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研究主題

研究主題

我們的研究旨在改善教育的政策、質素及平等性,透過創造知識、介入及革新,以提升教育機構及社區服務從業者的學習、福祉及工作。

研究主題

兒童、學習及發展

研究範圍包括:幼兒教學中的創意、課程、教學法、讀寫能力及領導能力,以及幼兒發展、家長與家庭的心理及社會文化基礎。

研究負責人

李敬廉教授

研究中心

專題研究

  • 3Es: Early Prevention, Early Identification and Early Intervention: A School-based Support Model of Social-Emotional Development for Kindergarten Children
    3Es: Early Prevention, Early Identification and Early Intervention: A School-based Support Model of Social-Emotional Development for Kindergarten Children
    Prof CHUNG Kevin Kien Hoa
    Chair Professor and Head, Department of Early Childhood Education
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    Dr LAM Chun Bun, Ian Prof LEUNG Man, Cynthia * *Investigator from an outside institution/organization
    Simon K Y Lee Foundation Limited
    2015 - 2019

    The research aimed to provide a School-Based Support Model of Social-Emotional Development for Kindergarten Children. It develops and implements a tiered intervention model of the response to intervention for promotion children’s social-emotional competence, preventing and addressing challenging social-emotional difficulties.

    This project also targets to encompass support for teachers and parents of young children with social-emotional needs who attend kindergartens at K2 and K3.

研究範圍包括:課程理論、學習、分析及評估、教師教育及專業學習、發展教育,以及資訊與通訊科技。

研究負責人

龔大胃教授

研究中心

評估研究中心

聯合國教科文組織教席

聯合國教科文組織區域教育發展與終身學習教席

研究團隊

正向教育心理研究組

專題研究

  • Automatic Assessment Score Analysis
    Automatic Assessment Score Analysis
    Prof CHIU Ming Ming
    Director, Assessment Research Centre Chair Professor, Department of Special Education and Counselling
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    Prof LO Sing Kai Hon Prof MOK, Magdalena Mo Ching Dr KWAN Lok Yin Joyce Dr YAN Zi Dr LING Man Ho Alpha Dr POON Kin Man Dr MATSUNOBU Koji Dr HSU, Chia Ling Mr CHEN Chia Wen* *Investigator from an outside institution/organization
    Central Reserve Allocation Committee, EdUHK
    2019 - 2020

    The project creates Automatic Assessment Score Analysis (AASA) software to analyze properly scores of test questions, essays, etc. AASA requires zero statistics/computer knowledge and uses teachers’ existing data on their students’ scores.

    AASA applies cutting-edge statistics to assess students accurately and produce an easy-to-understand report that

    • sorts students (lowest to highest learning outcomes);
    • sorts questions from easiest to hardest (poorly- to well-understood ideas);
    • suggests removal of poor questions (easily guessed, misleading, etc.).

研究範圍包括:教育政策、學校領導與管理、比較教育、教育改革,以及多元化、平等性及包容性。

研究負責人

白達仁博士

研究中心

劉鑾雄慈善基金亞太領導與變革研究中心

研究團隊

多元共容研究組 

專題研究

  • A Distributed Perspective on Middle Leadership in International Baccalaureate Continuum Schools in Northeast Asia
    A Distributed Perspective on Middle Leadership in International Baccalaureate Continuum Schools in Northeast Asia
    Dr BRYANT Darren
    Associate Director and Research Fellow of Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change
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    Prof WALKER Allan Prof SPILLANE James* Dr ALVIAR Theresa *Investigator from an outside institution/organization
    International Baccalaureate Organization
    2016-2019

    This research focuses on middle leaders’ interaction with senior leaders, other middle leaders, and informal leaders, and the tools and routines that they employ when engaging in these interactions. Framing the study around the Director of Learning in International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum schools, will result in the identification of leadership practices, the materials, resources and routines that middle leaders use and develop to support their practice, and the impact of contextual factor, such as participation in the IB continuum, that facilitate or impede effective leadership distributions.

研究範圍包括:臨床與健康心理學、認知、心理統計學與評估、發展與教育心理學,以及社會與文化心理學。

研究負責人

張謙教授

研究中心

社群心理健康研究中心

研究團隊

  • 社群心理健康及福祉研究組

  • 語言與讀寫能力發展研究組

專題研究

  • Drive to Thrive Theory: Processes and Outcomes from a Flexibility Perspective
    Drive to Thrive Theory: Processes and Outcomes from a Flexibility Perspective
    Dr HOU Wai Kai
    Director, Centre for Psychosocial Health Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
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    Fulbright - RGC Hong Kong Senior Research Scholar Award
    2016-2017

    This project aimed to provide a new framework and empirical evidence for explaining human stress resilience using the drive to thrive theory and the framework of regulatory flexibility.

    In the research, study 1 targeted to critically review the current literature on the strategies of sustaining everyday life fabrics across different traumatic and chronic stressful conditions and evaluate the utility of the three sequential components of regulatory flexibility in explaining everyday adaptation. Study 2 aimed to develop a multi-method approach to examine and validate emotional flexibility as a potential outcome measure of stress resilience in everyday life.

研究範圍包括:研究特殊生理及智力需要,以改善年輕人的教育、福祉及護理服務,以及對其教師及家庭的支援。

研究負責人

許明得教授

研究中心

整全成長發展中心

專題研究

  • Teaching and Learning for Children with SEN by Using Intelligent Robot
    Teaching and Learning for Children with SEN by Using Intelligent Robot
    Prof. SIN Kuen Fung
    Director, Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education Professor, Department of Special Education and Counselling
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    Dr SZETO Sing Ying Elson
    The HSBC 150th Anniversary Charity Program
    2016 - 2019

    This is an innovative project led by TWGH Kwan Fong Kai Chi School, in partnership with Hong Kong Special Schools Council, PEAK of Vocational Training Council and over 30 special schools in Hong Kong. In the research, Prof. SIN and his team conducted the evaluation work on the “Teaching and Learning for Children with special education needs (SEN) by using Intelligent Robot” for school-based consultancy, research activities, knowledge dissemination and staff training.

    With the concerted effort, the deliverables included over 60 teaching kits for the teaching and learning of SEN students with the Robot. During the research period, over 8,000 SEN students in 70 special schools or centers were benefitted for the provision of robot and related activities.