Biography

Dr Sihui Wang joined Keele as Teaching Fellow in Education in July 2021 from the University of Glasgow. Originally from China, Sihui has a wide range of international experience as a researcher, teacher, education consultant and student. Having an interdisciplinary background in education, applied linguistics and TESOL, Sihui is passionate about teaching and researching on educational issues related to linguistic, intercultural and transnational topics.

Research and scholarship

I am interested in the following research and teaching areas:

  • Transnational and comparative education
  • Internationalisation of higher education
  • International students’ intercultural experiences
  • International students’ classroom participation
  • Language, identity and culture.

Teaching

  • EDU-40100 Global Education Issues
  • EDU-40123 Research Methods
  • EDU-40122 Education, Employment and Professional Identity
  • EDU-20022 Comparative Education

Selected Publications

  • Wang S, Moskal M, Schweisfurth M. 2022. The social practice of silence in intercultural classrooms at a UK university. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 600-617, vol. 52(4). doi>
  • WANG S and Moskal M. What is wrong with silence in intercultural classrooms? An insight into international students’ integration at a UK university. Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education, 52-58, vol. 11(Winter). doi>
  • Sakata N, Christensen C, Ware H, Wang S. 2019. Addressing the messiness of data analysis: Praxis, readiness and tips from doctoral research. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 318-336, vol. 49(2). doi>

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Journal Articles

  • Wang S, Moskal M, Schweisfurth M. 2022. The social practice of silence in intercultural classrooms at a UK university. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 600-617, vol. 52(4). doi>
  • WANG S and Moskal M. What is wrong with silence in intercultural classrooms? An insight into international students’ integration at a UK university. Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education, 52-58, vol. 11(Winter). doi>
  • Sakata N, Christensen C, Ware H, Wang S. 2019. Addressing the messiness of data analysis: Praxis, readiness and tips from doctoral research. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 318-336, vol. 49(2). doi>

Supervision

I welcome enquiries about supervision from students who want to do a doctoral project in any area of my research interests:

  • Transnational and comparative education
  • Internationalisation of higher education
  • International students’ intercultural experiences
  • International students’ classroom participation
  • Language, identity and culture.

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