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Prof. HUE Ming Tak
Professor, Head of Department
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Specialisation: School Discipline and Behaviour Management

PhD (2001) Institute of Education, University of London
M.Ed. (1996) University of Bristol, England

Teaching Areas

  • Guidance and counselling
  • Personal and social development
  • Managing diversity
  • Inclusive education
  • Liberal studies

 

Research Interests

  • Guidance & counselling
  • School discipline
  • Pastoral care and Chinese culture
  • Ethnic minority education
  • Behaviour management

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Neither Immigrants nor Citizens”: Constructing citizenship values in a transnational context for Hong Kong’s ethnic minority students (Principal Investigator, General Research Fund, 2015-2017)
  • Creating culturally responsive classrooms in a Chinese context: A study of teacher and school attitudes to multicultural teaching competence in Hong Kong schools (Principal Investigator, General Research Fund, 2013-2017)
  • Expanding the discourse of cultural responsiveness: Understanding ethnic minority students’ identities and belongingness in Hong Kong’s post-colonial context (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, HKIEd, 2015-17)
  • Exploring cultural diversity in Chinese classrooms: Can assessment environment cater for the needs of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong? (Co-investigator, General Research Fund, 2009-2012)
  • A pilot study on mindfulness - Intervention and well-being, attention level and stress level of Hong Kong student (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, HKIEd, 2008-2009)
  • Building up resilient schools: Meeting the challenge of guidance and discipline in Hong Kong secondary schools (Principal Investigator, 2008-2009)
  • Developing culturally responsive approaches to pastoral care: A narrative study of cross-cultural experience of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary school (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, HKIEd, 2008-2009)
  • The new senior secondary curriculum in schools - A study on policy and practice (Principal Investigator, 2008-2009)
  • Academic paper modification: "The cross-cultural experience of the immigrant students in Hong Kong secondary schools: Negotiating a curriculum of diversity" (Principal Investigator, 2006)
  • Educational provision for ethnic minority students in Hong Kong: Meeting the challenges of the proposed Racial Discrimination Bill (Co-Investigator, Public Policy Research Fund, RGC, 2006-2009)
  • A study on the learning situation of educationally disadvantaged students in a Hong Kong mainstream primary school from the multicultural perspective (Co-Investigator, Internal Research Grant, HKIEd, 2006-2007)
  • Social construction of classroom discipline in Hong Kong secondary schools (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, HKIEd, 2005-2006)
  • Developing interactive teaching resources for four core module in the Bachelor education programmes (Co-investigator, Teaching Development Grants, HKIEd, 2005-2006)
  • Enhancing active teaching and learning by the use of questioning skill - Teacher development and resources production on 4 key learning areas in primary schools (Co-investigator, Teaching Development Grants, HKIEd, 2004-2005)
  • An institute-school partnership initiative to foster pre-service teachers’ understanding of classroom knowledge and skills (Co-investigator, Projects and Initiative Fund, HKIEd, 2003-2005)
  • Teachers assessment practices and their relationship to new assessment requirement (Co-investigator, Internal Research Grant, HKIEd, 2003-2004)
  • Teachers’ and students’ constructs of classroom discipline in two Hong Kong secondary schools (Principal Investigator, HKIEd Small Scale Research Fund, 2003-2004)

 

 Refereed Journal Articles

  • Bhowmik, M. K., Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2017, in press). Education for all – But not Hong Kong’s ethnic minority student. Race, Ethnicity and Education. doi: 10.1080/13613324.2017.1294573
  • Cheung, H. Y., Teo, T., & Hue, M. T. (2017). Modeling the relationships among emotional intelligence, sensation seeking and risk-taking attitudes of university students in Hong Kong. Journal of Risk Research, 20(5), 569-589. doi:10.1080/13669877.2015.1100657
  • Cheung, H. W., Kennedy, K. J., Leung, C. H., & Hue, M. T. (2016, in press). Religious engagement and attitudes to the role of religion in society: Their effect on civic and social values in an Asian context. British Journal of Religious Education, 1-12. doi:10.1080/01416200.2016.1256269
  • Cheung, C. K., Cheung, H. Y., & Hue, M. T. (2016). Educational contributions to students' belongingness to the society, neighbourhood, school and family. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 22(2), 226-237. doi:10.1080/02673843.2016.1157827
  • Leung, C. H., & Hue, M. T. (2016, in press). Understanding and enhancing multicultural teaching in preschool. Early Child Development and Care, 1-13. doi:10.1080/03004430.2016.1203308
  • Cheung, C. K., Cheung, H. Y., & Hue, M. T. (2015). Reciprocal influences between self-assessed emotional intelligence and self-esteem. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 20(3), 295-305.
  • Hue, M. T., & Kennedy, K. J. (2015). Promoting cultural responsiveness: Teachers’ constructs of an assessment classroom environment for ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 21(4), 289-304.
  • Hue, M. T., Leung, C. H., & Kennedy, K. J. (2015). Student perception of assessment practices: Towards ‘no loser’ classrooms for all students in the ethnic minority schools in Hong Kong. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 27(3), 253-273.
  • Hue, M. T., & Lau, N. S. (2015). Promoting well-being and preventing burnout in teacher education: A pilot study of a mindfulness-based programme for pre-service teachers in Hong Kong. Teacher Development, 19(3), 381-401.
  • Kennedy, K., Hue, M. T., & Bhowmik, M. (2015). Multicultural teaching in Hong Kong schools: Classroom assessment and learning motivation for ethnic minority students. Assessment Matters, 8, 53-75.
  • Cheung, C. K, Cheung, H. Y., & Hue, M. T. (2015). Emotional intelligence as a basis for self-esteem in young adults. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 149(1), 63-84.
  • Hue, M. T., & Kennedy, K. J. (2014). Creating culturally responsive environments: Ethnic minority teachers' constructs of the cultural diversity of students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 34(3), 273-287.
  • Hue, M. T., & Kennedy, K. J. (2014). The challenge of promoting ethnic minority education and cultural diversity in Hong Kong schools: From policy to practice. Revista Española de Educación Comparada23(1), 117-134.
  • Hue, M. T., & Kennedy, K. J. (2013). Building a connected classroom: Teachers’ narratives about managing the cultural diversity of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Pastoral Care in Education, 31(4), 292-308.
  • Hue, M. T., & Kennedy, K. J. (2012). Creation of culturally responsive classrooms: Teachers’ conceptualization of a new rationale for cultural responsiveness and management of diversity in Hong Kong secondary schools. Intercultural Education, 23(2), 119-132.
  • Hue, M. T. (2012). Inclusion practices with special educational needs students in a Hong Kong secondary school: Teachers’ narratives from a school guidance perspective. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 40(2), 143-156.
  • Lau, N. S., & Hue, M. T. (2011). Preliminary outcomes of a mindfulness-based programme for Hong Kong adolescents in schools: Well-being, stress and depressive symptoms. International Journal of Children's Spirituality, 16(4), 305-320.
  • Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2011). Researching ethnic minority students in a Chinese context: Mixed methods design for cross cultural understandings. Comparative Education, 47(3), 343-354.
  • Hue, M. T. (2011). Developing resiliency in students with behavioural problems in Hong Kong secondary schools: Teachers' narratives from a school guidance perspective. Pastoral Care in Education, 29(4), 261-272.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010). The challenge of making school guidance culturally responsive: Narratives of pastoral needs of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools, Educational Studies, 36(4), 357-370.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010). Aestheticism and spiritualism: A narrative study of the exploration of self through the practice of Chinese calligraphy. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 44(2), 18-30.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010). Influence of Taoism on teachers’ definitions of guidance and discipline in Hong Kong secondary schools. British Educational Research Journal, 36(4), 597-610.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010). Educational planning for school guidance: Teachers’ narratives of the diverse needs of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Educational Planning, 19(2), 34-45.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009). Promotion of spiritual development: Exploration of the self and spiritualism through the practice of Chinese calligraphy. Pastoral Care in Education. 27(1), 63-76.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008). Cross-cultural experiences of immigrant students from mainland China in Hong Kong secondary schools. Ethnography and Education, 3(3), 229-242.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008). The influence of Confucianism: A narrative study of Hong Kong teachers' understanding and practices of school guidance and counselling. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 36(3), 303-316.
  • Hue, M. T. (2007). Emergence of Confucianism for teachers' definitions of guidance and discipline in Hong Kong secondary schools. Research in Education, 78(Nov), 21-33.
  • Hue, M. T. (2007). The relationships between school guidance and discipline: Critical contrasts in two Hong Kong secondary schools. Educational Review, 59(3), 343-362.
  • Hue, M. T. (2007). The influence of classic Chinese philosophy of confucianism, taoism and legalism on classroom discipline in Hong Kong junior secondary schools. Pastoral Care in Education, 25(2), 38-45.
  • Hue, M. T. (2005). The influences of Chinese culture on teacher-student interaction in the classrooms of Hong Kong secondary schools. Australian Curriculum Studies Association, 25(3), 37-43.
  • Hue, M. T. (2002). School guidance and discipline: Teachers’ and students construct of classroom knowledge in two Hong Kong secondary schools. Educate-The London Journal of Doctoral Research in Education, Institute of Education, University of London1, 23-35. 

 

Books

  • Hue, M. T. (Ed.). (2017). School counselling in Chinese context: School practice for helping students in needs in Hong Kong (under Routledge Series on Schools and Schooling in Asia). New York: Routledge.
  • Phillion, J., Hue, M. T., & Wang, Y. (Eds.) (2011). Minority Students in Far East Asia: Government Policies, School Practices and Teacher Responses. New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T., & Li, W. S. (2008). Classroom management: Creating a positive learning environment. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • 許明得、李偉成(2008):《有效課堂管理:營造積極學習氣氛》,香港,香港大學出版社。

 

Book Chapters

  • Bhowmik, K., & Hue, M. T. (in press). Education for ethnic minority young people in Hong Kong: What school factors make them unsuccessful? In K. Kennedy (Ed.), The changing role of schools in Asian societies – School for the knowledge society. New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017). Promoting culturally responsiveness and multicultural competency through the classroom experience of teachers in Hong Kong schools. In I. H. Amzat & N. P. Valdez (Eds.), Teacher Professional Knowledge and Development for Reflective and Inclusive Practices (pp. 179-191). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017). School counselling in Hong Kong schools and cultural influence. In M. T. Hue (Ed.), School counselling in a Chinese context: Supporting students in need in Hong Kong (pp. 3-18). New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017). Building a culturally responsive guidance programme: Attending to the counselling needs of ethnic minority students. In M. T. Hue (Ed.), School counselling in a Chinese context: Supporting students in need in Hong Kong (pp. 139-152). New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017). Moving school counselling forward. In M.T. Hue (Ed.), School counselling in a Chinese context: Supporting students in need in Hong Kong (pp. 171-179). New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017). The challenges of promoting cultural responsiveness: Narratives of cultural diversity and the cultural competency in Hong Kong schools. In D. Sharps (Ed.), Handbook on comparative and international studies in education (pp. 585-598). USA: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Hue, M. T. (2013). Crisis management and its application to school guidance. In Y. Y. P., Luk-Fong & Y. C., Lee-Man (Eds.), School guidance: Development and practice (pp. 219-238). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Hue, M. T. (2012). New dimensions of teacher education on the inclusivity of school guidance for regular schools in Hong Kong. In C. Forlin (Ed.), Future directions for inclusive teacher education: An international perspective (pp. 123-130). New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2011). Crisis management and its practices for school guidance. In Y. Y. P., Luk-Fong & Y. C., Lee-Man (Eds.), School guidance: Development and practice (pp.181-198). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. (In Chinese).
  • 許明得(2011):危機管理及其在學校輔導的應用,輯於陸方鈺儀、李文玉清編,《學校輔導:趨勢與實務》,(頁181-198),香港,香港大學出版社。
  • Hue, M. T. (2007). Classroom management for children with diverse learning needs. In S. N. Phillipson (Ed.), Learning Diversity in the Chinese Classroom: Contexts and Practice for Students with Special (pp. 459-486). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • 許明得(2005):利用同儕互助小組的形式推動教師專業發展,輯於許景輝、李偉成編《領袖教師與教師專業發展》,(頁37-43),香港,匯智出版有限公司。
  • Hue, M. T. (2003). Strategic planning for curriculum change. In H.F. Law & B.H. Lam (2003) (Eds.), Curriculum leadership for curriculum development. Hong Kong: Quality Education Fund.

 

Conference Papers

  • Hue, M. T. (2017, October). Experience of local schools: Collaborative and evidence-based approach to special needs and inclusive education. Paper presented at SCMP EdTalk: Special Needs & Inclusive Education 2017, Hong Kong, China.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017, September). Promotion of cultural responsiveness: Ethnic minority students’ constructs of ethnic diversity and identity in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Educational Research (ICER) 2017, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017, May). Challenges of promoting cultural responsive classroom and teachers’ multicultural competency in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Innovative Pedagogy, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
  • Hue, M. T. (2017, April). Promotion of cultural responsiveness: Ethnic minority students’ constructs of ethnic diversity and identity in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Responsible Research and Transformation in Education, London, The United Kingdom.
  • Hue, M. T. (2016, November). Promoting culturally responsiveness and multicultural competency in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at The 9th International Conference on Educational Research, Faculty of Education at Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2016, October). Special preparation for students of special education in conducting teaching practice. Paper presented at International Teacher Education Conference on Teaching Practice at Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia.
  • Hue, M. T. (2016, April). Promoting cultural responsiveness and multicultural competency through the Classroom Experience of Teachers in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2016 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2016, January). Promoting teachers’ multicultural competency and cultural responsiveness in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Responsible research in Education and Management and its Impact, London, the United Kingdom.
  • Hue, M. T. (2015, July). From policy to practice: Challenges of enhancing learning initiatives of students with SEN in Hong Kong mainstream schools. Paper presented at The 1st International Conference on Special Education: Innovation to Enhance Learning Initiatives and Practices, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2015, April). Creating a culturally responsive classroom: Teachers' narratives of their influence on ethnic minority students' performance and home-school collaboration. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2015 Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2015, April). Exploring cultural approach for school counselling: Use of mindfulness for promoting students’ well-being in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2015 Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, December). Supporting schools and teachers in meeting the rights of education of ethnic minorities. Paper presented at Hong Kong education policy roundtable forum: Collaborating for Hong Kong education development, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, China.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, September). From policy to practice: Challenges of promoting cultural responsive classroom and teachers’ multicultural competency in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at Lunch Research Series VII, Faculty of Education, Universidade De Macau, Macau.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, September). Promoting teachers’ multicultural competency: Challenge of creating a culturally responsive classroom for ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Educational Research 2014, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, July). Building cultural responsive classrooms: Teachers’ narratives of multicultural competency and cultural diversity of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP), Paris, France.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, April). Creating a culturally responsive classroom in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association 2014 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, April). From a Philosophical perspective: Influences of Confucianism and Buddhism on school guidance and counselling. Paper presented at Business Meeting of Confucianism, Taoism and Education SIG, American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2013, July). From policy to practice: Challenges of ethnic minority education and the promotion of culturally responsive classroom in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at a global social sciences conference: Education, Ethnicity and Inequality Symposium: Issues and Insights, organized by the Department of Education Studies, the Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2013, April). Developing a mindfulness approach of school guidance for promoting students’ well-being in two Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2013, April). Managing Cultural Diversity in HK Classroom: Teachers’ narratives of their influence on ethnic minority students’ performance and home-school collaboration. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2012, May). Building a connected classroom for managing the cultural diversity of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at International Symposium on Classroom Management and Motivation for Learning, organized by Kennesaw State University (USA) and Hubei University of Education (China), at Hubei University of Education Campus, Hubei, China.
  • Hue, M. T. (2012, April). Teachers’ conceputalization of a ‘new’ rationale for cultural responsiveness and diversity management in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at CAERDA, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Hue, M. T. (2011, September). Exploring Cultural Diversity in Chinese Classrooms: Can classroom environments cater for the needs of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong? Paper presented at ICER, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2011, July). Creating a culturally responsive school: Fulfilling the diverse needs of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the 12th European Congress of Psychology, Istanbul.
  • Hue, M. T. (2011, June). Developing inclusive approaches to school guidance: teachers’ narratives about including students with SEN in a regular Hong Kong secondary school. Paper presented at research meeting, organized the Department of Special Education and Counselling, HKIEd, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010, December). Beyond the classroom: Connecting Home and school for ethnic minority Students. Paper presented at the 2nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, HKIEd, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010, November). Teachers’ narratives of multicultural responsiveness to the diverse needs of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010, September). Creating culturally responsive classrooms: The professional knowledge landscape of ethnic minority teachers’ cross-cultural experience in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Educational Research (ICER), Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
  • Hue, M.T. (2010, September). Creating culturally responsive classrooms: The professional knowledge landscape of ethnic minority teachers’ cross-cultural experience in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Educational Research (ICER), Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010, May). Building up culturally responsive schools: Fulfilling the diverse needs of ethnic minority students. Paper presented at Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences and Women’s Studies Research Centre, University of Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010, May). School guidance and discipline: Challenge of promoting resiliency in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, Denver.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, June). Ethnic minority students in a Chinese society: School practitioners' narratives of caring in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association Conference 2009: Educational research for innovation & quality in education: Policy & pedagogical engagements across contects, NIE, Singapore.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, April). Creating a culturally responsive classrooms: The diverse needs of ethnic minority students. In Policy, action and theory: Cross-cultural experience and ethnic minority students in the US, Canada, Australia and Hong Kong. Symposium conducted at the Annual Meeting of Amerian Education Research Association, San Diego.
  • Hue, M. Y. (2009, April). Promoting culturally responsive approaches to caring: The constructs of the cross-cultural experience of ethnic minority students in two Hong Kong primary schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: Disciplined inquiry: Education research in the circle of knowledge, San Diego.
  • Hue, M. T., & Lau, Y. S. (2009, March). Promotion of mindfulness: Creating favourable conditions for spiritual education. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Conference on Children’s Spirituality, the Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, February). What we can learn from the school experience of ethnic minority students. Paper presented at Seminar of Educational Provision for Ethnic Minority Students, the Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, China.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008, September). Teachers' narratives of the ethnic identity of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Educational Research: Learning community for sustainable development, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008, March). Teachers’ responses to the educational provision for ethnic minority students in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at the Symposium: Ethnic minority students’ experience of language, culture and identity development in USA, Canada and Hong Kong China, at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008, March). Influence of Confucianism on teachers’ knowledge of behaviour management in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008, March). Emergence of Confucianism from teachers’ constructs of guidance and discipline in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, New York.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008, March). Cross-cultural experience of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong schools. In Ethnic minority and immigrant students' experience of language, culture and identity development in Hong Kong, Canada, and US. Symposium conducted at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Assoication, New York.
  • Kennedy, K. J., Hue, M. T., & Tsui, K. T. (2008, February). Comparing Hong Kong teachers' sense of efficacy for teaching Chinese and non-Chinese students. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2007, April). Contested curriculum in Hong Kong: Confucianism, taoism, legalism, capitalism and colonialism. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, Chicago, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2007, April), The influence of classic Chinese philosophy of confucianism, taoism and legalism on classroom discipline in Hong Kong junior secondary schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2006). A Narrative Study of Student Teachers’ Professional Knowledge of Classroom Discipline in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. Paper presented on 17th April 2006, at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2006). A Study of Relationships Between Teachers’ Self Efficacy and Their Perceptions towards Classroom Discipline in Hong Kong Junior Secondary Schools. Paper presented on 8th January 2006, at Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • 許景輝、李偉成、謝加謙、陳錦榮及許明得(2006,4):教師專業發展的策略:成就領袖教師,論文發表於「華人社會的教育發展學術研討會」,澳門。
  • 許景輝、許明得、楊思賢及李偉成(2006,3):主講嘉賓:論文發表於「從同儕協作到領袖教師」研討會,deleted,香港。
  • Hue, M. T. (2005, October). Social construction of effective classroom discipline in Hong Kong junior secondary schools. Paper presented at International Teacher Education Forum, UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, East China University, Shanghai.
  • Hue, M. T. (2005). The Cross Cultural Experience of the Mainland China Immigrant Students in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Canada.
  • Hue, M. T. (2005). Teachers’ Construction of Classroom Discipline in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Canada.
  • Hue, M. T. (2005). Teacher Leadership and Professional Development in Hong Kong: Developing a Peer Support Group for Promoting Teachers’ Professional Development. A symposium paper presented, on 2nd December 2005, at the 40th Anniversary International Conference, Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • 李偉成、許景輝、陳錦榮、許明得、林德成、謝加謙及楊思慧(2005,12):領袖教師:從課程領導引申的專業發展課題與啓示,論文發表於「香港中文大學教育學院40周年紀念國際研討會」,香港。
  • Hue, M.T. (2004). Managing the Diversity of Student Needs: The Constructs of the Identity Of Newly Arrived Students from Mainland China in two Hong Kong Secondary Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association. (AERA), San Diego, USA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2003, October). Classroom teaching and learning: A study of teachers’ and students’ definition of situation in five Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at The First Triennial Meeting of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, Shanghai, China.
  • Hue, M. T. (2003). How school guidance and discipline affect the delivery of curriculum in two Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, Chicago, USA.

 

Other Publications

  • Hue, M. T. (2009). Liberal studies: Independent enquire learning handbook. Hong Kong: Manhattan Press.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009). Liberal studies: Independent enquire learning handbook. Hong Kong: Manhattan Press (In Chinese). 
  • Hue, M. T. (2009). IES Skills for Liberal Studies: Learning Portfolio. Hong Kong: Times Publishing (Hong Kong) Limited.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009). IES Skills for Liberal Studies: Teacher's Guide. Hong Kong: Times Publishing (Hong Kong) Limited.
  • 許明得(2009):《獨立專題探究全攻略》,香港,時信出版有限公司。
  • 許明得(2009):《獨立專題探究全攻略:學習歷程檔案》,香港,時信出版有限公司。

 

Community & Professional Services

  • Hue, M. T. (2014, November), Creating a positive learning environment, Workshop for a college.
  • Hue, M. T. (2014, June), Being a model school for Multicultural Education, Talk given at a Graduation Ceremony for a primary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2012, July), Be creative and cooperative: what can we learn in the play of domino show? Talk given to a secondary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2012, January), Tips for successful interviews, Workshop for a school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2011, March), Enhancing your educational aspiration, Workshop for a school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2010, October), Whole School Approaches to Supporting the Students with SEN, consultancy and research service for a school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, July), Project learning in classroom and beyond, Talk given to a school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, July), Enriching your life with different cultures, Talk given to a primary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, March), Challenges of Liberal Studies Curriculum: Leading your students to learn effectively throughout the journey of Independent Enquiry Studies (IES), Talk given to teachers at Hong Kong Productive Center.
  • Hue, M. T. (2008, November), Emotional growth and Learning, Talk given to a school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2006, May), Catering for the Individual Difference among Pupils: Creative Classroom and Thinking, Workshop for a primary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2006, March), Use of Peer Support Group for Promoting Teachers’ Professional Development, Talk given at a seminar for primary in-service teachers, organized by EMB.
  • Hue, M. T. (2005, November), Life-Long Learning: Looking Backward and Moving Forward, Talk given at a Graduation Ceremony for a secondary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2004, March), Current Trend of Curriculum Development and Reform, Workshop given for a secondary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2004, January), Promoting Students’ Learning Motivation: Fulfilling the Social and Affective Needs of Students, Workshop for a secondary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2002, August), Teachers’ Role in Pastoral Care, Workshop for a primary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2002, March), How to Design a Peer Support Scheme for Promoting Student Growth, Workshop for a primary school.
  • Hue, M. T. (2002, January), Enhancing Teachers’ Awareness of the Need for Multicultural Education, Workshop for in-service teachers from primary schools.

Associate Heads

Dr. LEUNG Chi Hung

Associate Professor, Associate Head of Department

(852) 2948 8304
chhleung@eduhk.hk

Dr. LEUNG Chi Hung
Associate Professor, Associate Head of Department
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(852) 2948 8304
(852) 2948 7794
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chhleung@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=104249
Specialisation: Play and Parenting

PhD (Psychology), The University of Melbourne

Teaching Areas

  • Educational Counselling
  • Human Development
  • Educational Psychology
  • Children with Special Needs

Memberships of Professional Organizations

  • Member of The Australian Psychological Society
  • Member of Division of Developmental and Educational Psychologists, The Australian Psychological Society
  • Chartered Psychologist (with practicing certificate) of The British Psychological Society

Research Interests

  • Play and Play Assessments
  • Learning Effectiveness
  • Teacher Beliefs
 
Refereed Journal Articles (Chinese)
 
  • 吳宏球、梁智熊。(2012) (In press) 。 故事結構教學能否提升語言發展遲緩兒童的口語表達能力。特殊教育季刊。Special Education Quarterly.
  • 梁智熊,黃國賢 (2000, May). 探討小學生性別角色與其自尊的關係. Shue Yan Academic Journal, 298-327.

 

Book Chapters

  • Leung, C. H. (2012). Modelling of parenting style, achievement variables, and learning approaches. NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

 

Conference Papers

  • Leung, C.H. (2012, July). Developing and evaluating e-portfolio for the final year project (FYP). Paper presented in International Conference : The Future of Education, Florenece, Italy.
  • Leung, C.H. (2011, June). Developing the OBTL Curriculum with Blended Learning to Enhance Student’s Learning Effectiveness. Paper has been accepted to present at the Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching – Washington, DC.
  • Leung, C.H. (2010, June). Teacher beliefs and practices of in-service and pre-service kindergarten teachers in Hong Kong. Paper presented at 8th International Conference of Comparative Education and Teacher Training 2010, Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
  • Leung, C.H. (2009, May). An experimental study of eduplay and social competence among preschool children in Hong Kong. Paper presented at Early Childhood Council 2009, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • Leung, C.H.. (2004, July). Modeling of Parenting style – a cross cultural study of Hong Kong Chinese and Anglo-Australian. Paper presented at SMABS 2004, Jena University, Germany.
  • Leung, C. H. (2000, May). Modeling of parenting style, attribution, achievement motivation, and learning approaches among junior high school students. Paper presented at the 1st International Congress of Doctoral Research, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Leung, C.H.. (1997, November). A path model of self-concept and family acceptance of adolescent with mild intellectual disability. Paper presented at 13th Asian Conference on Mental Retardation, Bangladesh.

 

Other Publications

  • Leung, C.H., & Ng, C.H. (2010, August). 青少年對防範賭博的認知調查。平和基金、循道衛理中心輔導及就業綜合服務
  • Leung C.H., & Ng, C.H. (2009, August). 都市更新與生活素質工作坊 : 成效評估報告。聖雅各福群會。
  • Leung, C.H. (2007, September). 灣仔區婦女服務需要調查. 灣仔區議會。

 

Community & Professional Services

Journal Paper Reviewer :

  • New Horizons in Education
  • The International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.
  • The Hong Kong Journal of Early Childhood.
  • The British Journal of Educational Psychology.
  • The Australian Journal of Early Childhood Education.
  • Early Child Development & Care.
  • Educational Psychology.
External Placement Supervisor : Monash University, Australia, (2 – 11/2008)

External Examiner : Open University of Hong Kong (8/2010 – 8/2011)

External Master Thesis Supervisor : Griffith University, Australia, (11/2003 – 6/2004)

Collaboration with Schools
  • Academic Consultant of Guideposts Kindergarten Group, 2007 – 2009, 2009- 2012
  • Professional Consultant of Lutheran Philip House Ltd, 2011 – 2013
  • Research Consultant of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council, 2011 – 2012 School Manager of HKIED ECLC

 

 

 

Dr. WONG Wai Ho, Savio

Associate Professor, Associate Head of Department

(852) 2948 8695
savio@eduhk.hk

Dr. WONG Wai Ho, Savio
Associate Professor, Associate Head of Department
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(852) 2948 8695
(852) 2948 7794
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savio@eduhk.hk
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Specialization : Educational neuroscience, decision-making, cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging

Ph.D., Department of Psychology, The University of Hong Kong

Introduction

Before joining HKIED, Savio was a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Western Ontario (UWO) and the University of Southern California (USC) where he examined the brain-body interaction with fMRI and its role in decision-making. Currently, Savio furthers his research in Educational Neuroscience and examines the impact of education on the development of the brain and its relationship with the decision-making ability of students.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Educational Neuroscience

 

Research Interests

  • Inhibition control
  • Decision making
  • ADHD
  • Psychophysiology

 

Honours/awards

  • Fulbright-RGC HK Senior Research Scholar Award
  • President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching
  • Rising Star, Association for Psychological Science (APS)
  • Certificate of Merit for Teaching Excellence, Faculty of Education and Human Development

 

Selected recent publication

  • He, Q., Xiao, L., Xue, G., Wong, S.W., Ames, S.L., and Bechara, A. (2014). Altered Dynamics Between Neural Systems Sub-serving Decisions for Unhealthy Food. Frontiers in Neuroscience.
  • He, Q., Xiao, L., Xue, G., Wong, S., Ames, S., Schembre, S., Bechara, A. (2014). Poor ability to resist tempting calorie rich food is linked to altered balance between neural systems involved in urge and self-control. Nutrition Journal, 13(1): 92.
  • Ames, S.L., Wong, S.W., Cappelli, C., Dust, M., Grenard, J.L., Bechara, A. and Stacy, A.W. (2014). Neural Correlates of a Go/NoGo Task with Alcohol Stimuli in Light and Heavy Young Drinkers. Behavioral Brain Research, 274: 382-9.
  • Ames, S. L., Grenard, J. L., He, Q., Stacy, A. W., Wong, S. W., Xiao, L., Xue, G., Bechara, A. (2014). Functional imaging of an alcohol-Implicit Association Test (IAT). Addiction Biology, 19, 467-481.
  • Wong, S. W. H., Chan, R. H. M. & Mak, J. N. (2014). Spectral modulation of frontal EEG during motor skill acquisition: A mobile EEG study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 91, 16-21.
  • Ames, S. L., Grenard, J. L., Stacy, A. W., Xiao L., He Q., Wong, S. W., Xue, G., Wiers, R. W., & Bechara, A. (2013). Functional imaging of implicit marijuana associations during performance on an Implicit Association Test (IAT). Behavioural Brain Research, 256, 494-502.
  • Garrison, K.A., Aziz-Zadeh, L., Wong, S.W., Liew, S.-L., & Winstein, C.J. (2013). Modulating the motor system by action observation after stroke. Stroke, 44(8), 2247-2253.
  • Koritzky, Q., He, Q., Xue, G., Wong, S., Xiao, L., and Bechara, A. (2013). Processing of time within the prefrontal cortex: Recent time engages posterior areas whereas distant time engages anterior areas. NeuroImage, 72, 280-286.
  • Zhao, M., Chow, T.W.S., Chan, R.H.M., and Wong, S.W.H. (2013). Trace Ratio Linear Discriminant Analysis for Disease Classification: A Case Study of Dementa. IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 20, 431-434.
  • Xiao, L., Bechara, A., Gong, Q., Huang, X., Li, X., Xue, G., Wong, S.W., Lu, Z., Palmer, P., Wei, Y., Jia, Y., and Johnson, C.A. (2013). Abnormal affective decision making revealed in adolescent binge drinkers using a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 27, 443-454.
  • Wong, S.W., and Bechara, A. (2012). The Future of Technology in Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neurology: Implications for Training and Treatment. In: L’Abate, L., and Kaiser, D.A.  (Eds.), Handbook of Technology in Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neurology: Theory, Research, and Practice. (425-437). New York, NY: Nova.
  • Shoemaker, J. K., Wong, S.W., and Cechetto, D. F. (2012). Cortical circuitry associated with reflex cardiovascular control in humans: does the cortical autonomic network "speak" or "listen" during cardiovascular arousal? Anatomical Record, 295, 1375-1384.
  • Shoemaker, J.K., Usselman, C.W., Rothwell, A., and Wong, S.W. (2012). Altered cortical activation patterns associated with baroreflex unloading following 24 hours of physical deconditioning. Experimental Physiology, 10 JUL, 2012, DOI: 10.1113/expphysiol.2012.065557
  • Wong, S.W., Gui, X., and Bechara, A. (2011). Integrating fMRI with psychophysiological measurements in the study of decision making. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology and Economics, 4, 85-94.
  • Sörös, P., Al-Otaibi, F., Wong, S.W., Shoemaker, J.K., Mirsattari, S.M., Hachinski, V., and Martin R. E. (2011). Stuttered swallowing: electric stimulation of the right insula interferes with water swallowing. A case report. BMC Neurology, 11:20.
  • Al-Otaibi, F., Wong, S.W., Shoemaker, J.K., Parrent, A.G., and Mirsattari, S.M. (2010). The cardioinhibitory responses of the right posterior insular cortex in an epileptic patient. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, 88, 390-397.
  • Wong, S.W., Jong, L., Bandur, D., Bihari, F., Yen, Y., Takahashi, A.M., Lee, D.H., Steven, D., Parrent, A.G., Pigott, S.E., and Mirsattari, S.M. (2009). Cortical reorganization following anterior temporal lobectomy in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurology,73, 518-525. 
  • Wong, S.W., Kimmerly, D.S., Massé, N., Menon, R.S., Cechetto, D.F., and Shoemaker, J.K. (2007). Sex differences in forebrain and cardiovagal responses at the onset of isometric handgrip exercise: a retrospective fMRI study. Journal of Applied Physiology, 103, 1402-1411.
  • Kimmerly, D.S., Wong, S.W., Salzer, D., Menon, R.S. and J.K. Shoemaker. (2007) Forebrain regions associated with postexercise differences in autonomic and cardiovascular function during baroreceptor unloading. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 293, H299-H306.
  • Wong, S.W., Massé, N., Kimmerly, D.S., Menon, R.S., and Shoemaker, J.K. (2007). Ventral Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Cardiovagal Control in Conscious Humans. NeuroImage, 35, 698-708.
  • Kimmerly, D.S., Wong, S.W., Menon, R.S., and Shoemaker, J.K. (2007). Forebrain neural patterns associated with sex differences in autonomic and cardiovascular function during baroreceptor unloading. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 292, R715-R722.
  • Hou, J., Wong, S., Wang, Q., Feng, J., Pu, Y., and Gao, J (2002). Functional MRI studies of acupuncture analgesia modulating within human brain. Chinese Journal of Radiology, 36, 206-210. (In Chinese)
 

Academic and Teaching Staff

Dr. CHEN Yuan, David

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8618
cheny@eduhk.hk

Dr. CHEN Yuan, David
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 8618
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-24
cheny@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Audiology and Language development

Ph.D. (2015), The University of Hong Kong

Teaching Areas

  • Specific learning difficulties
  • Audiology

 

Research Interests

  • Hearing aid
  • Cochlear implant
  • Speech perception
  • Language development

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Wong, L. L. N., Sultana, N., & Chen, Y. (2017). Language Matters: Considerations in Measuring Speech Intelligibility. The Hearing Journal, 70(8), 8-9. doi:10.1097/01.HJ.0000524320.19140.0e
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L., (2017). Speech perception in Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants: a systematic review. International Journal of Audiology, 1-10. Doi:10.1080/14992027.2017.1300694
  • Zhu, S., Wong, L. L. N., Chen, F., Chen, Y., & Wang, B. (2016). Known-Groups and Concurrent Validity of the Mandarin Tone Identification Test (MTIT). PLoS ONE, 11(5), e0155595. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155595.
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L., Zhu, S., & Xi, X. (2016). Vocabulary development in Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants and its relationship with speech perception abilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities. doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2016.10.010
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L. N., Zhu, S., & Xi, X. (2016). Early speech perception in Mandarin-speaking children at one-year post cochlear implantation. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 49–50, 1-12. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ridd.2015.11.021
  • Fu, Y., Chen, Y., Xi, X., Hong, M., Chen, A., Wang, Q., & Wong, L. L. N. (2015). The development of early auditory and speech perception skills after one year of cochlear implant use by children with prelingual hearing impairment. The Chinese Journal of Otorhinolarygnology, Head and Neck, 50(4), 274-280. doi: 10.3760/cma.j.issn.1673-0860.2015.04.003
  • Zhu, S., Wong, L. L., Chen, F., & Chen, Y. (2015). Consonant discrimination by Mandarin-speaking children with prelingual hearing impairment. International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology, 79(8), 1354-1361.
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L. N., Zhu, S., & Xi, X. (2015). A Structural Equation Modeling Approach to Examining Factors Influencing Outcomes with Cochlear Implant in Mandarin-Speaking Children. PLoS ONE, 10(9), e0136576. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0136576.
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L., Chen, F., & Xi, X. (2014). Tone and sentence perception in young Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 78(11), 1923-1930. doi: 10.1016/j.ijporl.2014.08.025

 

Conference Papers

  • Chen Y., Wong, L. L. N. & Xi, X. (2014). Tone perception in Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear Implants. Paper presented at the Three Minute Thesis Competition 2014. Hong Kong.
  • Chen, Y.,Wong, L. L. N., & XI, X. (2014). Factors Influencing Vocabulary Skills in Mandarin-Speaking Children with Cochlear Implants. Paper presented at the XXXII World Congress of Audiology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
  • Chen Y., Wong, L. L. N. & Xi, X. (2014).The relationship between tone perception and sentence perception in Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants. Paper presented at the Coalition for Global Hearing Health - 2014. Oxford, UK.
  • Chen Y., (2014). Speech perception measures for children with cochlear implants. Invited workshop at the 4th cochlear implants and hearing aids conference, Dalin, China.
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L. N., Wong, A. M. Y., & Xi, X. (2013). Effects of age at implantation on vocabulary development in Mandarin-speaking children implanted before 3 years of age. Paper presented at the Audiology for Tomorrow: International Conference on Recent Developments. Hong Kong.

 

Community & Professional Services

  • Ad hoc reviewer of the International Jounral of Audiology
  • Membership of the Center for Communication Disorders, the University of Hong Kong
  • Invited speaker and committee member of the 4th cochlear implants and hearing aids conference, Dalin, China.

Mr. CHIM Ho Yeung, Hastings

Lecturer I

(852) 2948-6345
hhychim@eduhk.hk

Mr. CHIM Ho Yeung, Hastings
Lecturer I
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(852) 2948-6345
(852) 7551-2948
B4-2/F-08
hhychim@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: SEN education programs, SEN teachers' perception, Holistic support for students with learning difficulties

EdD Candidate (University of Bristol)

MA (CITYU)

PGSK (CUHK)

Teaching Areas

  • Whole School Approach in Inclusive Education
  • Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Instructional strategies for teachers educating students with SEN

Research Interests

  • SEN education programs
  • Special education teachers’ perception
  • Holistic support for students with learning difficulties

Recent and Ongoing Reseach Projects

2016-17

  • TDG: Fostering discussion and collaborative inquiry through establishment of a case video library
  • IRG: Developing and validating a Chinese version of Teacher Evaluation Form (C-TEF) for an in-service special education training program

Conference Paper

2017-18

  • Teaching Chinese students with specific learning disabilities the letter names and letter sounds in a Hong Kong secondary school

Publications

  • Chim, H. (2014a). The Analysis of the Hong Kong Education Policy “Language Proficiency Assessment for Teachers of English”. International Journal of Education, 6(4), p133-p145.
  • Chim, H. (2014b). Critique on the Research Article “Being a Narrative Inquirer in a Multicultural Landscape” by the Researcher JoAnn Phillion (2002). International Journal of Education, 6(4), p157-p168.
  • Chim, H. (2015a). Literature Review of the Cooperative Learning Strategy - Student Team Achievement Division (STAD). International Journal of Education, 7(1), p29-p43.
  • Chim, H. (2015b). Case Study on the Principal Leaderships utilised in a Hong Kong Special Secondary School Setting in the NSS Educational Reform. International Journal of Education, 7(1), p44-p56.
  • Chim, H. (2015c). Critique of the Research Article "Views from the Chalkface: English Language School-Based Assessment in Hong Kong" by the Researcher "Chris Davison". International Journal of Education, 7(1), p95-p109.

Community Service

2015-16

Date

School

Topic

17-8-2015

Yan Chai Hospital No.2 Secondary School

To strengthen students’ motivation and ability in learning English through the teaching of different subjects

28-8-2015

Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui Primary School (Branch)

Designing IEP for AD/HD students

4-9-2015

Fung Kai Innovative School

Strategies for teaching diverse students in the classroom

 

2016-17

Date

School

Topic

6-4-2016

TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College

How to adopt Execution Function coaching to assist students effective self-control and learning (I)

24-8-2016

S.K.H. St. John’s Primary School

How to design and utilize multi-sensory teaching strategies to enhance the effectiveness of learning strategies

24-10-2016

TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College

How to adopt Execution Function coaching to assist students effective self-control and learning (II)

 

Prof. CHIU Ming Ming

Chair Professor of Analytics & Diversity

(852) 2948 8602
mingchiu@eduhk.hk

Prof. CHIU Ming Ming
Chair Professor of Analytics & Diversity
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(852) 2948 8602
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-15
mingchiu@eduhk.hk
Specialization: Statistical analyses, especially of traditionally qualitative data

Ph. D., University of California, Berkeley
            Education, Mathematics, Science and Technology, 1996
Ed. M., Harvard University, Interactive Technology, 1990
B. S.,    Columbia University, Computer Science, magna cum laude, 1988

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Research Interests

  • Learning analytics
  • Group processes  
  • Inequality
  • Corruption
  • Online sexual predators

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Detecting online sexual predators
  • Automatic analysis of online discussions
  • Special education teacher training and professional development
  • High school counselors and students’ test scores, discipline, and graduation rates

 Selected Refereed Journal Articles

  •  Chiu, M. M., Chow, B. W. Y., & Joh, S. W. (in press). Streaming, tracking and reading achievement: A multilevel analysis of students in 40 countries. Journal of Educational Psychology.
  • Chiu, M. M., & Roberts, C. A. (in press). Improved analyses of single cases: Dynamic multilevel analysis. Developmental Neurorehabilitation.
  • Leko, M., Chiu, M. M., & Roberts, C. (in press). Individual and contextual factors related to secondary special education teachers’ reading instructional practices. Journal of Special Education.
  • Chiu, M. M., Joh, S. W., & Khoo, L. (in press).  The effect of school closure threats on student performance: Evidence from a natural experiment. BE Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy.
  • Chiu, M. M., & Lehmann-Willenbrock, N. (2016). Statistical discourse analysis: Modeling sequences of individual behaviors during group interactions across time
    Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 20, 3, 242-258. doi:10.1037/gdn0000048
  • Chiu, M. M. (2015). Family inequality, school inequalities and mathematics achievement in 65 countries: Microeconomic mechanisms of rent seeking and diminishing marginal returns. Teacher’s College Record, 117, 1, 1-32.

Selected Book Chapters

  • Chiu, M. M. (in press). Learning strategies. In R. J. R. Levesque’s (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Adolescence (2nd ed.). New York: Springer.
  • Chiu, M. M., & * Pawlikowski, M. J. (2013). Social metacognition and micro-creativity.  In E. G. Carayannis’s (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (pp. 1687-1692). New York: Springer.
  • Chiu, M. M. (2013). Parental Involvement. In J. Ainsworth & G. J. Golson’s (Eds.)  Sociology of Education (pp. 570-572). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Chiu, M. M., & Khoo, L. (2008). Effects of resources, inequality, and privilege bias on achievement: Country, school and student level analyses. In P. P. Hick and G. Thomas’s (Eds.) Inclusion and Diversity in Education, vol 2. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [Reprinted from American Educational Research Journal, 42, 575-603]

Other Publications

  • Literacy depends on nurture, not nature (2013, November 13) Medical Xpress
  • Video: Brain Games -Fun ways to teach your child math without leaving the dinner table (2012, April 2). One of the top ten most popular UB videos ever produced (20,000+ views).
  • Family conversations increase student learning (Conversaciones familiares aumentan aprendizajes en alumnus) (2010, August 3) La Tercera
  • Too much confidence equals lower reading scores for teens (2009, July 31) Los Angeles Times.

Community & Professional Services

  • Advisory Board member, mainland China Ministry of Education’s National Assessment of Primary and Secondary Schools, 2015 to present
  • Associate Editor, Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2017 to present

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Dr. CHUNG Yin Han, Eva

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8233
chunge@eduhk.hk

Dr. CHUNG Yin Han, Eva
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 8233
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-12
chunge@eduhk.hk
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Specialization: Community-based inclusive development, person-centered practice, developmental and physical disabilities

Registered Occupational Therapist, Supplementary Medical Professions Council of Hong Kong;

Associated Fellow, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association.

 

PhD, School of Social Work and Occupational Therapy, Curtin University, Australia.

MSSc in Counselling, University of South Australia, Australia.

PDOT, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

 

Eva has been an experienced practitioner in the field of rehabilitation with a specialization in community-based inclusive development. She had previously worked in the SAHK (formerly known as the Spastics Association of Hong Kong) to develop and manage the community-based rehabilitation and family support service for people with developmental and physical disabilities.  She received the scholarship from the SAHK to pursue her PhD study while working in SAHK. Before joining the EdUHK, she had worked in a privately-funded tertiary education institution as an Assistant Professor and Programme Leader to develop, start and lead the second Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Occupational Therapy programme in Hong Kong. Her research interests are community-based inclusive development, program evaluation, person-centered practice and post-disaster rehabilitation.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Counselling
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Community-based practice

 

Research Interests

  • Community-based inclusive development
  • Inclusion and social participation
  • Program evaluation
  • Post-disaster rehabilitation
  • Developmental disabilities

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Exploring effectiveness of robot-assisted instruction to teaching social engagement of school children with autism (Principal Investigator, funded by Departmental Collaborative Research Grant, The Education University of Hong Kong, 2016-2017).
  • Facilitating learning in special education and counselling through problem-based learning incorporated with e-learning (Principal Investigator, funded by Teaching and Development Seed Fund, The Education University of Hong Kong, 2016)
  • Social and Activity Participation of Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) (Principal investigator, Start-up Grant, The Education University of Hong Kong, 2016-2017.)
  • Factors of Inclusion and Participation of People with Disabilities in Community Settings (Principal Investigator, funded by TWC under IDS RGC project named “Delivery and Management of Healthcare Services and Social Services in the Twenty-First Century”, 2014-15)
  • Evaluation of a Post-earthquake Rehabilitation Programme in Sichuan (Principal Investigator, funded by the Hong Kong Red Cross, 2013)
  • Development of a Validated Framework to Describe and Evaluate Community-Based Rehabilitation Practice in Chinese Communities (Principal Investigator, sponsored by the SAHK, 2007-2009.)
  • The Development of a Tool for Guiding Client-Centred Practice in Chinese Communities (Principal Investigator, SAHK, 2007-2008.)
  • Program evaluation of a community-based rehabilitation program in SAHK – a qualitative approach (Principal Investigator, SAHK, 2010.)  
  • Evaluation of four CBR programs in China using the Most Significant Change Technique (Principal Investigator, SAHK, 2009.)
  • Social Support, Burnout and Readiness of Career Change among Part-time Postgraduate Counselling Students in Hong Kong (Principal Investigator, 2000.)
  • Client-Centered Practice for Neurological Clients in Domiciliary Occupational Therapy Service – a Qualitative Study (Principal Investigator, SAHK, 2000.)
  • Development of an Assessment Tool for Upward Mobility in the Employment Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities – a Preliminary Study (Principal Investigator, HKAMH, 1996.)

 

Journal Publications

  • Chung, E. Y., & Packer, T. L. (2016). Outcomes and impact of community-based rehabilitation programmes in Chinese communities. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-5. doi:10.3109/09638288.2016.1161850
  • Chung, E.Y. (2016). “Evaluating the outcomes and impact of a post-earthquake rehabilitation programme”. Qualitative Health Research.
  • Chung, E.Y, & Packer,T.L. (2011). "When East meets West : community-based rehabilitation in Chinese communities." Disability and Rehabilitation 33(8): 697-705.
  • Chung, E.Y, & Packer,T.L. (2011). "A framework for evaluating community-based rehabilitation programmes in Chinese communities." Disability and Rehabilitation 33(17-18): 1668-1682.

 

Conference papers

  • Chung, E.Y. (2015). Evaluation of a Post-earthquake Rehabilitation Program in Sichuan, China. Paper presented at the 6th Asia-Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress, New Zealand.
  • Chung, E.Y., Packer T.L (May 2010). Evaluation of four CBR programs using the Most Significant Change Technique. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Santiago, Chile.
  • Chung, E.Y., Packer T.L (2010). A framework for best community-based rehabilitation programs. Paper presented at the 15th World Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, Santiago, Chile.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2010).  Evaluation of CBR Programs in Chinese Communities.  Paper presented at the 4th Community-Based Rehabilitation Conference, Guangxi, China.
  • Chung, E.Y, & Packer, T.L. (2010) Qualitative evaluation of a community-based rehabilitation program in SAHK. Paper presented at the Occupational Therapy Symposium 2010, Hong Kong.
  • 鍾燕嫻. (2008). 中國及香港社區康復研究經驗分享. 發表於國際助殘中國第二次社區康復研討會, 中國廣西.
  • 鍾燕嫻, 邱貴生 (2006). 「創路自強、實證為本」-智障人士的社區康復策略及實踐. 發表於兩岸四地智障服務研討會, 澳門.
  • 鍾燕嫻, 蕭祖貽 (2006). 智障人士社區康復服務的員工培訓方案. 發表於兩岸四地智障服務研討會, 澳門.
  • Chung, E.Y, Tai, C.M., Su, I, & Wong, P.K. (2000). A client-centered practice for neurological clients in Domiciliary Occupational Therapy Service – a qualitative study.  Paper presented at the Second Pan-Pacific Conference on Rehabilitation: Neurological Rehabilitation, Hong Kong.

 

Books / Book chapters

  • 鍾燕嫻, & 邱貴生. (2009). 「創路自強、實證為本」- 智障人士的社區康復策略及實踐. In Su (Ed), A Collection of Papers and Articles Published by the Staff Members of SAHK in the Past 15 Years (pp. 201-205). Hong Kong: SAHK.
  • 鍾燕嫻, & 蕭祖貽. (2009). 智障人士社區康復服務的員工培訓方案. In Su (Ed), A Collection of Papers and Articles Published by the Staff Members of SAHK in the Past 15 Years (pp. 206-210). Hong Kong: SAHK.
  • 鍾燕嫻(主編). (2007). 家居運動資料冊. 香港: 香港耀能協會.
  • 鍾燕嫻(主編). (2005). 體弱及智障人士家居訓練手冊. 香港: 香港耀能協會.
  • 鍾燕嫻 (2002). 活動策劃指引. 輯錄於李月英編著的老年痴呆症活動策劃手冊 (33-35頁). 香港: 醫院管理局、香港復康會、香港老年痴呆症協會、香港職業治療師協會.
  • 鍾燕嫻 (2002). 康樂活動. 輯錄於李月英編著的老年痴呆症活動策劃手冊 (113-121頁). 香港: 醫院管理局、香港復康會、香港老年痴呆症協會、香港職業治療師協會.

 

Other publications

  • 鍾燕嫻 (2014) 東華學院職業治療課程與世界性的職業治療教育標準.中華職業治療電子期刊.第22 至24 頁
  • 鍾燕嫻 (2010). 情常在. 載於「柏友新知」香港柏金遜症基金季刋, 第16期, p.10.
  • 鍾燕嫻 (2011). 以人為本生活計劃. 載於「柏友新知」香港柏金遜症基金季刋, 第17期.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2002) Domiciliary Therapy Service in the New Millennium.  Hong Kong Occupational Therapy Association Newsletter, Issue Nov 2002, 12-14.

 

Community and Professional Services

  • Invited member, Editorial board, Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy (2009-present)
  • Ad-hoc reviewer : Disability and Rehabilitation
  • Consultancy service to community-rehabilitation programs in China – Guangdong, Guangxi, Beijing, Heilongjiang, Qiqihar, Tibet, Qingdao, Shenzhen, Sichuan, etc. (2008-2013)
  • Program evaluation
  • Chung, E.Y. (2014) Evaluation of a post-earthquake rehabilitation in Sichuan. Hong Kong Red Cross.
  • Workshops (selected)
  • Sinclair, K. & Chung, E.Y. (2014). The fieldwork education perspective: assessing competencies and facilitating change. In Occupational Therapy Education Day, World Occupational Therapy Congress WFOT.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2012). Parent-child relationship, a workshop for parents of a local kindergarten.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2011). Effective learning strategies for preschoolers, a talk for parents of  a local kindergarten.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2011). Emotional challenges of school-aged children, a workshop for parents of a local kindergarten.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2011). Empowerment of people with disabilities in community settings, a workshop for China Disabled People’s Federation, Beijing.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2011). Group work in community-based settings, a workshop for China Disabled People’s Federation, Beijing.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2010). Promoting inclusion and Participation, a seminar for a local university.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2009). Enhancing participation of people with disabilities in local community, a workshop  for Conghua Community-based Rehabilitation Centre, CDPF. 
  • Chung, E.Y. (2009). Person-centered planning for people with developmental disabilities, a seminar in a local university.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2008). Handling of emotional problems of children with disabilities, a workshop for the Qingdao Children’s Welfare Institute.
  • Chung, E.Y. (2005). Client-centered practice, guest lecturing in a local university.
  • Professional affiliations
  • Secretary, Hong Kong Occupational Therapy Association, 2010-2011.
  • Member, Education and Training Sub-committee, Hong Kong Parkinson’s Disease Association, 2010-2011.
  • Member, Working Group on Barrier-free Access, HKOTA, 2006-2008.
  • Coordinator, Working Group on Home-Based Training for People with Intellectual Disabilties, HKOTA, 2003-2006.
  • Coordinator, Working Group on Activity Guide on People with Dementia, HA/HKOTA/HKADA/CRN, 1996-1997.

Ms. Chow Wing Sze, Emily

Lecturer I

(852) 2948 8945
ewschow@eduhk.hk

Ms. Chow Wing Sze, Emily
Lecturer I
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(852) 2948 8945
(852) 2948 7792
D2-1/F-52
ewschow@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Autism Spectrum Disorder

Master of Education (Special)
Master of Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
The Postgraduate Diploma in Education
Bachelor of Commerce

Teaching Areas

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Children with Emotional and Behaviour Problems
  • Supporting Children with Special Needs

Research Interests

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Inclusive Education
  • Special Education

Publications

  • Chao, C. N. G., Chow, E. W. S., Forlin, C., & Ho, F.C. (2017). Improving teachers’ self-efficacy in applying teaching and learning strategies and classroom management to students with special education needs in Hong Kong. Teaching and Teacher Education, 66, 360-369.
  • Sharma, U., & Chow, E. W. S. (2008). The Attitudes of Hong Kong Primary School Principals toward Integrated Education. Asia Pacific Education Review, 9(3), 380-391.

Prof. CHUNG Kien Hoa, Kevin

Chair Professor

(852) 2948 7760
kevin@eduhk.hk

Prof. CHUNG Kien Hoa, Kevin
Chair Professor
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(852) 2948 7760
(852) 2948 7983
B2-1/F-36
kevin@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=17407
Specialisation: Learning difficulties, Inclusive education, Early child development and education

Ph.D., University of New South Wales, Australia
Dip in Asian Studies, University of New South Wales, Australia
B.A / B.Ed (Hons), University of New South Wales, Australia

Teaching areas

  • Learning difficulties
  • Inclusive education

Research Interests

  • Dyslexia
  • Literacy acquisition, assessment and instruction
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Cognitive, social, and emotional development

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

2015-2019    3Es: Early Prevention, Early Identification and Early Intervention: A School-based Support Model of Social-Emotional Development for Kindergarten Children, 2015-2019 [Simon K.Y. Lee Foundation, K.K.H Chung (PI) with C.B.Lam & M. Leung]. Awarded $19 million. 

2016-2018

 

In search of profiles and subtypes of dyslexia in dual-language adolescent readers [General Research Fund (GRF), 2015-2016, K.K.H.Chung (PI) with McBride Catherine.] Awarded $1.7 million.

2016-2018

 

Reducing early literacy differences in preschool children from low-SES families: The effects of an early metalinguistic intervention [Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR), 2015-2018, K.K.H Chung (PI) with Catherine McBride, Ian Lam and Liu Duo]. Awarded $1.9 million 

2016-2018

 

Dialogical reading programme on Chinese language and emergent literacy learning in ethnic minority preschool children in Hong Kong [Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR), 2015-2017, Zhou, Y.L. (PI) with K.K.H Chung & McBride Catherine Alexandra. Awarded$1.3 million

2012-2014   Hong Kong students diagnosed with childhood dyslexia: What is and is not compensated? [General Research Fund (GRF), 2012-2014, K.K.H chung (PI) with Catherine McBride-Chang, & Dennis Molfese].
2013-2015   A longitudinal examination of late-emerging reading difficulties in Hong Kong Chinese Children [General Research Fund (GRF), 2013-2015, K.K.H chung (PI) with C.C-H. Ho, D. W. Chan, S-M. Tsang, & S-H. Lee].
2011-2014   Reading difficulties in Chinese (L1) and English (L2): Co-occurrence and cognitive and perceptual correlates in Hong Kong children [General Research Fund (GRF), 2011-2014, C. A. McBride-Chang (PI) with K.K.H. Chung., & C. Y. Lee].
2012-2013   Theory of Mind Development and Use in Children from Hong Kong and the UK -A Latent Variable Study [Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)/ Research Grants Council (RGC) Joint Research Scheme, 2012-2013, C. Hughes (PI) and Z. Wang (PI), K.K.H. Chung., W. C. Wang., & D. Cheng].
2011-2012   Cognitive-linguistic skills important to Chinese text writing among beginning writers [The University Research Committee, Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research, HKU, 2011-2012, with P.-S. Yeung, (PI), C.S-H. Ho, D.W.Chan, K.K.H.Chung.]. Awarded 80,000

Selected Outputs

2016

 

Tong X., Maurer U., Kevin K.H. Chung, McBride, C. (2016). Neural specialization for print in Chinese-English language learners. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 38, 42-55.

2016

 

Siu, C. T. S., Ho, C. S. H., Chan, D. W. O., & Chung, K. K. H. (2016). Development of word order and morphosyntactic skills in reading comprehension among Chinese elementary school children. Learning and Individual Differences,47, 61-69.

2016

 

Yeung, P. S., Ho, C. S. H., Chan, D. W. O., & Chung, K. K.H. (2016). A componential model of reading in Chinese. Learning and Individual Differences, 45, 11-24.

2015

 

Kalindi, S., McBride, C., Chan, S., Chung, K. K H., Lee, C-Y., & Tong, X. (2015). A short test of word recognition for English language learners. Child Studies in Asia-Pacific Contexts, 5, 95-105. 

2015

 

Liu, D., Chen, X., & Chung, K. K.-H. (2015). Performance in a Visual Search Task Uniquely Predicts Reading Abilities in Third-Grade Hong Kong Chinese Children. Scientific Studies of Reading, 19 (4), 307-324.

2015

 

Kalindi, S. C., McBride, C., Tong, X., Wong, N. L. Y., Chung, K. H. K., & Lee, C. Y. (2015). Beyond phonological and morphological processing: pure copying as a marker of dyslexia in Chinese but not poor reading of English. Annals of dyslexia, 1-16.

2015

 

Chung, K.K.H., (2015). Behavioural self-regulation and its contribution to reading among Chinese poor readers. Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences, 2(1), 5-25.

2014

 

Tong, X, McBride, C., Lee, C.-Y., Zhang, J., Shuai, L., Maurer U., & Chung, K.K.H. (2014). Segmental and suprasegmental features in speech perception in Cantonese-speaking second graders: An ERP study. Psychophysiology, 51, 1158-1168. 

2014

 

Chung, K. K. H., Lo, C. M., Ho, C. S. H., Xiao, X., & Chan, D. W. (2014). Syntactic and discourse skills in Chinese adolescent readers with dyslexia: a profiling study. Annals of Dyslexia, 64, 222-247.

2014

 

Tong, X., McBride, C., Zhang, J., Chung, K. K.H., & Lee, C.-Y., Shuai, L., & Tong, X. (2014). Neural correlates of acoustic cues of English lexical stress in Cantonese-speaking children.  Brain and Language. Online publication:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bandl.2014.09.004

2014   Tong, X., Chung, K. K. H., & McBride, C. (2014). Two-Character Chinese Compound Word Processing in Chinese Children With and Without Dyslexia : ERP Evidence. Developmental Neuropsychology, 39, 285-301.
2014   Yeung, P. -S., Ho, C. S. -H., Chan, D. W., & Chung, K. K. -H. (2014). What are the Early Indicators of Persistent Word Reading Difficulties among Chinese Readers in Elementary Grades?. Dyslexia, 20, 119-145.

Dr. FUNG Suk Chun, Pat

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 7789
fungsc@eduhk.hk

Dr. FUNG Suk Chun, Pat
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 7789
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-13
fungsc@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Animal-assisted Intervention, Counsellor Education

Ed.D., The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M.Ed. (Counselling), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Registered Teacher, Education Bureau, The Government of the HKSAR
Certified Counsellor, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association
Associate Fellow, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association

Teaching Areas

  • Group Counselling
  • School Guidance and Counselling
  • Counselling Theories and Practices

Research Interests

  • Animal-assisted Therapy
  • Animal-assisted Education
  • Humane Education

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Fung, S.C. (2017). An Observational Study on Canine-assisted Play Therapy for Children with Autism: Move Towards the Phase of Manualization and Protocol Development. Global Journal of Health Science. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/gjhs.v9n7p67
  • Fung, S.C. (2016). Canine-assisted Reading Programs for Children with Special Educational Needs: Rationale and Recommendations for the Use of Dogs in Assisting Learning. Educational Review. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00131911.2016.1228611
  • Fung, S.C. (2015). Increasing the Social Communication of a Boy with Autism Using Animal-Assisted Play Therapy: A Case Report. Advances in Mind-Body Medicine. 29(3):27-31.
  • Fung, S.C. (2014). Effect of Animal-Assisted Play Therapy on Facilitating Social Behavior for Children with Autism: A Preliminary Comparison Study. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. 2(2), 40-59.
  • Fung, S. C., & Leung, S. M. (2014). Pilot study investigating the role of therapy dogs in facilitating social interaction among children with autism. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. 44(4), 253-262. doi: 10.1007/s10879-014-9274-z
  • Lau, S. Y. P., & Fung, S. C. (2008). School guidance and counselling in an international context: A reaction paper. Asian Journal of Counselling, 15(2), 207-228.

Book Chapters

  • Fung, S. C. (2017). School-based humane education programme in Hong Kong: Current implementation and future direction. In M.T. Hue (Ed.), School counselling in a Chinese context: Supporting students in need in Hong Kong. New York: Routledge.

  • Fung, S. C. (2017). Therapeutic use of companion animals: Applying animal-assisted therapy in supporting students with special educational needs. In M.T. Hue (Ed.), School counselling in a Chinese context: Supporting students in need in Hong Kong. New York: Routledge.

  • Fung, S. C. (2013). Ethics in School Counselling. In Pattie Y. Y. Luk-Fong & Yuk Ching Lee-Man (Eds.), School Guidance and Counselling: Trends and Practices (pp. 219-238). Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press.
  • 馮淑珍 (2011): 學校輔導的倫理議題,輯於陸方鈺儀、李文玉清編《學校輔導﹕趨勢與實務》,(頁199 – 217) ,香港: 香港大學出版社

Conference Presentations

  • Fung, S. C. (2014, December). Increasing the Social Communication of a Boy with Autism Using Animal-Assisted Play Therapy: A Case Study. Paper presented at International Conference on Education and Psychology (ICEAP) 2014, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Fung, S.C. (2012, March). Animal-Assisted Therapy: an option of the Autism Rehabilitation. Paper presented at Seminar on Autism in Hong Kong 2012, Centre for Special Needs & Studies in Inclusive Education, Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Fung, S. C. (2011, March). The utilization of Animal-Assisted Therapy in facilitating social interaction for children with Autism: an experimental study in Hong Kong. Paper presented at Seminar on Autism in Hong Kong 2011, Centre for Special Needs & Studies in Inclusive Education, Hong Kong Institute of Education.

Other Publications

  • Fung, S. C. (Oct. 2016). The Story of Jingles and Johnny: The Origin of Animal-assisted Therapy. Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association, Newsletter.
  • 馮淑珍 (2016):未夠好、未夠好!我還是未夠好!(自尊感上篇 /中篇 /下篇 ),傾計堂,https://www.facebook.com/thelittleear/?fref=nf
  • 馮淑珍 (2014. 7):融合教育政策與本地專業輔導的發展,香港專業輔導協會,通訊.
  • 馮淑珍 (2006. 7 .10):讚賞:讓人快樂的心靈妙品,月刋《健康教室》,第19期,6-7.
  • 馮淑珍 (2006. 8 .10):爸爸媽媽,你們懂得聽話嗎?,月刋《健康教室》,第20期,12-13.
  • 馮淑珍 (2006. 9 .10):大人都愛自尋煩惱,月刋《健康教室》,第21期,20- 21.
  • 馮淑珍 (2006. 11 .10):你的感覺 你的選擇,月刋《健康教室》,第23期,16-17.
  • 馮淑珍 (2007. 2 .10):生活簡單 足夠便好,月刋《健康教室》,第26期,12-13.

Community & Professional Services

Professional Service

  • Council Member (Honorary Treasurer) of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (2012 till present)
  • Member of Program Accreditation sub-committee of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (2015-2016)
  • Ad Hoc Reviewers:
  1. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders;
  2. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions
  3. Journal of Counselling Profession
  • Panel Member of the HKCAAVQ’s Accreditation Exercise (11/2016 – 1/2017)

Community Service

  • Fung, S.C. (2016, October). An exploration of Animal-assisted Therapy. Talk given at a seminar for counselling professionals, organized by Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association.
  • Fung, S.C. (2016, July). Support Families of Children with Autism. Talk given at a training seminar for social workers, organized by Against Child Abuse.
  • Fung, S.C. (2014, Nov.). Animal-Assisted Therapy: an alternative therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Talk given at a seminar for social workers, organized by Heep Hong Society.
  • Fung, S.C. (2014, Jan.). Support Children with Autism. Talk given at a seminar for voluntary workers, organized by Animals Asia Foundation.
  • Fung, S.C. (2013, Jan.). Characteristics of Children with Autism. Talk given at a seminar for voluntary workers, organized by Animals Asia Foundation.
  • Mentor of Ying Wa Boys (2012/2013). Mentorship Project organized by Ying Wa College.
  • Fung, S.C. (2007, April to May). Self and others. Workshops for students with giftedness in Ying Wa College.
  • Fung, S.C. (2006, Sept.). Personal Growth. Talk given for S.5 students in Ying Wa College.

Dr. HE WU Jing, Mavis

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8547
mavishe@eduhk.hk

Dr. HE WU Jing, Mavis
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 8547
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-19
mavishe@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=139008
Specialisation: Gifted Education and Creativity

BSSc (CUHK), MPhil (CUHK), PhD (CUHK)

Teaching Areas

  • Giftedness
  • Gifted Education
  • Psychology

Research Interests

  • Creativity Development
  • Giftedness and Gifted Education
  • Stress and Coping
  • Cognitive Neuropsychology

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • The immediate and Sustaining Effects of Music Listening on Creativity in Individuals with High vs. Low Overexcitabilities [A project supported by the Research Grants Council (Early Career Scheme 2015/2016), PI, HK$613,620]
  • Evaluation of Infants & Toddler Programs of Simon KY Lee Foundation [A project supported by the Simon KY Lee Children’s Fund 2014-2015; Co-I, hk$320,000]
  • Studying the Mozart Effect in Creativity through the Lens of the Arousal-and-Mood Hypothesis [A project supported by the HKIEd Internal Research Grant 2011-2012; PI, HK$100,000].
  • Promoting Arts Education in Early Childhood Education [A project supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council; Investigator, HK$135,000].
  • A longitudinal study on stress appraisals across school transition in early adolescence [A project supported by the HKIEd Start-up Research Grant 2011-2012; PI, HK$30,000].
  • Creative Partnership between Children’s Art Groups and Primary Schools in Hong Kong: Promoting Creativity and Communication Skills in Schoolchildren [A project supported by CityU Start-up Grant for New Staff 2009-2010; AI, 2009-2010, HK$99,501].
  • The Effect of Short-and Long-Term Progressive Relaxation Exercise on Improving Creativity for College Students with High and Low Anxiety Level [A project supported by City University of Hong Kong FHS Research Grant for Instructors 2005-2006, PI, HK$25,074]

Refereed Journal Articles

  • He, W. J. & Wong, W. C. (2015). Creativity slump and school transition stress: A sequential study fromthe perspective of the cognitive-relational theory of stress. Learning and Individual Differences, 43, 185-190.
  • Hui, A. N. N., He, M. W. J., & Ye, S. S. (2015). Arts education and creativity enhancement in young children in Hong Kong. Educational Psychology, 35 (3), 315-327
  • Wong, W. C., Xu, H., Li, Y., & He, W. J. (2014). What can we know about the creative potentials of teachers and students? What can we hope for in terms of the cultivation of creativity? International Journal of Creativity and Problem Solving, 24, 23-42.
  • He, W. J. & Wong, W. C. (2014). Greater male variability in Overexcitabilities: Domain-Specific Patterns. Personality and Individual Differences, 66, 27-32.
  • He, W. J., Wong, W. C., Li, Y., & Xu, H. (2013). A study of the greater male variability hypothesis in creative thinking in mainland China: Male superiority exists. Personality and Individual Differences, 55(8), 882-826.
  • He, W. J. & Wong, W. C. (2011). Gender differences in creative thinking revisited: Findings from analysis of variability. Personality and Individual Differences, 51(7), 807-811.
  • Hui, A. N. N., Cheung, P. K., Wong, S. T. K., & He, W. J. (2011). How effective is a drama-enhanced curriculum doing to increase the creativity of preschool children and their teachers? Journal of Drama and Theatre Education in Asia, 2(1), 21-48.

Book Chapters

  • Hui, A., He, M., Liu-Au, E., & Ching, C. (2015). Thinking creatively across the lifespan. In R. Wegerif, L. Li, & J. C. Kaufman (Eds.). The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Teaching Thinking (pp. 212-225). London: Routledge.
  • Hui, A. N. N., He, M. W. J., & Liu-Au, E. S. C. (2013). Creativity development in the arts in young and schoolchildren. In A. G. Tan (Ed.), Creativity, Talent and Excellence (pp.75-87). Dordrecht, NL: Springer Science + Business Medic B. V. doi: 10.1007/978-981-4021-93-7_6
  • 許娜娜, 何競, 謝燕娜, 蔡冠軒,李逸鳴 (2012).「幼兒藝術教育倡導計劃」評估報告. 刊於明日藝術教育機構主編 《愛上學–幼兒藝術教育倡導計劃資料冊 》7–40 頁, 香港: 明日藝術教育機構出版.

Community & Professional Services

  • Ad hoc reviewer of academic journals and book publishers (e.g., Learning and Individual Differences, Thinking skills and Creativity, The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, Psychological Reports, Springer)
  • Committee Member of the Curriculum Development Council (Gifted Education), Education Bureau, HKSAR
  • Interviewer for Leadership Selection, The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education
  • Specialist, Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications 
  • Invited Speaker for teacher training seminars and workshops 

Dr. HO Fuk Chuen

Adjunct Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 7777
fcho@eduhk.hk

Dr. HO Fuk Chuen
Adjunct Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 7777
(852) 2948 7794
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fcho@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=14385
Specialisation: Learning Difficulties

Ph.D., University of New South Wales

Profile

Dr Ho is the programme co-ordinator of PDP(CDLN). He was formerly an inspector in the Special Education Inspectorate of the Hong Kong Education Bureau. Dr Ho is now the project leader of three external funded projects in the areas of dyslexia, Theory of Mind and collaborative mode of professional development for teachers in special schools.

Teaching Areas

  • Autism
  • Dyslexia
  • Inclusive Education
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Research Methods

Research Interests

  • Inclusive Education
  • Special Education

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Implementation of Theory of Mind (ToM) Learning Activities: Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2010-2012, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • The QEF Thematic Network Scheme - Serving Students with Dyslexia (3rd phase)  [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2010-2012, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • Study on Equal Learning Opportunities for Students with Special Educational Needs under the Integrated Education System [EOC, 2010-2011, K. Sin (PI), C. Forlin, F.C. Ho, M.L Au & Z. Yan (Co-Is)]

Representative Publications

Scholarly Books, Monograaphs and Chapters

  • Ho, F. C. (2012). Theory of mind III: Teaching children with autism spectrum disorders emotions. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education and the Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho. F. C. (2012). Professional development for teachers of students with autism spectrum disorders in Hong Kong. In C. Forlin (Ed.), Future directions for inclusive teacher education: An international perspective (pp.151-159). New York: Routledge.
  • Ho, F. C. (2012). QEF Thematic Networking - Serving students with dyslexia: Reading and writing strategies IV. Hong Kong: QEF and HKIEd.
  • Ho, F. C. (2012). QEF Thematic Networking - Serving students with dyslexia: Reading and writing strategies III. Hong Kong: QEF and HKIEd.
  • Chu, S. S. W., Chung, K. K. H., & Ho, F. C. (2011). Ka-ho, a case study of dyslexia in China. In Anderson, P. L., & Meier- Hedde, R. (Eds.), International Case Studies of Dyslexia (pp. 46-64). New York: Routledge.
  • Ho, F.C. (2010). A Collaborative Mode of Professional Development for Teachers in Special Schools. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong Special Schools Council and Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F. C. (2010). QEF Thematic Networking - Serving students with dyslexia: Reading and writing strategies II. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F. C. (2010). Writing strategies for students with learning disabilities in Hong Kong. In F. C. Ho (Ed.), QEF Thematic Networking - Serving students with dyslexia: Reading and writing strategies II (ch1,pp. 12-26). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • 何福全、冼權鋒合編(2010):《「合作學習」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 何福全(2010):以合作模式為特殊學校教師作專業發展計劃的理念及施行,何福全編,以合作模式為特殊學校教師作專業發展,(7-15),香港,香港教育學院、香港特殊學校議會、優質教育基金。
  • 何福全(2010):在特殊學校推行的學習圈合作學習計劃,冼權鋒和何福全編,合作學習:在特殊學校的實踐與啟示,(5-14),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒和何福全編(2010):合作學習:在特殊學校的實踐與啟示,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 容佩雯、謝利明和何福全(2010):實踐合作學習以推動音樂教學的效能,冼權鋒和何福全編,合作學習:在特殊學校的實踐與啟示,(15-17),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 梁飛龍和何福全(2010):透過合作學習於體育科中跨越技能訓練,冼權鋒和何福全編,合作學習:在特殊學校的實踐與啟示,(18-22),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • Ho, F. C. (2009). Reflection on using theory of mind to teach children with autism spectrum disorders. In F. C. Ho (Ed.), Theory of Mind II: Teaching Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Emotions (pp.17). Hong Kong: Education Bureau.
  • Ho, F. C. (Ed.) (2009). Theory of Mind II: Teaching Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Emotions. Hong Kong: Education Bureau.
  • Ho, F. C. (2008). Using strategies to teach students with special needs reading and writing. In F. C. Ho (Ed.), School Networking Programme: Reading and Writing Strategies (pp.1-7). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F. C. (Ed.) (2008). School Networking Programme: Reading and Writing Strategies. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education and Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007). Including students with learning disabilities. In S. N. Phillipson (Ed.), Learning Diversity in the Chinese Classroom: Contexts and Practice for Student with Special Needs. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • 何福全(2005):「想法解讀」與自閉症的關係,輯於《融合教育教學資源文集》,(頁3),香港,中華基督教會基順學校。
  • Hui, L.H., Sin, K.F., Ho, F.C. & Chan, H.K. (2004). Partnership in staff development: A school-institute project in Shanghai and Hong Kong. In J. Lee (Ed.). Partnership and Change. The Chinese University Press.
  • Ho, F.C., Heung, W.K., Sin, K.F. & Yip-Ng, S.Y. (Eds.) (2003). Dyslexia: Awareness and Teaching. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Liu, W.Y. & Ho, F.C. (2003). Case analysis. In F.C. Ho and others (Eds.). Dyslexia: Awareness and Teaching. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F.C., Heung, W.K. & Sin, K.F. (2003). Children with dyslexia: Characteristics, assessment and teaching methods. In F.C. Ho and others (Eds.). Dyslexia: Awareness and Teaching. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Tsang, W.F. & Ho, F.C. (2003). Using “Mastery Learning” to teach children with learning difficulties Mathematics. In L.H. Hui & Sin, K.F. (Eds.). SNE Action research. HK: HKIEd. (in Chinese)
  • Sin, K.F., Ho, F.C. & Hui, L.H. (Eds.) (2003). Information Technology in Special Education: Action Research. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Ho, F.C., Cheng-Lau, L.H., Chiu-Ching, T.L., Fung-Fung, W.Y., Sin, K.F. & Yip-Ng, S. Y. (2003). Using Theory of Mind to Teach Children with Autism. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F.C. (2000). Curriculum for Children with mental handicap in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong Association of Workers Serving the People with Mental Handicap (Ed.), Exchange Conference for Workers for the People with Mental handicap in the New Century. Hong Kong.
  • Ho, F.C. (2000). Co-teaching in Inclusive Settings. In K.F. Sin & S.W. Tao (Eds.). Making Integration Successful. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Quality Education Fund.
  • Tse, J., Chiu, H., & Ho, F.C. (1992). An Ecological Curriculum for Students with Mental Retardation. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.

Journal Publications

  • Ho, F. C., & Siegel, L. (in press). A study of the relationships among Chinese multi-character words, sub-types of readers and instructional methods. Journal of Learning Disabilities.
  • 冼權鋒、呂明、晏子、何福全、區美蘭和霍艾蓮 (2013) : 「融合教育制度下殘疾學生的平等學習機會研究」的啟示,《香港特殊教育論壇》,15,頁106-110。
  • Ho, F. C., & Arthur-Kelly, M. (2013, In Press). An evaluation of the collaborative mode of professional development for teachers in special schools in Hong Kong. British Journal of Special Education.
  • Ho, F. C., & Yan, Z. (2013, In Press). Identification of the Patterns of Chinese Character Recognition in Students with Learning Disabilities Requiring Tier-2 Support: A Rasch Analysis. Educational Psychology.
  • Ho, F.C. & Siegel, L. (2012). Identification of sub-types of students with learning disabilities in reading and its implications for Chinese word recognition and instructional methods in Hong Kong primary schools. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 25(7), 1547-1571.
  • Ho, F. C., & Au-Mansukhani, R. H. L. (2010). A collaborative mode of professional development for teachers of special schools in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 12, 37-48.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007). Case study: Using "theory of mind" to teach a student with Autism. Hong Kong Journal of Early Childhood, 6 (1), 25-33.
  • Ho, F.C. & Liu, W.Y. (2005). Teaching children with dyslexia reading and writing in Hong Kong. Proceedings of Hong Kong Red Cross Special Education & Rehabilitation Service 50th Anniversary International Conference.
  • Ho, F.C. (2004). Reading Patterns of Children with Learning Difficulties in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 7, 34-46.
  • Ho, F.C. & Elliott, R. (1999). Role of phonological awareness in teaching dyslexic children to read. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 2, 56-60.

 

Conference Papers

  • Ho, F. C. (2009, June). A collaborative mode of professional development for teachers in special schools. Paper presented at the Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2009, Singapore.
  • Ho, F. C.(2009,5):A school network: Strategies for teaching children with learning disabilities reading and writing.  Paper presented at the International Conference on Reading and Writing: Updating on Managing Dyslexia,Hong Kong。
  • Ho, F. C. (2009, May). Reading errors of reading disabled children with surface and phonological dyslexic patterns in Chinese. Paper presented at the 2009 PANSIG Conference, Japan.
  • Ho, F. C. (2008, December). A discussion of the teaching of children with specific learning disabilities and children with autistic spectrum disorders in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the International Conference on Reading and Writing: Updating on Managing Dyslexia, Macau.
  • Ho, F. C. (2008, November). A school network for serving students with dyslexia in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association Conference 2008, Singapore.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007, November). A comparison of the effectiveness of computer and flash card programme for children with learning disabilities to learn to read. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference 2007, Perth, Australia.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007, August). Effects of analytic and whole-word methods on teaching average and learning disabled readers to read Chinese characters. Paper presented at the 15th European Conference on Reading, Berlin.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007, June). Using "Theory of mind" to teach a student with Autism. Paper presented at the International Forum & Workshop on Autism, Beijing.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007, June). Using different teaching methods to teach children with learning disabilities Chinese characters. Paper presented at the 10th Biennial Conference of International Asoociation of Special Education, Hong Kong.
  • Ho, F. C. (2007, May). Effects of different instructional programmes on teaching children with learning disabilities to read Chinese characters. Paper presented at the Redesigning Pedagogy Conference, Singapore.
  • Mok, M. M. C., Callingham, R., Philipson, S. N., Heene, M., Bond, T. G., & Ho, F. C. (2006, November). Using Rasch measurement for educational research. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Sin, K. F., Ho, F. C., & Leung, Y. W. (2006, November). The analysis of parental expectations and preferences for further education and career placement after the graduation of their children with disabilities. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Ho, F. C., & Bond, T. (2006, June). Evidence of surface and phonological dyslexic patterns in Chinese. Paper presented at the Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium, Hong Kong.
  • Ho, F. C. (2006, May). Using theory of mind to teach children with Autism in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Educational Research Association of Singapore Conference, Singapore.
  • Ho, F. C. (2006, April). The effectiveness of analytic and whole-word approaches for teaching Chinese dyslexic children. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Reading Disability, Canton.
  • Ho, F. C. (2005, December). Incorporating multi-sensory approach into focused word recognition method to teach children with learning difficulties in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Australian Association for Research in Education, Australia.
  • Ho, F. C., & Liu, W. Y. (2005, July). Teaching children with dyslexia reading and writing in Hong Kong. In the Proceedings of Hong Kong Red Cross Special Education & Rehabilitation Service 50th Anniversary International Conference, Hong Kong.

Reports

  • Hui, L.H., Sin, K.F., Chan, H.K., Kwok, D., Dowson, C., Ho, F.C., Tong, C.L., Tsui, K.T. & Wong, V. (2002). The Multiplicity of Handicaps among Students of Aided Schools, Practical Schools and Skills Opportunity Schools. Report to EMB.
  • Dowson, C., Heung, V., Ho, F.C., Hong, A., Hui, P., Luk, P. Sin, K.F., Yip, E. & Yuen, C. (2003). Case Studies of Four Integrated Schools in Hong Kong. Report to the Support Group on Integration Education.
  • Lin, J., Ho, F.C., Chiu-Ching, T.L., Tse, A., Yung, K.K., Leung-Yeung, S., Ng, K.H., Li-Cheung, C. & Fung, C.M. (2002). Constructing a School-based Curriculum on the Basis of Generic Skills (Part 1). Report to CDI, EMB.
  • Lin, J., Ho, F.C., Chiu-Ching, T.L., Tse, A., Yung, K.K., Leung-Yeung, S., Ng, K.H., Li-Cheung, C. & Fung, C.M. (2003). Constructing a School-based Curriculum on the Basis of Generic Skills (part II). Report to CDI, EMB.
  • Ho, F.C. (2010). Networking for Reading and Writing Strategies II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education and Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F.C. (2008). Networking for Reading and Writing Strategies I. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education and Quality Education Fund.
  • Ho, F.C. (2008). Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders to Manage Emotions (ToM). Hong Kong: Education Bureau.
  • Ho, F.C., Heung, W.K. & Sin, K.F. & Yip-Ng, S.Y. (2003). Paradise for word identification. HKIEd and QEF.
  • Ho, F.C., Cheng-Lau, L.H., Chiu-Ching, T.L., Fung-Fung, W.Y., Sin, K.F. & Yip-Ng, So, Y. (2003). Using Theory of Mind (ToM) to Teach Children with Autism.

Past Contributions to Funded Projects

  • The QEF Thematic Network Scheme - Serving Students with Dyslexia (2nd phase)  [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2008-2010, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • Using a Collaborative Mode to Strengthen the Professional Skills of Teachers in Special Schools [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2008-2010, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • Training Theory of Mind Skill to Enhance Social Interaction in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders [Hong Kong Education Bureau (EDB), 2008-2009, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • Using an Analytic vs Whole-word Approach to Teaching Children with Learning Disabilities  [IRG, 2007-2008, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • The QEF Thematic Network Scheme - Serving Students with Dyslexia (1st phase)  [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2006-2008, F.C. Ho (PI)]
  • Teaching Students with Autism: Home-School Partnerships [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2001-2003, F.C. Ho (PI), L. Cheng, R. Chiu, A. Fung, K. Sin, & S.Y Yip-Ng (Co-Is)]
  • Dyslexia: Awareness and Teaching [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2000-2002, F.C. Ho (PI), K. Sin, V. Heung & S.Y Yip-Ng (Co-Is)]

Community & Professional Services

  • Member of CDC Committee on Special Educational Needs, Curriculum Developmental Institute, EDB (2007 to present)
  • Reviewer of the articles for New Horizons in Education, Australian Association for Research in Education, Evaluation and Research in Education, Reading and Writing, Educational psychology

Dr. JIANG Da

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8659
djiang@eduhk.hk

Dr. JIANG Da
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 8659
(852) 2948 7794
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djiang@eduhk.hk
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Specialisation: Development Psychology, Emotion and Emotion Regulation, Lifespan Development

Ph.D., The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M. Phil., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Teaching Areas

  • Developmental Psychology
  • Emotional and behavioural problems

Research Interests

  • Emotion and emotion regulation
  • Well-being across the lifespan
  • The role of culture on lifespan development

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Can Being Alone Benefit the Mental Health of Older Adults? The Roles of Culture and Migration, funded by South China Programme Research Grant of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Co-Investigator; 2015-2017).
  • Daily Marital Interaction and Older Adults’ Short-term and Long-term Well-being, funded by Direct Grant of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. (Co-Investigator; 2012-2014).

 Refereed Journal Articles

  • Tsai, J. L., Ang, J. Y. Z., Blevins, E., Goemandt, G., Fung, H. H., Jiang, D., Elliott, J., Kolzer, A., Uchida, Y., Lee, Y., Lin, Y., Zhang, X., Govindama, Y., Haddouk, L. (2016). Leaders’ smiles reflect cultural differences in ideal affect. Emotion, 16, 183-195. doi: 10.1037/emo0000133.
  • Jiang, D., Fung, H. H., Sims, T., Tsai, J. L., & Zhang, F. (2016). Limited Future Time Increases the Value of Calm. Emotion, 16, 52-62. doi: 10.1037/emo000009
  • Jiang, D., Li, T., & Hamamura, T. (2015). Societies’ tightness moderates age differences in moral judgment. European Journal of Ageing, 12, 333-340. doi: 10.1007/s10433-015-0346-z
  • Sims, T., Tsai, J. L., Jiang, D., Wang, I., Fung, H. H., & Zhang, X. (2015). Wanting to Maximize the Positive and Minimize the Negative: Implications for Affective Experience in American and Chinese Contexts. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109,292-315. doi: 10.1037/a0039276
  • Chan, S., Jiang, D., & Fung, H. H. (2015). Role conflict and satisfaction in work-family context: Age differences in the moderating effect of role commitment. PsyCh Journal, 4, 20-27.
  • Wong, L. P., Fung, H. H., & Jiang, D. (2015). Associations between Death Attitudes and Religiosity: Differences between Christians and Buddhists? Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 7, 70-79. doi:10.1037/a0037993
  • Tam, K-P., Lau, H-P & Jiang, D. (2012). Culture and subjective well-being: A dynamic constructivist view. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, (43),23-31. doi: 10.1177/0022022110388568
  • Jiang, D., Wang, X. R., Fu L., & Zhou, R. L. (2008). The implicit altruistic attitude and altruism behavior. Psychological Science, 1, 79-82. (Chinese)
  • Jiang, D. (2008). The Cognitive Aging: Comparisons of the newly developed models. Chinese Journal of Convalescent Medicine, 5, 383-384.
  • Zhuo, R., & Jiang, D. (2007). Concerning the Mental Imbalance of the Peasant-Workers. Research of the Youth, 2, 22-24.

Book Chapters

  • Jiang, D., Chan, M. C., Lu, M., & Fung, H. H. (in press). Grandparenthood in the Encyclopedia of Geropsychology, Nancy A. Pachana (Ed). Springer
  • Fung, H. H., & Jiang, D. (2016). Cross-cultural Psychology of Aging. In W. Schaie & S. Willis, (Ed.). Handbook of the Psychology of Aging (8th ed.)(pp. 323-334). Elsevier. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-411469-2.00017-0 


Conference Papers

  • Jiang, D., Hosking, D., Burns, R., & Anstey, K. J. (2016, November) How Does Volunteering Benefit Life Satisfaction and Cognitive Functioning in Older Adults? Poster presented at the 69th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society Association (GSA), New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Jiang, D., Hosking, D., Burns, R., & Anstey, K. J. (2016, November) Volunteering Benefits Life Satisfaction and Cognitive Functioning in Older Adulthood: The Role of Social Network Size? Poster presented at the 15th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
  • Jiang, D., & Fung, H. (2015, January). Future Time Perspective and Ideal Affect. Oral presentation conducted at the U.S.-Hong Kong 2015 Conference: Putting Aging Research and Clinical Practice in Cultural Context, Hong Kong.
  • Jiang, D., & Fung, H. (2014, November). The Relation Between Future Time Perspective and Ideal Affect. Oral presentation conducted at the 13th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing, Adelaide, Australia.
  • Jiang, D., Fung, H. H., Sims, T., & Tsai, J. L. (2014, November). Hong Kong Chinese Regulate Actual Affect Based on Ideal Affect. In T. Sims (Chair), May the Source Be with You: Motivational Sources of Optimizing Health and Well-Being in Old Age. Symposium conducted at the 67th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society Association (GSA), Washington, DC, USA.
  • Jiang, D., & Fung, H. H. (2014, November). Who I Am Is Because of What I Want to Feel? The Role of Ideal Affect on Personality Changes Across Adulthood. Poster presented at the 67th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society Association (GSA), Washington, DC, USA.
  • Jiang, D., Fung, H. H., Sims, T., & Tsai, J. L. (2014, August). Emotion Regulation Across Adulthood: The Role of Ideal Affect. Invited talk at the International Symposium on Psychology of Aging, Beijing, China.
  • Jiang, D., Zhang, F., Sims, T., Fung, H., & Tsai, J. L. (2014, July) Future Time Perspective Influence Age Differences in Ideal Affect. Oral presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), Reims, France.
  • Jiang, D., Fung, H. H., Sims, T., & Tsai, J. L. (2013, November). Does Conscientiousness Always Benefit Life Satisfaction: The Moderating Role of Future Time Perspective. In H. H. Fung (Chair), Personal Attributes and Their Impacts on Adult Development. Symposium conducted at the 66th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society Association (GSA), New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Jiang, D., & Fung, H. H. (2013, August). Does Conscientiousness Always Benefit Life Satisfaction: The Moderating Role of Future Time Perspective. Oral presentation at the 8th Chinese Psychologist Conference, Beijing, China.
  • Jiang, D., & Fung, H. H. (2013, June). The Moderating Role of Future Time Perspective in the Relationship Between Conscientiousness and Life Satisfaction. Poster presented at the Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS) Annual Conference, Hong Kong, China.
  • Jiang, D., Sit, I. M., Fung, H. H., & Tsai. J. L. (2012, November). Age differences in ideal affect: Do older people value the same affect as younger people? In H. H. Fung (Chair), Outcomes of Age Differences in Emotional Goals. Symposium conducted at the 65th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society Association (GSA), San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Jiang, D., & Yik, M. (2009, May). What affective feelings do Chinese want to feel? Poster presented at the 2009 APS Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Symposium entitled “Aging in Culture” (2015, January) to be conducted at the U.S.-Hong Kong 2015 Conference: Putting Aging Research and Clinical Practice in Cultural Context, Hong Kong.
  • Symposium entitled “Attitudes Toward Aging Across Cultures” (2015, January) to be conducted at the U.S.-Hong Kong 2015 Conference: Putting Aging Research and Clinical Practice in Cultural Context, Hong Kong.

Community & Professional Services

  • Ad Hoc Reviewer for: Psychology and Aging, Emotion, Australian Journal of Psychology, Journal of Adult Development.
  • Reviewer for: Annual meetings of Gerontological Society of America in 2015 and 2016; International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics in 2017

Dr. KAM Chi Shan, Anna

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8194
annakam@eduhk.hk

Dr. KAM Chi Shan, Anna
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 8194
(852) 2948 7794
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annakam@eduhk.hk
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Specialisation: Audiology, Aural Rehabilitation and Tinnitus, Automated Hearing Screening

AuD, Central Michigan University, USA
MBA, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
MSc (Audiology) , The University of Hong Kong
BSc (Speech & Hearing Sciences), The University of Hong Kong
Fellow of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology
Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology 

Dr Anna Kam obtained her doctorate degree in Audiology in The Central Michigan University. She is an audiologist and also has a bachelor degree in speech pathology.  She was the Vice-Chairperson of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology during 2000-2004 and she is the Vice-Chairperson of the Continuing Professional Development Board of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology (2014-2020). Her research interests include advanced technologies in aural rehabilitation, automated hearing screening, tinnitus management and auditory processing.

Teaching Areas

  • Audiology
  • Speech, language and communication disorders

Research Interests

  • Advanced technologies in aural rehabilitation
  • Automated hearing screening
  • Tinnitus management
  • Auditory processing

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Efficacy of amplification with hearing aids for tinnitus relief: a randomized controlled trial. (Principle Investigator, General Research Fund 2018 – 2020)
  • Intervention efficacy of assistive listening devices for Chinese children with dyslexia – a randomized controlled trial. (Principle Investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund 2017 – 2019)
  • Efficacy of neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for tinnitus relief: a randomized controlled trial. (Principle Investigator, General Research Fund 2014 – 2017)
  • Cross-cultural adaptation of the Tinnitus Functional Index for measuring chronic tinnitus in Hong Kong Chinese. (Principle Investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund 2014 – 2015)
  • Development of computer-based tools for clinical assessment of speech, hearing and language disabilities. (Co-investigator, Innovation and Technology Fund 2015 – 2017)
  • Efficacy of customized filtered sound for tinnitus relief: a randomized controlled trial. (Principle Investigator, General Research Fund 2013 – 2016)
  • Intervention efficacy for children with asymptomatic bilateral sensorineural hearing loss – a randomized controlled trial. (Principle Investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund 2011 – 2014)
  • Translation and validation of the Chinese Hyperacusis Questionnaire. (Principle Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research 2013/2014)
  • Hearing screening for preschoolers in Shanghai. (Co-investigator, funded by the Xinhua Hospital, Shanghai Jiao Tong University 2012/2013)
  • Clinical evaluation of a computerized self-administered tinnitus measurement system. (Principle Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research 2012 – 2013)
  • Can hearing impaired and mainstream populations benefit from new technology implemented on mobile phone? (Co-investigator, funded by the Mobile Manufacturers Forum 2012/2013)
  • Installation of a balance assessment and rehabilitation system in the hearing and balance rehabilitation centre for the elderly in Hong Kong. (Co-investigator, funded by the Kadoorie Charitable Foundation 2011 – 2013)
  • Clinical evaluation of a computerized automated hearing test and audio signal modification system. (Principle Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research 2011 – 2013)
  • Hearing screening for school age children in Longgang District of Shenzhen. (Principle Investigator, funded by the Health Bureau of the Longgang District, Shenzhen, PRC 2010 – 2012)
  • Neural activity underlying tinnitus generation. (Principle Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research 2010 – 2012)
  • Translation and validation of two Chinese psychometric assessment devices for patients with tinnitus. (Principle Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research 2009/2010)
  • Study of auditory processing ability in young and older Cantonese-speaking adults by dichotic listening tests. (Principle Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research 2007/2008)
  • Piloting divided-attention versus directed-attention dichotic listening and alternating inter-aural listening development in children: A step towards identifying Cantonese-speaking children with Auditory Processing Disorder. (Co-investigator, HKIEd Internal Research Grant 2011/2012)
  • Customized Enhanced Sound (CE Sound), Sentinel Speech. (Co-investigator, CUHK Patent Committee – Downstream Development Fund 2010/2011)

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C., & van Hasselt, C. A. (2017). Improving mobile phone speech recognition by personalized amplification – application in people with normal hearing and mild-to-moderate hearing loss. Ear and Hearing, 38(2):e85-e92.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Li, L.K.C., Yeung, K.N.K., Wu, W., Huang, Z., Wu, H., & Tong, M.C.F. (2014). Automated hearing screening for preschool children. Journal of Medical Screening, 21(2):71-75.
  • Karunarathne, K., So, R., & Kam, A.C.S. Alarm vigilance in the presence of 80 dBA pink noise with negative signal-to-noise ratios. Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2014, 443-449.
  • Wu, W., Lu, J., Li, Y., Kam, A.C.S., Tong, M.C.F., Huang, Z., & Wu, H. (2014). A new hearing screening system for preschool children. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 78:290-295.
  • Kam, A. C. S., Gao, H., Li, L. K. C., Zhao, H., Qiu, S., & Tong, M. C. F. (2013). Automated hearing screening for childrenA pilot study in china. International Journal of Audiology, 52(12):855-860.
  • 吳文瑾, 黃治物, 呂靜榮, 甘志珊, 唐志輝, 吳皓. (2013). 智能聽力篩查系統在學齡前兒童聽力篩查中的應用. 聽力學及言語疾病雜誌 (The Smart Hearing System for hearing screening of preschool children. Journal of Audiology and Speech Pathology). 21(2):118-120.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C., & van Hasselt, C. A. (2012). Clinical evaluation of a computerized self-administered hearing test.  International Journal of Audiology, 51(8):606-10.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Yu, J.K.Y., & Tong, M.C.F. (2012). Clinical evaluation of a fully implantable hearing device in six patients with mixed and sensorineural hearing loss. Clinical Otolaryngology, 37(3):240-244.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2012). A screening tool for tinnitus related distress – the Chinese version of the Mini Tinnitus Questionnaire. Clinical Otolaryngology, 37(3):234-237.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2012). Hearing aid outcomes in Chinese adults: clinical application and psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Satisfaction with Amplification in Daily Life Questionnaire. International Journal of Audiology, 51(6):450-455.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Ng, I.H.Y., Cheng, M.M.Y., Wong, T.K.C., & Tong, M.C.F. (2012). Evaluation of the ClearVoice™ strategy in adults using HiResolution Fidelity 120® sound processing. Clinical Experimental Otorhinolaryngology, 5, Suppl 1:S89-S92.
  • 甘志珊, 楊銀金, 甘炳基. (2011). 非鎮靜聽性腦幹反應技術的臨床應用有效性分析. 聽力學及言語疾病雜誌 (Clinical evaluation of the non-sedated auditory brainstem response technology. Journal of Audiology and Speech Pathology). 19(5):459-461.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. (2011). Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Chinese Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit. International Journal of Audiology, 50(5):334-339.
  • Kam, A.C.S., & Keith, R.W. (2010). Aging Effect on Dichotic Listening of Cantonese. International Journal of Audiology, 49(9):651-656.
  • Yu, J.K.Y, Ng, I.H.Y., Kam, A.C.S., Wong, T.K.C., Wong, E.C.M., Tong, M.C.F., Yu, H.C., & Yu, K.M. (2010). The universal neonatal hearing screening (UNHS) program in Hong Kong: The outcome of a combined otoacoustic emissions and automated auditory brainstem response screening protocol. Hong Kong Journal of Paediatrics, 15:2-11.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Cheung, A.P.P., Chan, P.Y.B., Leung, E.K.S., Wong, T.K.C., van Hasselt, C.A. & Tong, M.C.F. (2009). Psychometric Properties of the Chinese (Cantonese) Tinnitus Handicap Inventory. Clinical Otolaryngology, 34, 309-315.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Cheung, A.P.P., Chan, P.Y.B., Leung, E.K.S., Wong, T.K.C., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. (2009). Psychometric Properties of a Chinese (Cantonese) Version of the Tinnitus Questionnaire. International Journal of Audiology, 48, 568-575.
  • 唐志輝、 甘志珊、 伍凱怡、 余家燕、 LEE Ting Hon、 高晗 及 尹懷信. (2009).婴幼儿、青少年和老人听力筛查-香港经验. 中國醫學文摘耳鼻咽喉科學 (Hearing screening in infants, adolescents and elderly – Hong Kong experience. News and Reviews) 24(1):18-20
  • 甘志珊 (2006). 聽障及認知退化/心理聲學聽性處理障礙老齡人士的聽力補償. 聽力學及言語疾病雜誌. (Audiological management for elderly with hearing, cognitive and psychoacoustic impairment. Journal of Audiology and Speech Pathology), 14:456-458.
  • Yuen, K.C.P., Kam, A.C.S., & Lau, P.S.H., (2006). Comparative performance of an adaptive directional microphone system and a multichannel noise reduction system. Journal of American Academy of Audiology, 17:241-252.
  • Kam, A.C.S., & Wong, L.L.N., (1999). Comparison of performance with wide dynamic range compression and linear amplification. Journal of American Academy of Audiology, 10(8):445-457.

Book Chapter

  • Kam, A.C.S. & Wong, L.L.N. (2015). Evaluation of a fully implantable hearing device. M. Valente & L. M. Valente, Adult Audiology Casebook (212-217). New York: New York: Thieme Medical Publishers.

Conference papers

  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.Y.B., Cheung, A.P.P., & Tong, M.C.F. (2017, June). Cross-cultural adaptation of the Tinnitus Functional Index for measuring chronic tinnitus in Hong Kong Chinese. Paper presented at the Health Research Symposium 2017, Hong Kong.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2017, May) Sound of Silence from the Brain– tinnitus management. Invited presentation at the International Symposium for Brain and Education. Hong Kong.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2017, May). Clinical evaluation of customized filtered sound for tinnitus relief. Paper presented at the 1st World Tinnitus Congress, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.Y.B., Cheung, A.P.P., & Tong, M.C.F. (2017, May). Validation of the Chinese Tinnitus Functional Index. Paper presented at the 1st World Tinnitus Congress, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Chan M.T.V., Bhatia K.S.S., Tong M.C.F. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2017, May). Clinical evaluation of neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for tinnitus relief: preliminary findings. Paper presented at the 1st World Tinnitus Congress, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2016, October) Sound of Silence – latest evidence in tinnitus management. Keynote presented at the Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium, Hong Kong. 
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Yeung, K.N.K. (2016, September). Clinical evaluation of frequency compression technology in amplification. Paper presented at the XXXIII World Congress of Audiology, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Chan M.T.V., Bhatia K.S.S., Tong M.C.F. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2016, September). Efficacy of neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for tinnitus relief: A pilot study. Paper presented at the XXXIII World Congress of Audiology, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Chan M.T.V., Bhatia K.S.S., Tong M.C.F. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2016, August). Efficacy of neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for tinnitus relief: A pilot study. Paper presented at the 30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP), Dublin, Ireland.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2016, August). Efficacy of customized filtered sound for tinnitus relief: a randomized controlled trial. Paper presented at the 30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP), Dublin, Ireland.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.Y.B., Cheung, A.P.P., & Tong, M.C.F. (2016, March). Validation of the Chinese Tinnitus Functional Index. Paper presented at the 10th International Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference, Nottingham, UK.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C., & van Hasselt, C.A. (2016, March). Efficacy of customized filtered sound for tinnitus relief: a randomized controlled trial. Paper presented at the 10th International Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference, Nottingham, UK.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2015, October). Clinical evaluation of frequency compression technology in amplification. Paper presented at the 9th Asia Pacific Conference of Speech, Language and Hearing, Guangzhou, PRC.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2015, October). Validation of the Chinese Tinnitus Functional Index. Paper presented at the 9th Asia Pacific Conference of Speech, Language and Hearing, Guangzhou.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C., & van Hasselt, C. A.  Improving mobile phone perception by implementing automated customized enhanced technology – application in people with and without hearing loss. Abstract of the 10th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implants and Related Sciences, Beijing, PRC, 30th April – 3rd May 2015: 20.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Yeung, K.N.K. Clinical evaluation of frequency compression technology.  Abstract of the 10th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implants and Related Sciences, Beijing, PRC, 30th April – 3rdMay 2015: 30.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. Improving mobile phone perception by implementing automated customized enhanced technology – application in people with and without hearing loss.  Abstract of the Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2014, Hong Kong, 11th – 12th Oct 2014: 36.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan,P.K.Y., Cheung, A.P.P., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. Tinnitus in Hong Kong Chinese – Findings in 329 Outpatients".  Abstract of the Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2014, Hong Kong, 11th – 12th Oct 2014: 54
  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.K.Y., Cheung, A.P.P., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. Evaluation of a self-administered tinnitus management system. Abstract of the Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2014, Hong Kong, 11th – 12th Oct 2014: 53.
  • Kam, A.C.S, Leung, E.K.S., Chan,P.K.Y., Cheung, A.P.P., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. Tinnitus in Hong Kong Chinese – Findings in 329 Outpatients".  Paper presented at the XIth International Tinnitus Seminar, Berlin, 23rd May 2014.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.K.Y., Cheung, A.P.P., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. Hyperacusis in Hong Kong Chinese – Findings with the Hyperacusis Quesionnaire. Paper presented at the XIth International Tinnitus Seminar, Berlin, 23rd May 2014.
  • Karunarathne, K., So, R., & Kam, A.C.S. Alarm vigilance in the presence of 80 dBA pink noise with negative signal-to-noise ratios. Paper presented at the International Conference on Ergonomics and Human factors 2014, Southampton, 4th April 2014.
  • Karunarathne, K., So, R., & Kam, A.C.S. Effects of presentation method and duration on alarm detection threshold in the presence of loud pink noise.  Paper presented in the 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Rhode Island, USA, April 2014.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.K.Y., Cheung, A.P.P., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A. Evaluation of a self-administered tinnitus management system. Paper presented at the 8th International TRI Tinnitus Conference, Auckland, 10th March 2014.
  • Kam, A.C.S. Evidence-based practice in tinnitus treatment. Invited presentation at the Audiology for Tomorrow – International Conference on Recent Developments in Audiology, Hong Kong, 30th Nov– 1st Dec 2013
  • Kam, A. C. S. Impact of mild hearing loss on school children. Abstract of the Audiology for Tomorrow – International Conference on Recent Developments in Audiology, Hong Kong, 30th Nov– 1st Dec 2013: 212.
  • Kam, A. C. S., Gao, H., Li, L. K. C., Zhao, H., Qiu, S., & Tong, M. C. F. Automated hearing screening for children: A pilot study in china. Abstract of the Audiology for Tomorrow – International Conference on Recent Developments in Audiology, Hong Kong, 30thNov– 1st Dec 2013: 202.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. Clinical evaluation of a computerized self-administered hearing test.  Abstract of the 4th World Chinese Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery Conference, Hong Kong, 14th – 15th June 2013: 112.
  • Kam, A. C. S., Gao, H., Li, L. K. C., Zhao, H., Qiu, S., & Tong, M. C. F. Automated hearing screening for children: A pilot study in china. Abstract of the 4th World Chinese Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery Conference, Hong Kong, 14th – 15th June 2013: 117.
  • 吳文瑾, 黃治物,呂靜榮,甘志珊,唐志輝,吳皓. (2013). 智能聽力篩查系統在學齡前兒童聽力篩查中的應用. Abstract of the 4th World Chinese Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery Conference, Hong Kong, 14th –15th June 2013: 101.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. Clinical evaluation of a computerized self-administered tinnitus measurement system.  Abstract of the First International Conference on Hyperacusis, London, UK, 1st – 2nd March 2013: 15.
  • Kam, A.C.S. A screening tool for tinnitus related distress – the Chinese version of the Mini Tinnitus Questionnaire. Abstract of the First International Conference on Hyperacusis, London, UK, 1st – 2ndMarch 2013:15-16.
  • Kam, A.C.S. Evidence-based practice in tinnitus treatment. Invited presentation at the International Tinnitus Forum, Taiwan, 14th October 2012: 19.
  • Kam, A.C.S. A screening tool for tinnitus related distress – the Chinese version of the Mini Tinnitus Questionnaire. Abstract of the CUHK Speech and Hearing Symposium 2012, Hong Kong, 6th October 2012: 57.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Tong, M.C.F. Automated hearing screening for school children – a pilot study in China. Abstract of the CUHK Speech and Hearing Symposium 2012, Hong Kong, 6th October 2012: 49.
  • Wang, D., Shi, L., Kam, A.C.S., Ahuja, A.T. & Tong, M.C.F. Statistical neuroanatomical changes detected in MRI of tinnitus patients. Abstract of the CUHK Speech and Hearing Symposium 2012, 6th October 2012: 67.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. Clinical evaluation of a computerized self-administered tinnitus measurement system.  Abstract of the International Conference on Tinnitus, Bruges, Belgium, 13th – 16th 2012: 21.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Tong, M.C.F. & van Hasselt, C. A. Validation of the Chinese Mini Tinnitus Questionnaire.  Abstract of the International Conference on Tinnitus, Bruges, Belgium, 13th – 16th 2012: 32.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. Clinical evaluation of a computerized self-administered hearing test.  Abstract of the AHS 2012 Conference, Cernobbio (Como Lake), Italy, 7th – 9th June 2012: 10.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Tong, M.C.F. Automated hearing screening for school children – a pilot study in China. Abstract of the NHS 2012 Conference, Cernobbio (Como Lake), Italy, 5th – 7th June 2012: 63.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Yu, J.K.Y. & Tong, M.C.F.  Clinical Evaluation of a Fully Implantable Hearing Device.  Abstract of the 8th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Daegu, Korea, 25th – 28th October 2011: 299.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Luk, B.P.K., Cheng, M.M.Y., Wong, T.K.C. & Tong, M.C.F. Evaluation of the ClearvoiceTM Strategy in Adults Using HiResolution Fidelity 120Ò Sound Processing. Abstract of the 8th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Daegu, Korea, 25th – 28th October 2011: 184.
  • 甘志珊.  非鎮靜腦幹誘發電位技術的臨床應用核實研究.   論文發表於《第三屆上海耳科學及聽力學國際會議暨第十一屆聽力國際年會》主辦機構為上海交通大學耳科學研究所, 聽力國際中國分部,  51 頁. 中國上海, 2011.10.21.
  • 甘志珊. 全植入式助聽器的成效評估.  論文發表於《第三屆上海耳科學及聽力學國際會議暨第十一屆聽力國際年會》主辦機構為上海交通大學耳科學研究所, 聽力國際中國分部, 48 頁. 中國上海, 2011.10.21.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Keith, R.W. Aging Effect on Dichotic Listening of Cantonese. Abstract of Audiology Workshop of the 2010 CUHK ENT Conference, Hong Kong, 15th October 2010.
  • 甘志珊. <耳鳴問卷中文版的研譯與臨床應用>. 論文發表於 《全國耳鳴疾病診療新進展學習班》, 主辦機構為首都医科大学附属北京同仁医院, 136. 中國延安, 2010.07.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Keith, R.W. Aging Effect on Dichotic Listening of Cantonese. Abstract of the Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium 2010, Hong Kong, 8th May 2010.
  • 甘志珊. 全植入式助聽器的成效評估.  Abstract of《第88屆台灣耳鼻喉科醫學會學術演講會暨兩岸耳科論壇》, 台中, 台灣, 1st May 2010:30.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Tong, M.C.F., Lam, C.K., Wong, K.C., Yu, K.Y., Ng, H.Y. & van Hasselt, C.A. Evaluation of a Totally Implantable Hearing Device: Retrospective Study of Patients Implanted in Hong Kong.  Abstract of the XXXth International Congress of Audiology, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 28th March – 1st April 2010:53.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Keith, W.R. Aging effect on dichotic listening of Cantonese.  Abstract of the XXXth International Congress of Audiology, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 28th March – 1st April 2010: 61.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Ng, I.H.Y., Wong, T.K.C., Yu, J.K.Y. & Tong, M.C.F. Hearing Aid Satisfaction and Benefit in a Group of Users with Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. Abstract of the 10th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness, Bangkok, Thailand, 4th – 7th August 2009:66.  
  • Kam, A.C.S., Cheung, A.P.P., Chan, P.Y.B., Leung, E.K.S., Wong, T.K.C., van Hasselt, C.A., & Tong, M.C.F. A Psychometric Study on Tinnitus Complaints with the Chinese Tinnitus Questionnaire. Abstract of the 10th Asia pacific Congress on Deafness, Bangkok, Thailand, 4th – 7th August 2009:70.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Cheung, A.P.P., Chan, P.Y.B., Leung, E.K.S., Wong, T.K.C., Tong, M.C.F., & van Hasselt, C.A.  Psychometric Properties of a Chinese (Cantonese) Version of the Tinnitus Questionnaire. Abstract of in the 9th European Federation of Audiology Societies, Tenerife, Spain, 21st – 24th June 2009:74.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Keith, W.R. Recognition of Dichotic Double Digits in Young and Elderly Cantonese-Speaking Listeners. Abstract of the 9th European Federation of Audiology Societies, Tenerife, Spain, 21st – 24th June 2009:80.
  • 甘志珊、余家燕、伍凱怡、唐志辉、余啟文. 新生兒出生100小時內以多頻探測音進行聲阻抗測驗的正常值. Abstracts of 全國新生兒、嬰幼兒及兒童聽力篩查、診斷、干預暨第三次助聽器驗配技術學術會議, Huangshanshi, China, 26th – 28th June 2008:136
  • Kam, A.C.S., Ng, I.H.Y., Wong, T.K.C., Yu, J.K.Y. & Tong, M.C.F. Hearing Aid Satisfaction and Benefit in a Group of Users with Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. Abstracts of XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, 8th – 12th June 2008:41
  • Kam, A.C.S., Cheung, A., Chan, P., Leung, E., Wong, T.K.C. & Tong, M.C.F.  Translation and Validation of Two Chinese Psychometric Assessment Devices for Patients with Tinnitus. Abstracts of XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, 8th– 12th June 2008:86
  • Yu, J.K.Y., Kam, A.C.S., Ng, I.H.Y., Tong, M.C.F. & Wong, T.K.C. Normative Tympanometry Using 226Hz, 678Hz and 1,000 Hz Probe Tones in Chinese Neonates during the First 100 Hours of Life. Abstracts of XXIX International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, 8th – 12th June 2008:83
  • Yu, J.K.Y., Ng, I.H.Y., Kam, A.C.S., Tong, M.C.F., Wong, T.K.C., Yu, K.M., Yu, H.C. & Wong, E. A Review of Two Neonatal Hearing Screening Programmes in Hong Kong. Abstracts of XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, 8th– 12th  June 2008:45
  • Ng, I.H.Y., Tong, M.C.F., Kam, A.C.S., Yu, J.K.Y. Compliance of Adolescents to a School Hearing Screening Campaign. Abstracts of XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, 8th– 12th June 2008:84
  • Yeung, N.K. & Kam, A.C.S. (2006). Outcome measurement of recent FM technologies for hearing impaired adults in Hong Kong. Poster presentation in the Hearing Care for Adults: International Conference, Chicago, USA.
  • Yuen, K.C.P., Kam, A.C.S. & Lau, P.S.H., (2005). Comparative performance between an adaptive directional microphone system and a multi-band noise reduction system from two hearing aid prescriptions in the same digital hearing instrument. Presented in the Research Podium in the 17th Annual Convention & Expo of the American Academy of Audiology, Washington, USA .
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Kam, P.K., (2004). Using ASSR threshold to fit digital instrument for children. Paper presented at the International Conference on Recent Development in Paediatric Audiology, Hong Kong, PRC.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Kam, P.K., (2004). Outcome measures of digital hearing aid benefit in children with severe to profound hearing loss. Paper presented at the International Conference on Recent Development in Paediatric Audiology, Hong Kong, PRC.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Kam, P.K., (2004). Using ASSR threshold to fit digital instrument for children. Poster presentation in the 16th Annual Convention & Expo of the American Academy of Audiology, Salt Lake City, USA.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2003). Outcome measures of digital hearing aid benefit in children with severe to profound hearing loss. Paper presented at the 5th Hearing International Scientific Conference, Beijing, PRC.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Wong, L.L.N., (1998). Comparison of performance with wide dynamic range compression and linear amplification. Poster presentation in the 10th Annual Convention & Expo of the American Academy of Audiology, Los Angeles, USA.

Other Publications

  • Chung, K., Kam, A.C.S., Chan, J. & Wong, L. (2012). A hearing report from Hong Kong. Audiology Today, 24(1):44-51.

Patent Granted

  • "Method and System for Self-Managed Sound Enhancement" (Taiwan)
    Publication No.: 201216255
  • "Method and System for Self-Managed Sound Enhancement" (South Africa)
    Publication No.: PA158445/ZA

Patent Allowed

  • "Method and System for Self-Managed Sound Enhancement" (US non-provisional)
    Publication No.: 20120189130
  • "Method and System for Self-Managed Sound Enhancement" (South Korea)
    Publication No.: 10-2013-0045917

Honorary Appointment

  • Member of the Occupational Deafness Medical Committee (June 2015 – May 2018)
  • Honorary Scientific Officer (Medical) of Hospital Authority (since 2014)
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery) (Since 2014)

Professional Societies

  • Fellow, Hong Kong Society of Audiology, since April 2012
  • Life member, Hong Kong Society of Audiology, since August 1998
  • International member, American Academy of Audiology, since April 2000
  • International fellow, American Academy of Audiology, since May 2009

Community & Professional Services

  • Vice Chairperson of the Continuing Professional Development Board of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology, 04/2014 – 03/2020
  • Chairperson of the Continuing Professional Development Board of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology, 04/2011 – 03/2014
  • Board member of the Continuing Professional Development Board of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology, 04/2008 – present
  • External program coordinator of the Continuing Professional Development Board of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology, 04/2008 – 03/2011
  • Member of the Education & Local Service sub-committee of the Hear Talk Foundation, 08/2007 – 2014
  • Editorial Board Member of the World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology
  • Reviewer of:
    -       Annals, Academy of Medicine Singapore
    -       Brain Stimulation
    -       International Journal of Audiology
    -       Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
    -       Medical Science Monitor
    -       Noise and Health

Awards and Honors

  • Faculty “Quality Journal Article” Award 2016/17
  • One of the inventors of ACEHearing™
  • Bronze Award and Audience Choice Award, the Wall Street Journal Asian Innovation Awards 2011
  • Overall Category Winners – Community Impact, The Talent Unleashed Award, 2014
  • Second Prize of Innovation Award of Excellence, 2014 World Innovation Day, Innovation for Health Competition

Ms. Kan Pui Wai, Yvonne

Lecturer I

(852) 2948 8861
pwkan@eduhk.hk

Ms. Kan Pui Wai, Yvonne
Lecturer I
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Specialisation: ADHD and Emotional Behavioral Difficulties

BEd (BU), MA(LS, CUHK), MA(SGC, CUHK)
Mental Health Hong Kong Instructor ( The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong)
Global Career Development Facilitator- Hong Kong(Centre for Credentialing and Education Inc)

Introduction
Yvonne Kan Pui Wai has special education working experience for 19 years. She joined the Department of Special Education and Counselling in EUDHK as Lecturer I in 2014, and have been teaching and co-ordination Professional Development Programs for teachers from Secondary, Primary and Special School. She has special interest and expertise in strategies to cope with students with and to support the learning of students with emotional and behavioral problems. Before she joined the university, she had worked in Secondary School for 14 years. She taught special need students with Special Learning Difficulties, AD/HD, Autism or Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties. Since 2010, she was invited by EDB to serve as seconded teacher. She visited to secondary schools with students of special education needs and helped to develop appropriate learning strategies for teachers. She also worked with the schools’ LS panel heads in designing co-teaching lessons and in helping them to tailor-make the curriculum for special need students.

Teaching Areas

  • Inclusive Education
  • Curricular adaptation
  • Supporting children with AD/HD and EBD
  • Mental Health

Research Interests

  • Supporting children with AD/HD and EBD

Community Services (in Chinese)

  • 教師發展日「法、理、情」照顧有特殊需要學生:聖公會曾肇添中學(2017)
  • 論壇主持「同 ADHD 年青人傾下偈」:專注力不足/過度活躍症(香港)協會(2017)
  • 個人輔導「有特殊學習需要職涯發展」:香港中文大學專業進修學院(2016)
  • 教師工作坊「精神健康急救基礎課程」:藍田聖保祿中學(2016)
  • 教師工作坊「精神健康急救基礎課程」: 五旬節中學(2016)
  • 教師發展日「教師如何實踐照顧學習差異」:香港潮商學校(2015)
  • 教師發展日「全校參與照顧學習差異」: 東莞工商總會張煌偉小學(2012-2013)
  • 教師講座「如何提昇有學習困難學生的議題探究能力」(二)( :教育局課程發展處通識教育組 2012- 2013)
  • 教師講座「全校參與照顧學習差異」: 香港道教聯合會圓玄學院第三中學(2011-2012)
  • 教師講座「如何提昇有學習困難學生的議題探究能力」(一):教育局課程發展處通識教育組(2011-2012)
  • 教師講座「如何在通識教育科課堂上照顧學習差異」:教育局課程發展處通識教育組(2011- 2012)
  • 教師講座「如何在課程調適處理有情緒及行為學生的學習需要」:香港扶幼會盛德中心學校 (2011-2012)

Dr. Lorinda Chen-Kwan

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 8474
lkwan@eduhk.hk

Dr. Lorinda Chen-Kwan
Senior Lecturer II
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Specialisation: Communication disorders associated with Parkinson's disease, stroke and other neurological conditions

Ph.D., The University of Hong Kong
M.Ed., The University of Hong Kong
B.Sc. (Speech and Hearing Sciences), The University of Hong Kong
Full member, HKAST
Full overseas practising member of RCSLT ( UK)
Full membership of ASHA (US)

Introduction

Lorinda C. Kwan has rich experiences in practice of speech therapy in multi-lingual contexts including universities, medical, pre-school and charity organisations in Hong Kong,  mainland China, and Asia.  She established the clinical education programme of pre-qualification speech therapists,  and taught as a Problem-Based-Learning tutor in the BSc (Speech and Hearing Sciences, HKU) for years before joining this University in 2013.  Her current research and clinical practice are on assessment and intervention of motor speech disorders associated with Parkinson's disease, community-based rehabilitation for people with stroke, and development of localised tele-health speech therapy practice.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Disorders in Speech, Language, and Communication
  • Assessment and Intervention of Speech, Language and Communication and Learning
  • Research Methodology and Evidence-based Practice in Speech-language Pathology
  • Independent Research Projects
  • Clinical Education / Practicum and Advanced Practicum of students in MScESLPLD programme
  • Overview of Disabilities in Speech, Language, Hearing, Intellectual and Physical disabilities

 

Research Interests

  • Motor Speech Disorders in people with Parkinson’s disease
  • Telehealth speech therapy for people with brain-damage
  • Community-based, family-oriented speech therapy for people with stroke (cerebral vascular accidents)

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Kwan, C. K., & Whitehill, T. L.(2011).  Perception of Speech by Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease: A Review.  Parkinson’s Disease, 2011(2011), 1-11. doi:10.4061/2011/389767
  • Whitehill, T. L., Kwan, L., Lee, F. P. -H.,  &  Chow, M. -N.(2011). Effect of LSVT on Lexical Tone in Speakers with Parkinson’s Disease. Parkinson’s Disease, 2011(2011), 1-9. doi:10.4061/2011/897494

 

Abstract /Conference Proceedings

  • Kwan, L. & Ng, M. L. (2016). Acoustic Profile of Emotive Prosodies in Cantonese speakers with Dysarthria.  Hong Kong Symposium of Speech and Hearing, 2016. The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

 

Conference Presentations

  • Kwan, L. (Nov., 2017).  [有聲有晰] 網上柏金迅患者言語治療計劃 (On-line Speech therapy (tele-health) service for people with Parkinson’s disease). The Hong Kong Parkinson’s disease Foundation Symposium 2017, Hong Kong.
  • Kwan, L. (Nov., 2017). "The emotional side of hypokinetic dysarthria, and its implication to the assessment and intervention of people with Parkinson's disease".  The Hong Kong Parkinson’s disease Foundation Symposium 2017, Hong Kong.
  • Kwan, L., & Ng, M. L. (Sept., 2017).  The emotional prosodies of people with dysarthria associated with Parkinson’s disease10th Asia Pacific Conference on Speech, Language and Hearing (APCSLH2017), Narita, Japan
  • Kwan, L. (Aug., 2017). Emotional dysprosody – a new perspective to assess and intervene motor speech disorders.  SLT Summer School 2017, 20-27 August, University of Padova, Italy.

 

Poster Presentations

  • Chen-LY Lorinda (2017). Perception and Production of Emotive Prosodies in people with Hypokinetic Dysarthria associated with Parkinson’s disease.   PhD Thesis. The University of Hong Kong.
  • Kwan, L., & La Pointe, L. (2016). Having a parent with aphasia- a case report. Poster  presented at30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP), Dublin, Ireland
  • Kwan, L. & Ng, M. L. (2016) Acoustic Profile of Emotive Prosodies in Cantonese speakers with Dysarthria. Poster  presented at 30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP), Dublin, Ireland
  • Kwan, L. & Chin, C. O. (2016). Constructing sentences with the semantic role of instrument by a Cantonese speaker with Broca's Aphasia. Poster  presented at 30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP), Dublin, Ireland
  • Kwan, L., Tang, H.S., Whitehill, T. L., & Ng M.W. (2016). Listeners’ Perception of emotion prosodies in Cantonese-speaking individuals with dysarthria. Poster, 2016 Motor Speech Conference, Newport- beach, California, US [Project funded by Hong Kong Parkinson’s Disease Foundation]
  • Kwan, L., Tang, H.S., Whitehill, T. L., & Ng M.W. (2014). Listeners’ Perception of emotion prosodies in Cantonese-speaking individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Poster, 2014 Annual Convention, American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, Orlando, Florida, US [Project funded by Hong Kong Parkinson’s Disease Foundation]

 

Book Chapters

  • 關陳立穎(2012): 帕金遜症引起的言語障礙與治療, 輯於余毓靈醫生,楊漢明醫生編, 《 緣兮帕金遜(增訂版) 》,(頁81-87) ,香港,經濟日報出版社。
  • Whitehill, T. L., Yu, K., Kwan, L. & Ho, D. W. L.(2010). Peer, Self and Supervisor Assessment: Piloting a reflective week in fieldwork education. In L. McAllister, M. Paterson, J. Higgs & C. Bitchell (Eds.) Innovations in allied Health Fieldwork Education: A Critical Appraisal (pp. 261-270). The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.  

 

Research Grants awarded

  • Investigation of speech outcome in people with Parkinson’s disease after bilateral sub-thalamic deep-brain stimulation[ funded by Research Seed Fund 2017-18], HKD 50,000.
  • Speech disorders in Cantonese-speaking people with early on-set and later on-set of Parkinson’s disease [funded by Departmental Research Seed Fund 2015-16], HKD 20,000
  • Longitudinal investigation of dysarthria in Cantonese-speakers with Parkinson’s disease [funded by Start-up Research Grant by HK Institute of Education], HKD 50, 000
  • Impact of Speech Outcome in Cantonese-Speakers with Parkinson's Disease by Deep Brain Stimulation — A Pilot Study [funded by Internal Research Grant 2015-16 by EdUHK], HKD 70,000
  • Support of school-age children of parents with acquired brain-based communication disorders [風語橋-中風人士親子溝通]funded by Knowledge Transfer Fund 2014-15 by EdUHK], HKD 130,136

 

Community Services

  • Committee member of Education and Training sub-committee of the Hong Kong Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (HKPDF) since 2007.
  • Regular article contributor to quarterly Newsletter 柏友新知of the HKPDF since 2007.
  • Constant speaker in annual public seminars of HKDPF on speech disorders in PD since 2007
  • Coordinated international professional certification course of Lee-Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT®) in Hong Kong in 2008, 2013 with LSVT-Global Limited and HKPDF.
  • Development of multi-media public awareness resource package 柏金迅症新錦囊on public education of Parkinson’s disease published by HKPDF in 2013.
  • Develop first smartphone apps 柏寶袋on public education of Parkinson’s disease financed by the HKPDF in 2014-15
  • Receiver of research financial support from the HKPDF in 2012.
  • Keynote speaker at the Annual Scientific Meeting of HKPDF in 2015
  • Adviser to the Hong Kong Parkinson’s Disease Association since 2013.
  • Adviser to the Community Rehabilitation Network, the Hong Kong Society of Rehabilitation since 2015
  • Professional Adviser to the Heep Hong Society
  • Professional Adviser to the Benji’s Centre
  • Adviser to the Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists in sub-committee of Registration Affairs Committee.
  • Previous adviser to the Education Bureau of HKSAR government, Macau government, Po Leung Kuk, Hong Kong Caritas
  • Previous adviser to WHO-China projects (Wuhan Medical University, Shengyang, Guangdong province; and Shanghai)

 

Professional Membership

  • Full Member of Hong Kong Movement Disorder Society, the Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists(HKAST), the Royal College of Speech-language Therapists ( RCSLT), the American Speech-language and Hearing Association ( ASHA)

 

Media Exposure since 2013

  • Cable TV – “至fit男女” 兔唇裂鄂患者的言語治療 2016
  • Cable TV- “小事大意義” 無言親子[中風病患者的親子溝通言語障礙] 2015
  • Newspaper – Orient-2016 , Sing Tao 2015
  • Newsletter 柏友新知(10 issues) 2014-2017

Dr. Diana Kwok

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8370
dianakwok@eduhk.hk

Dr. Diana Kwok
Assistant Professor
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dianakwok@eduhk.hk
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Specialisation: Sexuality education, Sexual and gender diversity, Mental health counselling

Ed.D University of Hong Kong
MSW (Mental Health Counselling) California State University, USA
PgD (Sex Therapy) Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training Institute
PgD (Sexuality Studies) University of Amsterdam
B.Soc.Sci (Social Work) Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Social Worker (Hong Kong Social Workers’ Registration Board)
Approved Clinical Supervisor (Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association)

Profile

Dr. Diana Kwok joined the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC) as an Assistant Professor in September 2013. Before joining SEC, she trained social work and counselling students in the Chinese university of Hong Kong and the City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Kwok received her B.SW from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, M.S.W. from the California State University Long Beach, and EdD from the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Kwok is a qualified social worker and sex therapist and has many years of experience in Hong Kong and in the US, in the field of school counselling, family service, psychiatric mental health service, and diversity social service for minority groups. She also has extensive teaching and training experience in providing professional training workshops for frontline social workers, counsellors, and mental health practitioners on sexual and gender diversity issues in various universities, NGOs, and government organizations in Hong Kong. Her research interest focuses on the school experience of LGBTQI /Tongzhi students, sexuality education, and multicultural competence of counselors / social workers working with sexual and gender minorities in the Chinese context.

Teaching areas

  • Sexuality education
  • Sexual and gender diversity
  • Counselling theories and skills
  • Counselling ethics

Research Interests

  • School experience of LGBTQIA students
  • Sexuality and social work
  • Sexuality education
  • Multicultural competence of counsellors

Research Projects

  • Enhancing Social Workers' Sexual Diversity Competence through Sexual Prejudice Reduction Program (GRF2016-2018)
  • Empowering Chinese Teachers in Sexual Diversity Training to Combat Sexual Prejudices (ECS 2015-2017)
  • Embracing diversities -Empowering Teacher Students with Multicultural Competence (Teaching and Development Grant, 2014-2015)
  • Gender and Sexual-Orientation Harassment Experiences of LGBTQ Students (Equal Opportunities Commission Fund 2014-2015)

Award

  • Early Career Award (2014/2015 University Grant Committee)

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Kwok, D.K. (2016). School Experience of Chinese Sexual Minority Students in Hong Kong. Journal of LGBT Youth, 13 (4), 378-396.
  • Kwok, D.K., Wu, J. (2015). Chinese attitudes towards sexual minorities in Hong Kong: Implications for mental health. International Review of Psychiatry, 27(5), 444-454.
  • Kwok, D. K., Wu, J., & Shardlow, S. M. (2013). Attitudes toward Lesbians and Gay Men Among Hong Kong Chinese social work students. Journal of Social Work Education, 49(2), 337-352.
  • Wu. J., & Kwok D. K. (2013). Attitudes towards sexual minorities among Chinese people: implications for mental health. International Psychiatry, 40(2), 33-34.
  • Kwok, D. K., Winter, S., & Yuen, M. (2012). Heterosexism in School: The Counselling Expereience of Chinese Tongzhi students in Hong Kong. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 40(5), 561-575.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2012). Teaching sexual diversity in Hong Kong: Challenging Homophobia, in B. C. Eng (Ed.). A Chinese Perspective on Teaching and Learning (pp. 121-137). Routledge Publishing.
  • Wu, J. & Kwok D. K. (2012) Psychometric properties of Attitudes Toward Lesbians and Gay men Scale with Chinese university students. Psychological Reports, 110(2), 521.
  • Lau, Y. K., Tsang, B. Y. P., Kwok, D. K. (2007) Cultural issues of school dropouts in Hong Kong. International Journal on School Disaffection, 5(1), 7-10.

Book Chapters

  • Kwok, D.K. (2017). Empowering Chinese lesbian, gay and bisexual (Tongzhi) students: Affirmative school counseling practice in Hong Kong. In M.T. Hue (Eds), School counselling in Chinese Context: School practice for helping students in needs in Hong Kong. New York: Routledge.
  • Kwok, D.K. & Kwok, K. (2017). Contesting Gender Binaries in School Counselling - Supporting Students Encountering Transgender Harassment. In M. T. Hue (Ed.), School Counselling in a Chinese Context: Supporting Students in Need in Hong Kong (79-93). New York: Routledge.
  • Kwok, K. & Kwok, D.K (2015). When New Migrants Meet Old Migrants: Indonesian Ethnic Economy in Hong Kong. In Y.W. Chan, D. Haines, & J. Lee (Eds.), (188-206). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2014) Narratives of Hong Kong sexual minority students in secondary schools – Reflections and implications for school counseling. In S. Ngai et al. (Eds), Chinese Social Welfare Policy. National University of Taiwan Press (In Chinese).
  • Kwok, K. & Kwok, D. K. (2014) Diverging Opportunities: Chinese Workers in the Transnational Immigrant Economy in Vienna. In Zhang Jijiao and Ellen R. Judd (eds), Migration, Labor Market and Human Resource: Comparative Study among EU, North America and Asia (Accepted). Springer.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2012) Teaching sexual diversity in Hong Kong: Challenging Homophobia. In B. C. Eng (Ed.), A Chinese Perspective on Teaching and Learning (pp.121-137). Routledge Publishing.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2013) Social work students’ learning experience on sexuality issues in Hong Kong.In C. M. See (Ed.), Research and practice: Counseling and social work in the new frontier of helping. (Chapter 4). USM Press.
  • Lau, Y. K. Tsang, Y. B. & Kwok, D. K. (2010) Dropping out children and children back to school, in Theory and Practice of Youth Studies (pp.36-53). China: Social Science Publishing.

Other Publications/Related Research Activities

  • Kwok, D. K. (2014) Embracing sexual and gender diversities – a teaching and learning casebook in Hong Kong Chinese society. Sexuality Practice Research Project, City University of Hong Kong (Chinese).
  • Kwok, D. K. (2011) Experiences of Chinese gay & bisexual youth in "Project Touch” - empowerment-based HIV/AIDS prevention project. Sexuality Practice Research Project, City University of Hong Kong (Chinese).
  • Kwok, D. K. (2010) Experiences of Chinese gay & bisexual youth in "Project Touch” - empowerment-based HIV/AIDS prevention project. Sexuality Practice Research Project, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Kwok, D. K. & Queer Sisters HK (2009) How to work with sexual minorities in Hong Kong – Video demonstration for counselors and social workers. Queer Sisters and Sexuality Counseling Practice Research Project, Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Kwok, D. K. & Queer Sisters HK (2009) How to work with sexual minorities in Hong Kong. Queer Sisters and Sexuality Counseling Practice Research Project, Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.

Conference Papers

  • Kwok, D.K. (2016, June). Conceptualizing Chinese transgender prejudice – themes found from a qualitative study. 24th Biennial World Professional Association for Transgender Health Symposium, June 17-21, 2016, University of Amsterdam.
  • Kwok, D.K. (2016, June). Sexual Prejudice In Hong Kong: Implications For Mental Health Of Sexual Minorities. Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2016, Seoul, Korea.
  • Kwok, D.K. (2015, Dec). Sexual Prejudice and Institutional Barriers: Service Accessibility of Sexual Minority Youth in Hong Kong. International Conference on Outreach Work, City University of Hong Kong.
  • Kwok, D.K. (2015, June). What have been missing in our sexuality education – perspectives from young people in Hong Kong. Cross-Strait Hong Kong and Macau Conference on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health, Macau.
  • Kwok, D.K. (2014, August). Protecting the rights of sexual minority students in schools. Symposium on “Education for Equality: Challenges and Strategies”, Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2014, July). Supporting transgender students in Hong Kong Schools. Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Melbourne Australia.
  • Kwok, K. D (2014, July). Contesting genderism in Hong Kong Chinese counselling students’ learning experience on transgender concerns. Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Melbourne Australia.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2013). Bullying of Tongzhi Youth – Preliminary results from a qualitative investigation in Hong Kong. International Conference of LGBT Psychology, Lisbon, Portugal, June, 2013.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2011) Heteronormativity and experience of LGBQ social work students in Hong Kong, Paper presented at the International Conference “Naming and Framing: The Making of Sexual (In)Equality”, organized by the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS), July, at Madrid, Spain.

Community & Professional Service

  • Board member of the Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists.
  • Committee member of the Professional Development Committee of the Hong Kong Social Workers Association.
  • Reviewer of journals: Journal of Social Work; Transcultural Psychiatry; Association of the Study of International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society
  • Clinical consultant and service committee member of social service agencies and support groups running sexuality projects, such as Caritas- Hong Kong youth sexuality project, BGCAHK - Project Touch; Queer Sisters Hong Kong, & Transgender Resource Centre etc..
  • Trainer for front-line practitioners in government and non-government organizations, such as counselors, social workers and teachers on cultural competence of working with LGBTQI population. Collaborative organizations include Social Welfare Department - Hong Kong SAR Government; Tung Wah Group of Hospitals; Po Leung Kuk; Hong Kong YWCA; Rainbow of Hong Kong, Caritas Hong Kong; Hong Kong Asso.of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists; Queer Sisters; University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education; City University of Hong Kong Division of Applied Social Science; City University of Hong Kong Department of Applied Social Studies.

Ms. Kwok Yee Tak, Esther

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 8274
eytkwok@eduhk.hk

Ms. Kwok Yee Tak, Esther
Senior Lecturer II
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eytkwok@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Medical Speech-Language Pathology and Clinical Neuroscience

BSc. (Speech and Hearing Science), Faculty of  Education, University of Hong Kong
MSc. (Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences, Best dissertation award), Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Medical Speech-language Pathologist (SLP), NTEC Cluster, Hospital Authority (1996-2013)
Member of Clinical Neuroscience Team, Prince of Wales Hospital
Member of Cochlear Implant Team, Prince of Wales Hospital
Department in-charge of Speech Therapy Department of Cheshire Hone, Shatin and North District Hospital

Teaching Areas

  • Medical Aspects of Speech, Language and Communication Disorders
  • Clinical Education on Speech-Language Pathology
  • Positive Education and Positive Psychology
  • Mindfulness
    • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
    • Mindfulness Matters

 

Research Interest

  • Mindfulness
  • Motor speech disorder in Parkinson’s disease and Deep Brain Stimulation

 

Clinical expertise

  • Rich and extensive clinical SLP experiences at
  • Voice Clinic; Cleft Clinic
  • Dysphagia Clinic- Video Fluoroscopy of Swallowing Exam (VFSS) and Fibroptic ndoscopic Examination of Swallowing with Sensory Test ( FEESST)
  • Neurological Disorders Management
  • Pediatric Speech, Language and Socio-communication Management
  • Pediatric Dysphagia Management
  • Cochlear Implant Management and Aural Rehabilitation
  • Head and Neck Cancer and Laryngectomee Management
  • Transgender Voice Therapy

 

Clinical Teaching Experiences

  • Professional teaching and training to other Allied Health and Medical professionals (1997 -2013).
  • Honorary Assistant Professor and Honorary Clinical Supervisor, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (2000-2012).
  • Part-time Clinical Instructor and guest speaker, MScSLPLD, Department of Special Education & Counselling, The Hong Kong Institute of Education (2014 - 2015).

 

Membership

  • Full Member, Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist

 

 

Dr. LAI Chi Leung

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 8060
cllai@eduhk.hk

Dr. LAI Chi Leung
Senior Lecturer II
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(852) 2948 8060
(852) 2948 7794
D1-2/F-09
cllai@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: AD/HD and EBD

Ph.D  (Educational Psychology), The University of Birmingham, UK
B.Phil (Educational Psychology), The University of Birmingham, UK
Registered Teacher (HK)

Teaching Areas

  • Inclusive Education
  • Children with special needs
  • Supporting children with AD/HD, LD and ASD

 

Research Interests

  • Inclusive education
  • Whole school approach and new funding mode
  • Supporting children with AD/HD, LD and ASD

 

Representative Publications(SELECTED)

  • Lin, S. F. and Lai, C. L. (2016). School Bullying & cyberbullying in HK.  In P. K. Smith, K. Kwak & Y. Toda (2016). (Ed.). School bullying in Different Cultures.  Cambridge University Press. Chapter 7.

  • Lin, S. F. and Lai, C. L. (2016). Interventions against bullying in Hong Kong.  InP. K. Smith, K. Kwak & Y. Toda (2016). (Ed.). School bullying in Different Cultures.  Cambridge University Press. Chapter 19.

  • 黎子良 (2017) 自殺防治():校園防火牆。林少峯主編  In Lin, S. F., Ed., (2017) 自殺?他殺?青少年為何走上絕路 (增訂版)? Why Youth Committed Suicides? “Homicides” or “Suicides”? 2nd Edition. Chung Hwa Publishing.中華書局。《第七章 p.99-129.

  • 黎子良 (2016) 自殺防治():校園防火牆。林少峯主編  In Lin, S. F., Ed., (2016) 自殺?他殺?青少年為何走上絕路 ? Why Youth Committed Suicides? “Homicides” or “Suicides”? Chung Hwa Publishing.中華書局。《第七章 p.111-136

  • 黎子良博士 Lai, C. L. <Co-authored, Book> (2016).  當父母遇上愛恩斯坦學會學習 How Children Learn- When Parents meet “Einstein”, Chung Hwa Publishing. 中華書局。

  • 黎子良博士 Lai, C.L. <Co-authored, Book> (2014). 望子成龍的迷思 The Myth of developing your off-springs to Dragon-like persons. [Psycho-social Development of Children and its implications for Parenting.], Chung Hwa Publishing. 中華書局。

 

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES (SELECTED)

  • Programme coordinator for the Certificate in Professional Development Programme for Teachers (Catering for Diverse Learning Needs) (Basic level and Advanced Level). 
  • Departmental Field experience coordinator 
  • 'How to do counselling for the children with mental health disorder" Ma Tau Chung government primary school, 2017.
  • ‘How to help students with ASD in the school setting’ Ma Tau Chung government primary school, 2016.
  • ‘How to help students with ADHD in the school setting’ Ma Tau Chung government primary school, 2015.
  • “Educational research and action research” for the澳門教育暨青年局(Macau Education and youth Bureau) Macau Advanced Course for the Special Education Teachers  2013.
  • External inspector for the澳門教育暨青年局(Macau Education and youth Bureau) to do the school inspection 學校綜合評鑑工作  2011.

Dr. LAM Sze Ching, Cici

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 7465
cicilam@eduhk.hk

Dr. LAM Sze Ching, Cici
Senior Lecturer II
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(852) 2948 7465
(852) 2948 7792
B4-1F-18
cicilam@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Inclusive education and positive psychology in schools

Ed.D., The University of Hong Kong
M.S.Sc., (Educational Psychology), The University of Hong Kong
M.Ed. (Educational guidance, Distinction), The University of Hong Kong
P.Dip. Ed., (English), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
B.A. (Psychology & Philosophy), The University of Hong Kong
Registered Educational Psychologist, Hong Kong Psychological Society

Teaching Areas

  • Students with emotional and behavioural disorders
  • Whole School Approach in Inclusive Education
  • Education Psychology

Research Interests

  • Positive Psychology in Schools
  • Subjective well-being during youth (e.g. predictors of children’s psychological well-being, parent-child and student teacher relationships, peer relationships)
  • Inclusive education
  • Socio-emotional functioning of students with special needs
  • Learning Science in Teacher Education

Projects

  • ‘A Comparison of Two Different Methods to Teach Emotions for School-Aged Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and its Implication for Social Skill Intervention in Hong Kong Primary School’. Research Seed Fund. Principal Investigator- Cici Lam. Co-investigator:  Dr. Sam Ka-Lam & Dr. Ho Fuk-Chuen Ho (2015-2016)
  • Fostering discussion and Collaborative Inquiry through Establishment of a Case Video Library.’ Teaching Development Grants (TDG). Principal Investigator – Cici Lam & Hastings Chim.  (2016-2017)
  • Developing a learning community for student teachers to use children’s literature to teach civic education in early childhood education.’ Principal Investigator – Cici Lam. Co-investigator: Dr. Lam Tak Shing John, Dr. Leung Yan Wing, Dr. Wong Mun Amanda & Dr. Yuen Wai Kwan Gail–project completed in 2014.

Publications

Journal articles and book chapters

  • Lam, C. and Ho, F.C. (2016). How a Short In-Service Teachers’ Professional Development Course Provide Hand-On Experience and Knowledge of Individualized Education Planning and Students with Autism. In ‘Professional Development: Recent Advances and Future Directions’. NOVA.
  • Ho, F.C. and Lam, C., (2016). Instructional Methods for Teaching Sub-Types of Students with Reading Disabilities Chinese Words. In ‘Learning Disabilities: Assessment, Management and Challenges’. NOVA.
  • Lam, C., & Yuen, M. T. (2008). Applying solution focused questions to primary school pupils: A Hong Kong teacher's reflections. Pastoral Care in Education. 26(2), 103-110.
  • Lam, C., Yee, W., & Lung, K. (2008). The pursuit of happiness, funded by HKU Social Inclusion Fund 81.

Conference

  • Lam, C. (September 2016). A comparison of two different methods to teach emotions for primary school-aged children with autism spectrum disorder and its implication for social skill intervention. Paper presented at XI Autism-Europe International Congress. Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Ka-Lam Sam, Fuk-Chuen Ho, and Lam,C. (July 2015) Perception of teacher on inclusive education: a multi-method validation. Paper presented at 2nd International Conference on  Humanity and Social Sciences, Paris, France.

Community work

  • 2015- Present. Task Group on Special Examination Arrangements for Candidates with Specific Learning Difficulties. Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority.
  • 2012- Present. Committee on Special Educational Needs. Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council.

Ms. LAU Suk Han, Polly

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 8107
pollylau@eduhk.hk

Ms. LAU Suk Han, Polly
Senior Lecturer II
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(852) 2948 8107
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-18
pollylau@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Speech, Language and Communication disorders, aural ha/rehabilitation

M.Sc (Audiology), The University of Hong Kong

B.Sc. (Speech & Hearing Science), The University of Hong Kong

Profile

Ms. Polly Lau is a Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC). She is a qualified Speech Therapist and an Audiologist. She has extensive experiences in clinical teaching and supervision over the past 20 years. She had been a full-time Clinical Instructor at the Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences of HKU, supporting the clinical teaching and supervision of undergraduate speech therapy students. She has been continuously appointed as part-time honorary lecturer and guest speaker for local universities such as HKIEd, HKU, and HKPolyU. She also has been continuously nominated as clinical consultant for various non-government organizations on the provision of in-service training for their speech therapists.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Speech, language and communication development and disorders
  • Assessment and intervention of speech, language and communication disorders
  • Aural Rehabilitation 

 

Research Interests

  • Speech motor learning 
  • Speech and language disorders in children

 

Publications

  • Yuen, K. C., Kam, A. C. & Lau, P. S. (2006). Comparative performance of an adaptive directional microphone system and a multichannel noise reduction system. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 17(4), 241-252.
  • Yiu E. M., Murdoch B., Hird K., Lau P. (2002). Perception of synthesized voice quality in connected speech by Cantonese speakers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 112(3), 1091–1101.

 

Clinical Teaching Experiences

  • Part-time Honorary Lecturer, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (2004 – Present).
  • Clinical Consultant, Speech Therapy Team, Haven of Hope Christian Service (2013, 2005-2006).
  • Part-time Visiting Lecturer, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2007 – 2011).
  • Clinical Consultant, Speech Therapy Team, Hong Kong Christian Service (2005-2006).
  • Full-time Clinical Instructor, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (1999 – 2004).
  • Part-time Instructor, The School of Continuing Education, Hong Kong Baptist University. (1996).
  • Part-time Honorary Lecturer, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (1995 – 1996).
  • Part-time Project Tutor, Early Childhood Education Program, Hong Kong Baptist University. (1995).

 

Community & Professional Services

  • Honorary Advisor, Rehabilitation & Youth Services, Yan Chai Hospital (2003 – Present).
  • Guest Speaker, The Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong (2007 – 2011).
  • Guest Speaker, Department of Special Education & Counselling, The Hong Kong Institute of Education (2010 – Present).

 

Membership of Professional Associations

  • International Affiliated Member, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (2004 – Present).
  • Life Member, Hong Kong Society of Audiology (1998 - Present).
  • Full Member, Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist (1994 - Present).

Dr. LEUNG Kim Chau, Charles

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 6239
ckcleung@eduhk.hk

Dr. LEUNG Kim Chau, Charles
Senior Lecturer II
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(852) 2948 6239
(852) 2948 7794
D1-2/F-10
ckcleung@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Guidance and Counselling

B.Sc., Cert. Ed., M.A. (Ed.), PGD. Applied Psychology, PhD

Teaching Areas

  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Motivation
  • Learning Psychology 
  • Biological Basis of Psychology
  • Education or Psychology Research Paper

Research Interests

  • Human Development 
  • Guidance and Counselling

Refereed Journal Article

Conference Papers

  • Refereed papers presented in symposium in 2005 international conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education:
  • Leung, K. C., Marsh, H. W., Craven, R. G., & Yeung, A. S. (2005, November). Relation of Domain Specificity Between Peer Support Program in Educational Settings.
  • Leung, K. C., Marsh, H. W., Craven, R. G., & Yeung, A. S. (2005, November). Are Peer Tutoring Programs Effective in Promoting Academic Achievement and Self-Concept in Educational Settings: A Meta-Analytical Review.

Community & Professional Services

  • Associate Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society

Dr. LIU Duo, Phil

Associate Professor

(852) 2948 8639
duoliu@eduhk.hk

Dr. LIU Duo, Phil
Associate Professor
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(852) 2948 8639
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-21
duoliu@eduhk.hk
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Specialisation: Reading Development and Reading Difficulties

Ph D, Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Profile

Dr. Liu Duo’s research interests focus on cognitive development and related problems, especially on language and literacy development and difficulties. He has interests in adopting multiple approaches (such as experimental, correlational, and neurobiological) in tapping related research issues.

Teaching Areas

  • Learning difficulties
  • Inclusive education

 

Research Interests

  • Cognitive development
  • Language and literacy development and related difficulties
  • Developmental dyslexia 

 

Honours/Awards

  • Faculty’s Top 10% Publication Award, HKIEd, 2014/15
  • Faculty’s inaugural Quality Publication Award, HKIEd, 2014/15
  • The President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research (Early Career Research Excellence), HKIEd, 2013/14
  • The Postgraduate Research Output Award, CUHK, 06/2009

 

Professional society activities

  • Associate editor, Journal of Learning Disabilities (Q1, A* journal in EdUHK), July 2017 - present
  • Board member and treasure, The Association for Reading and Writing in Asia (ARWA), August 2016 – present
  • Editorial Board member, Reading and Writing (Q1, A* journal in EdUHK), January 2017 - present
  • Editorial Board member, Frontiers in Education (Special education section), May 2016 - present
  • Voting Member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, July 2014 - present

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Principal Investigator, The effects of training on visual-spatial attention on improving the reading performance of Hong Kong Chinese children with typical or poor reading abilities, reference no.: 04191, Departmental Collaborative Research Fund 2016/2017, HK$200,000
  • Principal Investigator, Facilitating reading acquisition in Hong Kong Chinese children with an Education game, reference no.: S-KT-2016-2017-0006, EDUHK Knowledge Transfer Funds 2016/2017, HK$150,000
  • Principal Investigator, Exploring the deficits of Hong Kong Chinese children with dyslexia in different types of visual search, reference no.: R3756, EDUHK Internal Research Grant, 12/09/2016 – 11/09/2017, HK$80,000
  • Co-Investigator, Reducing early literacy differences in preschool children from low-SES families: The effects of an early metalinguistic intervention, application number: 2015-0004, Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR), with Kevin K.-H. Chung as the PI, 08/02/2016 – 07/08/2018
  • Principal Investigator, Unfolding the role of morphological awareness in word learning of Chinese children, RGC, 01/01/2015 – 31/12/2017
  • Principal Investigator, The association of visual-spatial attention and word reading and reading difficulties in Hong Kong Chinese children: A three-year longitudinal study, RGC, 01/01/2014 – 31/12/2016
  • Principal Investigator, The exploration of the mental representation of Chinese abstract compounds: An event related potential (ERP) study, Department Research Seed Fund, 01/10/2013 – 30/06/2014
  • Principal Investigator, Visual-spatial attention towards Chinese characters: A comparison between Chinese children and adults, HKIED Start-up Research Grant, 01/03/2012 – 28/02/2013
  • Principal Investigator, Visual-spatial attention: Whether it is related to Hong Kong Chinese children’s word reading performance, HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 01/02/2012 – 31/01/2013
  • Principal Investigator, The association of visual-spatial attention and word reading and reading difficulties in Hong Kong Chinese children: A three-year longitudinal study, HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 01/08/2012 – 31/07/2013
  • Principal Investigator, Disentangling the importance of morphological awareness on Chinese words learning: task preparation, Department Research Seed Fund, 01/05/2012 – 30/09/2012
  • Co-Investigator, The sound of silence: Phonological coding used by deaf signers in Chinese and sign language processing, National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 01/01/2013 – 01/01/2015  

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Liu, D. (2017). The Influence of Morphological Structure Information on the Memorization of Chinese Compound Words. Reading and Writing, 30 (8), 1813-1834. doi: 10.1007/s11145-017-9754-0
  • Liu, D., Li, H., & Wong, R. (2017). The anatomy of the role of morphological awareness in Chinese character learning: The mediation of phonological awareness, vocabulary and semantic radical knowledge and the moderation of morpheme family size. Scientific Studies of Reading. 21 (3), 210-224. doi: 10.1080/10888438.2017.1278764
  • Wang, L.-C., Liu, D., Chung, K. K.-H., & Yang, H.-M. (2017). Development of Lexical Tone Awareness in Chinese Children with and without Dyslexia. Contemporary Educational Psychology. Published online. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2017.02.002
  • Liu, D., & Zhu, X. (2016). The associations of phonological awareness, morphological awareness, orthographic awareness, and RAN with Hong Kong Chinese children’s literacy performance at word level. Writing Systems Research, 8 (2), 218-233.
  • Liu, D., Chen, X., & Wang, Y. (2016). The impact of visual-spatial attention on reading and spelling in Chinese children. Reading and Writing, 29, 1435-1447. doi 10.1007/s11145-016-9644-x
  • Liu, D., Chung, K. K.-H., & McBride-Chang, C. (2016). The role of SES in Chinese (L1) and English (L2) word reading in Chinese-speaking kindergartners. Journal of Research in Reading, 39, 268-291. doi: 10.1111/1467-9817.12046
  • Liu, D. (2016). The involvement of morphological information in the memorization of Chinese compound words: Evidence from memory errors. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 45, 157-176. doi 10.1007/s10936-014-9336-0
  • Liu, D., Chen, X., & Chung, K. K.-H. (2015). Performance in a visual search task uniquely predicts reading abilities in third-grade Hong Kong Chinese children. Scientific Studies of Reading, 4, 307-324. doi:10.1080/10888438.2015.1030749
  • Liu, D. & McBride-Chang, C. (2014). Morphological structure processing during word recognition and its relationship with character reading among third-grade Chinese children. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 43, 715-735. doi 10.1007/s10936-013-9275-1
  • Liu, D., Chung, K. K.-H., Zhang, Y., & Lu, Z. (2014). Sensitivity to the positional information of morphemes inside Chinese compound words and its relationship with word reading. Reading and Writing, 27, 431-450. doi 10.1007/s11145-013-9451-6
  • Liu, P. D., McBride-Chang, C., Wong, T. T.-Y., Shu, H., & Wong, A. M.-Y. (2013). Morphological awareness in Chinese: Unique associations of homophone awareness and lexical compounding to word reading and vocabulary knowledge in Chinese children. Applied Psycholinguistics, 34, 755-775. doi: 10.1017/S014271641200001X
  • McBride-Chang, C., Liu, P. D., Wong, T., Wong, A., & Shu, H. (2012). Specific reading difficulties in Chinese, English, or both: Longitudinal markers of phonological awareness, morphological awareness, and RAN in Hong Kong Chinese children. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 45, 503-514. doi: 10.1177/0022219411400748
  • McBride-Chang, C., Lin, D., Liu, P. D., Aram, D., Levin, I., Cho, J.-R., Shu, H., & Zhang, Y. (2012). The ABC’s of Chinese: Maternal mediation of Pinyin for Chinese children’s early literacy skills. Reading and Writing. doi: 10.1007/s11145-010-9270-y
  • Liu, P. D., Chung, K. K.-H., McBride-Chang, C., & Tong, X. (2010). Holistic vs. analytic processing: Evidence for a different approach to processing of Chinese at the word and character levels in Chinese children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 107, 466-478. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2010.06.006
  • Liu, P. D. & McBride-Chang, C. (2010). Morphological processing of Chinese compounds from a grammatical view. Applied Psycholinguistics, 31, 605-617. doi: 10.1017/S0142716410000159
  • Chung, K. K.-H., Tong, X., Liu, P. D., McBride-Chang, C., & Meng, X. (2010). The processing of morphological structure information in Chinese coordinative compounds: An event-related potential study. Brain Research, 1352, 157-166. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2010.06.069
  • Liu, P. D., McBride-Chang, C., Wong, A. M.-Y., Tardif, T., Stokes, S., Fletcher, P., & Shu, H. (2010). Early oral language markers of poor reading performance in Hong Kong Chinese children. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 43, 383-386. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0022219410369084
  • Liu, P. D. & McBride-Chang, C. (2010). What is morphological awareness? Tapping lexical compounding awareness in Chinese third graders. Journal of Educational Psychology, 102, 62-73. doi: 10.1037/a0016933

 

Invited Publications

  • Liu, D., & Xu, Z. (in press). Typewriting on electronic devices and Chinese children’s literacy development. In K. Sheehy and A. Holliman (Eds.), Education and New Technologies: Perils and Promises for Learners. London/New York: Routledge.
  • Kalindi, S. C., Chung, K. K. H.*, Liu, D., Wang, L.-C. (in press). The complexities of written Chinese and the cognitive-linguistic precursors to reading, with consequent implications for reading interventions. In H. K. Pae (Ed.), Writing Systems, Reading Processes, and Cross-Linguistic Influences: Reflections from the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Languages. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Liu, D. (2016). 阅读时,孩子在看什么?——视觉注意与汉语儿童的语文能力发展 (What children see during reading: Visual attention and Chinese children’s literacy development). In W. Li & H. Shu (Eds), The World of Children’s reading I: Studies of Psycholinguistics in Early Reading. Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
  • Liu, D. (2014). Visual-spatial attention and its relationship with reading. In K. K.-H. Chung, K. C.-P. Yuen, & D. M. McInerney (Eds), Understanding Developmental Disorders of Auditory Processing, Language and Literacy across Languages: International Perspectives. Greenwich CT: Information Age Press.
  • McBride-Chang, C. & Liu, P. D. (Aug 2011). Chinese reading development and reading disability: Fundamentals and how they might differ across orthographies. In P. McCardle, J. Ren,& O. Tzeng (Eds.), Dyslexia Across Languages: Orthography and the Brain-Gene-Behavior Link. Maryland: Paul H. Books Publishing.
  • Liu, P. D., Zhou, Y., & McBride-Chang, C. (in press). Morphological awareness: Why and how to link it to Chinese literacy teaching and learning. In Teaching and Learning of Chinese: Multiple Perspectives. Information Age Publisher, Inc.
  • McBride-Chang, C. & Liu, P. D. (2010). Chinese reading development and reading disability: Fundamentals and how they might differ across orthographies. In P. McCardle, J. Ren,& O. Tzeng (Eds.), Dyslexia Across Languages: Orthography and the Brain-Gene-Behavior Link. Maryland: Paul H. Books Publishing.
  • Tong, X., Liu, P. D., & McBride-Chang, C. (2009). Metalinguistic and subcharacter skills in Chinese literacy acquisition. In V. Connelly & C. Wood (Eds.), Contemporary perspectives on reading and spelling. London: Routledge Press.
  • McBride-Chang, C., & Liu, P. D. (2008). An overview of reading acquisition. In the Encyclopedia of Language and Literacy Development. Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network.

 

Conference Presentations

  • Liu, D., Chen, X., Chung, K. K. H., & Wong, A. C. N. (Jul., 2017). The effect of visual search among similar stimuli on Chinese children’s character reading and reading comprehension: A two-year longitudinal study. Paper presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Halifax, Canada.
  • Xu, Z., & Liu, D. (25, Feb, 2017). Semantic relation processing in Chinese compounds of children with good and poor morphological awareness. Poster presented at the 1st Annual Meeting of the Association for Reading and Writing in Asia, Hong Kong, China.
  • Liu, D., & Xu, Z. (25, Feb, 2017). Perceptual simulation in language comprehension of Chinese children with poor reading abilities. Poster presented at the 1st Annual Meeting of the Association for Reading and Writing in Asia, Hong Kong, China.
  • Liu, D., & Zhu, X. (27 July, 2016). Visual search of different types of stimuli is differently influenced by visual complexity and visual similarity in both Chinese children and adults. Poster presented at the 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 (ICP2016), Yokohama, Japan.
  • Liu, D., & Li, H. (15 July, 2016). Understanding the role of morphological awareness in reading Chinese characters by exploring the mediation of phonological awareness, vocabulary, and orthographic knowledge and the moderation of morpheme family size. Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Porto, Portugal.
  • Liu, D. (19 February, 2016). The processing of morphological structure information during Chinese compound word memorization. Poster presented at the 2016 East Asia Joint Symposium on Reading and Spelling (EASRS), Seoul, Korea.
  • Liu, D., & Chen, X. (16 July, 2015). Visual-spatial attention uniquely predicts speeded reading and character writing in Chinese third graders. Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Big Island, USA
  • Lo, C. M., Chung, K. K. H., Liu, D., Wong, S. W. H., McBride, C., & Molfese, D. L. (October, 2014). Morphological structure processing in Chinese dyslexic adolescents: an ERP study. Paper presented at the 15th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages (ICPEAL), Seoul.
  • Liu, D., Chen, X., Chung, K. K. H., & Wang, Y. (18, July, 2014). Visual-spatial attention: Its relationships with literacy performance in Hong Kong Chinese children. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Santa Fe, USA.
  • Liu, D. (13, July, 2013). Understanding Chinese children’s morphological awareness and its importance for word reading from error analysis. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Hong Kong.
  • Liu, D., & Han, Y. (2012, July). The better Chinese children identify the reversed nonword the better they can read: Morphological structure sensitivity?. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Montreal.
  • Liu, D., & McBride-Chang, C. (01, Apr., 2011). Morphological processing during compound word recognition for Chinese children. Poster presented at the 2011SRCD Biennial Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  • Tong, X., Liu, D., Chung, K. K. H., & McBride-Chang, C. (01, Apr., 2011). Chinese word and character processing in Chinese-speaking children: Holistic or analytic? Poster presented at the 2011SRCD Biennial Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  • Liu, P. D., McBride-Chang, C., & Zhang, J. (08, Jul., 2010). Morphological sensitivity and its associations with vocabulary acquisition in Chinese children. Poster presented at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR), Berlin, Germany.
  • Liu, P. D., & McBride-Chang, C. (02, Jul., 2010). How to understand morphological awareness: The relationship between morphological sensitivity and morphological awareness for third grade Chinese children. Paper presented at the Research in Reading Chinese and Related Asian Languages Conference, Toronto, Canada.
  • Liu, D. (07, Nov., 2009). The role of morphological processing on Chinese third grade children’s word reading. Paper presented at the 12th Chinese Congress of Psychology, Shandong, China.
  • Liu, D. & McBride-Chang, C. (10, Oct., 2009). Chinese children’s processing of morphological structure information during lexical access. Poster presented at the 13th ICPEAL, Beijing, China.
  • Liu, P. D., McBride-Chang, C., & Zhou, Y. (4, Apr., 2009). Chinese children’s morphological awareness for reading and vocabulary knowledge. Poster presented at the 2009 SRCD Biennial Meeting, Denver, the USA.
  • McBride-Chang, C., Zhou, Y., & Liu, P. D. (4, Apr., 2009). Letter knowledge and phonological processing in English word reading and vocabulary knowledge among young Chinese EFL children. Poster presented at the 2009 SRCD Biennial Meeting, Denver, the USA.
  • Liu, P. D. & McBride-Chang, C. (15, Jul., 2008). Metalinguistic awareness and vocabulary knowledge in Chinese (L1) and English (L2). Poster presented at the 20th biennial meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD), Wurzburg, Germany.
  • McBride-Chang, C., Wong, A., & Liu, P. D. (29, Jul., 2008). Early language markers of reading difficulty in Hong Kong Chinese children. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference of Cognitive Science, Seoul, Korea.
  • Liu, D. & McBride-Chang, C. (13, Jun., 2008). Morphological processing of Chinese compounds in Chinese elementary school children. Paper presented at the 6th Chinese Psychologist Conference, Hong Kong, China.
  • Liu, D. & McBride-Chang, C. (29, Dec., 2007). The Role of Tone Processing, Orthographic Awareness and Morphological Awareness on Hong Kong Chinese Children’s Word Recognition. Poster presented at the 12th International Conference on the Processing of East Asia Related Languages (PEARL), Tainan, Taiwan.
  • Liu, D. & McBride-Chang, C. (09, Nov., 2007). The effect of Chinese phonological awareness on ages 5 to 6 Hong Kong Chinese children’s reading development. Paper presented at the 11th Chinese Congress of Psychology, Kaifeng, China. 

 

Community & Professional Services

Consultancy in past 3 years:

Ad Hoc Reviewer:

Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience Child Development

Journal of Educational Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

Reading Research Quarterly

Bilingualism: Language and Cognition

Journal of Learning Disabilities

Child Language

Scientific Studies of Reading

Applied Psycholinguistics

Language Learning

Reading & Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Visual Cognition

Journal of Research in Reading

Child Language Teaching and Therapy

Language, Culture and Curriculum

Written Language and Literacy

Invited reviewer for grants:

National Science Foundation, U.S.
Research Grants Council, Hong Kong

Dr. LUNG Ching Leung

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 7625
cllung@eduhk.hk

Dr. LUNG Ching Leung
Assistant Professor
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Specialisation: School Guidance and Counselling

BSc, DipEd, MA (CUHK), EdD (Durham)

Teaching Areas

  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Personal and Professional Development of Teachers
  • Personal and Social Education
  • Human Intimacy
  • Life Skills

Research Interests

  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Social and Personal Education
  • Teacher Education
  • Spiritual Education

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning of a new General Education course  (Principal Investigator, 2014)
  • Promoting Adolescent Spiritual Health and Psychological Well-being: Identifying Factors which Enhance Resilience and Life Satisfaction (Co-I, 2012-2013)
  • School-Based Family Counselling Project (Co-I, 2011)
  • Adaptation and Validation of the "Spiritual Health and Life-Orientation Measure" Questionnaire with a Hong Kong Student-Techer Sample. (Co-I, HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2008-2009)
  • The Pastoral Role of Teacher in Secondary Schhol. )PI, HKIEd Departmental Small Scale Research Fund, 2007-2008)
  • Contemporary Chinese teachers’ experiences of changing gender identities: A case study of secondary school teachers in Hong Kong. (Co-I, HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2007-2008)
  • The relationship between relationship styles, coping strategies, identity development and mental health among Chinese young adult learners. (Co-I,. HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2006-2007)
  • Contemporary Chinese men teachers’ experience of changing masculinities: A case study of men teachers in Hong Kong. (Co-I, HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2005- 2006)
  • An investigation into the profiles and good practices of guidance and counseling services in Hong Kong primary schools. (PI, HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2002- 2003)
  • An investigation into the development of pre-service teacher and implications for a guidance training program with regards to their guidance role in the primary schools in Hong Kong. (PI,. HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2000- 2001)

Representative Publications

  • Lung, C. L. (2013). Roles and functions of the class teacher: Guidance for pupils’ personal growth on an individual and class basis. P. Y. Y. Luk-Fong & Y. C. Lee-Man (Eds.), School Guidance and Counselling : Trends and Practices (155-173). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • 龍精亮、陸方鈺儀和王秉豪(2012):華人男教師:男性特質的看法及成因,輯於陳潔華、蔡寶瓊編,《教育的性別視角》,(頁70-87),香港,中國,城市大學出版社。
  • Lung, C. L. (2011). An investigation into the development of pre-service teachers in a guidance training programme and its implications for their guidance role in schools. UK: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing Gmbh & Co.
  • 龍精亮 (2011) :班主任的角色與功能﹕在個人及班級層面輔導學生成長,輯於陸方鈺儀、李文玉清編《學校輔導:趨勢與實務》,(頁 141 – 158),香港:香港大學出版社。
  • 龍精亮 (2011) :班主任的角色與功能﹕在學校層面輔導學生成長,輯於陸方鈺儀、李文玉清編《學校輔導:趨勢與實務》,(頁 159 – 179),香港:香港大學出版社。
  • 龍精亮(2009)。教改要給「有心人」創造空間,輯於香港教育學院編,《唯教‧唯大:香港教育學院十五周年紀念教育評論結集》,(頁17-19),香港:香港教育學院。
  • 龍精亮,莫慕貞 (2007) 。以「知 — 想 — 學」方法評估學習需要。輯於梁佩雲、梁淑腎 ( 編 ) 。導向學習的評估,頁 100 - 101 。香港:香港大學出版社 .
  • Lung, C.L. & Chung, M.Y. ( 2006). A case of an emotional disturbed student with parental divorce. In C. Kwok & Y.C. Lee-Man (Ed.), Counselling cases: Illustrations and insights (pp .45- 49). Singapore: McGraw-Hill education ( Asia). (in Chinese).
  • Lung, C.L. ( 2000). Students’ development and sheer joy of learning: The role of form teacher in Hong Kong. In S.L. Chan & J. Fang (Ed.), The Joy of learning and teaching (pp .83- 93). Foundations in Education Series 1. Hong Kong: School of Foundations in Education, Hong Kong Institute of Education. (in Chinese).

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Lung, C. L. (2013). Implementation of the comprehensive student guidance service in Hong Kong: Case studies in primary schools in policy and organization. New Horizons in Education, 61, 23-35.
  • Moore, S., Leung, C., Karnilowicz, W., &  Lung, C. L. (2012). Characteristics and predictors of romantic relationships in late adolescence and young adulthood in Hong Kong and Australia. Australian Psychologist, 47(2), 108-117.
  • Leung, C., Moore, S., Karnilowicz, W., & Lung, C. L. (2011). Romantic relationships, relationship styles, coping strategies, and psychological distress among Chinese and Australian young adults. Social Development, 20(4), 783-804.
  • Lung, C. L. (2010). Comprehensive student guidance service: A pilot study on cultivating school caring culture. New Horizons in Education (in Chinese), 58(2), 43-53.
  • 龙精亮(2010)。〈全方位学生辅导服务:建构学校关顾文化之初探〉,《教育曙光》,58(2), 页43-53。
  • Lung, C. L., & Mok, M. M. C. ( 2006). The guidance role of class teachers under the system of 3+ 3+ 4. The Journal of School Quality Education, Vol. 4. 7- 16 (in Chinese).
  • Mok, M. M. C., Lung, C. L., Cheng, D. P. W., Cheung, R. H. P., & Ng, M. L. ( 2006). Self-assessment in higher education: experience in using a metacognitive approach in five case studies. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 31 ( 4), 415- 433.
  • 龍精亮、莫慕貞(2006):《「三三四」制度下中學班主任的輔導角色》,《優質學校教育學報》第4期,頁7-16。
  • Mok, M. M. C., & Lung, C. L. ( 2005). Developing self-directed learning in teachers. International Journal of Self-directed Learning, 2( 1), 18- 39.
  • Lung, C.L. & Chan-Tam, M.N. (2004). The enhancement of students' self esteem by educators. New Horizon in Education . 50, 106-114 (in Chinese).
  • Lung, C.L. (2004). Civic Education Reform in Hong Kong Primary schools. Journal of Basic Education. 13 (1), 25-34 (in Chinese).
  • Lung, C.L. & Chan-Tam, M.N. ( 2003a ). Teacher development: Knowing more about emotions and emotional awareness. New Horizon in Education. 47 , 39 - 45 (in Chinese).
  • Luk-Fong, Y.Y. P. & Lung, C.L. ( 2003b ). The initial development of an instrument for the evaluation of guidance and counseling services in schools. School Psychology International. 24 ( 3 ), 292 - 312.
  • Luk-Fong, Y.Y. P. & Lung, C.L. ( 2003c ). A learning partner project in in-service teacher education for personal and social development of students. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education & Development. 6 ( 2 ), 135 - 146.
  • Lung, C.L. & Luk-Fong, Y.Y.P ( 2001 ). Ten years implementation of whole school approach to guidance: Evaluation and Suggestion. Education Research Journal. 16 , ( 2 ) ,297 - 313. (in Chinese).
  • Lung, C.L. & Luk-Fong, Y.Y. P. ( 1998 ). Quality improvement: managing effective school guidance and counseling service. Asian Journal of Counseling. 5 ( 1 & 2 ), 75 - 86.

Conference Papers

  • Lung, C. L., & Luk-Fong, Y. Y. (2014, June). Outcome-based learning as a means for improving teacher preparation for guidance and counseling role in schools: A case study in Hong Kong. Paper presented at The Global Curriculum & Instruction Network Conference 2014, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L., Luk-Fong, Y.Y., & Ng, K.W. (2011, June). School-Based Family Counselling Project in HKIEd: Invitation for Dialogue. Paper presented at the Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counselling in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Chan Tam, M.N., & Lung, C.L. (2010, December). Self transformation of lived experiences to social strategies in adapting and adjusting to teaching enviornment of beginning teachers. The 2 nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L. (2010, December). Effectiveness of guidance and counseling training course in the framework of outcomes based learning. The 2 nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L., & Wong, P.H. (2010, December). Teachers' View towards Spiritual Health. The 2 nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L., Luk-Fong, Y.Y.P. & Wong, P.H. (2010, December). Chinese Men Teachers: Views towards and Causes of Masculinity. The 2nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, Hong Kong.
  • Tam, M.N., & Lung, C.L. (2010, December). Self transformation of lived experiences to social strategies in adapting and adjusting to teaching enviornment of beginning teachers. The 2 nd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C. L., & Mok, M. M. C. (2009, November). Charting critical incidents for change by multiple assessment method in a Guidance and Counseling training programme. Paper presented at the International Conference on Primary Education, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C. L., & Tam, M. N. (2009, November). Effectiveness of guidance and counseling training programme on teachers' attitude towards pupils' problems. Paper presented at the International Conference on Primary Education, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C. L., & Luk-Fong, Y. Y. (2009, July 1-4). Doing masculinities in a hybrid Chinese cultural context: A tale of two secondary men teachers' struggles in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the ISATT 2009 Conference, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland.
  • Luk-Fong, Y. Y., Choi, P. L., Lung, C. L., & Wong, P. H. (2009, July 1-4). Yin-Yang methodlogy in the study of teachers' gendered identities: Issues and possibilities. Paper presented at the ISATT 2009 Conference, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland.
  • Leung, C., Moore, S., Lung, C. L., & Karnilowicz, W. (2008, July 20-25). Coping strategies and psychological well-being. Poster presented at XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.
  • Luk-Fong, Y.Y.P., Lung, C.L. & Wong Ping Ho. ( 2007, May 28- 30). Contemporary Chinese men's experiences of changing masculinities: A case study of Chinese men teachers in Hong Kong . Paper presented at Center for Research in Pedagogy and Practice Conference 2007, National Institute of Education, Singapore .
  • Lung, C. L., & Cheung, S. M. (2006, November). Children in the school systems. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C. L., Shek, M. P., & Yim, S. W. (2006, November). Case analysis-integration of counselling theories, skills and current issues. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L., Shek, M. P. & Yim, S.W. ( 2006, November 28- 30). Symposium with topic Personal growth for teachers in the face of changes – an anatomy of a pilot professional teacher development course. Paper Five : Case Analysis-Integration of Counselling Theories , Skills and Current Issues. Paper presented at the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference 2006, HKIEd, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L. ( 2006, June 22- 24). An exploratory study: The guidance role of teacher and gender of student. Paper presented at the Second International Conference in the Asia-Pacific Region at HKIEd, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C.L. ( 2006, May 27). The integration of discipline and guidance: Theory and practice. Paper presented at the 2006 International Conference on Counselling organized by HKPCA at CUHK . (In Chinese).
  • Lung, C.L. ( 2005, December 2- 3). Education reform: Constructing caring culture in schools. Paper presented at the Faculty of Education of CUHK 40 th Anniversary International Conference at CUHK. (In Chinese).
  • Lung, C.L. ( 2005, December 2- 3). Implementation of Education reform: The changing roles and training of teachers. Paper presented at the Faculty of Education of CUHK 40 th Anniversary International Conference at CUHK. (In Chinese).
  • Lung, C. L., & Mok, M. M. C. (2005, June). Strategies for providing feedback: The use of VMS (Valuable-Muddiest-suggestion) approach in action research. Paper presented at the Learning Oriented Assessment Conference 2005 - Using assessment to improve learning, 10 June 2005, HKIEd, Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C. L., & Mok, M. M. C. (2004, July). Using the KWL (Know-Want-Learn) method to support teacher educators in action research. Paper presented at the ICET World Assembly 2004, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 13-17 July, 2004.
  • Mok, M. M. C., & Lung, C. L. (2004, July). Using concept map to scaffold pre-service teachers’ self-directed learning. Paper presented at the ICET World Assembly 2004, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 13-17 July, 2004
  • Mok, M., Lung, C.L., Cheng, P.W., Cheung, H.P., & Ng, M.L. (2004, June 11). How to promote self-assessment in higher education: experience in using the KWL approach in teacher education programme. Paper presented at the LOAP - If assessment is the answer, what is the question seminar, HKIEd, Hong Kong.

 

 

Community & Professional Services

Reviewer

  • For Journal articles of "New Horizons in Education" and "The Journal of Quality School Education".

Member of Committees

  • Hong Kong Examination Authority: Sixth Form Ethics and Religious Studies.

Collaboration with Schools

  • Invited by EMB as the sole speaker to conduct a workshop for primary school principals in "Comprehensive Student Guidance Service: Planning and Evaluation".
  • Staff development workshops for principals in "Comprehensive Developmental Guidance Programme" for EMB.
  • Staff development workshops in Advanced Certificate Course for Student Guidance Teacher/ Officer in Primary School.
  • Parent workshops on "Understanding your Form one kids for transition from Primary to Secondary school" conducted for a secondary school.

 

 

 

Dr. OOI Chia Wen, Carmen

Lecturer I

(852) 2948 8688
cwooi@eduhk.hk

Dr. OOI Chia Wen, Carmen
Lecturer I
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Specialization: Speech-Language Pathology

Ph.D., The University of Hong Kong
M.Phil, The University of Hong Kong 
B. Speech Sciences, The National University of Malaysia (UKM)
Member of the Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists
Member of the Malaysian Association of Speech-Language and Hearing

Carmen graduated from the National University of Malaysia (UKM) as a speech-language therapist. She was a full time clinician at the Gleneagles Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia before she obtained her Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Hong Kong.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Child language development
  • Language disorders in children and adolescents
  • Reading and writing development

 

Research Areas

  • Specific language impairment
  • Memory and child language acquisition
  • Bi/Multilingualism

 

Publication

  • Ooi, C. C.-W. & Wong, A. M.-Y. (2012). Assessing bilingual Chinese-English young children in Malaysia using language sample measures. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 14(6), 499-508.

 

Conference papers

  • Ooi, C. C.-W. & Wong, A. M.-Y. Phonological Short-Term Memory and Cantonese Relative Clause Comprehension in Children with Specific Language Impairment. Paper presented at the Experimental Psycholinguistics Conference (ERP), Madrid, October, 2014.
  • Ooi, C. C.-W. & Wong, A. M.-Y. Assessing Syntax Development in Non-Standard English Bilingual Preschoolers Using Modified-IPSyn. Paper presented at the Annual ASHA Convention, November, 2011.
  • Ooi, C. C.-W. Assessing Malaysian Chinese-English Bilingual Preschoolers Using Language Sample Measures. Paper presented at the Regional Conference on Current Developments in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences in the Asia Pacific Region, Kuala Lumpur, May 2010.

Dr. POON Kei Yan, Kean

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8303
kean@eduhk.hk

Dr. POON Kei Yan, Kean
Assistant Professor
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(852) 2948 8303
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kean@eduhk.hk
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Specialisation: Executive Functions, Juvenile Delinquency, Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties, Educational Psychology

Ph.D. (Educational Psychology), The University of Hong Kong
M.S.A, Central Michigan University
Bachelor of Arts (Major Psychology, Minor Sociology), The University of British Columbia
Registered Educational Psychologist, Division of Educational Psychology(DEP), The Hong Kong Psychological Society

Introduction
Dr. Kean Poon obtained her doctorate degree at the University of Hong Kong and is a registered educational psychologist. She is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling. Her research interests include (a) Executive Functioning in Special Education (b) Adolescents with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and/or Reading Disability (c) Juvenile Delinquency.

Membership of Professional Societies 

  • Graduate Member, Hong Kong Psychological Society (2008-present)
  • Accredited Mediator, Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (2010—present)
  • Accredited Mediator, The Accord Group (Australia) (2008—present)
  • Registered Educational Psychologist, Division of Educational Psychology(DEP), The Hong Kong Psychological Society (2014)

Teaching Areas

  • School Guidance and Managing Diversity
  • Understanding Students with Special Needs
  • Education Project

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Working Memory Training in Young Children with ADHD and/or RD: a randomized placebo-controlled trial (Principal Investigator, Departmental Collaborative Research Fund, 2016-2017)
  • Enhancing Executive Functioning of Children Living in Poverty: A Randomized Experiment Study (Principal Investigator, Public Policy Research Funding Scheme, 2016-2018)
  • Development of Hot and Cool Executive Functions in Chinese Delinquent Adolescents (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, 2015-2016)

Academic Activities

Journal Publications

  • Poon, K. (2016). Understanding Risk-taking Behavior in Bullies, Victims, and Bully Victims: Using Cognitive- and Emotion-Focused Approaches. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1838, 1-15.
  • Poon, K. & Ho, C. S.-H., (2016). Risk taking Propensity and Sensitivity to Punishment in Adolescents with Reading Disability and/or ADHD symptoms. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 53-54, 296-304.
  • Poon, K. & Ho, C. S.-H., (2015) Contrasting Deficits on Psychosocial Outcomes in Chinese Delinquent Adolescents with Reading Disability and/ or Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. 26 (1), 38-59
  • Poon, K. & Ho, C. S.-H., (2014) Contrasting Deficits on Executive Functions in Chinese Delinquent Adolescents with Reading Disability and/ or Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35 (11), 3046-3056

Conference Paper

  • Poon, K. Cognitive Appraisal and Behavioral Measure of Risk in Chinese Bully, Victim and Bully-victim Adolescents (The 8th World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Melbourne, (2016))
  • Poon, K. Executive functioning and delinquent behavior in Chinese juvenile delinquent with co-morbid developmental reading disability and attention- deficit/ hyperactivity disorder. (The conference of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions, Paris (2012))
  • Poon, K. Risk taking Propensity and Sensitivity to Punishment in Adolescents with Reading Disability and/ or ADHD symptoms. (The inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam (2015))

Community and Professional Services

Ad Hoc Reviewers:

  1. Universal Journal of Educational Research
  2. Journal of Psychiatry

Columnist

01/2004—12/2008  Health Plus Magazine (Articles on Psychology)

Workshops and Seminars 

22 Sep, 2017 - Invited Speaker of Pooi Kei Primary School Teachers’ Training workshop《「高分低能?」淺談執行能力及其提升方法》

11 Jul, 2017 - Speaker of conference on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs—“Working memory training in Young Children with ADHD and/or RD”

16 May, 2017 – Professional development sharing to Po Leung Kuk School based Educational Psychologists on “Executive Function: Implication for Educational Psychological Services”

28 Apr, 2017 - Invited speaker of the Ebenezer 120th Anniversary International Research Symposium on “Chinese Adolescents with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and Reading Disabilities”

23 Mar, 2016 - Invited speaker from the Hong Kong Police Force on "Youth Pathology" 

12 Mar, 2016 - Keynote speaker of the seminar on inclusive education organized by the Consortium of Asia Pacific Education Universities (CAPEU) on "Risk taking in adolescents with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and Reading Disabilities".

25 Nov, 2015 - Invited speaker from the Hong Kong Police Force on "Youth Pathology" 

15 Sep, 2015 - Invited speaker from the Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Yuen Long) for Teachers Development Day on "School Guidance and Discipline Approach" 

​6 Jul, 2015 - Invited speaker from the Christ College for Student Seminar on "Executive Functioning Development in Adolescence"

28 May, 2015 - Dr. Kean Poon receives Phoenix Satellite Television interview on parenting issues (Phonenix Satellite Television, May 28, 2015)  (26:16 - 48:00)

2 Feb, 2015 - Invited speaker from the Christ College for Teachers Sharing Workshop on “Executive Functioning Development in Adolescence”

28 Nov, 2014 - Invited speaker from the Society of Boys' Centres Hui Chung Sing Memorial School for Professional Sharing Seminar 「從理論基礎及本地研究出發: 探討讀障或過渡活躍症及專注力不足症學生行為問題的成因」

3 Oct, 2014 - Invited speaker from the Hong Kong Juvenile Care Center Chan Nam Cheong Memorial School & Society of Boys' Centres for Professional Development Seminar 「從理論及本地研究看讀寫障礙及過度活躍和專注力不足學童在群育學校的教育

Dr. SHEK Mei Po, Mabel

Senior Lecturer II, Director of SPFE

(852) 2948 8379
mmpshek@eduhk.hk

Dr. SHEK Mei Po, Mabel
Senior Lecturer II, Director of SPFE
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Specialisation: School Guidance and Career Counselling

EdD, MEd, MSoSc, BEd, AdvCertEd, CertEd

Profile

Dr. Mabel Shek is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Special Education and Counselling, Director of School Partnership and Field Experience, and Programme Coordinator of the Professional Development Programme on Life Planning Education and Career Guidance at the Education University of Hong Kong. She received her Doctor of Education from the University of Bristol. She also holds a Master’s degree in Education and a Master of Social Science degree in Counselling. Her research focus is in school guidance and counselling, career guidance, professional identity and culture, reflective learning and blended learning.

Mabel was awarded the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Administrative Services in 2017 and Outstanding Performance in Teaching in 2012 by the EdUHK, and Excellence in Teaching Award in 2011 by the Faculty of Education Studies. She previously worked at a boy’s home, secondary schools, and with the Education Bureau’s Guidance Section, and has many years’ experience in teaching, training and counselling.  She provides parent education at schools, and organizes workshops to enhance teachers’ personal and professional development.  Her teaching areas include School Guidance and Counselling, Life Planning Education and Career Guidance.

Teaching Areas

  • School guidance and counselling
  • Life planning education and career guidance 

Research Interests

  • School guidance and counselling
  • Career guidance
  • Professional identity and culture
  • Reflective learning and blended learning

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Using Video Annotation Tool to enhance students’ reflective practices and communication competence through a collaborative learning community [EdUHK Teaching Development Grant, Aug 2017 – Jul 2018, Principal Project Supervisor]
  • University Enhancement of e-Learning for Staff and Students [EdUHK Central Reserve Fund, Jul 2017 – Oct 2018, Co-opted Member]
  • Development of A Sustainable Technology-enhanced Learning Platform to Support Video-based Learning Community and Moderation of Online Assessment on Teaching Practices [EdUHK Central Reserve Fund, Jul 2015 – Dec 2017, Principal Project Supervisor]
  • Promoting Career and Life Planning Education in Schools: ‘School-University-Reaching-Enterprises (SURE) Partnership’ [Funding from UGC on Initiatives in Strategic Areas, Dec 2015 – Sep 2017, Co-Project Investigator].
  • The blended & online learning & teaching (BOLT) Project: Collaborative professional development for capacity building in blended and online learning and teaching in Hong Kong [UGC-Teaching Development Grant 2014/17, Co-Investigator]

Book Chapter 

  • Shek, M. (2015). Riding the wave of education reform: Using a reflecting team to explore the professional identities of school counsellors in Hong Kong. In S. Trahar & W. M. Yu (Eds), Using narrative inquiry for educational research in the Asia Pacific. New York, NY: Routledge, pp.69-84.
  • Shek, M. M. P. (2013). Hong Kong school guidance and counselling service: Development and approach. In P. Y. Y. Luk-Fong, and Y. C. Lee-Man (Eds.), School guidance and counselling: Trends and Practices (pp.55-76). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • 石美寶 (2012):〈你改變了我〉輯錄於林碧霞主編《優而為師》(電子書),(頁21-26)。香港:香港教育學院教學委員會「卓越教學推廣工作組」。
  • 石美寶 (2011):〈香港輔導服務的發展〉,輯於陸方鈺儀、李文玉清編《學校輔導:趨勢與實務》,香港:香港大學出版社。

Conference Papers

  • Shek, M. (July 2015). Narratives of School Counsellors in Hong Kong: Negotiating Professional Identity in a Chinese Cultural Context. Paper presented at The Second European Conference on Cultural Studies. Brighton, U.K.
  • Shek, M. P. M. (April 2013). Using a reflecting team to facilitate learning about the qualities of sex educator. Paper presented at the Learning & Teaching @HKIEd 2013 Mini Conference, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China.
  • Shek, M. P. (November 2006). Personal growth of teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference. Hong Kong.
  • Lung, C. L., Shek, M. P., & Yim, S. W. (November 2006). Case analysis-integration of counseling theories, skills and current issues. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference. Hong Kong. 

Community & Professional Services 

Teacher development and consultation service:

  • Life Education
  • Crisis intervention strategies
  • Developing positive school culture
  • Handling students with emotional and behavioral problems 

Parent Education:

  • Communication and parenting skills
  • Enhancing children’s learning 

Prof. SIN Kuen Fung, Kenneth

Professor, Director (CSENIE)

(852) 2948 7758
kfsin@eduhk.hk

Prof. SIN Kuen Fung, Kenneth
Professor, Director (CSENIE)
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Specialisation: Supporting Students with Special Needs for Inclusion
Teacher Certificate, Sir Robert Black College of Education

Certificate for Teachers of Slow Learning Children, Education Department
B.Phil. in Education, (Children and Adults with Learning and Behaviour Difficulties), Exeter University
Advanced Diploma in Education, (Special Education), University of Hong Kong
Master of Education, (Special Education), University of Hong Kong
University Certificate in School Counseling and Guidance, University of Hong Kong
Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Psychology, City University of Hong Kong
Doctor of Education, Leicester University

Teaching Areas

  • Inclusive Education
  • Education of Children with Sensory or Physical Disabilities
  • Emotional and Behavioural Disorder

Research Interests

  • Teacher Education in Special Educational Needs
  • Assistive Technology in Special Education
  • Autism

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Chief Investigator, Post-school outcomes of senior secondary graduates with special educational needs (1/2013-12/2014)
  • Chief Investigator, SMILE Project to support students with SEN  (10/2013-10/2016)
  • Co-Investigator, A Pilot Investigation on the Roles of Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) as a Document, a Practice and a Process for Students with Special Educational Needs: Meeting the Challenges of the Inclusive Education Policy in Hong Kong (2/2012-2/2013)
  • Co-Investigator, Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Ordinary Schools: Design and Evaluation of a Culturally Sensitive Holistic Inclusive Model (11/2012-5/2015)
  • Chief Investigator, Examining the services for Persons with Autism in Mainland China (9/2011-3/2012)
  • Chief Investigator, Exploratory Study in Enhancing the Pedagogical Practices in Hong Kong Special Schools (9/2010-8/2012)
  • Chief Investigator, Study on equal learning opportunities for students with special educational needs under the integrated education system  (3/2010-3/2011)
  • Co-Investigator, The Role and Impact of Teaching Assistants in the Implementation of Inclusive Practices in the Hong Kong Schools (2/2010-5/2011)
  • Co-Investigator, Transitions for Students with Special Education Needs within a Whole School Approach to Inclusion (8/2010-11/2011)
  • Chief Investigator, 澳門特殊教育專項評鑑 (12/2010-12/2012)
  • Chief Investigator, Study on Equal Learning Opportunities for Students with Disabilities under the Integrated Education System  (11/2009-3/2011)
  • Ho, F. C., Sin, K. F., Chiu-Ching, T. L., and Yip-Ng S. Y., Using a collaborative mode to strengthen the professional skills of teachers in special schools, Quality Education Fund (1/2008-3/2010)
  • Pearson, V., and Sin, K. F., Inquiry into King Geogre V School provision for children with special educational needs, HK Private Fund-Charities/Foundations (11/2007-4/2008)
  • Chief investigator, Enhancing teachers in addressing the diverse learning needs, Quality Education Fund (9/2006-8/2007)
  • Chief Investigator, Preparing teachers for inclusion, HKIEd-Additional Departmental Fund (11/2008-6/2009)
  • Ho, F. C., Sin, K. F., Chiu-Ching, T. L., and Yip-Ng S. Y., Using a collaborative mode to strengthen the professional skills of teachers in special schools, Quality Education Fund (1/2008-3/2010)
  • Pearson, V., and Sin, K. F., Inquiry into King Geogre V School provision for children with special educational needs, HK Private Fund-Charities/Foundations (11/2007-4/2008)
  • Chief investigator, Enhancing teachers in addressing the diverse learning needs, Quality Education Fund (9/2006-8/2007)
  • Keppell, M. J., Ng, M. W., Sin, K. F., Chen, S., Leung, P. W., and Bodycott, P. T., Blended learning, learning design and peer learning: Eight departmental approaches, HKIEd-Internal Research Grant (8/2005-1/2007)
  • 徐國棟、余煊、容家駒、冼權鋒、黄婉冰、謝宗義,融合教育在香港推行的情況,HK Private Fund-Others (4/2004-8/2006)
  • Core member, Teaching Children with Autism: Home-School Partnerships, HKIEd, Quality Education Fund ($720,000)(9/2001-31/1/2003)
  • Steering Committee, The joint schools supporting network for children with maladjusted problems, Hong Kong Student Aids Society, Quality Education Fund, (9/2001-8/2003) ($595,900)
  • Project leader, Supporting teachers in using information technology in special education, HKIEd, Quality Education Fund ($900,000)(9/2000-2/2002)
  • Hui, L. H. and Sin, K. F. (2002). Performance indicators for special education teachers in Macau , research commissioned by Macau Government.
  • Core member, Dyslexia: awareness and teaching, HKIEd, Quality Education Fund ($502,700)(9/2000-8/2001)
  • Consultant, "Creating a dynamic learning environment for teachers", Education Convergence and HK Polytechnic University (Department of Applied Social Studies), funded by QEF ($200,000) (7/2000-12/2001).
  • Project coordinator, "Curriculum development of General Studies", HKSYC&IA Chan Nam Cheong Memorial School (Special Section), funded by QEF ($990,900)( (9/1998-8/2001).
  • Deputy Principal Investigator, "Consultancy Study on the Multiplicity of Handicaps among Students of Aided Special Schools, Practical Schools and Skills Opportunity Schools", 2.7 million funded by Education Department, 1999-2002.
  • Project leader, Making integration successful, HKIEd, Quality Education Fund ($700,000)(6/1998-5/2001) School-based workshops on "A whole school approach to integration." funded by the Education and Manpower Bureau, 2002-2005
  • Consultant, "Fostering a harmonious and rational learning environment", Yan Chai Hospital / Education Convergence, funded by QEF ($3,618,100) (9/1998-8/1999).
  • Member, Case Studies of Local Integrated Schools for Children with and without Disabilities, funded by the Support Group for Integration ($400,000)
  • Consultants, The development of co-teaching skills for primary teachers of resource classes, funded by the Education Development ($100,000)

Representative Publications

  • Sin, K.F. (2003). Practices and development of gifted and talent education. In J. P. Keeves and R. Watanabe (Eds.). International handbook of educational research in the Asia-Pacific region. Part 1, pp. 189-202. The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • 冼權鋒、陳洪基、陳繼宇 (2003): 《特殊教育資訊科技: 從認識到實踐》,香港,香港教育學院。
  • The Centre for Special Needs and Studies in Inclusive Education (2003). Case studies of four integrated schools in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • 何福全、冼權鋒、鄭劉麗霞、趙程德蘭、馮馮詠儀、葉吳素如 (2003) :《如何教導自閉症兒童解讀別人的想法》,香港,香港教育學院,優質教育基金。
  • 何福全、香煥瓊、冼權鋒、葉吳素如 (2003) :《讀寫障礙: 認識與教導》,香港,香港教育學院,優質教育基金。
  • Sin, K.F., Hui, L.H., Kwok, C., Chan, H.K., Ho, F.C., Yip, N.S.Y., Tsui, K.T., Tong, C.L. & Doswon, C. (2002). Final Report on Consultancy Study on the Multiplicity of Handicaps among Students of Aided special Schools, Practical Schools and Skills Opportunity Schools (English version). Hong Kong ; Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • 冼權鋒 (2002): 共融活動: 「齊參與、齊體驗」,刊於鄭慕賢主編,《開發教學創造力》,135-142頁,香港,明窗出版社有限公司。
  • 冼權鋒(2002): 「澳門的聽力殘疾兒童教育」,刊於張寧生主編 : 《聽力殘疾兒童心理與教育》,216-217頁,中國: 遼寧師範大學出版社。
  • 冼權鋒(2002) : 「弱能學生的離校課程設計」,刊於許令嫻、李立志,《邁向成長路- 智能障礙青少年的職業訓練》,93-97頁,香港: 香港教育學院。
  • Sin, K.F. (2001). Developing remedial support in Hong Kong secondary schools. In Y.C. Cheng, M.C. Mok, and K.T. Tsui. Teaching effectiveness and teacher development: Towards a new knowledge base. pp.275-296. The Hong Kong Institute of Education & Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • 冼權鋒 (2000) :「適應有困難學生的品德教育」,刊於香港教育工作者聯會編,《香港教育----青少年品德和公民教育》,82-90頁。香港: 三聯書店(香港)有限公司。
  • 冼權鋒 (2000):「協助成績稍遜學生學習成功」,刊於李榮安主編,《學與教的喜悅》,243-256頁。香港:,朗文香港教育。
  • 冼權鋒 杜秀慧合編 (2000): 《邁向成功之融合教育計劃: 從認識到實踐》香港: 香港教育學院。
  • Sin, K.F. (1999). "Resources and strategies in using the multimedia technology in special education" In Robin Bradbeer (Ed.) "Current practices in multimedia education". Hong Kong : City University of Hong Kong Press.
  • Sin, K. F. & Chan, H.K. (1999). Improving the teaching and learning quality of "Technology in Special Education" in special education teacher education course. In Jeff Jame (Ed.), Quality in teaching & learning in higher education. The University Grants Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region , China . p.168-173. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Polytechnic University . (ISBN 962-367-267-5).
  • 冼權鋒(1999):「視障學生之電腦教育」。刊於陳梁悅明主編,《視障教育培訓課程》,153-164頁。北京: 中國盲文出版社。

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Tsang, K. L. Vicky & Sin, K. F. Kenneth. (2014). IEP development in Hong Kong: Implications for the future. CAISE Review (Online), 2, pending.
  • Yang L., Sin K. F., Li X. Y., Guo, J. S. & Lui, M. (2014). Understanding the power of feedback in education: A validation study of the Feedback Orientation Scale (FOS) in Classrooms. The International Journal of Psychological and Educational Assessment (TIJEPA), 16 (2), 20-46.
  • 冼權鋒 (2013) : 香港特教師資培訓不同模式的實踐經驗及困難,《香港特殊教育論壇》,15,頁88-95。 
  • 潘頌兒、呂明、冼權鋒、高鳳展、楊蘭和黃婉冰 (2013) :智障學生中學後持續教育課程的需求,《香港特殊教育論壇》,15,頁36-47。 
  • 冼權鋒、呂明、晏子、何福全、區美蘭和霍艾蓮 (2013) : 「融合教育制度下殘疾學生的平等學習機會研究」的啟示,《香港特殊教育論壇》,15,頁106-110。
  • Tsang, K. W., Tam, H. Y., Au, M. L & Sin, K. F. (2013). Enhancing the pedagogical practices in Hong Kong special schools by the collaborative mode of lesson study. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 15, 21-35. 
  • Forlin, C., Sin, K.F., & MaClean, R. (2013, In press). Transition for a student with special educational needs from primary to secondary school in Hong Kong. Australasian Journal of Special Education.
  • Sin, K. F., & Yan, Z. (2013). Inclusive education: Teachers’ intentions and behaviour analyzed from the viewpoint of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. International Journal of Inclusive Education, doi:10.1080/13603116.2012.757811.
  • Swet, V. J. & Sin, K.F. (2011). Preparing master-students of the Erasmus Mundus programme in special education needs for international collaboration: An insight for Hong Kong teacher education in SEN. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, Vol. 13, 1-12. The Special Education Society of Hong Kong Ltd.
  • Sin, K. F. (2011). Initiating positive practices for diversity in Hong Kong schools. SangSaeng, Asic-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU), UNESCO, 29, 22-24.
  • 冼權鋒(2010):《新高中對有特殊教育需要學生的功能和意義》,《香港特殊教育論壇》,第12期,107-110。
  • Forlin, C., & Sin, K. F. (2010). Developing support for inclusion: A professional learning approach for teachers in Hong Kong. International Journal for Whole Schooling, 6(1), 7-26.
  • 冼權鋒 (2007). 理想與現況:從「融合教育在香港小學推行的情況」的研究報告看香港融合教育的發展,《香港特殊教育論壇》第 9 , 頁 105-110.
  • 冼權鋒 (1999) : 「如何發揮多感官室的功能」,《香港特殊教育論壇》,2(2),45-55頁。 冼權鋒、麥志洪、陳洪基(1999): 「聾童學習倉頡輸入法的可行性」,《中國特殊教育》,1(21),20-24頁。
  • Sin, K.F. & Chan, H.K. (1998). The feasibility of implementing school-based curriculum scheme in special schools in China . Research on Special Education, Vol 1, 25, 13-15.
  • Sin, K.F., Lyon , P.E. & Chan, H.K. (1998). The education of gifted education in Hong Kong . In J.L. Fortson (Ed.). Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. VI. p.153-168. USA : Society of Educators and Scholars.

 

Book Chapters 

  • 王李小玲、謝宗義、冼權鋒、王明爍、戚碧玉及許盧萬珍等(2014):《愛得其法、閉門自開》自閉症人士家長手冊,香港,扶康會。
  • 育智中心、丁錫全、冼權鋒合著(2013):《我家有一個A仔——自閉症個案與專家分析指引》,香港,紅出版 (圓桌文化)。
  • 曹莉莉、冼權鋒合編(2013):《聆.感.觸.動:視聽障人士學習個案》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心,香港盲人輔導會。
  • 冼權鋒、林鎮威等編(2013):《讓愛閃亮: 全港特殊學校學生才藝大匯演紀念特刋》,香港,香港教育學院、教育局、香港特殊學校議會。。
  • 區美蘭、冼權鋒合編(2013):《「適異教學」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示 數學科「乘法規律」教學》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒、高鳳展(2013):「華南地區自閉症人士服務現狀調查及訪談報告」,刊於深圳市自閉症研究會主編,《中國自閉症人士服務現狀調查:華南地區》,(1-95),中國,華夏出版社 (Huaxia Publishing House)。
  • 冼權鋒(2013):「在共融概念下,教師特教知能的迷思與反思」,刊於冼權鋒主編,《共融文集暨傷健共融活動教材》,(18-21),香港,香港教育學院、香港傷健協會、傷健學院。
  • 冼權鋒等(2013):《共融文集暨傷健共融活動教材》,香港,香港教育學院、香港傷健協會、傷健學院。
  • 區美蘭、冼權鋒合編(2012):《「適異教學」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示 通識科示例──「環境保護」》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • Sin, K. F., & Law, S. Y. (2012). The construction of an Institute-School-Community partnership of teacher education for inclusion. In C. Forlin (Ed.), Future directions for inclusive teacher education: An international perspective (pp.203-211). New York: Routledge.
  • 嚴明慧著、冼權鋒編譯(2012):《與自閉症兒童一起的旅程: 家長及行為治療師的勵志故事》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 李曉曦著、冼權鋒編譯(2012):《電動車的教育路》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「促進教師知能發展、支持自閉症融合生」,刊於上海愛好兒童康復培訓中心編,《2011年上海第二屇自閉症康復論壇暨公益系列講座: 「自閉症融合教育的探索」論文集》,(15-19),上海, 中國,上海愛好兒童康復培訓中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「香港學齡期自閉症兒童的支援政策及服務發展」,刊於上海愛好兒童康復培訓中心編,《2011年上海第二屇自閉症康復論壇暨公益系列講座: 「自閉症融合教育的探索」論文集》,(1-3),上海, 中國,上海愛好兒童康復培訓中心。
  • 區美蘭、冼權鋒合編(2011):《「課堂學習研究」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示-「5以內數數」教學》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 區美蘭、冼權鋒合編(2011):《「課堂學習研究」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示-「前後位置」教學》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 區美蘭、冼權鋒合編(2011):《「課堂學習研究」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示-「平面圖形」》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「落實共融、辨難析需、助幼成長」,刊於協康會社工團隊編,《青蔥教室系列之融入主流: 學童全方位適應錦囊》,(3-5頁),香港,協康會。
  • 刊於鄭敏敏主編(2011):「在融合教育下,如何照顧學生個別差異」,刊於鄭敏敏主編,《2011兩岸四地學生輔導研討會蛻變中的你我他論文集》,(61-64頁),澳門, 中國,澳門街坊會聯合總會、澳門理工學院、教育暨青年局。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「利用「想法解讀」策略教導自閉症學生」,刊於冼權鋒、余秀螢合編,《自閉症學童教育: 「粵港研討會」文集》,(6-9),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「學障教師培訓的「3P」模式」,刊於吳淑櫻、冼權鋒合編,《關懷學障大使計劃 : 學障之路‧匡扶之道》,(13-16),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「面對全體學生、照顧個別差異」,刊於民建聯研究部編,《愛建家園: 民建聯建港方略研究論集二》,(111-114),香港,中華書局。
  • 冼權鋒(編)(2011):「從澳門及香港的融合教育發展,檢視融合教育的困難與挑戰」; 刊於2011年“融合教育國際論壇•中國寧波海曙”研討會,會議資料匯編,72-78頁,中國,寧波市海曙區人民政府、寧波市教育局、華東師範大學學前教育與特殊教育學院。
  • 冼權鋒、余秀螢合編(2011):《自閉症學童教育: 「粵港研討會」文集》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2011):「香港自閉症兒童教育及教師培訓新發展」,刊於冼權鋒、余秀螢合編,《自閉症學童教育: 「粵港研討會」文集》,(10-14),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒、許令嫻(2011):「香港的全納教育發展」,冼權鋒、許令嫻、徐麗楨合編,《全納教育全攻略:理念篇》,(13-26),香港,中國教育及科研出版。
  • 吳淑櫻、冼權鋒合編(2011):《關懷學障大使計劃 : 學障之路‧匡扶之道》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • Sin, K. F. (2010). The practice of inclusive education in an Asian city: Hong Kong SAR. In V. Timmons and P. N. Walsh (Eds.), A long walk to school: Global perspectives on inclusive education (63-82). The Netherlands: Sense Publisher.
  • 何福全、冼權鋒合編(2010):《「合作學習」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒(2010):「在特殊學校實踐「合作學習」的困難與啟示」,刊於何福全、冼權鋒合編,《「合作學習」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示》,(69-71),香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • 冼權鋒、許令嫻(2010):「香港的全納教育發展」,刊於冼權鋒、許令嫻合編,《全納教育全攻略:理念篇》,(13-26),香港,中國教育及科研出版。
  • 冼權鋒、許令嫻、徐麗楨合編(2010):《全納教育全攻略:理念篇》,香港,中國教育及科研出版。
  • 區美蘭、冼權鋒合編(2010):《「課堂學習研究」在特殊學校的實踐與啟示-「進位加法」教學》,香港,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心。
  • Sin, K. F., Tsang, K. W., Poon, C. Y., & Lai, C. L. (2010). Upskilling all mainstream teachers. What is viable?. In C. Forlin (Ed), Teacher Education for Inclusion, Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches (236-245). London, New York: Routledge.
  • 陳繼宇、冼權鋒(2010):「資訊及通訊科技在全納教育中之運用」,刊於冼權鋒、許令嫻、徐麗楨合編,《全納教育全攻略:理念篇》,(189-204),香港,中國教育及科研出版。
  • 李萍英、蕭敏康、文偉光、區美蘭及冼權鋒 (編)(2009):《輕中智障學生整體學習成效》,香港,禮賢會恩慈學校、優質教育基金。
  • 徐國棟、謝宗義、余煊、冼權鋒、黃婉冰及容家駒(2006):《「融合教育在香港小學推行的情況」研究報告》,香港,香港初等教育研究學會、香港特殊教育學會。
  • 許令嫻、冼權鋒及江美寶(2006):《探討香港視障學生在一般學校內的全人發展研究》,香港,香港失明人協進會。
  • 冼權鋒(2006):利用資訊科技協助特殊幼兒學習,輯於石丹理編《追求卓越:兒童康復服務新知與實踐》,(頁236-246),香港,香港商務印書館有限公司。
  • 冼權鋒(2006):移情導緒:自閉兒的心「侍」,輯於郭正、李文玉清編《輔導個案:示例與啟迪》,(頁37-43),新加坡,McGraw-Hill Education (Asia)。
  • 冼權鋒、曹莉莉(2005):《互動學習新世代:利用密集互動遊戲模式,強化嚴重弱智學童學習能力》,香港,明愛賽馬會樂仁學校。
  • 冼權鋒(2005):利用 “想法解讀” 策略教導自閉症學生,輯於資料滙編《第五屆家長與專業人士交流會》,(頁148-150),中國,廣東省婦幼保健院。

 

Conference Papers

  • 冼權鋒(2013,7):「融合教育制度下殘疾學生的平等學習機會研究 -重點及建議」,文章發表於融合教育研討會, 教育局及平等機會委員會合辦,香港。
  • Sin, K. F. (2013, June). Updates of teaching students with ADHD and ASD students. Paper presented in the First Guangzhou International Symposium on Special Education, organized by Bureau of Education of the City of Guangzhou, Guangzhou.
  • Sin, K. F. (2013, January). The Practice and Critical Issues on Inclusive Education in Hong Kong. Paper presented in the 6th Chang-Pha International Symposium, organized by Daegu University, Korea.
  • 冼權鋒(2013,1):「香港特教師資培訓不同模式的實踐經驗及困難,文章發表於香港特殊教育學會第十五屆周年研討會,「變幻才是永恒? 香港特教師資培訓與融合/特殊教育的互動發展」,香港。
  • Sin, K.F. (2012, August). Upskilling all mainstream teachers for optimizing the full potentials of students with disabilities. Paper presented in The 12th Asian Society of Adapted Physical Education and Exercise Symposium, organized by the Asian Society of Adapted Physical Education and Exercise (ASAPE) and the Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2012,7):「在共融概念下,教師特教知能的迷思與反思」,文章發表於「共融角度多面體研討會2012: 社會融合的實踐:平等機會與多元選擇」。香港傷健協會主辦,香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心、香港樹仁大學輔導及心理學系與多間社會福利團體協辦,香港。
  • Sin, K. F. (2012, April). The services and support of Autism in Hong Kong. Paper presented in the Autism Conference organized by China Philanthropy Research Institute of Beijing Normal University, Beijing.
  • Sin, K. F. (2012, March). Contextual analysis of ASD services in Mainland China. Paper presented in the Autism Summit, “The Economic Cost of Autism: Invest in the Future”, organized by Goldman Sachs, in collaboration with the Child Development Centre at Matilda and Autism Speaks, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2012,3):「香港自閉症兒童的支援政策及服務發展」,文章發表於2012年「第五屆“世界自閉症關愛日” 廣東省康復教育系列講座,廣東省殘疾人康復協會、香港教育學院特殊學習需要與融合教育中心、及香港自閉症聯盟主辦,廣州,中國。
  • Au, M. L., Sin, K. F., Yan, Z., F.C. Ho & Leung, K. W. (2011, December). The knowledge transfer in enhancing the pedagogical practices in special schools. Poster presented in the “Knowledge Exchange Conference: Knowledge Transforming Society”, jointly organized by HKIEd with the other seven UGC-funded institutions, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2011,12):「香港學齡期自閉症兒童的支援政策及服務發展」,文章發表於2011年上海第二屇自閉症康復論壇暨公益系列講座: 「自閉症融合教育的探索」,上海愛好兒童康復培訓中心主辦,上海閩行區殘疾人聯合會協辦,上海,中國。
  • 冼權鋒(2011,12):「香港殘疾人教育法律制度與全納教育」,文章發表於2011年「第三屆殘疾人權益保障國際研討會」,中國人民大學法學院(中國北京)主辦,北京,中國。
  • 冼權鋒(2011,11):「促進教師知能發展、支持自閉症融合生」,文章發表於2011年上海第二屇自閉症康復論壇暨公益系列講座: 「自閉症融合教育的探索」,上海愛好兒童康復培訓中心主辦,上海閩行區殘疾人聯合會協辦,上海,中國。
  • 冼權鋒(2011,9):「隨班就讀的視障學生遇到的困難及挑戰」,文章發表於2011年「視障融合教育論壇」,中德視覺障礙教育合作專案,青島盲校、青島盲人教育資源中心主辦,青島,中國。
  • 冼權鋒(2011,6):「從澳門及香港的融合教育發展,檢視融合教育的困難與挑戰」,專題演講發表於2011年「融合教育國際論壇•中國寧波海曙」研討會,寧波市海曙區人民政府、寧波市教育局、華東師範大學學前教育與特殊教育學院主辦,中國。
  • Au, M. L., Sin, K. F., Yan, Z. & Leung, K. W. (2011, April). The effect of lesson study on mathematics instructions for children with severe intellectual disabilities. Poster presented in the SAALED Congress: From Inclusion to Belonging, organized by The Southern African Association for Learning and Educational Differences, South Africa.
  • Au, M. L., Sin, K. F., Yan, Z. & Leung, K. W. (2011, April). The knowledge transfer in enhancing the pedagogical practices in special schools for students with intellectual disabilities. Poster presented in the SAALED Congress: From Inclusion to Belonging, organized by The Southern African Association for Learning and Educational Differences, South Africa.
  • Sin, K. F. (2011, February). Mainstreaming students with special needs in Hong Kong. Keynote presented in the “Children with Special Education Needs: Updates on management of Children with Handwriting Difficulties”, A one-day symposium to share on recent local studies on Chinese handwriting difficulties encountered by mainstream primary students, organized by Department of Rehabilitation Sciences of The Polytechnic University, Department of Computer Science of The City University of Hong Kong and QEF, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2011,2):「在融合教育下,如何照顧學生個別差異」,文章表於「2011兩岸四地學生輔導研討會」,澳門街坊會聯合總會、澳門理工學院、教育暨青年局合辦,澳門。
  • 冼權鋒(2011,1):「學障教師培訓的「3 P」模式」,專題演講及文章表於「華文國際學習障礙研討會暨第七屆台灣學障學會年會」,台北師範大學,台灣。
  • Sin, K. F. (2010, December). The empowerment of teachers with the knowledge and skills of Conductive Education in teacher education. Paper presented in the “East meets West: Adaptation and development ”, The 7th World Congress on Conductive Education, organized by The Spastics Association of Hong Kong and Peto Association, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2010,7):「香港視障融合學生的支援」,專題演講發表於「2010年海峽兩岸視障教育研討會」,中華視覺障礙教育學會主辦,台北師範大學,台灣。
  • Sin, K. F. (2010, June). Supporting student with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Challenges and difficulties in the road to inclusion. Invited keynote presentation in “Global Solution in Research and Clinical Practice in Communication Sciences and Disorders Conference”, organized by The 28th World Congress by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), Greece.
  • Sin, K. F. (2010, June). The difficulties and support of students with hearing impairment in Hong Kong mainstreaming schools. Paper presented at the 3rd EMSENIC - Erasmus Mundus Special Education Needs International Conference, Towards inclusion: Being with others, London, United Kingdom.
  • 冼權鋒(2010,4):殘疾兒童融合教育的新方向,論文發表於「廣東省殘疾人康復協會第二屆會員代表大會」,廣州,中國。
  • 冼權鋒(2010,3):融合教育的挑戰與出路,論文發表於「香港校長研討會2010」,香港。
  • 冼權鋒(2010,3):香港自閉症兒童教育及教師培訓新發展,論文發表於「2010年第三屆世界自閉症關愛日康復教育研討會」,廣州,中國。
  • Sin, K. F. (2009, December). Challenges and opportunity of inclusive education. Paper presented at the “Managing Human Capital in World Cities: Education Reform, Nurturing Talent and Student Learning in a Globalizing World” . Managing World Cities Symposium Series & The 25th Anniversary Conference for the Hong Kong Educational Research Association, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2009,12):新高中對有特殊需要學生的功能和意義,論文發表於「第十二屆周年研討會:新高中的樂與怒」,香港。
  • 冼權鋒(2009,7):香港視障學生的服務及支援,論文發表於「2009年海峽兩岸視障教育研討會」,台北,台灣。
  • Sin, K. F., & Au, M. L. (2009, May). Supporting pre-services teachers to address the needs of students with specific learning disabilities in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at The First International Conference on Reading and Writing - "Updates on Managing Dyslexia", Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2009,3):聯合國世界自閉症關顧日及香港現況,論文發表於2009年聯合國“世界自閉症關愛日”-- 全國自閉症康復教育研討會,廣州,中國。
  • Sin, K. F. (2008, December). Assisting autistic children to overcome the difficulties faced in integrated educational settings. Paper presented at International Forum on Supporting Children with Autism and Specific Learning Disabilities, Macau.
  • Sin, K. F. (2008, December). Inclusive education - Implications for "334". Paper presented at The "3+3+4" Symposium: Partnering for Excellence in Education, Hong Kong.
  • Sin, K. F. (2008, November). Empowering teachers in addressing diverse learning needs. Paper presented at the Conference on "Teacher Education for Inclusion: Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches", Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2008,11):實踐融合教育的困難與機遇,論文發表於2008中國杭州名師名校長論壇 - - 特殊教育的機遇與挑戰,杭州,中國。
  • Sin, K. F. (2008, June). Teacher empowerment, through a systemic training and re-training teacher education program in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 3rd symposium of the Asia-Pacific Professional Network for Inclusive Education, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2008,5):實踐融合教育的困難與機遇,論文發表於「香港校長研討會2008」,香港。
  • 冼權鋒(2008,5):想法解讀,論文發表於「第九屆家長與專業人士交流會主題:解放思想──行動與反思」,中國。
  • 冼權鋒(2008,4):探討教導特殊學習障礙學生的教學策略,論文發表於「跨越看不到的障礙──中國內地、香港、台灣特殊學習障礙服務研討會」,香港。
  • Forlin, C., Sin, K., & Phillipson, S. (2008, March). Education reform and teacher education for inclusion in the Asia-Pacific region. Paper presented at the 1st East Asian International Symposium on Teacher Education Research, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Sin, K. F. (2008, March). Education reform and teacher education for inclusion in the Asian-Pacific region. Paper presented at the 1st East-Asian Symposium on Teacher Education Research, Japan.
  • 冼權鋒(2008,2):從教育心理、輔導與學習支援反思融合教育,論文發表於「北區小學聯校教師專業發展日」,香港。
  • 冼權鋒(2007,12):提升教師照顧學生的不同學習需要,論文發表於「第四屆兩岸四地自閉症研討會──教育康復論壇」,中國。
  • Tse, C. Y., & Sin, K. F. (2007, June). Integration: Is it really working in Hong Kong?. Paper presented at the 10th Biennial International Conference organized by the International Association of Special Education, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2007,6):理想與現況:從「融合教育在香港小學推行的情況」的研究看香港融合教育的發展,論文發表於「穗港兩地視障兒童家庭教育交流會」,中國。
  • Sin, K. F. (2006, November). Overview of catering for diversity in Hong Kong schools: Successful inclusive practices. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the SENIA, Hong Kong.
  • Sin, K. F., Ho, F. C., & Leung, Y. W. (2006, November). The analysis of parental expectations and preferences for further education and career placement after the graduation of their children with disabilities. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference, Hong Kong.
  • Sin, K. F. (2006, June). Stakeholders survey of the implementation of integrated education in Hong Kong (in Chinese). Paper presented at the International Conference on Special Education in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • 冼權鋒(2006,2):「特教學生高中教育機會:家長期望及取向」調查報告,論文發表於「三三四學制下特教學生離校出路──家長諮詢大會」,香港。
  • Fok, S. C., Chan, K. W., Sin, K. F. K., Ng, H. S. A., & Yeung, S. S. A. (2005, November). In-service teacher training needs in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Australian Association for Research in Education, Australia.
  • Sin, K. F. K. (2005, August). The development of inclusive education in Chinese Society. Paper presented at the International Special Education Conference: Inclusion: Celebrating Diversity, United Kingdom.
  • Sin, K. F., H, W.K. & Ho, F.C. (19-21 December , 2002). One classroom with two teachers. Paper presented at the 2002 Special Education Conference, organized by Beijing Normal University, Beijing , China.
  • Sin, K. F. & Hui, L. H. (27/7/-2/8 , 2002). Supporting teachers and students with special needs in Hong Kong regular school settings. Paper presented at the 11th International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment “New visions: Moving towards an inclusive community” , the Leeuwenhorst Congress Centre in Noordwijkerhout , Netherlands.
  • Sin, K. F. (1-5 June, 2002). Information technology in special education. Keynote paper presented at the Seminar for Special Education Teachers in China , organized by The Hong Kong Society for the Blind and the Jiangsu Insitute of Education, Nanjing , China.
  • Sin, K. F. (20-21 May , 2002). Empowering teachers for inclusive practices: Hong Kong experience, Paper presented at "Learning from difference" Seminar organized by The Enabling Education Network – EENET , in Portugal.
  • Sin, K. F. (1-7 May , 2002). Information technology training for special education teachers. Paper presented at the National Computer Training Course for Teachers of Blind Schools in China , organized by The Hong Kong Society for the Blind, the China Education Commission, Special Education Branch and the International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment, East Asia Region, o Qingdao , China . Seminar at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
  • Sin, K. F. and Hui, L. H. (3-6 April, 2002). School-Institute Partnership in Curriculum Innovation, Project presented at the Hall of Excellence in the ACEI Annual International Conference & Exhibition by the Association for Childhood Education International , USA.
  • Sin, K. F. (29/3-1/4 , 2002). Information technology in special education. Paper presented at the National Conference on ICT in Special Education organized by China National Institute of Educational Research (CNIER) , Honzhou , China
  • Sin, K. F. (11-14 December , 2001). Supporting teachers in using information technology in special education. Paper presented in the Seventh UNESCO-ACEID International Conference on Education Using ICT for Quality Teaching, Learning and Effective Management, Thailand.
  • Sin, K. F. (23-26 July, 2001). The impact of information technology on special education in Hong Kong SAR. Paper presented in the Seventh Biennial International Conference of International Association of Special Education (IASE)(2001) , University of Warsaw, Poland.
  • Sin, K. F. & el. al. (25-27/June, 2001) Institute and school partnership. Paper presented at the International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment, East Asia Regional Assembly organized by The International Council for Education of People with Visual Impairment, East Asia Region, Shanghai, China.
  • Sin, K.F. & Hui, L.H. (4-16 February, 2001). Education for children with multiple disabilities. Paper presented in the International Forum on Education Reforms in the Asia-Pacific Region: Globalization, Location, and Individualization for the Future at Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Sin, K.F. & Chan, H.K. (24-28 July, 2000). Empowering teachers for inclusive practices. Paper presented in the International Special Education Congress (ISEC 2000): Including the Excluded at University of Manchester , United Kingdom.
  • Sin, K.F. (18-19 July, 2000). The utilization of multi-sensory room for students with multiple handicaps: The experience of school-institute collaboration. Paper presented in the HK Red Cross 50th Anniversary International
  • Sin, K. F. (15 April, 2000). The education and teacher training of children with specific learning disabilities. Paper presented in the Seminar of Specific Learning Disabilities at Fung Hon Chu Gifted Education Centre, Hong Kong.
  • Sin, K. F. (20th-21st August, 1999). The challenges in educating maladjusted and socially deprived children in Hong Kong. Paper presented in the Symposium on “Children's Agenda for Hong Kong in the 21st Century” which was organized by The Save the Children Fund (Hong Kong) in co-operation with the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong.
  • Sin, K. F. & Chan, H.K. (19-22 July , 1999). Sensory integration in the multisensory room for severely mentally handicapped students. Paper presented in the Sixth Biennial International Conference of International Association of Special Education (IASE)(1999) , University of Sydney.

 

Other Publications

 

Community & Professional Services

  • Curriculum Development Council Committee on Gifted Education 1/9/2003 to 31/8/2005
  • Member of School Management Board, Hong Kong Student Aid Society Tung Wan Mok Law Shui Wah School (03-04)
  • Consultant, School Development Advisory Committee, Yan Chai Hospital Law Chan Chor See College , 2002-
  • Keynote Speech Speaker, ICT in special education, Seminar for special education teachers in WeiHoi District, Amity Foundation, 18-20/8/2002. (專題講者,「特殊兒童的多媒體電腦教育」,愛德基金會淮海經濟區聾校教務主任培訓班研討會,2002年8月18-20日。)
  • Keynote Speech Speaker, ICT in special education, Amity Foundation Special Education Schools Principal Conference, 22/8/2001. (專題講者,「特殊兒童的多媒體電腦教育」,愛德基金會特殊教育學校校長研討會,2001年8月22日。)
  • Keynote Speech Speaker, Assistive technology in special education. Course for Special Education Teachers in Jiangsu Province, Nanjing Special Education School, 21/6/2001. (專題講者,「特殊兒童的多媒體電腦教育」,江蘇省特殊教師培訓班,南京特殊教育學校, 2001年8月21日。)
  • Consultant, School-based support for schools implementing co-teaching in IRTP 2000-2001/7/9 24/5, 29/5, 31/5 Bonham Government Primary School.
  • Maths (SEN) working Group (數學科(特殊教育需要)專責委員會), Curriculum Development Institute, 1999-2002
  • Consultant, Resource school project, Po Leung Kuk Yu Lee Mo Fan Memorial School, 1999-
  • Member, Working Group on the Development of TOC(SEN) Mathematics, Curriculum Development Institute, 1998-1999
  • Member, Discussion Group on Gifted Education in Hong Kong , Fung Hon Chu Gifted Education Center, Curriculum Development Institute,1998-2000
  • Member, Working Group to develop Curriculum Guide for Maladjusted Children, Curriculum Development Institute, 1996-1998

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. TSANG Kwan Lan, Vicky

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8642
vtsang@eduhk.hk

Dr. TSANG Kwan Lan, Vicky
Assistant Professor
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Specialisation: Developmental Disabilities

Ph.D., Deakin University
M.A. (Occupational Therapy in Developmental Disabilities), New York University
PDOT (HK Polytechnic)
Occupational Therapist Registered (USA)
Registered Occupational Therapist (HK)
Certified Occupational Therapist by Board of Education (New York and New Jersey, USA)
Early Intervention Specialist in OT (Indiana, USA)

 

Profile

Dr. Tsang Kwan Lan Vicky had been Lecturer and Assistant Professor in the Department of Early Childhood Education (ECE) at HKIEd from 2002 to 2010 before she joined the Centre for Advancement in Special Education (CASE) as the Centre Associate Director at the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong in 2010. Before starting her teaching career, Dr. Tsang was a licensed occupational therapist both in USA and in Hong Kong. She had worked in different special schools and early intervention centers as occupational therapist, working closely with the multi-disciplinary school team for students with special needs. She received her advanced master’s degree in Occupational Therapy with specialization in Developmental Disabilities from New York University, USA. She earned her PhD from Deakin University, Australia in 2009. Dr. Tsang has joined the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC) since August 2012. She has a strong research interest in inclusive education, development and validation of assessment instruments for students with special educational needs. She developed the Caregivers’ Assessment for Movement Participation (CAMP), a screening instrument for children with Developmental Coordination Disorders.

Teaching Areas

  • Special educational needs
  • Inclusive education
  • Educational research and practice in special needs

Research Interests

  • Assessment and validation of instruments
  • Policy and practice in inclusive education 
  • Developmental disabilities

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • An Investigation of the Extent of Social Inclusion for Kindergarten Children with Special Needs in Hong Kong. [2015-2017 Vicky Tsang (PI)]
  • What thou see and hear? -- Eye-tracking assessment of social information processing in children with High-functioning autism spectrum disorder. [2014-2015 Vicky Tsang (PI) with Savio Wong as co-investigator]
  • SMILE Project to support students with SEN. [2013-2016 Kenneith Sin (PI) with Vicky Tsang as one of the co-investigators]
  • A pilot investigation on the roles of Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) as a document, a practice and a process for students with special educational needs: Meeting the challenges of the inclusive education policy in Hong Kong. [2012-2013 Vicky Tsang (PI) with Kenneth Sin as co-investigator, HKIEd, IRG] (March, 2011)
  • A systematic review of the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) as a document: A pilot study. [2012 Vicky Tsang (PI), Dept of SEC, HKIEd, Seed Project] (March 2012)
  • "On the Same Campus” survey and writing contest for students and parents in inclusive secondary schools. [2010-2011 Vicky Tsang (PI) with Filiz Polat as co-investigator, CEDARS, HKU].
  • A curriculum-based child assessment model for quality education childhood programme. [2005-2007 Margaret Wong (PI) with Vicky Tsang as one of the co-investigators, HKSAR, QEF].

Refereed Journal Articles

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters

  • 張杏冰、曾君蘭(2012):體能發展,黃艾珍及容燕文編,《課程本位的幼兒發展評估模式──理論與實務》,(頁61-80),中國北京,中央教育科學出版社。
  • TSANG, K. L. V. (2011). On the Same Campus. (Editor) Hong Kong: Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education, Faculty of Education, HKU.
  • Tsang, K. L. V. (2007). The caregiver assessment of movement participation as a screening instrument for children with developmental coordination disorder: A pilot study of the Psychometric properties. The 4th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress (APOTC) 2007. Hong Kong.
  • 曾君蘭(2007):測入測出,輯於梁佩雲、張淑賢編《導向學習的評估:教育實務匯編》,(頁 105-106),香港,香港大學出版社。
  • 張杏冰、陳豔媚及曾君蘭(2007): 體能發展, 輯於黃艾珍、容燕文及杜陳聲珮編《幼教課程本位的兒童評估模式──應用指引》, 香港, 香港教育學院。
  • 張杏冰、陳豔媚及曾君蘭(2006): 體能發展, 輯於《兒童發展評量表》, 香港, 香港教育學院兒童發展評量表研究小組。
  • Tsang, K. L. V. (2005). Quiz-in & quiz-out: A variation of the 'minute paper'. In D. Carless, G. Joughin, F. L. Ngar, & Associates (Eds.), How Assessment Supports Learning: Learning-oriented Assessment in Action (pp. 46-47). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • 鄭毓君,楊玉珊,何洵美,陳小碧,曾君蘭 ( 2002) : 《引導式教育 : 如何幫助嚴重弱能兒童》,香港 , 香港痙攣協會。
  • 曾君蘭( 1995) : 討論引導式教育在香港的應用, 輯於 《香港引導式教育中文資料蒐集本, 55-66 頁》,香港 ,香港社會服務聯會後復康部。
  • Tsang, K. L. V., Wong, A., & Cheng, C. (1993). The rhythm of the day. In A. Tatlow (Ed.), The Hong Kong Conductive Education Source Book (pp. 94-98). Hong Kong: Rehabilitation Division, Hong Kong Council of Social Service.
  • Tsang, K. L. V. (1993). Discussion on applying Conductive Education to the context of Hong Kong, Part I: An analysis of the system of learning. In A. Tatlow (Ed.), The Hong Kong Conductive Education Source Book (pp. 45-51). Hong Kong: Rehabililtation Division, Hong Kong Council of Social Service.

Conference Abstracts & Other Publications

  • Tsang, K.L.V. (2016, September). Using the Video-Based Social Information Processing Schedule to Identify Differences in Empathic Functioning between Children with ASD and/or ADHD. International Conference on Adolescent Medicine and Child Psychology 2015, Houston, Texas, U.S.A, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  • Tsang, K. L. V. (2015, September). Conference paper. International Conference on Adolescent Medicine and Child Psychology 2015, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.
  • Tsang Kwan Lan Vicky (2014, August). A Pilot Investigation on the Social Processing Schedule. World Congress on Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2014), Philadelphia, U.S.A..
  • Tsang, K.L.V. (2015, June). Project Report: Using the multiple intelligences approach to enhance the classroom engagement of students with ADHD in mainstream primary schools. Paper presented at A public Project Outcome Sharing Dissemination Seminar -- Using the multiple intelligences approach to enhance the classroom engagement of students with ADHD in mainstream primary schools, HKIED, Hong Kong.
  • Tsang, K. L. V., Bond, T. G., & Chow K. F. (2012, May). Abstract of Conference papers. Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (PROMS), Jiaxing, China.
  • Tsang, K.L. V. (2011). Chief Editor, On the Same Campus, published by the Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education, Faculty of Education, HKU.
  • Tsang, K. L. V. (2011, May). Abstract of program book. The 4th International Symposium of the Asia-Pacific Professional Network for Inclusive Education, Hong Kong.
  • Abstract printed in program handbook of the 7th World Congress on Conductive Education (December 2010).
  • Abstract printed in program handbook of the Pacific Rim Objective Measurement Symposium (July 2009).
  • Abstract printed in program handbook of the Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association – 8th Annual Conference (July 2007).
  • Abstract printed in program handbook of the 4th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress (June 2007).
  • Tsang, K. L. V. (2006). Quiz-in & Quiz-out: A variation of the minute paper. published in How Assessment Supports Learning: Learning-Oriented Assessment in Action, D. Carless, G. Joughin, N. F. Lin & et al (eds). Hong Kong: HKU Press.  

Community & Professional Services

  • Invited member: Scientific and Program Committee of the 7th World Congress in Conductive Education, SAHK, Hong Kong.
  • Invited reviewer for scholarly journals (e.g., Review of Educational Research, American Educational Research Journal: Teaching, Learning, and Human Development , and Asian Journal of Counselling).
  • Member: Special Education Society of Hong Kong.
  • External examiner at Open University from 2012-2017
  • Board member in the executive committee of the Learning Support Services Association
  • Invited validation panel member for Tung Wah College in December 2012.

 

 

 

Dr. WANG Li-Chih, Angus

Assistant Professor

(852) 2948 8817
wanglca@eduhk.hk

Dr. WANG Li-Chih, Angus
Assistant Professor
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Specialisation: Developmental dyslexia. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Ph.D., National University of Tainan, Taiwan
M.Phil., National University of Tainan Taiwan, R.O.C.
B.Ed., National University of Tainan, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Teaching Areas

  • Specific learning disabilities
  • Dyslexia
  • Chinese reading and learning of students with special educational needs

Research Interests

  • Cognitive and reading-related abilities of Chinese students with dyslexia
  • Heterogenous nature of Chinese students with dyslexia
  • Comorbidity of Chinese students with dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders

Professional Qualifications

  • Lecturer's Certificate (College degree or above), Ministry of Education, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Teacher's Certificate (Special Education in Elementary School), Ministry of Education, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Teacher's Certificate (Regular Education in Elementary School), Ministry of Education, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Psychological Counselor (Senior), Ministry of Labor and Social Security, P.R.C.

Academic Activities

  • Board Member of Taiwan Academy for Learning Disabilities
  • Reviewer, Research in Developmental Disabilities, September 2011 - current
  • Reviewer, Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, February 2012 - current
  • Session Chair, 2010 London International Conference on Education

-"Reading, Writing and Language Education"

Awards

  • Faculty 'Quality Journal Article’ Award in 2016/17
  • Faculty’s Top 10% Publication Awards 2015/16
  • Award of Ph.D. Candidate’s dissertation writing in HSS area by National Science Council of Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Award of Best Paper Award in the 8th Annual Conference of TALD by Taiwan Academy of Learning Disabilities (TALD)
  • Award of Graduate Students Study Abroad Program by National Science Council of Taiwan, R.O.C.

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

Principal Investigator, Distinct effects of visual and auditory temporal processing training to reading-related abilities and reading of Chinese children with dyslexia, with D. Liu, Departmental Research Seed Fund, 2016-2017

Principal Investigator, Do children learning Chinese with phonetic system affect the role of auditory temporal processing to reading? – Pilot study, UGC/EdUHK Internal Research Grant, 2016-2017

Co-Investigator, Working memory training in young children with ADHD and/or RD: a randomized placebo-controlled trial, with K. Y. Poon as the PI, UGC/HKIEd Internal Research Grant (IRG), 2016-2017

Principal Investigator, Using Big6 model via multimedia learning approach on improving reading comprehension of primary school children with dyslexia, Quality Education Fund, 2015-2016

Principal Investigator, Comorbidities in Taiwanese children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and reading disabilities, with K. K. H. Chung, UGC/HKIEd Internal Research Grant, 2014-2015

Principal Investigator, Effects of phonological awareness training on character reading in dyslexic children in Chinese, UGC/HKIEd Start-Up Research Grant, 2014-2015

Refereed Journal Articles

Wang, L.-C.* (accepted). Effects of phonological training on reading-related abilities and character reading of Hong Kong children with dyslexia. Frontiers in Psychology.

Wang, L.-C.*, Liu, D., Chung, K. K. H., & Yang, H.-M. (2017). Development of lexical tone awareness in Chinese children with and without dyslexia. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 49, 203-214.

Wang, L.-C.* & Yang, H.-M. (2016). Temporal processing development in Chinese primary school-aged children with dyslexia. Journal of Learning Disabilities. Advance online publication. doi:10.1177/0022219416680798

Wang, L.-C.*, & Yang, H.-M. (2015). Diverse inhibition and working memory of word recognition for dyslexic and typically developing children. Dyslexia, 21(2), 162-176.

Wang, L.-C., & Yang, H.-M. (2014). Classifying Chinese children with dyslexia by dual-route and triangle models of Chinese reading. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35(11), 2702-2713. 

王立志*、楊憲明(2015)。漢語發展性閱讀障礙學生之亞型分類研究。特殊教育研究學刊,40(1),55-83。

王立志*、楊憲明(2014)。學習障礙學生之認知抑制能力探究。特殊教育季刊,132,9-15。

Wang, L.-C., Tsai, H.-J., & Yang, H.-M. (2013). The effect of different stimulus attributes on the attentional performance of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and dyslexia. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(11), 3936–3945.

Wang, L.-C., Yang, H.-M., Tsai, H.-J., & Chan, S.-Y.* (2013). Learner-generated drawing for  phonological and orthographic dyslexic readers. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(1), 228-233.

Wang, L.-C. *, & Yang, H.-M. (2012). A review on subtypes of developmental dyslexia and relevant issues. Bulletin of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 27, 55-80. [in Chinese]

Wang, L.-C. (2012). Characteristics and treatments of gifted students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Gifted Education Quarterly, 119, 35-42. [in Chinese]

Wang, L.-C., Tsai, H.-J., & Yang, H.-M.* (2012). Cognitive inhibition in students with and without dyslexia and dyscalculia. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33(5), 1453-1461.

Lin, C.-Y.*, Wang, L.-C., Lin, H.-H., Jen, Y.-H., Chen, T.-H., & Chang, L.-W. (2012). Application of virtual interface of interactive teaching materials for children with developmental disabilities. Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, 138/2012, 199-206.

Wang, L.-C.*, & Yang, H.-M. (2011). The comparison of the visuo-spatial abilities of dyslexic and normal students in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32(3), 1052-1057.

Wang, L.-C.*, Chang, Y. -C., & Ho, M.-H. (2011). Discussing the myth of identification and instruction of students with learning disabilities and ADHD from attentional components. Annuals of Institute of Chinese Special Education, 2011, 336-360. [in Chinese]

Lin, C.-Y., Lin, H.-H., Jen, Y.-H., Wang, L.-C., & Chang, L.-W. (2011). Interactive technology application program of experience learning for children with developmental disabilities. Advanced Materials Research, 267, 259-264.

Lin, C.-Y., Jen, Y.-H., Wang, L.-C., Lin, H.-H., & Chang, L.-W. (2011). Assessment of the application of wii remote for the design of interactive teaching materials. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 235, 483-490.

Wang, L.-C. (2010). Students with ADHD have the trouble of auditory-attention. Special Education Quarterly, 114, 16-21. [in Chinese]

Lin, C.-Y., Hung, P.-H., Wang, L.-C., & Lin, C.-C. (2010). Reducing cognitive load through virtual environments among hearing-impaired students. Proceedings of PACCS 2010, 183-186. PACCS 2010: Beijing.

Wang, L.-C., & Yang, H. M. (2008). The impact of increasing signal to noise ratio (S/N) to the students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in their instruction compliance sustained attention and short-term memory. Bulletin of Special Education and Rehabilitation, 19, 51-89. [in Chinese]

Publications - Conferences

Wang, L.-C. & Wu, Y.-C. (2017, Feb). Processing speed of dyslexia: the relationship between deficient temporal processing and rapid naming. Poster presented at 2017 Annual Conference of Association for Reading and Writing in Asia. Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Wang, L.-C. (2016, Nov). Anxiety and depression in Chinese children with and without reading disabilities of different genders. Poster presented at Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association – Taiwan Education Research Association 2016. Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Wang, L.-C., Chung, K. K. H., & Chen, Z- Y. (2016, Feb). Comorbidities in Taiwanese Children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Reading Disabilities. Poster presented at 2016 Asia Joint Symposium on Reading and Spelling. Seoul, Korea.

Wang, L.-C. (2015, Nov). Effects of phonological awareness training on word reading of dyslexic children learning Chinese without a phonetic supporting system. Oral presented at the 2015 Special Education Association of the Republic of China 47th Annual Meeting and Conference. Taipei, Taiwan. [in Chinese]

Chan, S.-Y., Wang, L.-C., Cho, H.-Y. Yang, H.-M. (2015, March). The effects of Zuying Fuhao attached to Chinese character to reading fluency of children with reading difficulties. Poster presented at the 10th Annual Conference of Taiwan Academy of Learning Disabilities. Kaohsiung, Taiwan. [in Chinese]

Wang, L.-C., & Yang, H.-M. (2014, November). The developments of visual and auditory temporal processing of Chinese children with dyslexia – Cross-sectional design. Paper presented at The 2014 Special Education Association of the Republic of China 46th Annual Meeting and Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, L.-C., & Yang, H.-M. (2014, June). The effects of perceptual training method to lexical tone identification of normal and poor reading young children. Poster presented at Conference of Enhancing Low-Achieving Students’ Learning, Taipei, Taiwan.

Wang, L.-C., & Yang, H.-M (2014, March). Development and difference of lexical tone detections between Chinese children with and without developmental dyslexia – A cross sectional study. Poster presented at the 10th Annual Conference of Taiwan Academy of Learning Disabilities, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Wang, L.-C. (2012, May). The effect of visualizing text on Chinese dyslexic readers in Junior High School. Poster presented at the International Conference and Exhibition on Neurology & Therapeutics 2012, Las Vegas, USA.

Wang, L.-C. (2012, March). Literacy review of subtyping Chinese developmental dyslexia. Poster presented at the 8th Annual Conference of Taiwan Academy of Learning Disabilities, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Wang, L.-C., & Chang, Y. C. (2010, December). The effect of changing presenting style of dynamic display in Chinese for learning disability students. Paper presented at the Asian Conference on Education 2010, Osaka, Japan.

Wang, L.-C. (2010, September). The study of the effects on reading comprehension of elementary 4th graders by comparing different models of textual presentation. Paper presented at 2010 London International Conference on Education, London, UK.

Wang, L.-C., & Yang, H. M. (2010, November). The effects on reading comprehension of learning disability students by comparing different models of textual presentation. Paper presented at 2010 Special Education and Assistive Technology, Tainan, Taiwan. [in Chinese]

Ms. YU Ka Man, Karen

Senior Lecturer II

(852) 2948 8227
karenyu@eduhk.hk

Ms. YU Ka Man, Karen
Senior Lecturer II
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karenyu@eduhk.hk
Specialisation: Language and Communication Disorders in Children, Clinical Education

 

M.Ed (ITE), The University of Hong Kong
B.Sc. (Speech & Hearing Sciences), The University of Hong Kong

Karen is a qualified Speech Therapist with frontline and clinic education experience.  Upon her graduation, she had been working at special schools as school based speech therapist, she worked with other professionals to facilitate language development of students with different types and degrees of challenges (e.g. intellectual disabilities, communication disorders, ASD… etc.).  She became a clinical educator and worked at the University of Hong Kong for almost nine years, her major roles included the design and implementation of learning experiences in the clinic curriculum for student clinicians at different stages of learning; teaching and clinic coordination. She worked at an NGO as a team leader of speech therapists before joining HKIED. The work as a team leader offered her opportunities to work beyond frontline and supervisory roles; she was also involved in the quality assurance, development of services and also the qualification for speech therapists.

Teaching Areas:

Supporting students with communication and language disorders

Research Interests:

Language and communication disorders in children

Publication and Conference

  • Au, Y.C., Ng, K.Y., Lau, T.Y., Yu, K.K.M. & Ng, M.L. Developing a new electrolarynx with better sound quality. Paper presented at Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium, October, 2012
  • Whitehill, T. L., Yu, K., Kwan, L. & Ho, D. W. L.(2010). Peer, Self and Supervisor Assessment: Piloting a reflective week in fieldwork education. In L. McAllister, M. Paterson, J. Higgs & C. Bitchell (Eds.) Innovations in allied Health Fieldwork Education: A Critical Appraisal (pp. 261-270). The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  • Ciocca. V, Ma. J.K.Y., Ho, W.L., Kwan Chen, L.L.Y., Yu, K.K.M. & Whitehill, T.L. Relationship between the process of learning and clinical performance. Paper presented at Problem Based Learning in Speech-Language Pathology Programmes, May, 2006

Clinical Teaching Experiences

  • Full-time Assistant Lecturer, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (2013).
  • Full-time Clinical Instructor, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (2004 – 2013).
  • Part-time Honorary Assistant Professor, Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. (2004). 

Community and Professional Services

  • Guest Speaker, Department of Special Education & Counselling, The Hong Kong Institute of Education (2013 - 2014).

Membership

  • Full Member, Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist
  • Full Member, Asia Pacific Society for the Study of Speech, Language and Hearing (APSSLH)

 

 

Dr. YUEN Chi Pun, Kevin

Associate Professor

(852) 2948 7603
cpyuen@eduhk.hk

Dr. YUEN Chi Pun, Kevin
Associate Professor
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Specialization: Hearing Impairment & Speech Recognition

Ph D, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M Sc (Audiology), The University of Hong Kong
B Sc (Speech & Hearing Sc), The University of Hong Kong

Dr. Yuen Chi Pun, Kevin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC). He recently joined SEC in July 2010. Dr. Yuen is a qualified audiologist and a speech-language therapist. He received his undergraduate degree in speech and hearing sciences and master’s degree in audiology from the Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong (HKU). He received his Ph D from the Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). Before joining SEC, Dr Yuen worked in different tertiary institutions including the Division of Speech & Hearing Sciences, HKU; the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, CUHK; and Language Information Sciences Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Yuen has a strong research interest in the sound perception and speech recognition of normal hearing and hearing-impaired individuals particularly infants and children. Dr. Yuen developed the Cantonese Lexical Neighborhood Test, the Computerized Cantonese Disyllabic-word Lexical Tone Identification Test in Noise, and the Computerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical tone & Disyllabic-word Picture identification test in Noise to serve the Cantonese- and Mandarin- speaking populations in Hong Kong and Mainland China. One of his key future research areas is to identify and remediate young individuals with Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and to investigate the impact of APD on speech and language development, learning, and academic performance.

Research Interests

  • Speech recognition test development 
  • Assessment and re/habilitation of children with auditory processing disorders (APD), and hearing impairment
  • Learning, speech-language, and educational challenges of children with APD, and hearing impairment 
  • Cantonese and Mandarin lexical tone recognition in normal hearing and hearing-impaired populations

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Identification of young Cantonese-speaking children with language learning disorders via lexical tone dichotic listening by profiling their instructional-driven (top-down) and stimulus-driven (bottom-up) information processing abilities. (Health and Medical Research Fund, Food and Health Bureau, 2015-2017). Cheif Investigator.
  • A Pediatric Developmental Study of Lexical Tone Dichotic Listening in Divided Attention versus Directed Attention Modes: A Step towards Identifying Cantonese- Speaking Children with Auditory Processing Disorder  (2011-2012). Chief Investigator.
  • Croucher Foundation Sponsorship for Conferences 2011-2012: First Conference on Developing Assessment Tools and Intervention Programs for Childhood Auditory Processing Disorders in the Chinese Communities (2011-2012). Chief Investigator.
  • Global conference on disorders in auditory processing, literacy, and related sciences (2011-2012). Chief Investigator.
  • Piloting divided-attention versus directed attention dichotic listening and alternating inter-aural listening development in children: a step towards identifying Cantonese-speaking children with auditory processing disorder (2011-2012). Chief Investigator.
  • Using spatial separation advantage from The Computerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical Tone & Disyllabic- Word Picture Identification Test in Noise (MAPPID-N) to assess the spatial hearing functions of normal hearing and hearing-impaired children - A step towards identifying Mandarin-speaking children with Auditory Processing Disorder (2011-2012). Chief Investigator.
  • Construction and validation of the Cantonese Spoken Word Recognition Test (SWORT) to measure the word perception ability of Cantonese-speaking children (General Research Fund, Hong Kong Research Grant Council, 2009-2012). Co-investigator. 
  • Development of speech processing algorithms on digital hearing aids for improved perception on tonal languages (Earmarked Research Grant, Hong Kong Research Grant Council, 2006-2009). Co-Investigator. 
  • The development of the Cantnese Lexical Neighborhood Tests in noise (CLNTN) – an outcome measurement tool for children with hearing impairment (Direct Grant for Research Round 1, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004-2005). Principal investigator. 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Yuen, K. C. P. (in press). Developing a new generation of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) with competences in the management of literacy disorders and learning disabilities in Hong Kong. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica.
  • Lim, L. H. Y., Xiang, L., Lee, N. Y. M., Yuen, K. C. P., & Li, R. J. L. (2014). Validation of the Pediatric Hearing Impairment Caregiver Experience Questionnaire in the Singapore population. Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore, (in press), .-.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., & Yuan, M. (2014). Development of spatial release of masking in Mandarin-speaking children with normal hearing. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 57(5), 2005-23. doi:10.1044/2014_JSLHR-H-13-0060.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2012). The development of a lexical tone dichotic listening test for Cantonese-speaking chidlren - a research proposal. Journal of the Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Taiwan, 29, 23-44.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2011). Normal hearing and cochlear-implanted Mandarin-speaking children's word and lexical tone recognition in noise under spatially mixed versus spatially separated conditions: An account on the development of spatial separation advantage. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 75(S1), 44.
  • Lee, A., Tong, M. C., Yuen, K. C. P., Tang, P., & van Hasselt, C. A. (2010) Hearing Impairment and Depressive symptoms in an Older Chinese Population. Journal of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, 39(5), 498-503.
  • Yuan, M., Lee, T., Yuen, K. C. P., Soli, S. D., van Hasselt, C. A., & Tong, M. C. (2009). Cantonese tone recognition with enhanced temporal periodicity cues. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 126(1), 327-337. 
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Cao, K. L., Wei, C. G., Luan, L., Li, H., & Zhang, Z. Y. (2009). Lexical tone and word recognition in noise of Mandarin-speaking children who use cochlear implant and hearing aids in opposite ears. Cochlear Implants International, 10 S1, 120-129.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S., & van Hasselt. (2009). Development of the Computerized Cantonese Disyllabic-word Lexical Tone Identification Test in Noise (CANDILET-N). Cochlear Implants International, 10 S1, 130-137.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Luan, L., Li, H., Yuan, M., Wei, C. G., Cao, K. L., & Lee, T. (2009). Development of the Conputerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical tone & Disyllabic-word Picture identification test in Noise (MAPPID-N). Cochlear Implants International, 10 S1, 138-147.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Tong, M. C., van Hasselt, C. A., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Soli, S. D. (2009). Cantonese lexical tone recognition from frequency-specific temporal envelope and periodicity components in the same versus different noise band carriers. Cochlear Implants International, 10 S1, 148-158.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Ng, I. H. Y., Luk, B. P. K., Chan, S. K. W., Chan, S. C. S., Kwok, I. C. L., Yu, H. C., Chan, T. M. Y., Hung, T. C. W., Tong, M. C. F. (2008). The development of Cantonese Lexical Neighborhood Test – A pilot study. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 72, 1121-1129.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2007). Frequency-specific temporal envelope and periodicity components for lexical tone identification in Cantonese. Ear and Hearing. 28(2 Suppl), 107S-113S.
  • Yuan, M., Lee T., Yuen, K. C. P., Soli S. D., Tong, M. C., van Hasselt, C. A. (2007). Band-specific temporal periodicity enhancement for Cantonese tone perception with noise-excited vocoder. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 1, 694-697.
  • Chan, V., Tong, M., Yue, V., Wong, T., Leung, E., Yuen, K. C. P., van Hasselt A. (2007) Performance of older adult cochlear implant users in Hong Kong. Ear and Hearing. 28(2 Suppl), 52S-55S.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Kam, A. C. S, Lau, P. S. H. Lau. (2006). Comparative performance of an adaptive directional microphone system and a multi-channel noise reduction system. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 17(4), 241-252.
  • Tang, T. P. Y., McPherson, B. Yuen, K. C. P., Wong, L. L. N. & Lee, J. S. M. (2004). Auditory neuropathy/auditory dys-synchrony in school children with hearing loss: frequency of occurrence. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 68(2), 175-183.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. & McPherson, B. D. (2002). Audiometric configurations of hearing impaired children in Hong Kong: implications for amplification. Disability and Rehabilitation, 24 (17), 904-913.
  • Lee J. S. M., McPherson B, Yuen K. C. P., Wong L. L. N. (2001) Screening for auditory neuropathy in a school for hearing impaired children. International Journal of Pediatric Otolaryngology, 61, 39-46.
  • Stokes, F. S., Whitehill, T. L., Yuen, K. C. P., & Tsui, A. M. Y. (1996). EPG treatment of sibilants in two Cantonese-speaking children with cleft palate. Clinical Linguistics, 10, 265-280.

Book Chapters

  • Chung, K. K. H., Yuen, K. C. P., & McInerney, D. M. (Eds.) (2014). Understanding developmental disorders of auditory processing, language and literacy across languages: International perspectives. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2013). Twice-exceptional students with deafness or hard-of-hearing and giftedness. In S. N. Phillipson, H. Stoeger & A. Ziegler (Eds.), Exceptionality in East-Asia: Explorations in the Actiotope model of giftedness (212-231). London: Routledge.

Conference Papers

  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Mou, M., & Sam., S. K. L. (2013, December). Development of a Mandarin lexical tone dichotic listening test based on a two-parameter logistic item response theory model – a step towards identifying individuals with auditory processing disorders. Invited paper presented at the Audiology for Tomorrow - International Conference on Recent Developments in Audiology, Hong Kong.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. & Yuan, M. (2013, November). Spatial release from masking in Mandarin-speaking children and adults with normal hearing. Paper presented at the Audiology for Tomorrow - International Conference on Recent Developments in Audiology, Hong Kong.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2013, August). Developing a new generation of Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) with competence in the management of Literacy and Learning Disorders in Hong Kong. Invited paper presented at the Education for Speech and Language Pathology Committee Symposium 2 - Educating Speech-Language Pathologists for Professional Practice in Different Environments, 29th World Congress of The International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, Turin, Italy.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2013, August). Development of Cantonese lexical tone dichotic listening test – a step towards identifying individuals with auditory processing disorders. Paper presented at the Audiology Short Seminar 5, 29th World Congress of The International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, Turin, Italy.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2013, June). How do we assess sound perception and speech recognition in hearing-impaired children?. Invited paper presented at The 3rd Forum on the Development of Speech Perception Assessment Tools – Focused on Outcome Measurement of Pediatric Cochlear Implantation in China, Dalin, China.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2013, June). The development of Mandarin Pediatric Lexical Tone and Disyllabic-word Picture Identification Test in Noise (MAPPID-N). Invited paper presented at The 3rd Forum on the Development of Speech Perception Assessment Tools – Focused on Outcome Measurement of Pediatric Cochlear Implantation in China, Dalin, China.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2012, October). Development of a lexical tone dichotic listening test – a pilot study on young adults. Paper presented at the Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2012, October). The Development of a lexical tone dichotic listening test – a step towards identifying individuals with auditory processing disorders. Keynote paper presented at the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics Taiwan Composium, The Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Taiwan, Tainan, Taiwan.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2011, November). Clinical aspects of Chinese language learning among school-aged children - How to maximize the availability of speech and other meaningful sounds for hearing-impaired children to develop speech and language learning?. Paper presented at the International Conference on Chinese Language and Teaching in the Digital Age, Hong Kong.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2011, May). Benefits of new pre-processing/ sound coding strategies in cochlear implants for children: fact or fiction?. Invited paper presented in K. Yuen (Chair), Deaf children today: new issues in audiology, device fitting, rehabilitation and speech & language outcomes. Round table conducted at the 10th European Symposium on Paediatric Cochlear Implantation, Athens.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2011, May). Selection and fitting of hearing aids. Invited paper presented at the Audiology day – hearing aids workshop at the 10th European Symposium on Paediatric Cochlear Implantation, Athens.
  • Yuen, K. C. P. (2010, October). Mandarin-speaking children’s word and lexical tone recognition in noise under spatially mixed and spatially separated conditions. Paper presented at the Advanced audiological rehabilitation for better rehabilitation workshop of the Advances in otology and related sciences 2010 conference, Hong Kong.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Luan, L., Li, H., Yuan, M., Wei, C. G., Cao, K. L. & Lee, T. (2008). Computerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical tone & Disyllabic-word picture identification test in Noise (MAPPID-N): development and standardization. Paper presented at the XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, China, 8 -12 Jun 2008.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2008). Cantonese lexical tone recognition from frequency-specific temporal envelope and periodicity components in the same versus different noise band carriers. Paper presented at the XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, China, 8 -12 Jun 2008. 
  • Cao, K.L., Wei, C. G., Yuen, K. C. P., Luan, L., Huan, L. & Zhang, Z. Y. (2008). Lexical tone and word recognition in noise of Mandarin-speaking children who use cochlear implants and hearing aids in opposite ears. Paper presented at the XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, China, 8 -12 Jun 2008.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2008). Computerized CANtonese DIsyllabic LExical Tone Identification Test in Noise (CANDILET-N): development and standardization. Paper presented at the XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, China, 8 -12 Jun 2008.
  • Chang, H. S. & Yuen, K. C. P. (2008). Effects of emotional tone of voice on the acoustic characteristics of Mandarin Chinese. Paper presented at the XXIXth International Congress of Audiology, Hong Kong, China, 8 -12 Jun 2008.
  • Yuan, M., Lee, T., Yuen, K. C. P., Soli S. D., Tong, M. C. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2007). Band-specific temporal periodicity enhancement for Cantonese tone perception with noise-excited vocoder. Paper presented at the IEEE International Conference of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), Lyon, France, August 23-26, 2007.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Luan, L., Li, H., Yuan, M., Wei, C. G., Cao, K. L. & Lee, T. (2007). Computerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical tone & Disyllabic-word picture identification test in Noise (MAPPID-N). Paper presented at the 6th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Sydney, Australia, 30 Oct -2 Nov 2007.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2007). Cantonese lexical tone recognition from frequency-specific temporal envelope and periodicity components in the same versus different noise band carriers. Paper presented at the 6th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Sydney, Australia, 30 Oct – 2 Nov 2007.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2007). Computerized CANtonese DIsyllabic LExical Tone Identification Test in Noise (CANDILET-N). Paper presented at the 6th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Sydney, Australia, 30 Oct – 2 Nov 2007.
  • Yuan, M., Lee T., Yuen, K. C. P., Soli S. D., Tong, M. C., van Hasselt, C. A. (2007). F0-related periodicity enhancement in temporal envelope for Cantonese tone recognition. Paper presented at the 6th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Sydney, Australia, 30 Oct – 2 Nov 2007.
  • Yuan, M., Yuen, K. C. P., Lee, T., Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2006). Frequency-specific expansion of periodicity components for lexical tone identification in Cantonese. Paper presented at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, California, 16-20 Aug 2006.Yuen, K. C. P., Yuan, M., Lee, T.,
  • Tong, M., Soli, S. & van Hasselt. (2005). Frequency-specific temporal envelope and periodicity components for lexical tone identification in Cantonese. Paper presented at the 5th Asia Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences, Hong Kong, 26–28 Nov 2005.

Dr. YUM Yen Na, Cherry

Assistant Professor

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Dr. YUM Yen Na, Cherry
Assistant Professor
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Specialization: Bilingualism and Literacy

M.S. & Ph.D., Psychology, Tufts University

B.A., Psychology & Linguistics, Haverford College

Introduction

Cherry obtained her PhD degree in cognitive psychology at Tufts University. Before joining the SEC department at EdUHK, Cherry was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences at The University of Hong Kong. Her interests cover bilingualism and second language learning, focusing on reading and writing processes across languages or writing systems. Her recent work has used the ERP method to examine the neural correlates of visual word processing and language learning among bilingual/multilingual populations. She is currently the Programme Coordinator of BA(SE).

Teaching Area

  • Honors Project and Education Project supervision
  • Bilingualism

Research Interests

  • Bilingualism
  • Literacy 
  • Cognitive neuroscience

Journal publication

  • Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Cheung, W.L. (accepted). An ERP study of concreteness effect in semantic processing of single Chinese characters using mixed-effects modeling. Journal of Neurolinguistics.
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., Lee, C.F., & Shum, M.S.K. (2017). Online orthographic processing of Chinese characters in L1 and L2 Chinese readers. Journal of Research in Reading.
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., Mo, K.N., Lau, K.-Y.D., Su, I.-F, & Shum, M.S.K. (2016). Electrophysiological evidence of sublexical phonological access in character naming by L2 Chinese learners of L1 alphabetic scripts. Cognitive, Behavioral, and Affective Neuroscience, 16, 339-352. doi: 10.3758/s13415-015-0394-z
  • Yum, Y.N., Su, I.-F, & Law, S.-P. (2015). Early effects of radical position legality in Chinese: An ERP study. Scientific Studies of Reading. doi: 10.1080/10888438.2015.1081204
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., Su, I.-F., Lau, K.-Y.D., & Mo, K.N. (2014). An ERP study of effects of regularity and consistency in delayed naming and lexicality judgment in a logographic writing system. Frontiers in Psychology, 5: 315. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00315
  • Yum, Y.N., Midgley, K.J., Holcomb, P.J., & Grainger, J. (2014). An ERP study of initial second language learning. Psychophysiology, 51:4, 364-373. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12183
  • Yum, Y.N., Holcomb, P.J., & Grainger, J. (2011). Words and pictures: An electrophysiological investigation of domain specific processing in native Chinese and English speakers. Neuropsychologia, 49, 1910-1922. doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2011.03.018
  • Strijkers, K., Yum, Y.N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J. & Holcomb, P.J. (2011). Early goal-directed top-down influences in the production of speech. Frontiers in Psychology, 2, A371. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00371
  • Boltz, M.G. & Yum, Y.N. (2010). Temporal concepts and predicted duration judgments. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46, 895-904. doi: 10.1016/j.jesp.2010.07.002

 

Conference Presentation

2015

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Chicago:

Yum, Y.N. & Law, S.-P., An ERP study of sublexical phonological access in L2 Chinese character reading. (poster)

 

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Chicago:

Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Su, I.-F., An ERP study of sublexical phonological access in L2 Chinese character reading. (poster)

 

Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Honolulu:

Yum, Y.N., Su, I.-F., & Law, S.-P., Early encoding of radical position legality in Chinese character reading: An ERP study. (poster)

2014

The 15th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages, Seoul:

Yum, Y.N., Mo, K.N., Law, S.-P., Lau, K.-Y.D., Su, I.-F., & Shum, M.S.K., Processing sublexical phonology in L2 Chinese character reading: An ERP study. (poster)

 

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Amsterdam:

Yum, Y.N., Mo, K.N., Law, S.-P., Lau, K.-Y.D., Su, I.-F., & Shum, M.S.K., Learning to read a logographic writing system as a second language: An ERP study of L2 Chinese proficient readers. (poster)

 

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Amsterdam:

Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., Lau, K.-Y.D., Su, I.-F., & Mo, K.N., Distinctive effects of regularity and consistency in orthography-phonology mapping in a logographic writing system: An ERP study. (poster)

2013

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, San Diego:

Yum, Y.N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J., & Holcomb, P.J., Does phonology influence word learning in a visually unfamiliar L2? An ERP training study. (poster)

 

20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco:

Yum, Y. N., Midgley, K. J., Grainger, J., & Holcomb, P. J., Tracking lexicality effects in second language learning.  (poster)

2012

Tufts Cognitive Science Conference on Language and Representations, Medford:

Yum, Y.N., Grainger, J., Holcomb, P. J., Do repetitions change semantics? A longitudinal study of repetition effects. (poster)

2010

17th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, Montréal:

Yum, Y. N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J., Holcomb, P. J., An ERP study on beginning second language learning. (poster)

2009

50th Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston:

Boltz, M. & Yum, Y.N., Temporal concepts and predicted duration estimates. (poster)

 

16th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco:

Yum, Y. N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J., Holcomb, P.J., An electrophysiological study on word and picture processing in mandarin Chinese speakers. (poster)

Professional Service

Ad-hoc reviewer for Experimental Brain Research; Frontiers in Language Sciences; Language Learning; Neuropsychologia; Psicologica; Psychophysiology; Scientific Studies of Reading

Honorary Professors

Prof. CHAN Tak Cheung

Honorary Professor


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Prof. CHAN Tak Cheung
Honorary Professor
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Specialization: Educational Leadership, School Finance, Educational Research, Educational Planning, International Education, School Business Management, Special Education Administration and Facilities Planning

Doctor of Education     University of Georgia, Georgia, USA, 1979.
Master of Education     Clemson University, South Carolina, USA, 1976.
Bachelor of Arts           University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 1971.

Professional Membership:

  • American Educational Research Association (AERA)
  • Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
  • International Society of Educational Planning (ISEP)
  • Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA)
  • Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association (CAERDA)
  • Southern Regional Council for Educational Administration (SRCEA)

 

Awards:

  • Distinguished Service Award, International SIG, American Educational Research Association (2016)
  • Jack Greer Distinguished Achievement Award, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration (2013)
  • KSU Foundation Scholarship and Creative Activities Award Finalist, Kennesaw State University (2013)
  • KSU Foundation Scholarship and Creative Activities Award Finalist, Kennesaw State University (2012)
  • Distinguished Graduate Scholarship Award, Graduate School, Kennesaw State University (2011)
  • Distinguished Scholarship Award, Bagwell College of Education, Kennesaw State University (2011)
  • Outstanding Presidential Leadership Recognition, International Society for Educational Planning (2010 and 2011)
  • Distinguished Service Award, College of Education, Kennesaw State University (2010)
  • Distinguished Leadership Recognition, Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration (2010)
  • Outstanding Contributions Recognition, Program Chair, Southern Regional Council for Educational Administration (2009)
  • Distinguished Teacher Education Research Award, Georgia Association of Teacher Educators (2007)
  • Exceptional Service Award, International SIG, American Educational Research Association (2007, 2009 and 2011)
  • Distinguished Scholarship Award, Bagwell College of Education, Kennesaw State University (2006)
  • Kennesaw State University Foundation Publication Award for distinguished publication in the field of education, Kennesaw State University (2004)
  • Award for Faithfulness and Outstanding Service, International Society for Educational Planning (2004)
  • Distinguished Service Award, Southern Regional Council for Educational Facility Planning, USA (1983)

 

Selected Publications

Books Published

  • Chan, T. C., Mense, E., Lane, K., & Richardson, M. D. (Eds.) (2014). Marketing the green school: Forms, functions and the future. Los Angeles, CA: IGI Publisher.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B. & Ouyang, R. (Eds.) (2013). Administration of elementary and secondary Schools in the United States. Beijing, China: People’s University Press.
  • Koo, R., Choi, B. C., Lucas, M. R., & Chan, T. C. (Eds). (2009). Education policy, reform, and school innovations in the Asia-Pacific Region. Hong Kong and Macao, China: The Association for Childhood Education International.
  • Ouyang, R., & Chan, T. C. (2007). (Eds.) Education. Series on Western Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Beijing, China: China Renmin University Press.
  • Chan, T. C., & Richardson, M. D.  (2005). Ins and outs of school facility management. Scarecrow Education Publishing Company.
  • Jiang, Y. S., & Chan, T. C. (1990). A conceptual framework of modern educational administration. Guangdong, China: Guangdong Higher Education Press.
  • Chan, T. C.  (1980). The age of school building and the academic achievement of eighth grade students in the State of Georgia. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilm, Inc.

Book Chapters Published

  • Chan, T. C., Saunders, R., & Lashley, L. (2014). Green school leadership: What does it really mean? In T. C. Chan, E. Mense, K. Lane, & M. D. Richardson (eds.). Marketing the green school: Forms, functions and The future. Los Angeles, CA: IGI Publisher, p. 232-242,
  • Griffin, D., & Chan, T. C. (2014). PPBES: How one school district goes green. In T. C. Chan, E. Mense, K. Lane, & M. D. Richardson (eds.). Marketing the green school: Forms, functions and the future. Los Angeles, CA: IGI Publisher, p. 258-266.
  • Chan, T. C., Mense, E. G., Crain-Dorough, M., Richardson, M. D., & Lane, K. E. (2013). Observations through a keyhole: The changing dimensions of global higher education. In S. Mukerji, & P. Tripathi (eds.) The Handbook of Research on Transnational Higher Education Management. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publisher, p. 59-78.
  • Chan, T. C. (2013). Planning in education. In, T. C. Chan, B. Jiang & R. Ouyang (eds.) Administration of elementary and secondary schools in the United States. Beijing, China: People’s University Press, p. 68-82.
  • Chan, T. C. (2013). Administration of school business affairs. In, T. C. Chan, B. Jiang & R. Ouyang (eds.) Administration of elementary and secondary schools in the United States. Beijing, China: People’s University Press, p. 257-271.
  • Chan, T. C. (2011). Conclusion: Where does multicultural education in Asia countries lead? In J. Phillion, M. T. Hue, & Y. Wang (Eds.). Minority students in East Asia: Government policies, school practices and teacher responses. New York: Routledge.  P. 249-256.
  • Rhodes, E., Ennis, W., Crain-Dorough, M., Richardson, M., & Chan, T. C. (2011). Financing distance education in a time of economic challenges. In U. Demiray and S. Sever (2011). Marketing online education program: Frameworks for promotion and communication. Turkey: Anadolu University, p. 315-327.
  • Chan, T. C. (2010). Introduction: Educational leadership program: Challenges of today and tomorrow. Yearbook 2009, the Southern Regional Council on Education Administration.
  • Koo, R., Chan, T. C., & Richardson, M. (2009). The development of educational technology in China. In R. Koo, B. C. Choi, M. R. Lucas, & T. C. Chan (Eds). Education policy, reform, and school innovations in the Asia-Pacific Region, p. 425-446.
  • Wang, C., Richardson, M., Chan, T. C., & Koo, R. (2009) Merit pay in China: How one university acts. In R. Koo, B. C. Choi, M. R. Lucas, & T. C. Chan (Eds). Education policy, reform, and school innovations in the Asia-Pacific Region, p. 131-138.
  • Jiang, B., Patterson, J., & Chan, T. C. (2009) Meeting the redesign criteria of educational leadership programs in Georgia: Innovative acts of one university.  In R. Koo, B. C. Choi, M. R. Lucas, & T. C. Chan (Eds). Education policy, reform, and school innovations in the Asia-Pacific Region, p. 165-192.
  • Chan, T. C. (2009). Meeting educational challenges of the new century: An examination of  China’s strategic planning. In R. Koo, B. C. Choi, M. R. Lucas, & T. C. Chan (Eds). Education policy, reform, and school innovations in the Asia-Pacific Region, p. 107-130
  • Morris, R., & Chan, T. C. (2007). Analyzing professional perspectives that support school improvement. 2007 Yearbook of the Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration, p. 49-60.
  • Zhu, X., & Chan, T. C. (2007). Educational system and management in the United States. In R. Ouyang & T. C. Chan (Editors), Education. Beijing, China: China Remmin University Press, p. 23-48.
  • Chan, T. C. (2007). Education in the New Century. In R. Ouyang & T. C. Chan (Editors), Education. Beijing, China: China Remmin University Press, p. 321-330.
  • Tubbs, J. E., & Chan, T. C. (2006). How to create a quality collaborative educational leadership practicum experience. The Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration Yearbook, p. 43-49.
  • Chan, T. C. (2005). School enrollment and employment. In Jing Luo (Editor), China today: An encyclopedia of life in the People’s Republic.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, p. 534-537.
  • Chan, T. C. (2005). Educational administration: Educational finance, policies, and laws. In Jing Luo (Editor), China today: An encyclopedia of life in the People’s Republic.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, p. 142-5. 

Research Reports Published

  • Chan, T. C. (2013). An examination of green school practices in Atlanta schools. Kennesaw, GA: Department of Educational Leadership, Kennesaw State University. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED543509).
  • King, P., & Chan, T. C. (2011). Teachers’ and students’ perception on teachers’ caring behaviors.  (ERIC
  • Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED525290).
  • Chan, T. C.  (2007). The impact of technology facilities on student achievement in Georgia schools. Research Report to the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International, Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Chan, T. C. (2004). A comparison of student attitude, behavior, and achievement in portable and permanent classrooms. Research report to the Council of Educational Facility Planners, International, Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Chan, T. C., Webb, L., & Bowen, C. (2003). Are assistant principals prepared for principalship? How do assistant principals perceive? (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED481543).
  • Chan, T. C. & Pool, H. (2002).  Principals’ priorities versus their realities: Reducing the gap. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED 465 230). 
  • Chan, T. C., & Martin, K. (2001) HOT Program: A success story of community support for education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED 453 927).
  • Chan, T. C., Curran, T., & Deskin, C.  (1997).  Employment myths and realities in speech and language pathology. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED 416 730).
  • Chan, T. C.  (1996).  Environmental impact on student learning  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED 406 722).
  • Chan, T. C.  (1997).  Physical environment and student safety in South Georgia schools.(ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED 405 640).
  • Chan, T. C.  (1982).  A comparative study of pupil attitudes toward new and old school buildings. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service,  No.:  ED 222 981)
  • Chan, T. C.  (1982). Initial costs vs. operational costs. A study of building improvement projects in fourteen Schools in the School District of Greenville County, South Carolina. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service, No.: ED 208 492)
  • Chan, T. C. (1981).  Physical environment and middle grade achievement. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service,  No.: ED 198 645)
  • Chan, T. C. (1979).  The impact of school building age on pupil achievement.  (ERIC Document Reproduction Service,  No.: ED 191 138)

Case Studies

  • Patterson, J., Vella, B., & Chan, T. C. (2009). Together, we are better. In K. Henson (2009). Curriculum Planning. (4th ed.)  Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc. p. 206-211.
  • Chan, T. C. (2005). Contract management in school construction. Journal of Ethics in Leadership, 1(2), 108-115.
  • Tubbs, J. E., Terry, D., & Chan, T. C. (2006). As the crows fly. In K. Henson (2006). Curriculum Planning. (3rd ed.) Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, Inc. p. 190-196.

 

Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  • Patterson, J.P., Jiang, B., Chandler, M., & Chan, T.C. (2012, Fall).  Educational leadership program effectiveness: Evaluation from graduates and their principals. Georgia Educational Researcher, 9(1), 40-60.
  • Chan, T. C., Crain-Dorough, M., Richardson, M. D. (2012). Educational accountability: The role of efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity. Southern Journal of Educational Administration, 1(1), 19-26. Available online at  http://cstl-coe.semo.edu/pwatkins/SRCEA_Jrl/Index.htm
  • Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2012) Implementation of professional learning standards in Georgia schools: An examination of the current reality. Journal of Educational Research- New Waves, 15(1), 89-106.
  • Turan, S., & Chan, T. C. (2011). Profiles of elementary school principals: Comparing Turkey and the United States. Journal of Education and Humanities. 2(4). 93-108. (Available online at http://www.egitimbirsen.org.tr/eibd/eibd4.pdf )
  • Cheurprakobkit, S., & Chan, T. C. (2011). The development of criminal justice program in Georgia high schools. Eastern Education Journal, 40(1), 75-84. Available online:  http://castle.eiu.edu/edjournal/
  • Chan, T. C., & Dishman, M. (2011). Maintaining a safe and healthy school environment for learning. The American Clearinghouse on Educational Facilities (ACEF) Journal, 1(1), 5-13. Available online: http://www.acefacilities.org/ACEFJournal.aspx
  • Chan, T. C. (2011). How do technology application and equity impact student achievement? International Journal of Cyber Ethics in education, 1(2), 1-14.  Available online: http://resources.igi-global.com/marketing/journals/IJCEE1(2).pdf
  • Chan, T. C. (2010). Faculty’s perception of a performance-based educational leadership program. Educational Planning, 19(4), 32-43.
  • Chan, T. C. (2010). Signs and symbols of educational planning. Educational Planning, 67(2), 3-10.
  • Chan, T. C., Chandler, M., Jiang, B., & Patterson, J. (2010). How do administrators, teachers, and parents Perceive the impact of facility on student achievement? Journal of School Business Management, 22(2), 34-41.
  • Chan, T. C. (2009). Meeting the challenge of accountability: The case study of a university in China. Inonu University Journal of the Faculty of Education, 10(3), 13-24.
  • Chan, T. C., & Jiang, B. (2009). How school principals assist beginning teachers.  Studies in Educational Leadership, 1,114-123.
  • Morris, R., Chan, T. C., & Patterson, J. (2009). Principals’ perceptions of school public relations. Journal of School Public Relations, 30(2), 166-185.
  • Patterson, J., Chandler, M., Jiang, B., & Chan, T. C. (2009). Portable classrooms: Immediate solutions to a Growing problem. School Business Affairs, 75(6), 23-25.
  • Chan, T. C., Patterson, J., & Chandler, M. (2009) Best practices for the best interests of students: Principals’ strategies in managing portable classrooms. Journal of School Business Management, 21(1), 28-36.
  • Chan, T. C. (2009). Do portable classrooms impact teaching and learning? Journal of Educational Administration, 47(3), 290-304.
  • Jiang, B., Patterson, J., Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2009). Practicum experience in an educational leadership program: Perspectives of supervisors, mentors and candidates. Educational Administration-Theory and Practice, 15(57), 77-108.
  • Chan, T. C., Terry, D., & Bessette, H. (2009). Fourth and fifth grade departmentalization: A transition to middle school. Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences, 13(2), 5-13.
  • Jiang, B., & Chan, T. C. (2008) Working with beginning teachers: What effective strategies do principals use? Eastern Education Journal, 37(1), 8-19. (Available at www.eiu.edu/~edjournal
  • Chan, T. C., & Du, R. (2008). School principals’ profiles: Comparing U.S and China. Journal of Global Initiatives, 3(1), 87-106.
  • Chan, T. C., & Wan, Y. (2008). The feasibility of implementing Total Quality Management principles in Chinese education: Chinese educators’ perspectives. Educational Planning, 17(20), 10-22.  

 

Invited Lectures

  • Chan, T. C. (2015, October). Mentoring faculty to employ innovative approach to classroom teaching. Guangxi Teachers College, Nanning, Guangxi, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2015, October). A current development of open education in the United States. A presentation to the faculty of Guangxi Open Education University, Nanning, Guangxi, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2014, June). An update of development in elementary education in the United States. A presentation to The faculty and students of Huzhou Teachers’ College, Huzhou, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2014, June). Elementary education development in the United States: The present and the future. A presentation to the faculty and students of Hunan First Teachers’ College, Changsha, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2014, June). Educational research development in the United States. A presentation to the faculty and students of Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2014, June). Educational research and dissemination in the United States. A presentation to the faculty and students of Central South University, Changsha, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2013, December). Faculty induction and mentoring in US schools and colleges. A presentation to the faculty and students of Jinan University, Guangzhou, China.
  • Chan, T. C. (2013, December). Faculty induction and mentoring: The US model. A presentation to the faculty and students of the University of Macau, Macau, China.
  • Chan, T. C.  (2013, November). Educational research wants you. Dean’s Speaker Series, Bagwell College of Education, Kennesaw State University.
  • Chan, T. C. (2012, December). A showcase of love and care in the world. A presentation to students at Shin Pyeong High School, Shinpyeong-Myeon, Dangjin-Gun, Chungnam, Republic of Korea.
  • Chan, T. C. (2011, May). How principals assist new teachers to succeed. A lecture delivered to the faculty and students of Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China.
  • Chan, T. C., & Jiang, B. (2010, May). How to make best use of community resources in support of education?A lecture delivered to the faculty and students of Shanghai Normal University, China.

 

Peer Reviewed Paper Presentations (Selected)

  • Chan, T. C., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. (2016, April). How do Chinese school administrators manage school financial business? A paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Chan, T. C. (2016, April). How do Atlanta public schools manage their finance at economically difficult times?A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Morris, R. (2016, April). How do Atlanta schools support the green school initiative? A paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Society of Professors of Education, Washington, DC, USA.
  • Chan, T. C. (2015, November). Working with doctoral students in the dissertation process. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C. (2015, October). An examination of school financial practices in China. A paper presented to the annual conference of The International Society for Educational Planning, Baltimore, MD, USA.
  • Bowen, C., & Chan, T. C. (2014, October). Ethical decision making: An intentional component of all teacher and educational leader preparation classes. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Chandler, M. (2014, October). Financial practices exercised by public schools in Atlanta. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. (2014, October). How do school administrators in China manage school financial business? A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Atlanta, Ga. USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. (2014, October). Educational finance practices: How does it work in China? A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Jiang, B., Chan, T. C., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. (2014, April). Significance of school community relations to Chinese educators. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Chandler, M., Turan, S., Kpeglo, S., & Du, R. (2014, April). Comparing school principals’ roles and responsibilities in five countries. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Shu, Z. (2014, April). An examination of educational finance practices in China. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Lokey-Vega, A., & Chan, T. C. (2014, March). Learning from international curriculum exemplars to refine the common core standards. A presentation to the annual conference of the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development at Los Angeles, CA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Saunders, R. (2013, October). How green are the Atlanta schools? A paper presented to the annual conference of The International Society for Educational Planning, Niagara Falls, NY, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. D. (2013, October). How do Chinese educators perceive school community relations? A paper presented to the annual conference of The International Society for Educational Planning, Niagara Falls, NY, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Chandler, M., Turan, S., Kpeglo, S., & Du, R. (2013, October). How do school principals in five different countries perform their daily duties? A paper presented to the annual conference of The International Society for Educational Planning, Niagara Falls, NY, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Saunders, R. (2013, October).  An examination of green school practices in Atlanta schools. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. D. (2013, October). School community relations: An examination of Chinese educators’ perspectives. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Saunders, R. (2013, October). The green features of Atlanta schools. A paper presented to the annual conference of The Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Oklahoma City, OK, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., Xu, M., & Shu, Z. D.  (2013, October). School community relations: Its’ significance to Chinese educators. A paper presented to the annual conference of The Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Oklahoma City, OK, USA.
  • Amlaner, B., & Chan, T. C. (2013, October). A climate assessment instrument for the Seventh-day Adventist schools. A paper presented to the annual conference of The Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Oklahoma City, OK, USA.
  • Morris, R., Chan, T. C., & Putney, D. (2013, October). A critical review of technology decision making and School usage. A paper presented to the annual conference of The Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, Oklahoma City, OK, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., & Shu, Z. (2013, April). Perceptions of Chinese educators on school community relations. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Kpeglo, S., Chan, T. C., & Morris, R. (2013, May). Ghana teacher college principals: Self-perception of their roles and responsibilities. A paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C.  & Kpeglo, S. (2012, October). How principals of teacher colleges in Ghana perceive their roles and responsibilities. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C.  & Kpeglo, S. (2012, October). Teacher college principalship in Ghana: Principals’ Self-perception. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Kansas City, MO, USA.
  • Morris, R., & Chan, T. C. (2012, September). Technology decision making by school leaders. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., & Shu, Z. (2012, September). Chinese principals’ roles in new teacher induction. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council on Educational Administration, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C.  & Kpeglo, S. (2012, September). Ghana teacher college principals: Self-perception of their roles and responsibilities. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council for Educational Administration, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & King, P.  (2012, May). Teacher caring: A strategic approach to classroom management. A paper presented at the International Symposium on Classroom Management and Motivation for Learning, Wuhan, China.
  • Crain-Dorough, M., Mense. E. G., Stringer, J. C., Campbell, K. T., Richardson, M. D., & Chan, T. C. (2012). School improvement process filters into the classroom management: Transending international borders. A paper presented at the International Symposium on Classroom Management and Motivation for Learning, Wuhan, China.
  • Lane, K. E., Mense, E., Richardson, M. D., Chan, T. C. (2012, May). Developing simulations on critical thinking and decision making:  Ways to motivate student learning. a paper presented to the international symposium on classroom management and motivation for learning, wuhan, china.
  • Jiang, B., Chan, T. C., & Shu Z. (2012, May). Helping new teachers to start a career in education: Perspectives of Chinese principals. Paper presented at the US- China Symposium on Educational, Technology and Teacher Leadership, Shanghai, China.
  • Mense, E., Lane, K. E., Richardson, M. D., & Chan, T. C. (2012, May). The use of technology in higher education: The role of accountability. Paper presented at the US- China Symposium on Educational, Technology and Teacher Leadership, Shanghai, China.
  • Chandler, M., Chan, T. C., & Jiang, B. (2012, April). The effectiveness of embedded approach to practicum experiences in educational leadership: Program candidates’ perspectives. A paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2012, April). How are professional learning standards implemented in Georgia schools? A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Jiang, B., & Chan, T. C. (2012, April). How do school principals work with beginning teachers in China? A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Chan, T. C. (2011, November). My dissertation process. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council for Educational Administration, St. Louis, MO, USA.
  • King, P., & Chan, T. C. (2011, October). Teachers’ and students’ perceptions on teachers’ caring behaviors. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Mozer, L., & Chan, T. C. (2011, October). A comparison of student achievement: Online and face-to-Face. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.  
  • Chan, T. C., & Kpeglo, S. (2011, October). How are Ghana elementary school principals different from those of the United State?. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Kpeglo, S. (2011, October). Profiles of elementary school principals: Comparing Ghana and The United States. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Chan, T. C. (2011, October). A safe and healthy school is an AYP school. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Chandler, M., Chan, T. C., & Jiang, B. (2011, April). The embedded approach to practicum experiences in an educational leadership program: Candidates perspectives. A paper presented  at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, New Orleans, LA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C. (2011, April). Technology Application and Technology Equity: Are They Related to Student Achievement? A paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, USA.

  • Turan, S., & Chan, T. C. (2010, October). School Principals’ Profiles: Comparing Turkey and the United States. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Washington, DC, USA.

  • Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2010, October). An examination of the implementation status of professional learning communities in Georgia schools. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council for Educational Administration, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Chandler, M., Patterson, J., & Jiang, B. (2010, April). How school facilities impact student achievement: Perceptions of principals, teachers and parents. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2010, April-May). School principal profiles: Comparing Hungary and the U.S. A paper presented at the annual conference of American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Morris, R. C., Chan, T. C., & Patterson, J. (2010, April-May). School public relations as perceived by school principals. A paper presented at the annual conference of American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO, USA.
  • Chandler, M., Chan, T. C., Patterson, J., & Jiang, B. (2009, October). How do principals, teachers and parents perceive the impact of facility on student achievement? A paper presented at the annual conference of the Georgia Educational Research Association, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2009, October). Principals’ self-perception of their roles and responsibilities: Comparing Hungary and the United States. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Southern Regional Council for Educational Administration, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Williamson, J., & Chan, T. C. (2009, October). The impact of technology access, technology integration and teacher technology proficiency on student achievement in Georgia schools. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Patterson, J., & Chandler, M. (2009, October). The impact of facility on student achievement: Principals’, teachers’, and parents’ perspectives. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2009, October). School principal profiles: Comparing Hungary and the United States. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Bowen, C., & Chan, T. C. (2009, October). Preparing for the 21st Century: Increasing ethics instruction in educator preparation programs. A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Educational Planning, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Jiang, B., Chandler, M., Patterson, J. & Chan, T. C. (2009, April). Practicum Experience in an Educational Leadership Program: Perspectives of Supervisors, Mentors and Candidates. A paper presented at the annual conference of American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C. (2009, April). Faculty’s perception of a performance-based educational leadership program. A paper presented at the annual conference of Chinese Association of Educational Research and Development, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., Patterson, J., & Chandler, M. (2009, April). Perceptions of practicum experiences: Supervisors’ and mentors’.   A paper presented at the annual conference of Chinese Association of Educational Research and Development, San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Patterson, J., Jiang, B., Chandler, M., & Chan, T. C. (2009, February). Stakeholders’ perceptions of educational leadership practicum experiences. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Georgia Conference on College and University Teaching, Kennesaw, GA, USA. 
  • Patterson, J., Chandler, M., Jiang, B., & Chan, T. C. (2009, February). Stakeholders’ perceptions of Educational leadership practicum experiences. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Dallas, TX, USA.
  • Cheurprakobkit, S., & Chan, T. C. (2008, November). The criminal justice curriculum in Georgia’s high schools. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Criminal Justice Association of Georgia, Savannah, GA, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Patterson, J., Chandler, M., & Jiang, B. (2008, October). Strategies of planning and managing portable classrooms. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration at Charleston, WV, USA.
  • Patterson, J., Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., Bowen, C., & Chandler, M. (2008, October). Multiple perspectives of an educational leadership program’s practicum experiences. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration at Charleston, WV, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Morris, R. (2008, October). Principals’ perceptions of school community relations. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration at Charleston, WV, USA.
  • Bowen, C., Chan, T. C., & Patterson, J. (2008, October). Ethics in the 21st Century – Higher Education’s Responsibility. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration at Charleston, WV, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., Chandler, M., Patterson, J., & Jiang, B. (2008). Stakeholders’ perceptions of an educational Leadership program’s practicum experiences. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Teacher Education, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  • Chandler, M., Chan, T. C., Patterson, J., & Jiang, B. (2008, October). Practicum experience in an educational leadership program: Multiple perspectives. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the International Society of Educational Planning at Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Chan, T. C., Patterson, J., & Chandler, M. (2008, October). Best practices for the best interests of students: Principals’ strategies in managing portable classrooms. A paper presented to the annual meeting of the International Society of Educational Planning at Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Jiang, B., Patterson, J., Chan, T. C., & Bowen, C. (2008, May).  An Educational Leadership Program Redesign: Insights from Graduates and School Administrators. A paper presented at the International Conference on Educational Renewal and School Development in an Era of Cultural Diversity, Wuhan, China.
  • Chan, T. C., Jiang, B., & Patterson, J. (2008, March) Redesigning educational leadership programs: Graduates and their principals can help. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY, USA.
  • Chan, T. C., & Jiang, B. (2008, March) Principals’ role in working with beginning teachers. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association, New York, NY, USA.
  • Jiang, B., Patterson, J., & Chan, T. C. (2008, February). Involving graduates and their school employers in redesigning the educational leadership program. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Education, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Dr. Catherine LAM Chi Chin

Honorary Professor


Dr. Catherine LAM Chi Chin
Honorary Professor
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MB BS (HK)
FRCP (Edinburgh)
FHKAM (Paediatrics)
Specialist in Developmental-Behavioural Paediatrics (DBP)
Chair of the DBP Subspecialty Board

Profile

Dr. Catherine Chi-Chin LAM served as Consultant Paediatrician of Child Assessment Service (CAS), Department of Health until 2014 and currently works at CAS responsible for training and service development. Dr. Lam is a paediatrician with an interest in developmental paediatrics and the neurobiological basis of developmental and learning disorders. After graduation from the University of Hong Kong Medical Faculty and obtaining her Membership in Paediatrics from the United Kingdom Royal College of Physicians, she pursued subspecialty training in child neurology and developmental paediatrics at various institutions including the Child Assessment Service of Hong Kong, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of New York and the Department of Neurology of Harvard Medical School. Dr. Lam holds Fellowship Degrees from the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine.

Dr. Lam promotes attention to children and individuals with developmental disabilities through working with professional, non-governmental and parent associations. Dr. Lam is an active participant in cross sector collaborative work and related policy issues. Over the past years, she has worked with many medical professional bodies and was a founding member of the Hong Kong Society for Child Neurology and Developmental Paediatrics. From 2008 she led the formation of a Subspecialty of Developmental-Behavioural Paediatrics (DBP), resulting in its accreditation as a Paediatric Subspecialty in 2013 under the Hong Kong College of Paediatricians and Hong Kong Academy of Medicine. She is the current Chair of the DBP Subspecialty Board. Dr. Lam is active in joint activities in DBP between Hong Kong and the Mainland of China. She is a founding member of a charitable organization for helping children with learning and attention disorders in Hong Kong.

 

Selected publications

  • 1. Wong AMY, Ho CSH, Au Terry KF, Kidd J C, Ng AKH, Yip LPW, Lam CCC. (Dis)connections between specific language impairment and dyslexia in Chinese. Reading and Writing (2015) Volume 28, Issue 5, pp 699-719.
  • 2. Wong AMY, Leung M, Siu E, Lam CCC. Validating the language domain subtest in a developmental assessment scale for preschool children. Research in Developmental Disabilities 33 (2012) 1633-1641
  • 3. Wong SWL, McBride-Chang C, Lam CCC, Chan BMY, Lam FWF, Doo S. The joint effect of risk status, gender, early literacy and cognitive skills on the presence of Chinese dyslexia among a group of high risk children. Dyslexia 18:40-57 (2012)
  • 4. Lam CCC. Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Emerging in Hong Kong and the way ahead. Brainchild, HKCNDP November 2011 Vol. 12(1) 52-54
  • 5. Leung C, Cheung J, Lau V, Lam C. Development of Preschool Developmental Assessment Scale (PDAS) on children’s social development. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32 (2011) 2511-2518.
  • 6. Wong AMY, Leung C, Siu EKL, Lam CCC, Chan GPS. Development of the language subtest in a developmental assessment scale to identify Chinese preschool children with special needs. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32 (2011) 297–305
  • 7. McBride-Chang C, Lam FWF, Lam C, et al. Early predictors of dyslexia in Chinese children: familial history of dyslexia, language delay, and cognitive profiles. J of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 52:2 (2011), pp 204-211
  • 8. Leung C, Mak R, Lau V, Cheung J, Lam CCC. Development of a preschool developmental assessment scale for assessment of developmental disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 31 (2010) 1358–1365
  • 9. Lam CCC. Developmental Dyslexia : Neurobiological perspectives. In: Ng SY, Lam CW, eds. Working together to unlock the potential of students with dyslexia: The Hong Kong Institute of Education. September (2010) 17-20
  • 10. Siu E, Tam E, Sin D, et al. A Survey of Augmentative and Alternative Communication Service Provision in Hong Kong. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (2010) Vol. (26) 4, pp 1-10.
  • 11. Wong AMY, Au TKF, Ho CSH, Kidd JC, Lam CCC, Lam FWF, Yip LPW. (2010). Word reading in Chinese kindergarten children with SLI. Poster presentation at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Berlin. July 2010.
  • 12. Wong AMY, Ho CSH, Au TKF, Kidd JC, Lam CCC, Yip LPW, Lam FWF. Word reading in Chinese kindergarteners with and without specific language impairment (SLI). Poster presentation at the Research in Reading Chinese Conference, OISE/University of Toronto. July 2010.
  • 13. Kidd JC, Wong AMY, Ho CSH, Au TKF, Lam CCC, Yip LPW, Lam FWF. In search of shared deficits underlying SLI and dyslexia in Chinese. Poster presentation at the 31st Annual Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, June 2010.
  • 14. Lam CCC. Dyslexia in Hong Kong: Perspectives of Definition and Assessment. Journal of Basic Education (2009) Vol. 18(2) 45-62
  • 15. Lam CCC, Lam FWF. Hong Kong Summit on Specific Learning Disabilities. Brainchild, The Official Publication of The Hong Kong Society of Child Neurology and Developmental Paediatrics. September 2008; 9(2):5-21.
  • 16. Lam FWF, McBride-Chang C, Lam CCC, Wong SWL, Chow Y, Doo S. Towards Early Identification of Dyslexia in Chinese Preschool Children: A Study on Reading and Cognitive Profile in Children with Genetic Risk of Dyslexia in Hong Kong. HK J Paediatr (new series) 2008; 13: 90-98.
  • 17. Lam CCC. The use of word processors by students with SLD as an accommodation at open examinations 2008. In Lam CCC eds: Special Issue on Specific Learning Disabilities, Brainchild, The Hong Kong Society of Child Neurology and Developmental Paediatrics. November 2008 Vol. 9(2) 31-38
  • 18. Lam F, Lam C, Chan B. Mathematics Disorder – What we understand today. In Lam CCC eds: Special Issue on Specific Learning Disabilities, Brainchild, The Hong Kong Society of Child Neurology and Developmental Paediatrics. November 2008 Vol. 9(2) 42-47
  • 19. McBride-Chang C, Lam FWF, Lam CCC, Doo S, Wong SWL, Chow Y. Word Recognition and Cognitive Profiles of Chinese Pre-school Children at-risk for Dyslexia through Language Delay or Familial History of Dyslexia. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, Vol. 49, Number 2, Feb 2008, pp.211-218(8)
  • 20. Chan CW, Lam CCC, Lau J, Lee T, Leung P, Liu S, Shiu LP. Position Paper on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children by Working Party on AD/HD (2007).
  • 21. Mak RHK, Lam CCC, Ho CCY, Wong MMY, Editors. A Primer in Common Developmental Disabilities – Experience at Child Assessment Service, Hong Kong. (2006)
  • 22. Lam CCC. Child Assessment Service in Hong Kong. In: Mak RHK, Lam CCC, Ho CCY, Wong MMY, eds. A Primer in Common Developmental Disabilities – Experience at Child Assessment Service, Hong Kong. (2006) 1-16

 

Selected projects

  • 1. 2016: Development of locally validated and normed comprehensive assessment instrument for 2-4 year old children in Hong Kong. Research partners: Child Assessment Service, The University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • 2. 2015: Development of language assessment tool for preschool children in Hong Kong. Research partners: Child Assessment Service, The University of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  • 3. 2011-2014: Development of a dyslexia screening test for preschool children in Hong Kong. Research Partners: Child Assessment Service, The Hong Kong Institute of Education and The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • 4. 2009-2014: Research project to develop a locally validated and normed comprehensive preschool developmental assessment scales for Hong Kong preschool 3-6 year old children. Research partners : Child Assessment Service, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • 5. 2011: Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the Mentally Handicapped Project: Development and Provision of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) system for children with intellectual disabilities (Project No.: QEFMH 3/51/10)
  • 6. 2011: Quality Education Fund Research Project: The effectiveness of literacy intervention program for secondary students with dyslexia and specific reading and writing difficulties and significant underachievement” (Project No.: 2010/0180)
  • 7. 2009 -2011: Working Group for establishment of guidelines on Support Services to Students with Specific Learning Disabilities (Dyslexia) in Hong Kong Tertiary Institutions. Research Partners: The Hong Kong Society of Child Neurology & Developmental Paediatrics, Hong Kong Association for Specific Learning Disabilities and Representatives from 10 Hong Kong tertiary institutions.
  • 8. 2009-2011: 2-year Study on Multidimensional Developmental Profiles of Primary School Children with Significant Hearing Impairment in Hong Kong. Child Assessment Service, Department of Health and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages.
  • 9. 2008-2013: Specific Language Impairment (SLI) and Dyslexia in Cantonese Chinese: Co-morbidity and underlying deficits. A Longitudinal Study. Research Partners: Child Assessment Service and University of Hong Kong.
  • 10. 2007-2013: Territory-wide Language Evaluation for Students with HI in collaboration with the Jockey Club Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrollment in Deaf Education (JC-SLCO) Programme. Partners are Child Assessment Service of Department of Health and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages.
  • 11. 2007-2008: Development of training programme on School Based Speech Therapy Service for Hong Kong speech therapists at HKU SPACE.
  • 12. 2006-2010: Longitudinal study of cognitive profiles of Chinese pre-school children at-risk for dyslexia through language delay or familial history of dyslexia and outcomes by school age; and potential application of findings for development of preschool dyslexia screening tool in Hong Kong. Research Partners: Child Assessment Service and The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • 13. 2003-2006: Development of the Hong Kong Cantonese Oral Language Assessment Scale, Child Assessment Service, Department of Health HKSAR & Language Information Sciences Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong

Prof. Dennis Michael MCINERNEY

Honorary Professor


dennismm@eduhk.hk

Prof. Dennis Michael MCINERNEY
Honorary Professor
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Specialisation: Motivation, Learning, Self-process and Educational achievement

B A Macquarie University 1971
B Ed University of New England 1973 (Pass with Merit)
M Ed (Hons) University of New England 1976
Ph D University of Sydney, 1989 (Thesis Title: The Psychological Determinants of Motivation of Non-Traditional Aboriginal Students)
Registered Teacher - The Council of Public Education Registration Number 29782
Registered Psychologist – Psychology Board of Australia PSY0001138433

Profile

Dennis M. McInerney, PhD, is Chair Professor of Educational Psychology at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. He has published over 200 research articles in refereed journals and book chapters, edits two international research monographs and has written a number of textbooks, including Educational Psychology: Constructing Learning (Pearson 6th edition, 2014); Developmental Psychology for Teachers (Allen & Unwin, 2006); Helping Kids Achieve Their Best: Understanding and Using Motivation in the Classroom (Information Age Publishing, 2005), and Publishing Your Psychology Research (Sage and Allen & Unwin, 2001). Professor McInerney’s major areas of research interest are cross-cultural studies of learning and motivation, self-processes and adaptive psychological determinants of school behavior (such as self-regulation, self-concept, metacognition, learning styles), and instrument design and validation.

 

Professional Memberships

  • Associate Fellow Hong Kong Psychological Society
  • Member Australian Psychological Society
  • Member of the American Psychological Association
  • Member of the Australian Psychological Society College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists

 

Research Interests

  • Cross-cultural studies of learning and motivation
  • Self-processes and adaptive psychological determinants of school engagement
  • Instrument design and validation, with a specific focus on indigenous and ethnic minorities

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • 2011 :UGC/GRF Grant ($808,769) Teacher commitment, motivation and attributes: What characterizes teachers in Hong Kong Schools? (With H. Marsh & A. Morin).
  • 2010-2011: Hong Kong Institute of Education (HK$180,000) for research proposal development and pilot research into personal bests (PBs). (RG 15/2010-2011R: The Role of Personal Bests as a Motivator in Students’ Academic Development) (with A. Martin, G. A. D. Liem).
  • 2010: National Priorities Research Program (NPRP09-3022-5-052), Qatar National Research Fund ($US 69, 255) Peer and teacher socio-cultural motivation. Its impact on student academic performance (with R. Nasser).
  • 2009-2012: UGC/GRF Grant ($HK1.16m) Optimizing the Potential of Hong Kong Students: Harnessing the Interaction between Psychological Variables and Student Achievement.(with M. Mok, R. Cheng, P. Y. Lai and A. S Yeung).
  • 2008 (November): Start-up Grant HKIEd (HK$400,000).
  • 2007-2008: Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice, NIE, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore ($S156, 290) Building the future for Singaporean students: The relationship of values, future visions, motivational profiles and learning to school success (with Arief D. Liem).
  • 2006-2011: ARC Discovery Grant ($AUD300,000) Securing the future: Optimising the success of remote Indigenous students at post-secondary education. A cross-cultural study (with T. Cook & J. Tuovinen).
  • 2005-2011: Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant (ARC $AUD272,181 – NTDEET $AUD272,000 cash and kind) Building the future of Indigenous students. The relationship of future vision, learning, and motivational profiles to school success (with T. Cook & J. Tuovinen).
  • 2005-2011: Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant ($AUD285,000) Maximising Real Educational Achievement – The REACH Project: Integrating motivation and self-concept to optimise students’ academic outcomes (with H. Marsh & A. Martin).

 

Representative Publications

Authored Books

  • Lee, P., Fasoli, L., Ford, L., Stephenson, P., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Indigenous kids and schooling in the Northern Territory. An introductory overview and brief history of Aboriginal Education in the Northern Territory. NT, Australia: Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Press.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013). Educational Psychology: Constructing learning. 6th ed. Sydney: Pearson.
  • 麥翰林、鄭穎怡和黎寶燕 (2010)。《善用動機、盡展所長:教與學的錦囊》。美國北卡羅萊納州夏洛特市:Information Age Publishing。(McInerney, D. M., Cheng, R. W. Y., & Lai, P. Y. (2010). Utilize motivation to fulfil potentials: Tips for teaching and learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. (in Chinese).
  • McInerney, D. M., & McInerney, V. (2010). Educational Psychology: Constructing learning. 5th ed. Sydney: Pearson.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2006). Developmental Psychology for Teachers: An Applied Approach. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  • McInerney, D. M., & McInerney, V. (2006). Educational Psychology: Constructing learning. 4th ed. Sydney: Pearson..

 

Edited Books

  • Chung, K. K. H., Yuen, K. C. P., & McInerney, D. M. (Eds.) (2014). Understanding developmental disorders of auditory processing, language and literacy across languages: International perspectives. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • McInerney, D. M., Marsh, H. W., & Craven, R. (Eds.). (2013). Theory driving research: New wave perspectives on self-processes and human development. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Pub. Inc.
  • McInerney, D. M, Walker, R. A., & Liem, G. A. D. (2011). Sociocultural Theories of Learning and Motivation. Looking back, looking forward. In D. M. McInerney (Ed.) Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 10. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • McInerney, D. M, Walker, R. A., & Liem, G. A. D. (2011). Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • McInerney, D. M., Brown, T. L., & Liem, G. A. D. (2009). Student Perspectives on Assessment: What Students Can Tell Us about Assessment for Learning. In D. M. McInerney (Ed.), Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 9. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Tan, O S., McInerney, D. M., Liem, A. D., & Tan, A-G. (2008). What the West can Learn from the East. Asian Perspectives on the Psychology of Learning and Motivation. Vol. 7 in Research in Multicultural Education and International Perspectives (Series Editors F. Salili and R. Hoosain). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008). Teaching and Learning: International Best Practice. In D. M. McInerney & S. Van Etten (Ed.,) Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 8. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Marsh, H. W., Craven, R., & McInerney, D. M. (2008). Advances in Self Research. Vol. 3. Self-Processes, Learning, and Enabling Human Potential: Dynamic New Approaches. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • McInerney, D. M., Van Etten, S., & Dowson, M. (2007). Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 7. Standards in Education.  Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • McInerney, D. M., Dowson, M., & Van Etten, S. (2006). Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 6. Effective Schools. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Chapters in Books

  • Clement, N., Lovat, T., Holbrook, A., Kiley, M., Bourke, S., Paltridge, B., Starfield, S., Fairbairn, H., & McInerney, D. M. (2015). Exploring doctoral examiner judgements through the lenses of Habermas and epistemic cognition. In J. Huisman & M. Tight, Theory and Method in Higher Education Research (213-233). Bingley UK: Emerald Publishing.
  • King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2015). Culture and Motivation: The road travelled and the way ahead. Edited by Kathryn Wentzel and David Miele, Handbook of Motivation at School (2nd ed.) (.-.). (in press): Routledge.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013). The gifted and talented and effective learning: A focus on the Actiotope model of giftedness in the Asian context. In S. N. Phillipson, H. Stoeger, & A. Ziegler (Eds.), Exceptionality in East Asia: Explorations in the actiotope model of giftedness (pp.255-268). New York: Routledge.
  • McInerney, D. M., & King, R. B. (2013). Harnessing the power of motivational factors for optimizing the educational success of remote indigenous students: A cross-cultural study. In R. G. Craven, & J. Mooney (Eds.), Seeding Success in Indigenous Australian Higher Education (pp. 81-111). UK: Emerald. doi:10.1108/S1479-3644(2013)0000014004 https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/images/icon_text1.gif
  • McInerney, D.M., & King, R.B. (in press). Traveling a thousand miles away: Motivational implications of the cross-cultural transition. In S. Karabenick & T. Urdan (Eds.), Advances in motivation and achievement, vol. 17.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Ali, J. (2013). Indigenous Motivational Profiles: Do They Reflect Collectivism? A cross-cultural analysis of similarities and differences between groups classified as individualist and collectivist cultures. In R. G. Craven, G. H. Bodkin-Andrews, & J. Mooney (Eds.), International Advances in Education: Global initiatives for equity and social justice (pp. 211-232). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, G. A. D. (2012). Culture and schooling: Looking beyond individualism and collectivism. In L. Burton, D. Westen, & R. Kowalski (Eds.), Psychology: Australian and New Zealand Edition (3rd ed.) (pp.788-789). Sydney: John Wiley & Sons.
  • McInerney, D. M., Fasoli, L., Stephenson, P., & Herbert, J. (2012). Building the future for remote Indigenous students in Australia. An examination of future goals, motivation, learning and achievement in cultural context. In J. N. Franco and A. E. Svensgaard (Eds.). Handbook on Psychology of Motivation: New Research. NOVA Press, New York.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2012). School Motivation. In N. Seel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning, New York: Springer. 2012, Part 19, 2966-2972, DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-1428-6_892.
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M. (2012). Including social goals in achievement motivation research: Examples from the Philippines. In Walter Lonner, Dale Dinnel, Sue Hayes, & David Sattler (Eds.), Readings in Psychology and Culture. E-book at the Center for Cross-Cultural Research, Department of Psychology, Western Washington University. USA.Retrieved from http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/orpc/vol5/iss3/4 (http://www.wwu.edu/~culture).
  • McInerney, D. M. (2011). Culture and self-regulation in educational contexts: Assessing the relationship of cultural group to self-regulation. In B. Zimmerman & D. Schunk (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Regulated Learning and Performance. Educational Psychology Handbook Series. New York: Routledge.
  • McInerney, D. M., Cheng, R. W. Y., & Lai, P. Y. (2010). Utilize motivation to fulfill potentials: Tips for teaching and learning (in Chinese). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2010). Indonesian students and their citizenship-related attributes: Motivational perspective of the attainment of civic education desirable outcomes. In K. J. Kennedy, W. O. Lee, & D. L. Grossman (Eds.), Citizenship Education Pedagogies in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 149-174). New York: Springer.
  • McInerney, D.M. (2010). Educational psychology - Theory, research, and teaching. In K. Wheldall (Ed.), Developments in educational psychology (2nd Ed) (14-29). London: Routledge.
  • Nelson, G. F., Green, J., McInerney, D. M., Dowson, M., & Schauble, A.C. (2009). Education in Cross-Cultural Settings: Psychology Underpinnings of Achievement in Papua New Guniea. In A. Gari, & K.Mylonas (Eds.), Quod Erat Demonstrandum: From Herodotus' Ethnographic Journeys to Cross-Cultural Research (397-404). Athens, Greece: Pedio.
  • McInerney, D. M. & Liem, A. D. (2009). Achievement motivation in cross-cultural context: Application of Personal Investment Theory in educational settings. In A. Kaplan., S.A. Karabenick, & E. V. De Groot (Eds.), Culture, Self and Motivation: Essays in honor of Martin L. Maehr. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2009). Educational psychology – Theory, research, and teaching: A 25-year retrospective. 2nd Ed. In K. Wheldall (Ed.), Developments in Educational Psychology. London: Routledge.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2009). Indonesian students and their citizenship-related attributes: Motivational perspective of the attainment of civic education desirable outcomes. In K. J. Kennedy, W. O. Lee, & D. L. Grossman (Eds.), Citizenship Education Pedagogies in Asia and the Pacific.Springer.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. Best International Practice in Teaching and Learning. In D. M. McInerney & S. Van Etten (Eds.), (2008). Teaching and learning: International best practice. Vol. 8 in Research on sociocultural influences on motivation and learning. (pp. 3-21). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • McInerney, D.M., & Liem, A. D. (2008). Motivation theory and engaged learning. In P. A. Towndrow, C. Koh, & H. C. Tan (Eds.), Motivation and Practice for the Classroom. The Netherlands; Sense Publishers.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008). Individualism/collectivism – fact or fiction? In D. Westen, L. Burton & R. Kowalski (Eds.), Psychology: Australian and New Zealand Edition (2nd ed.). Sydney: John Wiley & Sons.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2007) Personal investment, culture, and learning. Insights into the most salient influences on school achievement across cultural groups. In F. Salili & R. Hoosain (Eds.), Culture, Motivation and Learning: A multicultural perspective. Vol 6 in Research in Multicultural Education and International Perspectives. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2007) The motivational roles of cultural differences and cultural identity in self-regulated learning. (Invited) In D. Schunk & B. Zimmerman (Eds.), Motivation and Self-Regulated Learning: Theory, Research, and Applications. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Green, J., Martin, A.J., Marsh, H.W., & McInerney, D. M. (2006). Academic motivation and engagement: Examining relations with key educational outcomes. In R.G. Craven., J. S. Eccles, & T. M. Ha (Eds.), Self-concept, Motivation, Social and Personal Identity for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan (ISBN 1 74108 148 3).
  • Green, J., Martin, A.J., Marsh, H.W., & McInerney, D. M. (2006). Gender and grade effects in the structure of academic motivation and engagement: A higher order confirmatory factor analysis approach. In R.G. Craven., J. S. Eccles, & T. M. Ha (Eds.), Self-concept, Motivation, Social and Personal Identity for the 21st Century. Proceedings of the Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan (ISBN 1 74108 148 3).
  • McInerney, D. M. (2006). Educational psychology – Theory, research, and teaching: A 25-year retrospective. In K. Wheldall (Ed.), Developments in Educational Psychology. How far have we come in 25 years? London: Routledge.
     

Chapters in Books (Self-edited)

  • King, R.B., & McInerney, D.M. (2013). Seeing the forest beyond the trees: A multilevel perspective on school motivation. In D.M. McInerney, H.W. Marsh., R.G. Craven, & F. Guay (Eds.), International advances in self research: Vol.4. Theory driving research: New wave perspectives on self-processes and human development (pp. 287-310). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • McInerney, D. M, Walker, R. A., & Liem, G. A. D. (2011). Sociocultural Theories of Learning and Motivation. Looking back, looking forward. In D. M. McInerney, R. A. Walker, R. A., & G. A. D. Liem. Sociocultural Theories of Learning and Motivation. Looking back, looking forward. In D. M. McInerney (Ed.) Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 10. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Brown, G., McInerney, D. M, & Liem, G. A. D. (2009). Student perspectives of assessment: Considering what assessment means to learners. In D. M. McInerney, G. Brown, & G. A. Liem, G. A. D. (Eds.), Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 9 Student Perspectives on Assessment: What Students Can Tell Us about Assessment for Learning.Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2008). Best International Practice in Teaching and Learning. In D. M. McInerney & S. Van Etten (Eds.), Teaching and learning: International best practice. Vol. 8 in Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Da Silva, D., & McInerney, D. M. (2008). Motivational and self-goals of female students in contemporary Japan. In O. S. Tan, D. M. McInerney, A. D. Liem, & A-G. Tan (Eds.), What the West can learn from the East: Asian perspectives on the psychology of learning and motivation, Research on Multicultural Education and International Perspectives Series (Vol. 7). Charlotte, NC.: Information Age Publishing.
  • McInerney, D.M., Liem, A. D., Ortiga, Y. P. Y., Lee, J. Q., & Manzano, A. S. (2008). Future goals and self-regulated learning among Singaporean Chinese students: The mediating role of utility values of schooling, perceived competence, academic self-concept and academic motivation. In O. S. Tan, D. M.
  • McInerney, A. D. Liem, & A-G. Tan (Eds.), What the West can learn from the East: Asian perspectives on the psychology of learning and motivation, Research on Multicultural Education and International Perspectives Series (Vol. 7). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Tan, O. S., McInerney, D. M., Liem, A. D., & Tan, A. G. (2008). West-East and East-West learning: Some psychological and cultural Insights. In O. S. Tan, D. M. McInerney, A. D. Liem & A.-G. Tan (Eds.), What the West Can Learn from the East: Asian Perspectives on the Psychology of Learning and Motivation. Vol. 7 in Research on Multicultural Education and International Perspectives Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
  • McInerney, D. M., Marsh, H. W., & Craven, R. G. (2008). Self-processes, learning, and enabling human potential. In H. W. Marsh, R. G. Craven, & D. M. McInerney (Eds.), Advances in Self Research. Vol. 3. Self-Processes, Learning, and Enabling Human Potential: Dynamic New Approaches. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 

Referred Journal Publications

  • Martin, A.J., Collie, R.J., Mok, M.M.C., & McInerney, D.M. (2015). Personal best (PB) goal structure, individual PB goals, engagement, and achievement: A study of Chinese- and English-speaking background students in Australian schools. British Journal of Educational Psychology, online, 1-16.
  • Mok, M. M. C., McInerney, D. M., Zhu, J., & Or, A. (2015). Growth trajectories of mathematics achievement: Longitudinal tracking of student academic progress. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 85(2), 154-171.
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., Ganotice, F. A., & Villarosa, J. (2015). Positive affect catalyzes academic engagement: Cross-sectional, longitudinal, and experimental evidence. Learning and Individual Differences, 39, 64-72.
  • Morin, A.J.S., Meyer, J.P., McInerney, D.M., Marsh, H.W., & Ganotice, F. (2015). Profiles of Dual Commitment to the Occupation and Organization: Relations to Wellbeing and Turnover Intentions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32, 717-744.
  • Korpershoek, H., Xu, J., Mok, M. M. C., McInerney, D. M., & Van der Werf. M. P. C. (2015). Testing the multidimensionality of the Inventory of School Motivation in a Dutch student sample. Journal of Applied Measurement, 16(1), 41-59.
  • Yeung, A. S., McInerney, D. M., & Ali, J. (2014). Asian students in Australia: sources of the academic self. Educational Psychology: An international journal of experimental psychology (SSCI journal), 34(5), 598-618.
  • Mok, M. M. C., Zhu, J., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Growth in mathematics cognitive and content domains: A 6-year longitudinal study. Assessment & Learning, 3, 129-159.
  • Nasser, R., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Achievement-oriented beliefs and their relation to academic expectations and school achievement among Qatari students. Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology, DOI:10.1080/01443410.2014.993928.
  • Ali, J., McInerney, D. M., Craven, R. G., Yeung, A. S., & King, R. B. (2014). Socially-oriented motivational goals and academic achievement: Similarities Between Native and Anglo Americans. The Journal of Educational Research. 107(2), 123-137. 
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M. (2014). Culture's consequences on student motivation: Capturing universality and variability through personal investment theory. Educational Psychologist, 49 (3), 175-198.
  • King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Mapping changes in students' English and math self-concepts: A latent growth model study.Educational Psychology, (in press), .-.
  • Allen, K.A., Ryan, T., Gray, D. L., Waters, L. E., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Social media use and social connectedness in adolescents: The positives and the potential pitfalls. The Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 31(1), 18-31.
  • McInerney, D. M., Ganotice, F. A., King, R. B., Morin, A. J. S. & Marsh, H. W. (2014). Teachers’ Commitment and psychological well-being: implications of self-beliefs for teaching in Hong Kong. Educational Psychology, (in press), .-. 
  • Korpershoek, H., Xu, J. K., Mok, M. M. C., & McInerney, D. M. (in press). Testing the multidimensionality of the Inventory of School Motivation in a Dutch student sample. Journal of Applied Measurement.
  • Cheng, R. W-y., McInerney, D. M., & Mok, M. M. C. (2014). Does Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect always exist? Investigation of Goal Orientations as Moderators in the Hong Kong context. Educational Psychology.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01443410.2014.898740  
  • King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2014) The work avoidance goal construct: Examining its structure, antecedents, and consequences. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 39(1), 42-58. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2013.12.002
  • Liem, G. A. D., McInerney, D. M., & Yeung, A. S. (2014). Academic Self-Concepts in Ability Streams: Considering Domain Specificity and Same-Stream Peers. The Journal of Experimental Education. doi: 10.1080/00220973.2013.876227 https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/images/icon_text1.gif
  • Herbert, J., McInerney, D. M., Fasoli, L., Stephenson, P., Ford, L. (in press). Indigenous secondary education in the NT: Building the future. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education.
  • Magson, N. R., Craven, R. G., Nelson, G. F., Yeung, A. S., Bodkin-Andrews, G. H., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Motivation matters: Profiling Indigenous and non-Indigenous students’ motivational goals. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 43, 1-17. Doi 10.1017/jie.2014.19.
  • Peters, B., & Forlin, C., McInerney, D., & Maclean, R. (2013). Social Interaction and Cooperative Activities: Drawing Plans as a Means of Increasing Engagement for Children with ASD. International Journal of Whole Schooling, 9(2), 61-88. 
  • Liem, G. A. D., Marsh, H. W., Martin, A., McInerney, D. M., & Yeung, A. S. (2013). The Big Fish Little Pond Effect and a National Policy of within-school ability streaming: Alternative frames of reference. American Educational Research Journal, 50(2), 326-370.
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Watkins, D. A. (2013). Examining the role of social goals in school: A study in two collectivist cultures. European Journal of Psychology of Education,1-19. doi: 10.1007/s10212-013-0179-0
  • McInerney, D. M., Cheng, R. W-y., Mok, M. M. C., & Lam, A. K. H. (2012). Academic self-concept and learning strategies: Direction of effect on student academic achievement. Journal of Advanced Academics. 23(3), 248-268.
  • Green, J., Liem, G.A.D., Martin, A.J. Colmar, S., Marsh, H.W., & McInerney, D.M. (in press). Academic motivation, self-concept, engagement, and performance in high school: Key processes from a longitudinal perspective. Journal of Adolescence.
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Watkins, D. A. (2012). Studying for the sake of others: The role of social goals on academic engagement. Educational Psychology, 32(6), 749-776.
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Watkins, D. A. (2012). How you think about your intelligence determines how you feel in school: The role of theories of intelligence on academic emotions. Learning and Individual Differences. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2012.04.005
  • King, R.B., Ganotice, F.A., & McInerney, D.M. (2012). Cross-cultural validation of the Sense of Self (SoS) Scale in Chinese and Filipino settings. Child Indicators Research. doi 10.1007/s12187-012-9144-8.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2012). Conceptual and methodological challenges in multiple goal research among remote and very remote Indigenous Australian students. Applied Psychology-an International Review-Psychologie Appliquee-Revue Internationale, 61(4), 634-668.
  • King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Watkins, D. (2012).Competitiveness is not that bad…at least in the East: Testing the hierarchical model of achievement motivation in the Asian setting. International Journal of Intercultural Relation, 36, 446-457.
  • King, R.B., McInerney, D.M., & Watkins, D.A. (2010). Can social goals enrich our understanding of students' motivational goals? Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 10, 1-16.
  • Lee, J. Q., McInerney, D.M., Liem, G. A. D., & Ortiga, Y. Y. (2010). The relationship between future goals and achievement goal orientations: An intrinsic-extrinsic motivation perspective. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 35, 264-279.
  • Brickman, S., McInerney, D. M., & Martin, A. (2009). Examining the valuing of schooling as a motivational indicator of American Indian students: Perspectives based on a model of future oriented motivation and self-regulation. Journal of American Indian Education, 48, 33-54.
  • Martin, A.J., Marsh, H.W., McInerney, D.M., & Green, J. (2009). Young people’s interpersonal relationships and academic and non-academic outcomes: The relative salience of teachers, parents, same-sex peers, and opposite-sex peers. Teachers College Record. Published March 23, 2009 http://www.tcrec.org/Home.asp ID Number: 15593.
  • Van Etten, S., Pressley, M., McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008). College seniors’ theory of their academic motivation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 100, 812-828.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2008). Personal investment, culture and learning: Insights into school achievement across Anglo, Indigenous, Asian and Lebanese students in Australia. International Journal of Psychology, 43, 870-879.
  • McInerney, D. M., Dowson, M., & Yeung, A. S. (2008). Impact of support from significant others on adolescents’ academic performance, self-esteem and interest in academic work. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 25, 48-67.
  • Martin, A.J., Marsh, H.W., McInerney, D.M., Green, J., & Dowson, M. (2007). Getting along with teachers and parents: The yields of good relationships for students’ achievement motivation and self-esteem. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 17, 109-125.
  • Yeung, A. S., Hon, R. Y.H., & McInerney, D. M. (2007). Learning to learn: How 4th and 5th Grade boys and girls differ. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 24, 69-89.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2006). The motivational profiles and perceptions of schooling of Asian students in Australia. Malaysian Journal of Learning and Instruction. 3, 1-31.
  • Dowson, M., McInerney, D. M., & Nelson, G. (2006). An investigation of the effects of school context and sex differences on students’ motivational goal orientations. Educational Psychology, 26, 781-811.
  • Nelson, G. F., O’Mara, A. J., McInerney, D. M., & Dowson, M. (2006). Motivation in cross-cultural settings: A Papua New Guinea Psychometric Study. International Education Journal, 7, 400-409 (http://iej.cjb.net).
  • Suliman, R., & McInerney, D. M (2006). Motivational goals and school achievement: Lebanese-background students in south western Sydney. Australian Journal of Education, 50, 242-264.
  • McInerney, D. M. & Ali, J. (2006) Multidimensional and hierarchical assessment of school motivation: Cross-cultural validation. Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology, 26, 717-734.
  • Sinclair, C., Dowson, M., & McInerney, D. M. (2006). Motivations to teach: Psychometric perspectives across the first semester of teacher education. Teachers College Record, 108, 1132-1154.
     

  Keynote and invited addresses

  • McInerney, D. M. (2011). The way forward. Gifted and talented education. Paper presented at the Giftedness in East-Asia Symposium, Explorations in the Actiotope Model of Giftedness, 1st- 2nd August, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, China.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2011). Classroom applications of contemporary motivation theories. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Conference on Educational Reform Initiatives for Best Practices. QATAR University, March 26th.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). Is it success for all? Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Optimizing talent: Closing educational and social mobility gaps worldwide. Salzburg Global Seminar, October 3rd – October 7th, Salzburg.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). Motivation for engaged learning. Synthesising across theoretical perspectives. Paper presented the first Educator’s Congress “Pushing the Frontiers in Knowledge and Education,” De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, September 30- October 1, 2010.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). The relationship between future goals and achievement goal orientations: An intrinsic-extrinsic motivation perspective. Paper presented at the Quantitative Special Interest Group, Department of Education, Oxford University, 24th May, 2010.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). The role of sociocultural factors in shaping student engagement in Hong Kong: An ethnic minority perspective. Keynote address at the Chair Professor Lecture. The Hong Kong Institute of Education, 2nd March. Tai Po.
  • McInerney, D.M. (2010). The motivational profiles and perceptions of schooling of Asian students in Australia. Presentation made at the Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney, Australia, 22nd March.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2009). Teaching Standards: professional knowledge, professional practice, professional engagement and values: Best Practice. Ministry of Education, Negara Brunei Darussalam, 19th Teachers’ Day Celebration, 9th-11th Nov.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2009). Western oriented research with very remote Indigenous minorities. Can it work? : An analysis of theoretical, methodological and logistical issues related to measuring self-constructs among very remote Indigenous students in Australia. Keynote Address at the Fifth SELF Biennial Conference: Enabling Human Potential: The Centrality of Self and Identity: Al Ain UAE – January 13-15, 2009.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008). Applications of contemporary motivational theory to enhance engagement in learning of students and learners in industry in culturally diverse and technologically rich educational environments. Keynote address at the International Conference on Learning Competency ICLC, Seoul, Korea, January 16-18, 2008.

 

Conference presentations and other publications

  • McInerney, D. M. (2013, November). Engaging students in effective learning: The essential role of motivation. Invited keynote at the First International Conference on Teacher Education – Focusing on Teaching Materials and Methods Course. Paper presented at Ministry of Education and National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan.
  • Liem, G. A. D., McInerney, D. M., & Yeung, A. S. (2013, September). Academic self-concepts of students in ability streams: Do same-stream peers matter?. Paper presented at the joint 7th SELF Biennial International Conference and the ERAS Conference, Singapore.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013, September). The many faces of teacher commitments. Nature and consequences for psychological well-being. Invited keynote at the joint 7th SELF Biennial International Conference and the ERAS Conference, Singapore.
  • Yang, L., Watkins, D., & McInerney, D. M. (2013, September). Enhancing the domain-specific self-concept of low-achieving secondary students in China’s TVET: Why it matters?. Paper presented at the joint 7th SELF Biennial International Conference and the ERAS Conference, Singapore.
  • McInerney, D. M., King, R. B., & Lam, J. (2013, August). Multiple goals and educational outcomes in the Chinese cultural context: A person-centered analysis. Paper presented at the 15th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Munich.
  • McInerney, D. M., King, R.B., & Lam, J. (2013, August). Does student motivation really decline? Re-examining motivational change in the Chinese cultural context. Paper presented at the 15th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Munich.
  • McInerney, D.M., & King, R.B. (2013, July). Exploring the synergies between distal future and proximal achievement goals in academic achievement. Paper presented at the 121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Hawaii.
  • McInerney, D.M., & King, R.B. (2013, July). Teacher commitment and psychological well-being. Paper presented at the 121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Hawaii.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013, April). TALCK provocations. Paper presented at the APA Div. 15 sponsored Provocation on Teacher Beliefs about Educational Activities. Panel 2. The relationship of TALCK beliefs to practice and achievement, Hotel Rex, San Francisco.
  • McInerney, D.M., & King, R.B. (2013, April). Do mastery goals lead to enhanced metacognition and learning strategies or is it the other way around?. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, USA.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013, March). Harnessing the power of social forces for healthy self development and successful engagement in education. Paper presented at the International Academic Forum Third Asian Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences, Osaka, Japan.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013, January). Monitoring and Evaluating Effectiveness of Motivational Strategies. Paper presented at the workshop for CELC-Temasek Foundation-Rajabhat Universities-Thai Ministry of education Collaboration “Development of Curriculum, Methodologies and Materials for English Language Lecturers and Teacher-Trainers of Rajabhat Universities, Thailand.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2013, January). Strategies to motivate learners. Paper presented at the workshop for CELC-Temasek Foundation-Rajabhat Universities-Thai Ministry of education Collaboration “Development of Curriculum, Methodologies and Materials for English Language Lecturers and Teacher-Trainers of Rajabhat Universities, Thailand.
  • McInerney, D.M., & King, R.B. (2012, December). Do teacher competency frameworks reflect best practices from educational psychology research?. Paper presented at the 3rd East Asian International Conference on Teacher Education Research, Shanghai, P.R. China.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2012, September). Designing culturally valid research. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference on Educational Research (ICER): Challenging Education for Future Change, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Nasser, R. (2012, August). Segregated schooling for girls and boys in Qatar: Effects on peer relationships, motivation, and achievement. Paper presented at the 2012 American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, Florida.
  • McInerney, D. M., Marsh, H. W., & Morin, A. (2012, August). Teacher commitment, motivation and attributes: effects on job satisfaction, psychological health, and wellbeing. Paper presented at the 2012 American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, Florida.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2012, April). Parents, teachers and peers: Who has most influence on student motivation and achievement?. Paper presented as part of a symposium at the American Educational Research Association 2012 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  • King, R.B., & McInerney, D.M. (2012, March). What you think about your IQ determines what you feel and how you feel in school. Paper presented at the Oxford University STORIES Faculty of Education conference, Oxford, UK.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2011, August). The way forward. Gifted and talented education. Paper presented at the Giftedness in East-Asia Symposium, Explorations in the Actiotope Model of Giftedness, HKIEd, Hong Kong, China.
  • Cheng, R. W-y., McInerney, D. M., Mok, M. M. C., & Lam, A. K. H. (2011). Does the Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect always exist? Investigating of moderators in the Hong Kong context. Paper presented at the Sixth Self Biennial International Conference, June 19-22, 2011, Quebec City, Canada. : UGC/GRF Grant
  • King, R. B., Ganotice, F. A., McInerney, D. M., & Watkins, D. A. (2011). Exploring the cross-cultural validity of the Sense of Self (SoS) scale in Hong Kong and the Philippines. Paper presented at the Sixth Self Biennial International Conference, June 19-22, 2011, Quebec City, Canada.
  • McInerney, D. M., Mok, M. M. C, Cheng, R, W., & Lam, A. K. H. (2011). Academic self-concept and learning strategies: Direction of effect on student academic achievement. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2011 Annual Meeting, 8-12 April. : UGC/GRF Grant.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2011, March). Classroom applications of contemporary motivation theories. Paper presented at the 1st Annual Conference on Educational Reform Initiatives for Best Practices, QATAR University, Qatar.
  • McInerney, D M. (2010, September). Motivation for engaged learning. Synthesising across theoretical perspectives. Paper presented the first Educator’s Congress “Pushing the Frontiers in Knowledge and Education”, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Lam, A. K. H. (2011). A longitudinal study of student motivation in high school. Does it really decline? Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2011 Annual Meeting, 8-12 April.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). Building the future for remote indigenous students in Australia: An examination of future goals, motivation, learning and achievement in cultural contexts. Paper presented at the International Conference on Education Research (ICER) 2010, Khon Kaen, Thailand, September 10-September 11, 2010.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). Building the future for remote indigenous students in Australia: An examination of future goals, motivation, learning and achievement in cultural contexts. Paper presented at an Invited Key Forum at the GARMA Festival, Gulkula, Northern Territory, Australia, 6th – 10th August, 2010.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010). Conceptual and methodological challenges in achievement motivation and self-construct research among very remote indigenous Australian students. Paper presented at the 7th Conference of the International Test Commission. Challenges and Opportunities in Testing Assessment in a Globalized Economy. July 19-21, Hong Kong.
  • McInerney, D. M., Yeung, S. Y. & Liem, G. A. D. (2010). Facilitating conditions of learning: Stability and relationships of personal constructs and significant others in and out of school. Paper presented at the 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, 11-16 June, Melbourne, Australia.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010, May). The relationship between future goals and achievement goal orientations: An intrinsic-extrinsic motivation perspective. Paper presented at the Quantitative Special Interest Group, Department of Education, Oxford University, Oxford, UK.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2010, March). The role of sociocultural factors in shaping student engagement in Hong Kong: An ethnic minority perspective. Keynote speech presented at Chair Professor Lecture Series, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.
  • McInerney, D.M. (2010, March). The motivational profiles and perceptions of schooling of Asian students in Australia. Paper presented at the Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney, Austrialia.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2009, November). Teaching Standards: professional knowledge, professional practice, professional engagement and values: Best Practice. Keynote speech presented at 19th Teachers’ Day Celebration, Ministry of Education, Negara Brunei Darussalam,Mala.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2009, January). Western oriented research with very remote indigenous minorities. Can it work? An analysis of theoretical, methodological and logistical issues related to measuring self-constructs among very remote indigenous students in Australia. Paper presented at the 5th SELF Biennial Conference, "Enabling Human Potential: The Centrality of Self and Identity", Al Ain, UAE.
  • Liem, G. A. D, Marsh, H. W., Martin, A. J., McInerney, D. M. & Yeung, A. S. (2010). Islands in the stream and streams in the island: Ability streaming and the Big-Fish-Little-Pond Effect in Singapore. Paper presented at the 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology, 11-16 June, Melbourne, Australia.
  • McInerney, D. M., Lee, J. Q, Liem, G. A. D. & Ortiga, Y. (2009, August). Future goals and achievement goals: Expanding the horizons of goal theory. Paper presented at the EARLI 13th Biennial Conference Fostering communities of learners, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2008, March). Socioculturally-rooted antecedents of achievement goal orientations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, USA.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2008, March). The journey is important, but it is the destination that motivates me to study: The relationship of future goals to values, self-concept, and achievement goals. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, USA.
  • Martin, A.J. Green, J., McInerney, D.M., Marsh, H.W., & Colmar, S. (2008, March). The impact of motivation, engagement, and self-concept on academic ‘process’ and ‘product’ outcomes: Key findings from the Australian Real Educational ACHievement (REACH) Project. Paper presented at Invited Presidential Symposium on Innovation in Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting, New York, USA.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008, March). The relationship between valued future goals ,achievement goals, instrumental value of school, perceived competence, learning strategies, self-regulation and school achievement for Chinese Singaporean students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, USA.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2008, July). Mapping values and achievement goals using smallest space analysis. Paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008, July). Cultural perspective on school motivation: The relevance and application of goal theory within individualist and collectivist societies. Paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008, July). How do future goals affect students’ motivation and learning? A qualitative study with Singaporean students. Paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany.
  • Lee, J. Q., McInerney, D. M., Liem, A. D., Ortiga, Y. Y., & Manzano, A. A. (2008, July). What do you tell you students what school is for and how does it affect his motivation?: A study in the Singaporean context. Paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany.
  • Ortiga, Y. Y., McInerney, D. M., Liem, A. D., Manzano, A. A., & Lee, J. Q. (2008, July). Future goals and the utility value of schooling for students in Singapore’s lower streams. Paper presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008, July). Are there cultural differences in achievement motivation between the collectivists and the individualists? Etic and emic analyses of motivational goals. Paper presented at the XIX international congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Bremen, Germany.
  • Liem, A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2008, July). How do Indonesian students learn in their Civic Education class? The relationships of motivational beliefs, perceived competence, self-regulation and academic performance. Paper presented at the XIX international congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Bremen, Germany.
  • McInerney, D. M., & Liem, A. D. (2008, July). Gender and developmental analyses of value priorities: Evidence from two Southeast Asian countries. Paper presented at the XIX international congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Bremen, Germany.
  • Marsh, H.W., Martin, A.J., Melmberg, L-E., O’Mara, A., McInerney, D.M., Levacic, R., & Green, J. (2007). Synergy between quantitative methods and substantive research. Symposium at the Annual British Educational Research Association Conference, London, Great Britain.
  • Martin, A.J. Marsh, H.W., McInerney, D.M., & Green, J. (2007). The role of teacher-student relationships in high school students’ motivation and engagement at school: A construct validity approach. Paper presented at the Annual British Educational Research Association Conference, London, Great Britain.
  • Martin, A.J. Marsh, H.W., McInerney, D.M., & Green, J. (2007). Methodological extensions to the study of teacher-student relationships and high school students’ academic outcomes. Paper presented at Department of Education Quantitative Methods Special Interest Group, University of Oxford, Great Britain.
  • Martin, A.J. Marsh, H.W., McInerney, D.M., & Green, J. (2007, peer reviewed). The role of teacher-student relationships in high school students’ motivation and engagement at school: A construct validity approach. Paper presented at the Annual British Educational Research Association Conference, London, Great Britain
  • Brickman, S. J., Miller, R. B., McInerney, D. M. & Dowson, M. (2006). Values, interests and perceptions of instrumentality in a school context. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2006, July). Personal investment, culture and learning: Insights into the most salient influences on school achievement cross cultural groups. Paper presented at the 26th International Congress of Psychology, Athens, Greece.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2006, July). Motivational beliefs about personal and other academic success: Are there cultural difference? Paper presented at the 4th Biennial SELF Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • McInerney, D. M. (2006, July). Predictors of intention to go on to University: Are these the same across cultures? Paper presented at the 4th Biennial SELF Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Ali, J., McInerney, D. M. & Craven, R. (2006). Paper presented at the 4th Biennial SELF Conference, 23rd -27th July, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Da Silva, D. & McInerney, D. M. (2006). Paper presented at the 4th Biennial SELF Conference, 23rd -27th July, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Nelson, G Paper presented at the 4th Biennial SELF Conference, 23rd -27th July, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Barker, K. L., Dowson, M., & McInerney, D. M. (2006, July). Unifying the literature on students’ academic motivation: A multidimensional and hierarchical representation of students’ goals and academic self-concept. Paper presented at the 4th Biennial SELF Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Nelson, G. F., Green, J., McInerney, D. M., Dowson, M., & Schauble, A. C. (2006). Education in Cross-Cultural Settings: Psychological Underpinnings of Achievement in Papua New Guinea. Paper presented at 18th International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Spetses, Greece.
  • Green, J., Nelson, G. F., McInerney, D. M., & Dowson, M. (2006). Education and Learning in Papua New Guinea: A Psychometric Investigation. Paper presented at 18th International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Spetses, Greece.
  • Nelson, G. F., McInerney, D. M., Craven, R., & Dowson, M. (2006). Psychological Influences of Student Achievement in Developing Countries: A Psychometric Study of Future Goals. Paper Presented at 4th International Biennial SELF Research Conference, Michigan, USA.
  • Nelson, G. F., McInerney, D. M., Craven, R., Dowson, M., & Schauble, A. C. (2006). Finding Hope in Hopelessness: Future Goals and Aspirations of Papua New Guinean Students. Paper Presented at 4th International Biennial SELF Research Conference, Michigan, USA.

Dr. Benjamin WAT Wai Ho

Honorary Associate Professor


waihowat@gmail.com

Dr. Benjamin WAT Wai Ho
Honorary Associate Professor
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waihowat@gmail.com

Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy in School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary (1994)
M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy in School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary (1989)
M.Div. in Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary (1983)

 

Professional Membership

  • Licensed California Marriage and Family Therapist: MF 30985 (1993 - )
  • Clinical member of the America Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (1992 - )
  • Approved Supervisor of the America Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (1996 - )
  • Approved Supervisor of the Hong Kong Professional Counseling Association (2004 - )
  • Fellow of the Hong Kong Professional Counseling Association (2014- )
  • Diplomate of the College of Pastoral Supervision and Psychotherapy (2007- )

 

Academic Awards

  • 1993-1994 Minority Fellowship of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Who‘s Who among Students in American Universities & Colleges, 1994
  • Faculty Award (for the student with the most outstanding academic and clinical performance of that year) of the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1991
  • Jaff Balswick Memorial Awards (for the student with the most outstanding cross-cultural integration of that year) of the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1990
  • Jaff Balswick Memorial Awards (for the student with the most outstanding cross-cultural integration of that year) of the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1989
  • Kwok Shun Wong Memorial Awards (for the student with the most outstanding academic and ministerial performance of that year) of the Hong Kong Baptist theological Seminary, 1983

 

Working Experiences

  • Director, senior trainer & therapist of the Love Song Family Counseling & Training Association. (2000 - )
  • Executive director of the Hong Kong Baptist Hospital (1995 - )
  • Program director of the Master of Christian Marriage and Family Therapy program of the Bethel Bible Seminary (2001 - )
  • Adjunct professor in the Department of Applied Social Science, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2003 - 2013)
  • Clinical supervisor of the Praying Hearts Counselor Center (2004 - 2007)
  • Program consultant, Counseling Center of the Hong Kong Chinese Family for Christ (2004 - 2010)
  • Academic registrar, Master of Pastoral Counseling degree program director, and assistant professor in practical theology in Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary (1994 - 2000)

 

Publications

  • 屈偉豪.「網絡沉溺-家長救兒手冊 3rd ed」,皇冠出版社、2015。
  • 屈偉豪.「家庭成長歷程 2nd ed」,飛躍網絡出版社,2006。
  • 屈偉豪.「同性戀者的教牧關顧」.山道期刊,卷二、第二期,1999.
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「可愛到白頭 CD」,卓越使團,2004。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「還是有點距離好 CD」,卓越使團,2004。
  • 屈偉豪.「萬事聖意 CD」,卓越使團,2004。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「婚姻質素對夫婦影響及兒童成長 CD」,卓越使團,2004。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「處理夫婦衝突及同心管教子女 CD」,卓越使團,2004。
  • 屈偉豪.「親親密密,尶尶尬尬 CD」,卓越使團,2003。
  • 屈偉豪.「相伴過幽谷—危機輔導原則與技巧 CD」,卓越使團,2002。
  • 屈偉豪.「鰜鰈情不再—嚴重矛盾與離婚的處理 CD」,卓越使團,2002。
  • 屈偉豪.「希望在人間—自殺徵兆與防治 CD」,卓越使團,2002。
  • 屈偉豪.「生死有誰知—重病喪亡的處理 CD」,卓越使團,2002。
  • 屈偉豪.「忙碌失婦的親密 CD」,卓越使團,2001。
  • 屈偉豪.「後現代與教牧輔導」.教牧分享,2000。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「戀愛迷宮 CD」,卓越使團,2000。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「教青少年妙法 CD」,卓越使團,2000。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「親親密密,尷尷尬尬 CD」,卓越使團,2000。
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「如何與子女談性 CD」,卓越使團,2000。
  • 屈偉豪等.「再做新男人 CD」,突破出版社,2000。
  • 屈偉豪,「情牽兩代心 CD」,卓越出版社,1999。
  • 屈偉豪,「教兒妙法 CD」,卓越出版社,1995。
  • 屈偉豪.「廿一世紀的教牧輔導」.浸神通訊,9/1999.
  • 屈偉豪.「書評--記憶治療--心靈治療的禱告」.山道期刊,卷二、第一期,1999, p.164-166.
  • 屈偉豪、屈黎懿堅.「鞏固婚姻關係」.播道月報,6/1999.
  • 屈偉豪.「離婚的立場」.浸聯會刊,10/1998.
  • 屈偉豪.「離婚的立場與持守」.教牧分享,3/1998.
  • 屈偉豪.「預防婚外情的方法」.浸聯會刊,9/1997.
  • 屈偉豪.「此情不渝--慎防婚外試探」.今日華人教會,11/1996.

Teaching Staff (Part-time)

Name Title Phone Email
Mr. BONG Ngan Wing, Adam Guest Lecturer anwbong@eduhk.hk
Ms. CHEUNG Lai Wan, Olivia Guest Lecturer olivia@eduhk.hk
Ms. CHIANG Tin Wai Guest Lecturer tinwaichiang@gmail.com
Dr. CHIN Fung, Forward Guest Lecturer chinfung@eduhk.hk
Dr. CHUNG Chi Yuen, Stanley Guest Lecturer chungcy@eduhk.hk
Ms. FUNG Wing Yee, Agnes Guest Lecturer
Ms. HO Yuk Kit, Kitty Guest Lecturer
Mr. LAU Kai Cheung, Richard Guest Lecturer rkclau@eduhk.hk
Ms. LAU Ngar Sze, Elsa Guest Lecturer enslau@eduhk.hk
Ms. LAW Kwai Ling Guest Lecturer
Dr. LEE Man Wai Barry Guest Lecturer bmwlee@eduhk.hk
Mr. LEE Park Lin Guest Lecturer plee@friends.eduhk.hk
Ms. LEUNG Ying Ying, Katherine Guest Lecturer kleung@eduhk.hk
Mr. LI King Chuen Guest Lecturer kchuenli@eduhk.hk
Ms. Ng Ka Wai Guest Lecturer kawaing@eduhk.hk
Dr. Sam Ka Lam, Sam Guest Lecturer (852) 2948 7284 samsam@eduhk.hk
Ms. Tsang Chi Hung, Christina Guest Lecturer
Ms. TSANG Ngan Sim, Phyby Guest Lecturer nstsang@eduhk.hk
Mr. TSUI Wan Sang, Daniel Guest Lecturer dwstsui@eduhk.hk
Ms. WONG Mui Fong, Rosemary Guest Lecturer rmfwong@eduhk.hk
Ms. WONG Po Yee, Hailey Guest Lecturer poyee@eduhk.hk
Ms. Wong Shui Tai, Sandra Guest Lecturer
Mr. WU Sze Yeung, Philip Guest Lecturer psywu@eduhk.hk
Mr. YUEN Man Cheong Guest Lecturer mcyuen@eduhk.hk

Administrative and Research Staff

Name Title Phone Email
Dr. BHOWMIK Miron Kumar Post-doctoral Fellow (852) 2948 8539 mbhowmik@eduhk.hk
Ms. CHAN Po Wan Winnie Clerical Officer II (852) 2948 7793 wpwchan@eduhk.hk
Ms. CHAN Sze Wai Winnie Executive Assistant (852) 2948 8949 szewai@eduhk.hk
Ms. CHEUNG Wan Ha Josephine Executive Officer II (852) 2948 7791 josephin@eduhk.hk
Dr. CHU Chun Kau Patrick Post-doctoral Fellow (852) 2948 7634 chunkau@eduhk.hk
Mr. KAM Chun Kin Thomas Project Officer [MA(EC)] (852) 2948 7683 kchunkin@eduhk.hk
Mr. LAI Long Hin Oscar Research Assistant (852) 2948 8685 olhlai@eduhk.hk
Mr. LAM Ho Suen Joffee Assistant Project Manager (852) 2948 8623 jhslam@eduhk.hk
Dr. LAU Kwok Wai Way Post-doctoral Fellow (852) 2948 8567 waylau@eduhk.hk
Dr. LIU Sisi Post-doctoral Fellow (852) 2948 8509 sisiliu@eduhk.hk
Mr. MOK Peter Ka Lok Senior Research Assistant (852) 2948 8816 klmok@eduhk.hk
Ms. SUEN Yee Ting Cindy Executive Assistant (852) 2948 8676 ytsuen@eduhk.hk
Ms. TAM Lai Kuen Ivy Project Manager (852) 2948 8671 ilktam@eduhk.hk
Ms. TSANG Wai Wan Vivian Project Assistant [MSc(ESLPLD)] (852) 2948 8674 wwtsang@eduhk.hk
Dr. YEUNG Chi Keung Project Manager (852) 2948 8687 yeungck@eduhk.hk

Administrative Staff (BAT programme)

Name Title Phone Email
Ms. CHAN Grace Project Officer (852) 2948 8710 gchan@eduhk.hk
Ms. KO Sheung Wai Sally Project Officer (852) 2948 8820 sallyko@eduhk.hk
Ms. LAM Pui Kwan Karen Assistant Project Manager (852) 2948 8893 kpklam@eduhk.hk
Ms. TSE Ka Yan Grace Project Officer (852) 2948 7303 tseky@eduhk.hk
Ms. TSE Yan Sin Executive Assistant (852) 2948 8691 tsewm@eduhk.hk
Mr. WONG Kei Pan Ben Project Officer (852) 2948 7538 keipan@eduhk.hk
Mr. WU Liang Chuck Project Assistant (852) 2948 8938 lwu@eduhk.hk