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任演纳博士

副教授, 署理系主任

(852) 2948 8225
yyum@eduhk.hk

任演纳博士
副教授, 署理系主任
https://www.eduhk.hk/sec/files/thumbnail7/department/sec/staff/New_photos_2020/Dr_Cherry_Yum_webphoto.jpg
(852) 2948 8225
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2F-01A
yyum@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/yen-na-cherry%E4%BB%BB%E6%BC%94%E7%B4%8D-yum
专门: 双语及读写能力

M.S. & Ph.D., Psychology, Tufts University
B.A., Psychology & Linguistics, Haverford College

简介

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. 

 

教学范畴

  • Honors Project and Education Project supervision
  • Bilingualism

 

研究领域

  • Bilingualism
  • Literacy 
  • Cognitive neuroscience

 

正进行之研究计划

  • Effectiveness of music therapy in social skill intervention for children with ASD/ID: a randomized controlled trial. Health and Medical Research Fund, (Principal Investigator), 2020-2022
  • Understanding ambiguous sentences in a non-native language. Research Seed Fund, (Principal Investigator), 2019-2021.
  • The multilingual reading brain: An ERP study of language interactions in three writing systems. General Research Fund, (Principal Investigator), 2019-2021, University Grants Committee. (#28609118)
  • A multi-disciplinary research programme in child development. Central Reserve for Strategic Development (co-Investigator), 2018-2020, the Education University of Hong Kong.
  • Increasing cultural sensitivity among pre-service teachers in Hong Kong. Teaching Development Grant (co-Principal Investigator), 2018-2019, the Education University of Hong Kong. (#T0218)
  • A multi-method investigation of cognate effects in three writing systems. Internal Research Grant (Principal Investigator), 2018-2019, the Education University of Hong Kong. (#RG 94/2017-2018R)
  • Brain Stimulation, Inner Speech And Mental Rehearsal: Implications For L2 learning. Internal Research Grant (co-Principal Investigator), 2017-2019, Center for Brain and Education, the Education University of Hong Kong
  • How phonetic system training change the way we read Chinese? An ERP study. Internal Research Grant (co-Investigator), 2017-2019, Center for Brain and Education, the Education University of Hong Kong. (#0287)

 

期刊论文

  • Yum, Y. N., Law, S. P. (2021). N170 reflects visual familiarity and automatic sublexical phonological access in L2 written word processing. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1366728920000759
  • Yum, Y. N., Cohn, N., & Lau, W. K. W. (2021). Effects of picture-word integration on reading visual narratives in L1 and L2. Learning and Instruction, 71, 101397. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.learninstruc.2020.101397
  • Yum, Y. N., & Law, S.-P. (2021). N170 reflects orthographic uniqueness point effects in English among native Japanese and Korean readers. Neuroscience Letters, 743. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2020.135568
  • Yum, Y. N., Lau, W. K. W., Poon, K., & Ho, F. C. (2020). Music therapy as social skill intervention for children with comorbid ASD and ID: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. BMC pediatrics, 20(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12887-020-02454-6
  • Yum, Y. N., & Law, S. P. (2019). Interactions of age of acquisition and lexical frequency effects with phonological regularity: An ERP study—EdUHK Research Repository. Psychophysiology, 56(10). https://doi.org/doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13433
  • Yum, Y.N. & Law, S.-P. (2019). Impact of characteristics of L1 literacy experience on picture processing: ERP data from trilingual non-native Chinese and English readers. Cognition, 183, 213-225. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2018.11.009
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., Lee, C.F., & Shum, M.S.K. (2018). Early event-related potentials differences in orthographic processing of native and non-native Chinese readers. Journal of Research in Reading, 41(3), 403-422. doi: 10.1111/1467-9817.12115
  • Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Cheung, W.L. (2017). Neural correlates of concreteness effect in semantic processing of single Chinese characters using mixed-effects modeling. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 44, 223-238. doi: 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2017.07.001
  • 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

 

学术会议

  • Yum, Y.N., Tai, P.-L.A., & Cohn, N. (October, 2018). Reading with pictures in first and second language. The 17th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages-The 9th Conference on Language, Discourse, and Cognition, Taipei.
  • Tai, P.-L.A., Yum, Y.N., & Cohn, N. (October, 2018). Reading comprehension of multimodal text in children vs adults. The 17th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages-The 9th Conference on Language, Discourse, and Cognition, Taipei.
  • Yum, Y.N. & Law, S.-P. (February, 2018). Using ERPs to dissociate lexical frequency and age-of-acquisition in Chinese character naming. The 2nd Meeting of The Association for Reading and Writing in Asia, Tsukuba.
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., & Petrova, A. (November, 2017). The role of native writing system in picture processing: An ERP study. The 9th Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Baltimore.
  • Petrova, A., Yum, Y.N., & Law, S.-P. (November, 2017). An ERP study of the role of native writing system in picture processing. The 55th Annual Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Baltimore.
  • Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Petrova, A. (November, 2017). How Native Writing System may Influence Picture Processing: An ERP Study.  The 58th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver.
  • Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Cheung, W.-L. G. (December, 2016). Concreteness effects on semantic processing of single Chinese characters using mixed effects modeling of EEG data. The 16th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages, Guangzhou.
  • Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Cheung, W.-L. G. (October, 2016). Concreteness effects on semantic processing of single Chinese characters using mixed effects modeling of EEG data. The 54th Annual Academy of Aphasia Meeting, Llandudno.
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., & Lee, C.-F. (May, 2016). Orthographic sensitivity in differentiating Chinese characters: An ERP study of L1 and L2 Chinese readers. International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada.
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., & Wong, H.-C. (May, 2016). Phonological regularity effects in homophone judgment in second language Chinese readers. International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada.
  • Yum, Y.N., Law, S.-P., & Wong, S.-Y. (May, 2016). Revisiting the role of semantic radicals in Chinese character reading: The interaction of semantic transparency and imageability. International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada.
  • Yum, Y.N. & Law, S.-P. (October, 2015). An ERP study of sublexical phonological access in L2 Chinese character reading. The 7th Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Chicago.
  • Law, S.-P., Yum, Y.N., & Su, I.-F. (October, 2015). Early encoding of radical position legality in Chinese character reading: An ERP study. The 7th Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Chicago.
  • Yum, Y.N., Su, I.-F., & Law, S.-P. (June, 2015). Early encoding of radical position legality in Chinese character reading: An ERP study. Organization for Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting, Honolulu.
  • Yum, Y.N., Mo, K.N., Law, S.-P., Lau, K.-Y.D., Su, I.-F., & Shum, M.S.K. (October, 2014). Processing sublexical phonology in L2 Chinese character reading: An ERP study. 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. (August, 2014). Learning to read a logographic writing system as a second language: An ERP study of L2 Chinese proficient readers. The 6th 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. (August, 2014). Distinctive effects of regularity and consistency in orthography-phonology mapping in a logographic writing system: An ERP study. The 6th Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, Amsterdam.
  • Yum, Y.N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J., & Holcomb, P.J. (November, 2013). Does phonology influence word learning in a visually unfamiliar L2? An ERP training study. The 5th Society for the Neurobiology of Language Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Yum, Y. N., Midgley, K. J., Grainger, J., & Holcomb, P. J. (April, 2013). Tracking lexicality effects in second language learning. The 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.
  • Yum, Y.N., Grainger, J., Holcomb, P. J. (September, 2012). Do repetitions change semantics? A longitudinal study of repetition effects. Tufts Cognitive Science Conference on Language and Representation, Medford, MA.
  • Yum, Y. N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J., Holcomb, P. J. (April, 2010). An ERP study on beginning second language learning. The 17th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, Montréal.
  • Boltz, M. & Yum, Y.N. (November, 2009). Temporal concepts and predicted duration estimates. The 50th Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA.
  • Yum, Y. N., Midgley, K.J., Grainger, J., Holcomb, P.J. (November, 2009). An electrophysiological study on word and picture processing in mandarin Chinese speakers. The 16th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

 

专业服务

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

副系主任

何竞博士

副教授, 副系主任

(852) 2948 8547
mavishe@eduhk.hk

何竞博士
副教授, 副系主任
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(852) 2948 8547
(852) 2948 7794
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mavishe@eduhk.hk
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专门﹕资优教育及创造力

 

BSSc, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MPhil, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
PhD, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

简介

Dr. HE Wu Jing Mavis, PhD, is Associate Professor of the Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Education University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include creativity, giftedness, and gifted education. Her research works aim to contribute to uncovering the critical factors that may facilitate creativity development and gifted education. She has published research findings that highlight the critical roles of cognitive appraisals, gender, enrichment, personality traits, and school climate in facilitating creativity development. Dr. He has substantial teaching experience in training pre-service and in-service teachers on gifted education, and in developing curriculums and programs in gifted and special educations. She also serves as member of the Curriculum Development Council – Gifted Education of the Education Bureau in Hong Kong in 2013–2019. 


教学范畴

  • 资优儿童

  • 资优教育

  • 心理学


研究领域

  • 创造力发展
  • 资优及资优教育
  • 压力及减压方法


近期及正进行之研究计划

  • Understanding Individual Differences in the 4th-Grade Creativity Slump: The Roles of Cognitive Stress Appraisals and Cognitive Development [A pilot study supported by the Funding Support to GRF/ECS Proposal Rated 3.5 by RGC of EdUHK (2020–2021); PI, HK$80,000].
  • How do overexcitability and play characteristics affect creative potentials in kindergarten children? [A project supported by the Departmental Research Grant of the Department of Early Childhood Education, EdUHK (2020–2021); Co-I, HK$100,000; with Dr. Fung, W. K. (PI), Prof. Chung, K. K. H. (Co-I)]
  • 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 (ECS 2016–2018), PI, HK$613,620; With Prof. Wong W. C. (Co-I)]
  • Promoting School-based Talent Development and Gifted Education in Hong Kong [A project supported by the Hong Kong Jockey Club (2016-2020), Co-PI, HK$48,500,000; With Prof. Cheung A.C.K., Prof. Shek, D. T. L., Dr. Chan L. K. (Co-Chief PIs); Dr. Hui, A. N. N. (Senior PI), Ms. Cheung, L. Y. S., Prof. Siu, A. F. Y., Dr. Wu, J. K. F. (Co-PIs)]
  • 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; With Dr. Hui, A. N. N. (PI), Dr. Chow, B., Dr. Tan, A. G. (Co-Is)]
  • 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; With Prof. Wong W. C. and Dr. Hui, A. N. N. (Co-Is)]
  • 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]
  • Promoting Arts Education in Early Childhood Education [A project supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council (2010-2012); Co-I, HK$135,000; With Dr. Hui, A. N. N. (PI)]


期刊论文

  • He, W. J.*, & Wong, W. C. (2022). Affective state contributes to creative self-efficacy: Evidence from an experimental study of emotion induction. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 45, 101061. 
  • He, W. J.* (2022). Creative self-efficacy as a predictor of the use of creative cognition. Global Journal of Health Science, 14, 10–16.
  • He, W. J.*, & Wong, W. C. (2022). Middle school students from China's rice area show more adaptive creativity but less innovative and boundary-breaking creativity. Frontiers in Psychology, section Cultural Psychology, 12, 749229.
  • He, W. J.*, & Wong, W. C. (2021). Gender differences in creative self-efficacy: Findings of mean and variability analyses. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 42, 100955.
  • Fung, W. K.*, Chung, K. K. H., & He, M. W. J. (2021). Association between children’s imaginational overexcitability and parent-reported creative potential: Cognitive and affective play processes as potential mediators. Journal of Creative Behavior, 55, 962–969.
  • He, W. J.*, & Wong, W. C. (2021). Gender differences in the distribution of creativity scores: Domain-specific patterns in divergent thinking and creative problem solving. Frontiers in Psychology, section Educational Psychology, 12, 626911.
  • He, W. J.* (2018). A four-year longitudinal study of the sex-creativity relationship in childhood, adolescence, and emerging adulthood: Findings of mean and variability analyses. Frontiers in Psychology, section Educational Psychology, 9, 2331.
  • He, W. J.*, Wong, W. C, & Hui, A. N. N. (2017). Emotional reactions mediate the effect of music listening on creative thinking: Perspective of the arousal-and-mood hypothesis. Frontiers in Psychology, section Educational Psychology, 8, 1680.
  • He, W. J.*, Wong, W. C., & Chan M. K (2017). Overexcitabilities as important psychological attributes of creativity: A Dabrowskian perspective. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 25, 27-35.
  • He, W. J.* & Wong, W. C. (2017). Stress appraisals of school transition in early adolescence: Longitudinal trends and gender differences. Journal of Education and Human Development, 6, 129-137.
  • He, W. J.* & Wong, W. C. (2015). Creativity slump and school transition stress: A sequential study from the 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, 315-327.
  • He, W. J.* & Wong, W. C. (2014). Greater male variability in Overexcitabilities: Domain-Specific Patterns. Personality and Individual Differences, 66, 27-32.
  • 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., 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, 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, 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, 21-48.
  • Chan, A. S.*, He, W. J., Cheung, M. C., Bai, Z., Poon, W. S., Sun, D., Zhu, X. L., & Chan, Y. L. (2003). Cutaneous stimulation improves function of a chronic patient with cerebellar damage. European Journal of Neurology, 10, 265-269.
  • Cheung, M. C., Chan, A. S.*, Chan, Y. L., Yeung, D. K. W., Lam, J. M. K., He, W. J., & Chung, M. C. B. (2001). Variations in memory performance: Hippocampal versus frontal involvement. Neuroimage, 13, 648-648.
  • Chan, A. S.*, Cheung, M. C, Ho, Y. C., & He, W. J. (2000). Localized brain activation by selective tasks improves specific cognitive functions in humans. Neuroscience Letter, 283, 162-164.


书籍章次

  • He, M. W. J.*, Hui, A. N. N., & Tsang, T. Y. M. (2022). Challenges for gifted and talented students in Hong Kong: Insights from an asynchronous development perspective and Chinese cultural values. In M. T. Hue, & S. Karim (Eds.). Supporting Diverse Students in an Asian Inclusive Classroom: From Policies and Theories to Practices (pp.108–123). London: Routledge.
  • Hui, A. N. N.*, & He, M. W. J. (2021). A life-span developmental approach to creativity. In J. C. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.). Creativity: An Introduction (pp. 67–83). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hui, A. N. N.*, He, M. W. J., & Wong, W. C. (2019). Understanding the development of creativity across the life span. In J. C. Kaufman & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.). The Cambridge Handbook of Creativity, Second Edition (pp. 69–87). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hui, A. N. N.*, He, M. W. J., Kuo, C. C., Tan, A. G., Lyu, V. Y. F. & Chan, L. K. (2018). Gaps and go’s in policy, practice and research of gifted education in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. In K. J. Kennedy, & J. C. K. Lee (Eds.). Routledge International Handbook of Schools and Schooling in Asia (pp. 555-569). London: Routledge.
  • He, M. W. J.*, Wong, W. C., & Hui, A. N. N. (2015). Gender differences in means and variability on creative thinking: Patterns in childhood, adolescence, and emerging adulthood. In A. G. Tan & C. Perleth (Eds.), Creativity, Culture and Development (pp. 85-98). Singapore: Springer.
  • Hui, A.N. N.*, He, M. W. J., 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, W. J., Tjia, L., Choi, S., & Lee, K. (2012). Research Report on the Effectiveness of the Pilot Scheme on Arts Education in Kindergartens. Hong Kong: Ming Ri Institute for Arts Education.
  • Hui, A. N. N.*, He, M. W. J., & Liu-Au, E. S. C. (2012). Creativity and early talent development in the arts in young and schoolchildren. In A. G. Tan (Ed.), Creativity, Talent and Excellence (pp.75-87). Singapore: Springer.


社区及专业服务

  • Reviewer of academic journals and book publishers (2013-present)
    • Thinking Skills and Creativity
    • Personality and Individual Differences
    • Learning and Individual Differences
    • Frontiers in Psychology
    • Journal of Mental Health
    • The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher
    • Psychological Reports
    • Scientific Reports
    • Springer
    • etc.
  • External reviewer (2021) for research proposals under the Competitive Research Schemes by Research Grants Council (RGC) of HKSAR
  • Committee member of the Curriculum Development Council (Gifted Education; 2013-2019), Education Bureau (EDB), HKSAR
  • Specialist (2011-2017), Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ)
  • Member of the International Programme Committee for International Conference on Computational Thinking Education 2017 (CTE2017), Hong Kong
  • Council member (2013-2014) of the Hong Kong Gifted Education Teachers’ Association
  • Interviewer for Leadership Selection (2011-2015), The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE)
  • Invited guest lecturer (2011-2012), Department of Educational Psychology, CUHK
  • Member of the organizing committee of the International Conference on Neuropsychology: Recent Advances in the East and West (2003), Hong Kong

刘铎博士

副教授, 副系主任

(852) 2948 8639
duoliu@eduhk.hk

刘铎博士
副教授, 副系主任
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(852) 2948 7983
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duoliu@eduhk.hk
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刘淑娴博士

高级讲师I,副系主任

(852) 2948 8107
pollylau@eduhk.hk

刘淑娴博士
高级讲师I,副系主任
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(852) 2948 8107
(852) 2948 7794
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pollylau@eduhk.hk
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专门: 言语、语言、沟通障碍、听力复康及辅导

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

简介

刘淑娴女士为特殊教育与辅导学系的高级专任导师。她拥有言语治疗师及听力学家双专科的专业资格,并拥有多年临床教学的经验。她曾於香港大学教育学院言语及听觉科学部出任临床导师、於多间大专院校出任名誉讲师/客席讲师及为政府资助团体的言语治疗队伍担任的在职培训工作。

 

教学范畴

  • 言语、语言、沟通发展与障碍
  • 言语、语言及沟通障碍之评估及治疗
  • 听力复康 
  • 学校指导及辅导

 

研究领域

  • 言语发展
  • 儿童言语及语言障碍
  • 构音肌能之学习 

 

临床教学经验

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

 

研究及学术经验

  1. Project Co-supervisor and Lead Developer
    (Project: “Harnessing Online Technologies for Quality Access to Education and Lifelong Learning: Innovations @FEHD and the Next Level”; Central Research Allocation Fund of EdUHK; 2018 – 2020)
  2. Principle Investigator
    (Project: An eLearning Clinical Teaching Package for the MScESLPLD”; Teaching Development Seed Fund of SEC; 2018 - 2019)
  3. Co-investigator
    (Project: Intervention Efficacy of Assistive Listening Devices for Chinese Children with Dyslexia – a Randomized Controlled Trial; Health and Medical Research Fund: Project Reference Number: 14150431; 2017 - 2019)
  4. Consultant Speech Therapist
    (Project: “An Educational Story Series on Parent Education and Children Development”; Child Care Services of Po Leung Kuk; 2017 - 2018)
  5. Consultant Speech Therapist
    (Project: “An Online Platform for Individualized Education Plan”; Po Leung Kuk Child Care Services; 2017 - 2018)
  6. Principle Investigator
    (Project: “An Evidence-based Clinical Education Model for the MScESLPLD”; Teaching Development Seed Fund of SEC; 2015 - 2016)
  7. Principle Consultant
    [Project: A teaching package on social communication - “Visual & Video Modelling (VIVID)”; Po Leung Kuk Child Care Services; 2014 - 2016)

 

社区及专业服务

  1. Clinical Consultant, YWCA Wong Chuen King Student Development Centre (2016 – now)
  2. Clinical Consultant, Po Leung Kuk Child Care Services (2014 – now)
  3. Guest Speaker, The Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong (2007 – now)
  4. Honorary Advisor, Rehabilitation & Youth Services, Yan Chai Hospital (2004 – now)
  5. Clinical Consultant, K.C. Liang Po Lam Early Education and Training Service of Haven of Hope Christian Service (2013 - now, 2005-2006)
  6. Clinical Consultant, Haven of Hope Sunnyside Enabling Centre, Haven of Hope Christian Service (2013 – 2018)
  7. Academic Member, Expert Panel of the Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists (2013  - 2016)

 

期刊论文

  1. Yiu, EML., Murdoch, B., Hird, K., Lau, P., Ho, EM. (2008). Cultural and language differences in voice quality perception: A preliminary investigation using synthesized signals. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 60, 107 – 119.
  2. 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.
  3. Yiu EM, Murdoch B, Hird K, Lau P. (2002). Perception of synthesized voice quality in connected speech by Cantonese speakers. Journal of Acoustic Society of America, 112, 1091–1101.

 

专业学会会籍

  • 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).

王立志博士

副教授, 副系主任

(852) 2948 8408
wanglca@eduhk.hk

王立志博士
副教授, 副系主任
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(852) 2948 7794
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专门: 发展性读写障碍,多动症

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.

 

简介

Dr. WANG, Li-Chih Angus obtained his Ph.D. in special education from the National University of Tainan in Taiwan. Before joining our department this year, he served as an Associate Professor at National Tsing Hua University and EdUHK. He had previously taught in various educational settings within the realm of special education, encompassing preschool, primary, and secondary stages. His research interests include the cognitive and linguistic abilities related to Chinese SpLD, with a main focus on temporal processing. This extends to studies aimed at enhancing these cognitive and linguistic capabilities, as well as refining the pedagogical and assessment methods tailored to this population. Additionally, his research interests encompass the mental health and school life of students with Chinese SpLD, and how these conditions impact their reading performance or learning. Over recent years, he has been the recipient of research grants funded by the Research Grant Council (Hong Kong), Education Bureau (Hong Kong), National Science and Technology Council (Taiwan), Ministry of Education (Taiwan), and Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (Malaysia).

 

教学领域

  • 特殊学习障碍
  • 读写障碍
  • 中文学生的阅读及学习的特殊教育需要

 

研究领域

  • 中文读写障碍学生的认知及阅读能力
  • 中文读写障碍学生的异质性
  • 中文读写障碍及多动症学生的合并症
 
专业资格
  • 专科以上学校 讲师证书.
  • 国民小学特殊教育 教师证
  • 国民小学普通教育 教师证
  • 中华人民共和国高级谘商心理师 证书

 

学术活动

  • President of Taiwan Academy for Learning Disabilities 2023 – 2026
  • Editorial Board Member of BMC Psychology (SSCI) 2023 – present
  • Editorial Board Member of Scientific Reports (SCI) 2023 – present
  • Editorial Board Member of Tsing Hua Journal of Educational 
    Research 2023 – present
  • Editorial Board Member of Cogent Education (ESCI journal) 2022 – present
  • Member of Editor Board of IAFOR Journal of Language Learning
  • Board Member of Taiwan Academy for Learning Disabilities
  • Selected Member of International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities
  • Member of Conference Organizing Committee of 2017 Association for Reading and Writing in Asia
  • Member of Association for Reading and Writing in Asia
  • Member of Society for the Scientific Study of Reading
  • Member of Special Education Association of the Republic of China

 

获奖/通过计画

  • Faculty ‘Quality Journal Article’ Award in 2016/17
  • Faculty’s Top 10% Publication Awards 2015/16
  • 台湾学障学会第八届年会暨学术研讨会最佳新人论文奖
  • 国科会「奖励人文与社会科学领域博士候选人撰写博士论文」
  • 国科会补助博士生赴国外研究

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • Do children learn Chinese with receiving phonetic system training affect the role of auditory temporal processing to reading? – A longitudinal study [UGC General Research Fund (GRF), 2019-2022, L. C. Wang (PI) with K. K. H. Chung, D. Liu and S. Y. Chiu].
  • The effective use of Chinese stem-deriving instruction for Chinese children with dyslexia [Quality Education Fund (QEF), 2019-2021, L. C. Wang (PI) with K. K. H. Chung and D. Liu].
  • Examine the relationships between reading prosody and reading comprehension in Chinese primary school children: A cross-sectional design [UGC/EdUHK Internal Research Grant (IRG), 2018-2019, L. C. Wang (PI) with K. K. H. Chung, D. Liu and L. Y. L. Kwan-Chen]
  • Expressive prosody of Chinese children with dyslexia [Departmental Research Seed Fund, 2018-2019, L. C. Wang (PI) with D. Liu and L. Y. L. Kwan-Chen]
  • How phonetic system training change the way we read Chinese? An ERP study [Internal Research Fund from Centre for Educational and Developmental Sciences, 2018-2019, L. C. Wang (PI) with K. K. H. Chung, D. Liu, Y. N. Yum, S. Y., Chiu]
  • 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
     

期刊论文

  • Jhuo, R. A., Yang, H. M., Tsai, H. J., & Wang, L. C (2023). How Does Visual Temporal Processing Affect Chinese Character Reading in Children With Dyslexia? From the Perspective of Inhibition. Journal of Learning Disabilities., .-.. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1177/00222194231207549
  • Chung, K. K. H., Lam, C. B., Chan, K. S.-C., Lee, A. S. Y., Liu, C., & Wang, L.-C. (2023). Are General Anxiety, Reading Anxiety, and Reading Self-Concept Linked to Reading Skills Among Chinese Adolescents With and Without Dyslexia?. Journal of Learning Disabilities., .-.. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022219423118191
  • Chen, J. K., Pan, Z., & Wang, L. C. (2023). Parental Beliefs and Actual Use of Corporal Punishment, School Violence and Bullying, and Depression in Early Adolescence Parental beliefs and actual use of corporal punishment, school violence and bullying, and depression in early adolescence. International journal of environmental research and public health18(12), 6270-.. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph1812627
  • Xu, Z., Wang, L.-C., Chung, K. K. H., Zhang, X., Li, N., & Liu, D. (2023). Contributions of cognitive flexibility to reading comprehension in Chinese beginning readers. Reading and Writing., .-..
  • Chen, J. K., Lin, L., Hong, J. S., & Wang, L. C. (2023). Temporal association of parental corporal punishment with violence in school and cyberbullying among adolescents. Child Abuse & Neglect143, .-.. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2023.106251
  • Chen, J.-K., Yang, B., Lin, C.-Y., & Wang, L.-C. (2023). Affiliation With Delinquent Peers as a Mediator of the Relationships Between Family Conflict and School Bullying: A ShortTerm Longitudinal Panel Study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence39(19-20), 1-17. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1177/08862605231175517
  • Wang, L. C., Liu, D., Yum, Y. N., Chung, K. K. H., Chu, S. Y., Tai, P. L. A., Xu, Z., Kuo, H. C., & Chang, C. C. (2023). The relationship between auditory temporal processing, phonological processing and reading in Hong Kongese and Taiwanese children: from kindergarten to primary school. Journal for the Study of Education and Development., .-.. https://doi.org/10.1080/02103702.2023.2197348
  • Chen, J. K., Yang, B., Wang, L. C., Chang, C. W., & Lin, C. Y (2023). Is psychological distress a risk factor or an outcome of school violence and cyberbullying perpetrated by adolescents? A short-term longitudinal panel study. Journal of interpersonal violence38(15-16), .-.. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1177/08862605231163249
  • Chen, J. K., Wang, S. C., & Wang, L. C. (2023). Syndemic Profiles and Sexual Health Risks Among Sexually Exploited Adolescent Girls in Taiwan: A Latent Class Analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior52(4), 1631-1641. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-023-02545-2
  • Chen, J.-K., Chang, C.-W., Lin, C.-Y., & Wang, L.-C. (2023). An Investigation of Longitudinal Associations Between Psychological Distress and Student Victimization by Teachers. Journal of Interpersonal Violence38(3-4), 3279-3297. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1177/08862605221106134
  • Wang, L.-C., Chen, J.-K., & Poon, K. (2023). Relationships Between State Anxiety and Reading Comprehension of Chinese Students With and Without Dyslexia: A Cross-Sectional Design. Learning Disability Quarterly46(4), 247-260. https://doi.org/10.1177/07319487221149413
  • Wang, L.-C., Xu, Z., Liu, D., Kwan-Chen, L. L.-Y., Chung, K. K.-H., Cho, H.-Y., & Chen, J.-K. (2022). Age differences in the relation between Chinese students’ prosodic sensitivity and reading comprehension: From nine to fifteen years. Cognitive Development64 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cogdev.2022.101234
  • Wang, L.-C., Chu, S. M. S., & Chen, J.-K. (2022). Humor Comprehension of Chinese Adolescents with and without Dyslexia. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education., .-.. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1080/1034912X.2022.2122416
  • Wang, L.-C., Liu, D., Kwan-Chen, L.-Y., Chung, K. K.-H., & Chen, J. K. (2022). Lower prosodic sensitivity in Chinese children with dyslexia and its impact on Chinese reading. Dyslexia28(3), 342-358. https://doi.org/10.1002/dys.1720
  • Wang, L.-C., Chen, J.-K., & Tsai, H.-J. (2022). Anxiety and Reading Comprehension of Chinese Children with and withoutReading Disabilities: The Role of Processing Speed. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice37(2), 113-123. https://doi.org/ 10.1111/ldrp.12279
  • Liu, D., Xu, Z., & Wang, L. C. (2022). The interaction between morphological awareness and word detection skills in predicting speeded passage reading in primary and secondary school Chinese readers. Frontiers in Psychologypublished online https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.802005
  • Chen, JK., Wu, C. & Wang, LC. (2021). Longitudinal Associations Between School Engagement and Bullying Victimization in School and Cyberspace in Hong Kong: Latent Variables and an Autoregressive Cross‑Lagged Panel Study. School Mental Health13(3), 462-472. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12310-021-09439-5
  • Poon, K., Ho, M. S. H., & Wang, L. C. (2021). Examining the distinctive working memory profiles in Chinese children with the predominantly inattentive subtype of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and reading difficulties. Frontiers in Psychology12, 718112.
  • Chen, J. K., Chang, C. W., Wang, Z., Wang, L. C., & Wei, H. S. (2021). Cyber deviance among adolescents in Taiwan: Prevalence and correlates. Children and Youth Services Review126, .-.. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2021.106042
  • Wang, L. C. (2021). Anxiety and depression among Chinese childrenwith and without reading disabilities. Dyslexia27(3), 355-372. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1002/dys.1691
  • Liu, C., Chung, K.K.H., Wang, L.-C., & Liu, D. (2021). The Relationship Between Paired Associate Learning and Chinese Word Reading in Kindergarten Children. Journal of Research in Reading44(2), 264-283.
  • Wang, L.-C., & Chung, K. K. H. (2021). Do Taiwanese Undergraduate Students with SLD Use Different LearningStrategies than Students without These Disabilities?. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice37(1), 6-17. https://doi-org.ezproxy.eduhk.hk/10.1111/ldrp.12269
  • Wang, L.-C., Li, X., & Chung, K. K. H. (2021). Relationships between test anxiety and metacognition in Chinese young adults with and without specific learning disabilities. Annals of Dyslexia71(1), 103-126.
  • Xu, Z., Wang, L.-C., Liu, D., Chen, Y., & Tao, L. (2020). The Moderation Effect of Processing Efficiency on the Relationship Between Visual Working Memory and Chinese Character Recognition. Frontiers in Psychology11, 1899-..
  • Wang, L.-C., Liu, D., Chung, K. K. H., & Chu, S.-Y. (2020). The link between auditory temporal processing and knowledge of the phonological coding system in learning to read Chinese. Learning and Individual Differences80, .-..
  • Wang, L.-C. (2020). The relationships among temporal processing, rapid naming, and oral reading fluency in Chinese children with and without dyslexia. Learning Disability Quarterly, 43(3), 167-178. doi: 10.1177/0731948719892075
  • Wang, L. C. *, & Yang, H. M. (2020). The roles of various attention on temporal processing deficits in Chinese children with and without dyslexia. Learning Disability Quarterly. doi: 10.1177/0731948719856300
  • Liu, S., Wang, L. C., & Liu, D*. (2019). Deficits of visual search in Chinese children with dyslexia. Journal of Research in Reading, 42(2), 454-468.
  • Liu, S., Wang, L. C.,* & Liu, D. (2019). Auditory, visual, and cross-modal temporal processing skills among Chinese children with developmental dyslexia. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 52(6), 431-441.doi: 10.1177/0022219419863766
  • Wang, L. C.*, & Liu, D., & Xu, Z. (2019). Distinct effects of visual and auditory temporal processing training to reading-related abilities and reading of Chinese children with dyslexia. Annals of Dyslexia. doi:10.1007/s11881-019-00176-8
  • Wang, L. C.*, Liu, D., Chen, J. K., & Wu, Y. C. (2018). Processing speed of dyslexia: the relationship between temporal processing and rapid naming. Reading and Writing, 31(7), 1645-1668. doi:10.1007/s11145-

教学人员

Dr AHORSU Daniel Kwasi

研究助理教授

(852) 2948 8590
dkahorsu@eduhk.hk

Dr AHORSU Daniel Kwasi
研究助理教授
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(852) 2948 8590
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Specialisation: Clinical Psychology, Neuroscience (cognitive and affective)

 

PhD, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

MPhil, University of Ghana

BA, University of Ghana

 

Introduction 

Dr Ahorsu is a result-oriented clinical psychologist with over a decade of experience in conducting research. He is currently serving as an academic editor at PLos One, and an early career editorial board member at the Asian Journal of Psychiatry. He has served in several clinical capacities including heading the employee assistance programme (EAP). As a clinical psychologist, the ultimate outcome of any research is to make life better, longer, and worth living. Guided by this assertion, my research mainly focuses on translating knowledge in psychology and neuroscience into understanding the thinking, feeling, and action of people with different health conditions so as to proffer appropriate treatment for them. Hence, my research interest can be partitioned into three areas. The first is on psychometrics—construction, validation, assessment, and other related activities. The second is on neuroscience (affective and cognitive)—understanding how people process various forms of information. The third is on (neuro)psychological intervention or neurocognitive rehabilitation—examining factors that affect the optimal functioning of humans and designing interventional techniques to remediate it. Broadly, the focus of my research interest is to assess and understand people with mental illness using traditional and cutting-edge research techniques so as to treat or recommend appropriate treatment for them.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Basic Research Methods and Proposal
  • Social-Emotional Development and Special Needs

 

Research Interests

  • Mental health
  • Neuroscience (cognitive and affective)
  • Therapeutic interventions
  • Psychometrics

 

Academic Conference and Presentation

  • Ahorsu D. K., Sánchez Vidaña D. I., Lipardo D., Shah P. B., Cruz G. P., Shende S., Gurung, S., Venkatesan H., Duongthuothewa A., Ansari T. Q., & Schoeb M. V. (2019). De-mythifying mental health taboo: Can an educational programme in combination with workshops change the perspective towards mental health and help seeking behavior among university students in Hong Kong? Oral presentation. 5th International conference on medical and Health Sciences. mental Health: Everyone's Responsibility. Organized by Medical Education Centre for Research Innovation and Training, (MECRIT), and the Khesar Gyalpo University of Medical Sciences of Bhutan (KGUMSB), 25th to 27th October 2019, Thimpu, Bhutan.
  • Ahorsu, D. K. & Tsang, H. W. H (2018). The effects of emotional expressions on attention-inhibition processes of depressed patients: An ERP systematic review. A presentation at 11th Pan Pacific Rehabilitation Conference, 17 – 18 November, 2018.
  • Ahorsu, D. K. & Tsang, H. W. H (2018). Do people with depression always have decreased cognitive processing speed? Evidence through Electrophysiological lens. A presentation at 11th Pan Pacific Rehabilitation Conference, 17 – 18 November, 2018.

 

Community and Professional Services

  • Editor/Editorial Board Member (Early Career)
  • PLos One
  • Asian Journal of Psychiatry

 

Publications

  • Adjaottor, E. S., Addo, F. M., Ahorsu, F. A., Chen, H. P., & Ahorsu, D. K.* (2022). Predictors of COVID-19 stress and COVID-19 vaccination acceptance among adolescents in Ghana. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(13), 7871. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19137871
  • Ahorsu, D. K., Lin, C.-Y., Alimoradi, Z., Griffiths, M. D., Chen, H.-P., Broström, A., Timpka, T., & Pakpour, A. H. (2022). Cyberchondria, fear of COVID-19, and risk perception mediate the association between problematic social media use and intention to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines, 10(1), 122. https://doi.org/10.3390/vaccines10010122
  • Ahorsu, D. K., Lin, C.-Y., Chen, I. H., Ullah, I., Shoib, S., Zahid, S. U., Adjaottor, E. S., Addo, F.-M., & Pakpour, A. H. (2022). The psychometric properties of motors of COVID-19 vaccination acceptance scale (MoVac-COVID19S): A dataset across five regions. Data in Brief, 42, 108103. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2022.108103
  • Ahorsu, D. K., Lin, C.-Y., Marznaki, Z. H., & H. Pakpour, A. (2022). The association between fear of COVID-19 and mental health: The mediating roles of burnout and job stress among emergency nursing staff [https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.1154]. Nursing Open, 9(2), 1147-1154. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1002/nop2.1154
  • Ahorsu, D. K., Lin, C.-Y., Yahaghai, R., Alimoradi, Z., Broström, A., Griffiths, M. D., & Pakpour, A. H. (2022). The mediational role of trust in the healthcare system in the association between generalized trust and willingness to get COVID-19 vaccination in Iran. Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics, 18(1), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1080/21645515.2021.1993689
  • Chen, I.-H., Wu, P.-L., Yen, C.-F., Ullah, I., Shoib, S., Zahid, S. U., Bashir, A., Iqbal, N., Addo, F.-M., Adjaottor, E. S., Amankwaah, G. B., Ahorsu, D. K., Griffiths, M. D., Lin, C.-Y., & Pakpour, A. H. (2022). Motors of COVID-19 vaccination acceptance scale (MoVac-COVID19S): Evidence of measurement invariance across five countries. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, 15, 435-445. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.2147/RMHP.S351794
  • Fan, C.-W., Chen, J.-S., Addo, F.-M., Adjaottor, E. S., Amankwaah, G. B., Yen, C.-F., Ahorsu, D. K., & Lin, C.-Y. (2022). Examining the validity of the drivers of COVID-19 vaccination acceptance scale using Rasch analysis. Expert Review of Vaccines, 21(2), 253-260 https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14760584.2022.2011227
  • Imani, V., Ahorsu, D. K., Taghizadeh, N., Parsapour, Z., Nejati, B., Chen, H. P., & Pakpour, A. H. (2022). The mediating roles of anxiety, depression, sleepiness, insomnia, and sleep quality in the association between problematic social media use and quality of life among patients with cancer. Healthcare (Basel), 10(9), 1745. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare10091745
  • Lin, C.-Y., Fan, C.-W., Ahorsu, D. K., Lin, Y. C., Weng, H.-C., & Griffiths, M. D. (2022). Associations between vaccination and quality of life among Taiwan general population: A comparison between COVID-19 vaccines and flu vaccines. Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics, 2079344. https://doi.org/10.1080/21645515.2022.2079344
  • Oppong, D., Adjaottor, E. S., Addo, F.-M., Nyaledzigbor, W., Ofori-Amanfo, A. S., Chen, H.-P., & Ahorsu, D. K.* (2022). The Mediating Role of Selfitis in the Associations between Self-Esteem, Problematic Social Media Use, Problematic Smartphone Use, Body-Self Appearance, and Psychological Distress among Young Ghanaian Adults. Healthcare, 10(12).
  • Weng, Y., Lin, J., Ahorsu, D. K., & Tsang, H. W. H. (2022). Neuropathways of theory of mind in schizophrenia: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 137, 104625. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neubiorev.2022.104625
  • Wu, Y.-P., Ahorsu, D. K., Chen, J.-S., Lee, C.-H., Lin, C.-Y., & Griffiths, M. D. (2022). The role of demographic factors, mindfulness and perceived stress in resilience among nurses: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Nursing Management. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.13715

 

Notes

*Corresponding author

These authors contributed equally to this work.

陈伟兰博士

助理教授

(852) 2948 8303
winniechan@eduhk.hk

陈伟兰博士
助理教授
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(852) 2948 8303
D2-2/F-21
winniechan@eduhk.hk
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专门: Cognitive development, learning and instruction, educational psychology

 

PhD in Educational Psychology, The University of Hong Kong

 

介绍

Dr. Winnie Chan is interested in children’s learning and development.  In particular, her research focuses on children’s mathematical learning and difficulties.  Her recent projects examine how home environment including parent-child activities and interactions can support children’s mathematical development.  As an educational psychologist, Dr. Winnie Chan works on intervention projects to devise learning strategies and programs to support children’s learning. 

 

教学领域

  • Classroom Diversity
  • Inclusive Education

 

研究领域

  • Cognitive development
  • Mathematical learning
  • Home learning environment
  • Learning and instruction
  • Learning disabilities

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • Home numeracy and early math learning (P.I.; General Research Fund, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong, 2019-22; Direct Costs: HK$693,272)
  • Young children making sense of multi-digit numbers (P.I.; General Research Fund, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong, 2016-19; Direct Costs: HK$662,584)
  • Understanding the core deficits and subtypes of mathematical difficulties among Chinese children (P.I.; Early Career Scheme, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong, 2014-17; Direct Costs: HK$393,000)

 

期刊论文

  • Tam, Y. P., & Chan, W. W. L. (2022). The differential relations between sub-domains of spatial abilities and mathematical performance in children. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 71, 102101. doi/org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2022.102101
  • Tsang, K. K. Y., Shum, K K-M., Chan, W. W. L., Li, S. X., Kwan, H. W., Su, M. R., Wong, B. P. H., & Lam, S-F. (2021). Effectiveness and mechanisms of mindfulness training for school teachers in difficult times: A Randomized controlled trial. Mindfulness, 12, 2820-2831. doi/org/10.1007/s12671-021-01750-1
  • Cheung, S. K., & Chan, W. W. L. (2021). The roles of different executive functioning skills in young children’s mental computation and applied mathematical problem‐solving. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 40, 151-169. doi:10.1111/bjdp.12396
  • Hornburg, C. B., Borriello, G. A., Kung, M., Lin, J., Litkowski, E., Cosso, J., Ellis, A., King, Y., Zippert, E., Cabrera, N. J., Davis-Kean, P., Eason, S. H., Hart, S. A., Iruka, I. U., LeFevre, J.-A., Simms, V., Susperreguy, M. I., Cahoon, A., Chan, W. W. L., … Purpura, D. J.* (2021). Next directions in measurement of the home mathematics environment: An international and interdisciplinary perspective. Journal of Numerical Cognition, 74, 195-220. doi.org/10.5964/jnc.6143
  • Lam, S-F., Shum, K, K-M., Chan, W. W. L., & Tsoi, E, W. S. (2021). Acceptance of outgroup members in schools: Developmental trends and roles of perceived norm of prejudice and teacher support. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 91, 676-690. doi:10.1111/bjep.12387
  • Kong, M. N. K., & Chan, W. W. L. (2021). Automatic processing of place-value in kindergarteners. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 18, 446-458. doi:10.1080/17405629.2020.1854216
  • Chan, W. W. L., & Kwan, J. L. Y. (2021). Pathways to word problem solving: The mediating roles of schema construction and mathematical vocabulary. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 65, 101963. doi:10.1016/j.cedpsych.2021.101963
  • Shum, K, K-M., Chan, W. W. L., Tsoi, E, W. S., & Lam, S-F. (2020). Being the minority hurts or helps? A moderated mediation model on group membership, cross-cultural acceptance, and school adjustment. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 24, 1355-1371. doi:10.1177/1368430220952137
  • Shum, H. Y., & Chan, W. W. L. (2020). Young children’s inhibition of keyword heuristic in solving arithmetic word problems. Human Behaviour and Brain, 1, 43-48. doi:10.37716/HBAB.2020010202
  • Chan, W. W. L. (2020). Counting enhances kindergarteners’ mappings of number words onto numerosities. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:153. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00153
  •  Chan, W. W. L., & Wong, T. T-Y. (2020). Subtypes of mathematical difficulties and their stability. Journal of Educational Psychology, 112, 649-666. doi:10.1037/edu0000383
  • Tsoi, E. W. S., Lai, H. Y., Chan, E. W. M., Shum, K. K. M., Chan, W. W. L., & Lam, S-F. (2019). School without borders – Inclusion program for primary school students. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Jockey Club & Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
  • Tsoi, E. W. S., Lai, H. Y., Chan, E. W. M., Chan, W. W. L., Shum, K. K. M., & Lam, S-F. (2019). School without borders – Inclusion program for secondary school students. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Jockey Club & Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong.
  • Wong, T. T-Y., & Chan, W. W. L. (2019). Identifying children with persistent low math achievement throughout elementary school years. Learning and Instruction, 60, 29-40. doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2018.11.006
  • Tam, Y. P., Wong, T. T-Y., & Chan, W. W. L. (2019). The relation between spatial skills and mathematical skills: The mediating role of mental number line representation. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 56, 14-24. doi: 10.1016/j.cedpsych.2018.10.007
  • Chan, W. W. L., & Wong, T. T-Y. (2019). Visuospatial pathways to mathematical achievement. Learning and Instruction, 62, 11-19. doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2019.03.001
  • Chan, W. W. L., Au, T. K., Lau, N. T. T., & Tang, J. (2017). Counting errors as a window onto children's place-value concept. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 51, 123-130. doi:10.1016/j.cedpsych.2017.07.001
  • Mok, W. S. Y., & Chan, W. W. L. (2016). How do tests and writing tasks enhance long-term retention of students with different levels of test anxiety? Instructional Science, 44, 567-581. doi: 10.1007/s11251-016-9393-x
  • Chan, W. W. L., & Wong, T. T-Y. (2016). The underlying number–space mapping among kindergarteners and its relation with early numerical abilities. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 148, 35-50. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2016.03.010
  • Ho, C. S-H., Wong, T. T-Y., & Chan, W. W. L. (2015). Mathematics learning and its difficulties among Chinese children in Hong Kong. In S. Chinn (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Dyscalculia and Mathematical Learning Difficulties (pp. 193-202). New York: Routledge.
  • Chan, W. W. L. (2014). Understanding and processing numbers among Chinese children. Psychology & Neuroscience, 7, 583-491. doi:10.3922/j.psns.2014.4.18
  • Chan, W. W. L., Au, T. K., & Tang, J. (2014). Strategic counting: A novel assessment of place-value understanding. Learning and Instruction, 29, 78-94. doi: 10.1016/j.learninstruc.2013.09.001
  • Au, T. K., Chan, W. W. L., Cheng, L., Siegel, L. S., & Tso, R. V. Y. (2014). Can non-interactive language input benefit young second-language learners? Journal of Child Language, 42, 323-350. doi: 10.1017/S0305000913000627
  • Chan, W. W. L., Au, T. K., & Tang, J. (2013). Developmental dyscalculia and low numeracy in Chinese children. Research in Developmental Disabilities,34, 1613-1622. doi: 10.1016/j.ridd.2013.01.030
  • Chan, W. W. L., Au, T. K., & Tang, J. (2011). Exploring the developmental changes in automatic two-digit number processing. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 109, 263-274. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2011.01.010

陈源博士

助理教授

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陈源博士
助理教授
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专长﹕ 听力学及语言发展

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

 

教学领域

  • 特殊学习困难
  • 听力学

 

研究领域

  • 助听器
  • 人工耳蜗
  • 言语识别
  • 语言发展

 

期刊论文

*Corresponding authors

  • Chen Y*. (2022). Is Cantonese lexical tone information important for sentence recognition accuracy in quiet and in noise? PloS one, 17(10), e0276254. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0276254
  • Chen, Y*., Chan, S. S., & Yu, J. Wong, L. L., (2022). Speech Perception in Noise Is Associated With Different Cognitive Abilities in Chinese-Speaking Older Adults With and Without Hearing Aids. Frontiers in Psychology, 12.
  • Chen, Y*., Wong, L. L., Kuehnel, V., Qian, J., Voss, S. C., & Shangqiguo, W. (2021). Can dual compression offer better mandarin speech intelligibility and sound quality than fast-acting compression? Trends in Hearing, 25, 2331216521997610.
  • Chen, Y*., & Wong, L. L. (2020). Development of the Mandarin Hearing in Noise Test for Children. International Journal of Audiology, 59(9), 707-712.
  • Chen, Y*., Qian, J., Kuehnel Volker, Voss, S. C., & Chen, F. Wong, L. L. N., (2019). The role of lexical tone information in the recognition of mandarin sentences in listeners with hearing aids. Ear and Hearing, doi:10.1097/AUD.0000000000000774.
  • Wong, L. L. N., Chen, Y*., & Leung, K. P. (2019). The Cantonese hearing in noise test for children. Trends in Hearing, 23, 2331216519837128. doi:10.1177/2331216519837128
  • Wong, L. L. N., Chen, Y*., Wang, Q., & Kuehnel, V. (2018). Efficacy of a hearing aid noise reduction function. Trends in Hearing, 22 doi:10.1177/2331216518782839
  • Wong, L. N., L., Sultana, L. N., 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. N. (2017). Speech perception in Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants: A systematic review. International Journal of Audiology, 56(sup2), S16. 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
  • Zhu, S., Huang L., Chen, F., Chen Y. (2015). Application of the Mandarin Tone Identification Test (MTIT) in children with hearing impairment. Chinese Journal of Otorrhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 50(8), 651-656. doi : http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED/26696203 
  • 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

 

学术会议论文

  • Chen Y. (2022, June): improving communication in older adults using a training program incorporated with auditory and working memory training. Invited presentation at the EDTECH Conference 2022-Inspiring & Emerging EDTECH in Special Education: Hong Kong
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L., Kuehnel, V., Qian, J., Voss, S. C., & Shangqiguo, W. (2021, April). Can Dual Compression Offer Better Mandarin Speech Intelligibility and Sound Quality Than Fast-Acting Compression?  Invited presentation at the Interdisciplinary Technologies for Auditory Prostheses 2021 (ITAP 2021): Shen Zhen, China. 
  • Chen, Y. (2019, June). Speech and langauge measures available for children with hearing impairment in mainland China. Invited presentation at the 2nd Conference for Family-Centered Early Intervention for Deaf or Hard of Hearing Children and Their Families, Lanzhou, China.
  • Chen, Y. (2019, May). How important is lexical tone information for the recognition of Chinese sentences: evidence from Mandarin- and Cantonese-speakers with normal hearing and hearing aids. Invited presentation at the Technical Note International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA) 2019 Program, Hong Kong, China.
  • Chen Y., Wong, L. L. N. (2018, October). The importance of tone contour on sentence intelligibility in Mandarin speaker with Hearing aids. Paper presented at World Congress of Audiology 2018. Cape Town, South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Chen, Y., Wong, L. L. N., Wang, Q. R., & Volker, K. (2017, December). Efficacy of Hearing Aid Noise Reduction Function. Invited paper presented at the International Workshop on the Impact of Auditory and Visual Impairment and its Community Care Solutions (AVICCS), Shenzhen, China.
  • Chen Y., Wong, L. L. N. & Xi, X. (2014, July).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, June). 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., & XI, X. (2014, May). 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, March). 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., Wong, A. M. Y., & Xi, X. (2013, November). 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.

 

社区及专业服务

  • Membership of International Society of Audiology 
  • Associate Membership of  Hong Kong Society of Audiology, Hong Kong.
  • 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.

詹浩洋博士

高级讲师I

(852) 2948-6345
hhychim@eduhk.hk

詹浩洋博士
高级讲师I
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专门: 特殊教育需要学生的课程、特殊教育需要学生教师观感、全方位支援学习困难学生

EdD, University of Bristol, UK
MAESP, City University of Hong Kong
PGSK, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Registered secondary/primary school teacher

Introduction

Dr Hastings Chim has been a registered primary and secondary school teacher as well as a lecturer in previously Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and currently the Education University of Hong Kong for more than twenty years. His serving schools have been diverse in which he once served as an English teacher in a primary school, the English panel head in a secondary school populated with 80-90% of students with SEN and also a high banding secondary school. Dr Hastings Chim is now majorly involved in frontline teacher education in catering learning diversity and various faculty and departmental funded projects. He received his Doctor of Education in University of Bristol with his research interest in Inclusive Teacher Education, Specific Learning Difficulties and Inclusive Education. Dr Hastings Chim is at present a teacher educator and an active researcher.

教学领域

  • Whole School Approach in Inclusive Education
  • Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)
  • Instructional strategies for teachers educating students with SEN

 

研究领域

  • Inclusive education
  • Inclusive teachers’ training
  • Dyslexia

 

近期及正进行的研究计划

2021-24

  1. Jockey Club Donation Project (Principal Investigator) : Second Phase of the Jockey Club Diversity at Schools Project(15.71 millions)

2020-21

  1. SEC Department Teaching Development Seed Fund (TDSF) (Principal investigator): Developing A Step-by-Step On-line Guidebook to Implement Capstone Projects in EDUHK with Videos and Reference Materials

2019-21

  1. SEC Department Fund (Principal investigator): Developing a web-based forum to assist in/pre-service teachers with inclusive teaching packages and video cases

2018-19

  1. SEC Department Teaching Development Seed Fund (TDSF) (Principal investigator): A multi-faceted inclusive teaching packages with lesson plans, teaching material and differentiated exercises across various subjects

2017- 19

  1. FEHD Faculty Leaders of Learning Cluster Grants (LLCG) ( Project Leader): Serving students with SEN using teaching/service package approach

2016-17

  1. FEHD Faculty Teaching Development Grant(TDG)  (Principal Investigator): Fostering discussion and collaborative inquiry through establishment of a case video library
  2. SEC Department Research Seed Fund (RSF) (Principal Investigator): Developing and validating a Chinese version of Teacher Evaluation Form (C-TEF) for an in-service special education training program

 

学术转移活动

2022-23

  • Workshop, “How Differentiated Curriculum and Assessments cater for school-based diversities”, Carmel Alison Lam Primary School
  • Workshop, “How to design the curriculum to cater for learning diversity for ASD/ADHD students”, PLK Lo Kit Sing (1983) College
  • Workshop, “How Executive Function Coaching caters the needs of students with ASD /ADHD”, TWGHs Wong Yee Jar Jat Memorial Primary School

2021-22

  • Workshop, “The assessment and implementation of Multimedia in Leaning and Teaching in Inclusive Classroom”, Xianggang Putonghua Yanxishe Primary School of Science and Creativity
  • Workshop, “How Executive Function could assist ASD and ADHD students demonstrate behavior management”, The CCC Chuen Yuen Second Primary School
  • Workshop, “How E-Learning apps and softwares could be utilized in supporting students with SEN”, TWGHs Wong Yee Jar Jat Memorial Primary School
  • Workshop, “How E-learning elements can be incorporated in Tier 1 and 2 support measures and related to curriculum differentiation”, Q.E.S. Old Student's Association Primary School
  • Workshop, “Curriculum differentiation for SpLD students based on Tier 1 Support" ,Sha Tin Dr Catherine F. Woo Memorial School
  • Workshop, “How to modify school-based support in four Key Learning Areas (KLAs)” ,Fanling Government Secondary School

2020-21

  • Workshop, “How to tailor make schemes of work and teaching materials for students with SEN”, Alliance Primary School (Sheung Shui)
  • Workshop, “Tier 1 and 2 support measures and curriculum differentiation”, Q.E.S. Old Student's Association Primary School
  • Workshop, “Helping SEN students in mainstream class with school-based adaptations in curriculum”, Xianggang Putonghua Yanxishe Primary School of Science and Creativity
  • Workshop, “How to design the curriculum to cater for learning diversity in Tier 1 and 2 level”, YL. Long Ping Estate Wing Chow School
  • Workshop, “Teaching dyslexic students with effective school based adaptations in curriculum”, Buddhist Lam Bing Yim Memorial School
  • Workshop, “School based curriculum support in catering for learning diversity”, The ELCHK Faith Lutheran School

2019-20

  • Workshop, “How to modify school-based support in four Key Learning Areas (KLAs)”, Kau Yan College
  • Workshop, ““How to adopt Executive Function coaching to assist students effective self-control and learning”, Wai Chow Public School (Sheung Shui)
  • Workshop, “Differentiated curriculum in catering for learning diversity”, The Education University of Hong Kong Jockey Club Primary School
  • Workshop, “Differentiation of school-based English curriculum”, Kowloon City Baptist Church Hay Nien (Yan Ping) Primary School
  • Workshop, “How to differentiate curriculum for NCS student”, Salesians of Don Bosco Ng Siu Mui Secondary School
  • Workshop, “Tier 1 and 2 support measures and curriculum differentiation”, ELCHK Faith Love Lutheran School”
  • Workshop, “How to monitor the school-based curriculum differentiation”, Alliance Primary School (Sheung Shui)
  • Workshop, “How to tailor make schemes of work and teaching materials for students with SEN”, CCC Chuen Yuen Second Primary School
  • Workshop, “How to design the curriculum to cater for learning diversity in Tier 1 and 2 level”, Wai Chow Public School (Sheung Shui)
  • Workshop, “Curriculum differentiation for core subjects in primary schools”, SKH Tak Tin Lee Shiu Keung Primary School
  • Workshop, “E-learning for dyslexic students in English classrooms”, Immaculate Heart of Mary School

2018-19

  • Workshop, “Tier 1 and 2 support for teaching English Subject”, Lingnan University Alumni Association (Hong Kong) Primary School
  • Workshop, “How e-learning can be adopted in Tier 1 and 2 setting”, C.C.C. Heep Woh Primary School (Cheung Sha Wan)
  • Workshop, “Review on school-based inclusive practices in learning and teaching”, Lok Sin Tong Leung Wong Wai Fong Memorial School
  • Workshop, “Workshops for inclusive strategies and executive functions”, Sha Tin Wai Dr. Catherine F. Woo Memorial School
  • Keynote Speaker, “Keynote speaker, Joint Secondary Schools Teachers Development Day”, Kowloon Technical School
  • Workshop, “Instructional strategies for catering for learning diversity”, TWGHs Lui Yun Choy Memorial College

2017-18

  • Workshop, “Differentiated assessment and assignments to cater for learning diversity in the classroom”, Fuk Tak Education Society Primary School
  • Workshop, “Teaching Chinese students with specific learning disabilities the letter names and letter sounds in a Hong Kong secondary school”, Christian Alliances S.Y. Yeh Memorial Primary School
  • Workshop, “How to utilize e-learning to cater the needs for SpLD students”, Yaumati Catholic Primary School

 2016-17

  • Workshop, “How to adopt Executive Function coaching to assist students effective self-control and learning (I)”, TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College
  • Seminar, “How to design and utilize multi-sensory teaching strategies to enhance the effectiveness of learning strategies”, S.K.H. St. John’s Primary School
  • Workshop, “How to adopt Executive Function coaching to assist students effective self-control and learning (II)”, TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College

2015-16

  • Seminar, “To strengthen students’ motivation and ability in learning English through the teaching of different subjects”, Yan Chai Hospital No.2 Secondary School
  • Workshop, “Designing IEP for AD/HD students”, Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui Primary School (Branch) 
  • Seminar, “Strategies for teaching diverse students in the classroom”, Fung Kai Innovative School

 

学术会议

2022-2023

  • Learning and Teaching Expo, 2022, What are the Roles of SENST in an Inclusive Setting?, 9-12-2022
  • BASE FYP Conference, Action Research and Capstone Project, 14-10-2022
  • SPFEO Conference, Administrative and Management Skills and Tasks at School, 17-2-2022

2021-2022

  • FEHD Conference, Glimpses and insights of supervising CP students based on Generic Research Methods (Capacity building for CP), 3-11-2021
  • BAT Conference, Developing Thematic Course on Supporting Students with SEN – Cognition and Learning Needs Focusing on students with Specific Learning Difficulties (Facilitating English Language Learning), 16-9-2021
  • FEHD Conference, FE Sharing session: How can we survive as FE supervisors to assess inclusive lessons and provide our students feedback?, 1-2-2021
  • BASE Conference, Administration Support for Children with SEN: One Page Profile & Transitions Assistance,18-1-2021

2020-2021

  • CSENIE & SESHK Conference, SENCo Seminar: What is next step for SENCO development? , 5-12-2020
  • SENCO Conference, Professional Sharing for SENCOs in Curriculum Differentiation in Catering For Learning Diversity, 27-7-2020
  • FEHD Conference, A Journey to the Supervision of Capstone Project, 22-6-2020

2019-2020

  • C&I departmental sharing, Sharing of supervision of Capstone Project, 6/12/2019
  • BAT Conference, The overall review of the Practicum Experiences for Thematic A English Course, 6/9/2019

2018-2019

  • FEHD Faculty Leaders of Learning Conference, Capacity building activity for Serving students with SEN using teaching/service package approach (2),11/10/2018 
  • BAT Conference, The overall review of the Practicum for Thematic A English Course for SpLD students and the new reflection log for the lesson observation, 8/9/2018
  • Hong Kong Productivity Council, Knowledge Transfer Seminar and Information Talks for MA(EC) and MScESLPLD, 16/6/2018
  • SEC In-house Learning and Teaching sharing, Sharing Session on Teaching Development Grant (TDG) and the teaching package,  24/5/2018
  • FEHD Faculty Leaders of Learning Conference, Capacity building activity for Empowering the successful faculty capstone projects with effective standardized categorization list, guidelines and evaluation form (1), 28/3/2018
  • The Association of Assistant Principals of Government Secondary Schools, Keynote speaker, “Joint Secondary Schools Teachers Development Day”, 19/1/2018

2017-18

  • BAT Conference, Curriculum design for new Advanced Course and English Thematic courses, 22/9/2017 
  • Conference on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs, Developing and validating a Chinese version of Teacher Evaluation Form (C-TEF) for an in-service special education training program, 11/7/2017
  • Conference on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs, Fostering discussion and collaborative inquiry through establishment of a case video library, 11/7/2017
  • International conference by The Association for Reading and Writing in Asia (ARWA), Teaching Chinese students with specific learning disabilities the letter names and letter sounds in a Hong Kong secondary school, 25/2/2017

2016-17

  • BAT Conference, The overall review of the Attachment (Learning and Teaching of Students with Cognition and Learning Needs) and the new construct for the lesson observation, 31/8/2016

2015-16

  • BAT Conference, Empowering try-out teaching in the new Advanced course, 31/8/2015

Internal Service

学系工作

  • SEC FE Coordinator, SEC Departmental & BEd (SN) Field Experience Coordinator
  • Co-program Coordinator, BAT Program commissioned by EDB
  • Coordinator, BAT Advanced Course (CMI)
  • Coordinator, BAT Advanced Course (EMI)
  • Coordinator, BAT Thematic Course (ENG) for SpLD and ID student
  • Representative of BAT in the SEC Departmental Review and Benchmarking Exercise
  • Representative of BAT in the Board of Examiner Meeting with Education Bureau
  • Representative of SEC in the Board of Examiner Meeting for PVE programme
  • Tutor, SENCO’s  training course
  • Producer, Video clip production for promoting BAT
     

学院工作

  • Production of short clips to promote inclusion strategies  

         (i) Multi-media instructional strategies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE0T61D3vJ0

         (ii) Classdojo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtD1VxPA2Wg

         (iii)The production of toondoo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLcQ7dLZkMs

  • Capstone Project Coordinator
     

奖项及荣誉

  • Departmental Award for the achievement of High Student Evaluation of Teaching Scores, Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Special Needs) C3B002, 5/2016

代表著作

学术会议论文及书藉章次

  • 林丝靖, 詹浩洋, & 何福全. (2017). 学思达融合教育影片个案教材套. 香港: 香港教育大学.

 

期刊论文

  • Chim, H. Y. H. (2015). 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), 44-56.
  • Chim, H. Y. H. (2015). 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), 95-109.
  • Chim, H. Y. H. (2015). Literature review of the cooperative learning strategy - Student Team Achievement Division (STAD). International Journal of Education, 7(1), 29-43.
  • Chim, H. Y. H. (2014). 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), 157-168.
  • Chim, H. Y. H. (2014). The analysis of the Hong Kong education policy “Language Proficiency Assessment for Teachers of English”. International Journal of Education, 6(4), 133-145.

 

其他出版

  • Lam, S. C. C., & Chim, H. Y. H. (2017). Teaching development grants final and financial report: Fostering discussion and collaborative inquiry through establishment of a case video library. Hong Kong.

 

社区及专业服务 

  • 2019 onwards- School adviser of Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School
  • 2019 - Invited Reviewer for Cambridge Journal of Education
  • 2020- Invited Reviewer for International Journal of Inclusive Education
  • 2020- Invited Reviewer for Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

赵明明教授

讲座教授 (数据分析及多元教育)

(852) 2948 8602
mingchiu@eduhk.hk

赵明明教授
讲座教授 (数据分析及多元教育)
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(852) 2948 8602
(852) 2948 7794
B1-2/F-15
mingchiu@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/ming-ming-chiu
专门:统计分析(特别是传统定性数据)

PhD (Education, Mathematics, Science and Technology), University of California in Berkeley
EdM (Interactive Technology), Harvard University
BS (Computer Science), Columbia University, magna cum laude

 

短片简介 (将於新视窗开启)

 

研究领域

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

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • 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

 

期刊论文(部份)

  • Wang, X. C., Christ, T., Chiu, M. M., & Strekalova-Hughes, E. (2019). Exploring the Relationship Between Kindergarteners’ Buddy Reading and Individual Comprehension of Interactive App Books. AERA Open, 5(3). 
  • Christ, T., Wang, X. C., Chiu, M. M., & Strekalova-Hughes, E. (2019). How App Books’ Affordances Are Related to Young Children’s Reading Behaviors and Outcomes. Aera Open, 5(2).
  • Slaten, C. D., Rose, C. A., Elison, Z. M., & Chiu, M. M. (2019). Understanding the connection between youths’ belonging, resilience, and self-regulatory learning. Educational & Child Psychology, 36, 2, 91-105.
  • Kuang, X., Mok, M. M. C., Chiu, M. M., & Zhu, J. (in press). Sense of school belonging: psychometric properties and differences across gender, grade and East Asian societies. PsyCH Journal.
  • Woo, C. K., Shiu, A., Chiu, M. M., & Liu, Y. (2018). Empirics of an online assessment system for individual scores (OASIS). Asian Journal of Educational Research, 6(2), 16–42.
  • Christ, T., Wang, X. C., & Chiu, M. M. (2019). Kindergarteners’ meaning making with multimodal app books: The relations amongst reader characteristics, app book characteristics, and comprehension outcomes. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 47, 357-372.
  • Li, S., Hao, L., Chiu, M. M., & Lu, M. (in press). Changes in aggression among mainland chinese elementary, junior high, and senior high school students across years: A cross-temporal meta-analysis. Aggression and Violent Behavior.
  • Xin, Y. P., Chiu, M. M., Tzur, R, Ma, X., Park, J. Y. & Yang, X. (in press). Linking teacher-learner discourse with mathematical reasoning of students with learning disabilities: An exploratory study. Learning Disability Quarterly.
  • Hao, L., Chiu, M. M., Cui, Y., Zhou, W., & Li, S. (2018). Parenting style and aggression: A meta-analysis of mainland Chinese children and youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 94, 446-455.
  • Boyd, M., Chiu, M. M., & Kong, Y. (in press) Signaling a language of possibility space:  Management of a dialogic discourse modality through speculation and reasoning word usage. Linguistics and Education (50), 25-35.
  • Hao, L., Chiu, M. M., & Li., S. (in press). Subjective well-being and internet overuse: A meta-analysis of mainland Chinese students. Current Psychology.
  • Yu, Y. M., & Chiu, M. M. (in press). Influences on the reflection quality of journal writing: An exploratory study. Reflective Practice.
  • Zhu, J. & Chiu, M. M. (in press). Immigrant students in Denmark: Why are they disadvantaged in civic learning? Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Psychology.
  • Zhu, J. & Chiu, M. M. (in press). Early home numeracy activities and later mathematics achievement: Early numeracy, interest, and self-efficacy as mediators. Educational Studies in Mathematics.
  • Chiu, M. M., Woo, C. K., Shiu, A., Liu, Y., & Luo, B. (in press). Reducing Costly Free-rider Effects via OASIS. International Journal of Comparative Education and Development.
  • Chiu, M. M., & Jeong, A. (in press). Gender, social distance, and justifications: Statistical discourse analysis of evidence and explanations in online debates Educational Technology Research and Development.
  • Chiu, M. M., & Oh, Y. W. (in press). How fake news differ from personal lies. American Behavioral Scientist. American Behavioral Scientist.
  • 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.

 

书籍章次

  • 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]

 

其他出版

  • 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.

 

社区及专业服务

  • 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

按此查阅详细个人简历

周颖诗博士

讲师I

(852) 2948 8945
ewschow@eduhk.hk

周颖诗博士
讲师I
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(852) 2948 8945
(852) 2948 7792
D2-1/F-52
ewschow@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/wing-sze-emily%E5%91%A8%E7%A9%8E%E8%A9%A9-chow
专门: 自闭症谱系、融合教育

Ph.D, Monash University

PGDE, Monash University

M.Ed (I&SE), Monash University

M.Ed (TESOL), Monash University

B.Com, The University of Melbourne

简介

Dr Emily Chow, a lecturer at the Department of Special Education and Counselling, is a qualified special education teacher in Melbourne, Australia. Her research specialisation revolves around inclusive education, particularly for students with autism and diverse learning needs. Emily has led funded projects as the primary investigator and has organised professional development programs for teachers at local public and international schools. Furthermore, she teaches courses designed to support in-service teachers from regular primary and secondary schools in accommodating students with diverse learning needs.

教学范畴

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

 

研究领域

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Inclusive Education
  • Special Education

 

项目

  • Co-investigator. Project on enhancing competence of pre-service school teachers on developing better home-school collaboration of parents with children with special educational needs. Teaching Development Seed Fund (2023-2024), HK$50,000.
  • Principal Investigator. Board game for enhancing theory of mind of students with autism spectrum disorder. Teaching Development Seed Fund (2022-2023), HK$50,000.
  • Principal Investigator. E-platform for teaching sexuality education to students with autism spectrum disorder. Teaching Development Seed Fund (2020-2021), HK$50,000.
  • Principal Investigator. Resources kit for enhancing communication and social skills of students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Hong Kong (Booklet with CD). Teaching Development Seed Fund (2018-2019), HK$50,000.
  • Co-Investigator. Investigating the impact of various kinds of experiential learning on student outcomes and establishing a ‘FEHD experiential learning platform’ for sharing information. EdUHK FEHD Cluster Grants (2017-2019), HK$76,800.

 

期刊论文

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2023). Examining in-service teachers’ intentions to implement inclusive practices in Hong Kong classrooms. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. https://doi.org/10.1111/1471-3802.12632
  • Chow, W. S. E. (2023). In-service teachers’ views on implementing inclusive practices in Hong Kong classrooms: Challenges and support needs. Asia Pacific Education Review, 1-12.
  • Chow, W. S. E., De Bruin, K., & Sharma, U. (2023). A scoping review of perceived support needs of teachers for implementing inclusive education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1–20. https://doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2023.2244956.
  • Chow, W. S. E., & Sharma, U. (2022). Are in-service teachers supported in Hong Kong? Teachers’ perceived support needs in the implementation of inclusive education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2022.2118379
  • Chao, C. N. G., Chow, W. S. E., 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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2017.05.004
  • Sharma, U., & Chow, W. S. E. (2008). The attitudes of Hong Kong primary school principals toward integrated education. Asia Pacific Education Review, 9(3), 380-391. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03026725

 

书籍

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2022). Interventions for students with autism spectrum disorder. In M. T. Hue, & S. Karim (Eds.). Supporting Diverse Students in an Asian Inclusive Classroom: From Policies and Theories to Practices (pp. 145-160).

 

教学资源

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2024). Boardgame: Adaptation to secondary school challenges「识」应中学关卡
  • Chow, W. S. E., & b bu b (2023). Card game: Teaching hidden curriculum to students with Autism 「好孩子特工队」
  • Chow, W. S. E. (2023). Story book: Puberty is an amazing experience for girls 「女孩的青春期很酷 !
  • Chow, W. S. E., Tong, C. L., & Yip. L. L. (2022). Resource kit: E-platform and resources kit for teaching sexuality education to students with autism spectrum disorder 「童你一起成长」
  • Chow, W. S. E. (2022). Story book: Learn more about love 「多懂一点爱」
  • Chow, W. S. E., Tang, J., & Choi, A. (2020). Story book: What puberty will be like? 「青春期会是怎么样的?
  • Chow, W. S. E. (2020). Resource kit Enhancing communication and social skills of students with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong (Booklet with CD) 「语众不童」

 

社区与专业服务

  • SEN consultant of TWGHs Mrs Wu York Yu Memorial College
  • School advisor (SEN) of Po On Commercial Association Wan Ho Kan Primary School
  • Expert panel member of C.C.C. Kei Wan Primary School (Aldrich Bay)
  • Invited guest speaker of professional development at local and international schools
  • Representative of BAT in the Board of Examiner Meeting with Education Bureau
  • Reviewer of Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs
  • Member of Conference on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs in the Education University of Hong Kong
  • Certified Irlen Screener

 

参与会议

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2023, September). The perceived support needs of teachers for including students with disabilities in the classroom: A scoping review study. Presented at the International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, Melbourne, Australia.

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2018, September). A systematic review on teachers’ perceived needs to include students with disabilities in regular classrooms. Presented at International Symposium on Education, Psychology and Social Sciences, Fukuoka, Japan.

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2018, September). Perception of teachers’ support needs in the implementation of inclusive education in the past ten years. Presented at the MERC conference, Melbourne, Australia.

  • Chow, W. S. E. (2018, August). How do students with autism help me to be a better teacher? Presented at Aspect Autism in Education Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

冯鸣龙先生

高级讲师II

(852) 2948 7125
fungml@eduhk.hk

冯鸣龙先生
高级讲师II
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(852) 2948 7125
(852) 2948 7792
B4-1/F-15
fungml@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/ming-lung%E9%A6%AE%E9%B3%B4%E9%BE%8D-fung
专门: 融合教育和价值观教育的实际实施

BA (HKU), PGDE (HKU), MEd (HKU), MSocSc Psychology (CityUHK)

 

教学领域

  • Professional Development Programme for the New-to-role Special Educational Needs Coordinators in Ordinary Primary and Secondary Schools for the 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 School Years

 

研究领域

  • Critical theory and emancipatory pedagogy
  • Postmodernism and education
  • Philosophy of education

蒋达博士

副教授

(852) 2948 8659
djiang@eduhk.hk

蒋达博士
副教授
https://www.eduhk.hk/sec/files/thumbnail7/department/sec/people/our_staff/Da.jpg
(852) 2948 8659
(852) 2948 7794
D1-2/F-36
djiang@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/da%E8%94%A3%E9%81%94-jiang
专门﹕发展心理学、情绪及情绪调节、毕生发展心理学

PhD, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MPhil, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
BSc, Beijing Normal University

教学范畴

  • 发展心理学
  • 情绪及行为问题 

 

研究领域

  • 情绪及情绪调节 
  • 幸福感的毕生发展
  • 文化对毕生发展的作用 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • It Is Never Too Late to Learn: Leveraging Goals to Increase Learning Behaviors in Older Adulthood . Funded by the Hong Kong Research Grants Council General Research Fund (RGC/GRF) (Ref: 18623922). Role: Principal Investigator. HK$ 920,958 (2023-2025)

  • Staying Alone but Happy? Elucidating Age Differences in the Relationship between Solitude and Well-Being. Funded by the Hong Kong Research Grants Council General Research Fund (RGC/GRF) (Ref: 18610421), HK$ 594,029 (Principal Investigator; 2022-2024)

  • Protecting older people from loneliness during the coronavirus (Covid-19) and other novel infectious disease pandemic. Funded by the Collaborative Research Fund (CRF) for One-off CRF Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and Novel Infectious Disease (NID) Research Exercise (Ref: C8105-20GF) HK$ 5,487,015 (Co-Principal Investigator; 2021-2023)

  • Are Older Adults Lonely? Elucidating Age Differences in the Relationships between Solitude and Well-being. Funded by the Hong Kong Research Grants Council Early Career Scheme (RGC/ECS), HK$1,013,372 (PI:2020-2022).

  • Age Differences in Marital Satisfaction: The Role of Emotional Goal. Funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$80,000 (Principal Investigator; 2019-2020).

  • Personal, Social, and Community Well-being. Funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$625,000 (Co-Investigator; 2019-2021).

  • The Role of Emotion Regulation Strategies in Relation to Executive Function in Chinese and Australian Adolescents with ADHD. Funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$180,000 (Co-Investigator; 2019-2021).

  • When Being Alone May Not Be So Lonely: The Role of Negative Affect Valuation. Internal Research Grant, funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$99,985 (Principal Investigator; 2017-2018).

  • The Benefits of Negative Affect Valuation: The Role of Culture. Start-up Fund, funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$30,000 (Principal Investigator; 2017-2018).

  • Valuing Negative Affect Buffers the Negative Effects of Marital Conflicts on Marital Satisfaction. Funded by Department of Special Education and Counselling, Education University of Hong Kong. Role: Principal Investigator. HK$50,000 (Principal Investigator; 2017-2018).

  • 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).

 

期刊论文

  • Jiang, D.*, Lee, C. K. J., Kong, D. X., & Chiu, M. M. (in press). Intergenerational Support and Relationship Quality: A Daily Dairy Study among Aging Parents and Adult Children.Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. (IF2022 = 6.2; 5-yr IF = 5.7; SSCI: Q1). 

  • Choi, Y., Lay, J., Lu, M., Jiang, D., Fung, H. H., Graf, P., & Hoppmann, C. A. (in press). Age Differences in the Daily Experience of Happiness: The Role of Thinking about the Future. Psychology and Aging. (IF2022 = 4.201; 5-yr IF = 4.359;  SSCI: Q1). 

  • Guan, Y., Jiang, D.*, Wu. C. R., Deng, H., Su, S. Y., Chen, S. X., Buchtel, E. E. (in press). Distressed yet bonded: A longitudinal investigation of the COVID-19 pandemic’s silver lining effects on life satisfaction. American Psychologist. (IF2022 = 16.358; 5-yr IF = 15.445; SSCI: Q1). 

  • Jiang, D.* & Lee, C. K. J. (in press). Entity theory of Emotion Was Associated with More Daily Negative Affect during Quarantine: Evidence from A 14-Day Diary Study among Healthy Young Adults. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being. 1-18, . https://doi.org/10.1111/aphw.12379. (IF2022 = 7.521; 5-yr IF = 6.580; SSCI: Q1)  

  • Chan, K. K. S., Lee, J. C. K.*, Yu, E. K. W., Chan, A. W. Y., Leung, A. N. M., Cheung, R. Y. M., Li, C. W., Kong, R. H. M., Chen, J., Wan, S. L. Y., Tang, C. H. Y., Yum, Y. N., Jiang, D., Wang, L., & Tse, C. Y. (in press). The impact of compassion from others and self-compassion on psychological distress, flourishing, and meaning in life among university students. Mindfulness.

  • Cheung, R. Y.*, Jiang, D., Yum, Y. N., & Bhowmik, M. K. (2022). Intercultural sensitivity and prosocial behavior towards South Asians in Hong Kong: Mediating mechanisms of warmth and stigma. International Journal of Intercultural Relations86, 56-63.

  • Jiang, D.*, & Fung, H. H. (2022). Daily reciprocity and well-being: A diary study of intergenerational support between mothers and adult children during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B77(4), e46-e56.

  • Jiang, D.*, Li, M., Wu, H., & Liu, S. (2021). Learning from COVID-19: Infectious Disease Vulnerability Promotes Pro-Environmental Behaviors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health18(16), 8687.

  • Jiang, D.*, Chiu, M. M., & Liu, S. (2021). Daily Positive Support and Perceived Stress During COVID-19 Outbreak: The Role of Daily Gratitude within Couples. Journal of Happiness Studies. 1-15. DOI:10.1007/s10902-021-00387-0.

  • Jiang, D.* , Liu Shuang†, Lee, C. K. J. & Li, M. W. L. (2021). Revisiting the Relationship between Disaster Focus and Materialism: The Mediating Roles of Mortality Salience and Gratitude. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

  • Xia, W., Li, L. M. W.*, Jiang, D., & Liu, S. (2021) Dynamics of Stress and Emotional Experiences during the COVID-19 Results from Two 14-day Daily Diary Studies. International Journal of Stress Management.

  • Li, M. W. L.*, & Jiang, D. (2021). Marital Satisfaction can Backfire: The Magnifying Effect of Marital Satisfaction on the Dyadic Effect of Disabilities on Life Satisfaction. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. doi: 10.3390/ijerph18105352

  • Li, W-Q., Li, L. M. W.*, Jiang, D., Liu, S. (2021). Fate control and ingroup bias in donation for the fight with the coronavirus pandemic: The mediating role of risk perception of COVID-19. Personality and Individual Differences. 171, 110456. DOI: 10.1016/j.paid.2020.110456

  • Jiang, D. (2022). Feeling gratitude is associated with better well-being across the life span: A daily diary study during the COVID-19 outbreak. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B77(4), e36-e45.

  • Jiang, D. (2020). Perceived stress and daily well-being during the COVID-19 outbreak: the moderating role of age. Frontiers in Psychology11, 571873.

  • Jiang, D., Warner, L. M., Chong, A. M. L., Li, T., Wolff, J. K., & Chou, K. L. (2021). Benefits of volunteering on psychological well-being in older adulthood: Evidence from a randomized controlled trial. Aging & Mental Health25(4), 641-649.

  • Fung, H. H.*, Chu, T. W. S., Jiang, D.*, & Chen, X. (2020). Contrasting the Effects of Mortality Salience and Future Time Limitation on Goal Prioritization across Adulthood. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 75(10), 2112-2121. DOI: 10.1093/geronb/gbz133 (*= Co-Corresponding author)

  • Lay, J. C., Fung, H. H., Jiang, D., Lau, C. H., Mahmood, A., Graf, P., & Hoppmann, C. A*. (2020). Solitude in context: On the role of culture, immigration, and acculturation in the experience of time to oneself. International Journal of Psychology, 55(4), 562-571. DOI: 10.1002/ijop.12641

  • Jiang, D.,* Warner, L. M., Chong, A. M. L., Li, T., Wolff, J. K., & Chou, K. L. (2019). Promoting volunteering among older adults in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial. The Gerontologist, 60(5), 968-977. DOI: 10.1093/geront/gnz076.

  • Jiang, D.,* Fung, H. H., Lay, J. C., Ashe, M. C., Graf, P., & Hoppmann, C. A (2019). Everyday solitude, affective experiences, and well-being in old age: The role of culture versus immigration. Aging and Mental Health, 1, 1095-1104. DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2018.1479836.

  • Warner, L. M.,* Jiang, D., Chong, A. M. L., Li, T., Wolff, J. K., & Chou, K. L. (2019). Study protocol of a multi-center RCT testing a social-cognitive intervention to promote volunteering in older adults against an active control. BMC Geriatrics, 19(1), 22-35. DOI: 10.1186/s12877-019-1034-1.

  • Jiang, D.,* Diane, H., Burns, R., & Anstey, K. J. (2019). Volunteering benefits life satisfaction over 4 years: The moderating role of social network size. Australian Journal of Psychology, 71(2), 183-192. DOI: 10.1111/ajpy.12217.

  • Sims, T.,* Koopmann-Holm, B., Young, H. R., Jiang, D., Fung, H., & Tsai, J. L. (2018). Asian Americans respond less favorably to excitement (vs. calm)-focused physicians compared to European Americans. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 24(1), 1-14. DOI: 10.1037/cdp0000171

  • Tsai, J. L.,* Sims, T., Qu, Y., Thomas, E., Jiang, D., & Fung, H. H. (2018). Valuing excitement makes people look forward to old age less and dread it more. Psychology and Aging, 33, 975-992. DOI: 10.1037/pag0000295

  • Hosking, D. E.,* Jiang, D., Sargent-Cox, K. A., & Anstey, K. J. (2017). Informant-Reported Cognitive Decline and Activity Engagement across Four Years in a Community Sample. Gerontology63(5), 469-478. DOI: 10.1159/000475594

  • 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. 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/emo0000094

  • 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. DOI: 10.1002/pchj.89

  • 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.

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书籍章次

  • 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 


 

学术会议论文

  • 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.

 

社区及专业服务

  • 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

甘志珊博士

副教授

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annakam@eduhk.hk

甘志珊博士
副教授
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专门﹕听力学、听觉康复及耳鸣、自动化听觉筛查

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
Member of Register of Audiologists
Member of Register of Speech Therapists
Fellow of the Hong Kong Society of Audiology
International fellow of the American Academy of Audiology

 

Introduction

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., & Fu, C. H. T. (2019). Screening for hearing loss in the Hong Kong Cantonese-speaking elderly using tablet-based pure-tone and word-in-noise test. International Journal of Audiology, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1080/14992027.2019.1696992
  • Kam, A. C. S., Leung, E. K. S., Chan, P. Y. B., & Tong, M. C. F. (2018). Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Chinese tinnitus functional index. International Journal of Audiology, 57(2), 91–97. doi:10.1080/14992027.2017.1375162
  • Karunarathnea, B., Wang, T., So, R.H.Y., Kam A.C.S., & Meddis, R. (2018). Adversarial relationship between combined medial olivocochlear (MOC) and middle-ear-muscle (MEM) reflexes and alarm-in-noise detection thresholds under negative signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs). Hearing Research, 367:124-128.
  • Kam, A. C. S., Leung, E.K.S., Chan, P.Y.B., & Tong, M.C.F. (2018). Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Chinese Tinnitus Functional Index. International Journal of Audiology, 57(2):91-97.
  • 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. (2018, May). Customized sound therapy for tinnitus relief – evidence from a randomized controlled trial. Invited symposium presentation at the 6th East Asian Symposium on Otology, Seoul, Korea.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., & van Hasselt, C. A. (2018, May). Evaluation of a self-administered tinnitus measurement system. Paper presented at the 6th East Asia Symposium on Otology, Seoul, Korea.
  • Kam, A.C.S. (2018, April). Tinnitus management, Invited presentation at the Cross-strait Four Regions ENT Conference 2018, Macau.
  • Kam, A.C.S., Sung, J.K.K., Lee, T., Wong, T.K.C. & van Hasselt, C. A. (2017, September). Tinnitus therapy with customized sound. Paper presented at the 10th Asia Pacific Conference on Speech, Language and Hearing, Narita, Japan.
  • Kam, A.C.S. & Yeung, K.N.K. (2017, September). Non-linear frequency compression in amplification: Impact on a tonal language. Paper presented at the 10th Asia Pacific Conference on Speech, Language and Hearing, Narita, Japan.
  • 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 2021)
  • 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

  • Bronze Award, 47th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva 2019
  • 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

鄞佩慧女士

高級講師II

(852) 2948 8861
pwkan@eduhk.hk

鄞佩慧女士
高級講師II
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专门:过度活跃症及情绪行为问题

MA (Special Need), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MA (Curriculum Development and Teaching of Liberal Studies), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
BEd(Hon) (Student Counselling), The Hong Kong Baptist University

Registered Teacher, Education Bureau, 1998
Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF)-Hong Kong
Centre for Credentialing & Education (CCE) of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC),2015
Member Instructors (Basic and Youth Course) ,The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong,2016
International Accredited Professional Mediator and Assessor,
International Dispute Resolution & Risk Management Institute,2019

介绍

Yvonne Kan Pui Wai has special education working experience over 20 experience. 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 a seconded teacher. She visited to secondary schools with students of special education need 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 needs students.

教学范畴

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


研究领域

  • Supporting children with AD/HD and EBD
  • Teacher Self-efficacy and Well-being

 

社区和专业服务
School Advisor

St Paul Secondary School,2014- present
Chairperson of Education Committee
Hong Kong Medication Centre,2019- present
Honorary Advisor
Hong Kong Association for ADHD,2018-present
 

特殊教育

  • Invited guest speaker from Hong Kong Association for ADHD 2019 Conference:「如何为有行为、情绪及社交发展障碍的学生作适异性课堂教学设计」on 19 October,2019
  • Invited guest speaker from The Man Kwan Edu. Quailed College, 「照顾不同学习需要学生之适性教学示例」on 26 September,2019
  • Invited guest speaker from HKTA The Yuen Yuen Institute No. 3 Secondary, “Understanding disagreements, conflicts and dispute” on 25 April,2019
  • Invited speaker from Evangelical Free Church of China- Hong Fok Church, “Early Identification and Intervention for Autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability in a bible class ” on 22 July and 12 August,2018
  • Invited speaker from Education Bureau(Curriculum Development Institute) for Professional Teacher Seminar,高中通识教育科知识增益系列 :在通识教育科课堂处理学习多样性的 适异教学策略工作坊 (新办 ) on 22 March,2018
  • Invited guest speaker from S.K.H. Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School for Teachers’ Professional Development Day, 「法、理、情」照顾有特殊需要学生 on 29 September,2017
  • Invited speaker from Master of Science in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Learning Disabilities,「如何 与教师协作支援言语障碍的学生 ?」 on 23 March,2016
  • Invited speaker from Education Bureau(Curriculum Development Institute) for Professional Teacher Seminar,处理「注意力不足/过度活跃症」学生的教学策略on 29 February,2016
  • Invited speaker from Chiu Sheung School, Hong Kong Teachers’ Professional Development Day,「教师如何实践照顾学习差异」on 28 August,2015
  • Invited speaker from PO AI SOCIAL WORK SERVICE for Professional Sharing Seminar, 「认识专注力不足及过度活跃症的特质、徵状和原因 」on 4 September,2015
  • Invited speaker from PO AI SOCIAL WORK SERVICE for Professional Sharing Seminar,「 认识专注力不足/过度活跃症及情绪行为障碍学生的行为管理:处理学生的挑战行为的策略和冲突调解」on 5 September,2015
  • Invited speaker from PO AI SOCIAL WORK SERVICE for Professional Sharing Seminar,「专注力不足/过度活跃症及怖绪行为问题对学生带来的冲击、挑战和教育需要 on 5 September,2015
  • Invited speaker from Government of Macao Special Administrative Region Education and Youth Affairs Bureau for Teachers’ Professional Seminar, Classroom Management:注意力不足/过度活跃症学童的认识与教导 on 14-15 March,2014
  • Invited speaker from Education Bureau(Curriculum Development Institute) for Professional Teacher Seminar,「如何提醒有学习困难学生之议题探究能力」on 24 November,2011
  • Invited speaker from Education Bureau(Curriculum Development Institute) for Professional Teacher Seminar,中层管理人员研讨会:新高学制课程及评估规划「因材施教、关怀需要- 帮助有学习困难的学生改进学习之课程及评估规画」on 18 April,2011

 

辅导服务

  • Invited Global Career Development Facilitator from School of Continuing and Professional Studies( CUHK) : “Career Development”on 18 January to February,2020
  • Invited guest speaker form Yu Chun Keung Memorial College,如何提升学生自尊感」on 13 September,2019
  • Invited Counsellor as served 10 ASD family from LoveXpress Foundation Limited on 2018-19
  • Invited speaker from HK Association for AD/HD for Professional Sharing Seminar,「同ADHD年青人倾下偈」on28 August,2017
  • Invited guest speaker from The HKSYC&IA Wong Tai Shan Memorial College,「路,同行」on 25 June,2019
  • Invited Global Career Development Facilitator from School of Continuing and Professional Studies (CUHK) for High Diploma Students, “Career Development” on February to mid-April,2017
  • Invited Counsellor as served 10 ASD family from LoveXpress Foundation Limited on 2017-18

 

精神健康

  • Invited course trainer from St Paul Secondary School: Youth Mental Health First Aids Courseon 27-30 August,2019
  • Invited course trainer from St Paul Secondary School, Education of Mediation course on 27-30 August,2019 Invited course trainer form BA (Hons) in Special Education: Youth Mental Health First Aids Course on 23 and 26 August,2019
  • Invited course Trainer from The Hong Kong Asso. School Discipline and Counselling: Youth Mental Health First Aids Course on 23 and 30 March,2019
  • Invited course Trainer from Evangelical Free Church of China-Tung Fook Church: Youth Mental Health First Aids Course on 5,19 January and 2,16 February,2019
  • Invited course Trainer from The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong: Mental Health First Aids Basic Course on 23 October and 1 November,2018
  • Invited course trainer from St. Paul’s School (Lam Tin) for Teachers’ Workshop “Mental Health First Aid Course” on 6 July and 14 July,2016
  • Invited course trainer from Pentecostal School for Teachers’ Workshop “Mental Health First Aid Course” on 30 June and 7 July,2016

 

调解

  • Invited guest speaker from The Methodist Church, HK , Mediation: 「拆墙建桥」on 20 Nov,2019
  • Invested Mediator Assessor from International Dispute Resolution & Risk Management Institute on 4 Sept and 24 October,2019
  • Invited guest speaker from Caritas Wu Cheng- Chung Secondary,「和谐从何来?」on 23 August, 2019
  • Invited Assessor from International Dispute Resolution & Risk Management Institute on 26 September and 24 Ocober, 2019

 

奖学金教学

  • Presenter from BAT 2019 Mini- Conference: Review for implementation of the Advanced Course on 6 September,2019
  • Presenter from BAT 2018 Mini- Conference: Reflection on Practicum of Advanced Course on 5 September,2018
  • Presenter from BAT 2017 Mini- Conference: Teaching Package on Advanced Course on 22 September,2017
  • Presenter from BAT 2016 Mini- Conference: Behavioral, Emotional and Social Development Needs of Advance Course on 31 August,2016

郭勤博士

副教授

(852) 2948 8370
dianakwok@eduhk.hk

郭勤博士
副教授
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专门: 多元的性与性别,性教育, 辅导及辅导员教育

EdD, 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), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registered Social Worker (HKSWRB)
Approved Clinical Supervisor (HKPCA)
Certified Sex Therapist (HKASERT)

 

Introduction

 Dr. Diana Kwok is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC). She obtained her EdD from the University of Hong Kong. Diana is a registered social worker, approved counselor supervisor, and a certified sex therapist. She used to work in school, family, mental health, and LGBT service settings, in Hong Kong, and in the U.S.. She provides professional training and clinical supervision to social workers, counsellors, and mental health practitioners on mental health, sexuality education, and sexual diversity in various universities, NGOs, and government organizations. Diana's research interest focuses on the experience of gay/lesbian/queer/transgender students, sexuality education, and professional training/development/cultural competence of teachers/counselors / social workers working with sexual minorities and SEN students in the Chinese context.

 

Teaching areas

  • Sexuality-Embracing Diversity
  • Sex Education
  • Counselling Supports to Children with Special Educational Needs
  • Counseling Ethics; Counseling Theories and Practices
  • Counselling Supervision
  • PhD thesis supervision - Sexuality Education for students affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (PhD candidate)
  • EdD thesis supervision - Parents with children affected by dyslexia: Experience in parent-school collaboration (EdD candidate)
  • MPhil thesis supervision - Parental experience: Parents with transgender children (MPhil student)
  • Second Major/Minor in Counselling Program Coordinator

 

Research Interests

Sexual and Gender Diversity

  • Sexual prejudice, transgender prejudice and social services/schools
  • Help-seeking barriers, community service needs,  and service accessibility
  • Parents and families of LGB and transgender students
  • School, family, and community support for LGBTQIA students

Comprehensive Sexuality Education

  • SEN (ASD) students and sexuality education
  • Parental and family support to SEN students with sex education needs
  • Social justice and comprehensive sexuality education

Counselling and Counsellor Education

  • Counsellor education and cultural competence
  • Sexual prejudice and counsellor competence
  • Sexual prejudice and teacher competence
  • Social work education and cultural competence
  • Mental health counselling

 

Research Projects

  • Students from Marginalized Groups : Accessibility of Sex Education (RGC-Research Matching Grant 2021-2023, P.I.)
  • Understanding health care experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals with disabilities in social services (Research Seed Grant 2021-2022, P.I.)
  • Remaking Chinese Families: Narratives and Practices of Adoptive Families in Hong Kong. (Research Grants Council General Research Fund/GRF2020-2022). (Co-I)
  • Diversity, Equity and Social Inclusion Research Group. (Co-I)
  • Empowering Teachers to Challenge Transprejudice. (Research Grants Council General Research Fund/GRF2019-2021). (P.I)
  • Empowering Teachers in Sexual Diversity Training to Combat Sexual Prejudices. (Research Grants Council Early Career Scheme/ECS 2015-2018). (PI).
  • Enhancing Social Workers' Sexual Diversity Competence through Sexual Prejudice Reduction Program. (Research Grants Council General Research Fund/GRF2016-2019).(P.I)
  • Sex Education and Victim Counselling Program (Collaborate with NGOs, CUHK, CityUHK,  2018-2020)
  • Genderism and Transgender People in Transition: Experiences in Families and Community Support Programs (Collaborate with NGOs, 2018-2020) (P.I)
  • Gender and Sexual-Orientation Harassment Experiences of LGBTQ Students (Equal Opportunities Commission Fund 2014-2015) (P.I)

 

Award

  • Teaching Award (SEC Department, EDUHK, Dec 2018)

  • Early Career Award (UGC/Research Grants Council 2014/2015)

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Kwok, K., & Kwok, D. K. (2023). Experiencing double silence: Sexuality education of south Asian minority youth in Hong Kong. Sex Education, 23(6), 740-755. 
  • Kwok, K. & Kwok, D. K. (2023). Community Matters: Barriers and Opportunities to Sexual Health and Sexuality Education of Young Female Migrants in Hong Kong. Frontiers in Psychology, 14. (Online)
  • Kwok, D. K. & Kwok, K. (2022). Navigating Transprejudice: Chinese Transgender Students’ Experiences of Sexuality Education in Hong Kong. Sex Education, Sexuality, Society and Learning (SSCI/SJR Q1, MS Ranking A)
  • Kwok, D.K. & Kwok, K. (2022). Chinese Sexual Minority Students Experiencing Microaggressions: Implications for Sexuality Education. Children. (Online) (SCIE, JCR Q2)
  • Tam, H.-L., To, S.-M., Kwok, D. K., & Chan, D. K. Y. (2021). Life routinization and clandestine photo-taking behavior among young people in Hong Kong: Implications for social work practice. Qualitative Social Work, Online. (SSCI Q2).
  • Kwok, D. K. (2021). Contesting Sexual Prejudice to Support Sexual Minorities: Views of Chinese Social Workers. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18 (6).  (SSCI Q1, MS Ranking A).
  • Kwok, K & Kwok, D.K. (2020). More Than Comfort and Discomfort: Emotion Work of Parenting Children with Autism in Hong Kong, Children and Youth Services Review. Online. (SSCI/SJR Q1, MS Ranking A)
  • To, S.M., Wong, P.K.S., Tam, H.L., Kwok, D.K., & Lau, C.D. (2019). Sexual Compulsivity, Sexual Self-Concept, and Cognitive Outcomes of Sexual Behavior of Young Chinese Hong Kong Males with Compulsive Sexual Behavior: Implications for Intervention and Prevention. Children and Youth Services Review. Online.  (SSCI/SJR Q1, MS Ranking A)
  • Kwok, D. K. (2019). Training educators to support sexual minority students: Views of Chinese teachers. Sex Education, Sexuality, Society and Learning.  19(3), 346-360. (SSCI/SJR Q1, MS Ranking A)
  • Kwok, D.K. (2018). Community support for Chinese trans* students experiencing genderism. Sex Education, Sexuality, Society and Learning. 18(4), 406-419(SSCI/SJR Q1, MS Ranking A)
  • Kwok, D.K. (2016). School Experience of Chinese Sexual Minority Students in Hong Kong. Journal of LGBT Youth, 13 (4), 378-396. (SJR Q2, MS Ranking B)
  • 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.(SSCI, SJR)
  • 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.(SSCI; SJR)
  • 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.(SSCI, SJR)
  • 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.(SSCI, SJR)

 

Book Chapters

  • Kwok, D. K. (2024). Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and School Life in Hong Kong. In M. Kasai, Y. Toda, & S. Russell (Eds.), SOGI Minority and School Life in Asian Contexts: Beyond Bullying and Conflict Toward Inter-Minority Empathy (pp.101-118). Routledge.
  • Kwok, D.K (2021) . Genderism and Trans Students in Hong Kong Higher Education. In N. Harrison (Ed), Marginalised Communities in Higher Education: Disadvantage, Mobility and Indigeneity (p.64-78). UK: Routledge.
  • Kwok, D.K. (2020). Sexuality and teacher education: LGBT students and teacher education. In M.A. Peters(Ed), Encyclopedia of Teacher Education (xx-xx). Singapore: Springer.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2019). Community support for Chinese trans* students. In J. Sinclair-Palm and J.Gilbert (Eds.), Trans Youth in Education (xx-xx). London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2018). Section Introduction: Contesting sexual and transgender prejudice: Advocating human rights of LGBTQ students in Asia. In K. J. Kennedy & Z. J. Li (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Schools and Schooling in Asia (853-856). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2018). Supporting transgender students: Chinese school social workers as transgender allies. In K. J. Kennedy & Z. J. Li (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Schools and Schooling in Asia (889-896). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, D. K., & Lee, J. (2018). Sexual prejudice and school experience of LGBQ students in South Korea and Hong Kong. In K. J. Kennedy & Z. J. Li (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Schools and Schooling in Asia (857-863). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, D. K., & Lee, M. W. B. (2018). Contesting school heterosexism: Rights-based sexuality education for LGBQ students. In K. J. Kennedy & Z. J. Li (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Schools and Schooling in Asia (872-879). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, K., & Kwok, D. K. (2018). Community support services for LGBQ students in Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. In K. J. Kennedy & Z. J. Li (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Schools and Schooling in Asia (880-888). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • 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, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, D.K. (2017). Empowering Chinese lesbian, gay and bisexual (Tongzhi) students: Affirmative school counseling practice in Hong Kong. M.T. Hue,School counselling in Chinese Context: School practice for helping students in needs in Hong Kong (120-136). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Kwok, K. & Kwok, D.K (2015). When new migrants meet old migrants: Indonesian ethnic economy in Hong Kong. In Y. W. Chan, D. W. Haines, & J. H. X. Lee (Eds.), The age of Asian migration: continuity, diversity, and susceptibility (192-210). Newcastle upon Tyne: 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, accepted).
  • 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. (2013). Social work students’ learning experience on sexuality issues in Hong Kong. In C. M. See (Ed.), Research and practice: Counselling and social work in the new frontier of helping (162-170). Malaysia: USM Press.
  • Kwok, D. K. (2012). Teaching sexual diversity in Hong Kong: Challenging Homophobia. B. C. Eng, A Chinese Perspective on Teaching and Learning(121-137). New York: NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • 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 (P.36-53). China Bejin: Social Science Publishing. (劉玉琼、曾育彪及郭勤(2010)。<香港學童輟學的情況: 輟學學童與成功復課學童之經驗比較>。《信息時代新青年議題: 理論, 政策與實務》。第36-53頁。中國 北京: 社會科學文獻出版社。)
  • 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. 

 

Conference Papers

  • Kwok, D.K. & Shiu W.F. (2018, August). Inclusive Sexuality Education, Perspectives from Trans* People affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The 2nd  Asia-Pacific Conference on Inclusive Education, June 8-9 June, 2018 Special Education Center, National Taiwan Normal University.
  • Shiu W.F & Kwok, D.K.  (2018, August). Young people affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A review of literature of their sexuality educational needs in Asian Chinese societies. International conference on Sexualities, Genders and Intersectionalities, August 8-10, 2018 University of Montreal, Canada,
  • Kwok, D.K.  (2018, August). Help-seeking Barriers Faced by LGBTQ survivors of IPV: Perspectives from Social Workers. International conference on Sexualities, Genders and Intersectionalities, August 8-10, 2018 University of Montreal, Canada.
  • Kwok, D.K.  (2017, July). Sexual Prejudice in Social Services - Voices of Chinese Social Workers. International Conference on Breaking Boundaries, Sexuality, Gender, Reproduction, Health and Rights, July 10-15, 2017, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Kwok, D.K.  (2017, June). Cultural competence of Chinese teachers working with Tongzhi students. International Conference on Applied Psychology, June 29-30, 2017, Singapore; East Asian Research Center.
  • Kwok, D.K.  Lee, B; Ho, W.Y.; Shiu, W.F.; Wan, H.M. (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, October). Sexual Prejudice and Sexual Diversity Training for Chinese Teachers Preliminary Themes Identified from Qualitative Interviews.International Conference: Protecting the Weak – Concepts and East Asian Evidence Lingnan University, Hong Kong, October 7-8, 2016
  • 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. (2016, August). Conceptualizing Sexual Prejudice and Barriers in Seeking Social Services Voices from Chinese Sexual Minorities.  Sexuality and Social Work Conference, 2016, Olten, Switzerland.
  • 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, D.K.  (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.

 

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.

 

Community Service, Consultancy and Professional Involvement

  • Committee Service
    Disciplinary Panel and Assessment Panel of the Hong Kong Social Workers Registration Board.
  • Board Member of the Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists.
  • Ad Hoc Reviewer: Sex Education (Sexuality Society and Learning); Journal of Social Work; Transcultural Psychiatry; Culture Health and Society; Journal of Homosexuality; International Journal of Transgenderism; Journal of LGBT Youth; The Journal of Sex Research.
  • Clinical Consultant, Adviser, or Trainer for front-line practitioners in government, non-government organizations, and community support groups, such as counselors, social workers and teachers on cultural competence of working with LGBTQI population. Examples of collaborative organizations include Radio Hong Kong- HKSAR Government; Social Welfare Department - HKSAR Government; Tung Wah Group of Hospitals; Po Leung Kuk; Hong Kong YWCA; Aids Concern; Hong Kong BGCA; Queer Sisters; Caring Community for the Queers; Transgender Resource Center; Rainbow of Hong Kong, Caritas Hong Kong – Youth and Community Services; The Hong Kong Teachers' Centre (HKTC); The Hong Kong Council of Social Services; The Hong Kong Social Workers Association; Richmond Fellowships of Hong Kong; Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups; The Church of United Brethren in Christ, Parents Resources Centre; The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong; Teen’s Key Hong Kong; Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Hong Kong; Asso.of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists; Vocational Training Council; The Education University of Hong Kong – Professional Development Program; 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; Caritas High Education (Social Work Program); Baptist University of Hong Kong (Department of Social Work); Polytechnic University (Family Therapy Program)

 

Knowledge Transfer

Public Education and Professional Training Workshops/Seminar(selected)

  • “Embracing diversities: sexuality education for students with Special Educational Needs”, workshop for sex educators from the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong.
  • “Transmen and transwomen in transition: sexual desire, partner intimacy, and religious identity”, workshop for sex therapists and frontline practitioners, organized by the Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists.
  • “Sexuality education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in mainstream schools”, training workshop for social workers from The Church of united Brethren in Christ, Parents Resources Centre.
  • "Sexuality education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders ", series of workshops organized by the Hong Kong Vocational Training Council.
  • "Sexual intimacy, multiple identities, and trans* couples - reflections from qualitative interviews", workshop for frontline social workers, organized by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. 
  • "Help-seeking barriers faced by LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence: perspectives from social workers", in Symposium on Combating Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence, the Hong Kong Council of Social Services
  • "Understanding sexual and gender fluidity of non-binary trans* people - reflections from sex therapy sessions", organized by the Hong Kong Association of Sexuality Educators, Researchers & Therapists.
  • "Rights-based sexuality education - addressing diversities of SEN students in sexuality education", organized by professional training program, the Education University of Hong Kong.
  • "Cultural competence of social workers working with gender variant service users in faith-based substance abuse shelter services", organized by faith-based social service organizations.  
  • "Intimacy and sexuality - Sexuality education needs of young people affected by Austistic Spectrum Disorders", organized by the Yang Memorial Methodist Social Services
  • "Working with sexual and gender minority clients in mental health services - implications for social work practice", organized by Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong
  • "Respecting Diversities - Sexuality Education for Students with Intellectual Disability and Austistic Spectrum Disorders", organized by special schools in Hong Kong 
  • "Meaning behind sexual offending behaviors of young people affected by ASD, insights learned from a qualitative study", organized by Caritas Hong Kong
  • "Supporting LGBQ service users in social work intervention", organized by the Social Welfare Department, Hong Kong SAR Government
  • “Understanding sexual pleasure in sexuality education, a human rights perspective”, organized by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups. 
  • "Sexuality education for social workers", organized by Caritas Hong Kong.
  • "HIV prevention and sexuality education", organized by St John’s Cathedrals, HIV prevention service.

Media articles/commentaries in relation to social issues 
(http://www.eduhk.hk/main/advocacy/?id=922)

  • Sexuality Education: Children’s Book Featuring LGBTQ Themes (Standnews, 25/06/2018)
    我的性教育教材
  • Gender Recognition and Human Rights  (Sing Tao, 7/12/2017)
    性別承認是人權
  • Is sexual orientation needed to be changed? (Sing Tao, 02/6/2017)
    性傾向有需要改變嗎?
  • Transgirl’s voice: I am your daughter, everything goes well!”  (Sing Tao, 17/11/2017)
    「跨女」心聲:叫我阿女,一天光晒!
  • Transgender: RTHK programme (25/5/2017)
  • Standing Up to Transgender Prejudice in Hong Kong Schools (Sing Tao, 20/1/2017)
    誰才不正常、有病?挑戰跨性別偏見
  • "If you can't go to Heaven, I can't either" By Dr Diana Kwok (Sing Tao, 13/9/2016)
    你不能上天堂,我也不能上得了
  • Parents Talking about Sex - Empowerment and Sex Positive Approach
    家長「放下身段」與子女談性  星島日報  20.01.2016</

郭懿德女士

高级讲师II

(852) 2948 8274
eytkwok@eduhk.hk

郭懿德女士
高级讲师II
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专门: 言语语言病理理学,临床神经科学,正向心理学,正向教育及静观/正念教育

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
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy teacher training under Hong Kong Centre of Mindfulness and Oxford Mindfulness Centre since 2016
Advanced teacher training in Mindful Parenting under Professor Susan Bögels, University of Amsterdam in 2018
Teach .b Foundation teacher training under Mindful in Schools Project, UK and Mindful School Culture Project, HKU in 2019

简介

Kwok Yee Tak, Esther served as Speech-language-pathologist at Hospital Authority for over 17 years with rich and extensive clinical expertise and experiences.  Esther well understood the importance of mind-body connection with mental & physical health.  Being a Mindfulness teacher, Esther is devoted to teach Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindful parenting and . b Foundation Programme for parents of SEN children, in-service teachers, social workers/administrative staff, graduates, undergraduates and staff members of EdUHK as well as serving NGOs.

As the Programme Leader of Positive Education, Esther devoted at passing the invaluable vision of Positive Psychology, Positive Education and Mindfulness through organizing conference, workshops and educational video. Collaborative project on Mindfulness Education with University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters (HKACMGM) 

 

教学领域

  • Clinical Education and Supervision on Speech-language pathology
  • Positive Psychology
  • Positive Education
    Mindfulness Education
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Mindful parenting
  • Mindfulness culture in school initiatives (.b Foundation)

 

研究领域

  • Medical Speech-Language Pathology and Clinical Neuroscience
  • Motor Speech, Voice and communication disorders associated stroke and Parkinson's Disease undergone Deep Brain Stimulation
  • Positive Education
  • Mindfulness Education

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy teacher training under Hong Kong Centre of Mindfulness and Oxford Mindfulness Centre

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • Chan W.Y., Cho H.O., Kwok Y. T. Esther., Tang. H.O., Tai Y.Y. (2017) Enhancing students’ capacity to cope with challenges by using strength-based approach (Faculty Grant for Leaders of Learning. Nov 2017 – present)
  • Co-leading and organizing the Mindful Oasis, Mindful and Resilience Project (MRC), SEC (2019- present)

 

社区及专业服务 

  • The Jockey Club “Peace and Awareness” Mindfulness Culture in Schools Initiative (PandA 赛马会「乐天心澄」静观校园文化行动, as led by Department of Psychology, University of Hong Kong (2019-present)
  • Mindfulness-based Support to Teachers and Students in Social Unrest (给守望者运动) as organized by PandA team and the Hong Kong Association of Careers Masters and Guidance Masters (HKACMGM 香港辅导教师协会) to launch (2019-present)
  • Mindfulness Workshop for carers of elderly at ELCHK Lutheran, Shatin Caring Centre 信义会护老者 - 护老护己 静观体验工作坊 (June 2019) 
  • Teacher Professional Development Day 自我照顾 静观体验工作坊 at Sacred Heart Canossian School嘉诺撒圣心学校 (Nov 2019)
  • Teacher Professional Development Day Mindful Connection in School and Home静观 师生父母心 at Clementi Secondary School金文泰中学 (Oct 2019)
  • Mindful Parenting workshop to parents with Autistic children, Introductory Workshop on Mindfulness for Parents and Caretakers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)为自闭症儿童家长及照顾者而设的静观入门工作坊as organized by Macau Autism Association (Jan 2018)
  • Mindfulness teaching to the social workers and administrators of The Neighbourhood
  • Advice-Action Council (Allied Health Professionals) 香港邻舍辅导会(专职医疗人士) (Feb 2018)

 

学术转移活动

  • Mindfulness Education to local schools e.g. 8-weeks Mindful-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) teaching at Pat Heung Central Primary School, Yuen Long (2019)
  • DLTC L&T sharing session: "The integration of Positive Psychology in Voice Care for Teachers and Educators" (May 2018)
  • Mindful education to all academic and teaching staff of SEC on Mindfulness with on-site practice at SEC departmental retreat (Mar 2018)
     

学术会议

  • Kwok Y.T. Esther (Apr 2016) “Effects of Bilateral Subthalamic Nucleus Deep Brain Stimulation on Speech and Voice in Parkinson’s Disease” at PCS Health Care Conference in Budapest, Hungary
  • Kwok Y.T. Esther (Sept 2015) "Update on the Management of Parkinson’s Disease -preliminary research topic about Deep Brain Stimulation” at Annual Scientific Meeting co-organized by Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist, Nethersole School of Nursing and Hong Kong Parkinson's Disease Foundation.
  • Kwok Y.T. Esther (Sept 2018) Mindfulness Opens the Door to Compassion 静观恩情at SEC Positive Education Conference: Cultivate the Visible Wellbeing Cum I-WELL’s 2nd Anniversary Ceremony (June 2018)
     

部门服务

  • Programme Leader of PDP Positive Psychology Programme (BWP 127)
  • Co-opt member of Integrated Centre for Wellbeing (I-WELL)
  • Co-organizer of SEC Positive Education Conference: Cultivate the Visible Wellbeing Cum I-WELL’s 2nd Anniversary Ceremony (June 2018)
  • Academic Advisor Coordinator for MScSLPLD since 2015

 

学院服务 

  • Leading Mindfulness workshop to EdUHK staff as invited by Human Resources Office, EdUHK (Nov 2018)
  • Leading Lunch Time Mindful Oasis: Mindful connection in school and home for EdUHK staff and students as co-organized with IWELL Centre, (Oct 2019)

 

奖项

  • Departmental Award for the achievement of High Student Evaluation of Teaching Scores (2015-2016)
  • Appreciation award of Gratitude project at Hong Kong Character Day (HKCD) 2016

林浩旋先生

讲师 I

(852) 2948 8953
jhslam@eduhk.hk

林浩旋先生
讲师 I
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专长﹕ Educational measurement, Test development and validation, Guidance and counselling, Learning Support for students with special educational needs

Candidate of EdD (Educational Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
PGDE, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MPhil, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
BSc, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

简介

Mr. Joffee Lam is currently a candidate of Doctor of Education in Educational Psychology in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has acquired Master of Philosophy and Bachelor of Science in Statistics. Joffee is a qualified teacher who possesses frontline teaching experience in local mainstream and special schools. His teaching areas cover a wide range from guidance and counselling, psychoeducational assessment and testing to learning support for students with special educational needs. 
As a statistician, Joffee has been developing his research interest on educational measurement, test development and validation, identifying and supporting students with special educational needs.

 

教学领域

  • Guidance and counselling
  • Supporting students with special educational needs in Chinese Learning
  • Psychoeducational assessment and testing

 

研究领域

  • Educational measurement
  • Test development and validation
  • Learning support for students with special educational needs

 

期刊论文

  • Hong Kong Cantonese Language Assessment for Preschool Children (HKCLASS-P) 香港粤语能力测试 (学前版) (2022)
  • Aphasia screening test for the Cantonese-speaking population (2019)
  • 澳门儿童语言发展筛查量表 (MacQUEST) (2018)
  • The Cantonese Spoken Word Recognition Test (CanSWORT)
     香港粤语口语双字词辨识测验 (2016)
  • Macao Cantonese Language Screening Scale for Preschool Children (MacCLASS-P) 澳门粤语学前语言筛查测验 (2016)
  • Employability Assessment Tool for People with Intellectual Disability
    智障人士通用就业能力评估工具 (2014)
  • The Cantonese Tone Identification Test (CANTIT)
    粤语声调辨识测验 (2012)

 

社区及专业服务

  • Programme Leader, Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Special Needs), The Education University of Hong Kong (2022 – now)
  • Honorary Research Associate, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2016 – now)

 

知识转移活动

  • Professional training on the application of Hong Kong Cantonese Language Assessment for Preschool Children (HKCLASS-P) for Child Assessment Centre (CAC) of Department of Health, HKSAR  (Sep 2022)
  • Public lecture in the dissemination seminar of Hong Kong Cantonese Language Assessment for Preschool Children (HKCLASS-P) organized by Speech and Hearing Enterprise and The Chinese University of Hong Kong (July 2022)
  • Public lecture in the dissemination seminar of Macao Cantonese Language Screening Scale for Preschool Children (MacCLASS-P) organized by Macau Deaf Association (Dec 2016)
  • Public lecture in the dissemination seminar of Cantonese Spoken Word Recognition Test (CanSWORT) organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Jun 2016)

 

出版

  • Lee, K.Y.S., Lam, J.H.S., Lau, T.H.M., Yu, W.S., & Ng, I.H.Y. (2022). Hong Kong Cantonese Language Assessment for Preschool Children (HKCLASS-P) (香港粤语能力测试 (学前版). Speech and Hearing Social Enterprise Limited.
  • Tammy H. M. Lau, Kathy Y. S. Lee, Emily Y. C. Lam, Joffee H. S. Lam, Chris K. M. Yiu, and Gladys W. L. Tang (2019). Oral language performance of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in mainstream schools. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 2019, 1-11.
  • Kathy Y. S. Lee, Joffee H. S. Lam, Kit T. Y. Chan, Charles Andrew van Hasselt & Michael C. F. Tong (2017). Applying Rasch model analysis in the development of the Cantonese tone identification test (CANTIT). International Journal of Audiology; 56: S60-S73.
  • Iris Hoi-Yee NG, Joffee Ho-Suen LAM, Kathy Yuet-Sheung LEE (2016). The Cantonese Spoken Word Recognition Test (CanSWORT) (香港粤语口语双字词辨识测验). The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • Iris H.-Y. NG, Kathy Y.S. LEE, Joffee H.S. LAM, C. Andrew VAN HASSELT, & Michael C.F. TONG (2016). An Application of the Item Response Theory and the Rasch Model in Speech Recognition Test Materials. American Journal of Audiology; 25, 142-152.
  • Kathy Y. S. LEE, Kit. T. Y. CHAN, Joffee H. S. LAM, C. A. VAN HASSELT & Michael C. F. TONG (2015). Lexical tone perception in native speakers of Cantonese. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 2015; 17(1): 53-62.
  • CHEUNG K. L. Karen., LAU H. Y. Ada, LAM. H. S. Joffee, LEE Y. S. Kathy (2014). Cantonese tone production performance of mainstream school children with hearing impairment. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16 (6), 624-36. doi: 10.3109/17549507.2014.89694.
  • KAN P. K. Peggy, LEE Y. S. Kathy, LAM H. S. Joffee (2013). Association between understanding perspective and communication initiation of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: the Social Thinking Training approach. Hong Kong Psychological Society Newsletter, vol.47, no.6, 2013, pp.3

 

学术会议及演讲

  • CHO L. S., LEE Y. S. Kathy, LAM H.S. Joffee (2019). Development and validation of a new aphasia screening test for the Cantonese-speaking population. Health Research Symposium 2019 Genomics and Big Data in Health and Disease, Food and Health Bureau, HKSAR
  • Lee K. Y. S., Lam E. Y. C., Lau T. H. M., Lam J. H. S., Tang G. W. L., Yiu C. K. M. (2017). Language performance of children with hearing impairment in mainstream education. 10th Biennial Asia Pacific Conference of Speech, Language and Hearing (APCSLH 2017)
  • LEE Kathy Yuet Sheung, LAU Hui Mei, LAM Yuk Chau, LAM Ho Suen Joffee, TANG Wai Lan Gladys, YIU Kun Man. (2014) The oral language development of deaf children in a sign bilingualism and co-enrollment program. The 2014 Symposium on Sign Bilingualism and Deaf Education, CUHK
  • LEE Kathy Yuet Sheung, LAM Ho Suen Joffee, KOU Sandy Lao Ieng, HOI Ronald Mang Hong. (2014) The first step to early identification of preschoolers with communication disorders in Macau: The development of a new language screening tool. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2014, CUHK
  • Emily LAM, Tammy Hui-mei LAU, Joffee H.S. LAM, Kathy LEE, Gladys TANG & Chris YU. (2012) The Oral Language Profile of Cantonese-speaking Children with Hearing Impairment. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2012, CUHK
  • Karen CHEUNG, Ada LAU, Kathy LEE, Joffee H.S. LAM. (2012) Cantonese tone production performance of mainstream schoolers with hearing-impairment. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2012, CUHK
  • Rachel WONG, Kathy LEE, Joffee H. S. LAM, Kristy CHUNG (2012). Early Identification of Children with Specific Reading Disability – A study on reading and cognitive profile in typically developing and language impaired children. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2012, CUHK
  • Thomas LAW, Kathy LEE, Joffee H.S. LAM, Eric C. H. TANG, C.A. VAN HASSELT, Michael C.F. TONG (2012). The more the merrier – The role of group climate in effective group voice therapy. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2012, CUHK
  • Joffee H.S. LAM, Thomas LAW, Kathy LEE (2012). Using many-faceted Rasch model in assessing rater consistency in perception evaluation of voice. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2012, CUHK
  • Peggy KAN, Kathy LEE, Joffee H.S. LAM & Karine NGAI (2012). Association between understanding perspective and communication initiation of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: the Social Thinking Training approach. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2012, CUHK
  • K. T. Thomas LAW, Y.S. Kathy LEE, Fiona HO, Eric TANG, T. Y. Kit CHAN, H. S. Joffee LAM, C.A. VAN HASSELT, C. F. Michael TONG (2010). Voice disorders among primary school teachers in Hong Kong: Prevalence and risk factors. Hong Kong Speech & Hearing Symposium 2010, CUHK

 

林廷轩先生

讲师I

(852) 2948 8766
athlam@eduhk.hk

林廷轩先生
讲师I
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Specialization: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Special Education in Tertiary Education

MSocSc (CityU)
PGDE (EdUHK)
BSc (QUT)
BBA (QUT)

Introduction 

Mr. Andy Lam obtained his Bachelor Degree in Social Science (Psychology) from Queensland University of Technology and Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology from City University of Hong Kong. Being a registered teacher, he is committed to the promotion of Integrated Education and the support of students with special educational needs (SEN) in general and specifically with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He has established his teaching scholarship and tutorship in tertiary education for many years. He is interested in knowledge transfer; and coordinated projects, for tertiary education students with SEN , on the development of Mobile Applications and the use of 3D modelling tools for the support of children’s diverse learning needs.  He is also experienced in using e-learning and various EdTech tools for learning support.

Teaching Areas

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Children with Emotional and Behaviour Problems
  • Supporting Children with Special Needs
     

Research Interests

  • Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in Tertiary Education
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Special Education
  • lnclusive Education

黎子良博士

高级讲师II

(852) 2948 8060
cllai@eduhk.hk

黎子良博士
高级讲师II
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专门 : ﹕专注力不足/过度活跃症、情绪和行为障碍

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

简介

Dr. Lai obtained a Bachelor degree in Education and a Doctor of Philosophy in Education from the University of Birmingham, UK. He was a registered teacher in Primary, secondary and special schools and has considerable experience in counseling students with special needs.  Dr. Lai is currently serving in the Department of Special Education and Counselling of the Hong Kong University of Education. The courses includes how to help students with ADHD, ASD and EBD.  Dr Lai is the programme Leader of the programme PDP-CDLN which is focus on training current teachers on inclusive education and how to deal with students with special needs. Also, he is responsible for the planning of the Field Experience for the PGDE programme. 

教学领域

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

 

研究领域

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

 

代表著作(部份)

  • 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) 自杀防治():校园防火墙。林少峰主编  In Lin, S. F., Ed., (2017) 自杀?他杀?青少年为何走上绝路 (增订版)? Why Youth Committed Suicides? “Homicides” or “Suicides”? 2nd Edition. Chung Hwa Publishing.中华书局。《第七章 p.99-129.

  • 黎子良 (2016) 自杀防治():校园防火墙。林少峰主编  In Lin, S. F., Ed., (2016) 自杀?他杀?青少年为何走上绝路 ? Why Youth Committed Suicides? “Homicides” or “Suicides”? Chung Hwa Publishing.中华书局。《第七章 p.111-136

  • 黎子良博士 Lai, C. L. <Co-authored, Book> (2016).  当父母遇上爱恩斯坦学会学习 How Children Learn- When Parents meet “Einstein”, Chung Hwa Publishing. 中华书局。

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

 

专业及社区服务(部份)

  • 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澳门教育暨青年局(Macau Education and youth Bureau) Macau Advanced Course for the Special Education Teachers  2013.
  • External inspector for the澳门教育暨青年局(Macau Education and youth Bureau) to do the school inspection 学校综合评鉴工作  2011.

梁智熊教授

副教授

(852) 2948 8304
chhleung@eduhk.hk

梁智熊教授
副教授
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(852) 2948 8304
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专门﹕: 游戏治疗及家庭教育
PhD (Psychology), The University of Melbourne
President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Knowledge Transfer 2018/19

专业机构之会员资格

  • 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
  • School Manager of ECLC

教学范畴

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

 

研究领域

  • Play and Play Assessments
  • Educational Technology and SEN
  • Teacher Beliefs
 
近期及正进行之研究计划
  • Investigating the Effectiveness of an Information Technology Entrepreneurship Training Program for Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong. (PPRF – Public Policy Research Fund)
  • Multiculturalism in the Classroom: Hong Kong Preschool Teachers' Beliefs and Practices. (HK$335,000 RGC GRF, 2015-2016).
  • University Support, Adjustment and Mental Health in Tertiary Education Students in Hong Kong. (HK$99,840 HKIED Internal Research Grant, 2013-2014).
  • Developing a Newly Designed Cognitive EduPlay (CEduP) Training to Preschool Teachers. (2013-2014).
  • Developing and evaluating e-portfolio for the final year project (FYP). (HK$163,421 HKIED Teaching Development Grants 2010-2011).
  • Use of Filial Play Model to Enhance Teacher-Child and Parent-Child Relationships, and children’s social competence. (HK$274,000 funded by Quality Education Fund, 2011-2012)
  • Relapse prevention and intervention of both internalizing and externalizing problems with use of Filial Play Training Model extended to parents. (HK$38,200 funded by Knowledge Transfer Initiative, HKIED).
  • “Business Simulation and Learning Project: Co-curricular learning programmes to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and learning for business related courses of self-funded sub-degree and top-up degree programmes. (HK$720,000 funded by Quality Enhancement Grant Scheme (QEGS) in collaboration with Ng, C.W., HKBU-CIE, 2009 - 2010).
  • Enhancing social competence and child-teacher relationship using filial play training model. (HK$167,314 HKIED Internal Research Grant, 2008-2009).
  • Developing the OBTL curriculum with blended learning in the module of RMCS (Research Methods of Childhood Study) and RC (Research in Childhood). (HK$183,590 HKIED Teaching Development Grants 2009-2010).
  • International Study Visit to Jonkoping University and Inclusive Schools in Sweden. (HK$129,835 International Study Visit Funds, 2008 – 2009)
  • An experimental study of play and social competence among preschool students in Hong Kong. (HK$12,400 HKIED Small Scale Research Fund, 2008)
  • A study of play and socio-emotional development among primary school students in Hong Kong. (HK$50,000. HKBU Faculty Research Grants, 2008)
  • 湾仔区妇女服务需要调查 (HK$120,000. 湾仔区议会, 2007)
 
期刊论文(英文)
  • Leung, C. H. & Mu, Y. (2021). Spiritual and Mental Health of Students in Hong Kong and in Mainland China under the Impact of COVID-19. Asian Education and Development Studies. https://doi.org/10.1108/AEDS-04-2021-0076
  • Leung, C. H., & Pong, H. K. (2021). Cross-sectional study of the relationship between the spiritual wellbeing and psychological health among university students. PLoS One, 16(4). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0249702
  • Leung, C.H., (2020). Teachers’ Multicultural Sensitivity Predicts Developmentally Appropriate Beliefs and Practices in the Classroom. Asian Education and Development Studies. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/AEDS-09-2020-0201/full/html.
  • Leung, C.H., & Hue, M.T. (2020). Factor structure of MTCS in Hong Kong. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2020v45n7.1, 45(7).
  • Pong, H. K., Leung, C. H., & Lung, C. L. (2019). Validating the Chinese-translated version of the Spiritual Health and Life-orientation Measure (SHALOM) amongst the Chinese youth populations in 2010 and 2018. Journal of Beliefs & Values, 1–20. https://doi.org/10.1080/13617672.2019.1693823
  • Pong, H.K., Leung C.H., & Lung, C.L. (accepted, 2019). Validating the Chinese-translated version of the Spiritual Health and Life-orientation Measure (SHALOM) amongst the Chinese youth populations in 2010 and 2018. Journal of Beliefs & Values
  • Leung, C.H. (2015). Factor Structure of PPBS with Chinese preschoolers from low-income families. Journal of Child and Youths Services Review. DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2015.04.002
  • Hue, M.T., Leung, C.H., Kennedy, K. (2015). Ethnic minority students’ conceptions of assessment: Towards ‘no loser’ classrooms for all students in Hong Kong schools. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 27, 253 -273.
  • Chan S. M. & Leung C. H. (2014). Factor Structure of the Screen for Child Anxiety-Related Emotional Disorder (SCARED) in a Community Sample of Hong Kong Chinese Adolescents. Child Psychiatry & Human Development, 46(5), 671-682. DOI: 10.1007/s 10578-014-0509-8
  • Cheung, H. P. R., & Leung, C. H. (2014). Preschool Teachers' Perceptions of Creative Personality Important for Fostering Creativity: Hong Kong Perspective. Thinking Skills and Creativity12 (1), 78-89.
  • Leung, C. H.. (2014). Enhancing social competence and child-teacher relationship using child-centred play training model. The International Journal of Early Childhood, 47(1), 135-152.
  • Leung, C. H. (2013). Validation of the Penn Interactive Peer Play Scale with preschool children in low-income families in Hong Kong. Early Child Development and Care, Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2013.773990, 184 (1), 118-137. (DOI: 10.1080/03004430.2013.773990)
  • Leung, C.H., Wong, B.K.M., Wong, J. (2013). Conceptions of Learning among pre-service and in-service ECE Students. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 38 (2), 57-67.
  • Leung, C.H. (2012). Developing the OBTL curriculum with blended learning to enhance student learning. New Horizons in Education, 60, 51-63.
  • Leung, C.H. (2012). Teacher beliefs and practices of kindergarten teachers in Hong Kong. The Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 37(1), 38-54.
  • Leung, C.H., Ng, R.C.W., & Chan, E.P.O. (2011). Can co-curricular activities enhance learning effectiveness among sub-degree students in Hong Kong. The International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 23(3), 329 – 341.
  • Leung, C.H. (2011). An experimental study of eduplay and social competency among preschool children In Hong Kong. Early Child Development and Care, 181(4), 535-548.
  • Li, Y.L., Leung, C.H., Wu, Y, S., & Lau, P.L. (2010). Fostering and assessing young children's moral and social development: Enhancing early childhood organizations' knowledge of implementing and evaluating program innovations. Hong Kong Journal of Early Childhood, 9(1), 79-81.
  • Leung, C.H., & Choi, E. (2010). A Qualitative Study of Self-Esteem, Peer Affiliation, and Academic Outcome among Low Achieving Students in Hong Kong. New Horizons in Education, 58(1), 22-42.
  • Leung, C.H., & Mak, K.Y. (2010). Training, understanding, and the attitudes of primary school teachers regarding inclusive education in Hong Kong. The International Journal of Inclusive Education, 14(8), 829-842.
  • 吴宏球和梁智熊(2010):《故事结构教学能否提升语言发展迟缓儿童的口语表达能力。》,特殊教育季刊,00,1-32。
  • Leung, C.H., & To, H.K. (2009). The relationship between stress and bullying among secondary school students. New Horizons in Education, 57(1), 33-42.
  • Leung, C.H. (2005). Modeling of parenting style, attribution, achievement motivation, and learning approaches among junior high school students. Journal of Basic Education, Vol.14(1), 23-48.
  • Leung, C.H. (2000). A path model of self-concept and family acceptance of adolescents with mild intellectual disability in Australia. Shue Yan Academic Journal, 266 - 297.
 
期刊论文(中文)
  • 吴宏球、梁智熊。(2012) (In press) 。 故事结构教学能否提升语言发展迟缓儿童的口语表达能力。特殊教育季刊。Special Education Quarterly.
  • 梁智熊,黄国贤 (2000, May). 探讨小学生性别角色与其自尊的关系. Shue Yan Academic Journal, 298-327.

 

书籍章次

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

 

学术会议论文

  • Leung, C.H. (Aug, 2018). Teachers Who Are Multiculturally Competent Also Use More Developmentally Appropriate Practices: A Study of Hong Kong Kindergartens. 2018 International Conference on Social Science and Humanities (ICSSH), Paris.
  • Leung, C.H. (Jun, 2019). Walk Along with kids ; An ecological model. 2019 International Conference of Education and Social Science in Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Leung, C.H. (May. 2017). University Support, Adjustment, and Mental Health in Tertiary Education Students in Hong Kong. 2017 Prague International Academic Conference Business & Economics Education & Social Sciences.
  • Cheung, H. W. C., Kennedy, K. J., Hue, M. T., & Leung, C. H. (2017, November). The influence of religious education on Hong Kong & Taiwanese students’ civic and social values development. Paper presented at the WERA Focal Meeting & HKERA International Conference 2017 (WERA-HKERA 2017): Innovation, Reform and Education Change in a Contemporary World, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
  • Leung, C.H. (2012, July). Developing and evaluating e-portfolio for the final year project (FYP). Paper presented at 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.

 

其他出版

  • Leung, C.H., & Ng, C.H. (2010, August). 青少年对防范赌博的认知调查。平和基金、循道卫理中心辅导及就业综合服务
  • Leung C.H., & Ng, C.H. (2009, August). 都市更新与生活素质工作坊 : 成效评估报告。圣雅各福群会。
  • Leung, C.H. (2007, September). 湾仔区妇女服务需要调查. 湾仔区议会。

 

社区及专业服务

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

梁上群博士

高级讲师II

(852) 2948-7915
leungsk@eduhk.hk

梁上群博士
高级讲师II
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(852) 2948-7915
B4-1F-18
leungsk@eduhk.hk
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专门: Diversity, Inclusive Education, Behaviour Therapy, Counselling & Career Guidance, Teacher Professional Development, Curriculum Development & Assessment, Outcome-based Education

 

EdD, University of Bristol (UK)
MSSC, City University of HK
M.Ed., University of Nottingham (UK)
B.Phil.Ed., University of Exeter (UK)

 

介绍

Dr. Sharon Leung is a senior lecturer in teacher education. She is active in facilitating academic modules as well as in-service teacher training programmes to promote integrated approaches for supporting students with special educational needs and whole-person development. With teaching experiences in mainstream schools, special schools and tertiary institutions, she is interested in conducting research activities in areas of inclusive classroom, school effectiveness and action research.  

 

教学领域

  • Diversity
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Curriculum Adaptation
  • Learning & Teaching
  • Classroom Management 

 

研究领域

  • Teacher Efficacy
  • Pragmatic Action Research

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • 2nd phase of the “Jockey Club Diversity at Schools” (2022-2024) - a school-based project for supporting students with diverse learning needs.

 

学术会议及演讲

  • LEUNG, S. K. (2019). Action Research – An Innovative Way to Teacher Professional Development. 11 May 2019, University of Bristol.
  • LEUNG, S. K. (2018). Differentiated Instruction for Improving Learning & Behavioural Problems of Student Diversity. 14 May 2018, QEF/Education Bureau.  
  • LEUNG, S. K. (2014). Designing Rubrics for Outcome-based Assessment.  4 September 2014, Lingnan University.
  • LEUNG, S. K. (2014). Curriculum Development, Teaching & Learning and Criterion-based Assessment. 13 March 2014, Lingnan University.

 

社区及专业服务

Organization-based Consultancy & Contributions

  • LEUNG, S. K. (2018). Self-initiative Learning & Establishment of Learning Community across School Settings. Hong Chi Morning Hill School Press – a QEF project of Education Bureau. 
  • LEUNG, S. K. (2012). Strategies for Examination. Shatin Baptist Church Press, Vol. 77.
  • LEUNG, S. K. (2012). Career & Life Planning. Shatin Baptist Church Press, Vol. 78.
  • CHIK, S.H. and LEUNG, S.K. (2007). Handbook for Teaching Students with Special Educational Needs. Teaching and Learning Centre of Vocational Training Council - a project of in-house teacher development.

刘慧楠博士

研究助理教授

(852) 2948 6795
hliu@eduhk.hk

刘慧楠博士
研究助理教授
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(852) 2948 6795
D2-2/F-33
hliu@eduhk.hk
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Specialisation: Youth mental health, Deviant behaviors, Community rehabilitation

Ph.D. (Psychology), The Education University of Hong Kong

 

Introduction

Huinan’s core research interest is mental health problems and deviant behaviors. Along this line, she is interested in the underlying mechanism of psychological resilience and pathway of desistance among the juvenile offenders.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Research method

  • Child and Adolescent Development

  • Stress and Health

 

Research Interests

  • Youth mental health

  • Deviant behaviors

  • Community rehabilitation

 

Academic Conference and Presentation

  • Liu, H., Hou, W. K., & Bonanno, G. A.(2023, May). Psychopathology and Resilience Among Juvenile Offenders: Multi-Level Predictors for Longitudinal Trajectories. The 2023 APS Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., USA. Poster presentation; Flash talk.

  • Liu, H., Mok, Y. C., Lau, K. L., & Hou, W. K. (2023, Mar). Measuring everyday adaptation after imprisonment: The post-release living inventory for ex-prisoners (PORLI-ex). The 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Brussels, Belgium. Poster presentation.

  • Liu, H., & Hou, W. K. (2021, Oct). Meta-analysis of Trauma and Mental Health Among Correctional Population. Greater Bay Area Young Scholar Forum on Psychological Science. Oral presentation.

  • Liu, H., & Hou, W. K. (2021, July). Meta-analysis of Trauma and Mental Health Among Correctional Population. 41st International Conference of the Stress, Trauma, Anxiety, and Resilience (STAR) Society. Haifa, Israel. Session chair; Oral presentation.

  • Liu, H., & Hou, W. K. (2021, July). Meta-analysis of Trauma and Mental Health Among Correctional Population. 32nd International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Prague, Czech Republic. Oral presentation.

 

Community and Professional Services

Ad-Hoc Reviewer for International Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • BMC Public Health
  • BMC Psychiatry
  • BMC Geriatrics
  • Cogent Medicine

 

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Graduate membership of Hong Kong Psychological Society

 

Publications

  • Li, J., Xiao, M., & Liu, H. (corresponding author, accepted) A latent profile analysis of subjective exercise experience among physically vulnerable college students and psychiatric symptoms correlates during three phases of COVID-19 in Wuhan, China. Frontiers in Psychology.

  • Liu, H., Mok, Y. C., Lau, K. L., & Hou, W. K. (2023). Measuring everyday adaptation after imprisonment: The post-release living inventory for ex-prisoners (PORLI-ex). International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 23(2), 100352. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijchp.2022.100352

  • Hou, W. K., Li, T. W., Liang, L., Liu, H., Ettman, C. K., Hobfoll, S. E., Lee, T. M. C., & Galea, S. (2022). Trends of depression and anxiety during massive civil unrest and COVID-19 in Hong Kong, 2019–2020. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 145, 77-84. https://10.1016/j.jpsychires.2021.11.037

  • Ho, P.L., Li, T.W., Liu, H., Yeung, T.F., Hou, W. K. (2022) Testing a New Protocol of Nature-Based Intervention to Enhance Well-Being: A Randomized Control Trial. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19073931

  • Li, T. W., Liang, L., Ho, P. L., Yeung, E. T. F., Liu, H., Hobfoll, S. E., & Hou, W. K. (2022). Coping resources mediate the prospective associations between disrupted daily routines and psychiatric symptoms: A population-based cohort study. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 152, 260-268.

  • Liu, H., Li, T. W., Liang, L., & Hou, W. K. (2021). Trauma exposure and mental health of prisoners and ex-prisoners: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review, 102069. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cpr.2021.102069

  • Hou, W. K., Lee, T. M. C., Liang, L., Li, T. W., Liu, H., Ettman, C. K., & Galea, S. (2021). Civil unrest, COVID-19 stressors, anxiety, and depression in the acute phase of the pandemic: a population-based study in Hong Kong. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 56(8), 1499–1508. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00127-021-02037-5

  • Hou, W. K., Lee, T. M. C., Liang, L., Li, T. W., Liu, H., Tong, H., Ben-Ezra, M., & Goodwin, R. (2021). Psychiatric symptoms and behavioral adjustment during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from two population-representative cohorts. Translational Psychiatry, 11(1), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41398-021-01279-w

  • Liang, L., Ben-Ezra, M., Chan, E. W., Liu, H., Lavenda, O., & Hou, W. K. (2021). Psychometric evaluation of the Adjustment Disorder New Module-20 (ADNM-20): A multi-study analysis. Journal of Anxiety Disorders81, 102406. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.janxdis.2021.102406

  • Hou, W. K., Tong, H., Liang, L., Li, T. W., Liu, H, Ben-Ezra, M., Goodwin, R., & Lee, T. M. C.*(2021). Probable anxiety and components of psychological resilience amid COVID-19: A population-based study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 282, 594-601. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2020.12.127

  • Chan, E. W. W., Liang, L., Liu, H., & Hou, W. K. (2021). The moderated associations of self-compassion with physiological and psychological stress responses: Comparisons between cancer caregivers and non-caregivers. Journal of Health Psychology1, 12. https://doi.org/10.1177/13591053211030994

  • Hou, W. K., Hall, B. J., Liang, L., Li, T. W., Liu, H., & Galea, S. (2021). Probable depression and suicidal ideation in Hong Kong amid massive civil unrest. Annals of Epidemiology, 54, 45-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annepidem.2020.09.006

  • Tong, H., Hou, W. K., Liang, L., Li, T. W., Liu, H., Lee, T. M. C. (2021). Age-related effects of rumination on the loneliness-depression relationship: Evidence from a population-representative cohort. Innovation in Aging, 5(4), igab034. https://doi.org/10.1093/geroni/igab034

  • Hou, W. K., Liu, H., Liang, L., Ho, J., Kim, H., Seong, E., Bonanno, G. A., Hobfoll, S. E., & Hall, B. J. (2020). Everyday life experiences and mental health among conflict-affected forced migrants: A meta-analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders, 264, 50-68. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2019.11.165

  • Li, T. W., Lee, T. M. C., Goodwin, R., Ben-Ezra, M., Liang, L., Liu, H., & Hou, W. K. (2020). Social capital, income change, and psychobehavioral responses amid COVID-19: A population-based analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(23), 8888. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17238888

  • 亓培超和刘慧楠 心理测试技术在判断犯罪意图和过失中的应用[J].中国刑事警察, 2019,185(1):27-32.

 

Honours/Awards

  • Postgraduate Students Publication Award (A*) 2021-22, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China
  • Whole Person Development Award, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China
  • Outstanding Graduation Thesis Presentation Award, Department of Psychology, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China
  • HKSAR Government Outreach Scholarship Award, Hong Kong SAR Government, Hong Kong SAR, China

刘思斯博士

助理教授

(852) 2948-8079
sisiliu@eduhk.hk

刘思斯博士
助理教授
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(852) 2948-8079
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sisiliu@eduhk.hk
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专门: Cognitive Development, Educational Psychology, Reading Development

PhD, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Introduction

Dr. Sisi Liu received her PhD in Educational Psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research has two themes. She is interested in understanding reading development in typically developing children and children with dyslexia. She also conducted research with students and adults to identify cognitive and emotive correlates of creativity. Her current research examines the roles of attention in reading and creativity.

 

Teaching Areas

  • Supporting parents and families with diverse needs
  • Creative and critical thinking, and problem solving
  • Honours project supervision

 

Research Interests

  • Cognitive psychology
  • Reading development
  • Creativity and creative cognition
  • Attention and executive control

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • The effect of bilingualism on creativity. Research Seed Fund, funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$50,000 (Principal Investigator; 2022-2023).
  • Self-expansion and creativity: A field study on design and advertising creativity. Start-up Research Grant, funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$150,000 (Principal Investigator; 2023-2024).
  • The association between self-expansion experience and creativity. Direct Grant, funded by Lingnan University, HK$79,955 (Principal Investigator; 2021-2022).
  • Improving children’s Chinese literacy performance by developing an educational computer game for training morphological skills. Funded by Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR), HK$1,742,890. (Co-Investigator; 2018-2020)
  • Facilitating reading acquisition in Hong Kong Chinese children with an education game. Knowledge Transfer Funds, funded by the Education University of Hong Kong, HK$149,950 (Co-Investigator; 2016-2017)

 

Academic Conference and Presentation

  • Liu, S., Peng, M., Tang, Y. P., & Lewandowski, G. W. (Aug 2022). Self-expansion and creativity: The effect of broadening one's horizons. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention 2022, online.
  • Liu, D., Liu, S., & Xu, Z. (Mar 2021). The effects of stimulus-driven and goal-directed attentional control on word reading skills among first-grade Chinese children. Paper presented at the fifth Annual Meeting of The Association for Reading and Writing in Asia, online, hosted by Taiwan Normal University.
  • Liu, D., Liu, S. (Feb 2018). The deficit of Chinese children with poor reading abilities in visual-spatial attention. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Reading and Writing in Asia, Tsukuba, Japan. 
  • Xu, H. X., Liu, S. (Mar 2017). Unpacking the pattern of identity statuses of Hong Kong secondary school students and its relationship with community service engagement. Paper presented at the 2017 Spring Annual Conference of Comparative Education Society of Asia, Hong Kong.
  • Liu, S. & Lee, N. Y. L. (Dec 2012). Promoting creativity at the university: Some pedagogical suggestions. Paper presented at the 2012 Annual Conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education, Newport, UK.

 

Community and Professional Services

  •  Ad-hoc reviewer for PLOS ONE; Journal of Learning Disabilities; Journal for the Study of Education and Development; Journal of Education and Training Studies

 

Publications

  • Liu, S., Xu, Z. Y., & Liu, D. (accepted). The effects of stimulus-driven and goal-directed attentional control on word reading skills among first-grade Chinese children. Journal of Research in Reading.
  • Liu, S., Peng, M., & Lewandowski, G. W., Jr. (2021). Psychometric evaluation of a Chinese translation of the relational and individual self-expansion scales. Current Psychology. doi:10.1007/s12144-021-02585-8
  • Xu, H. X. & Liu, S. (2021). Exploring the association between community service participation and identity development among middle adolescents: A study in Hong Kong. Self and Identity. doi:10.1080/15298868.2021.1961853 
  • Liu, S. & Liu, D. (2020). Visual-spatial Attention and Reading Achievement in Hong Kong Chinese Children: Evidence from a One-year Longitudinal Study. Scientific Studies of Reading, 24(3), 214-228. doi:10.1080/10888438.2019.1648475
  • Liu, S., Wang, L. C., & Liu, D. (2019). Auditory, visual, and cross-modal temporal processing skills among Chinese children with developmental dyslexia. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 52(6), 431-441.doi: 10.1177/0022219419863766
  • Liu, S., Wang, L. C., & Liu, D. (2019). Deficits of visual search in Chinese children with dyslexia. Journal of Research in Reading, 42(2), 454–468. doi: 10.1111/1467-9817.12277
  • Liu, S. & Peng, M. (2018). Does scope of attention affect creativity? Testing the attentional priming hypothesis. Journal of Creative Behavior, 54(2), 423-435. doi:10.1002/jocb.378
  • Liu, S., Liu, D., Pan, Z, & Xu, Z. (2018). The Association between reading abilities and visual-spatial attention in Hong Kong Chinese children. Dyslexia, 24(3), 263-275. doi:10.1002/dys.1584
  • Chan, J. C. S., Xu, H., & Liu, S. (2018). Enhancing students’ interpersonal capabilities through service learning: A Hong Kong case. Journal of Youth Studies, 21(2), 91-104.
  • Liu, S. (2016). Broaden the mind before ideation: The effect of conceptual attention scope on creativity. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 22, 190-200. doi:10.1016/j.tsc.2016.10.004

罗頴嘉博士

助理教授

(852) 2948 8098
julialo@eduhk.hk

罗頴嘉博士
助理教授
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(852) 2948 8098
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专门: Systemic-developmental approach, Family-based intervention, Practice Research

Ph.D. (Social Welfare), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

MSSc (Social Work), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

BSSc (Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Introduction

Dr. Julia Lo is a registered social worker and a qualified family therapist in Hong Kong. She is also a fellow of the Asian Academy of Family Therapy and a professional member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. Her research focuses on the use of family-based intervention, such as family therapy and Multiple Family Therapy, in helping Chinese families of children and adolescents with special education needs such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Intellectual Disabilities (ID).

 

Teaching Areas

  • Child and Adolescent Counseling
  • Practicum

 

Research interests

  • Family-based intervention
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Lo, J. W. K., & Ma, J. L. C. (in press). The perceived helpfulness of Structural Family Therapy in caring for Hong Kong Chinese families of an adolescent with intellectual disabilities: a qualitative inquiry. British Journal of Learning Disabilities.
  • Lo, J. W. K., Ma, J. L. C., Wong, M. M. C., & Yau-Ng, M. L. T. (2022). Virtual Care during the Pandemic: Multi-Family Group Sessions for Hong Kong Chinese families of adolescents with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. DOI: 10.1177/17446295221076693
  • Lo, J. W. K., & Ma, J. L. C. (2022). Use of Nature in a Multi-Family Therapy for Chinese Families of Adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Photo-elicitation Study. Journal of Family Therapy. DOI: 10.1111/1467-6427.12398
  • Siu, A. F. Y., & Lo, J. W. K. (2020). Promising effect of a Family Rugby Programme for ADHD children: Promoting Parent-child relationship and Perceptual Change on Child’s behaviors. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 39.  DOI: 10.1016/j.ctcp.2020.101135
  • Ma, J. L. C., Wong, C. Y., Xia, L. L. L., Lo, J. W. K. (2019). Repairing the Parent-Child Relationship for a Hong Kong Family of an Adult Daughter with High Functioning Autism (HFA) Through Family Therapy and Multiple Family Therapy. Contemporary Family Therapy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10591-019-09529-2.
  • Lo, J. W. K., & Ma, J. L.C. (2019). Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder from the Social-ecological and Evolutionary perspectives: Implication to an alternative psychosocial intervention for Chinese families of adolescents with ADHD. Movement and Nutrition in Health and Disease, 3, 42-47. DOI: 10.5283/mnhd.20.
  • Wan, E. S. F., Lo, J. W. K., Ma, J. L.C., Yau-Ng, M. L.T., & Lai, K. Y.C. (2018). Parental Experience in Multi-Family Therapy for Chinese Families of Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Exploring the Role of Mutual Aid. Asian Journal of Family Therapy, 2(1), 62-76.
  • Ma, J. L.C., Lai, K. Y. C., & Lo, J. W. K. (2017). Impact of Age and Symptom Severity on Parent-Child Relationships and Self-Perception among Chinese Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Social Work in Mental Health. DOI: 10.1080/15332985.2016.1261752
  • Ma, J. L.C., Lai, K. Y. C., & Lo, J. W. K. (2016). Perceived social support in Chinese parents of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in a Chinese context: Implications for social work practice. Social Work in Mental Health, 1-19.
  • Wan, E. S. F., Ma, J. L.C., Lai, K. Y.C., & Lo, J. W. K. (2016). The Subjective Experiences of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder of Chinese Families in Hong Kong: Co-Construction of Meanings in Multiple Family Groups. Health & Social Work41(3), 164-172.

 

Conference presentation

  • Ma, J. L.C., Lo, J. W.K., Yau-Ng, M. L. T., & Tam, A. (Mar 2021). Effectiveness of an onsite/online hybrid mode of a Competency-based Family Therapy Training for Mental Health Professionals who work with Chinese Families of Parental Depression in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 2021 IFTA Conference World Family Therapy Congress (Virtual conference),
  • Lo, J. W.K. & Ma, J. L.C. (Jun 2019). Multi-Family Group for Chinese families of Adolescents with ADHD: the use of nature, the helpful factors and the perceived changes. Paper presented at the ADHD conference, Regensburg, Germany.
  • Lo, J. W.K. & Ma, J. L.C. (Oct 2018). The Family Developmental Vacation” Multi-Family Group for Chinese Families of Adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Paper presented at the AAFT 5th Annual Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Lo, J. W.K. & Ma, J. L.C. (Sept 2018). Family Experience of Participation in Multi-Family Group for Chinese Families of Adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 7th Qualitative Research in Mental Health Conference, Berlin, Germany.
  • Lo, J. W.K. & Ma, J. L.C. (Mar 2018). The Use of Family camp in Multi-Family Group with Chinese families of adolescents with ADHD. Papers presented at the 2018 IFTA Conference World Family Therapy Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Wan, E. S. F., Lo, J. W.K. & Ma, J. L.C. (Mar 2018). Parental Experience in Multi-Family Therapy for Chinese Families of Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Exploring the Role of Mutual Aid. Papers presented at the 2018 IFTA Conference World Family Therapy Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Ma, J. L.C., Lai, K. Y. C., & Lo, J. W.K. (Jun 2016). Impact of Age and Symptom Severity on Parent-Child Relationships and Self-Perception among Chinese Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, Singapore.
  • Wan, E. S. F., Ma, J. L.C, Lai, K. Y.C., &, Lo, J. W.K. (Mar 2015). The Subjective Experiences of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder of Chinese Families in Hong Kong: Co-Construction of Meanings in Multiple Family Groups. Paper presented at the 23rd International Family Therapy Conference World Family Therapy Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11.3. 2015 – 13.3.2015.

 

Newspaper or Online Articles

  • Han, M., Lo, J. W. K., & Ma, J. L. C. (2022). Stop Institutional Child Abuse: Restructuring the staff training system. (終止院舍兒童受虐 重構員工培訓系統). Ming Pao, 31.1.2022. (in Chinese)
  • Lo, J. W. K., Han, M., & Ma, J. L. C. (2022). Stop Institutional Child Abuse: Improve the organizational management. (終止院舍兒童受虐  須改革機構管理). Ming Pao, 25.1.2022. (in Chinese)
  • Ma, J. L. C., Wong, M. M. C., Ng, M. L. T., Lo, J. W. K., & Chen, Y. (2021). Exchange of gifts between families of special needs children through an online intervention group. (特殊需要家庭衝破「困獸鬥」 線上交換「禮物」添歡樂). Ming Pao, 29.3.2021. (in Chinese) 
  • Ma, J. L. C., & Lo, J. W. K. (2016). Stop the aggression in families of children with ADHD (“家有ADHD小孩易生摩擦  家庭治療讓親子停火”). Ming Pao, 19.12.2016. (in Chinese)
  • Lo, J. W.K. (2013). Changes in the systems (“系統互動 改變在其中”). Rthk eTVonline, 18.3.2013. http://utalks.etvonline.hk/article16.php (in Chinese)

 

Community and Professional Services

Advisor, Hong Kong Association for AD/HD

Ad hoc Reviewer, Children & Youth Services Review

Ad hoc Reviewer, Child & Family Social Work

 

Knowledge Transfer

Public Education and Professional Training Workshops/Seminar (selected)

  • Conducting Multi-Family Group for Chinese families of adolescents with intellectual disabilities” for Social workers in rehabilitation services (the Haven of Hope), 26.4.2022, with Prof. Joyce Ma.
  • Conducting Online Groups and Programmes in Family and Child Welfare Services” for the Certificate course for Family and Children Service Workers (the Hong Kong Academy of Social Work, Hong Kong Social Workers Association), 7.4.2022.
  • “Multi-family group and Family development” for parents of school-age children (The Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong). 5.3.2022
  • “Positive Psychology: Family Resilience and Self-efficacy in the changing era” for Secondary School Students (The True Light Middle School of Hong Kong) 16.11.2020
  • “Chinese families of young people with ADHD and positive family mental health” for parents and helping professionals (The Hong Kong Association For AD/HD). 20.10.2018

关陈立颖博士

高级讲师II

(852) 2948 8474
lkwan@eduhk.hk

关陈立颖博士
高级讲师II
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(852) 2948 8474
Fax: (852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-08
lkwan@eduhk.hk
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专门: 粤语或多语言人口的柏金逊症,脑退化症,中风 或 脑神经病症导致的言语语言障碍 ,网上远距言语治疗,临床教育。

PhD, The University of Hong Kong
MEd, The University of Hong Kong
BSc (Speech and Hearing Sciences), The University of Hong Kong
Member of Register of Speech Therapists (HKIST)
Committee member (Registration Committee, HKIST)

 

简介

Dr. Lorinda Kwan-Chen is an experienced clinical researcher, clinical educator and practitioner of speech-language pathology.  Her professional expertise is on the assessment and intervention of primary progressive aphasia, post-stroke aphasia, dysarthria, and apraxia of speech in multilingual Chinese populations with dementia, Parkinson’s disease, or stroke.


Dr. Kwan-Chen has been a lecturer and clinical educator in different universities, instituting and teaching undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of speech-language pathology. She has trained more than 800 speech therapists, and consults numerous government and non-government, local and overseas organizations for the betterment of the profession. In her endeavour to improve speech therapy service, Dr. Kwan-Chen has helped to set up regional community-based speech and language rehabilitation services, and since 2016, she has also jump-started the first regular tele-health speech therapy for local patients with neurological speech and language disorders.

 

教学范畴

  • Speech, Language and Communication Disorders
  • Assessment and Intervention of Speech, Language, Communication and Learning Disabilities
  • Practicum and Advanced Practicum ( Clinical Education of pre-qualified speech-language therapists) on Speech, language, Communication Disorders, and Swallowing Disorders in people with Parkinson's Disease, Stroke ( Cerebral-vascular Accidents), Dementia, Traumatic Brain Injuries, and other neurological conditions.
  • Tele-health and face-to-face speech therapy intervention strategies.
  • Evidence-based Practice in Speech-Language Pathology and Research Methodology
  • Evidence-based Capstone Projects
  • Overview of Language, Physical and Sensory Difficulties
  • Education Projects

 

研究领域

  • Dysarthria, Primary progressive aphasia, Aphasia, Apraxia of Speech in Cantonese, Mandarin, and bilinguals.
  • Telehealth speech therapy
  • Curriculum development and clinical education of pre-qualification speech therapists

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

Dysarthria

  • Longitudinal study of impact of STN-DBS on speech in Cantonese-speakers with Parkinson’s disease
  • RCT of hybrid tele-practice speech therapy for people with dysarthria
  • Emotional Prosody in Diagnosing Hypokinetic Dysarthria
  • Cantonese contour lexical tones produced by speakers with Parkinson's disease
  • Dysprosody in speakers with and without hypokinetic dysarthria associated with Parkinson’s disease
  • Tone distortion in ataxic dysarthria associated with spinocerebellar atrophy

 

Primary progressive aphasia

  • Development of Cantonese language battery for Primary Progressive Aphasia ( CLAP)
  • Dyslexia presentation in Chinese speaking primary progressive aphasia individuals
  • Lexical Tone Characteristics of Chinese speaking Primary Progressive Aphasia.
  • Cantonese Speech and Language battery for the diagnosis of non-fluent variant Primary Progressive Aphasia in multi-lingual speaker
  • Establishment treatment  effectiveness of Primary Progressive Aphasia

 

Aphasia, Apraxia of Speech

  • Grammatical morphology in aphasia: Evidence from Cantonese classifiers
  • Communication Capacities and Barriers in Parents with Aphasia and their Adolescence Children

 

Telehealth speech therapy

  • RCT of telepractice speech therapy for people with dysarthria

 

部份出版
 

Journal Articles

  • Tee, B.L. De Leon, J., Kwan-Chen, L. L Y., Miller, B; Lo, R.,Europa, E., Sudarsan, S., Grasso, S., Gorno-Tempini, M. L. (2021). Tonal and orthographic analysis in a Cantonese-speaking individual with nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia' Neurocase. https://doi.org/10.1080/13554794.2021.1925302
  • Kwan-Chen, L. L. Y., & Whitehill, T. L. (2011). Perception of Speech by Individuals with Parkinson's Disease: A Review. Parkinson's Disease, 2011, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.4061/2011/389767
  • Whitehill, T. L., Kwan-Chen, L. L. Y., Lee, F. P. H., Chow, M. M. N. (2011). Effect of LSVT on Lexical Tone in Speakers with Parkinson's Disease. Parkinson's Disease, 2011, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.4061/2011/897494

Book Chapter

  • 关陈立颖(2012):帕金逊症引起的言语障碍与治疗,辑於余毓灵医生,杨汉明医生编,缘兮帕金逊(增订版),(81-87),香港,经济日报出版社。 
  • 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, J. Higgs, & C. Bithell (Eds.), Innovations in allied health fieldwork education: A critical appraisal (pp. 261-270). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Conference Paper

  • Ho, KY., & Kwan-Chen, L. (2020, Feb). Tone distortion in ataxic dysarthria associated with spinocerebellar atrophy. 2020 Biennial Motor Speech Conference, Santa Barbara, California, US
  • Tee, B. Gorno-Tempini, M. & Kwan-Chen, L. (2019, June). Dyslexia presentation in Chinese speaking primary progressive aphasia individuals. Conference Abstract: Academy of Aphasia 57th Annual Meeting, Hong Kong. 
  • Chan, T., & Kwan-Chen, L. (2019, May). Grammatical morphology in aphasia: Evidence from Cantonese classifiers. Front. Hum. neurosci. conference abstract: academy of aphasia 57th annual meeting, Hong Kong.
  • Mak, LLA., Kwan-Chen L Wang LC. (2019, June). What does emotional prosody tell us about early-onset Parksinson’s Disease?. Paper presented at World Parkinson’s Congress, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Tee, B. Gorno-Tempini, M. & Kwan-Chen, L. (2019, June). Dyslexia presentation in Chinese speaking primary progressive aphasia individuals. Conference Abstract: Academy of Aphasia 57th Annual Meeting, Hong Kong.
  • Chan, T., & Kwan-Chen, L. (2019, May). Grammatical morphology in aphasia: Evidence from Cantonese classifiers. Front. Hum. neurosci. conference abstract: academy of aphasia 57th annual meeting, Hong Kong.
  • Tee, BL., Deleon, J., Kwan-Chen LLY., Yang FP., Lo, RY., Chen TF., Gorno-Tempini M.L. (2019, April). Linguistic Tone Characteristics of Chinese speaking Primary Progressive Aphasia. Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) Satellite Symposium, San Paulo, Brazil.
  • Boon-Lead Tee, Jessica Deleon, Kwan-Chen Lorinda, Maria Luisa Gorno-Tempini (2018, November). Use of novel Cantonese Speech and Language battery for the diagnosis of non-fluent variant primary progressive aphasia in a multi-lingual speaker. International Congress of Fronto-Temporal Dementias ( ICFTD), Sydney, Australia.
  • Cheng Cheuk Yui Clara, Kwan-Chen Li Ying Lorinda (2018, November). Is Emotional Prosody more informative than MPT and Discourse Reading in Diagnosing Hypokinetic Dysarthria?. Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium 2018, Hong Kong.
  • Ko Ka Yan Cherry, Kwan-Chen Lorinda (2018, November). The Production of Emotional Prosodies in School-age Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium 2018, Hong Kong.
  • Lau Ka Yuk Camay, Kwan-Chen Lorinda (2018, November). Perception of Emotional Prosodies in School-age Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium 2018,, Hong Kong.
  • Tam Wing Sum & Kwan-Chen Lorinda (2018, November). Exploring the Difference between Communication Capacities and Barriers in Parents with Aphasia and their Adolescence Children. Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium 2018,, Hong Kong.
  • Kwan-Chen, L. (2018, February). Dysprosody in speakers with and without hypokinetic dysarthria associated with Parkinson’s disease. Paper presented at Nineteenth Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, Savannah, Georgia.
  • Huen, J. Y. H., Yuen, K. C. P., & Kwan-Chen, L. L. W. (2018, February). Typical listeners’ recognition of monosyllabic words carrying Cantonese contour lexical tones produced by speakers with Parkinson's disease. Paper presented at Nineteenth Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, Savannah, Georgia.
  • Kwan-Chen, L., & Ng, M. (2018, February). Emotional Dysprosody in Speakers with Hypokinetic Dysarthria Associated with Parkinson’s Disease. Paper presented at Nineteenth Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, Savannah, Georgia, USA.
  • Kwan-Chen, L. (2017, November). On-Line Speech Therapy (Tele-Health) Service for People with Parkinson’s Disease. Paper presented at the Hong Kong Parkinson's Disease Foundation 15th Anniversary Celebration Symposium, Hong Kong.
  • Kwan-Chen, L. (2017, November). The Emotional Side of Hypokinetic Dysarthria, and Its Implication to the Assessment and Intervention of People with Parkinson's Disease. Paper presented at the Hong Kong Parkinson's Disease Foundation 15th Anniversary Celebration Symposium, Hong Kong.
  • Kwan-Chen, L. (2017, September). The Emotional Prosodies of People with Dysarthria Associated with Parkinson ’s Disease. Paper presented at the 10th Asia Pacific Conference of Speech, Language, and Hearing, Narita, Japan.
  • Kwan-Chen Lorinda, Chin Chi On (2016, August). Constructing sentences with the semantic role of instrument by a Cantonese speaker with Broca's Aphasia. 30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP),, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Kwan-Chen Lorinda, La Pointe, Leonard (2016, August). Having a parent with aphasia- a case report. 30th World Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP),, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Kwan, LYC Lorinda; Ng, L. Manwa.; Tang H.Hannah.; Whitehill, L. Tara (2016, March). Listener's perception of emotion prosody in Cantonese speakers with hypokinetic dysarthria associated with Parkinson's disease. 2016 Motor Speech Conference, California, US.

 

Knowledge Transfer

  • 柏金逊症吞咽障碍:照顾者锦囊 2021 4月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】58期 
  • 柏金逊症言语障碍:照顾者锦囊 2021 2月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】57期
  • 疫中存希望----网上言语治疗 2020 11月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】56期 
  • 自我评估吞咽能力,尽早开始言语治疗. 2020 7月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】55期 
  • 自我评估说话能力,尽早开始言语治疗. 2020 4月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】54期
  • 深脑刺激法会造成言语障碍吗?2020。1月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】53期
  • 你有语意问题吗?快查找病徵。2019,11月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】52期
  • 言语障碍多面睇,不同阶段,不同症状2019.8月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】51期
  • 言语治疗 助你讲得好,吞得到 2019.1月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】49期
  • 非典型的柏金逊病症,非典型的言语吞咽障碍? 2018.11月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】48期
  • 【柏金逊病症吞咽障碍】冷知识 2018.8月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】47期
  • 突破地点限制 网上言语治疗送到你家。 2017 12 月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】44期
  • 听声音就能诊断柏金逊症?2017 8月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】43期
  • 嘈杂环境有助练大声?2017 5月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】42期
  • 为什么柏金逊病者会口吃?2017.3月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】41期
  • 什么是低运动型构音障碍? 2016.12月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊 10周年特刊【柏友新知】40期
  • 言语治疗新科技 2016. 8月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】39期
  • 网上遥距言语治疗免去舟车劳顿 2016. 5月香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】38期
  • 减低吞咽障碍有良方 2016 2月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】37期
  • 深脑刺激法会影响言语功能吗?2015 7月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】35期
  • 言语障碍是柏金逊症早期的病徵吗?2015 4月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】34期
  • 柏金逊症患者拒人於千里之外?2015 1月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】33期
  • 音乐治疗能治疗柏金逊症的言语障碍吗?2014 7月 香港柏金逊症基金会季刊【柏友新知】31期
  • 关陈立颖(2012):帕金逊症引起的言语障碍与治疗,辑於余毓灵医生,杨汉明医生编,缘兮帕金逊(增订版),(81-87),香港,经济日报出版社。
  • 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 (261-270). The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

 

Research Grants awarded

  • Establishing evidence to speech and language intervention of Cantonese Speakers with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA)[ funded by Research Seed Fund 2019 - 20]HKD 50,000.
  • 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 [风语桥-中风人士亲子沟通]funded by Knowledge Transfer Fund 2014-15 by EdUHK], HKD 130,136

 

Honorary Appointment

  • Committee member (Registration Committee, The Hong Kong Institute of Speech Therapists (2018 - )
  • Honorary Speech Therapist, Hospital Authority (2019 – 2020)
  • Collaborator, ALBA Language Neurobiology Lab, Memory and Aging Centre, UCSF

黄家雯博士

讲师

(852) 2948 8688
cwooi@eduhk.hk

黄家雯博士
讲师
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(852) 2948 7794
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专门: 言语病理学

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

黄家雯是毕业於马来西亚国民大学的语言治疗师。在获得香港大学哲学硕士学位前, 她曾执业于吉隆坡鹰阁医疗中心。

 

教学领域

  • 儿童语言发展
  • 儿童及青少年语言障碍
  • 阅读及写作发展

 

研究领域

  • 特殊语言障碍
  • 记忆力与儿童语言发展
  • 双语/多语

 

期刊论文

  • 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.

 

研讨会论文

  • 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.

潘颂儿博士

讲师

(852) 2948 7989
pooncy@eduhk.hk

潘颂儿博士
讲师
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(852) 2948 7794
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pooncy@eduhk.hk
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专门: 情绪行为困难, 家长教育, 融合教育

EdD, The Hong Kong Institute of Education (The Education University of Hong Kong)
MA (Parent Education), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Postgraduate Diploma (Parent Education), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
TCSEN (Teachers of Children with Special Educational Needs)
BEd, First Class Honors and The Dean’s List, The Hong Kong Institute of Education

简介

Dr. Poon Chung Yee is an academic and experienced educator with 24-year professional experience with Qualify Teacher Status. In the past, he had worked as a teacher and Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) in primary school for ten years. In 2007, he joined EdUHK in the Department of Special Education and Counselling. Now, He is mainly responsible for designing, coordinating, implementing, and teaching the BEdSN programme, the BAT programme, and Professional Development Programme, which are inclusive/Special Education training programmes commissioned by EDB for in-service teachers. Moreover, he is eager to serve the community. He was an executive committee of the Special Education Society of Hong Kong with good relationships and strong networks with schools and communities. He also provided school-based support and training projects for HK and Macao schools. His endeavors to advance the development of Special/Inclusive education in Hong Kong are remarkable.

教学范畴

  • Emotional Behavioral Difficulties
  • ASD
  • ADHD
  • Children with Special Needs
  • Family
  • Inclusive Education

 

研究领域

  • Emotional Behavioral Difficulties
  • Teacher-Student Relationship: Five Love Languages

 

学术会议发表

  • Wang, D. C., Poon, C. Y., Fung, C. I. (2017). Understanding on How Tailored Curriculum Affects Students with Learning Difficulties in Learning Mathematics. Paper presented at WERA Focal Meeting & HKERA International Conference 2017, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, C. Y. (2011). Using Five Love Languages to foster relationships between teacher and student with EBD. Paper presented at International Conference on Addressing Student Learning Diversity, Hong Kong.
  • 苏建群, 潘颂儿, 林镇威, 吕梓良 (2017年12月):多维向度支援融合教育发展,「世界教育研究学会会议暨香港教育研究学会国际研讨会2017」,香港。
  • 潘颂儿 (2009年3月):自闭症儿童家长协作,论文发表於「联合国世界自闭症关爱日:全国自闭症康复教育研讨会」,广州,中国。

 

期刊论文

  • 潘颂儿 (2015): 「特殊教育统筹主任证书课程简介:课程目的、内容与结构」,《香港特殊教育期刊》,17,页121-123。
  • 潘颂儿、吕明、冼权锋、高凤展、杨兰和黄婉冰 (2013) :智障学生中学後持续教育课程的需求,《香港特殊教育论坛》,15,页36-47。

 

书籍章次

  • 冼权锋、潘颂儿、谭伟权和喻雅婷 (2016) :《体验与反思:中国特殊教育骨干教师培训》,香港教育大学特殊学习需要与融合教育中心。
  • 潘颂儿(2011):「与自闭症学童家长协作」,刊於冼权锋及余秀萤(编) (2011),《自症学童教育:粤港自闭症研讨会文集》,36-40页, 香港:香港教育学院特殊学习需要与融合教育中心及香港自闭症联盟。
  • 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.
  • 曾觉慧,  潘颂儿 (2010):「透过通识课堂,提升学生互动的研究」,载於冼权锋、何福全(2010),《合作学习,在特殊学校的实践语启示》,页45-49,特殊学习需要与融合教育中心,香港教育学院。
  • 曾觉慧, 潘颂儿 (2010):「在通识科中应用合作学习,提升轻度智障学生的学习态度」,载於冼权锋、何福全(2010),《合作学习,在特殊学校的实践语启示》,页45-49,特殊学习需要与融合教育中心,香港教育学院。

 

知识转移活动及社区服务

2016-2017

  • School-based support to teachers and parents for Escola Dom Luis VersigLia School in Macau.
  • The teaching of Parent Course for Macau Teachers: Course on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs, commissioned programme by Swire Group Charitable Trust 2016-2019.
  • A Community Member of School Management Committee of Hennessy Road Government Primary School from 2015-2017
  • Teaching of Professional Development Course for Macau Teachers: Advanced Course for Special Education Teachers, commissioned programme by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR
  • Teaching of Professional Development Course for Macau Teachers: Course on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs, commissioned programme by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR
  • Teaching of Professional Development Course for Macau Teachers: Course for Special Education Resource Teachers commissioned programme by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR
  • The Independent Evaluation Committee for the project of “Teaching of Mathematics for Students with Learning Difficulties” sponsored by Department of Mathematics and Information Technology, EdUHK
  • Guest Speaker of the SENCO course on “Building Harmonious School Atmosphere” for the Special Education Society of Hong Kong
  • Guest Speaker of the workshop for teachers on "Case study: Understanding and Teaching of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties" for Yan Ping Industrial & Commercial Association Lee Lim Ming College
  • Guest Speaker of the workshop for teachers on "School Support for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties" for Buddhist Tai Hung College
  • The main speaker of the parent seminar on “Three-Step Fostering Positive Emotion” for The Intellectually Disabled Education and Advocacy League.
  • The main speaker for the parent seminar on “The Application of The Five Love Languages in child discipline” for Louis Program Training Centre.
  • Guest speaker of the parent seminar on “Using The Five Love Languages for Enhancing Parent-child Relationship” for Hennessy Road Government Primary School
  • A Community Member of School Management Committee of Hennessy Road Government Primary School from 2015-2017

 

2015-2016

  • Teaching of Professional Development Course for Macau Teachers: Advanced Course for Special Education Teachers, commissioned programme by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR
  • Teaching of Professional Development Course for Macau Teachers: Course on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs, commissioned programme by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR
  • Teaching of Professional Development Course for Macau Teachers: Course for Special Education Resource Teachers commissioned programme by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR
  • School-based support to teachers and parents for Escola Dom Luis VersigLia School in Macau.
  • The Independent Evaluation Committee for the project of “Teaching of Mathematics for students with Learning Difficulties” sponsored by Department of Mathematics and Information Technology, EdUHK
  • The 2014-2016  Executive Committee of the Special Education Society of Hong Kong
  • Guest Speaker of the workshop for teachers on "Understanding and teaching of Students with AD/HD and Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities" for True Light Middle School of Hong Kong
  • The school-based consultancy service for Kowloon Women's Welfare Club Li Ping Memorial School.
  • Guest Speaker of the parent's seminar on "Fostering positive emotion for enhancing the effectiveness of children discipline" for Macau Baptist College.
  • Two-day special Education Training for Wuzhou special education teacher invited by ED Wuzhou China.

 

项目及研究

  • “Training Programme for the Senior Executives on Education Management in Da Xiang Xi Area, Hunan, China” and "The 3rd Symposium for the Senior Executives of Education Management in Red Triangle Area, Hunan, China" for Hong Kong Pei Hua Education Foundation. Poon Chung Yee (PI). Duration: 2014 to 2017.
  • The National Training and Research Project namely “The Special Education Training for Mainland China Teachers” sponsored by Tin Ka Ping Foundation., Poon Chung Yee (Assistant Project Manager). Duration: 2014 to 2016.
  •  “Joint academic activity on visit and forum on inclusive education for Macau and Hong Kong teachers” for DSEJ Macau. Poon Chung Yee (PI). Duration: 2014 to 2016.
  • The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust for the Chief Executive’s Community Project entitled “The Jockey Club SMILE Project”, Poon Chung Yee (team member). Duration: 2014 to 2016.
  • Lee Hysan Foundation - Special Educational Needs Empowerment Project for Pre-service Teachers. Duration: 2014 to 2015.
  • Supporting Unit for Special Education Needs for Swire Group Foundation. Poon Chung Yee (team member). Duration: 2015 to 2016.
  • “Five Love Languages to Enhance Teacher-Student Relationships with Students with Emotional and Behavioural Disorders in School for Social Development in Hong Kong.” Poon Chung Yee (PI). Duration: 2012 to 2014.

 

非常任评论人

  • Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education Review

冼权锋教授

Professor, Director (CSENIE)

(852) 2948 7758
kfsin@eduhk.hk

冼权锋教授
Professor, Director (CSENIE)
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(852) 2948 7758
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谢嘉恩女士

讲师II

(852) 2948 7303
tseky@eduhk.hk

谢嘉恩女士
讲师II
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(852) 2948 7303
(852) 2948 7792
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tseky@eduhk.hk
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专门: 情绪及行为困难、执行功能

M.Soc.Sc (Counselling), University of Hong Kong
PGDE, B.Sc, HKPAC member, PEERS® Young Adult Certified Providers

 

简介

Grace is a registered teacher and a member of Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association. She served in primary and secondary schools, taught and supported students with special educational needs for many years. She has joined the Education University of Hong Kong since 2015 and has been teaching and organizing programmes to support students with SEN in local schools. Her expertise is in teaching students with executive function deficits and counselling students with ASD and ADHD.

 

教学范畴

  • Supporting students with Special Educational Needs
  • Executive Function Skills training
  • Counselling students with ADHD and EBD

 

研究领域

  • Executive Function Skills training
  • Supporting students with ADHD and ASD

徐恩祖先生

高级讲师II

(852) 2948 7378
joetsui@eduhk.hk

徐恩祖先生
高级讲师II
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(852) 2948 7378
B4-2F-08
joetsui@eduhk.hk
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专门: 生涯辅导、资优教育与才华发展

香港中文大学文学士

香港中文大学生活辅导应用证书

香港中文大学中学事业教育证书

香港树仁大学特殊教育辅导高级证书

香港中文大学学生辅导专业文凭

香港中文大学学校训导及课室管理专业文凭

香港中文大学中学课外活动管理专业文凭

香港公开大学课程与评估深造证书

香港中文大学学位教师教育文凭(优异)

香港大学高级教育研究证书(优异)

香港中文大学文学硕士

香港大学教育学硕士

香港大学教育博士(候选人)

 

简介

在加入香港教育大学前,徐恩祖先生为资深中学教师、辅导人员及副校长。他现正於香港大学教育学院攻读教育博士课程,研究资优生的生涯辅导和发展。他的研究兴趣包括生涯辅导、资优教育与才华发展、学校谘商与辅导及社交情绪学习。他为香港辅导教师协会资深干事,曾参与并推动多项与学校、青少年相关的全港性大型研究计划。另外,他亦曾担任教育局和香港中央图书馆讲座嘉宾讲者,以及香港大学、香港中文大学和香港城市大学客席讲师。

 

教学范畴

  • 生涯辅导
  • 辅导实习
  • 儿童及青少年发展重要议题
  • 生涯辅导:充分知情的生涯抉择
  • 校本生涯规划教育
  • 生涯辅导课程的设计与实施

 

研究兴趣

  • 生涯辅导
  • 资优教育与才华发展
  • 学校谘商与辅导
  • 社交情绪学习

 

学术会议及演讲

  • Tsui, J., Yau, F., Tsang., J. & Lee, Y.Y. (2013 March). Presentation on “Giving Positive Energy to Students through Comprehensive Guidance Programme: Using Career Guidance as a Pivot – from Policy to Implementation in Hong Kong”. Symposium on Whole-school Approach for Every Student in Schools. Hiroshima, Japan: Hijiyama University. 7 March 2013.
  • Lee, B., Tsui, J. & Ho, C.Y. (2014 July) Presentation on “Comprehensive Guidance Programme and Individual Student Planning (ISP) in Hong Kong”. The Second International Conference on School Guidance in the Chinese Communities(第二届两岸四地学校辅导国际研讨会). Shanghai, China: East China Normal University. 4 July 2014.

  • Tsui, J., Yau, F., Tsang., J. Leung, L. & Lee, Y.Y. (2014 July) Presentation on “Career Education as a Pivot in Comprehensive Guidance Programme: From Macro Planning to Micro Classroom Implementation in Hong Kong”. International Symposium of School Guidance and Counseling: New Perspectives on School Guidance and Counseling in Asian Countries and United States. Hiroshima, Japan: Hijiyama University. 27 July 2014.

  • Yuen, M. & Tsui, J. (2016 July) Presentation on “The Role of Meaning in Life and Connectedness in the Career and Talent Development of Chinese Learners”. 14th Asia Pacific Conference on Giftedness, Macau. 13 July 2016.

  • Yuen, M., Yau, F., Tsui, J., Tsang, J., & Lee, B. (2017 May). “Career Education and Vocational Training in Hong Kong”. Invited country paper. NYPI International Conference and International Conference of ARACD 2017. Seoul, South Korea: Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel. 17 May 2017.

  • Tsui, J. & Ip, R. (2021 March). Thematic Seminar for Secondary School Teachers on Life Planning Education and Career Guidance Services for Students – Group Guidance Skills, 2020/21 School Year. Hong Kong, China: The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education. 4 March 2021.

  • Yuen, M., Tsui, J. & Yau, F. (2021 May). Thematic Seminar for Secondary School Teachers on Life Planning Education and Career Guidance Services for Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), 2020/21 School Year. Hong Kong, China: The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education. 28 May 2021.

  • Lee, Q. & Tsui, J. (2022 May). Thematic Seminar for Secondary School Teachers on Life Planning Education and Career Guidance Services for Students – Group Guidance Skills, 2021/22 School Year. Hong Kong, China: The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education. 26 May 2022.

 

社区及专业服务

  • 中华基督教会基协中学专业顾问
  • 「赛马会幸福校园实践计划」督导委员会成员
  • 香港大学融合与特殊教育研究发展中心学校辅导、生活技能及生涯发展小组成员
  • 亚太资优协会香港代表(替代)
  • 前香港辅导教师协会主席
  • 前教育局课程发展处中学教科书检讨委员会成员

 

专业团体会员

  • 香港辅导教师协会干事 (HKACMGM)
  • 香港专业辅导协会副会员 (HKPCA)
  • 亚太生涯发展学会会员 (APCDA)
  • 亚太资优协会会员暨香港代表(替代)(APFG)
  • 美国生涯发展协会会员 (NCDA)
  • 世界资优儿童协会会员 (WCGTC)
  • 国际校本辅导政策研究及评鉴学会会员 (ISPRESC)

 

出版

  1. 学术发表
  • Yuen, M., Ho, J., Chung, Y.B., Fong, R.W., Cheng, S., Ho, J.H., Kwok, D., Tsui, J., Ho, S., Chiu, C.W., Cheng, C. K. Y., Yuen, J., & Cheung, V. (2012). Overcoming Obstacles Associated with Other Learning Experiences and School-based Assessment: Perspectives of High School Students with Visual Impairment in Hong Kong. Collaboration Research Project Report. Hong Kong, China: Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong, & Hong Kong Blind Union.
  • Lau, P, Tsui, J. & F. Wu, (2015).  From Inspire to Aspire. In M.McMahon & W. Patton (eds.) (2015), Ideas for career practitioners (New edition). Toowong, Australia: Australia Academic Press. pp.146-155.
  • Yuen, M., Lee, T.L., Ho, E. Y. F., Tsui, J., Leung, A.S., Lau, P.S.Y. (2016). Assessing life skills self-efficacy, school connectedness and meaning in life - A brief manual for career development practitioners. In CLAP for Adventure Guidebook on Career Exploration E-portal 1.0.  Hong Kong, China: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, The Chinese University of Hong Kong & Hong Kong Baptist University.
  • Yuen, M., Tsui, J., Tsang, J., Yau, F., & Lee, B., (2019) Career education and vocational training in Hong Kong: Implications for school-based career counselling. International Journal for the Advancement of Counsell0ing, 41(3), 449-467. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10447-018-9361-z
  • 郑国强、徐恩祖*、吴善挥、黄绮筠(2019)。香港中学初任教师之专业发展问题及其因应策略。台湾教育评论月刊,8(2),7-14。
  • Tsui, J., & Yuen, M. (2020) Career Guidance for Gifted Students in Hong Kong. In Yuen, M., Beamish, W. & Solberg, V.S.H. (2020; Eds.). Careers for Students with Special Educational Needs - Perspectives on Development and Transitions from the Asia-Pacific Region. Singapore: Springer.
  • 吴善挥、徐恩祖* (2020)。浅论香港学校进行教学品质评鉴的困难及因应策略。品质月刊,56(10),34-37。
  • 吴善挥、徐恩祖* (2020)。浅论差异化教学对融合班学生的重要性及其实施建议。特殊教育与辅助科技半年刊,23,1-7。
  • 吴善挥、徐恩祖* (2020)。浅论疫情下香港融合教育的困难及其因应策略。南屏特殊教育期刊,11,29-40。
  • 吴善挥、徐恩祖* (2021)。香港学校推动自主学习的困难及因应策略。学生事务与辅导季刊,60(1),7-12。

 

  1. 报纸文章
  • 徐恩祖*(2016年11月24日)。《资优多才多艺 还需师长引导》。文汇报,生涯旅程。
  • 徐恩祖*(2017年3月17日)。《文理之间的迷思 – 谈高中选科的困惑》。明报,教育讲论。
  • 徐恩祖*(2017年5月18日)。《放手让尖子选择生涯》。文汇报,生涯旅程。
  • 徐恩祖*(2018年1月18日)。《双重特殊资优生 强项为本展才华》。文汇报,生涯旅程。
  • 徐恩祖*(2018年2月6日)。《毕业了,让你的梦想飞翔》。明报,生涯不惑。
  • 徐恩祖*(2018年10月18日)。《生涯规划早筹谋 新津需落实到位》。文汇报,生涯旅程。
  • 徐恩祖*(2019年3月9日)。《情绪支援资优生 或胜金钱及物质》。文汇报,生涯旅程。

王慧博士

助理教授

(852) 2948 7295
hwang@eduhk.hk

王慧博士
助理教授
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专长:成就动机及成就情绪,教育心理学

Ph D, Educational Psychology, McGill University, Canada

简介

Dr. Wang Hui received her doctoral degree in Educational Psychology at McGill University, Canada. Her research focuses on teachers’ achievement motivation, emotions, and psychological well-being, as well as the impact of teacher motivation and emotions on students’ motivational, behavioral, and achievement outcomes.

 

教学范畴

  • Positive Psychology
  • Inclusive Education
  • Learning Disabilities

 

研究领域

  • Psychological Well-being
  • Achievement Motivation
  • Emotions
  • Emotion Regulation
     

校外研究基金资助项目

  • Understanding the Roots of Teacher Turnover: A Transactional Model (Principal Investigator, RGC Early Career Scheme, Jul 2023 - Jun 2025). Amount: HK$750,638 
  • The examination of a workshop intervention to promote Hong Kong preservice teachers’ psychological well-being (Principal Investigator, RGC Research Matching Grant, Jul 2022 - Jun 2025). Amount: HK$563,750 
  • Job demands-resources analysis of kindergarten teachers’ emotional labor and its antecedents and consequences: A tale of three cities (Co-Investigator, RGC General Research Fund, Jan 2023 - Dec 2024). Amount: HK$661,600 
  • Enhancing Hong Kong pre-service teachers’ mental health and well-being: Adaptation and evaluation of the RESST Program (Co-Principal Investigator, Research Grant, WYNG Foundation, Jan 2022 - Dec 2024). Amount: CA$210,000 (HK$1,312,500) 
  • Determinants of Hong Kong secondary students’ senses of belonging to school, city, country, and the world (Principal Investigator, Public Policy Research Fund, Policy Innovation and Co-ordination Office of Hong Kong, May 2022 - Aug 2023). Amount: HK$425,543.70


内部研究基金资助项目

  • Technology-enabled futures of education: Harnessing emerging technologies to enhance education equity, quality, and efficiency (Co-Investigator, Central Reserve Allocation Committee (CRAC) Fund, Sep 2022 - Aug 2024). Amount: HK$3,018,000 
  • A better place to learn: School and student well-being (Co-Investigator, Strategic Areas in Learning & Teaching Fund, Jan 2020 - Jan 2023). Amount: HK$3,803,253 
  • The role of emotion regulation strategies in relation to executive function in Chinese and Australian adolescents with ADHD (Co-Investigator, Faculty Internationalization and Exchange Research Fund, Aug 2019 - Sep 2022). Amount: HK$180,000 
  • Teachers’ and principals’ psychological well-being: The case of value congruence (Principal Investigator, University Internal Research Grant, Jun 2021 - Sep 2022). Amount: HK$80,000 
  • Harnessing the power of assessment to support pre-service teachers’ learning and professional development through an innovative blended learning approach (Co-Investigator, Teaching Development Grant, May 2020-May 2022). Amount: HK$958,736 
  • Fostering teachers’ skills to support students with behavioral and emotional needs (Co-Investigator, Focused Knowledge Transfer Grant, Apr 2020 - Apr 2022). Amount: HK$150,000 
  • The relations between teachers’ and students’ motivation, emotions, and psychological well-being: A multilevel and longitudinal investigation (Principal Investigator, Complex Analysis Grant, Jan 2020 - Jan 2022). Amount: HK$200,000 
  • Regulating Emotions and Stress in Teachers (REST) program: A pilot study in Hong Kong (Principal Investigator, Positive Psychology and Education Knowledge Transfer Fund, Oct 2020 - Aug 2021). Amount: HK$20,000 
  • The antecedents and consequences of teachers’ emotional labor in Hong Kong (Principal Investigator, University Internal Research Grant, Jun 2019 - Dec 2020). Amount: HK$100,000 
  • What makes me a better future teacher? An investigation into pre-service teachers’ career adaptability and psychological well-being (Principal Investigator, Departmental Research Seeds Fund, Oct 2019 - Sep 2020). Amount: HK$50,000  
  • Genuine, faking, & hiding emotions in teachers: A longitudinal investigation of teachers’ emotional labor, psychological well-being, and perceived student engagement (Principal Investigator, Start-up Research Grant, Apr 2019 - Jun 2020). Amount: HK$30,000 


出版

  • Wang, H., King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2021). Conflicting or compatible? Evaluating teachers’ self-transcendence versus self-enhancement values from a multilevel perspective. Current Psychology.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-02009-7
  • Wang, H., King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2021). Ability grouping and student performance: A longitudinal investigation of teacher support as a mediator and moderator. Research Papers in Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/02671522.2021.1961293
  • Wang, H., & Hall, N. C. (2021). Exploring relations between teacher emotions, coping strategies, and intentions to quit: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of School Psychology, 86, 64-77. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsp.2021.03.005
  • Wang, H., Hall, N. C., Chiu, M. M., Goetz., T., & Gogol, K. (2020). Exploring the structure of teachers’ emotional labor in the classroom: A multitrait-multimethod analysis. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 39(3), 122-134. https://doi.org/10.1111/emip.12353
  • Wang, H., & Hall, N. C. (2019). When “I care” is not enough: An interactional analysis of teacher values, value congruence, and well-being. Teaching and Teacher Education, 86, xx-xx. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2019.102906
  • Wang, H., Hall, N. C., & Taxer, J. L. (2019). Antecedents, correlates, and consequences of teachers’ emotional labor: A systematic review and meta-analytic investigation. Educational Psychology Review, 31, 663-698doi:10.1007/s10648-019-09475-3
  • Wang, H., & Hall, N. C. (2018). A systematic review of teachers’ causal attributions: Prevalence, correlates, and consequences. Frontiers in Psychology. 9:2305. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02305
  • McInerney, D. M., Korpershoek, H., Wang, H., & Morin, A. J. S. (2018). Teachers’ occupational attributes and their psychological well-being, job satisfaction, job self-concept, and quitting intentions. Teaching and Teacher Education, 71, 145-158. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2017.12.020
  • Czajkowska, Z., Wang, H., Hall, N. C., Sewitch, M., & Körner, A. (2017). Validation of the English and French versions of the brief Health Care Climate Questionnaire. Health Psychology Open, 4(2), 1-9. doi:10.1177/2055102917730675
  • Rahimi, S., Hall, N. C., Wang, H., & Maymon, R. L. (2017). Upward, downward, and horizontal social comparisons: Effects on adjustment, emotions, and persistence. Interdisciplinary Education and Psychology. 1(1), 10. doi:10.31532/InterdiscipEducPsychol.1.1.010
  • Wang, H., Hall, N. C., Goetz, T., & Frenzel, A. C. (2017). Teachers’ goal orientations: Effects on classroom goal structures and emotions. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 87, 90-107. doi:10.1111/bjep.12137
  • Wang, H., Hall, N. C., & Rahimi, S. (2015). Self-efficacy and causal attributions in teachers: Effects on burnout, job satisfaction, illness, and quitting intentions. Teaching and Teacher Education, 47, 120-130. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2014.12.005

黄思敏博士

助理教授

(852) 2948 7974
rswong@eduhk.hk

黄思敏博士
助理教授
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Specialization: Resilience and Social-Emotional Development

Ph.D (Family Medicine), The University of Hong Kong

 

Introduction

Dr. Wong has expertise in integrating various fields of study to examine the relationship between health and behavior across the lifespan. Her main focus is on understanding how biological, psychological, and social factors impact how people respond to stressors and why there are differences between individuals. Her research also delves into exploring the advantages and disadvantages of using digital technology and how to effectively use it to promote health education for various groups of people in the population. 

 

Teaching Areas

  • Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
  • Resilience Development
  • Strength-Based Approach
  • Health and Behavior

 

Research Interests

  • Social-Emotional Development
  • Resilience Development
  • Digital Technology Use
  • Health promotion

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Profiles and predictors of behavioral resilience among children living in disadvantaged areas: a 6-year longitudinal study from preschool to primary school (Co-investigator, General Research Fund, 2023-2025)  
  • A cross-sectional survey of parent-adolescent dyads on family influence on adolescent healthy eating (Co-investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund, 2023-2024)
  • Investigating the Long-Term Effects of Rapid Repeat Pregnancy and Early Child Maltreatment among Young Mothers and Their Children in Hong Kong (Co-investigator, Public Policy Research Funding Scheme, 2020-2021) 
  • Identifying Factors that Facilitate Social Cohesion and Reconciliation (Co-investigator, Public Policy Research Funding Scheme (Special Round), 2020) 
  • Safe city: a game-based educational approach to promote child safety knowledge and behaviours (Co-investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund, 2019-2022)  
  • In-depth exploration of a bidirectional parent-child health relationship and its mediating and moderating factors among low-income families in Hong Kong (Co-investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund, 2017-2020) 

 

Publications

As first author  

  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S., Chan, K.L. et al. Evidence of individual differences in the long-term social, psychological, and cognitive consequences of child maltreatment. Child Adolesc Psychiatry Ment Health 16, 88 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13034-022-00524-4 
  • Wong RS, Tung KTS, Chan YWK, Chan BNK, Leung W-C, Yam JC, Ip P. Adequate Dietary Intake and Vitamin D Supplementation: A Study of Their Relative Importance in Determining Serum Vitamin D and Ferritin Concentrations during Pregnancy. Nutrients. 2022; 14(15):3083. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14153083 
  • Wong RS, Tung KTS, Rao N, Chan KL, Fu K-W, Yam JC, Tso WWY, Wong WHS, Lum TYS, Wong ICK, Ip P. Using Latent Class Analyses to Examine Health Disparities among Young Children in Socially Disadvantaged Families during the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2022; 19(13):7893. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19137893 
  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S., Ho, F.K.W. et al. Associations between childhood maltreatment and psychiatric disorders: analysis from electronic health records in Hong Kong. Translational Psychiatry 12, 231 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41398-022-01986-y 
  • Wong RS, Tung KTS, Mak RTW, Leung WC, Yam JC, Chua GT, Fung GPG, Ho MHK, Wong ICK, Ip P. Vitamin D concentrations during pregnancy and in cord blood: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutrition Reviews, 2022;, nuac023, https://doi-org.eproxy.lib.hku.hk/10.1093/nutrit/nuac023 
  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S., Li, X. et al. Examining family pre-pandemic influences on adolescent psychosocial wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Curr Psychol (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-022-02736-5 
  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S., Chow, K.H.T. et al. Exploring the role of family communication time in the association between family dinner frequency and adolescent psychological distress. Curr Psychol (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-02639-x 
  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S., Leung, H.E. et al. Comorbidity of ADHD and allergic diseases in early adolescence: The role of parental smoking at home. Curr Psychol (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-02693-5 
  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S.(co-first), Chan, B.N.K. et al. Early-life activities mediate the association between family socioeconomic status in early childhood and physical fitness in early adolescence. Scientific Reports 12, 81 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-03883-8 
  • Wong, R. S., Tung, K. T., Fu, K. W., Bacon-Shone, J., Molasiotis, A., Li, W. O., ... & Ip, P. (2021). Examining social context and the pathways to mental wellness in young adults during social movement: A parallel mediation analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders, 294: 876-882; doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2021.07.100 
  • Wong, R.S. (co-first); Tung, K.T.S. (co-first); So, H.-K.; Wong, W.H.S.; Wong, S.Y.; Tsang, H.W.; Tung, J.Y.L.; Chua, G.T.; Ho, M.H.K.; Wong, I.C.K.; Ip, P. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Serum Vitamin D Level among Infants and Toddlers: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis and before-and-after Comparison. Nutrients 2021, 13, 1270. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13041270 
  • Wong, R.S.; Tung, K.T.S.; Rao, N.; Ho, F.K.W.; Chan, K.L.; Fu, K.-W.; Tso, W.W.Y.; Jiang, F.; Yam, J.C.S.; Coghill, D.; Wong, I.C.K.; Ip, P. A Longitudinal Study of the Relation between Childhood Activities and Psychosocial Adjustment in Early Adolescence. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2021, 18, 5299. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18105299 
  • Wong, C.K.H. (co-first), Wong, R.S. (co-first), Cheung, J.P.Y. et al. Impact of sleep duration, physical activity, and screen time on health-related quality of life in children and adolescents. Health Qual Life Outcomes 19, 145 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12955-021-01776-y 
  • Wong, R. S., Tung, K. T., Rao N., Leung, C., Hui, A.N.N., Tso, W.W.Y., Fu, K-W., Jiang, F., Zhao, J., & Ip, P. (2020). Parent Technology Use, Parent-Child Interaction, Child Screen Time, and Child Psychosocial Problems among Disadvantaged Families. The Journal of Paediatrics, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2019.11.006
  • Wong RSM, Yu EYT, Wong TWL, Fung CSC, Choi CSY, Or CKL, Liu KSN, Wong CKH, Ip P, Lam CLK. (2020). Development and pilot evaluation of a mobile app on parent-child exercises to improve physical activity and psychosocial outcomes of Hong Kong Chinese children. BMC Public Health 20, 1544. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09655-9 
  • Wong RSM, Ho FKW, Tung KTS, Fu KW, Ip P. (2020). Effect of Pokémon Go on Self-Harm Using Population-Based Interrupted Time-Series Analysis: Quasi-Experimental Study. JMIR Serious Games, 8(2):e17112 
  • Wong RS, Tung KTS, Wong HT, Ho FKW, Wong HS, Fu KW, Pong TC, Chan KL, Chow CB, Ip P. (2020). A Mobile Game (Safe City) Designed to Promote Children’s Safety Knowledge and Behaviors: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocol, 9(6):e17756.  
  • Tso, W.W.Y. (co-first), Wong, R.S. (co-first), Tung, K. T. S., Rao, N., Fu, K-w., Yam, J.C.S, Chua, G. T., Chen, E. Y. H., Lee, T. M.C, ... & Ip, P (2020). Vulnerability and resilience in children during the COVID-19 pandemic. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-020-01680-8
  • Wong, R.S.; Tung, K.T.S.; Wong, W.H.S.; Ho, F.K.W.; Tso, W.W.Y.; Yip, P.S.F.; Wong, C.K.H.; Fan, S.Y.S.; Ip, P. Associations of Family Meals with Adolescent Perception of Family Relationship and Compliance with Parental Guidance in Hong Kong: Results of a Representative Cross-Sectional Survey. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2021, 18, 5402. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18105402 
  • Wong, R. S., Tung, K. T., Cheng, A. W., Shiu, Y. K., Wong, W. H., Tso, W. W., ... & Chow, C. B. (2019). Disentangling the Effects of Exposure to Maternal Substance Misuse and Physical Abuse and Neglect on Child Behavioral Problems. Journal of interpersonal violence, 0886260519849661. 
  • Wong, R. S. M., Yu, E. Y. T., Guo, V. Y., Wan, E. Y. F., Chin, W. Y., Wong, C. K. H., ... & Tiwari, A. F. Y. (2018). A prospective cohort study to investigate parental stress and child health in low-income Chinese families: protocol paper. BMJ Open, 8(2), e018792. 
  • Wong, R.S., Tung, K.T.S., Wong, W.H.S., Tso, W.W.Y., Ho, F. K.W.,… & Ip, P. (2018). Impact of maternal risky behaviors on the behaviors of children born to adolescent and young mothers. China Journal of Paediatrics, 56(2): 116-121.  
  • Wong, R. S. M., Ho, F. K. W., Wong, W. H. S., Tung, K. T. S., Chow, C. B., Rao, N., ... & Ip, P. (2018). Parental Involvement in Primary School Education: its Relationship with Children’s Academic Performance and Psychosocial Competence through Engaging Children with School. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 1-12. 
  • Wong, R.S., Guo, V. Y., Ip, P., Wong, C. K. H., Yu, E. Y. T., Fung, C. S. C., & Lam, C. L. K. (2016). Mothers’ health-related quality of life: its relationship with children’s health-related quality of life and behavior in low-income families. Family Medicine and Community Health, 2016. 4(4): p. 4-12. 

     

As corresponding author 

  • Wong RS, Tung KTS, Ho FKW and Man KKC (2023) Editorial: Digital media use and mental health. Front. Psychiatry 14:1253846. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2023.1253846 
  • Tung, K.T.S.; Wong, R.S. (co-corresponding author); Tsang, H.W.; Wong, W.H.S.; Tso, W.W.Y.; Yam, J.C.; Lum, T.Y.S.; Chan, G.C.F.; Wong, I.C.K.; Ip, P. Family Financial Pressure in Childhood and Telomere Length in Early Adolescence: A Prospective Study. Genes 2022, 13, 721. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes13050721 
  • Tung, K.T.S., Wong, R.S. & Mak, R.T.W. Maternal n-3 PUFA Intake During Pregnancy and Perinatal Mental Health Problems: A Systematic Review of Recent Evidence. Curr Nutr Rep (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13668-023-00484-x 

     

As co-author  

  • Ng, A. P. P., Cheng, J. K. Y., Lam, J. S. M., Wong, C. K. H., Cheng, C. K. H., Tse, E. T. Y., Chao, D. V. K., Choi, E. P. H., Wong R. S. M., & Lam, C. L. K. (2023). Patient Enablement Moderates the Effect of Pain on Health-related Quality of Life of Primary Care Patients with Chronic Back and Knee Problems. British Journal of General Practice. https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGP.2022.0546
  • Man, K.K.C., Gao, L., Lau, W.C.Y… Wong, R.S., Lee, T.M.C., Rao, N., Wing, Y.K., Ip, P. & Wong, I.C.K., Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, physical abuse and methylphenidate treatment in children. Nat. Mental Health 1, 66–75 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s44220-022-00008-6 
  • Yip K-M, Wong SWS, Chua GT, So H-K, Ho FK, Wong RS, Tung KTS, Chan EYN, Tso WWY, Chow B-C, Fung GPG, Wong WHS, Ip P. Age- and Sex-Specific Physical Fitness Reference and Association with Body Mass Index in Hong Kong Chinese Schoolchildren. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2022; 19(22):15346. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph192215346 
  • So H-K, Chua GT, Yip K-M, Tung KTS, Wong RS, Louie LHT, Tso WWY, Wong ICK, Yam JC, Kwan MYW, Lau K-K, Kong JKW, Wong WHS, Ip P. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on School-Aged Children’s Physical Activity, Screen Time, and Sleep in Hong Kong: A Cross-Sectional Repeated Measures Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2022; 19(17):10539. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph191710539 
  • Tung KTS, Wong RS, Ho FK, Chan KL, Wong WHS, Leung H, Leung M, Leung GKK, Chow CB, Ip P. Development and Validation of Indicators for Population Injury Surveillance in Hong Kong: Development and Usability Study. JMIR Public Health Surveill 2022;8(8):e36861. doi: 10.2196/36861. 
  • Tung, K.T.S.; Wong, R.S.; Cheung, C.K.M.; Ko, J.K.Y.; Chan, B.N.K.; Lee, A.; So, H.-K.; Wong, W.H.S.; Leung, W.-C.; Ip, P. Total 25(OH)D Concentration Moderates the Association between Caffeine Consumption and the Alkaline Phosphatase Level in Pregnant Women. Nutrients 2022, 14, 1616. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14081616 
  • Chan, V. K. Y., Cheung, E. C. L., Chan, S. S. M., Knapp, M., Hayes, J. F., Fan, M., Lai, F. T. T., Luo, H., Lum, T., Wong, R. S. M., Lau, L. K. W., Wan, E. Y. F., Wong, G. H. Y., Chan, E. W. Y., Ip, P., Wong, I. C. K., & Li, X. (2022). Mortality-causing mechanisms and healthcare resource utilisation of treatment-resistant depression: A six-year population-based cohort study. The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific, 100426. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lanwpc.2022.100426  
  • Leung C., Hui A.N.N., Wong R.S.M., Rao N., Karnilowicz W., Chung K., Chan J. and Ip P., Effectiveness of a Multicomponent Parenting Intervention for Promoting Social-Emotional School Readiness Among Children From Low-Income Families in Hong Kong, JAMA Pediatrics. 2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jamapediatrics.2021.6308 
  • Tso, WWY, Chan, KL, Lee, TMC, Rao N, Lee, SL, Jiang F, Chan, SHS, Wong, RS, Tung, KTS,…, & Ip, P. Mental health & maltreatment risk of children with special educational needs during COVID-19. Child Abuse & Neglect, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2021.105457
  • Chan, E. W. W., Leung, M. T. Y., Lau, L. K. W., Leung, J., Lum, D., Wong, R. S. M., ... & Lai, F. T. T. (2021). Comparing self-reported reactogenicity between adolescents and adults following the use of BNT162b2 (Pfizer-BioNTech) messenger RNA Covid-19 vaccine: a prospective cohort study. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. doi.org/10.1016/j.ijid.2021.12.354 
  • Ho FK, Rao N, Tung KTS, Wong RS, et al. Association of Early Nutritional Status With Child Development in the Asia Pacific Region. JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(12):e2139543. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.39543 
  • Lo, C.K.M., Ho, F.K., Emery, C., Chan, K.L., Wong, R.S., Tung, K. T., & Ip, P. (2021). Association of harsh parenting and maltreatment with internet addiction, and the mediating role of bullying and social support. Child Abuse & Neglect, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2021.104928
  • Ho, F. K., Tung, K. T., Wong, R. S., Chan, K. L., Wong, W. H., Ho, S. Y., ... & Ip, P. (2021). An Internet Quiz Game Intervention for Adolescent Alcohol Drinking: A Clustered RCT. Pediatrics, 148(6). 
  • Gao, L., Leung, M. T., Li, X., Chui, C. S., Wong, R. S., Yeung, S. L. A., ... & Wong, I. C. (2021). Linking cohort-based data with electronic health records: a proof-of-concept methodological study in Hong Kong. BMJ open, 11(6), e045868. 
  • Tung, K. T., Ho, F. K., Wong, W. H., Wong, R. S., Tsui, M. S., Ho, P., ... & Ip, P. (2021). Quantification of injury burden using multiple data sources: a longitudinal study. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 1-8. 
  • Ha, A. S., Wong, R. S., & Ng, J. Y. (2021). Effect of family income and physical activity on children’s quality of life. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 1-7. 
  • Keith T. S. Tung, Catherine M. W. Hung, Ko Ling Chan, Rosa S. Wong, Hing Wai Tsang, Wilfred H. S. Wong, Camilla K. M. Lo, Winnie W. Y. Tso, Gilbert T. Chua, Benjamin K. Yee, Ian C. K. Wong, W. C. Leung, Patrick Ip, "Influence of Maternal Infection and Pregnancy Complications on Cord Blood Telomere Length", Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, vol. 2021, Article ID 3339456, 9 pages, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/3339456 
  • Ha, A. S., Ng, J. Y. Y., & Wong, R. S. (2021). Examining the relationship between children's health-related quality of life and their perception of parental support toward physical activity: A longitudinal study. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 1– 14. https://doi.org/10.1111/aphw.12308 
  • Tung, K.T.S.; Wong, R.; Tsang, H.-W.; Chua, G.T.; Chan, D.; Chan, K.C.; Wong, W.H.S.; Yam, J.C.; Ho, M.; Tham, C.C.; Wong, I.C.K.; Chan, G.C.F.; Ip, P. Impact of Snoring on Telomere Shortening in Adolescents with Atopic Diseases. Genes 2021, 12, 766. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes12050766 
  • Tung, K.T.S.; Wong, R.S.; Tsang, H.W.; Chan, B.N.K.; Wong, S.Y.; So, H.-K.; Tung, J.Y.L.; Ho, M.H.K.; Wong, W.H.S.; Ip, P. An Assessment of Risk Factors for Insufficient Levels of Vitamin D during Early Infancy. Nutrients 2021, 13, 1068. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13041068 
  • Tung, J. Y. L., Ho, F. K. W., Tung, K. T. S., Wong, R. S. M., Wong, W. H. S., Chow, B. C., & Ip, P. (2021). Does obesity persist from childhood to adolescence? A 4-year prospective cohort study of chinese students in Hong Kong. BMC Pediatrics, 21(1), 1-7. 
  • Chua, G. T., (co-first), Tung, K. T. S. (co-first), Kwan, M. Y. (co-first), Wong, R.S., Chui, C.S, Li, X., Wong, W.H.S., Tso, W.W.Y ... & Ip, P (2021). Multilevel factors affecting healthcare workers’ perceived stress and risk of infection during COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Public Health, 66.  
  • Ho, F. K., So, H-K, Wong, R. S., Tung, K.T.S., Louie, L.H.T., Tung J., Mirpuri, S., Chow, B., Wong, W.H.S., Lee, A., & Ip, P. (2020). The reciprocal relationship between body mass index categories and physical fitness: A 4‐year prospective cohort study of 20 000 Chinese children. Pediatric Obesity, doi.org/10.1111/ijpo.12646. 
  • Chua, G. T., Ho, F. K., Tung, K. T., Wong, R. S., Cheong, K. N., Yip, P. S., ... & Li, S. X. (2020). Sexual behaviors and intention for cervical screening among HPV-vaccinated young Chinese females. Vaccine, 38(5), 1025-1031. 
  • Tung, K. T., Wong, R. S., Wong, W. H., Lam, A. L., Tso, W. W., Ho, M. S., ... & Ip, P. (2020). Risk of child maltreatment in Chinese teenage and young mothers with rapid repeat pregnancy: the moderating role of family cohesion and support from friends. Journal of interpersonal violence, 0886260520905079. 
  • To, K.K., Chua, G.T., Kwok, K.L., Wong, J.S., Au, D.C.Y., Lam, Y.Y., Wong, W.H., Ho, M.H., Chan, G.C., Chui, C.S. Li, X., Tung, K.T.S, Wong, R.S.,… & Kwan, M.Y.W. (2020). False-positive SARS-CoV-2 serology in three children with Kawasaki disease. Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, p.115141. 
  • Xiong, X., Chua, G.T., Chi, S., Kwan, M.Y.W., Wong, W.H.S., Zhou, A., Shek, C.C., Tung, K.T., Qin, H., Wong, R.S., ... & Ip, P. (2020). Haematological and Immunological Data of Chinese Children Infected with Coronavirus Disease 2019. Data in Brief. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2020.105953
  • Xiong, X., Chua, G.T., Chi, S., Kwan, M.Y.W., Wong, W.H.S., Zhou, A., Shek, C.C., Tung, K.T., Qin, H., Wong, R.S., ... & Ip, P. (2020). A Comparison Between Chinese Children Infected with COVID-19 and with SARS. The Journal of Pediatrics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2020.06.041
  • Chan, C.W.H.; Choi, K.C.; Chien, W.T.; Sit, J.W.H.; Wong, R.; Cheng, K.K.F.; Li, C.K.; Yuen, H.L.; Li, C.K. Health Behaviors of Chinese Childhood Cancer Survivors: A Comparison Study with Their Siblings. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2020, 17, 6136. 
  • Chua, G. T., Tung, K. T., Wong, I.C.K., Lum, T.Y.S., Wong, W.H.S., Chow, C.B., Ho, F.K., Wong, R. S., Ip, P. (2020). Mortality Among Children with Down Syndrome in Hong Kong: A Population-Based Cohort Study from Birth. The Journal of Paediatrics, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2019.11.006
  • Lo, C.K.M.; Ho, F.K.; Wong, R.S.; Tung, K.T.S.; Tso, W.W.Y.; Ho, M.S.P.; Chow, C.B.; Chan, K.L.; Ip, P. Prevalence of Child Maltreatment and Its Association with Parenting Style: A Population Study in Hong Kong. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2019, 16, 1130. 
  • Lo, C. K. M., Ho, F. K. W., Chan, K. L., Wong, W. H. S., Wong, R. S. M., Chow, C. B., ... & Ip, P. (2018). Linking Healthcare and Social Service Databases to Study the Epidemiology of Child Maltreatment and Associated Health Problems: Hong Kong's Experience. The Journal of Pediatrics
  • Guo, V. Y., Wong, C. K., Wong, R. S., Esther, Y. T., Ip, P., & Lam, C. L. (2018). Spillover Effects of Maternal Chronic Disease on Children’s Quality of Life and Behaviors Among Low-Income Families. The Patient-Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, 1-11. 
  • Wu, C. S. T., Wong, R.S., Mak, Y-W, Yip, Y. T., & Mak, H. (2018) Brief take-home laughter yoga practice (B-TLYP): impact on multi-dimensional affects among Chinese adults in Hong Kong, Advances in Mental Health, DOI: 10.1080/18387357.2018.1526094 
  • Wu, C. S. T., Wong, R. S., & Chu, W.H. (2018) The Association of Pet Ownership and Attachment with Perceived Stress among Chinese Adults. Anthrozoös, 31:5, 577-586, DOI: 10.1080/08927936.2018.1505269 
  • Guo, V. Y., Yu, E. Y. T., Wong, R. S. M., Ip, P., Tiwari, A. F. Y., Wong, C. K. H., ... & Lam, C. L. K. (2017). Maternal mental quality of life mediates the associations between intimate partner abuse against mothers and their children’s behaviours and quality of life in low-income Chinese families. Quality of Life Research, 1-10. 
  • Lo, C.K., Tung, K.T., Chan, K.L., Yip, P.S., Lau, J.T., Wong, W.H., Wong, R.S., Tsang, A.M., Tsang, H.Y., Tso, W.W. and Ip, P., 2017. Risk factors for child physical abuse and neglect among Chinese young mothers. Child Abuse & Neglect, 67, pp.193-206.  
  • Chan CWH, Wong RS, Law PTW, Wong CL, Tsui SKW, & Tang WPY. Environment Factors Associated with Altered Gut Microbiota in Children with Eczema: A Systematic Review. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2016, 17(7), 1147; doi: 10.3390/ijms17071147 
  • Chan, C. W., Choi, K. C., Wong, R. S., Chow, K. M., So, W. K., Leung, D. Y., ... & Goggins, W. (2016). Examining the Cervical Screening Behaviour of Women Aged 50 or above and Its Predicting Factors: A Population-Based Survey. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(12), 1195. 
  • Ip, P., Wong, R. S., Li, S. L., Chan, K. L., Ho, F. K., & Chow, C. B. (2015). Mental Health Consequences of Childhood Physical Abuse in Chinese Populations: A Meta-Analysis. Trauma Violence Abuse. doi: 10.1177/1524838015585317 
  • Strain JJ, Davidson PW, Thurston SW, Harrington D, Mulhern MS, McAfee AJ, van Wijngaarden E, Shamlaye CF, Henderson J, Watson GE, Zareba G, Cory-Slechta DA, Lynch M, Wallace JM, McSorley EM, Bonham MP, Stokes-Riner A, Sloane-Reeves J, Janciuras J, Wong R, Clarkson TW, Myers GJ. Maternal PUFA status but not prenatal methylmercury exposure is associated with children’s language functions at age 5 years in the Seychelles. J Nutr 2012 Nov; 142(11): 1943-9. 
  • Ho SM, Ho JW, Pau BK, Hui BP, Wong RS, Chu AT. Hope-based intervention for individuals susceptible to colorectal cancer: a pilot study. Fam Cancer 2012 Dec; 11(4): 545-51. 

萧晓云博士

讲师I

(852) 2948 7954
xyxiao@eduhk.hk

萧晓云博士
讲师I
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(852) 2948 7954
(852) 2948 7792
D2-2/F-27
xyxiao@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/xiaoyun-moon%E8%82%96%E6%99%93%E4%BA%91-xiao
专门: 特殊学习困难,发展性读写障碍

PhD (Developmental Psychology), The University of Hong Kong.
MS, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
BS, South China Normal University, China

 

简介

Dr. Xiao completed her Ph.D. in developmental psychology in the Department of Psychology of the University of Hong Kong, and received her postdoctoral training in the Department of Special Education and Counselling and the Faculty of Education of the University of Hong Kong. Her research interests focus on dyslexia, special education, and literacy development. She contributed to the development of The Hong Kong Test of Specific Learning Difficulties in Reading and Writing for Junior Secondary School Students (Second Edition) in the READ & WRITE project which aimed to provide comprehensive educational support to children with reading and writing difficulties in local schools. She also contributed to the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study which is an international assessment of reading achievement of primary Grade 4 students worldwide conducted every five years from 2001.

 

教学范畴

  • Inclusive education
  • Supporting children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

 

研究领域

  • Developmental dyslexia
  • Special education
  • Language and literacy development

 

期刊论文及书籍章次

  • Xiao, X. Y. (2022). How motivational constructs predict reading amount and reading achievement: the role of reading attitude and reading self-concept. Power and Education, 0(0), 1-21.
  • Xiao, X. Y. (2022). Student, parent, home, and reading achievement. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 12, 518-535.  
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Ho, C. S.-H. (2020). Modeling the relationships between language skills and sentence comprehension among Chinese junior elementary graders. Language and Literacy, 22(2), 80-116.
  • Chung, K. K.-H., Lo, J. L.-C., Ho, C. S.-H., Xiao, X. Y., & Chan, D. W. (2014). The influence of morphological, syntactic, and discourse skills on reading in Chinese-speaking adolescents. Annals of Dyslexia. doi: 10.1007/s11881-014-0095-2
  • Tse, S. K., & Xiao, X. Y. (2014). Differential influences of affective factors and contextual factors on high-proficiency readers and low-proficiency readers: A multilevel analysis of PIRLS data from Hong Kong. Large-scale Assessments in Education, 2(1), 1-24.
  • Tse, S. K., Xiao, X. Y. (correspondent author), Ko, H. W., Lam, J. W. I., Hui, S. Y., & Ng, H. W. (2014). Do reading practices make a difference? The analysis of PIRLS data for Hong Kong and Taiwan fourth-grade students. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. doi: 10.1080/03057925.2014.927732
  • Tse, S. K., Xiao, X. Y., & Lam, J. W. I. (2013). The influence of gender, reading ability, independent reading, and context on reading attitude: A multilevel analysis of Hong Kong data from PIRLS. Written Language & Literacy, 16(2), 241-272.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Ho, C. S.-H. (2013). Weaknesses in semantic, syntactic, and oral expression contribute to reading difficulties in Chinese dyslexic children. Dyslexia, 20, 74-98.
  • Wong, S. W.-L., Xiao, M. X.-Y., & Chung, K. K.-H. (2012). Issues of culture and language in developmental disorders: the case of dyslexia in Chinese learners in C. R. Marshall (Ed.), Current Issues in Developmental Disorders. In the series "Current Issues in Developmental Psychology". London, UK: Psychology Press.
  • Xiao, X. Y., Feng, C., & Gao, D. (2009). The effects of grapheme-to-phoneme and body-rime on the phonological processing of English words or pseudo-words for Chinese speakers (in Chinese). Journal of Psychological Science, 32(3), 531-534.
  • Wu, M., Gao, D.-G., Xiao, X. Y., & Zhang, R. (2006). A study of learning reading and writing Chinese characters by CSL learners from Korea, Japan and Western countries (in Chinese). Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies, 6, 64-71.
  • Gao, D., & Xiao, X. Y. (2005). How Chinese speakers’ English reading abilities influence their phonological skills in English (in Chinese). Journal of Psychological Science, 28(3), 619-621.

 

学术会议论文

  • Xiao, X. Y. (2023). How Motivational Constructs Predict Reading Amount and Reading Achievement: the Role of Reading Attitude and Reading Self-concept. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading Annual Conference, Port Douglas, Australia, and July 19-22, 2023.
  • Xiao, X. Y. (2014). Modeling the relationships between language skills and sentence comprehension among Chinese junior elementary graders. Paper accepted for poster presentation at the 14th Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media (IGEL), Turin, Italy, July 21-25, 2014.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Tse, S. K. (2014). Explaining the remarkable improvement in the reading achievement of Hong Kong Grade 4 students in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Studies between 2001 and 2011. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading Annual Conference, New Mexico, USA, July 16-20, 2014.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Tse, S. K. (2013). Do reading practices make a difference? The analysis of PIRLS data for Hong Kong and Taiwan fourth-grade students. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading Annual Conference, Hong Kong, July 10-13, 2013.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Tse, S. K. (2013). The influence of gender, reading ability, independent reading, and context on reading attitude: A multilevel analysis of Hong Kong data from Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). Paper accepted for poster presentation at the 9th Conference of the International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education (IAIMTE), Paris, France, June 11-13, 2013.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Ho, C. S.-H. (2009). Syntactic development in Chinese normally-achieving children. Paper accepted for poster presentation at the Research Postgraduate Conference. Hong Kong, April 25, 2009.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Ho, C. S.-H. (2009). Syntactic, semantic skills and oral language abilities in Chinese sentence comprehension. Paper accepted for oral presentation at the Joint CityU-HKPS Conference. Hong Kong, June 27, 2009. 
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Ho, C. S.-H. (2008). Syntactic and reading-related cognitive skills in Chinese children. Paper accepted for poster presentation at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology. Berlin, Germany, July 20-25, 2008.
  • Xiao, X. Y., & Ho, C. S.-H. (2007). Development of syntactic awareness in Chinese children. Paper accepted for poster presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading Annual Conference, Prague, CZ, July 12-14, 2007.

余嘉雯女士

高级讲师II

(852) 2948 8227
karenyu@eduhk.hk

余嘉雯女士
高级讲师II
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(852) 2948 8227
(852) 2948 7794
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karenyu@eduhk.hk
https://repository.eduhk.hk/en/persons/ka-man-karen%E4%BD%99%E5%98%89%E9%9B%AF-yu
专门: 儿童的语言及沟通障碍、临床教学

 

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.

教学范畴

Supporting students with communication and language disorders

研究领域

Language and communication disorders in children

期刊论文及会议

  • 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

临床教学经验

  • 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). 

 

社区及专业服务

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

专业学会会藉

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

袁志彬博士

副教授

(852) 2948 7603
cpyuen@eduhk.hk

袁志彬博士
副教授
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(852) 2948 7603
(852) 2948 7794
D2-2/F-03
cpyuen@eduhk.hk
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专门﹕听觉障碍及言语辨认

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. Kevin YUEN Chi Pun is an Associate Professor at the Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He is also the Director of Integrated Centre for Wellbeing (I-WELL), Faculty of Education & Human Development, EdUHK. Dr. Yuen has dual professional qualifications as an audiologist and a speech-language pathologist (or speech therapist). He is also an experienced cochlear implant clinical specialist audiologist. Dr. Yuen received his undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences and master’s degree in Audiology from The University of Hong Kong, and Doctor of Philosophy degree from the Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Yuen has a strong research interest in sound perception and speech recognition of children with normal hearing and children with deafness and hard-of-hearing (DHH) in both quiet and noise environments. He investigated the contribution of frequency-specific temporal envelope and periodicity components (without any fine structure components) for lexical tone recognition in normal hearing and DHH listeners. Dr. Yuen developed the Cantonese Lexical Neighbourhood Test (CLNT), the Computerized Cantonese Disyllabic-word Lexical Tone Identification Test in Noise (CANDIWIT-N-A), and the Computerized Mandarin Pediatric Lexical tone & Disyllabic-word Picture identification test (MAPID-A)  in Noise to serve the Cantonese- and Mandarin- speaking populations in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

One of Dr Yuen's new research areas is to identify and remediate young individuals in the Chinese communities with Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD) and to investigate the impact of CAPD on speech and language development, learning. The latest innovative test development from his research team is The Cantonese Pediatric Lexical Tone Dichotic Listening Test (CaPeLeTo DLT) which was developed for the identification of young children with CAPD.

教学范畴

  • Sensory impairments - hearing impairments and visual impairments
  • Human communication sciences and disorders
  • Audiology
  • Assessment of individuals with hearing impairments, speech recognition difficulties and auditory processing disorders
  • Normal and disordered speech acoustics
  • Research methods
  • Capstone research project supervision 

研究领域

  • 言语辨认测试材料的研发
  • 评估、培建及康复患有听觉处理异常(Auditory processing disorder)及听觉障碍的儿童
  • 患有听觉处理异常(Auditory processing disorder)及听觉障碍的儿童在学习、言语、语言及学业上所面对的挑战
  • 正常听力与听力障碍人士的广东话及普通话词汇声调辨认能力
近期及正进行之研究计划
  • 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. 

期刊论文
  • Qiu, X. Y., Yuen, K. C. P., & Mou, H. Y. (2019). The binaural redundancy, binaural squelch and head shadow speech-recognition-in-noise benefits in unilateral cochlear implanted preschool children with hearing aids fitted in contralateral ears - an intra-participant statistical investigation. Revista medico-chirurgicală̆ ̆̆ a Societă̆ ̆̆t ̧̜ii de Medici ş̜i Naturaliş̜ti din Iaş̜I, 123(3), 112-113.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Mak, C. C. Y., Fung, F. K. H., Mou, H. Y., Cheung, C. M. K., Qiu, X. Y., & Sam, S. K. L. (2019). The Cantonese Pediatric Lexical Tone Dichotic Listening Test (CaPeLeToDLT) detects abnormal auditory processing and within-participant ear advantage in very young children. Journal of Hearing Science, 9(1), 67.
  • Yuen, K. C. P., Qiu, X. Y., Mou, H. Y., & Xi, X. (2019). The MAndarin spoken word—Picture IDentification test in noise—Adaptive (MAPID-A) measures subtle speech-recognition-in-noise changes and spatial release from masking in very young children. PLoS ONE, 14(1), e0209768. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209768
  • 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.
 
书籍章次
  • 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.
学术会议论文
  • 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.  
 

容丽娟女士

讲师 I

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lkyung@eduhk.hk

容丽娟女士
讲师 I
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专长: Special Education and Integration in Early Childhood Education

MEd (Special Education & ECE), The Education University of Hong Kong
MSocSc (Counseling), City University of Hong Kong
BSc (ENS), The University of Hong Kong

 

Ms. Yung Lai Kuen Suki was a Behavioral Therapist to provide training for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other special educational needs (SEN). She provided Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) training to young children on one-on-one basis, and parents training for their families. She also worked as a class teacher in an international kindergarten (special school) and supported the SEN students with Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Before joining the university, she provided professional training for both in-service and pre-service teachers as a Guest Lecturer in different institutions, including The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Baptist University, and Hong Kong Metropolitan University since 2011.

 

教学领

  • Inclusive Education
  • Supporting children with ASD/ADHD
  • Supporting children with Emotional and Behavior Difficulties 
  • Behavioral Intervention for ASD

 

研究领

  • Integrated Early Childhood Education
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Social and Emotional Development of Young Children 

 

著作

  • 冯立言与容丽娟(2010)。《放眼看「细」世界》。香港:壹出版。

 

学术会

  • Kwok, W. Y., Cheung, S. K., Yung, L. K. (2018, June). Relations of parents’ achievement goal orientations and parenting practices to their young children’s learning behaviors. Poster presented at the International Conference of World Organization for Early Childhood Education, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Yim, W. S., Yung, L. K. (2018 June). The Effectiveness of Contingency Management in Improving Homework Performance of a child with ADHD. Poster presented at the International Conference of World Organization for Early Childhood Education, Prague, Czech Republic.

 

社区及专业服

  • Parents workshops at The Spastics Association of Hong Kong (SAHK) (2010-2013)
  • Parents workshops at The Society for the Welfare of the Autistic Persons (SWAP) (Jan – Mar 2010)

客座教授

陈德祥教授

客座教授


tchan@kennesaw.edu

陈德祥教授
客座教授
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tchan@kennesaw.edu
专门: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.

冯淑珍博士

客座助理教授


fungsc@eduhk.hk

冯淑珍博士
客座助理教授
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fungsc@eduhk.hk
专门: Specialisation: Animal-assisted Intervention, Guidance and Counselling, Counsellor Education

Ed.D. (Educational Psychology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

M.Ed. (Counselling), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Teaching Areas

  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Group Counselling
  • Counselling Supervision

 

Research Interests

  • Canine-assisted Intervention for Children with SEN
  • Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Humane Education

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Evaluation of a Play Therapy Program with Chinese Disadvantaged Families: A Pilot Study [A project supported by the EdUHK - Internal Research Grant (2019/2020 UGC Block Grant; RG83/18-19R), PI]
  • An Investigation of Pre-service Teachers' Attitudes toward Animals and Empathy toward Humans: Implications for Humane Education Development (2016/2019, Project Code: 2539120, PI)
  • Effect of a Canine-assisted Read-Aloud Program on the Reading Fluency and Accuracy of Third-Graders with Poor Reading Performance: a Pilot Study [A project supported by the SEC Department (2017/2018 Research Support Scheme; SEC/RSS2017-18-10), PI]
  • Attitude to Animals and Empathy among Chinese Adolescents and Young Adults [A project supported by the Internal Research Grant (2016/2017 Start-up Grant; RG99/2016-2017R), PI]
  • Attitude to Animals among Chinese Pre-service Teachers in Early Childhood Education [A project supported by the SEC Department (2016/2017 Research Support Scheme; SEC/RSS2016-17-010), PI].

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Fung, S. C., & Chan, R. C. H. (2023). Evaluation of a person-centred psychotherapy programme for children with developmental disabilities and parents in disadvantaged families. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. Doi:10.1002/capr.12638.
  • Chan, R. C. H., & Fung, S. C. (2022). Elevated levels of COVID-19-related stress and mental health problems among parents of children with developmental disorders during the pandemic. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 52(3), 1314-1325 Doi:10.1007/s10803-021-05004-w.
  • Fung, S. C., & Zhou, Sili (2020) An Investigation of Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Animals and Empathy Toward Humans: Implications for Humane Education Development, Anthrozoös, 33(3), 415-426, DOI: 10.1080/08927936.2020.1746531
  • Fung, S. C. (2019). Counsellors in Hong Kong Primary Schools: On Becoming Visible Counselling Professionals. Global Journal of Health Science, 11(12), 80-90. doi:10.5539/gjhs.v11n12p80
  • Fung, S. C. (2019). Effect of a Canine-Assisted Read Aloud Intervention on Reading Ability and Physiological Response: A Pilot Study. Animals, 9(8), 474; https://doi.org/10.3390/ani9080474
  • Fung, S. C. (2019). Effects of an Experiential Training Group on Psychological Wellness and Professional Efficacy for Counsellors-in-Training. Global Journal of Health Science, 11(9), 22-33. doi:10.5539/gjhs.v11n9p22
  • Fung, S. C. (2019). Humane Attitudes and Empathic Tendencies in Chinese Young People: Implications for Humane Education. International Education Studies, 12(1), 53-60. doi:10.5539/ies.v12n1p53
  • 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. (2017). 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

  • 冯淑珍、陈俊豪 (2022). 抗疫。抗逆:网上视像小组辅导辅导员训练手册,香港: 香港教育大学编印 [ISBN : 9789881676276]
  • 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.
  • 冯淑珍 (2011): 学校辅导的伦理议题,辑於陆方钰仪、李文玉清编《学校辅导﹕趋势与实务》,(页199 – 217) ,香港: 香港大学出版社

 

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. (2019 April). Early Intervention of Students’ Mental Health Problem. Sky Post. April 24 2019
  • Yu, C.Y.I., Fung, S.C., Fung, L.C.A., Siu, F.Y.A., Tse, S.K.S., Sun, T.l.C., Li, W.O.A., Fu, W., Young, K.Y.D., Lam Yeung, K.S., & Yuen, M. (2018 May). LegCo Members, Counselling Academics from Universities, Primary School Principals and School Counsellors Urge for Holistic Counselling Services Supported by “One School Social Worker and One School Counsellor for Each School”. Public Forum Press Release. Hong Kong, China: Hong Kong Shue Yan University. May 27 2018.
  • Fung, S. C. (Oct. 2016). The Story of Jingles and Johnny: The Origin of Animal-assisted Therapy. Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association, Newsletter.
  • 冯淑珍 (2016):未够好、未够好!我还是未够好!(自尊感上篇 /中篇 /下篇 ),倾计堂,https://www.facebook.com/thelittleear/?fref=nf
  • 冯淑珍 (2014. 7):融合教育政策与本地专业辅导的发展,香港专业辅导协会,通讯.
  • 冯淑珍 (2007. 2 .10):生活简单 足够便好,月刋《健康教室》,第26期,12-13.
  • 冯淑珍 (2006. 11 .10):你的感觉 你的选择,月刋《健康教室》,第23期,16-17.
  • 冯淑珍 (2006. 9 .10):大人都爱自寻烦恼,月刋《健康教室》,第21期,20- 21.
  • 冯淑珍 (2006. 8 .10):爸爸妈妈,你们懂得听话吗?,月刋《健康教室》,第20期,12-13.
  • 冯淑珍 (2006. 7 .10):赞赏:让人快乐的心灵妙品,月刋《健康教室》,第19期,6-7.

 

Community & Professional Services

  • Panel Member of the HKCAAVQ’s Accreditation Exercise (2/2019 – 4/2019 & 11/2016 – 1/2017)
  • Council Member of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (HKPCA) (2012-2018)
  • Member of Program Accreditation sub-committee of the HKPCA (2015-2016)
  • Editorial Board Member: Journal of Counselling Profession & Human Animal Interaction Bulletin
  • Ad Hoc Reviewer: Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders; Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions; Journal of Counselling Profession; Educational Review; Animals
  • School Management Committee Member of the Hong Kong Red Swastika Society Tai Po Secondary School (25/07/2019 – 21/02/2020)
  • 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.

 

Membership of Professional Associations

  • Registered Teacher, Education Bureau, The Government of the HKSAR
  • Certified Counsellor, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (2012-2020)
  • Associate Fellow, The Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association (2012-2020)

许明得教授

客座教授


mthue@eduhk.hk

许明得教授
客座教授
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专门﹕学校指导 ﹑辅导﹑融合教育﹑行为管理及少数族裔学生的教育

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

 

教学范畴

  • 辅导与谘商 
  • 个人及社交发展 
  • 处理多样性 
  • 融合教育 
  • 通识教育 

 

研究领域

  • 学校指导
  • 辅导 
  • 融合教育 
  • 行为管理 
  • 少数族裔学生的教育

 

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • Exploring the contextual influence of school, home and community on the development of ethnic minority students’ sense of belonging in Hong Kong (Principal Investigator, General Research Fund, 2020-2021)
  • Promoting wellness & positive learning community: Mindfulness, resilience and compassion (MRC) project for university staff and students, school teachers and students (Principal Investigator, FEHD Self-financing Activity Funds, 2019-2021)
  • Understanding academic dishonesty among Hong Kong university students: Influences of personal and contextual factors (Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2019-2020)
  • A study of development of ethnic minority students’ sense of belonging in Hong Kong (Principal Investigator, Block Grant Faculty Fund, 2018-2020)
  • Integrating the flipped classroom paradigm into issue-based enquiry learning and teaching: Design-based research on teachers' in-class and out-of-class facilitation strategies (Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2018-2020)
  • Building resilience in classroom: Developing school-based mindfulness and self-compassion programme for teachers and students (Co-Investigator, Departmental Funding, 2018-2019)
  • Exploring the contextual influence of school, home and community on the development of ethnic minority students’ sense of belongingness in Hong Kong (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, 2017-2018)
  • Harnessing mobile technology in outdoor experiential learning: Teacher facilitation in context-aware social inquiry activities in formal school education (Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2016-2018)
  • YWCA Jockey Club Walk Along with kids and families project (Principal Investigator, Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association, 2016-2018)
  • Understanding the Longitudinal Processes of Acculturative and Enculturative Stress on the Well-being of Mainland Chinese Emerging Adults in Hong Kong (Co-Investigator, Departmental Collaborative Fund, 2016-2017)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Promoting multi-cultural teaching beliefs and practices in culturally responsive preschools in Hong Kong (Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2014-2017)
  • 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)
  • 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)

 

期刊论文

  • Wu, J., Chui, W. H., Yau, A., & Hue, M. T. (2022). Instilling the need for academic honesty into Hong Kong university students: How well are we doing? Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/02188791.2022.2038083
  • Karim, S., & Hue, M. T. (2022). Acculturation and sense of belonging: A study of young Pakistani students in Hong Kong. Asian Ethnicity, 23(3), 463-483. https://doi.org/10.1080/14631369.2020.1807911
  • Karim, S., & Hue, M. T. (2022). Enculturation of immigrants in multicultural contexts: A case of young Pakistani students in Hong Kong. International Journal of Intercultural Relations87, 13-25. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2022.01.002
  • Jong, M. S. Y., Chen, G., Tam, V., Hue, M. T., & Chen, M. (2022). Design-based research on teacher facilitation in a pedagogic integration of flipped learning and social enquiry learning. Sustainability14(2), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14020996
  • Karim, S., & Hue, M. T. (2021). Behavioural acculturation of young Pakistani students in Hong Kong: A qualitative inquiry. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/02188791.2021.1960485 
  • Karim, S., Hue, M. T., & Ullah, R. (2021). Acculturative challenges among Pakistani secondary school students in Hong Kong. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 82, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijintrel.2021.02.006
  • Kam, C. C. S., Hue, M. T., Cheung, H. Y., & Risavy, S. D. (2020). Factor structure of the attitudes toward cheating scale: An exploratory structural equation modeling analysis. Current Psychology, 39(5), 1843-1852.
  • Cheung, R. Y. M., Bhowmik, M. K., & Hue, M. T. (2020). Why does acculturative stress elevate depressive symptoms? A longitudinal study with emotion regulation as a mediator. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 67(5), 645-652.
  • Leung, C. H., & Hue, M. T. (2020). Factor structure of multicultural teaching competency scale for school-teachers in Hong Kong. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 45(7), 1-14. 
  • Ng, H. Y., Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2019). What contributes to ethnic minorities’ identification with Hong Kong? The cases of South Asian and Filipino youth. Asian Ethnicity, 20(2), 228-249.
  • Solomon, M., & Hue, M. T. (2018). Cross-cultural experiences of immigrant students: Mainland Chinese in Hong Kong and Mexicans in California. National Forum of Multicultural Issues Journal, 15(1), 1-14.
  • Jong, M. S. Y., Chan, T., Hue, M. T., & Tam, V. W. L. (2018). Gamifying and mobilising social enquiry-based learning in authentic outdoor environments. Journal of Educational Technology & Society21(4), 277-292.
  • Kam, C. C. S., Hue, M. T., & Cheung, K. C. Y. (2018). Plagiarism of Chinese secondary school students in Hong Kong. Ethics & Behavior28(4), 316-335.
  • Cheung, H. W., Kennedy, K. J., Leung, C. H., & Hue, M. T. (2018). 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 Education40(2), 158-168.
  • Bhowmik, M. K., Cheung, R. Y. M., & Hue, M. T. (2018). Acculturative stress and coping strategies among Mainland Chinese university students in Hong Kong: A qualitative inquiry. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry88(5), 550-562.
  • Kam, C. S., Hue, M. T. & Cheung, H. Y.  (2018). Academic dishonesty among Hong Kong secondary school students: Application of theory of planned behavior. Educational Psychology, 38(7), 945-963.
  • Bhowmik, M. K., Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2018). Education for all – But not Hong Kong’s ethnic minority student. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 21(5), 661-679.
  • Leung, C. H., & Hue, M. T. (2017). Understanding and enhancing multicultural teaching in preschool. Early Child Development and Care187(12), 2002-2014.
  • 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, 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
  • 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. 

 

出版书籍

  • 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.
  • 许明得、李伟成(2008):《有效课堂管理:营造积极学习气氛》,香港,香港大学出版社。

 

书籍章次

  • Hue, M. T. (2022). Inclusive education – Equal opportunities for all. In K. J. Kennedy, M. Pavlova, & J. C. K. Lee (Eds.), Soft skills and hard values in education: Meeting 21st century challenges. Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2021). Life education, positive education and character education in greater China: Theory, research and practice. In J. C. K. Lee, Y. W. Yip & H. M. Kong (Eds.), Life and Moral Education in Greater China (pp. 235-250). Oxon and New York: Routledge.
  • Cheung, H. W. C., Bhowmik, M. K., Kennedy, K. J., Ng, H. Y., & Hue, M. T. (2020). Religious and ethnic identification of minoritized youth in Hong Kong: Exploring acculturation outcomes. In E. Delgado-Algarra, & J. Cuenca-López (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Citizenship and Heritage Education (pp. 332-351). Hershey PA, USA: IGI Global.
  • Hue, M. T. (2020). Behavioral disorder: Theory, research, and practice. In A. J. Martin, R. A. Sperling & K. J. Newton (Eds.), Handbook of Educational Psychology and Students with Special Needs (pp. 220-238). New York, NY: Routledge
  • Jong, M. S. Y., Cheung, K. K. F., Jiang, Y. C., Chan, T., Tam, V., & Hue, M. T. (2018). Mobile outdoor inquiry-based learning activities in Hong Kong. In D. Wu & Y. J Y (Eds.), Case studies of ICT in education worldwide 2016–2017 (pp. 38–56). Beijing: Being Normal University Press.
  • Hue, M. T. (2018). Introduction: Seeking equity in education for Asia’s ethnic minorities. In K. Kennedy & J. C. K. Lee (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Schools and Schooling in Asia (pp. 805-807). New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (2018). Promoting cultural responsiveness and multicultural competency in Hong Kong schools. In K. Kennedy & J. C. K. Lee (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Schools and Schooling in Asia (pp. 819-828). New York: Routledge.
  • Bhowmik, K., & Hue, M. T. (2018). Education for ethnic minority young people in Hong Kong: What school factors make them unsuccessful? In K. Kennedy & J. C. K. Lee (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of Schools and Schooling in Asia (pp. 808-818). New York: Routledge.
  • Hue, M. T. (in press) (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).
  • 许明得(2011):危机管理及其在学校辅导的应用,辑於陆方钰仪、李文玉清编,《学校辅导:趋势与实务》,(页181-198),香港,香港大学出版社。
  • 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.
  • 许明得(2005):利用同侪互助小组的形式推动教师专业发展,辑於许景辉、李伟成编《领袖教师与教师专业发展》,(页37-43),香港,汇智出版有限公司。
  • 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.

 

学术会议论文

  • Hue, M. T., & Karim, S. (2022, May). Developing a sense of belonging among ethnic minority youth in Hong Kong: Challenges and opportunities. Paper presented at the 2022 KAME International Academic Conference.
  • Hue, M. T., & Karim, S. (2021, August). Multicultural education: A source of belongingness and inclusive education for immigrant youth. Paper presented at the 2021 KAME International Academic Conference.
  • Jong, M. S. Y., Chen, G., Tam, V. W., Hue, M. T., Chen, M., & Weng, X. (2021, August). Gamification of flipped classroom: FIBER vs. G-FIBER. Paper presented at the 7th International Symposium on Educational Technology (ISET) (pp. 270-274).
  • Wu, K. F., Chui, W. H., Hue, M. T., & Yau, A. (2021, July). Why students plagiarise: Corrupted morals or failed education? Paper presented at the 9th European Conference on Education (ECE2021), London, UK.
  • Hue, M. T. (2019, September). Making inclusion possible: Experience of special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs) in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at the Special Education International Conference (SEIC) 2019, Sepang, Malaysia.
  • Hue, M. T. (2019, July). Promotion of inclusive education: Special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs) definition of their role and experience in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at the 6th The London School of Management Education (LSME) - International Research Conference, London, The United Kingdom.
  • Hue, M. T. (2019, July). Collaborative and evidence-based approach to the promotion of inclusive education. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Special Education (ICSE2019), Surabaya, Indonesia.
  • Hue, M. T. (2019, May). Teachers’ narratives of cultural responsiveness and multicultural competency in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at the 2019 Korean Association for Multicultural Education (KAME) International Conference, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
  • Hue, M. T. (2018, October). Managing diversity and ethnic minority education. Paper presented at the Fifth Forum on Inclusive and Equitable Education for All in Hong Kong, The Education University of Hong Kong, Tai Po, Hong Kong, China.
  • Hue, M. T. (2018, July). Collaborative and evidence-based approach to the promotion of SEN children’s wellbeing. Paper presented at the Child's World Conference 2018 - New Shoes New Direction, Aberystwyth University, Penglais Campus, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.
  • Hue, M. T., & Bhowmik, M. K. (2018, May). Acculturation and identity in an Asian context: The case of ethnic minority youth in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Children’s Identity and Citizenship European Association and the 2nd Joint CITIZED Association Conference (CiCea/CitizED Conference 2018), Warsaw, Poland.
  • Bhowmik, M. K., Kennedy, K. J., Hue, M. T., & Ng, H. Y. (2017, November). Identities of Hong Kong’s ethnic minority youth: A socioecological perspective. Paper presented at the WERA Focal Meeting & HKERA International Conference 2017 (WERA-HKERA 2017): Innovation, Reform and Education Change in a Contemporary World, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
  • Cheung, H. W. C., Kennedy, K. J., Hue, M. T., & Leung, C. H. (2017, November). The influence of religious education on Hong Kong & Taiwanese students’ civic and social values development. Paper presented at the WERA Focal Meeting & HKERA International Conference 2017 (WERA-HKERA 2017): Innovation, Reform and Education Change in a Contemporary World, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
  • 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.
  • Kennedy, K., Hue, M. T., & Bhowmik, M. (2017, July). Self-efficacy and pan ethnic identity: The role of resilience in coping with minority status. Paper presented at the European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, Holland.
  • Kennedy, K., Hue, M. T., Bhowmik, M., & Ng, H. Y. (2017, June). Intersectionality and identity in an Asian context: The case of Pakistani youth in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the CiCea / Jean Monnet Network 2017 Conference “Reaffirming Citizenship Education in an Uncertain World”, Brugge, Belgium, Germany.
  • 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.
  • Cheung, H. W. C., Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2016, December). The influence of religious education on Hong Kong students’ civic and social values development. Paper presented at the Hong Kong & Macao SAR Youth: Identity, Citizenship Education and Civic Participation 2016 Conference, the Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • 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.
  • Cogburn, D. L., Low, L. C., & Hue, M. T. (2015, July). The role of innovation to enhance learning initiatives and practices. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Special Education: Innovation to Enhance Learning Initiatives and Practices, Centara Government Complex Hotel & Convention Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Jong, M. S. Y., Ho, E., S. C., Tam, V., Hue, M. T., Shang, J., Tsai, C. C., et al. (2015, April). How are teachers concerned about harnessing EduVenture in outdoor inquiry learning? Paper presented at The 2015 AERA (American Educational Research Association) Annual Meeting theme: Toward justice: Culture, language, and heritage in education research and praxis, Sheraton Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.
  • 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.
  • Chu, S. S. W., Hue, M. T., & Chung, K. K. H. (2011, December). What Dyslexia policy and practices work for Chinese primary school children in Hong Kong? Paper presented at the International Conference on Addressing Student Learning Diversity 2011, HKIEd, Hong Kong.
  • 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. (2011, April). The dynamic of guidance and discipline: Teachers’ narrative of fulfilling the diverse needs of students with SEN in a regular school in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 2011 Chinese American Educational Research and Development Association International conference: Curriculum, instruction, research, and practice in education in the 21st century, New Orleans Marriott Hotel, New Orleans, LA.
  • 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, November). School guidance and discipline: Teachers’ and students’ narratives of promoting resiliency in Hong Kong schools. Paper presented at International Conference on Primary Education 2009: The Future is Theirs: Visions for Primary Education in the Twenty First Century, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2009, September). Building up resilient schools: Meeting the challenge of guidance and discipline in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the International Conference on Educational Research (ICER) 2009: Learning Community for Sustainable Development, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
  • Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2009, June). Ethnic minority students in a Chinese society: Towards multiculturalism in Hong Kong? Paper presented at the Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference: Designing New Learning Contexts for a Globalising World, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
  • 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. (2009, April). From the perspective of Daoism: Teachers’ narrative of behavior management in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: Disciplined Inquiry: Education Research in the Circle of Knowledge, San Diego, CA.
  • 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.
  • Kennedy, K. J., & Hue, M. T. (2008, November). Building up culturally responsive schools: Hong Kong teachers’ views of teaching efficacy and cross-cultural experience of ethnic minority students. Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA) Conference 2008: Educational Research for Innovation & Quality in Education: Policy & Pedagogical Engagements Across Contexts, National Institute of Education, Singapore.
  • 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.
  • Hui, S. K. F., Li, W. S., Him, T. K., Chan, K. W., & Hue, M. T. (2006, April). Experience of a Hong Kong school to use a peer support group for promoting teachers’ professional development. Paper presented at the Conference on Education Development in Chinese Society, Faculty of Education, University of Macau.
  • Hui, S. K. F., Hue, M. T., Yeung, S. Y., Li, W. S. (2006, March). From peer support to teacher leaders. Paper presented at the School Development Conference in Tsuen Wan and Kwai Tsing District, the Education and Manpower Bureau, Hong Kong.
  • Hue, M. T. (2005, October). The social construction of classroom behaviour in Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the International Forum on Teacher Education: Teacher Education Reform, Teacher Professional Standards and School-based Teacher Development, Shanghai, China.
  • 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.
  • 李伟成、许景辉、陈锦荣、许明得、林德成、谢加谦及杨思慧(2005,12):领袖教师:从课程领导引申的专业发展课题与启示,论文发表於「香港中文大学教育学院40周年纪念国际研讨会」,香港。
  • Hue, M. T. (2004, April). Hong Kong school practitioners' constructs of the identity of newly arrived students from mainland China. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: Enhancing the Visibility and Credibility of Educational Research, San Diego, CA.
  • Hue, M. T. (2004, April). From the perspective of social psychology: How Chinese culture links to the practices of guidance and discipline in two Hong Kong secondary schools. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies, San Diego, CA.
  • 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.

 

其他出版

  • 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.
  • 许明得(2009):《独立专题探究全攻略》,香港,时信出版有限公司。
  • 许明得(2009):《独立专题探究全攻略:学习历程档案》,香港,时信出版有限公司。

 

社区及专业服务

  • 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.

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Ph.D., University of New South Wales

教学范畴

  • 自闭症
  • 阅读困难
  • 融合教育
  • 智能障碍
  • 研究方法

研究领域

  • 融合教育
  • 特殊教育

近期及正进行之研究计划

  • 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)]

代表著作

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、冼权锋合编(2010):《「合作学习」在特殊学校的实践与启示》,香港,香港教育学院特殊学习需要与融合教育中心。
  • 何福全(2010):以合作模式为特殊学校教师作专业发展计划的理念及施行,何福全编,以合作模式为特殊学校教师作专业发展,(7-15),香港,香港教育学院、香港特殊学校议会、优质教育基金。
  • 何福全(2010):在特殊学校推行的学习圈合作学习计划,冼权锋和何福全编,合作学习:在特殊学校的实践与启示,(5-14),香港,香港教育学院特殊学习需要与融合教育中心。
  • 冼权锋和何福全编(2010):合作学习:在特殊学校的实践与启示,香港,香港教育学院特殊学习需要与融合教育中心。
  • 容佩雯、谢利明和何福全(2010):实践合作学习以推动音乐教学的效能,冼权锋和何福全编,合作学习:在特殊学校的实践与启示,(15-17),香港,香港教育学院特殊学习需要与融合教育中心。
  • 梁飞龙和何福全(2010):透过合作学习於体育科中跨越技能训练,冼权锋和何福全编,合作学习:在特殊学校的实践与启示,(18-22),香港,香港教育学院特殊学习需要与融合教育中心。
  • 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):「想法解读」与自闭症的关系,辑於《融合教育教学资源文集》,(页3),香港,中华基督教会基顺学校。
  • 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.

  • 冼权锋、吕明、晏子、何福全、区美兰和霍艾莲 (2013) : 「融合教育制度下残疾学生的平等学习机会研究」的启示,《香港特殊教育论坛》,15,页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 KongSpecial 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.
CD-ROM
  • 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.

过往参与的获资助计划

  • 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)]

社区及专业服务

  • 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

潘纪恩博士

客座助理教授


kean@eduhk.hk

潘纪恩博士
客座助理教授
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kean@eduhk.hk
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专门: 执行功能、青少年犯罪行为、情绪及行为困难、教育心理学

PhD (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

 

Introduction
Dr Kean Poon is a chartered educational psychologist of the British Psychological Society and a registered educational psychologist of the Hong Kong Association of Educational Psychologists. She is currently a senior lecturer in the School of Education at the University of New South Wales, Sydney and an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling at The Education University Hong Kong (EdUHK). Before joining EdUHK, Dr Poon obtained her doctoral degree in educational psychology at the University of Hong Kong, specialising in cognitive deficits in students with reading difficulties (RD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Her research interests are (1) executive function in special education; (2) adolescents with ADHD and/or RD; and (3) juvenile delinquency. She has also developed three evidence-based electronic training applications: i-maze, Task-switching, and the Mr Fox games. Dr Poon won the silver medals and special awards at the 2019 Silicon Valley International Invention Festival as well as at the 2020 and 2022 International Invention Innovation Competition in Canada. She was selected among the Top 10 best woman inventors of the competition. In recognition of her outstanding contributions in knowledge transfer to the local and international fields, Dr Poon was awarded the 2020/21 President’s Award for Outstanding in Knowledge Transfer.

 

Membership of Professional Societies

  • Associate Fellow, The Hong Kong Psychological Society
  • Chartered Psychologist (Educational Psychology), The British Psychological Society
  • Registered Educational Psychologist, Division of Educational Psychology (DEP), The Hong Kong Psychological Society
  • Member, The Hong Kong Association of Educational Psychologists
  • Accredited Mediator, Hong Kong International Arbitration Center
  • Accredited Mediator, The Accord Group (Australia)

 

Awards and Honors

  • President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Knowledge Transfer 2020/21
  • Best Woman Inventor Award, 5th International Invention Innovation Competition, iCAN 2020
  • Silver Award, 5th International Invention Innovation Competition, iCAN 2020
  • Special Award, Toronto International Society of Innovation and Advanced Skills, 5th International Invention Innovation Competition, iCAN 2020
  • Silver Award, Silicon Valley International Invention Festival 2019
  • 2018/2019 FEHD Top 10% Teaching Award
  • 2016/2017 FEHD Top 10% Teaching Award
  • 2015/16 Departmental Award for the Achievement of High Student Evaluation of Teaching Scores

 

Teaching Areas

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

 

Recent and Ongoing Research Projects

  • Effects of Aerobic Exercise and High-Intensity Interval Training on the Mental Health of Adolescents Living in Poverty (Principal Investigator, RGC Research Matching Grant Scheme, 2021-2023)
  • Understanding and Promoting the Wellbeing of Students with SENs (Principal Investigator, Beijing-Hong Kong Universities Alliance (BHUA) Activities Fund, 2021-2022)
  • Web-based Learning for Students with Diverse Needs (Reading and Writing) at the Junior Secondary Level (Principal Investigator, Quality Education Fund Thematic Network, 2021-2022)
  • Working Memory Application for Pre-School Children from Low-Income Families (Principal Investigator, Innovation & Technology Fund, 2021-22)
  • Effectiveness of Music Therapy in Social Skill Intervention for Children with ASD/ID: A Randomized Controlled Trial (Co-Investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund, 2020-2022)
  • Examining the Effectiveness of Working Memory Training App in Students with ADHD and/or RD (Principal Investigator, Knowledge Transfer Seed Fund, 2020-2021)
  • Mind and Study Matter: Tutoring and Counselling Programme (Principal Investigator, HSBC Private Banking and Asian Charity Services, 2020-2022)
  • InnoTech for SEN Students (Co-Investigator, Faculty Strategic Area Fund, 2020-2023)
  • The Good Shepherd Project (Principal Investigator, Advance Children Medical and Education Foundation, 2020-2022)
  • Developing an English Version of the Task-Switching Training App for Adolescents with Attention-Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (Principal Investigator, Department Knowledge Transfer Seed Fund, 2019-2020)
  • Enhancing Executive Functioning in Children Living in Low Income Families: Cantonese Opera and Social-emotional Learning Intervention (Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2019-2021)
  • The Role of Emotion Regulation Strategies in Relation to Executive Function in Chinese and Australian Adolescents with ADHD (Principal Investigator, FEHD Internationalization and Exchange Research Scheme, 2019-2022)
  • Aggressive Youth in Hong Kong: Subtypes, Neuropsychological Risk and Intervention (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, 2018-2019)
  • Improving Children’s Chinese Literacy Performance by Developing an Educational Computer Game for Training Morphological Skills (Co-Investigator, Standing Committee on Language Education and Research, 2018-2020)
  • Intervention Efficacy of Assistive Listening Devices for Chinese Children with Dyslexia: A Randomized Controlled Trial (Co-Investigator, Health and Medical Research Fund, 2017-2019)
  • Relationship between Poverty and Neurocognitive Skills (Co-Investigator, Public Policy Research Funding Scheme, 2017-2020)
  • Enhancing Executive Functioning of Children Living in Poverty: A Randomized Experiment Study (Principal Investigator, Public Policy Research Funding Scheme, 2016-2018)
  • Working Memory Training in Young Children with ADHD and/or RD: A randomized Placebo-Controlled Trial (Principal Investigator, Departmental Collaborative Research Fund, 2016-2017)
  • Development of Hot and Cool Executive Functions in Chinese Delinquent Adolescents (Principal Investigator, Internal Research Grant, 2015-2016)

 

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Wang, L. C., Chen, J. K., & Poon, K. (accepted). Relationships between the state anxiety and reading comprehension of Chinese students with and without dyslexia: A cross-sectional design. Learning Disability Quarterly
  • Poon. K. (2022). Effects of aerobic exercise and high-intensity interval training on the mental health of adolescents living in poverty: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial. JMIR Research Protocols, 11(1), e34915.
  • Poon,K., Ho, M. S. H., & Wang, L. C. (2021). Examining the distinctive working memory profiles in Chinese children with the predominantly inattentive subtype of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and reading difficulties. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 718112.
  • Yum, Y. N., Lau, W. K. W., Poon, K., & Ho, F. C. (2020). Music therapy as social skill intervention for children with comorbid ASD and ID: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. BMC Pediatrics, 20(1), 545. 
  • Poon, K. (2020). Evaluating dual-process theory of decision-making in Chinese delinquent adolescents. Australian Psychologist, 55(3), 257–268. 
  • Poon, K. (2020). The impact of socioeconomic status on parental factors in promoting academic achievement in Chinese children. International Journal of Educational Development, 75, 107175. 
  • Poon, K., Ho, M. S. H., Chu, P. C. K., & Chou, K. L. (2020). Transferability and sustainability of task-switching training in socioeconomically disadvantaged children: A randomized experimental study. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 32(8), 747–763. 
  • Poon, K. (2018). Hot and cool executive functions in adolescence: Development and contributions to important developmental outcomes. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2311. 
  • Poon, K. (2016). Understanding risk-taking behavior in bullies, victims, and bully victims: Using cognitive- and emotion-focused approaches. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1838.
  • Poon, K., & Ho, C. S. H. (2016). Risk-taking propensity and sensitivity to punishment in adolescents with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder symptoms and/or reading disability. 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. .

 

Book Chapters

  • Poon, K., & Raine, A. (in press). Antisocial and moral behavior: A review and synthesis. In P. Robbins & B. F. Malle (Eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Moral Psychology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Poon, K. (2022). Executive functioning intervention for students with ADHD. In M. T. Hue & S. Karim (Eds.), Supporting diverse students in Asian inclusive classrooms: From policies and theories to practice (pp. 211-226). London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

 

Conference Papers

  • Poon, K. (2018, July). Enhancing executive functioning of children living in poverty: A randomized experiment study. Poster session presented at the 25th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
  • Poon, K. (2017, November). Enhancing executive functioning of children living in poverty: A randomized experiment study. Paper presented at the International Research Symposium on Public Management in Asia: Innovation and Transformation, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2017, April). Chinese adolescents with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder and reading disabilities. Paper presented at the Ebenezer 120th Anniversary International Research Symposium, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2017, March). Addiction and cognition: Hot and cool executive functions in adolescence: Development and contributions to important developmental outcomes. Poster session presented at 4th International Medicine in Addiction Conference, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • Poon, K. (2016, July). Working memory training in young children with ADHD and/or RD. Paper presented at the Conference on Catering for Diverse Learning Needs, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2016, June). Cognitive appraisal and behavioral measure of risk in Chinese bully, victim and bully-victim adolescents. Poster session presented at 8th World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
  • Poon, K. (2016, March). Risk-taking in adolescents with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder and reading disabilities. Keynote address presented at the Consortium of Asia-Pacific Education Universities (CAPEU), Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, March). Risk-taking propensity and sensitivity to punishment in adolescents with reading disability and/or ADHD symptoms. Poster session presented at the Inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

 

Other Publications

  • Poon, K. (2021, July). Introducing The Good Shepherd Project. Health Plus Magazine.
  • Poon, K. (2021, April). Introducing The Good Shepherd Project. Hong Kong Economic Times.
  • Poon, K. (2020, September). Task-switching training app for students with low socioeconomic status. Good School Magazine (Issue 027).
  • Poon, K. (2019, January). Sharing experience as an educational psychologist and educator regarding the support in facilitating learning for children with special educational needs. Young Post, The South China Morning Post.
  • Poon, K. (2018, August). How to improve students' concentration and execution skills. Ta Kung Pao, Ming Pao, Sing Tao and HK01.

 

Community and Professional Services

  • Member of the Committee on Candidates with Specific Learning Disabilities, The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
  • Member of the Executive Committee of The EdUHK Schools Limited
  • Member of the Faculty Human Research Ethics Committee, EdUHK
  • Member of the Rehabilitation Subcommittee of the Riding for the Disabled Association
  • School Manager, Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui Primary School (Branch)
  • Ad hoc reviewer of Journal of Psychiatry and Universal Journal of Educational Research

 

Public Talks

  • Poon, K. (2021, December). Computerized working memory training for students with ADHD and/or RD. Learning and Teaching Expo, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2020, December). Children with learning difficulties. Alliance Française de Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2020, November). Supporting families of children with special educational needs. POPA Channel. 
  • Poon, K. (2020, October). Children with developmental delay and their special educational needs. 830 Magazine Programme, Radio Television Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2020, August). How to help children with ADHD engage in e-learning?.
  • Poon, K. (2020, August). Special education, whole school approach, and supporting students with ADHD. Han Academy, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2019, December). Managing children with ADHD. S.K.H Tin Wan Chi Nam Primary School, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2019, September). Introduction to the concept of cognitive function and its impact on children with special educational needs. HKSKH St. Stephen’s Church, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2019, September). The latest social movement in Hong Kong: Empathy towards youth. RTHK’s Morning News Programme, Radio Television Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2019, June). Evidence-based and practical measures in managing primary students with ADHD. Ho Yu Primary School, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2019, April). Children with special educational needs and parenting. All Virtues Baptist Church, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2017, September). Training workshop for teachers on 「高分低能?」淺談執行能力及其提升方法》.Stewards Pooi Kei Primary School, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2017, June). Professional development sharing to school-based educational psychologists on executive function: Implications for educational psychology services. Po Leung Kuk, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2017, March). Training workshops for EdUHK students on the concepts of working memory, basic theories of computerized intervention on RD and/or ADHD, research skills, procedures, and ethics. The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2016, May-November). Training workshops for EdUHK students on the concepts of executive function, basic theories of cognitive development and intervention, research skills, procedures, and ethics. The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2016, January). Children with special educational needs and parenting. All Virtues Baptist Church, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, November – Present). Youth pathology. The Hong Kong Police Force, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, September). School guidance and disciplinary approach. Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Yuen Long), Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, July). Executive functioning skills development in adolescence. Christ College, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, May). Parenting issues. The Phoenix Satellite Television Co. Ltd., Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, March-September). Parenting issues. All Virtues Baptist Church, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2015, February). Training workshop for teachers on executive functioning skills development in adolescence. Christ College, Hong Kong.
  • Poon, K. (2014, November). Professional sharing seminar on 「從理論基礎及本地研究出發: 探討讀障或專注力不足及過渡活躍症學生行為問題的成因」.The Society of Boys’ Centres Hui Chung Sing Memorial School, Hong Kong.
  • Poon. K. (2014, November). The new face in FEHD.
  • Poon, K. (2014, October). Professional development seminar on 「從理論及本地研究看讀寫障礙和專注力不足及過渡活躍症學童在群育學校的教育」. The Hong Kong Juvenile Care Centre Chan Nam Cheong Memorial School & The Society of Boys’ Centres, Hong Kong.

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Prof. Dennis McInerney passed away on 20 May 2022. He is beloved by all his colleagues in SEC.  He has been a great advisor, mentor, and friend, who has also been the inspiration and role model of many SEC colleagues in the past years. We will miss him and cherish the memories of working together with him.

 

Specialisation: Motivation, Learning, Self-process and Educational achievement

 

Bio of Prof Dennis McInerney

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 is an honorary professor at the Education University of Hong Kong. Prior to this he was Chair Professor of Educational Psychology and Associate Vice President (Research and Development) and  Co-Director of the Assessment Research Centre of the Institute. Professor McInerney continues research consultancies with a range of international universities and individuals. 

Before his appointment at The Hong Kong Institute of Education he was Professor and Associate Dean (Education Research) at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore having served for a period as Vice-Dean (Research and Methodology) within the Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice. Previous to this Professor McInerney was Research Professor and Associate Director of the Self Research Centre at the University of Western Sydney. 

Professor McInerney has published numerous research articles in refereed international journals, books and conferences and edits two international research series, Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning (Vols 1-11) and International Advances in Self Research (Vols 1-4). Professor McInerney has received numerous research grants including seven Australian Research Council grants and two Hong Kong University Grants Committee grants. He was awarded the University of Western Sydney’s Senior Researcher Award and was the first Professor to receive a Personal Chair at the University of Western Sydney, Macarthur. Professor McInerney was also awarded the inaugural President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Research (Research Excellence) at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.

Professor McInerney has written a number of textbooks including Educational Psychology: Constructing Learning (Pearson 6th Edition, 2014); Developmental and Educational Psychology for Teachers: An applied approach (with Dave Putwain, Routledge. 2017); Developmental Psychology for Teachers (Allen & Unwin, 2006); Helping Kids Achieve Their Best: Understanding and Using Motivation in the Classroom (published by Allen & Unwin, 2000 and republished by Information Age Publishing, 2005), and Publishing Your Psychology Research (Sage and Allen & Unwin, 2001).

 

Professional Memberships

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

 

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

2015-2019: Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant ($AUD313, 536. 00). Research degree progress and success: Making a difference in candidate metacognitive profile, expectation, satisfaction and well-being (Partner Investigator) with A. P Holbrook, J. J. Scevak, K. M. Shaw, D S. Bourke (Chief-Investigators). DP150102088.

2014-2015: Research Grants Council/GRF Grant. The complexity and dynamics of social goals: An investigation of a hidden dimension of Hong Kong student motivation. Dr. Cheng, Wing Yi Rebecca (PI), Dennis M McInerney and Lam Shui Fong (Co-I).

2013: National Priorities Research Program (NPRP) (NPRP 6 - 122 - 5 – 015), Qatar National Research Fund The interaction of psychological variables and student achievement: finding optimal structure to student success (with R. Nasser & G. A. Liem).

2011 : The impacts of social and psychological factors on English and Putonghua learning and the implications to education policies. Dr, Wong, Wai Lap Simpson (PI) Chung, K. K. H, Ho S H C, McInerney D. M., Chow, W. Y. B (Co-I).

2011-2014: Research Grants Council RGC/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 & Leung, Kim Chau, Charles).

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).

2008-2011: Research Grants Council RGC/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).

2006-2012: Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grant ($AUD300,000) Securing the future: Optimising the success of remote Indigenous students at post-secondary education. A crosscultural study (with T. Cook & J. Tuovinen). DP0662865

2005-2012: 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) LP0561651.

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

McInerney, D. M., & Putwain, D. (2017). Developmental and Educational Psychology for Teachers: An applied approach. U.K.: Routledge.

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. Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Press.

McInerney, D. M. (2015). Educational psychology: Constructing learning. 6th ed. Sydney: Pearson.

McInerney, D. M., & McInerney, V. (2010). Educational psychology: Constructing learning. 5th ed. Sydney: Pearson.

McInerney, D. M. (2010). The role of sociocultural factors in shaping student engagement in Hong Kong: An ethnic minority perspective. Chair Professors. Public Lecture Series. The Hong Kong Institute of Education: Hong Kong.

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. (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.

McInerney, D. M. (2005). Helping kids achieve their best. Understanding and using motivation in the classroom (Revised). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

 

Edited Books

Liem, G.A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (Eds.) (2018). Big Theories Revisited (2nd Ed.). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Guay, F., Marsh, H. W., McInerney, D. M., & Craven, R. G. (Eds.) (2017). SELF Driving Positive Psychology and Well-being. Volume 6, International Advances in Self Monograph Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Guay, F., Marsh, H. W., McInerney, D. M., & Craven, R. G. (Eds.) (2015). Self-concept, Motivation and Identity: Underpinning Success with Research and Practice. Advances in Self Research (Vol. 5). Charlotte, NC: Information Press.

Chung, K. K. H., Yuen, K. C. P, and McInerney, D. M. (Eds.) (2014). Understanding developmental disorders of auditory processing, language and literacy across languages: International perspectives. In D. M. McInerney (Ed.) Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Vol. 11. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

McInerney, D. M., Marsh, H. W., Craven, R. & Guay, F. (Eds.). (2013). Theory driving research: New wave perspectives on self-processes and human development. Advances in Self Research (Vol. 4). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

McInerney, D. M, Walker, R. A., & Liem, G. A. D. (Eds.) (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., Brown, T. L., & Liem, G. A. D. (Eds.) (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. (Eds.) (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. (Eds.) (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. (Eds.) (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. (Eds.) (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. (Eds.) (2006). Research on sociocultural influences on motivation and learning. Vol. 6. Effective Schools. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

 

Chapters in Books

Liem, G. A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (in press). Academic motivation: The universal and culturally specific. In T. Good & M. McCaslin (Eds.), Routledge Encyclopedia of Education.

Cheng, R, W-y., Leung, B.F.H., & McInerney, D. M. (2019). Social goal orientation,behavioural engagement and coping of Hong Kong students. In G. A. D, Liem and Tan, S. R(Eds.), Asian Education Miracles. In search of sociocultural and psychological explanations.(pp.29-44). NY, New York: Routledge.

McInerney, D. M., & King, R. B. (2018). Culture and self-regulation in educational settings. In Schunk, D. H., & Greene, J. A. (2018). Handbook of self-regulation of learning and performance (2nd ed.) (pp. 485-502). New York: Routledge.

Datu, J. A. D., & McInerney, D. M. (2017). Does culture matter for grit? Mapping cross-cultural directions in grit research programs. In F. Guay, H. W. Marsh, D. M. McInerney, & R. G. Craven, R. G. (Eds.) (2017). SELF Driving Positive Psychology and Well-being. Volume 6 (pp. 113-133). International Advances in Self Monograph Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

McInerney, D. M., Maehr, M. L., & Dowson, M. (2017). Motivation and culture. In Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral psychology. Elsevier. ISBN 9780128093245.

King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2016). Culture and motivation: The road travelled and the way ahead. Handbook of Motivation at School (2nd ed.) (pp. 275-299). Edited by Kathryn Wentzel and David Miele. NY: Routledge.

McInerney, D. M. (2016). A journey through David Watkin’s research and contribution to crosscultural psychology. In R. B. King & A. B. I. Bernardo (Eds.). The Psychology of Asian Learners. A festschrift in honor of David Watkins. (pp.15-34). Singapore: Springer.

King, R.B., & McInerney, D. M. (2016). Examining the links between social goals and learning strategies. In R. B. King & A. B. I. Bernardo (Eds.). The Psychology of Asian Learners. A festschrift in honor of David Watkins. (pp. 405-417). Singapore: Springer.

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

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., Datu, J. A., & McInerney, D. M. (2018). Personal investment theory: A crosscultural framework for the study of student motivation. In G. A. D. Liem & D. M. McInerney (Eds.). Big Theories Revisited (2nd Ed.). (pp. 69-88). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Splitter, L. J., & McInerney, D. M. (2015). Motivation: A philosophical and psychological synthesis. In F. Guay, H. Marsh, D. M. McInerney & R. G. Craven (Eds.), Self-concept, Motivation and Identity: Underpinning Success with Research and Practice. Advances in Self Research (Vol. 5). Charlotte, NC: Information Press.

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.

 

Refereed Journal Publications

Chao, C. N. G, McInerney, D. M., & Bai, B. (2019). Self-efficacy and self-concept as predictors of language learning achievements in an Asian bilingual context. The Asia- Pacific Education Researcher, 28, 139-147. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40299-018-0420-3. SCImago Q2, H Index 18.

McInerney, D. M. (2019). Motivation. Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology.10.1080/01443410.2019.1600774. IF 1.344.

King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Pitliya, R. J. (2018). Envisioning a culturally imaginative educational psychology. Educational Psychology Review, 30, 1031-1065. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10648-018-9440-z. SCImago Q1, H Index 90, IF 4.707 5 Yr IF 5.244 SCImago Journal Rank 2.204.

McInerney, D. M., Korpershoek, H., Wang, H., & Morin, A. J. S. (2018). Teachers’ occupational attributes and their psychological wellbeing, job satisfaction, occupational self-concept and quitting intentions.  Teaching and Teacher Education, 71, 145-158. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2017.12.020. SCImago Q1, H Index 93, IF 2.473 5 Yr IF 3.335 SCImago Journal Rank 1.501.

Litalien, D., Morin, A. J. S., & McInerney, D. M. (2017). Generalizability of achievement goal profiles across five cultural groups: More similarities than differences. Contemporary Educational Psychology. 51, 267-283. DOI 10.1016/j.cedpsych.2017.08.008. SCImago Q1, H Index 86, IF 3.356 5 Yr IF 4.130 SCImago Journal Rank 2.319.

Morin, A.J.S., Boudrias, J.-S., Marsh, H.W., McInerney, D.M., Dagenais-Desmarais, V., & Madore, I. (2017). Complementary variable- and person-centered approaches to exploring the dimensionality of psychometric constructs: Application to psychological wellbeing at work. Journal of Business and Psychology, 32, 395-419. DOI 10.1007/s10869-9448-7 [ISI 2014: 2.075; Scopus 2014: Q1 in applied Psychology; Business and International Management; Business, Management and Accounting (misc.); Psychology (misc.)].

King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Nasser, R. (2017). Different goals for different folks: a cross-cultural study of achievement goals across nine cultures. Social Psychology of Education, on line) 1 July, 2017. DOI 10.1007/s11218-017-9381-2.

Litalian, D., Morin, A. J. S., and McInerney, D. M. (2017). Achievement goal profiles among adolescent males and females. Developmental Psychology, 52, 731-751. DOI: 10.1037/dev0000288 SCImago Q1, H Index 159, IF 3.116 5 Yr IF 4.289 SCImago Journal Rank 2.585 

Ryan, T., Allen, K. A., Gray, D. L., McInerney, D. M. (2017). How social are social media? A review of online social behaviour and connectedness. Journal of Relationships Research, 8, e8, 1-8. doi 10.1017/jrr.2017.13.

McInerney, D. M., & Flowerday, T. (2016). Indigenous issues in education and research: looking forward. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 47, 1-3. SCImago Q1, H Index 71, IF 2.49 5 Yr IF 3.378 SCImago Journal Rank 1.426  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2016.05.001

King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2016). Do goals lead to outcomes or can it be the other way around?: Causal ordering of mastery goals, meta-cognitive strategies, and achievement. British Journal of Educational Psychology. DOI:10.1111/bjep.12107. SCImago Q1, H Index 59. IF 2.25 5Yr IF 2.6

King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2016). Culturalizing motivation research in educational psychology. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 86, 1-7. DOI: 10.1111/bjep.12106 I Q1, H Index 59. IF 2.25 5Yr IF 2.6 F 2

Martin, A.J., Collie, R.J., Mok, M.M.C., & McInerney, D.M. (2016). 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, 86, 75-91. DOI:10.1111/bjep.12092 SCImago Q1, H Index 59. IF 2.25 5Yr IF 2.6

McInerney, D. M., Ganotice, F., King, R. B., Marsh, H. W., & Morin, J. S., (2015). Exploring commitment and turnover intentions among teachers: What we can learn from Hong Kong teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education. 52, 11-23. DOI 10.1016/j.tate.2015.08.004 .  SCImago Q1, H Index 67. IF 1.413 5Yr IF 1.684

Morin, A. J., Meyer, J. P., McInerney, D. M., Marsh, H. W., & Ganotice F. (2015). Profiles of dual commitment to the occupation and organization: Relations to well being and turnover intentions. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32, 717-744. DOI 10.1007/s10490-015-9411-6. SCImago Q1, H Index 44. IF 2.091 5Yr IF 1.684

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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2015.03.005  SCImago Q1, H Index 57. IF 3.361 5Yr IF 4.071.

Korpershoek, H., Xu, J. K., Mok, M. M. C., McInerney, M. D., & 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, 41-59. SCImago Q3, H Index 22. IF NA.

Mok, M. M. C., McInerney, D. M., Zhu, J., & Or, A. (2015). Growth in mathematics cognitive and content domains: A 6-year longitudinal study. Assessment & Learning, 3, 129-159. NA

Mok, M. M. C., McInerney, D. M., Zhu, J., & Or, A. (2015). Growth trajectories of mathematics achievement: Longitudinal tracking of territory-wide student academic progress. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 85, 154-171. DOI:10.1111/bjep.12060. SCImago Q1, H Index 51. IF 2.25 5Yr IF 2.6

Liem, G. A. D., McInerney, D. M., & Yeung, A. S. (2015) Academic Self-Concepts in Ability Streams: Considering Domain Specificity and Same-Stream Peers. Journal of Experimental Education. 83, 83-89. DOI: 10.1080/00220973.876227. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220973.2013.876227. SCImago Q1-2, H Index 29. IF 0.72 5Yr IF 1.64

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. SCImago Q1, H Index 29. IF 1.031 5Yr IF NA.

Herbert, J., McInerney, D. M., Fasoli, L., Stephenson, P., Ford, L. (2014). Indigenous secondary education in the NT: Building the future. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 43, 85-95. doi:10.1017/jie.2014.17 NA

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, 96-112. Doi 10.1017/jie.2014.19. NA

King, R. B., McInerney, D. M. (2014). Culture’s consequences on student motivation: Capturing universality and variability through personal investment theory. Educational Psychologist, 49, 175-198. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00461520.2014.926813. SCImago Q1, H Index 80. IF 4.844 5Yr IF 4.161

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 Educational Psychology, 34, 598-618. DOI: 10.1080/01443410.2014.915928). SCImago Q1, H Index 29. IF 1.031 5Yr IF NA

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. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 31, 18-31. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/edp.2014.2. SCImago Q4, H Index 3. IF NA

King, R. B., & McInerney, D. M. (2014). Mapping changes in students’ English and math self-concepts: A latent growth model study Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology, 34, 581-597. DOI: 10.1080/01443410.2014.909009. SCImago Q1, H Index 29. Impact Factor 1.031 5Yr IF NA

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: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology. 34, 561-580.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01443410.2014.898740. SCImago Q1, H Index 29. IF 1.031 5Yr IF NA.

McInerney, D. M., Ganotice, F., 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: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology. 35, 926-945. DOI: 10.1080/01443410.2014.895801. SCImago Q1, H Index 29. IF 1.031 5Yr IF NA

King, R.B., McInerney, D.M. (2014). The work avoidance goal construct: Examining its structure antecedents, and consequences. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 39, 42-58. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2013.12.002. SCImago Q1, H Index 56. IF 2.347 5Yr IF 3.159.

Ali, J., McInerney, D. M., Craven, R., Yeung, A., & 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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220671.2013.788988. SCImago Q1, H Index 42. IF NA 5Yr IF 1.282

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. NA

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. DOI 10.1007/s10212-013-0179-0  SCImago Q2, H Index 27. IF 0.800 5Yr IF 0.89

Liem, G. A. D., Marsh, H. W., Martin, A. J., 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. SCImago Q1, H Index 64. IF 2.275  5Yr IF 3.09

King, R. B., McInerney, D. M., & Watkins, D. A. (2012). Studying for the sake of others: Examining the role of social goals on academic engagement. Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology, 32, 749-776 SCImago Q1, H Index 29. IF 1.031 5Yr IF NA

Green, J., Liem, G.A.D., Martin, A.J. Colmar, S., Marsh, H.W., & McInerney, D.M. (2012). Academic motivation, self-concept, engagement, and performance in high school: Key processes from a longitudinal perspective. Journal of Adolescence, 35, 1111-1122.  SCImago Q1, H Index 69. IF 1.638 5Yr IF 2.288

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. SCImago NA IF 0.750

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, 22, 814-819. SCImago Q1, H Index 36. IF 1.565 5Yr IF 2.158

King, R. B., Ganotice, F. A., & McInerney, D. M. (2012) Cross-cultural validation of the Sense of Self Scale in Chinese and Filipino settings. Child Indicators Research, 5, 719-734. SCImago Q2, H Index 6. IF 1.038 5Yr IF NA

McInerney, D. M. (2012). Conceptual and methodological challenges in multiple goal research among very remote Indigenous Australian students. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 61(4), 634-668. SCImago Q1, H Index 51. IF 2.098 5Yr IF 3.02

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 Relations, 36, 446-457. SCImago Q1, H Index 41. IF 1.216 5Yr IF 1.555

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. NA

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. SCImago Q1, H Index 56. IF 2.00, 5-Yr IF 3159.

 

Keynote and invited addresses

McInerney, D. M. (2018). Teacher commitment: Are there essential characteristics that ensure engagement and longevity in the teaching profession. University of Auckland, New Zealand, March 6th.

McInerney, D. M. (2018). What makes effective cross-cultural research in education and psychology. University of Auckland, New Zealand, March 7th.

McInerney, D. M. (2018). Motivation of Chinese secondary students in Australia. University of Auckland, New Zealand, March 21st .

McInerney, D. M. (2018). Approaches to classroom motivation. University of Auckland, New Zealand, March 21st .

McInerney, D. M. (2016). Conducting valid research in cross-cultural settings - essential theoretical, methodological, measurement, and applied principles.  Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece, 30th November 2016.

McInerney, D. M., (2015). Giftedness as a sociocultural concept. Invited paper given at the Third International Semi-Conference of the International Research Association for Talent Development and Excellence (IRATDE) entitled ‘Cutting-edge research on talent development’. October 23-25, Novotel Nurenberg Centre Ville, Germany.

McInerney, D. M. (2014). Enhancing learning in classrooms through motivation. Hong Kong Learning and Teaching Expo (LTE) Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. “Enhancing teaching efficiency with diversity”, 11th to 13th  December, 2014.

McInerney, D. M. (2014). The many faces of Identity: Is it a relevant construct for understanding and enhancing learning. International Academic Forum, Seventh Asian Conference on Education, Osaka, Japan, October 28 – November 2, 2014.

McInerney, D. M. (2014). Social goals and motivation for college students. The Philippine Educational Measurement and Evaluation Association (PEMEA) International Conference on Education Measurement and Evaluation 2014 (ICEME 2014), Manila, 20th September, 2014.

McInerney, D. M. (2013). 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. Ministry of Education and National Taiwan Normal University together with the Association of Normal Education R. O. C and National Taichung University of Education. November 29.

McInerney, D. M. (2013). 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, 9th to 11th September, Singapore.

McInerney, D. M. (2013). Harnessing the power of social forces for healthy self development and successful engagement in education. Invited paper for the International Academic Forum Third Asian Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences, Osaka, Japan, March 28th to March 31st.

McInerney, D. M. (2013). Strategies to motivate learners. Invited 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, January 3rd, 2013.

McInerney, D. M. (2013). Monitoring and Evaluating Effectiveness of Motivational Strategies. Invited 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, January 5th , 2013.

McInerney, D. M. (2012). Designing culturally valid research. Keynote address at the 5th Annual Conference on Educational Research (ICER): Challenging Education for Future Change. September 8th – 9th, 2012 Khon Kaen Thailand.

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

Litalien, D., Morin, A. J. S., & McInerney, D. M. (July 2017). Generalizability of achievement goal profiles across students from various cultural backgrounds. 36th Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Mérida, Mexico.

Chao, C. N. G., McInerney, D. M., & Bai, B. (2017) Self-efficacy and self-concept as predictors of language learning achievements in an Asian bilingual context. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. 27th April to 1st May, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

McInerney, D. M., Ganotice, F. A., & King, R. B. (2015). Exploring the synergies between distal future and proximal achievement goals and metacognition in academic achievement. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. 16th April to 20th April, Chicago, USA.

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.

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