at UMass Boston Graduate College of Education, online trainer for the WIDE World's Harvard University online courses, and Instructional Leadership Team Consultant, Boston-Harvard Leadership Development Initiative for the Whole School Change, Harvard School Partnerships. Currently, her research interests involve designing curriculum for Information Age learners and collaborative learning environment either online, hybrid or face-to-face.  She also works on strategic planning and leadership development.

 

Fund Raising Efforts for Vietnamese Teacher Education