Biography

Tinghe Jin joined School of Education and Lifelong Learning, UEA following the award of a postdoctoral fellowship from the British Academy in 2019. She was a high school teacher for four years in China after she obtained her first degree in Chinese language and literature. She pursued her MA in International Education at the University of Leicester and completed her PhD as a Centenary Scholar at UCL Institute of Education. She then became an Assistant Professor in research at Durham University with the British Academy postdoctoral fellowship award in 2017. Her research specialises in intercultural education, specifically in relation to the teaching and learning of Chinese. She has published several articles and book chapters on Chinese language education and teachers’ professional development, and has co-edited books and journal special issues which address issues and developments in Chinese educational research. She is the founding president of the Chinese Educational Research Association in the UK.

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