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Dr CHEUNG, Wai Ming

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Dr CHEUNG, Wai Ming

張慧明

B.A. (Hons) (HKU), PCEd. (HKU), M.Ed. (HKU), Ph.D. (HKU)

Associate Professor

Division of Chinese Language and Literature

Tel: (852) 3917 8396

Location: Room 621, Meng Wah Complex

Areas of Expertise:

Chinese Language Education; Creativity; Reading; Writing;Phenomenography; School-based Curriculum Development

Areas of Expertise

Teaching Areas:
Pedagogy in teaching Chinese Language; Creativity; Writing; Reading; Learning Study; School-based Curriculum Development; Research Methods

Research Interests:
Creativity; Phenomenography; Learning Study; Teacher Professional Development; Word Acquisition; Creative Chinese Writing Skill; Reading Literacy; Gifted education; Bilingual education; Curriculum leadership; Interface between rehabilitation and education

Awards
  • Outstanding Research Postgraduate Student Award 2005-2006 (HKU)
Projects
  1. Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS 2006) (2004). Research Team Member. (PI: Prof Tse Shek-kam) EMB Tender Project, Funded by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government, completed. HK$4,990,000.
  2. Revamping Teaching Practices of Hong Kong Teachers through Reflective “Parallel Lessons” (2006). Subject Specialist. Funded by Quality Education Fund, completed.
  3. A Three Year Follow-up Study of English and Chinese Reading Literacy at Primary 4 in Hong Kong and Strategies for Enhancing the Quality of the Teaching and Learning of Reading (2006). Research Team Member. (PI: Prof Tse Shek-kam) Funded by Hong Kong Research Grants Council CERG, in progress. HK$676,500 (RGC project code: HKU 7449/06H)
  4. Enhancing Student Creativity in Chinese Writing and Reading through the Systematic Use of Variation and Invariance in Teaching (2007). Principal Investigator (Co-investigators: Prof F. Marton, Prof S.K. Tse). Funded by the University of Hong Kong, completed. HK$ 118,748.
  5. Collaborative Study on Chinese Language Standards of Ethnic Minorities Students in Local Schools of Hong Kong. Research Team Member. (PI: Prof S.K. Tse) Funded by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government, completed. HK$ 339,122.
  6. Linking Literacy Teaching With Students’ Reading Achievement (2008). Principal Investigator. Funded by the University of Hong Kong, completed. HK$66,885.
  7. Supporting Secondary Schools in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for non-native learners (2008). Co-investigator. (PI: Dr W.W. Ki) funded by Education Development Fund, University-School Support Programmes, completed. HK$16,169,111.
  8. Enhancing creative teaching behaviors by Learning Study and its impact on writing and reading abilities of Primary school students in Hong Kong (2009). Principal Investigator. Funded by Hong Kong Research Grants Council CERG (GRF) , completed. HK$428,000.
  9. The same theoretical approach in two different cultures. Principal Investigator of Hong Kong. (research partner: Dr. Mona Holmqvist, Kristianstad University, Sweden) International Collaborative Research Grant – Asia and Sweden, Swedish-Asian Research Links Programme. Funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) , completed. SEK 600,000.
  10. Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2011 (2008-2013). Co-investigator. (PI: Prof S.K. Tse). Funded by Education Bureau – General Award,completed. HK$8,137,017.
  11. Stress Management and Mental Health Promotion for Teachers in Hong Kong (2009). Co-investigator. Funded by the Quality Education Fund, completed. HK$1,298,700.
  12. Development of the New PGDE (General Studies) Course: Enhancing Inquiry-based Learning by Lesson Study (2010). Principal Investigator. Funded by Faculty Teacher Development Fund, the University of Hong Kong, completed. HK$15,000.
  13. Case Studies on Curriculum Leadership and Management in Primary Schools 2010 (2010). Principal Investigator (Co-investigator: Prof S.K. Tse). Funded by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government, completed. HK$854,000.
  14. Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in Chinese Language Teaching. Principal Investigator. Funded by Faculty Teacher Development Fund, the University of Hong Kong, completed. HK$20,000.
  15. Supporting Secondary Schools in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for non-native  learners 2011-13 (2011). Co-investigator (PI: Dr J.W.I. Lam). Funded by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government, completed. HK$12,327,520.
  16. Enhancing creative teaching behaviors by Learning Study and its impact on writing and reading abilities of Primary school students in Hong Kong (2011). Principal Investigator. Funded by Enhanced CERG Top-up Grants (Merit Award), The University of Hong Kong, completed, HK$50,000.
  17. Social Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Girls through Service Learning (2011). Principal Investigator. Funded by HKU Class of ‘84 Social Inclusion Fund Social Inclusion Activities Grant, The University of Hong Kong, completed, HK$27,000.
  18. Enhancing teaching efficacy of teachers and boosting character learning and reading abilities of Non-Chinese Speaking Secondary school students by Learning Study in Hong Kong (2011). Funded by the University of Hong Kong, Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research, completed. HK$67,590.
  19. Promoting Healthy Lifestyle and Biopsychosocial Wellness of Teachers in Hong Kong (2011). Co-investigator. Funded by the Quality Education Fund, in progress. HK$2,500,000.
  20. Supporting Kindergartens in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Children 2012-2015 (2012). Co-investigator (PI:Dr JWI Lam). Funded by Education Bureau, HKSAR Government, in progress. HK$9,999,950.
  21. HKU100 Experiential Learning Tour for Social Inclusion (2012). Principal Investigator. Funded by HKU Class of ‘84 Social Inclusion Fund Social Inclusion Activities Grant, the University of Hong Kong, in progress. HK$19,987.
  22. Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2016 (2013-2018) . Co-investigator. (PI: Prof S.K. Tse) funded by Education Bureau – General Award, in progress. HK$9,973,447.
  23. EYE on HKU: Social inclusion activities to envisage, to yield and to encourage ethnic minorities’ academic aspiration (2013). Advisor. Funded by HKU Class of ’84 Social Inclusion Fund – Social Inclusion Activities Grant, The University of Hong Kong, in progress, HK$30,000.
  24. Alice in the Wonderland: Multicultural Service Learning to Promote the Literary Experience for Social Inclusion (2014). Principal Investigator. Funded by HKU Class of ‘84 Social Inclusion Fund Social Inclusion Activities Grant, The University of Hong Kong, in progress, HK$27,000.
Publications
Peer-reviewed articles
  1. Cheung, W. M., Tse, S. K., & Tsang, H.W. H. (2001). Development and validation of the Chinese creative writing scale for primary schools students in Hong Kong. Journal of Creative Behavior, 35(4), 249-260.
  2. Cheung, W. M., & Tsang, H.W. H. (2001). Whispers of a MOTHER - a reflection on guiding the gifted and talented. Gifted Education International, 15, 302-309.
  3. Cheung, W. M., & Tsang, H.W. H. (2002). Integrating Western and Chinese educational theories: A case study of implementing a quality student leadership (QSL) programme in a secondary school in Hong Kong. Pastoral Care in Education, 20 (1), 11-15.
  4. Cheung, W. M., Tse, S. K., & Tsang, W. H. (2003). Teaching creative writing skills to Primary school children in Hong Kong: discordance between the views and practice of Language teachers. Journal of Creative Behavior, 37 (2), 77-98.
  5. Cheung, W. M., Tse, S. K., & Tsang, H. W. H. (2003). Creative Writing Practice in Primary Schools: A case study in Hong Kong. Korean Journal of Thinking & Problem Solving, 10 (2), 55-66.
  6. Tsang, H. W. H., Tam, P., Chan, F., Cheung, W. M. (2003). Stigmatizing attitudes towards individuals with mental illness in Hong Kong: Implications to their recovery. Journal of Community Psychology, 31, 383-396.
  7. Tsang, H. W. H., Tam, P. K. C., Chan, F., & Cheung, W. M. (2003). Sources of family burden of individuals with mental illness. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 26(2), 123-130.
  8. Fung, K.M.T., Tsang, H.W.H., Corrigan, P.W., Lam, C.S., & Cheung, W.M. (2007). Measuring self-stigma of mental illness in China and its implications for recovery. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 53(5), 408-418. (Impact factor: 1.241)
  9. Tsang, H. W. H., Chan, E.P., & Cheung, W. M. (2008). Effects of mindful and non-mindful exercises on people with depression: A systematic review. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47(3), 303-322.
  10. Cheung, W.M., Tse, S.K., Lam, J.W.L., & Loh, E.K.Y. (2009). Progress in Reading Literacy Study 2006: Pedagogical correlates of the fourth grade students in Hong Kong. Journal of Research in Reading, 32(3), 293-308.
  11. Lam, J.W.L., Cheung, W.M., & Lam R.Y.H. (2009). Learning to read: The reading performance of Hong Kong primary students compared with that in developed countries around the world in PIRLS 2001 and 2006. Chinese Education & Society 42(3), 6-32.
  12. Tsang, H.W.H., Fung, K.M.T., Leung, A. Y., Li, S.M.Y., & Cheung, W.M. (2009). Three year follow-up study of an integrated supported employment for individuals with severe mental illness. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatrists, 44, 49-58.
  13. Tsang, H. W. H., Leung, A. Y., Chung, R. C. K., Bell, M., & Cheung, W. M. (2010). Review on predictors of vocational outcomes among individuals with schizophrenia: An update since 1998. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44, 495-505.
  14. Holmqvist, M., Holmquist, P., & Cheung, W. M. (2010). The same lesson in two different cultures – what differs and what is the same? A learning study on reading comprehension in Sweden and Hong Kong. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 21, 71-82.
  15. Tsang, H. W. H., Fung, K. M. T., Leung, A. Y., Li, S. M. Y., & Cheung, W. M. (2010). Three year follow-up study of an integrated supported employment for individuals with severe mental illness. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 44, 49-58.
  16. Lee, Y. L., Wu, Y., Tsang, H. W. H., Leung, A., & Cheung, W. M. (2011). A Systematic Review on the Anxiolytic Effects of Aromatherapy to People with Anxiety Symptoms. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 17, 101-108.
  17. Fung, K. M. T., Tsang, H. W. H., & Cheung, W. M. (2011). Randomized controlled trial of the self-stigma reduction program among individuals with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 189, 208-214.
  18. Chong, C. S. M., Tsunaka, M., Tsang, H. W. H., Chan, E. P., & Cheung, W. M. (2011). Effects of Yoga on Stress Management in Healthy Adults: A systematic review. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 17, 32-39.
  19. Cheung, W. M. (2011). Effects of hierarchical versus sequential structuring of teaching content on creativity in Chinese writing. Instructional Science, 39(1), 63-85.
  20. Cheung, W. M., & Wong, W. Y. (accepted). Does Lesson Study work? A systematic review on the effects of Lesson Study and Learning Study on teachers and students. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies.
  21. Tsang, W.H.W., Cheung, W. M., Chan A.H.L., Fung, K.M.T., Leung, A.Y.L., & Au, D.W.H. (2013). A pilot evaluation on a stress management program using a combined approach of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and complementary and alternate medicine (CAM) for elementary school teachers. Stress and Health. DOI: 10.1002/smi.2522.

 

Conference Papers
  1. Cheung, W. M. (2002). Creative Writing Skills in Primary Children in Hong Kong: Views and Practices of Teachers. Paper presented in the Tenth International Conference on Thinking, Horrogate, England.
  2. Cheung, W. M., & Au, M. Y. (2004). Teachers’ Growth of Developing Creative Writing Practices in Primary Schools: A Case Study in Hong Kong. Paper presented in the International Council on Education for Teaching World Assembly 2004, Hong Kong.
  3. Cheung, W. M. (2005). The Effectiveness of Learning Study on Creative Writing Abilities of Primary School Students in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Eleventh Biennial Conference of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Nicosia, Cyprus.
  4. Cheung, W. M. (2007). Enhancing Student Creativity in Chinese Writing through the Systematic Use of Variation and Invariance in Teaching. Paper presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Budapest, Hungary.
  5. Tse, S. K., Cheung, W.M., Lam, J.W.I., & Loh, E.K.Y. (2008). Linking Hong Kong Teachers’ Language Awareness with the International Reading Literacy Study 2006. Paper presented at the Ninth International Conference of Association for Language Awareness, Hong Kong.
  6. Au, M.Y., & Cheung, W.M. (2008). Engaging Language Teachers to Teach How to Read. Paper presented at 9th International Conference of the Association for Language Awareness, Hong Kong.
  7. Cheung, W. M. (2009). Generative Learning in Boosting Reading Comprehension of Fourth Grade Students. Paper presented at the Third Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference, Singapore.
  8. Cheung, W. M. (2009). The Modes and Impact of Teacher Professional Development on Fostering Effective Communities of Teacher-learners in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Thirteenth Biennial Conference of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  9. Cheung, W. M., & Cheng, M.P.B. (2009). Using the Learning Theory of Variation to Improve Reading Comprehension. Paper presented at the Thirteenth Biennial Conference of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  10. Cheung, W. M., & Tse, S.K. (2009). Pedagogical Correlates of the Fourth Grade Students’ Reading Literacy in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Seventh International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Toronto, Canada.
  11. Cheung, W. M., Tse, S. K., Lam, J., & Loh, E. (2010). Pedagogical Correlates of the Fourth Grade Students and the Coaching of Teachers in Hong Kong PIRLS. Paper presented at the IRC2010 Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  12. Cheung, W. M., & Au, M.Y. (2010). Soaring Across the Writing Sky through Collective Creativity. Paper presented at the twelfth International Conference of the EARLI Special Interest Group on Writing, Heidelberg, Germany.
  13. Cheung, W. M. (2010). Soaring Creativity Across the Writing Sky through the Systematic Use of Variation and Invariance. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications, Orlando, USA.
  14. Wong, W.Y. & Cheung, W. M. (2011). Fostering Chinese Language Literacy: The Family Capital and the Challenges in a Heterogeneous Classroom of Grade 7 South Asian Girls. Paper presented at the eighth International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Hildsheim, Germany.
  15. Cheung, W. M. & Wong, W.Y. (2012). When the Writers Met the Illustrators: Promoting Literature Experience for All Children.  Paper presented at the Special Interest Group on Literature Education, International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  16. Wong, W.Y. & Cheung, W. M. (2012). Enhancing Reading Ability of non-Chinese Speaking Students Using Fairy Tale in Literacy Learning. Paper presented at the Special Interest Group on Literature Education, International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  17. Cheung, W. M., Lam, J. W. I., & Tso, R. V. Y. (2012). Uncovering the Modes of Hong Kong Schools Supporting Non-Chinese Speakers to Learn Chinese and their Communities of Practices. Paper presented at the Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students: Challenge and Breakthrough, Hong Kong, China.
  18. Cheung, W. M. & Chan, S. W. Y. (2012). A Day in the Museum - Social Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Girls through Service Learning. Paper presented at Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students: Challenge and Breakthrough, Hong Kong, China.
  19. Cheung, W. M. & Chan, S. W. Y.  (2012). HKU100 Experiential Learning Tour for Social Inclusion Learning. Paper presented at Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students: Challenge and Breakthrough, Hong Kong, China.
  20. Cheung, W. M., Chan, S. W.Y., & Fung, L.Y. (2012). Task-based Learning in the Journey to the Mysterious Eternal Realm of China’s First Emperor. Paper presented at Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students: Challenge and Breakthrough, Hong Kong, China.
  21. Cheung, W. M., Lam, J.W.I., & Chan, W.Y. (2012).  Building Teachers’ Capacity through a Reflective Professional Development. Video-workshop demonstration presented at the Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students: Challenge and Breakthrough, Hong Kong, China.
  22. Cheung, W.M. (2013). Orchestrating School Leadership, Teacher Professional Learning and Student Learning that close the low literacy gap of children of poverty in the Town of Misery in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Ninth International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Paris, France.
  23. Cheung, W.M., & Chan, S.W.Y. (2013). Service Learning as a Powerful Tool to Foster Non-Chinese Speaking Students’ Oracy. Paper presented at the Ninth International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Paris, France.
  24. Lam, J. W. I., & Cheung, W. M. (2013). Component Analysis of Chinese Characters - Implications for the Teaching and Learning of Chinese in the Context of Hong Kong Primary Schools. Paper presented at the 9th International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education (IAIMTE) Conference, Paris, France.
  25. Chan, S.W.Y., Cheung, W.M. & Lam, J.W.I. (2013). Teaching for All: Using Digital Literacies to enhancing Chinese Character Recognition of Ethnic Minority Students in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Ninth International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education International Conference, Paris, France.
  26. Cheung, W. M. (2013). Blossoming Chinese Character Learning among Ethnic Minority Female Low-achievers Using Learning Study. Paper presented in the invited EARLI symposium at the Annual Meeting of the AERA Education Research Conference, San Francisco, USA.
  27. Cheung, W. M. (2013). School Leadership and Teacher Professional Learning: Facing the challenges of Sustainable Learning. Paper presented at the fifteenth Biennial Conference of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Munich, Germany.
  28. Cheung, W. M., & Chan, S. W. Y. (2013). The Use of Variation Theory to Enhance Second Language Learners’ Chinese Vocabulary and Metaphorical Competence in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. Paper presented at the World Association of Lesson Studies International Conference 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  29. Cheung, W. M., Chan, S. W. Y., & Wong, W. Y. (2013). Using the Variation Theory to Enhance Non-Chinese Speaking Students’ Chinese Character Learning in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. Paper presented at the World Association of Lesson Studies International Conference 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden.

 

Invited Keynote/Plenary Speech, Invited Symposium
  1. Cheung, W.M. (2007). Teaching Chinese and English in Hong Kong kindergartens: Pedagogical approaches in early bilingual education. Keynote speech at the International Congress “Bilingualism in Early Childhood”, invited by Saarland Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, Germany.
  2. Cheung, W.M. (2013). Anglo-Chinese Education and Literacy in Hong Kong: Improving Pedagogical Continuity within Early Years. Keynote speech at the International Congress “Multilingualism Creates Opportunities: Continuity in Education and Training”, invited by Saarland Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, Germany.

 

Books / chapters in books
  1. Cheung, W. M. (2000). Language teachers’ views and practice of creative writing in primary schools. MEd. Thesis. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong.
  2. Cheung, W. M. (2001). Prosperous Chinese: An action research of a school-based character learning project. HKSAR: Curriculum Development Council. (in Chinese)
  3. Cheung, W.M. (2002). Nurturing the sprouts of creativity in a school-based Chinese curriculum: an action research project. HKSAR: Curriculum Development Council. (in Chinese)
  4. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Cheung, W. M., & Kwan, C. Y. (2004). The Hong Kong writing project: Writing reform in primary schools. In G. Rijlarrsdam, M.S.K. Shum & D.L. Zhang (Eds.), Studies in Writing Book Series (Vol. 13) (pp. 171-197). The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  5. Cheung, W. M. (2005). Describing and enhancing creativity in Chinese writing. PhD Thesis. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong.
  6. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Lam, J. W. I., & Cheung, W. M. (2009). Factors affecting the outstanding performance of Hong Kong primary school students in PIRLS 2006. China Reading (pp. 247-261). China Books Publisher. 
  7. Tse, S. K., & Cheung, W. M. (2010). Chinese and the learning of Chinese. In F. Marton, S. K. Tse, W. M. Cheung (Eds.), On the Learning of Chinese (pp. 1-8). The Sense Publisher.
  8. Cheung, W. M., Marton, F., & Tse, S. K. (2010). Soaring across the sky like the heavenly sky: Enhancing creativity in Chinese writing. In F. Marton, S. K. Tse, W. M. Cheung (Eds.), On the Learning of Chinese (pp. 146-162). The Sense Publisher.
  9. Tse, S. K., Cheung, W. M., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). The factors of curriculum, teaching materials and teaching methods which affect students' reading literacy. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.) Enhancing children's reading ability to the top level of the world (pp. 111-160). Beijing Nornmal Universirty Publishing Group.​
  10. Cheung,  W. M., Tse, S. K., & Lam J. W. I. (2013). Effective school and effective reading programme. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.) Enhancing children's reading ability to the top level of the world (pp. 161-194).  Beijing Normal University Press.
Professional Community Services
  1. Consultant to North Point Methodist Primary School to improve Chinese language teaching (9/2006-present)
  2. Consultant to the curriculum development of Canossian Holy Angel Primary School (9/2006-present)
  3. Advisor for Language Learning Support (Chinese Language Support Team), Education Bureau (9/2006-present)
  4. Consultant to the curriculum development of Hong Kong and Macau Lutheran Church Wong Chan Sook Ying Memorial School (9/2007-present)
  5. Consultant to Language Learning Support (Chinese Language Support Team), Education and Manpower Bureau (2007-present)
  6. Judge of Joint-schools’ Cantonese Sight Reading and Public Speaking Competition organized by Language Support Team, Education and Manpower Bureau (26/1/2007)
  7. Consultant to St Margaret’s Girls College to develop a school-based Chinese curriculum for F.1-5 non-Chinese speaking students  (9/2008-8/2013)
  8. Speaker of the orientation of Doctor of Education for 2008-2009 cohort
  9. Invited Speaker of Interactive Writing Workshop – How to design a Creative Writing lesson for the Professional Exchange of Yuen Long Primary School Teachers organized by EDB (6/12/2008)
  10. Speaker of "Creative Word Acquisition" in the Education Forum organized by EDB (14/3/2009)
  11. Guest Speaker of 2009 Assessment Literacy Programme “Creative Writing and Assessment”organized by Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (29/4/2009)
  12. Guest Speaker of Creative Writing Workshop organized by Ma On Shan Holy Spirit Primary School (3/9/2009)
  13. Guest Speaker of the development of a school-based reading curriculum organzied by Ho Lap College (27/3/2010)
  14. Reviewer of journals including  Journal of Learning and Education, Educational Research and Evaluation, International Journal of Educational Development and Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics (2011-present)
  15. Faculty of Education Representative on the Board of Academic Awards, the University of Hong Kong (9/2011-present)
  16. Guest Speaker of "Case Studies on Curriculum Leadership and Management in Primary Schools – Findings and Implications" organized by the Education Bureau (Kindergarten and Primary Education Section) (6/7/2011 & 13/12/2011)
  17. Judge of “Territory-wide Creative Essay Writing Competition on Passing Hopes to Others” invited by the Social Work Services Division, Caritas Hong Kong (13/2/2012)
  18. Guest Speaker of "Dance with the Change" organized by Chan Shu Kui Memorial School (16/3/2013)
  19. Guest Speaker of “Making Chinese Learning a Cozy Experience for Non-Chinese Speaking Students”,  “University-School Support Programme - Supporting Secondary Schools in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for non-native learners” Sharing Seminar, organized by the Education Bureau (11/5/2013)
  20. Speaker of "When Germany meets France: bilingual education in kindergartens“, Seminar for principals participating in “University-School Support Programme: Supporting Kindergartens in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking  (NCS) Children (16/7/2013)
  21. Programme Director of the Postgraduate Diploma of Education, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong (2013-present)
  22. Assessment Panel, Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (CEATE) (2013-present)
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