Year Retired from SJSU
2016 (FERP 2011 - 2016)
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University of Southern California, Department of Curriculum, Teaching, & Special Education, 1989, Ph.D.
University of Southern California, School of Education, 1978, M.S.
National Chengchi University, Department of Education, 1970, B.A.
Psycholinguistic analysis of oral reading performance by proficient versus nonproficient Chinese elementary students
San Jose State University 1990-2016
Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association, 2016-2019
University Retention and Tenure Committee, 2007-2011
University Library Board, 2002-2007
Chang, J. M. (2006). Key elements to build two-way Mandarin-English Immersion Programs. NABE News, 1(4), 10-11, 13, 16.
Chang, J. M. (2004). Family literacy nights: Building the circle of supporters within and beyond schools for middle school English learners (Educational Practice Report #11). Washington DC and Santa Cruz, CA: Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Hilberg, R. S., Chang, J. M., & Epaloose, G. (2004). Designing effective Activity Centers for diverse learners: A guide for teachers at all grade levels. Washington D C and Santa Cruz, CA: Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Chang, J. M., Huang, C. C., Mao, S., Ma, H-W, Montgomery, M. (2003). Developing a successful Chinese two-way immersion program. New Waves: Educational Research & Development., 8(3), 45-50.
Chang, J. M. (2003). Strategies for Effective Two-Way Immersion Programs: A Case of Establishing New Chinese Immersion Programs. NABE News, 26(6), 28-31.
Chang, J. M. (2003). Multi-level collaboration for English learners: An Asian American perspective. In G. Garcia (Ed.) English Learners: Reaching the Highest Level of English Literacy (pp. 259- 285). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
Chang, J. M. (2002, November/December). Scaffold the joint venture of developing meaningful individualized education program. NABE News, 26(2), 26-30, 37.
Chang, J.M. (2002). Expanding the knowledge base on teacher learning and collaboration: A focus on Asian Pacific American English learners (Final Report). Santa Cruz, CA and Washington, DC: Center for Research on Education, Diversity, & Excellence.
Chang, J. M. (2001, April). A scaffold for school-home collaboration for reading and language development. Research Brief #9, Santa Cruz, CA and Washington DC: Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence.
Chang, J. M. (2001, Jan/Feb.). Monitoring effective teaching and creating a responsive learning environment for students in need of support: A checklist. NABE News, 24(3) 17-20.
Chang, J. M. (1999, December). Exploring sociocultural principles of professional development for School Reform: Chinese Experiences. NABE News, 23(3), 26-29.
Chang, J. M. (1999, November). Multiple functions of multiple intelligences in the life and education of APA English language learners. NABE News, 23(2), 15-18.
Chang, J. M., Hung, D. L. & Tzeng, O. J. L. (1992). Miscue analysis of Chinese Children's Reading Behaviors at the Entry Level. Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 20(1), 120-158.
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