Dadi Chen PhD

Dadi Chen PhD
Position
Lecturer
Country of Origin

China

Availability
Monday-Friday
Background

Dadi Chen, PhD, graduated from Leiden University and from Xi’an Jiaotong University in Foreign Linguistics & Applied Linguistics/Cross-Cultural Communication. He is a highly motivated teacher, researcher, and project coordinator. He has extensive experience in intercultural communication and international cooperation, project design, and social media promotion. He is also a freelance writer (in both Chinese and English) and photographer. Dadi has also experience at the Euro-China International Economic & Cultural Exchange Centre as a director. He is teaching Critical Perspectives in Education and Leadership and Management in Education at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences.

Biography
  • Chen, D. (2017). Intercultural identities of non-native teachers of English: An exploration in China and the Netherlands. ISBN: 978-94-90383-19-0
  • Chen, D., Tigelaar, D. E. H., & Verloop, N. (2016). The intercultural identities of nonnative English teachers: An overview of research worldwide. Asian Education studies, 1(2). Doi: 10.20849/aes.v1i23
  • Chen, D. (2016). Comparing cultures through classic poetry. In R. Yang (Ed.), Chinese and Western culture: A comparative approach. Xi'an Jiaotong University Press.
  • Chen, D., & Han, L. (2016). Comparing cultures through visual art. In R. Yang (Ed.), Chinese and Western culture: A comparative approach. Xi'an Jiaotong University Press.
  • Chen, D. (2015). “A Sonnet to Young Graduates”(poem); “To the 110th Anniversary of Xi’an Jiaotong University”(poem). In K. J. Head, P. Blessinger(Eds.), Teaching as a human experience: An anthology of contemporary poems. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Chen, D., Tigelaar, D. E. H., & Verloop, N. (2011, Oct.). Theorizing non-native ESP/EGP teacher intercultural identity: A way out of confusion. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on English for Special Purposes in Asia, Xi'an, China.
Expertise / Subjects
Critical Perspectives in Education, Leadership and Management in Education, Change Management: New Teaching & Learning Approach.