This project examines the role of writing readiness skills in the early development of Chinese character writing. Despite a pedagogical shift towards digital literacy for very young children, handwriting with paper and pencil have significantly more impact on the brain development of young children than typing or writing on tablet computers.
To arouse primary school students’ interest in Chinese history and culture, EdUHK has developed a series of animated videos to present the life stories and positive attributes of 10 historical figures...
The Education University of Hong Kong Foundation aims at liaising with prominent members of the community and coalescing various resources, with a view to promoting the sustainable development of the University.
Dr Joe Pong Hok-ko, a graduate of the Doctor of Education (EdD) programme with a specialisation in Life and Values Education (LVE), published two articles in the International Journal of Children’s Spirituality...
The Education University of Hong Kong aims to develop students' international perspectives and knowledge so that they will be well-equipped to become caring global citizens and professionals in their own fields.
Getting adequate sleep may seem like a matter of common sense. But it is easier said than done...
Dr Hou recently completed a Fulbright research project at Columbia University, focusing on how our daily routine may support our ability to handle stress...
Dr Lung Heung-wing believes the satisfaction of being a scholar comes from being able to provide fresh insights into important issues in society and offering solutions to real-life problems...