Shu-han Yeh is a native of Taiwan with more than 12 twelve years of teaching experience, spanning from Taiwan and Mainland China to the United States. In addition to two master’s degrees in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language and General Education, she recently completed a doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University at Albany, SUNY. In recognition for being a gifted instructor at the University of Albany, she received the President’s Excellence Award. Professor Yeh has “always loved to work at SILP” (the Summer Intensive Language Program) and says she enjoys teaching very much.
Areas of Interest
Professor Yeh’s research focuses on Chinese pedagogy and developing Chinese language instructional materials to engage her students.
- PhD in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Albany
- MS in General Education, University of Albany
- MA in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Professor Yeh has been teaching at the Institute since 2013.