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Faculty

Jingjing Hou Professor

Academic Area: 
  • Moral studies
  • Inclusive education
Research Interests: 
  • Moral studies
  • inclusive education
Bio: 

Educational Background

  • PhD, Education, Nanjing Normal University (2004)
  • MA, English Linguistics, Nanjing Normal University (2001)
  • BA, English Language and Literature, Anhui University (1997)
  • Visiting scholar, University of California at Berkeley, sponsored by Department of Education of Jiangsu Province(2013.1-2014.1)
  • Visiting student, Roehampton University in London, UK & Charles University at Prague, Republic of Czech, sponsored by the Committee of Culture and Education of EU  (2007.4-2007.7)

Research Projects

  • The status quo, predictors, and strategies concerning adolescents caring for others (Grant No.: 11YJC880029), funded by Ministry of Education, 2011-2016.
  • The status quo, predictors, and strategies concerning the protection of the cultural rights of people with disabilities in China(Grant No.: 12CSH060), funded by National Social Science Fund of China (NSSFC), 2012-2014.
  • Research on the harmonious environment for the development of adolescents with disabilities (Grant No.: 07SHB014), funded by Social Science Fund of Jiangsu Province, 2007-2010.
  • Research on caring oriented moral education in the school life (Grant No.: EEA050199), funded by National Office for Education Sciences Planning, 2006-2008.

Journal Articles

  1. Hou, J. (2016). The Status and Influencing Factors of Cyber Information Literacy of Chinese Children with Disabilities. Educational Research, Issue 1, 85-93.
  2. Hou, J. (2015). The Status and Influencing Factors of Dropping Out of Chinese Children with Disabilities. Chinese Journal of Special Education, Issue 1, 3-9.
  3. Hou, J. (2015). A Study on the Predictors to Inclusive Schooling of Chinese Children with Disabilities. Educational Research and Experiments, Issue 5, 49-57.
  4. Hou, J. (2014). Life-oriented Strangers Ethical Education in American Public Elementary Schools. Educational Research, Issue 12, 126-132.
  5. Hou, J. (2013).  How do American Elementary Schools Nurture children’s Character?. China Education Daily, 2013-12-27:7.
  6. Hou, J. (2013).  How do American Elementary Schools Cultivate Pupils’ Habit of Reading?. China Education Daily, 2013-12-23:9.
  7. Hou, J. (2011).  The Modernity Challenges Confronting the Family and its Moral Responses. Journal of Shenzhen University(Humanities & Social Sciences), Issue 1, 32-35.
  8. Hou, J. (2011). Obstructed Caring: the Impediments to Adolescents’ Moral Learning. Educational Research and Experiments, Issue 3, 53-58.
  9. Hou, J. (2010). On the Construction of More Supportive Environment for Disabled Children’s Development. A report presented to Jiangsu Province Government via Social Science Planning Office, with suggestions been adopted.
  10. Hou, J. (2009). On the Construction of Parenting Capacity. China Adult Education, Issue 19, 16-18.
  11. Hou, J. (2009). On Adolescents’ Development of Good Character. Contemporary Education Sciences, Issue 12, 8-10.
  12. Hou, J. (2009). Ecological Strategies to Enhance the Moral Education in Vocational Schools. Vocational Education, Issue 23, 23-25.
  13. Hou, J. (2008). Strategies to Enhance Quality Vocational Education. Vocational Education. Issue 3, 8-10.
  14. Hou, J. (2007). Quality Schooling Makes People with Disabilities Social Resources. China Education Daily, 2007-12-17, 1.
  15. Hou, J. (2007). On the Essence of Quality Inclusive Education. Journal of Central China Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences), Issue 4, 130-134.
  16. Hou, J. (2006). Bilingual Education Research in China’s Master Programs. China Adult Education, Issue 12, 137-139.
  17. Hou, J. (2006). On the Compound Concept of Learning and Teachers’ Mission in Spiritual Guidance. Journal of The Chinese Society of Education, Issue 5, 75-78.

Authored books

  • Hou, J. (2005). Caring Oriented Moral Education. Beijing: Renmin Education Press, pp 312.
  • Hou, J. (2016). Protection of Cultural Rights of People with Disabilities in China: in the Perspective of Inclusive Education. Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press, pp 233.

Translated books

  • Noddings N. (2002). Starting at Home: Caring and Social Policy.  Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Its Chinese version was translated by Jingjing Hou and published by Beijing Education Science Press in 2006.
  • Noddings N. (2007). When School Reform Goes Wrong. New York, NY.: Teachers College Press. Its Chinese version was translated by Jingjing Hou and published by Beijing Education Science Press in 2013.

Honors and Awards

  • Jiangsu Association for Social Sciences Excellent Research Award, 2014
  • Jiangsu Social Sciences Research Award, 2012
  • Jiangsu Association for Social Sciences Excellent Research Award, 2011
  • Jiangsu Department of Education Award for Educational Research, 2011
  • Award from Jiangsu Association of Parenting Research, 2010
  • Award for Chinese Female Researchers’ Excellent Academic Works, 2009
  • Jiangsu Department of Education Award for Educational Research, 2007

Contact

E-mailhjj962@163.com, bettyhoujj@hotmail.com

Office Telephone:+86-25-83598571