JINN WINN CHONG, LL.M, M.A., M.S. - System Designer
Jinn is from Malaysia and currently serves as Instructional Designer at The Center for Technology in Education (CTE), Johns Hopkins University. With a background in learning technology, law, conflict studies, international affairs, and cross-cultural communications, Jinn specializes in designing and delivering inclusive online learning and professional development programs on behalf of learning institutions, public bodies, non-profit organizations, and community organizations. Jinn holds an M.S. in Technology for Educators from Johns Hopkins University School of Education, and remains deeply committed to exploring the intersections of technology, learning, and conflict transformation as she explores instructional strategies that foster empowerment, inclusion, and connectedness among learners and community of learners.
Recommended Publications by Jinn Winn Chong:
- Chong, J.W. (2009). Identity-based conflicts: Perceived difference vs. perceived threat. Journal of International Service, 19(2): 77-97.
- Chong, J.W. (2012). Mine, yours, or ours: The Indonesia-Malaysia dispute over shared cultural icons and heritage. SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 27(1): 1-53.
- Chong, J.W. (2012). Politics of the empowerment of women: Mapping enabling environments within narratives of femininity and power. William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law, 18: 523-564.