Tác giả :

   Tin T. Dang, PhD
Dean

Email: tin.dang@hcmute.edu.vn

Phone: +84 8 3722 1223 (8251)
Cell: + 84 909 222 504
Office: A1-401

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Faculty of Education, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia
Master of Arts in TESOL Studies, School of English, Media Studies and Arts History, Faculty of Arts, University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia 
Bachelor of Arts in English Language Teaching, Hue University of Education, Hue, Vietnam

Awards

2019: Participation Award for Community of Practice Initiative by US Embassy in Vietnam
2017: Participation Award for DIES Alumni Initiative, DAAD
2016: Award for International Dean's Course from The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck, the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK), the Centre for Higher Education (CHE) and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH).
2013: PetroVietnam General Director’s Award for Excellence
2011: Multilingual Matters-AILA Solidarity Awards (International Association of Applied Linguistics).
2008-2011: La Trobe University Postgraduate Research Scholarship and Endeavour International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Australia (PhD Program).
2008: University of Otago Postgraduate Scholarship, New Zealand (PhD program).
2004-2005: Dean’s Commendation for High Achievement, University of Queensland, Australia.
2004-2005: University of Queensland International Postgraduate Scholarship (Master's program).
1998: Finalist in Allons en France, French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.

Professional Associations

Editorial member, The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society
Editorial member, International Journal of Language Education and Applied Linguistics
Editorial member, Journal of Science, An Giang Univeristy
Reviewer, Studies in Higher Education, Routledge Publisher
Committee member, Board of Directors, VietTESOL Association
Chair, Language Teaching and Learning Today Conference Series 2017, 2018, 2019
Member, Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE)
Member, AILA Research Network on Learner Autonomy (ReNLA)
Member, Asia-Pacific Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning (APACALL)


Teaching 

Postgraduate courses 

Advanced Teaching Methodology
Second Language Acquisition
Testing and Assessment
Sociolinguistics in Language Education
Research Methodology in Language Education
Academic Writing for Postgraduate Students
Technology-Enhanced Language Learning
Curriculum Design and Material Development

Undergraduate courses
Testing and Assessment

Teaching Methodology
Teaching Practice
Research Methodology
Technology in Language Education
Material Development

Research Interests 

Technology-enhanced language learning 
Learner autonomy 
Curriculum development 
Second language acquisition and teaching methodology 
Language, society, politics, and culture

Publications 

Journal Articles & Book Chapters
Phung, L. T. and Dang, T. T. (2016). The effects of speaking eportfolios on learner autonomy for non-English major students at PetroVietnam University. Hirao School of Management Review, 6. 106-169.
Robertson, M., Dang, T. T., Zahrani, A. A., Santosa, M. H., Alamri, M. M., Yamani, H. A., Alsharidah, M., and Brahim, F. A. (2013). Creating magic from a bee hive of ideas: Sharing the supervision journey. In T. Le & Q. Le (Eds.),Conducting Research in a Changing and Challenging World (pp. 312-339). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Dang, T. T. (2012). Learner autonomy: A synthesis of theory and practice. The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society, 35. 52-67.
Dang, T. T. (2012). Starting from learners: An approach to promote learner autonomy. Independence, 53(spring). 16-18.
Dang, T. T., & Robertson, M. (2010). Pedagogical lessons from students’ participation in Web 2.0. TESOL in Context, 20(2), 5-26.
Dang, T. T. (2010). Learner autonomy in EFL studies in Vietnam: A discussion from socio-cultural perspective.English Language Teaching, 3(2), 3-9.
Dang, T. T., & Robertson, M. (2010). E-behaviors and e-community formation: An investigation on Vietnamese EFL students. Asian EFL Journal. Professional Teaching Articles, 46, 4-27.
Dang, T. T., & Robertson, M. (2010). Impacts of learning management system on learner autonomy in EFL learning.International Education Studies, 3(3), 3-11.
Dang, T. T. (2008). Topic interest and goal orientation: An investigation on middle school EFL students in Vietnam.The Journal of Asia TEFL, 5(3), 77-102.

Invited Keynotes
Dang, T. T. (2018). Online Reflective Discussion Engagement for Learner Autonomy Development. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on English across Cultures. Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha, Bali.
Dang, T. T. (2018). Learner Autonomy Promoting Practice: Constructivist Tasks in Virtual Learning Space. Paper presented at VietTESOL Convention 2018: English Language Education in the Industrial Revolution 4.0: Meeting the Needs of the Dynamic Labor Market. Hanoi University of Industry, Hanoi.

Book Reviews and Conference Presentations
Dang, T. T. (2015). Contemporary mismatches between teachers' practice and EFL development process. Paper presented at the international conference on Foreign Language Improvement Measures for Undergraduate Students in the Northern Parts of Vietnam. Lang Son Teachers' Training College.
Dang, T. T. (2013). Nurturing reflective learning: The use of Moodle-based reflective journal activity. Paper presented at the GloCALL 2013: Globalization and localization in computer-assisted language learning. The University of Danang.
Dang, T. T. (2013). Mediating learner autonomy: Impacts of cultural and situational factors. Paper presented at the 4th Annual International Conference on TESOL: English Language Learning: A focus on the learner. SEAMEO RETRAC, Ho Chi Minh City.
Tran, M. H. & Dang, T. T. (2013). Factors accounting for writing apprehension of Vietnamese EFL undergraduates. Paper presented at the 4th Annual International Conference on TESOL: English Language Learning: A focus on the learner. SEAMEO RETRAC, Ho Chi Minh City.
Dang, T. T. (2011). Book review: Maintaining Control: Autonomy and Language Learning Richard Pemberton, Sarah Toogood, and Andy Barfield, eds. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2009. Pp. xi + 292. TESOL Quarterly, 45(2), 381-384.
Dang, T. T., & Robertson, M. (2011). Learner autonomy: Perceptions of EFL undergraduate students across Asia. Paper presented at The 16th AILA World Congress: Harmony in Diversity: Language, Culture, Society. Beijing.
Dang, T. T., Zahrani, A. A., & Robertson, M. (2010). West meets East with digital technologies but local cultures mediate the message. Paper presented at the AARE 2010 Conference: Making a Difference.
Dang, T. T., & Robertson, M. (2010). Responses to learning management system: A case study in higher education in Vietnam. Paper presented at the ACEC2010: Digital Diversity Conference.
Dang, T. T., & Robertson, M. (2009). Online communications: Students’ habits and community formation. Paper presented at the AARE 2009 Conference: Inspiring Innovative Research in Education.
Dang, T. T. (2009). Learner autonomy: The roles of web-based reflective journal. Paper presented at the 5th CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching: The Globalisation of ELT: Emerging Directions.
Zielinski, B., Dang, T. T., & Yang, G. (2008). Publishing during your candidature. Paper presented at the Postgraduate Conference at La Trobe University.

Professional Development Workshops
May 2019: Resource person for a workshop on Blended Learning and Activity Design, An Giang University.
November 2018: Resource person for a workshop on Designing Interactive Activities in Virtual Learning Space, Hoa Sen University.
November 2017: A workshop on SPSS for Quantitative Research. HUTECH University of Technology, Ho Chi Minh City.
 April 2016: A workshop on Referencing Styles and Endnote, HCMC University of Technology and Education.

May 2015: A talk on Learner Autonomy in EFL Education, Thu Dau Mot University.
June 2013: A workshop on Research in Education at Can Tho University. 
April 2012: A professional development course on Technology in Language Education. Ho Chi Minh City.
March - April 2012: A course on Presentation Document Preparation. Ho Chi Minh City.
October 2009: A workshop on Using SPSS for Quantitative Data Analysis. La Trobe University. Melbourne.
April 2009: A two-day training workshop on Using Hot Potatoes and Moodle. Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam.
September 2007: A training workshop on TOEFL iBT Program: Administration and Teaching Strategies. SEAMEO RETRAC. Ho Chi Minh City.
June 2007: A one-day workshop on HotPot Application and Advanced MS PowerPoint Skills. SEAMEO RETRAC. Ho Chi Minh City.
September 2006: A two-day workshop on Teaching Methodology and Instructional Technology for Teachers of English. SEAMEO RETRAC. Ho Chi Minh City.

Thesis Supervision and Examination

Examiner of over 150 theses at both doctoral and master's levels from various institutions in Vietnam and Australia, including University of Social Sciences and Humanities (VNU-HCMC), HCMC Open University, University of Queensland, and Queensland University of Technology

Supervisor of over 40 research students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels
Committee member of various research projects and training program evaluation at different levels
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