East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Wei Wang joined Chinese Language Program at Harvard University since August of 2020. She is now teaching Elementary Chinese for Advanced Beginners and Advanced Modern Chinese for High-Proficiency Learners. Prior to coming to Harvard, she taught Chinese courses from beginning to advanced levels at the University of Notre Dame for seven years, and the University of Iowa for two years. She also worked in Duke Study in China (DSIC), Princeton in Beijing (PiB) Summer Program and Chinese Flagship Intensive Program (CFIP) at University of Rhode Island.
As a native mandarin speaker, Wei received her bachelor degree of Chinese Language and Literature (Pedagogy) in mainland China and earned her M.A. degree in Teaching Chinese as Foreign Language from the University of Iowa. Her research interests are Chinese pedagogical grammar and technology application in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (TCFL).
She also actively participate in research studies and present in professional conferences such as American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). She had led projects in developing Chinese Flipped Class and Online Business Chinese course.