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Current Funded Research Projects (as at 8 December 2016)



Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship is an annual report that aims to inform both the local and the international academic audience about research and scholarly activities at The University of Hong Kong by providing for each report period an overview of the University's research, highlighting major institutional achievements; details of ongoing research projects and research output; and a list of titles of theses by HKU research postgraduate students for which higher degrees were conferred.

The links below will direct you to the lists of research projects and outputs by scholars in the Faculty of Education:

 2016 | 2015 | 201420132012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006

 

Research Output Prize

To accord recognition to and honour the author (or a team of authors) of the best research output item of each Faculty, the University introduced the Research Output Prize in 2006. Winners of the Prize in the Faculty of Education are:

  • Excellence in University Assessment: Learning from Award-winning Practice published by Routledge, London and New York, (2015), 270 pages
    by Professor David CARLESS*
  • Muslims and Islam in U.S. Education: Reconsidering Multiculturalism published by Routledge, Oxon & New York & London, (2014), 184 pages
    by Dr Liz JACKSON*
  • The Malleability of Intellectual Styles published by Cambridge University Press, New York, (2013), 368 pages
    by Professor Li-Fang ZHANG*
  • 'Is Something Better Than Nothing? An Evaluation of Early Childhood Programs in Cambodia' published in Child Development, 83, 3, (2012), 864-876
    by Professor Nirmala RAO*, Dr Jin SUN, Professor Veronica PEARSON, Dr Emma PEARSON, Dr Hongyun LIU, Dr Mark A. CONSTAS and Patrice L. ENGLE
  • Citizenship and Citizenship Education in Global Age: Politics, Policies, and Practices in China published by Peter Lang Publishing, New York, (2011), 259 pages
    by Dr Wing-Wah LAW*
  • From Testing to Productive Student Learning: Implementing Formative Assessment in Confucian-Heritage Settings published by Routledge, (2011 - online publication date: December 2010), 263 pages
    by Dr David CARLESS*
  • 'From the horse's mouth: What scientists say about scientific investigation and scientific knowledge' published in Science Education, 93, 1, (2009), 109-130
    by Dr Alice WONG Siu Ling* and Dr Derek HODSON
  • 'Energy Expenditure and Cardiovascular Responses to Seated and Active Gaming in Children' published in Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 162, 9, (2008), 886-891
    by Ms Robin Rochelle MELLECKER* and Dr Alison Mary MCMANUS*
  • 'The Influence of the Language that Hong Kong Primary School Students Habitually Speak at Home on their Chinese Reading Ability in School' published in Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 28, 5, (2007), 400 - 417
    by Professor TSE Shek Kam*, Mr Joseph LAM Wai Ip*, Dr Elizabeth LOH Ka Yee* and Mr Raymond LAM Yu Hong*
  • The Nature of Intellectual Styles published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, (2006), 235 pages
    by Dr ZHANG Lifang* and Professor R.J. STERNBERG
  • 'Electromyographic Study of Motor Learning for a Voice Production Task' published in Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 48, 6, (2005) , 1254-1268
    by Professor Edwin Man Lai YIU*, Dr Katherine VERDOLINI and Ms Linda P. Y. CHOW

*HKU Members

 

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