Dr. Danhua Wang

  • Professor

    Office

    Pratt Hall, Room 206

    Phone

    724-357-2729

    E-mail

    Danhua.Wang@iup.edu

    Education

    PhD

    Reading and Language Arts, School of Education and Human Services, Oakland University , Michigan

    Graduate

    Linguistics, College of Arts and Sciences, Oakland University, Michigan

    English Language and Literature, Wuhan University, China

    Undergraduate

    English Language and Literature, Central China Normal University, China

    Awards

    Finalist of Student Outstanding Research Award, National Reading Conference, 2002

    Dissertation Research Grant recipient, Oakland University, 2001

    Publications

    Peer Reviewed

    Wang, D. (2009) Factors affecting the comprehension of the global main idea. Journal of College Reading and Learning. 39(2) 34-51.

    Wang, D. (2006). What may standardized reading tests tell us? Question-answer relationships and students’ performance. Journal of College Reading and Learning. 36(2) 21-37.

    Wang, D. (2005). Students’ learning and locus of control in web-supplemental instruction. Journal of Innovative Higher Education30(1), 67-82.

    Other Publications

    Wang, D. (2002). Stories told from different perspectives. International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction. 4(1), 25-41.

    Gavelek, J., Raphael, T., Biondo, S., & Wang, D . (2000).Integrated literacy instruction. In M. L. Kamil & P. B. Mosenthal & P. D. Pearson & R. Barr (Eds.), Handbook of reading research.(Vol. III, pp. 587-608).Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.