Samuel Chiang has been a high school teacher at Upland High School in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains since 2001. He has taught the Expository, Reading and Writing Course (ERWC) and Advanced Placement (AP) Language and Composition. He currently teaches AP Literature and AP Capstone Research. His current and past research interests include Rhetoric and Composition, 18th-Century Literature, Information Literacy and Research Pedagogy. His dissertation focuses on research and library anxiety and how it affects students’ information literacy behaviors especially while they are conducting research.
Proposal Title: The Effects of Research & Library Anxiety on Secondary Students’ Information Literacy Behaviours in the Research Process
SJSU Supervisor: Anthony Chow
MMU Supervisor(s): Geoff Walton
- MA (English), University of California, Irvine; BA (English), California State University, Fullerton
Current or Most Recent Position:
- AP English and AP Research Teacher, Upland High School