Jingshun (Jackson) Zhang received his PhD in Program evaluation and measurement at the University of Toronto. He currently serves as a contributing faculty (part-time) in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences at Walden University. Dr. Zhang teaches or has taught research design and statistics at all levels, assessment, measurement and program evaluation at Walden University. He has also taught assessment, survey research, measurement at other colleges and universities in USA, Canada, and China. Professionally, Dr. Zhang has worked as a researcher in data-based research settings in a variety of areas including online learning and design, program evaluation, classroom assessment, educational measurement, comparative studies, etc. He got some excellent awards for his service to support student’s success such as the chairs or methodologists of graduate student’s thesis committees. He has a number of publications and presentations along with very broad collaboration with students and other scholars at national and international levels.
PhD, University of Toronto
MA, University of New Brunsiwick