Renyu Jiang

Renyu is a research assistant in the Assessment Research Group. She has been involved in various projects including the Chinese imperial examination research project, CSE/CEFR/WPL standard setting questionnaire analysis projects, and Myanmar TREE text analysis project. Before joining the British Council in May 2019, Renyu participated in compiling Chinese national level college English textbook series. Renyu has a strong academic background in psychology and education. For her MPhil thesis study at University of Cambridge, she worked with children aged 4 to 6 years to investigate the relationship between bilingualism, vocabulary size, and inhibitory control and to validate a novel tablet-based app designed to assess early language development.

Areas of interest

  • Cognitive processing in language learning and assessment
  • Applying AI in language testing
  • EFL/ESL learning
  • Young language learners
  • (More to be discovered)

Publications

Zheng, S., Wu, Y., Xie, Y., Liu, Q., Wu, Z., Feng, … Jiang, R. (Eds.) (2017). New horizon college English (listening and speaking) student's book (Book 3) (3rd edition). Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

 

Zheng, S., Wu, Y., Xie, Y., Liu, Q., Wu, Z., Feng, … Jiang, R. (Eds.) (2017). New horizon college English (listening and speaking) teacher's book (Book 3) (3rd edition). Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

 

Zheng, S., Wu, Y., Ding, Y., Wang, Z., Zuo, K., Ye, J., Jiang, R., … Wilson, J. J.  (Eds.) (2015). New horizon college English (viewing, listening and speaking) student’s book (Book 1) (3rd edition). Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

 

Zheng, S., Wu, Y., Ding, Y., Wang, Z., Zuo, K., Ye, J., Jiang, R., … Wilson, J. J.  (Eds.) (2015). New horizon college English (viewing, listening and speaking) teacher's book (Book 1) (3rd edition). Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

Education

  • MPhil at University of Cambridge, 2018
  • BA at University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada), 2016