Xiaoli Doty Info

Provide quality education that enables students to be contributing citizens of the local and world communities.


v Chinese Program Enhancement Project, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 2008-2009
v Chinese Alternative Teacher Licensure Program, The Ohio State University, Columbus, 2006-07
v Master of Business Administration, Wuhan Technical Institute, Wuhan, China. 2005-2007
v Bachelors of Arts in English, Wuhan University, China. 1982-1986

LICENSURE: Professional Ohio Teaching License (7/1/2009-6/30/2014)

v Metro Early College High School, Chinese Language Instructor, Jan 2010 - present
v Teach Mandarin Chinese Year 1 and Year 2, 59 students are freshman to seniors from eight different schools;
v Maintains technical and working knowledge of instructional technologies;
v Provides current knowledge to students, support students in the distance learning.

v State of North Carolina Virtual Public School, Chinese Language Coach, Dec 2008 – present

v Ohio Contemporary Chinese School, Chinese Language Teacher, Grade 7 Sep 2007-present

v Diocese of Columbus, Chinese Language Instructor, Aug 2008 – Jul 2009
v Teach Mandarin Chinese language & culture through video conferencing, 46 students were 7th Graders from eight schools;
v Assumed full responsibilities for instruction, grading, and classroom management;
v Developed and implemented one school year curriculum;
v Plan and implement activities to promote the social, physical, and intellectual growth of students;
v Maintains records of progress, attendance, evaluation, test results, status reports and scores for student;
v Maintains technical and working knowledge of instructional technologies;
v Researches and tries new technologies pertaining to distance learning;
v Develops and produces video and audio material for traditional classroom and web/hybrid courses.

v Summer Intensive Chinese Day Camp, Chinese Language Teacher, June 2008 & June 2009
a. Responsible for facilitating program during camp hours (8:00 am to 3:30 pm)
b. Supervises students during check-in, check-out, lunch and supplemental activities.
c. Communicate with parents

v Westerville City Schools, Substitute Aide to Students with Disabilities, Nov 2007 – Jun 2008

v Columbus Chinese Academy, Chinese Language Teacher, Sep 2007 - Jun 2008

v Second Language and Immersion Methodologies, Bemidji, Minnesota, Summer 2009
v Rating the SOPA, The Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington DC Jan 2009
v Student Oral Proficiency Assessment (SOPA), The Center for Applied Linguistics, 11/2008–1/ 2009
v Secretary & regional chair of The Ohio Association of Teachers of Chinese, Sep 2009
v Member of Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association, Nov 2009
v Chinese Representative of The Ohio Foreign Language Association, Jan 2007
v Editor of Chinese American Friendship Association of Ohio, Feb 2009
v Certified: Senior Level-Human Resources Management, since 1999
v Certified Interpreter (English & Chinese), since 1993

v Buckeye Association of School Administrators, Interpreter, Nov 2009
v Diamond Power International, Inc. – division of Babcock & Wilcox, Human Resources, 2004-2006
Responsibilities included: Bilingual staffing, Full life-cycle bilingual recruiting, in China and in U.S.A
Headquarters, employee career designing,
electronically organizing all associate documentation
including live, print and electronic communication

v Siemens Ltd., China, Human Resources, 2000-2004
Responsibilities included: Bilingual Organizational Development and Staffing, Employee training
and succession plans.

v Budweiser International Brewing Co., Ltd. Human Resources/Interpreter, 1987-2000
Responsibilities included: Employee Relations, Corporate culture, Employee development and

v CampOFLA, Chinese Language Teacher: Jun 2007
WestervilleReads Program, 2007-2008
v CampOFLA, June 2007

Interested in coaching and advising after-school activities.

Skills and qualifications:
v Exceptional listener and communicator who clearly, effectively conveys verbal and written

v Work creatively, independently
v develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, supervisors, job contacts,
parents, children and general public

v Managing multiple tasks, adjusting to changing work conditions, setting priorities, coordinating
team efforts and targeting (and retargeting) a constantly shifting set of goals

v Maintain confidential and sensitive information
v Create and maintain course websites; contribute to team effectiveness
v Expert-user skill-level in creation and use of electronic archival folders, data bases, power point
application, spreadsheets, tables, templates and word processing, Internet browser and email
applications, etc.

v Well organizational skills
v Chinese (Mandarin)/English translation