Chinese name: 謝顥音
English name: Hsieh, Ivy Haoyin
Affiliation: Department of Education & Human Potentials Development, Hua-Shih College of Education
Title: 副教授
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Highest degree: University of Florida, Curriculum and Instruction, Ph. D (2008)
  • University of Florida Curriculum and Instruction Program, School of Education Ph. D. in Literacy Language and Culture (2001/8~2008/8)
  • University of Central Oklahoma General Education in TESL M. Ed. (1996/1~1997/12)
  • 中國文化大學 法國語文學系 文學士 (1991/9~1995/6)
Work Experience
  • 淡江大學蘭陽校園 英美語言文化學系 系主任 (2018/10~2021/7)
  • 淡江大學蘭陽校園 英美語言文化學系 副教授 (2018/8~2022/7)
  • 淡江大學蘭陽校園 英美語言文化學系 助理教授 (2012/8~2018/7)
  • 淡江大學蘭陽校園 多元文化與語言學系 助理教授 (2010/8~2012/7)
  • Sam Houston State University Department of Language Literacy and Special Population Assistant Professor (2008/8~2010/7)
Fields of Research
  • 【教育學】多元文化教育、語文教育
  • 【語言學】外語教學、雙語教育
  • 【文學二】語言與文化
Ivy Haoyin Hsieh is an Associate Professor in the Graduate Program of Multicultural Education at National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan. Before joining this institution, she dedicated 12 years to the Department of English at Tamkang University Lanyang Campus. A Taiwan native, Ivy earned her Ph.D. from the University of Florida. She taught in the US before returning to Taiwan to enrich local educational landscapes. With over two decades of experience, she has offered courses on languages, cultures, and pedagogical strategies. Leveraging her international expertise, Ivy has advised Fulbright English Teaching Assistants in Yilan, Kinmen, and Hualien. Her commitment to global-local integration led her to launch the Glocal Action Practice Program in Yilan and spearhead initiatives in South East Asian countries under the Global Service Internship program. Additionally, she pioneered reading sessions where college students shared picture books with children from indigenous tribes and local communities, fostering a love for reading. Since relocating to Hualien in 2022, Ivy's focus has been on forging strong ties with local communities. She is keen on immersing her students in these communities to glean local knowledge, collect stories, and co-create picture books and board games. Ivy is also interested in researching ways to combine local knowledge with bilingual teaching in smaller, rural schools. For correspondence, Ivy can be reached at