Research at the Faculty of Education informs theory, pedagogy/practice and policy. All academic staff are engaged in research; and this engagement is recognised in the Faculty’s stated aim to serve as an educational/research ‘nexus’ between China, Asia and the rest of the world. As a large, unitary Faculty, our research is described as interdisciplinary but with a strong basis in academic disciplines allied with education, pedagogy, professional development, and speech/hearing sciences. Research is organised via: Divisions; within our 7 Research Centres and 2 Consortia; and as an individual focus. In addition, the Faculty hosts the Education Policy Unit. The Laboratory of Neuroscience for Education is an interdisciplinary unit that crosscuts the traditional boundaries among education, cognitive neuroscience, and other scientific disciplines. At any point in time there are a large number of on-going funded research projects, seminar series, international visitors and distinguished lectures. As researchers, we are actively engaged in local, regional and international collaborations. We maintain an active programme of funded/self-funded research studentships within our MPhil/PhD and EdD programmes.
- Feb 23 2018 >
Recipients of an AERA Outstanding Publication Award 2018 MoreClose
We are pleased to announce that Miss Keisha Siriboe, our PhD student, and Dr Gary Harfitt have won an Outstanding Publication Award 2018 from the Narrative Research Special Interest Group (SIG) at the American Educational Research Association (AERA).
The Outstanding Publication Award was established to recognize national and international scholars whose research publication contributes to narrative research in terms of the research design and research methodology.
Their article entitled, A Parental perspective of school and familial curriculum making: a narrative inquiry of early childhood education planning in Hong Kong, was selected by the Outstanding Publication Award committee for its excellent contribution to narrative research, and it is clear how it contributes not just to research in general, but to the specialist field. The paper is drawn from Miss Siriboe's doctoral research and it is the first paper that she has had accepted by a refereed authority. A signal achievement for a first publication.
Miss Siriboe and Dr Harfitt will receive the award in April 2018 at the Narrative Research SIG Business Meeting in New York, USA. Please join us in congratulating them.