CHEN Mo

Designation
Research Scientist

Department
Office of Education Research (OER)

Office Location
NIE5-B3-32

Education
PhD (University of Minnesota - Twin Cities)

Email
mo.chen@nie.edu.sg

Office Telephone Number
6219 6278

Research Interests
Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Communication Impairments, Developmental Disabilities, Principles of Behavior, Quantitative Methods in Education, Single Case Experimental Design

  • Current Appointment

    • Research Scientist, Centre for Research in Child Development (2017 – present)
    Previous Appointments

    • Instructor, Beijing Language and Culture University, China (2015 - 2016)
    • Behavior Therapist, Behavioral Dimensions (BDI), Minnesota, USA (2013 – 2015)

    Introduction
    Dr. CHEN Mo received her PhD in Educational Psychology from University of Minnesota Twin Cities. She is a Doctoral-level Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D). Her specialization is in the assessment and intervention for learners with developmental disabilities and/or communication impairments.

    • Developmental disabilities
    • Communication impairments

    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst – Doctoral (Certification #: 1-17-29042)

  • (1) Graduate Level

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Year(s) Taught

    MEP832/833

    Practicum in Educational Psychology (Guest Lecturer)

    2018

    MED902

    Integrative Project

    2019

    MSE915

    Assessment of Children and Youth with Special Needs

    2019


    (2) Teacher Preparation/Diploma Level

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Year(s) Taught

    NED112

    Introduction to Disabilities and Disorders (Guest Lecturer)

    2017

    NED111

    Effective Teaching & Learning in Special Education (Guest Lecturer)

    2018


    (3) Professional Development/In-Service Level

    Course Code

    Course Title

    Year(s) Taught

    NPR100

    Teaching Practicum

    2017

    NED108

    Assessment and Programming in Special Education (Guest Lecturer)

    2018

    IER0009

    Assessment for Students with Special Educational Needs

    2019

    • Developmental Disabilities
    • Communication Impairments