Shonn Sheng-Lun Cheng

Shonn Sheng-Lun Cheng

Assistant Professor

Sam Houston State University

Biography

Dr. Shonn Sheng-Lun Cheng received his doctoral degree in learning technologies at The Ohio State University in 2019. Then, he pursued one-year postdoctoral training in quantitative methodology at Virginia Commonwealth University. Currently, Dr. Cheng is an assistant professor of instructional systems design and technology at Sam Houston State University.

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Interests
  • Research
Education
  • PhD in Learning Technologies, 2019

    The Ohio State University (USA)

  • MA in Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement (QREM), 2018

    The Ohio State University (USA)

  • MA in Curriculum & Instruction, 2013

    New Mexico State University (USA)

  • BA in English, 2006

    Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (Taiwan)

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(2021). Why college students procrastinate in online courses: A self-regulated learning perspective. The Internet and Higher Education.

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(2021). Examining high-school students' motivation change through a person-centered approach. Journal of Educational Psychology.

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(2020). Measuring and tracking personal opportunity outcome measures over 3 years to guide policy and services that promote inclusive community living. Inclusion.

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(2020). Examining the multiplicative relationships between teachers’ competence, value and pedagogical beliefs about technology integration. British Journal of Educational Technology.

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(2020). A person-centered approach to examining high-school students’ motivation, engagement and academic performance. Contemporary Educational Psychology.

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