Detailed Information for SuHua Huang

SuHua Huang 
College of Education, West
 » Assistant Professor
Office Location
Ferguson Hall 119 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4763
Fax: (940) 397-4694
 
 

Contact Information

suhua.huang@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

 

Academic Interests

  • Reading Education
  • Reading Motivation
  • Reading Diagnosis
  • Vocabulary instruction
  • New Literacy-Integrated technology
  • Multicultural Education/literature
  • Children/Adolescent literature

Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2013 READ3013  180  Child & Adolescent Literature    Prothro-Yeager Hall 203

Thursdays: 4:30 pm-7:20 pm

Details Fall 2013 READ4223  101  Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Difficulties     Ferguson Hall 303

Mondays and Wednesdays: 12:30 pm-2:20 pm




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
The University of Oklahoma PhD Dec 14 2007 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 The University of Oklahoma  Teaching Assistant& Research Assistant   January 2005  December 2007
 Midwestern State University  Assistant Professor  January 2009  Present



Research and Publications

 

Hardre, P. L, Huang, S. H., Chen., C.H., Jen. F. L., & Warden, L. (2006). High School Teachers' Motivational Perceptions and  

                 Strategies in an East Asian Nation. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 34 (2),199- 221.

Hardre, P.L., S.  Chen. C.H., Huang, S. H.,  Jen, F.L.,& Warden, L.(2006).Factors Affecting High School Students' Academic

                Motivation in Taiwan. Asia-Pacific Journal of Education, 26(2),189-207.

Huang, S. H. (2007).7th Grade Chinese Students' Reading Motivation in Taiwan.Unpublished Dissertation.

Huang, S. H. (2008).The vocabulary-enriched classroom. The Oklahoma Reader, 43(2),24-28.

Huang. S. H. (2010).Reading Motivation of Chinese Middle School Students in Taiwan: A mixed method research study in social

                contexts, cultural practice, and instructional sources. VDM: Germany

Huang, S. H. (2012). A Faithful Reading Partner. Author House: Bloomington, IN.

Huang, S. H. (2013). A Mixed Method Study of  the Effectiveness of the AR Program on Middle School Students' Reading Achievement and                        Motivation. Reading Horizon, 51(3), 229-346. 

Huang, S. H. (2013). The Use of Literacy Bags Promote Parental Involvement in Chinese Children’s Literacy Learning in   the  English                             Language. Journal of  Language Teaching Research, 17(2), 251-268. 

Huang, S. H. (2013). Factors Affects Chinese Middle School Students Reading Motivation. Reading Psychology, 34(2), 148-181. 

Huang, S. H. Clark, N., & Wedel, W. (2013). The Use of an iPad to Promote Kindergartners' Alphabet Recognition and Letter Sound

                             Correspondence. Practically Primary: Australian Literacy Educator's Association.

Huang, S. H., Clark, N., & Wedel, W.  (Fall, 2013). The Use of an iPad to Promote Kindergartners' Alphabet Recognition and Letter Sound

                         Correspondence. in the Undergraduate Research Highlights Session: The Council of Undergraduate Research Quarterly                               (CUR), 34(1), 24.

Huang, S. H., & Capps, M. (Winter, 2013). Impact of online soical network on American college studnets' reading practices.

                       The College Quarterly, 16, (1). 

Orellan, P., & Huang, S. H. (2013). A comparative study of the reading habits of adolescent Chileans and Americans.  

                         The Jourrnal of Argentina National Conference of Children's and Youth Literature, 2, 21-32

Huang, S. H. (2013, in Press). The Use of Multicultural Literature to Support Literacy Learning and Cultural LiteracyLiteracy Learning: the                              Middle Years: Australian Literacy Educator’s Association. 

Huang, S. H., Capps, M., Blacklock, J., & Garza, M. (2013, in Press). Reading Habits of College Students in USA. Reading Psychology

Huang, S. H. (2013, In Press). The Mixed-Method Reserach on Learning Vocabulary through Technology Reveals Vocabulary Growth in  

             Second Grade Students. Reading Psychology.

Hardre’, P. L., Huang, S. H., & Chen, C. H. (2013 Under Review). A Systemic Perspective on Motivation, Education and

               Development in Taiwan High Schools. School Effectiveness and School Improvement.

Huang, S. H., & Ruan, J. I. ( 2013, Under Review). What Sociocultural factors Influence on Chinese Middle School Students'  

        Reading  Students’ Reading Motivation in Taiwan. The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education

Huang, S. H., & Capps, M. (2013, Under Review). Support for Second Grade Students' Vocabulary Development Utilizing Technology:

                 Journal of Literacy and Technology.

Hardre’, P. L., Chen, C. H. & Huang, S. H., (2013, Under Reivew ). A Systemic Analysis Perspective

                       with Subgroups on Motivation in Taiwan High Schools. Evaluation & Research in EducationHuang,

Huang, S. H., Gibson, S ., Phillips, L., & Wilhelm, K. (2012, In Progress). 30 Effective Vocabulary Strategies to Work with Middle

                School Students. The Pearson Company.