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白達仁博士

副教授

2948 8827
dabryant@eduhk.hk

白達仁博士
副教授
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2948 8827
D2-1/F-34
dabryant@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=121250

Dr. Darren Bryant has worked in the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change (APCLC) since 2010 and the Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) since 2012. During this period, he served as Managing Editor of the Journal of Educational Administration--the oldest journal in its field, and Programme Coordinator of the IELC. Currently, he is Associate Director of the APCLC, and Head of EPL.

In 2011, he completed his PhD at The University of Hong Kong following 12 years as a history and social sciences teacher in a through-train international school. Eight years of them were in leadership positions including department head and schoolwide curriculum coordinator. So he is particularly interested in middle leadership in schools and how schools develop leaders. 

 

Research Interests

Educational reform

Leadership preparation

Middle leadership

Leadership in international schools.

副系主任

陳湛明博士

首席講師

2948 7607
tmchan@eduhk.hk

陳湛明博士
首席講師
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2948 7607
D2-1/F-39
tmchan@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=9498

陳湛明博士於1994年由教育署轉職至教大。早年分別在葛量洪及柏立基教育學院取得教師資格及特殊教育教師證書,任教於中、小學達十年,並曾任職前教育署特殊教育組督學,協助處理有特殊需要的學生,期間赴笈英倫獲取教育榮譽學士,再在香港大學取得社會科學犯罪學碩士,主修青少年犯罪,並於英國布里司托大學 (Bristol University) 修畢教育博士課程。 陳博士擔任與訓育、課外活動及學校行政工作有關的職前及在職教師培訓工作已超過二十五年。近年亦積極參與本地、內地以致海外校長及學校中層老師的培訓。並曾兼任香港教育學院持續教育學部之毅進課程訓育顧問及擔任與教育局合辦的訓育及輔導教師證書課程導師。

陳博士工餘亦積極參與多項社會服務及義務工作,包括在香港輔助警察任職超過三十二年,現時職級為輔警總警司。亦於香港聖約翰救傷會擔任急救學講師、去顫法導師、認證管理委員會主席,香港青年獎勵計劃野外鍛鍊科金章級審核員,亦同時持有多項海上活動的教練資格,包括香港帆船運動總會高級教練、重型帆船教練、日間航行教練及賽艇教練、香港龍舟協會教練及二級裁判、國際龍舟聯合會一級國際裁判、香港獨木舟總會一級教練等。

李泰開博士

助理教授(教學)

2948 8377
tthlee@eduhk.hk

李泰開博士
助理教授(教學)
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2948 8377
D2-1/F-42
tthlee@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=105967

Theodore is used to be a secondary school teacher for 10 years before leaving for New Zealand to complete his higher degree in education.  He obtained a Master of Educational Leadership (First Honours) and his PhD from the University of Waikato, New Zealand.   

 

Research Interests

Teacher development and leadership

Inquiry learning

Assessment for learning.

陸佳芳博士

副教授

2948 6274
lujf@eduhk.hk

陸佳芳博士
副教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Lu_Jiafang.jpg
2948 6274
D2-1/F-38
lujf@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=110514

LU Jiafang earned her PhD in Applied Psychology from Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is Associate Professor at the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership (EPL) and Associate Director (Change Research and Development Programmes) for the Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Center for Leadership and Change (APCLC), The Education University of Hong Kong. She is fascinated with studying emerging phenomena in school leadership teams, leadership development, as well as factors enabling teacher collaboration and innovation. Her research projects have been funded by highly competitive grant schemes such as Early Career Scheme and General Research Fund of the Research Grant Council of Hong Kong. She shares her interest with similar enthusiasm for translating knowledge in these areas into leadership development and school improvement.
 

Research Interests

School leadership teams

Teacher innovation

Teacher collaboration

Simulation-based training

Work-life role interaction

講座教授

賀潔婷教授

講座教授

2948 7481
chalse@eduhk.hk

賀潔婷教授
講座教授
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2948 7481
D2-2/F-14
chalse@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=84966

Christine Halse is Chair Professor of Intercultural Education in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong, where she is also Associate Dean (Research and Postgraduate Studies) in the Faculty of Education and Human Development. Her research focuses on the sociology of intercultural relations in the lives of young people, teachers and schools, and the implications for education policy, curriculum and practice. This work examines the experiences of ethnic minorities, how social and racial relations work in schools, and effective strategies for intercultural learning and internationalising schools.  She has also published extensively on doctoral education, doctoral supervision and research ethics.

She has written more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, including five books, that have been translated into Portuguese, Japanese and French; delivered more than 50 keynote and invited addresses; and received multiple university and national awards for her teaching and research mentoring, including from the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (Australia) for Leadership in Student Learning in Doctoral Education.

Professor Halse is a former President of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (2013/14), and of the Australian Association for Research in Education (2011/12). She was a member of the Education Panel for the Hong Kong Research Assessment Exercise (2014), and serves as an Expert on the European Commission’s Research Ethics Panel.

 

Research Interests

The sociology of intercultural relations

Ethnic minorities, international students, and exclusion in schools

International and multicultural education

Students’ and teachers’ intercultural learning

鄧怡勳教授

教授(實踐)

2948 7590
stang@eduhk.hk

鄧怡勳教授
教授(實踐)
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2948 7590
D2-1/F-50
stang@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=9412

鄧怡勳教授畢業於香港大學,獲頒榮譽社會科學學士及教育碩士學位,並以優異成績取得學位教師教育證書。及後,她獲英國威爾斯大學(卡迪夫分校)頒授博士學位。

鄧教授在從事教師教育工作前,曾任職中學老師。她早於羅富國教育學院時期,已開始其教師教育工作,一直手執教鞭,在香港教育大學服務多年至今。鄧教授擁有廣泛而豐富的專上學院教學經驗,曾任教學士、深造文憑、教育碩士和教育博士課程,以及專為中小學校長及教師而設的專業進修課程,主要教學領域包括:教師教育與發展、教師專業及質性教育研究法。作為教育及人類發展學院副院長(學與教),鄧教授帶領學院推行Leaders of Learning 計劃,致力推動教學人員的能力提升,増強跨部門夥伴協作,進行了多個以學習為本的重要項目,包括:電子學習、體驗學習、學生關顧及總整專案經驗等。

鄧教授的研究範疇涵蓋教師教育與發展,包括:職前教師教育、準教師的學習與專業能力、教師持續專業發展及教學啟導。她先後發表多篇國際性的學術論文,以及有關教師教育的書籍篇章,現為教師教育國際性期刊《European Journal of Teacher Education》及《Teaching and Teacher Education》編輯委員會成員。

鄧教授亦積極參與香港教師專業服務,曾任校長專業發展委員會委員轄下的教師專業能力理念架構特別會議小組成員(2014-2016),以及香港教師中心諮詢管理委員會委員(2016-2020)。

榮休教授 (教育)

鄭燕祥教授

榮休教授及顧問 (學術發展)

2948 7723
yccheng@eduhk.hk

鄭燕祥教授
榮休教授及顧問 (學術發展)
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2948 7723
D4-1/F-34
yccheng@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=9683

CHENG Yin Cheong is Emeritus Professor and Advisor (Academic Development), EPL of the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He was Research Chair Professor of Leadership and Change (2014-2016), Vice President (Research and Development) of HKIEd (2008-2014), the immediate Past President of World Education Research Association (WERA) (2014-2016) and the President of Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA) (2004-2008). Currently he is the chairman of Advisory Board of the Tin Ka Ping Foundation.  Previously he had served as a full member of the University Grants Committee, a panel member of Research Grants Council, and a member of the Quality Education Fund Steering Committee of the Hong Kong SAR Government. 

Prof. Cheng holds a doctorate from Harvard University. He has had extensive experiences in both education and research. His research is mainly on education effectiveness, paradigm shift, leadership, management reform, higher education, and teacher education. Prof. Cheng has published 20 academic books and over 250 book chapters, journal articles and other publications. Some of his publications have been translated into Chinese, Hebrew, Korean, Spanish, Czech, Thai and Persian languages. He is at present serving on the advisory boards of 17 international journals. He is also the associate editor of the International Journal of Educational Management (UK) since 2006. Prof. Cheng’s research has won him a number of international awards and recognition including the Awards for Excellence from the Literati Network in UK. In 2008, he was awarded as the Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association in recognition of his excellent contribution to educational research in the Region. He has served as panel member, external examiner or reviewer for local and international universities and research institutions. He has been invited to provide consultancy services to national and international projects in Brunei Darussalam, Saudi Arabia, Gatar, India, Pakistan, Korea, Mainland China, Netherlands, Macao, and Thailand. In these years, Prof. Cheng has been invited to give over 110 keynote/plenary presentations by national and international organizations.

He has been very interested in watercolour painting since the end of 1960s and had invited personal exhibitions in 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2014. He was invited by the Hong Kong Museum of Art to conduct art seminars.

For the details, please see http://home.ied.edu.hk/~yccheng/ 

 

Research Interests

Education reform

Paradigm shift in education

Internationalization of higher education

Leadership

Teacher education and development

School autonomy

21st century learning 

學術與教學人員

Dr. BHOWMIK, Miron Kumar

助理教授

2948 8539
mbhowmik@eduhk.hk

Dr. BHOWMIK, Miron Kumar
助理教授
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2948 8539
D1-1/F-07A
mbhowmik@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=134583

Dr Miron Bhowmik is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), and was previously the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Specialist at the Faculty of Education and Human Development and a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Department of Special Education and Counselling. Prior to joining EdUHK, he was a Programme Officer at the UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in Bangkok, Thailand. He has also worked for the British Council and several universities in Bangladesh. He is particularly interested in the educational policies and practices as they relate to diversity, equity and inclusion. 

 

Research Interests

Diversity, equity and inclusion in education

‘Out of school’/dropout/school failure issues

Ethnic minority education

Inclusive leadership

Critical discourse

ICT in education

Acculturative stress and coping behaviour

陳君君博士

助理教授

2948 7637
jjchen@eduhk.hk

陳君君博士
助理教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Chen_Junjun.jpg
2948 7637
D3-1/F-19
jjchen@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=147035

Joining the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at the EdUHK seems very much like a joyful home-coming after having been away for so long for Dr. Chen. Having taught at middle school and university level in Mainland China, Dr. Chen left to study for a master’s degree in Education at the University of Groningen and then for her PhD at the University of Auckland. During her recent time as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Waikato in New Zealand, where the numbers of researchers in education are small and therefore people are strongly tempted to diversify, she is amazed at what she has got herself into. Adding a range of qualitative techniques such as interviews, classroom observations, focus group discussions to her quantitative base skills such as Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Structural Equation Modelling, she has found herself happily struggling to understand Kiwi children’s interesting versions of the English language. Subject-wise, she has been drawn from her work in educational beliefs and teacher effectiveness into other fields, such as effective teaching, assessment, teacher emotions, and emotional leadership. She is willing to apply some of these skills and enlarge her research interest to advance the work of the EdUHK cooperating with colleagues in the coming years. This opportunity to work at EdUHK makes her feel very privileged indeed.

 

Research Interests

Educational Beliefs on teaching

Learning and assessment

Teacher effectiveness and development

Teacher emotions

Structural Equation Modelling

崔太僖博士

副教授

2948 8763
choith@eduhk.hk

崔太僖博士
副教授
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2948 8763
D3-1/F-21
choith@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=161028

Dr. CHOI Tae Hee is an Associate Professor at the Department of Policy and Leadership and a Research Fellow of the Institute's Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change at The Education University of Hong Kong, and a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. She was also the President of the Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (2016-2018). She received her MA degree in Second Language Studies at University of Hawaii at Manoa, US, and her doctoral degree in Education from King’s College London, UK.

Her current research focuses on the process and impact of educational policies/reforms in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly concerning English language education/language-in-education and those reflecting neo-liberalism. She is currently teaching on BEd, MA and MTeach programmes, and supervising EdD/PhD students. Prospective EdD/PhD students who share research interests are welcome to contact her. Her scholarship and expertise in the field is recognised through international awards (e.g., Young Scholar Best Paper Awards, The Asia Pacific Educational Research Association) and advisory-seeking (e.g., Asia Productivity Organisation of The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific; Cambridge Univeristy Press).

Previously she was a visiting lecturer at King’s College London, UK (2010 – July 2013) and taught BA and MA students; and a teacher educator and policy advisor (2005-2009) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher (1995-2009) in South Korea. She published about thirty EFL learning and teaching resources with Korean and international publishers.

 

Research Interests

Analysis of Policies and Reforms

Implementation of policies and reforms

Evaluation of reforms

Teacher development in reform context

English language education or language-in-education

莊耀洸先生

高級講師I

2948 7901
chongyk@eduhk.hk

莊耀洸先生
高級講師I
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2948 7901
D2-1/F-46
chongyk@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=87237

Mr Chong joined The Education University of Hong Kong in 2007.

He received his Bachelor’s degree at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in Government and Public Administration. He earned his Master of Law degree at the University of Hong Kong. 

After admitting as a solicitor in 2000, Mr Chong handled various significant human rights cases. They included defamation - Albert Cheng v Paul Tse; right of assembly- HKSAR v Leung Kwok Hung; and family violence -the Tin Shui Wai tragedy of 2004.

From 2002, Mr. Chong began conducting seminars on education law.

At EdUHK, he teaches “Education and Law” and “Rule of Law and HK Legal System”. He is also active in the promotion of the right to legal education.

In recognition of his outstanding voluntary legal service to the public and educational sector, Mr Chong was bestowed with numerous awards including the Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award, Distinguished Community Service Award, and Bauhinia the Leadership Volunteer Award.

 

Research Interests

Education law

Human rights

Human rights education

Rule of law

Rule of law education

何振聲博士

講師I

2948 8931
hocs@eduhk.hk

何振聲博士
講師I
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2948 8931
D2-1/F-22
hocs@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=71329

Maxwell commenced his teaching career in secondary business education after receiving his Bachelor of Education (Business Studies) degree at The Education University of Hong Kong (First class honours) in 2008. He further equipped himself by obtaining Master of Art at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Dr Ho held a position of head of technology education (KLA) and administration group, as a middle manager. Because of serving in a new school, he developed practical experience in academic affairs, students’ affairs and administration affairs. In 2016, he was awarded the Teacher award for business and financial education by the HKABE, HKEdCity, EDB and IEC in recognition of his school-based finance and entrepreneurial curriculum.


Research interests

Middle leadership

Teacher professional development

Entrepreneurial behaviour

Business and personal financial education

Entrepreneurship education

許漢榮先生

講師I

2948 8533
hwhui@eduhk.hk

許漢榮先生
講師I
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2948 8533
D2-1/F-24
hwhui@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=13735

Mr. Hui Hon Wing is a lecturer at the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership. He is an experienced secondary school teacher and school administrator. He had been a subject panel head of Chinese Language and Liberal Studies, Prefect of Studies and Assistant Principal in secondary schools. He was seconded to the Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau to assist the curriculum development of Liberal Studies in AY 2010-2011. Before joining the University, he has extensive working experiences in mass media, art administration and non-governmental organisations.

Personal webpage

Research Interests

Education Policy

School Management and Leadership

Education and Politics

IT in Education

Vocational Education

Subject Teaching on Chinese Language and Liberal Studies

張成泰博士

助理教授

2948 8185
stjang@eduhk.hk

張成泰博士
助理教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/sungtae.jpg
2948 8185
D2-1/F-41
stjang@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=227515

Dr. Sung Tae Jang is Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong. His research suggests critical implications for policies and leadership for social justice, school finance, and school culture to create more just schools. As a critical quantitative researcher and social justice scholar, Dr. Jang’s research makes excluded groups in education policy more visible and answers the critical question of whose voices are still unheard. His work is published in American Education Research Journal, American Journal of Education, Educational Policy, and Education Policy Analysis Archives. His teaching focuses on preparing my students to be effective leaders, educators, and scholars who can contribute to the realisation of educational equity and social justice.

 

Prior to completing his PhD in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at the University of Minnesota, Dr. Jang served for seven years as an elementary school teacher in South Korea. Dr. Jang was nationally selected as one of the Graduate Fellow and Policy Associates sponsored by the University Council for Educational Administration in the United States. He was also the 2018 AERA Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans SIG Outstanding Dissertation Award winner.

 

Research interests:

Intersectionality

Educational equity

Social justice leadership

School finance

Educational outcomes and experiences in low-income ethnically and linguistically diverse communities

姜培芝博士

助理教授

2948 8204
cpckeung@eduhk.hk

姜培芝博士
助理教授
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2948 8204
D1-1/F-12
cpckeung@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=123558

Dr. Chrysa Keung has worked in various school development projects which across different educational settings. She received her PhD in Education, Administration and Policy from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has been a Graduate Teacher in secondary school, Teaching Associate in HKUST and Postdoctoral Fellow in CUHK. Dr. Keung has her expertise in educational inequality, parental involvement and teacher development. In recent years, she engages in the early childhood studies, with a focus on the areas of leadership practices, play-based learning and positive education. Her research has spanned the fields of education, social psychology and sociology of education, with an interest in using large-scale data to investigate educational transitions and pathways.


Research Interest

Educational inequality

Sociology of education

Early childhood education

Play-based learning

Child and family studies

高裕安博士

副教授

2948 8739
jamesko@eduhk.hk

高裕安博士
副教授
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2948 8739
D2-1/F-49
jamesko@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=71886
  • James has extensive training and education in linguistics, psychology and education, with diplomas and degrees from Canada, Hong Kong, and the U.K. 
  • Prior to his doctoral study, James was an EFL teacher for about 20 years and a department head of a secondary school for 10 years.
  • He led several innovative projects in student discipline, counselling and guidance, social and emotional learning, curriculum development, teacher professional development, and organiaational learning, receiving external funds from the Educational Department, ICAC and Citibank.
  • His research experience and interests are diverse. He has worked in various large scale research projects funded by the RGC in Hong Kong and by the ESRC and DSCF in the UK. He collaborates with local academics and overseas researchers of University of Oxford, University of Cyprus, University of Groningen, University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University, and University of Helsinki in local and international research projects.
  • He does mixed-method research and tries to keep his mind open to ideas of both qualitative and quantitative camps. He is a Research Fellow of the Institute's Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change (APCLC).

 

 

Research Interests

Educational effectiveness

Educational leadership and educational management

Teacher education

Learning assessment

Psycholinguistics

TESLO

IT in education

Learning disabilities

Mixed methods methodology

Data visualisation

Learner analytics

李玟霖博士

助理教授

2948 8057
dhllee@eduhk.hk

李玟霖博士
助理教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Lee_Hui_Lin2.jpg
2948 8057
D2-1/F-31
dhllee@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=182995

Daphnee is Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, The Education University of Hong Kong. Her teaching profile includes subjects in the fields of Professional Learning and Professionalism, Research Methods, Social Psychology, and Sociology. Daphnee was a Research Scientist at the National Institute of Education (Singapore), Nanyang Technological University, where she undertook two research projects as Principal Investigator on Professional Learning Communities, and Teacher Professional Identity. Since earning her Ph.D. in Sociology at the Australian National University, Daphnee has published in various journals, including Current Sociology; The Asia-Pacific Educational Researcher; and British Journal of Educational Studies. A book on Managing Chineseness is forthcoming for Daphnee, published under Palgrave Macmillan (UK and US) under their book series Frontiers of Globalization. In this book, she offers theoretical insights on identity management based on the research work she had undertaken to date. Daphnee’s current research interest includes Teacher Professional Identity, Professional Learning Communities, and Professionalism, Sociology of Education, and Broader Context of Education. She seeks from these investigations sociological explanations for the way identities are constructed and exercised, linking individual, social, and organizational experiences to the global political economy of capitalist-industrialization.

 

Research Interests

Teacher Professional Identity

Professional Learning Communities

Professionalism

Sociology of Education

Political economy

Broader Context of Education

李子樂博士

助理教授

2948 8312
ttllee@eduhk.hk

李子樂博士
助理教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/trevor_profile.jpg
2948 8312
D4-1/F-42
ttllee@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=233898

Dr. Lee Trevor Tsz-lok is a sociologist who has been working on educational inequality and social mobility, youth’s civic and political participation, and youth’s career development in Hong Kong.

Trevor has not just been in ivory towers, but also put in the effort and hard work into the education field as well as the larger community. For instance, he worked in university-school partnership projects in 2006; he ran his own art studio in 2010-2013 where he taught oil painting. In 2015-2016, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow with Faculty of Education at CUHK, in which he was involved in the territory-wide career intervention project for the youth of Hong Kong. Previously, Trevor was also actively engaged in collective efforts against social injustice. For instance, he spent more than three years working with the international human rights group, where he was once assigned to work at the headquarter in New York.

In addition, Trevor has been an active contributor to public policy discussions in Hong Kong, especially about education issues, through the local news media such as Ming Pao, Hong Kong Economic Journal, Apple Daily, and South China Morning Post.

 

Research Interests

Stratification

Youth studies

Education policy

Research methodology

羅慧燕博士

高級講師II

2948 8846
wylo@eduhk.hk

羅慧燕博士
高級講師II
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2948 8846
D2-1/F-53
wylo@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=68922

Dr. Lo Wai Yin is the Senior Lecturer II at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership of the University. She attained her master and doctorate degrees from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr Lo published two books, including Intellectuals and the State in 1997 and Education for Development: A Case Study in Guizhou, China in 2009. Her research interests are wide-ranging which cover Education and Development, Knowledge transfer and transformation, Comparative Education, History of Hong Kong Education. Her recent work centers on educational development in regional area. Dr Lo just completed a project, an Exploratory Survey on Village Schools in Hong Kong, with the Hong Kong Museum of History in 2006-2008.

 

Research Interests

Education and development

Interface analysis on educational projects

Educational knowledge building in Hong Kong and China

倪紹強博士

助理教授

2948 7784
gngai@eduhk.hk

倪紹強博士
助理教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Ngai_Siu_Keung2.jpg
2948 7784
D2-1/F-28
gngai@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=9399

Dr. George Siu-keung NGAI is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership of the University. He holds a doctorate from the University of Hull, England. His research interests and projects cover various aspects of the field of education including citizenship education, principal leadership, gender and small class teaching. Dr Ngai teaches a range of courses related to the area of philosophy and sociology of education, life skills and general education. He helps to run programs related to principal training and certification for principalship in Hong Kong. He himself holds the award of the certification for principalship issued by the Education Bureau. Besides, Dr Ngai is a school manager of a primary school and a secondary school in Hong Kong.

 

Research Interests

Social contexts of educational policy

Macro-sociocultural contexts of education

Micro-sociocultural contexts of education

潘宇軒博士

講師II

29487238
yhpoon@eduhk.hk

潘宇軒博士
講師II
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29487238
D2-1/F-24
yhpoon@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=212898&view_mode=P

Poon Yu-Hin is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership of The Eduation University of Hong Kong. He taught Liberal Studies, Ethics and Religious Studies in secondary school for about 12 years, and he has been actively engaged in educational research in the past 10 years.


Research interests

Sociology of education

Educational policy and equality

Identity studies

School ethnography

錢海燕博士

副教授

2948 8102
hqian@eduhk.hk

錢海燕博士
副教授
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2948 8102
D2-1/F-51
hqian@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=126738

Qian Haiyan is an Associate Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership and Director of The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change. She studied in Mainland China, UK and HK and worked in tertiary institutions in Mainland China and Hong Kong for accumulatively seven years. Before joining the Institute in 2012, she worked at the Institute of Higher Education, Fudan University at Shanghai, China.

Her research interests include education leadership; school principalship in China and influence of the social and cultural context on schooling across Chinese societies.

 

司徒勝營博士

助理教授

2948 8434
eszeto@eduhk.hk

司徒勝營博士
助理教授
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2948 8434
D2-1/F-23
eszeto@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=10003

Dr. Szeto has led or been involved in various international and local research projects. He has been actively engaged in the International School Leadership Development Network (ISLDN) research project which involves 30 countries. Dr Szeto has taught in post-secondary sector for 20 years and published papers in high quality academic journals to reflect his scholarship to teaching and learning, educational leadership, and education policy.

 

Research Interests

Education policy

Innovation in teaching and learning

Integration of technology in teaching

鄧希恒博士

助理教授

2948 8453
hhhtang@eduhk.hk

鄧希恒博士
助理教授
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2948 8453
D2-1/F-40
hhhtang@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=14912

A sociologist, Dr Hayes Tang is interested in the fields of education policy, higher education, academic profession and youth studies. His research focuses on the sociological role of higher education in entrepreneurial society and global city. He is committed to create new knowledge in application for better education governance and policy innovation in East Asian entrepreneurial societies, amidst the age of global inequalities, populism and authoritarianism. Currently he conducts academic researches on 'entrepreneurial universities', academic profession and institutional ethnography, as well as youth engagement, higher education and global citizenship. He aspires to build lifelong partnership with students and professionals so as to enlighten his analysis on educational development and policy anew with fresh perspectives, along with greater social impact and professional relevance. Presently involving in two GRFprojects (General Research Fund by Hong Kong Research Grants Council), he is now Assistant Professor of Department of Education Policy and Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong and serves on the Editorial Board of Chinese Education & Society (Taylor & Francis).

On top of scholarly research, he considers education a commitment imperative to an academic life. Championing the spirit of liberal arts education, Hayes was presented at the start of his academic career the Outstanding Teacher Award by the School of Professional and Continuing Education, The University of Hong Kong in 2012. On issues about Hong Kong-Mainland China dynamics, he was interviewed by journalism including ARTE (Association relative à la télévision européenne) (Franco-German channel), The Straits Times, South China Morning Post (SCMP),Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK, Radio 3)China Daily and D100 Radio. Upon invitation, he delivered a Fulbright-Hays seminar entitled "Seeing China's Governance from Hong Kong Youth Perspective" for a delegation of American school teachers during their visit to The University of Hong Kong in August 2015. The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad are hosted by the National Committee on United States-China Relations, USA.

In service of knowledge exchange and transfer, Dr Hayes Tang welcomes media consultation, external membership, community/professional seminars and commissioned R&D projects. He can be contacted at hhhtang@eduhk.hk.
 

Research Interests

Sociology of Education (especially Sociological Role of Education in Entrepreneurial Society and Global City

Higher Education

Youth Engagement, Educated Youth and Public Policy

Academic Entrepreneurialism ('Entrepreneurial Universities'), Scholarship of Application and Impact of Universities

Academic Profession and Its Connections with Other Professions (including Teaching Profession/ Schools)

Education Governance and Policy Innovation in the Age of Global Inequalities, Populism and Authoritarianism

Nationalism, Internationalism and Global Citizenship in Education

黃觀連博士

助理教授

2948 8508
wongkl@eduhk.hk

黃觀連博士
助理教授
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2948 8508
D2-1/F-30
wongkl@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=79320

Dr. Wong is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership.  She earned her B.A. (communication) and M.Ed (educational leadership and foundations) from the Brigham Young University, Utah, USA, and Ph.D. (Education) from The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.  Following her Ph.D., she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Education University of Hong Kong.  Dr. Wong has participated in various research projects over the past ten years (such as Participatory Citizenship, Applied Learning, Curriculum Reform, Work-Based Learning) and has been involved in international projects (such as research undertaken on a UNESCO project on out of school children, comparison of higher education study for Asia-Pacific region students, teacher preparation programs in Mainland, China).  Her work has been recognised by EdUHK through publication awards.  She has served as a reviewer of international and local academic journals. 

 

Research Interests

Diversity and Minority Education

Refugee Education 

Teacher Education

Citizenship Education

Moral and Servant Leadership 

Teacher Leadership

黃偉鴻先生

講師I

2948 7620
wongwh@eduhk.hk

黃偉鴻先生
講師I
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2948 7620
D2-1/F-27
wongwh@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=66622

Mr. WONG Wai-Hung is currently a Lecturer of the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership of The Education University of Hong Kong. Before joining the HKIED in 2001, he taught General Education courses in Hong Kong Lingnan University. WONG had been a secondary school teacher for over 10 years. He got his MA in Sociology of Culture from the University of Essex in 1993, his MA in Chinese philosophy from the New Asia Institute for Advanced Chinese Studies in 1995, and his PCEd from the Hong Kong University in 1998. WONG is also a sexologist, a psycho-therapist, a school manager, and a film critic. WONG has published 10 books on philosophy, psychology and in some other areas. He always appeared in Hong Kong’s TV and Radio programmes as guest speaker, and writing different kind of articles in local newspapers.

 

Research Interests

Experimental Learning 

Life and Death Education

Moral Education

Dr. WRIGHT Ewan

助理教授

2948 8347
etmwright@eduhk.hk

Dr. WRIGHT Ewan
助理教授
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2948 8347
D4-1/F-30
etmwright@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=170748

Ewan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership. He holds a PhD from the Division of Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education at The University of Hong Kong where he was a recipient of the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme. His main research interests are in educational trends and reforms across East Asia. As a sociologist of education, his current research focuses on international education (especially the International Baccalaureate), globalisation and education, university preparation and admission, and inequality in education and social reproduction. He has completed two large-scale International Baccalaureate research projects including “A study of the International Baccalaureate Diploma in China: Program's impact on student preparation for university studies abroad” and “A study of the post-secondary outcomes of IB Diploma alumni in leading universities in Asia Pacific”. His research has been published in international journals such as British Journal of Educational Studies and Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education.

 

Research Interests

International Schools

International Baccalaureate

Globalisation and education

University preparation and admission

Inequality in education and social reproduction

余惠冰博士

高級講師II

2948 8344
wbyu@eduhk.hk

余惠冰博士
高級講師II
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2948 8344
D3-1/F-15
wbyu@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=12717

余惠冰博士現任香港教育大學教育政策與領導學系高級講師II,並兼任香港教育大學柏立基堂學生宿舍高級導師。余博士早年畢業於香港中文大學,先後獲取理學士、教育文憑、哲學碩士及哲學博士學位。曾任中學教師、研究統籌、課程編撰、香港公開大學教育及語文學院講師、香港中文大學‘大學與學校夥伴協作中心“優質學校計劃”’學校發展主任。專業事務參與方面,曾先後獲選出任香港教師中心諮詢管理委員會委員(1993-1996;2006-2008)、教育人員專業操守議會副主席(2006-2008)及主席(2008-2010)。

專研範圍包括香港教師專業化、教師專業發展、學校發展及香港教育政策研究。近期著作有載於《香港幼兒學報》的「香港『學前教育學券計劃』的政策研究-研究架構芻議(2010)、載於《香港幼兒教育行政專業協會論叢》的「幼師專業交流平台(2011)」、載於《思人對話:教育篇》的「教師專業:余惠冰答黃偉國(2011)」,以及不定期發表於香港經濟日報「國是港事」版的評論文章。

袁慧筠博士

副教授

2948 7581
gwkyuen@eduhk.hk

袁慧筠博士
副教授
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2948 7581
D2-1/F-45
gwkyuen@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=69976

Dr. Gail Yuen has worked in a variety of educational settings, both overseas and local. Graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University, Dr. Yuen has her expertise built on child and family development, as well as international educational development specialising in early childhood education. She is particularly interested in policy and advocacy for young children. Her recently completed studies on the voucher scheme and early childhood teacher development in Hong Kong have raised public attention on critical issues concerning the sector. As a key member of the Education Policy Forum, Dr. Yuen works collaboratively with colleagues to promote the development of public discourse on pertinent policy issues. She actively promotes reconceptualising the relation between early childhood and school education. Under her leadership, Dr. Yuen prepared a full proposal on 15-year free education together with a team of comrades. The proposal was submitted to the Hong Kong SAR Government and Legislative Council, as well as widely circulated to facilitate professional dialogues. Dr. Yuen is the convener of the Alliance on the Fight for 15-year Free Education, which is represented by 30 educational bodies in Hong Kong. She was also a member of one of the subcommittees under the Committee on Free Kindergarten Education of the Education Bureau. 

 

Research Interests

Early childhood education and care policy

Advocacy

Teacher development

阮衛華博士

助理教授

2948 7622
tyuen@eduhk.hk

阮衛華博士
助理教授
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2948 7622
D3-1/F-13
tyuen@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=9432

Dr. Timothy W.W. Yuen obtained his first degree from The University of Hong Kong and his doctorate from Durham University. He used to work as a schoolteacher, an economist, and a teacher trainer for the Education Department and The University of Hong Kong. He now serves in the Education Policy and Leadership Department of The Education University of Hong Kong. His research interest is on citizenship/ political education, internationalisation of education, and education policies. His forthcoming and past publications can be found in Educational Management Administration and Leadership, Compare, Higher Education, Intercultural Education, International Journal of Educational Management, Citizenship Teaching and Learning, International Studies in Educational Administration, and Citizenship, Social and Economics Education: An International Journal.

 

Research Interests

Political and civic education

Social analysis of education policies

Gender matters in education

客席講座教授

汪雅量教授

客席講座教授

2948 6566
adwalker@eduhk.hk

汪雅量教授
客席講座教授
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2948 6566
D4-1/F-38
adwalker@eduhk.hk
https://oraas0.ied.edu.hk/rich/web/people_details.jsp?pid=80910

汪雅量為香港教育大學客席國際教育領才講座教授,並同時擔任亞太領導與變革研究中心聯席總監。曾任冠名國際教育領才講座教授、教育及人類發展學院院長及亞太領導與變革研究中心總監。加入香港教非、育大學前,汪雅量教授曾於澳洲、新加坡及香港多所大學及專上學府執教,並為美洲、歐洲及亞太多國提供領才學習及發展課程。

汪雅量教授學術論著甚富,於教育行政與領導,及學校領才學習與發展外,汪教授亦曾研究領導學習文化對學校領才之影響。汪教授出任多份教育領導國資際學術期刊編輯委員,亦於國際學術期刊及出版社發表、編著超過300份學術論文及著作。 汪教授近期研究專注拓展中國、亞太以至全球教育領導的知識基礎。汪教授亦於本港及世界各地不同機構出任顧問。曾於中國、臺灣、星加坡、馬來西亞、泰國、越南、菲律賓、印尼、挪威、芬蘭、荷蘭、德國、瑞典、瑞士、英國、加拿大、美國、南非、智利、新西蘭及澳洲等地推展領才學習及發展課程,研究領才發展。

汪雅量教授對學校領導研究充滿熱誠,有關創新的學校領才發展思維、以及學校領袖如何自決自身專業發展和學習的研究及發展工作享譽國際。公元二零一零年,汪雅量教授獲澳洲教育領導議會頒受資深研究員榮銜,以表揚汪教授對全球、尤其是東亞及東南亞教育領導研究與發展的貢獻。翌年,汪雅量教授獲香港教育大學頒受冠名國際教育領導講座教授銜,用以表彰汪教授在國際教育領導教研的傑出成就。公元二零一五零年,汪雅量教授獲「教育行政大學議會」(University Council of Educational Administration) 頒授「布瑞傑玆獎」(The Edwin M. Bridges Award)殊榮,以肯定其在教育領袖培訓及專業發展的重大貢獻。 汪雅量教授曾六次榮獲香港研究資助局資助,並曾二十多次獲不同的國際教育科研機構撥款,開展學校教育領導研究。

客席教授

趙志成教授

客席教授


chiucs@eduhk.hk

趙志成教授
客席教授
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D2-1/F-26
chiucs@eduhk.hk

梁恩榮博士

客席副教授


ywleung@eduhk.hk

梁恩榮博士
客席副教授
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D2-1/F-26
ywleung@eduhk.hk

Dr. LEUNG retired from The Education University of Hong Kong in 2015 and now he is an Adjunct Associate Professor of the University. Dr. LEUNG got his BSc and MA(Ed) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1976 and 1983 respectively, PGDE from Hong Kong University in 1978 and PhD from the University of Sydney, Australia in 2003. He joined The Hong Kong Institute of Education (the former name of the Education University of Hong Kong) in 1995. He was appointed the Associate Director and later Co-Director of the Centre for Governance and Citizenship from 2009 to 2016. He researches and teaches mainly on civic education, human rights education, national education, political socialisation, democratisation of schools and educational policies. Dr. LEUNG has published extensively in international, regional journals and books. He also engages actively in civil society in Hong Kong and was the coordinator of the Hong Kong Alliance for Civic Education.

 

Research Interests

Civic education

Human rights education

National education

Political socialization

Democratization of schools and educational policies

QUONG, Terrence Edward 博士

客席副教授


etquong@eduhk.hk

QUONG, Terrence Edward 博士
客席副教授
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etquong@eduhk.hk

Over the 40 career years, Terry taught at the primary, secondary levels and lectured in universities in Australia and Hong Kong. He has held principalship positions in both primary and secondary schools, and was a principal in Australia as well as a principal in Hong Kong at Jockey Club Ti-I College for 7 years. In addition to his work in schools, he is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Educational Leadership at The Education University of Hong Kong. Terry has provided educational consultancy services to various schools, Ministries of Education and other organisations.  As a consultant he has conducted leadership training programs in Australia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

 

Research Interests

School leadership

Strategic planning

Evidence based practice in schools

客席首席講師/客席高級講師

許為天博士

客席首席講師


huiwt@eduhk.hk

許為天博士
客席首席講師
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/Hui_Wai_Tin.JPG
D4-1/F-41
huiwt@eduhk.hk

Research Interests

Education Policy

Education Administration

School Leadership

MULLER, G. Chris 博士

客席高級講師


gchris@eduhk.hk

MULLER, G. Chris 博士
客席高級講師
https://www.eduhk.hk/epl/files/thumbnail7/department/epl/about_us/staff/chris_muller.jpg
gchris@eduhk.hk

Research Interests

International mindedness

Global citizenship

International education

訪問教授

Prof. BEARD, Colin

訪問教授


Prof. BEARD, Colin
訪問教授
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www.colinbeardblog.wordpress.com

Colin Beard is a Professor of Experiential Learning (Sheffield Hallam University). He is a National Teaching Fellow (2005), holding previous roles such as External Advisor to the Open University Postgraduate Business School, Visiting Professor @ two leading Universities in Beijing, and at Derby University, UK. He has advised, in various capacities, on learning and development for UK Government Departments (English, Scottish and Welsh), US Government (Foreign Service Institute) & Singapore Governments (Ministry of Education/Ministry of Youth & Culture/NYC). He has delivered 65 global keynotes, written 8 books, 18 book chapters, and 44 refereed journal articles.

Prof. CLIVE, Dimmock

訪問教授


clive.dimmock@glasgow.ac.uk

Prof. CLIVE, Dimmock
訪問教授
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clive.dimmock@glasgow.ac.uk

Clive Dimmock is Professor of Professional Learning and Leadership in the School of Education, University of Glasgow. He is also Professor Emeritus at the University of Leicester and Senior Research Fellow at the Asia-Pacific Research Centre, The Education University of Hong Kong. Previously, he has worked at Cardiff University, the University of Western Australia, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the National Institute of Education in Singapore. He thus has worked as an academic and researcher on three continents – Europe (the UK), Australia and Asia. Clive gained his first degree from The London School of Economics, and his PhD from the University of London Institute of Education. His books and many journal articles reflect an abiding interest in leadership and school organisation in cross-cultural comparative, mainly Anglo-American and Asian contexts. Among his many interests are leadership, school re-design and improvement, the disconnections between research, theory and practice, and latterly a concern for quality and equity in schooling. He has contributed to the Scottish College of Education Leadership (SCEL) program developing system leaders, and has worked with the governments of world leading education systems of Singapore and Hong Kong. Adopting a practitioner, school-based approach has always been a cornerstone of his work. Latterly, he has undertaken consultancy and professional development with leading Asian Universities in promoting academics’ research and publications, and in Hong Kong, preparing for the Research Assessment Exercise. He has keynoted in many countries, including China, USA, and Australia. Since 2015, he has led research projects in Vietnam funded by the British Council, ESRC (British Government), The University of Glasgow and The Head Foundation, Singapore.

Among his most influential books are –

Dimmock, C. (2012). Leadership, capacity building and school improvement: concepts, themes and impact. London: Routledge.

Dimmock, C. & Walker, A. (2005). Educational leadership: Culture and diversity. London: Sage.

Dimmock, C. (2000). Designing the learning-centred school: A cross-cultural perspective. London: Falmer Press.

Dr. EYAL, Ori

訪問副教授


msori@mscc.huji.ac.il

Dr. EYAL, Ori
訪問副教授
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msori@mscc.huji.ac.il

Prof. GU, Qing

訪問教授


q.gu@ucl.ac.uk

Prof. GU, Qing
訪問教授
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q.gu@ucl.ac.uk

Prof. LINGARD, Bob

訪問教授


r.lingard@uq.edu.au

Prof. LINGARD, Bob
訪問教授
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r.lingard@uq.edu.au

Prof. PHELAN, Anne

Honorary Professor


anne.phelan@ubc.ca

Prof. PHELAN, Anne
Honorary Professor
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anne.phelan@ubc.ca

Anne M. Phelan is a Professor and co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Teacher Education in the Faculty of Education, at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Her research focuses on teachers’ intellectual and political freedom and on the creation of teacher education programs and policies that support that end. She has written about the dynamic of judgment and responsibility, the paradoxes of autonomy (creativity and resistance) and the anxiety of obligation in professional life.  Recent publications include Teacher Education and the Political: The Power of Negative Thinking (London: Routledge, 2017; with Clarke); Curriculum Theorizing and Teacher Education: Complicating Conjunctions (London: Routledge, 2015); and forthcoming in 2020 Reconceptualizing Teacher Education Worldwide: A Canadian Contribution to a Global Challenge (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press; edited with Pinar, Ng-A-Fook, & Kane).

兼職導師

Name Title 電話 電郵
戚本盛先生 兼職導師 punshing@eduhk.hk
許俊炎先生 兼職導師 scyhui@eduhk.hk
林黎倩婷女士 兼職導師 lydia@eduhk.hk
李詠賢女士 兼職導師 leewingyin@eduhk.hk
梁銳基博士 兼職導師 yuikei@eduhk.hk
吳迅榮教授 兼職導師 swng@eduhk.hk
黃炳文教授 兼職導師 pmwong@eduhk.hk

博士生

Ms. BAIMAGANBETOVA, Shynar

PhD Student

2948 7534
s1125734@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. BAIMAGANBETOVA, Shynar
PhD Student
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2948 7534
s1125734@s.eduhk.hk

蔡蕊珊女士

EdD Student


蔡蕊珊女士
EdD Student
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Mr. EDWARDS, Arnett Michael

EdD Student


Mr. EDWARDS, Arnett Michael
EdD Student
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方家雯女士

PhD Student

2948 7095
s1131859@s.eduhk.hk

方家雯女士
PhD Student
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2948 7095
s1131859@s.eduhk.hk

付傾晨女士

EdD Student


s1138608@s.eduhk.hk

付傾晨女士
EdD Student
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s1138608@s.eduhk.hk

馮瑞芬女士

PhD Student

2948 8497
s1122633@s.eduhk.hk

馮瑞芬女士
PhD Student
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2948 8497
s1122633@s.eduhk.hk

何偉玉女士

EdD Student


何偉玉女士
EdD Student
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阮佩賢女士

EdD Student


阮佩賢女士
EdD Student
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Ms. KIM, Jeehee

PhD Student


s1131890@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. KIM, Jeehee
PhD Student
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s1131890@s.eduhk.hk

李弘紫先生

EdD Student


李弘紫先生
EdD Student
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李馨琳女士

EdD Student


s1138601@s.eduhk.hk

李馨琳女士
EdD Student
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s1138601@s.eduhk.hk

陸昊麟先生

EdD Student


陸昊麟先生
EdD Student
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門澤先生

PhD Student


s1136203@s.eduhk.hk

門澤先生
PhD Student
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s1136203@s.eduhk.hk

潘素媚女士

EdD Student


潘素媚女士
EdD Student
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Mr. POUDEL, Prem Prasad

PhD Student

2948 8791
s1126850@s.eduhk.hk

Mr. POUDEL, Prem Prasad
PhD Student
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2948 8791
s1126850@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. SEIDUMANOVA, Meruyert

PhD Student

2948 6449
s1131871@s.eduhk.hk

Ms. SEIDUMANOVA, Meruyert
PhD Student
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2948 6449
s1131871@s.eduhk.hk

湯建靜女士

PhD Student

2948 6275
s1129852@s.eduhk.hk

湯建靜女士
PhD Student
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2948 6275
s1129852@s.eduhk.hk

王燁女士

EdD Student


王燁女士
EdD Student
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黃偉强先生

EdD Student


黃偉强先生
EdD Student
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吳軒亦女士

PhD Student


s1130084@s.eduhk.hk

吳軒亦女士
PhD Student
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s1130084@s.eduhk.hk

袁慧女士

EdD Student


袁慧女士
EdD Student
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庾嘉順先生

PhD Student

2948 8684
s1107356@s.eduhk.hk

庾嘉順先生
PhD Student
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2948 8684
s1107356@s.eduhk.hk

于婧女士

PhD Student


s1131863@s.eduhk.hk

于婧女士
PhD Student
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s1131863@s.eduhk.hk

張鹿童女士

EdD Student


張鹿童女士
EdD Student
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張萌女士

PhD Student

2948 8681
s1129834@s.eduhk.hk

張萌女士
PhD Student
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2948 8681
s1129834@s.eduhk.hk

張維女士

EdD Student


s1138602@s.eduhk.hk

張維女士
EdD Student
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s1138602@s.eduhk.hk

趙艷敏女士

EdD Student


趙艷敏女士
EdD Student
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周泉女士

EdD Student


s1134956@s.eduhk.hk

周泉女士
EdD Student
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s1134956@s.eduhk.hk

周文亭女士

EdD Student


周文亭女士
EdD Student
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項目與研究人員

歐育婷女士

研究助理

2948 8561
mytau@eduhk.hk

歐育婷女士
研究助理
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2948 8561
D2-1/F-44
mytau@eduhk.hk

陳憲達先生

研究助理

2948 7108
ahtchan@eduhk.hk

陳憲達先生
研究助理
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2948 7108
D2-1/F-44
ahtchan@eduhk.hk

陳慧貞女士

研究助理

2948 7725
hzchan@eduhk.hk

陳慧貞女士
研究助理
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2948 7725
D2-1/F-44
hzchan@eduhk.hk

Anna is a Research Assistant at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, The Education University of Hong Kong. She earned her Social work Bachelor in Hong Kong Baptist University and Master of Education from The Education University of Hong Kong.

Anna is interested in pedagogies, children early childhood, play and special needs. Her work on current research explores the use of space in Hong Kong kindergarten.

 

Research interests:

Pedagogies

Early childhood

Play

Special need

周志峰先生

高級研究助理

2948 8249
wcfchau@eduhk.hk

周志峰先生
高級研究助理
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2948 8249
D2-1/F-44
wcfchau@eduhk.hk

Wilton Chau is a Senior Research Assistant at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, The Education University of Hong Kong. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from The University of Western Australia, and a Master of Arts in Modern Asian Studies with distinction from City University of Hong Kong.

Wilton is particularly interested in the dynamics of power and ethnicity in both colonial and contemporary settings. He is mesmerized by the constantly evolving socio-political cleavages, the centrality of ethnic identity, state patronage, opinion leadership, and intergroup dialogues. His current research studies youth civic engagement of ethnic minorities in Hong Kong.


Research Interests:

Colonialism and ethnicity in Southeast Asia

Youth, citizenship, and media literacy

Social capital and cleavages

Politics of affirmative action

蔡丞禧先生

項目助理

2948 6804
shchoi@eduhk.hk

蔡丞禧先生
項目助理
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2948 6804
D2-2/F-30A
shchoi@eduhk.hk

徐燕儀女士

項目主任

2948 7393
yyychui@eduhk.hk

徐燕儀女士
項目主任
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2948 7393
D2-2/F-30A
yyychui@eduhk.hk

鐘秀群博士

博士後研究員

2948 7870
chungsk@eduhk.hk

鐘秀群博士
博士後研究員
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2948 7870
D3-2/F-30A
chungsk@eduhk.hk

Dr. Joan Chung is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Educational Policy and Leadership. Dr. Chung got her first degree and PGDE at The University of Hong Kong; she obtained her Doctor of Applied Language Sciences at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her research interests are at the intersection of communication, linguistics, education and literature. She has published peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters across the U.K., the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Asia.


Research Interests:

Intercultural communication & leadership

Ethnic minority groups, identity and diversity

Curriculum & assessment

(Critical) discourse analysis & pragmatics

Multicultural education

韓麗薇女士

項目主任

2948 6454
mlmhon@eduhk.hk

韓麗薇女士
項目主任
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2948 6454
D2-2/F-30A
mlmhon@eduhk.hk

葉幗君女士

研究助理

2948 8351
ipkk@eduhk.hk

葉幗君女士
研究助理
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2948 8351
D2-1/F-44
ipkk@eduhk.hk

Noelle Ip is a Research Assistant at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, The Education University of Hong Kong. She attained her BA (Chinese Language Studies) and BEd (Chinese Language Education) double degrees from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Her recent research focuses include cultural and ethnic identity, teacher professionalism and school development (contextualized in Asian countries/districts and Hong Kong), sociology of education (especially dynamics of language and power) and quantitative research methods.

 

Research Interests:

Cultural and ethnic identity

Teacher professionalism and school development

Sociology of education

Quantitative research methods

林香雲女士

高級研究助理

2948 8819
lamhw@eduhk.hk

林香雲女士
高級研究助理
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2948 8819
D2-1/F-44
lamhw@eduhk.hk

Marie Lam received two Masters in Sociology, one from the University of Hong Kong, the other from the University of Oxford. Previously, she worked as a tutor and a senior research assistant at local universities. She got papers published in the field of sociology, social psychology and education.


Research Interests:

Social stratification

Gender studies

Qualitative research

Identities studies

梁皓然先生

高級研究助理

2948 6417
harryleung@eduhk.hk

梁皓然先生
高級研究助理
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2948 6417
D2-1/F-20
harryleung@eduhk.hk

Ho Yin is an art-practitioner/researcher/writer with an interest in art and engagement. He obtained an M.Phil in History of Chinese Art at Chinese University of Hong Kong. His practices revolve around concepts of inter-generation and multi-discipline. He is currently a member of Diversity, Equity, Social Inclusion Research Group(DESI) at The Education University of Hong Kong. 

In 2020, he is awarded West Kowloon Young Fellows Scheme to run a project that explores the community of minibus drivers in Hong Kong through music. He was selected as one of the Emerging Art Professionals by Para Site(Hong Kong) in 2018. Previously involved projects include I Live it All (since 2015, founder), “Hak Hak Jap”, Rooftop Institute(2019, artist), Neptune (2016-2018, assistant curator), etc. He is also contributor for The Art Newspaper China, City Magazine, Randian, Harper’s Bazaar(Hong Kong), Paratext, etc. 

Research Interests

Art Education

Engaged Learning

Socially-engaged Art

Contemporary Art

吳惠玲女士

項目助理

2948 8311
ngwl@eduhk.hk

吳惠玲女士
項目助理
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2948 8311
D2-1/F-20
ngwl@eduhk.hk

黃依樂女士

研究助理 I

2948 8071
wyeelok@eduhk.hk

黃依樂女士
研究助理 I
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2948 8071
D3-2/F-30A
wyeelok@eduhk.hk

Yee Lok is a Research Assistant at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, The Education University of Hong Kong. She earned her Master of Public Policy degree from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. She received the WyWy Gold Medal for the Best Policy Analysis Exercise for a consulting project on improving economic opportunities of ambulant vendors in Quiapo Muslim Town, Manila.

Yee Lok is interested in the study of economic and social policies to protect people from economic risks and insecurities of life. As a former athlete herself, she actively promotes sports as a tool for development and worked in a sports charity in Hong Kong to facilitate equal access to sports for youths – regardless of their economic background, gender, ethnicity and religion. Yee Lok holds a degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Hong Kong.

 

Research interest:

Social Policy in East Asia

Behavioral Economics and Social Policy

Public Housing Policy

Inequality

黃耀麟先生

高級研究助理

2948 8248
wyiulun@eduhk.hk

黃耀麟先生
高級研究助理
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2948 8248
D2-1/F-44
wyiulun@eduhk.hk

Leo is a Senior Research Assistant in the Department of Education Policy and Leadership at the Education University of Hong Kong. He is currently assisting on two research projects on middle leadership in Hong Kong schools and International Baccalaureate schools in Eastern Asia, under the supervision of Dr. Darren Bryant.
 
Before joining the department in 2016, he attained his first degree in Bachelor of Science in Commerce (Maritime Business and Logistics) at the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom. He gained his Master of Science and Engineering degree (Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management) at HKU, a Master of Arts degree (Philosophy) at CUHK and the Master of Education degree (Educational and Developmental Psychology) at EdUHK.
 
 

Research Interests

Educational and Developmental Psychology

Social Network Analysis in Education

Analytic Philosophy

Qualitative Methods

行政人員

陳裕豐先生

行政助理

2948 8476
ayfchan@eduhk.hk

陳裕豐先生
行政助理
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2948 8476
D2-1/F-35
ayfchan@eduhk.hk

趙靄雯女士

二級文書主任

2948 7610
qchiu@eduhk.hk

趙靄雯女士
二級文書主任
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2948 7610
D2-1/F-35
qchiu@eduhk.hk

莊蘭萍女士

行政助理

2948 8702
alpchong@eduhk.hk

莊蘭萍女士
行政助理
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2948 8702
D4-1/F-35
alpchong@eduhk.hk

黎德儀女士

行政助理

2948 8008
tyeelai@eduhk.hk

黎德儀女士
行政助理
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2948 8008
D2-1/F-35
tyeelai@eduhk.hk

盧智仁先生

項目助理

2948 8975
lchiyan@eduhk.hk

盧智仁先生
項目助理
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2948 8975
D2-1/F-35
lchiyan@eduhk.hk

曾慶誼女士

二級行政主任

2948 7397
ltsang@eduhk.hk

曾慶誼女士
二級行政主任
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2948 7397
ltsang@eduhk.hk