# Dr MOK, Ida A.C.

## Personal Particulars

Dr MOK, Ida A.C.

莫雅慈

B.Sc. (HKU), Cert. Ed. (HKU), M.Ed. (HKU), Ph.D. (King’s College, London)

Associate Dean (Local Engagement)

Associate Professor

Teacher Education and Learning Leadership

Tel: (852) 2859 2536

Email: [javascript protected email address]

Location: Room 405, Runme Shaw Building

Areas of Expertise:

Mathematics Education; Teacher Education; Teaching and Learning; Comparative Studies in Mathematics Education; Qualitative Research

Links:

HKU Scholars Hub**Research Interests:**

Mathematics education;; Mathematics teacher education; Research in mathematics classrooms; Learning and teaching of mathematics; Learning Tasks; Qualitative research; Pedagogy of variations

- 2013-05-01:
**Diamond Jubilee International Visiting Fellowship 2013-2016****:**University Of Southampton

###### Principal investigator

- 2014/2015: Fundamental challenges in using digital technologies in secondary mathematics classrooms: a comparison between different paradigms, over time, and between places, General Research Fund (GRF) ($439,076)
- 2013/2014: Catering for students’ learning diversity through rich tasks and collaborative learning (junior secondary mathematics), Quality Education Fund ($1,889,200)
- 2011/2012: Mathematical Tasks in Grade-8 classrooms: A Cross-cultural study between Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore, General Research Fund (GRF) ($700,900)
- 2001/2002: An exploratory study on primary four students' appreciation of shape and space, Sik Sik Yuen Education Research Fund ($22,200)

###### Co-Investigator

- 2015/2016: L2 Classroom Talk and Subject Content Learning: Investigating the Relationship Between L2 Learning and Content Learning in EMI Mathermatics and Science Classrooms EDB(LE)/P&R/EL/164/20, Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) ($6,916,338)
- 2002/2003: Quality classroom practice in mathematics: an international collaborative study of the eighth grade, General Research Fund (GRF) ($1,149,762)
- 2000/2001: Quality education with Chinese as the medium of instruction, Quality Education Fund ($21,334,900)
- 2000/2001: The Chinese pedagogy of mathematics education: an inquiry into its characteristics through international comparisons, General Research Fund (GRF) ($807,817)
- 1999/2000: Language teaching in TOC classrooms, Language Fund ($900,000)
- 1996/1997: Changing Hong Kong's primary schools: an evaluation of the target oriented curriculum (TOC), General Research Fund (GRF) ($1,325,000)

###### Articles

- Kutnick, PJ., Fung, CL.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS., Li, JCH., Lee, PY., Lai, VKW. (2017). Implementing Effective Group Work for Mathematical Achievement in Primary School Classrooms in Hong Kong.*International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education*. - Chiu, KF.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2017). Learner expertise and mathematics different order thinking skills in multimedia learning.*Computers & Education*. - Fung, CL., Kutnick, PJ.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS., Lee, PY., Man, YY., Tyler, MT. (2017). Relationships between teachers’ background, their subject knowledge and pedagogic efficacy, and pupil achievement in primary school mathematics in Hong Kong: An indicative study.*International Journal of Educational Research*. - LI, N., Cao, YM.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2016). A Framework for Teacher Verbal Feedback: Lessons from Chinese Mathematics Classrooms.*EURASIA: Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education*. - ZHAO, W.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Cao, B. (2016). Curriculum reform in China: student participation in classrooms using a reformed instructional model.*International Journal of Educational Research*. - Yau, KW.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2016). Insights From Students' Private Work In Their Notebooks: How Do Students Learn From The Teacher's Examples?.*Educational Studies in Mathematics*. - Bridges, SM., Jackson, EJ., Yeung, Patcy., Chan, Kit.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Aiston, SJ. (2016). Researching Diversity in Education in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.*The International Journal of Diversity in Education*. **Mok, IAC.**(2010). Students' algebra sense via their understanding of the distributive law.*Pedagogies*.**Mok, IAC.**(2010). Towards a Reflective Practice: The case of a prospective teacher in Hong Kong.*Journal of Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(2009). In search of an exemplary mathematics lesson in Hong Kong: An algebra lesson on factorization of polynomials.*ZDM Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**, Cai, J., Fung, ATF. (2008). Missing learning opportunities in classroom instruction: Evidence from an analysis of a well-structured lesson on comparing fractions.*The Mathematics Educator*.- Clarke, D., Mesiti, C., O'Keefe, C., Xu, LH., Jablonka, E.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Shimizu, Y. (2007). Addressing the challenge of legitimate international comparisons of classroom practice.*International Journal of Educational Research*. **Mok, IAC.**(2006). Shedding Light on the East Asian Learner Paradox: Reconstructing Student-centredness in a Shanghai Classroom.*Asia Pacific Journal of Education*.- Chiu, M.M., Wong, N.Y., Lam, C.C., Wong, KMP., Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2005). Architectures of Mathematics Beliefs: Individual and School-level Differences among Hong Kong Primary 6 Students.*Educational Research Journal, 敎育硏究學報*. - Runesson, U.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2005). The Teaching of Fractions: A Comparative Study of a Swedish and a Hong Kong Classroom.*Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education*. - Wong, NY., Lam, CC., Wong, KM., Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2003). How do Hong Kong Students Think about Mathematics.*Edumath*. - Lee, AMS., Wong, KL.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2003). Implementation of ICT in the Mathematics Teaching in Hong Kong: Teacher Conceptions and Evolving Classroom Practices.*Information Technology, Education and Society*. - Wong, NY., Lam, CC., Wong, PKM., Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2002). How do Hong Kong Students Think about the Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching.*EduMath*. - Lopez-Real, FJ.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2002). Is there a Chinese Pedagogy of Mathematics Teaching?.*Perspectives in Education*. - Wong, NY., Lam, CC., Wong, PKM., Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2002). Students' View of Mathematics Learning: A Cross-sectional Survey in Hong Kong.*Education Journal*. **Mok, IAC.**, Morris, P. (2001). The metamorphosis of the 'virtuoso': Pedagogic patterns in Hong Kong primary mathematics classrooms.*Teaching and Teacher Education*.**Mok, IAC.**, Johnson, DC., Cheung, JYH., Lee, AMS. (2000). Introducing technology in algebra in Hong Kong: Addressing issues in learning.*International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology*.**Mok, IAC.**, Johnson, DC. (2000). Reasoning algebraically with IT: A cognitive perspective.*Mathematics Education Research Journal*.- Wong, NY., Lam, CC., Wong, KM.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS. (1999). A holistic review of the Hong Kong mathematics curriculum.*EduMath, 數學教育*. - Wong, NY., Lam, CC., Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Wong, PKM. (1999). Holistic reform of the mathematics curriculum - the Hong Kong experience.*Journal of the Korea Society of Mathematical Education Series D: Research in Mathematical Education*. **Mok, IAC.**(1997). Algebraic thinking of secondary-one students in Hong Kong: a case study.*Curriculum Forum, 課程論壇*.- Fung, CI.,
**Mok, IAC.**(1997). Primary school arithmetic in Hong Kong: Shall we discard the procedural paradigm?.*Education Journal*. **Mok, IAC.**(1995). Some potential problems in school algebra: the case of Hong Kong.*Curriculum Forum*.**Mok, IAC.**(1994). A means to an end: let students solve problems.*Hong Kong Science Teachers' Journal, 香港數理敎育學會會刊*.

###### Conference Papers

**Mok, IAC.**(2017). From Routine Textbook Problems to Non-Routine Teaching and Learning in Classrooms.*International Research Forum on Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Materials in Secondary School*.- Chan, YYC., Harfitt, GJ., Poon, S., Lee, AMS., Chan, KKH., Fung, DCL.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Tsui, ABM., Yip, WYV. (2017). Speaking Metaphorically? Language and Conceptual Awareness in L2 Mathematics and Science Junior High Classroom Talk.*American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Annual Conference, 2017*. **Mok, IAC.**(2016). A Change Of Paradigm: A Close-up At Learning Tasks.*International Conference for Chinese Association of Mathematics Education (全国数学教育研究会国际学术年会), 全国数学教育研究会2016年国际学术年会*.**Mok, IAC.**, Li, N., Zhao, W., Lu, X., Zuo, H. (2016). Classroom video studies from various perspectives.*International Conference For Chinese Association of Mathematics Education, 全国数学教育研究会 2016年国际学术年会*.- Kutnick, PJ., Fung, CL.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2016). Developing effective group work for mathematical achievement in Hong Kong primary school classrooms.*Annual Conference of the Chinese Education Research Association, CERA 2016*. **Mok, IAC.**(2016). Experiencing meaningful school mathematics: the case of inequalities.*International Congress on Mathematical Education, ICME-13*.- Li, N.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2016). Some issues on the coding of classroom interaction.*International Congress on Mathematical Education, ICME-13*. **Mok, IAC.**(2016). Technology And Mathematics Education: Looking Back And Looking Forward.*International Conference On Education & E-learning (EeL 2016)*.- Jiang, Z., Li, J.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2016). Understanding levels of fraction's measure interpretation.*International Congress on Mathematical Education, ICME-13*. **Mok, IAC.**(2015). Research On Mathematics Classroom Practice: An International Perspective.*Selected Regular Lectures From The 12th International Congress On Mathematical Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(2014). How technology use is being reflected in junior secondary mathematics textbooks in Hong Kong.*International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development, ICMT-2014*.**Mok, IAC.**, Yau, KW. (2014). The use of technology in textbooks: a Grade-7 example from Hong Kong.*International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development, ICMT 2014*.**Mok, IAC.**(2014). What Matters for His Students: Quality Teaching From the Classroom of a Hong Kong Mathematics Teacher.*Annual Meeting for the American Educational Research Association (AERA)*.**Mok, IAC.**(2013). A story of his own lesson: an example from Hong Kong.*EARLI Conference 2013*.- Kutnick, PJ.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS., Fung, DCL., Lee, PY., Mai, YY., Tyler, M. (2013). Relationships between subject knowledge, subject efficacy, background and student achievement in primary school mathematics in Hong Kong; an opportunistic study.*International Conference on Education Research, ICER 2013*. **Mok, IAC.**(2012). Algebra problem types in Hong Kong senior secondary mathematics textbooks: Changes in the new senior secondary curriculum.*Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.- Yau, KW.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2012). Students’ class works: an example in Hong Kong 8th grade mathematics classroom.*Proceedings of ICME-12*. **Mok, IAC.**(2012). What Hong Kong students saw as important in their mathematics lessons: a case study.*Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(2011). Lessons from students’ understanding of the distributive law.*The Classroom Teaching Research for All Students (CTRAS) Conference*.**Mok, IAC.**(2011). Seeking coherence in mathematics teaching: an example in Hong Kong lessons.*Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, EARLI 2011*.**Mok, IAC.**(2011). The story of a competent Mathematics Teacher in Hong Kong: a case study.*European Conference on Educational Research, ECER 2011*.**Mok, IAC.**(2011). What else is important besides the teacher? The case of a Hong Kong Mathematics classroom.*European Conference on Educational Research, ECER 2011*.**Mok, IAC.**(2010). Representations in Mathematics Textbooks, Learning and Teaching: Multiple perspectives.*International Workshop on Textbooks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry*.**Mok, IAC.**(2010). Researching mathematics learning task events: a project for mathematics student teachers in Hong Kong.*International Conference on Mathematics Education in China*.**Mok, IAC.**(2010). Researching mathematics learning task events: a project for mathematics student teachers in Hong Kong.*East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(2010). The Learner’s Perspective Study: A Hong Kong Story.*International Workshop of Enhancing Mathematical Teaching for Creativity*.**Mok, IAC.**(2009). A glimpse of a mathematical enculturator in Chinese mathematics classrooms: an example from a Shanghai lesson.*Quaderni di Ricerca in Didattica*.**Mok, IAC.**, Brousseau, G., Cabañas, MG., Cantoral-Uriza, R., Oliveira, H., Pedro da Ponte, J., Spagnolo, F. (2009). Research on classroom practice: A monograph for topic study group 24, ICME 11 - The introductory chapter.*Quaderni di Ricerca in Didattica*.**Mok, IAC.**, Ng, HM. (2009). Teacher development by "parallel lessons": an example of mathematics.*AARE International Education Research Conference 2009*.- Park, YH.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2007). A Dynamic Model for a School-Based Lesson Study.*The World Association of Lesson Studies International Conference, WALS 07*. - Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Huang, R., Lopez-Real, FJ. (2007). Repetition or Variation? Practicing in the Mathematics Classrooms in China.*AREA Annual Conferece: Symposium on 'Interrogating Prevalent Dichotomies in Mathematics Classrooms Internationally: The Learner's Perspective Study'*. **Mok, IAC.**(2007). Teacher and student perspectives on mathematics lessons: A Shanghai case study.*European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Biennial Conference*.**Mok, IAC.**, Park, YH. (2006). Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge in the Teaching of Quadrilaterals.*30th Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, PME-30, Prague, 16 -21 July, 2006*.**Mok, IAC.**(2005). An Insiders's Story of a Teacher's Lessons in Shanghai.*Redesigning Pedagogy*.**Mok, IAC.**, Park, YH. (2005). Primary mathematics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge of the teaching of quadrilaterals.*European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Biennial Meeting, EARLI 2005*.- Huang, R.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2005). Repetition or Variation - 'Practice' in the Mathematics Classrooms in Hong Kong and Shanghai.*The Third East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education EARCOME3, Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou, People's Republic of China, Aug 7 - 12, 2005*. **Mok, IAC.**(2005). Teacher-dominating lessons in Shanghai: A triangulation from three perspectives.*European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Biennial Meeting, EARLI 2005*.**Mok, IAC.**, Cai, J., Fung, A.T.F. (2005). Teaching Mathematics through Problem Solving: Struggles A Hong Kong Teacher Faces.*The Third East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education EARCOME3, Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou, People's Republic of China, Aug 7 - 12, 2005*.**Mok, IAC.**(2004). Learning Tasks in Six Cultures.*Annual Meeting of the Australian Association for Research in Education*.- Runesson, U.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2004). Lessons from a Small-scale Observational Study - An Example of the Teaching of Fractions.*Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME)*. **Mok, IAC.**, Cai, J., Fung, ATF. (2004). Teaching for Basic Skills' Versus 'Teaching for Understanding': Analysis of a Lesson from Hong Kong.*Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Mathematical Education*.**Mok, IAC.**, Cai, J., Fung, ATF. (2004). Two sides of a coin in teaching: An analysis of a lesson on comparing fractions.*Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Mathematical Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(2003). A 'Teacher – Dominating' Lesson in Shanghai: The Teacher's and the Learner's Perspectives.*Learner's Perspective Study Project Conference, December 1-3, 2003*.**Mok, IAC.**(2003). Characteristics of Learning Tasks in Shanghai Classrooms from the Perspective of Variation.*Annual Conference of the International Congress for School Effectiveness & Improvement*.**Mok, IAC.**(2003). The Development of Open-ended Problems and Its Teaching in Hong Kong (Invited Plenary).*The Second International Conference for Open-ended Questions and Pedagogy*.**Mok, IAC.**(2003). The Story of a Teacher-dominating Lesson in Shanghai.*Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction*.- Runesson, U.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2003). The Teaching of Fractions. Two Examples of Simultaneity and Variation.*Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction*. **Mok, IAC.**, Tse, BSW. (2002). Mathematical Literacy in Hong Kong Primary Curriculum: An Experience from the Target Oriented Curriculum.*Mathematical Literarcy in the Digital Era, Proceedings of CIEAEM53*.**Mok, IAC.**, Tse, BSW. (2002). Students' appreciation of 3-dimensional Solids: A Study in Hong Kong Short Oral Presentation.*The 26th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**, Tse, BSWT. (2001). Mathematical Literacy in Hong Kong Primary Curriculum: An Experience from the Target Oriented Curriculum.*International Commission for the Study and Improvement of Mathematics Education, Commission Internationale pour I'Etude et L' Amelioration de I 'Enseignement des Mathematiques CIEAEM 53, 21-27 July, Verbania, Italy.*.**Mok, IAC.**(2001). The anatomy of an 'open' mathematics lesson.*Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(2000). An 'open' mathematics lesson in Shanghai.*Hong Kong Mathematics Education Conference*.**Mok, IAC.**(2000). An Open Mathematics Lesson in Shanghai', paper presentation in Topic group TSG22, Topics in Mathematics Education in Asian Countries.*International Congress on Mathematical Education, ICME-9*.**Mok, IAC.**(2000). Learning Asymptotes with Graphing Calculators: A Case Study.*Hong Kong Mathematics Education Conference*.**Mok, IAC.**(2000). Learning Asymptotes with Graphing Calculators: A Case Study in Hong Kong.*International Congress on Mathematical Education, ICME-9*.**Mok, IAC.**(2000). The anatomy of an 'Open' mathematics lesson.*Proceedings of 24th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathemaatics Education*.- Wong, NY., Lam, CC., Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Wong, PKM. (2000). Towards holistic reform of the Hong Kong mathematics curriculum (Poster presentation).*The 9th International Congress on Mathematical Education*. - Chik, PPM., Ko, PY., Kwan, TYL., Lo, ML., Marton, FI.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Ng, FP., Pang, MF., Runesson, U., Szeto, SLH. (1999). Being good at teaching language.*Departmental Conference, Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong*. **Mok, IAC.**, Ko, PY. (1999). Beyond labels: teacher-centred and student activities.*International Conference on Teacher Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(1999). Learning opportunities with graphing calculators: The case of asymptotes.*Proceedings of the Fourth Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (ACTM '99), December 17-21, 1999, Guangzhou Normal University, Guangzhou, P.R. China*.**Mok, IAC.**, Chik, PPM., Ko, PY., Kwan, TYL., Lo, ML., Marton, FI., Ng, FP., Pang, MF., Runesson, U., Szeto, SLH. (1999). The anatomy of a Chinese lesson.*European Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, Earli 99*.- Huang, R.,
**Mok, IAC.**(1999). The impact of information technology on mathematical open-ended problem solving.*Proceedings of the Fourth Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics (ACTM '99), Chinese Volume, 17-21 December 1999, Guangzhou Normal University, Guangzhou, P.R. China*. **Mok, IAC.**, Tang, RF. (1998). An example of open-ended questions in quadratic functions (in Chinese).*Proceedings of the National Conference for the Open-ended Questions and Pedagogy in Mathematics, Shanghai, 5-8 November 1998*.**Mok, IAC.**(1997). A hierarchy of students' formulation of an explanation.*Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(1997). Algebra: students' interpretation for 'a (bc)=a ba c'.*Algebraic Process and Structure Working Group 1997 in the 21st International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.**Mok, IAC.**(1997). Introducing new technology in Algebra in Hong Kong: addressing issues in learning.*The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) WG3.1 Working Conference for Secondary School Mathematics in the World of Communication Technologies*.**Mok, IAC.**(1996). A framework for the quality of explanation in relation to the distributive law.*Proceedings of the Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME 20) (20th, Valencia, Spain, July 8-12, 1996). Volume 1.*.**Mok, IAC.**(1996). A framework for the understanding of the distributive law, Communicaciones Breves (short presentations).*The 8th International Congress on Mathematics Education (ICME 8), Seville, Spain, July 14-21, 1996*.**Mok, IAC.**(1996). Algebraic Thinking of Secondary-one Students in Hong Kong: A Case Study.*Hong Kong Mathematics Education Conference*.- Chow, WM.,
**Mok, IAC.**(1996). How does the HK school based curriculum project scheme foster professional competency? The case of mathematics.*Proceedings of ITEC '95, Teacher Education in the Asian Region*. **Mok, IAC.**(1995). A framework for describing progression in algebraic thinking.*Mathematics Education Seminar of School of Education, King's College*.**Mok, IAC.**(1995). Formal operational thinking and algebra.*Mathematics Education Seminar of School of Education, King's College*.- Chow, WM.,
**Mok, IAC.**(1995). How does the Hong Kong school based curriculum project scheme foster professional competency: the case of mathematics.*International Conference on Teacher Education in the Asian Region*. **Mok, IAC.**(1994). Progression in the understanding of an algebraic rule.*Proceedings of the 18th International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Lisbon, July 29 - August 3, 1994*.**Mok, IAC.**, Law, YLM. (1994). The understanding of algebra of secondary students in Hong Kong.*Annual Conference of the Hong Kong Educational Research Association*.

###### Books

- Cai, J.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Reddy, V., Stacey, K. (2016). International Comparative Studies In Mathematics: Lessons For Improving students’ Learning. SpringerOpen. **Mok, IAC.**(2009). Learning of algebra : inspiration from students' understanding of the distributive law. Hong Kong Association for Mathematics Education.- Leung, FKS., Yung, BHW., Wong, ASL.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2009). The Hong Kong Component of Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2007 Final Report. IEA Centre. - Marton, F., Tsui, ABM., Chik, PMP., Ko, PY., Lo, ML.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Ng, FP., Pang, MF., Pong, WY., Runesson, U. (2004). Classroom Discourse and the Space of Learning. Lawrence Erlbaum Association. - Morris, PJTF., Adamson, B., Wan Chan, CKK., Che, MW., Chik, PPM., Fung Lo, ML., Ko, PY., Kwan, TYL.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Ng, FP., Tong, ASY. (1999). Target Oriented Curriculum Feedback and Assessment in Hong Kong Primary Schools: Final Report. Education Department.

###### Books Edited

- Clarke, D., Emanuelsson, J., Jablonka, E.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2006). Making Connections: Comparing Mathematics Classrooms Around the World. Sense Publishers. - Leung, Kam-tim, 1932-. (1992). Polynomials and equations.
*Digital Editions from Hong Kong University Press*. Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press.

###### Book Chapters

- Lopez-Real, FJ.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS., Marton, F. (2017). Identifying a pattern of teaching: An analysis of a Shanghai teacher's lessons. 辨認一種教學模式 -- 對一個上海教師課堂教學的分析. In 范良火.. 等主编, 華人如何學數學(新版), p. 297-319. 南京: 鳳凰教育出版社, 2017 **Mok, IAC.**(2017). Teaching Algebra Through Variations: Contrast, Generalization, Fusion, and Separation. Teaching Algebra Through Variations: Contrast, Generalization, Fusion, and Separation. In Huang, R & Li, Y (Eds.), Teaching And Learning Mathematics Through Variation: Confucian Heritage Meets Western Theories, p. 187-208. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2017- Qi, C., Wang, R.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Huang, D. (2017). Teaching the Formula of Perfect Square through Bianshi Teaching . Teaching the Formula of Perfect Square through Bianshi Teaching . In Huang, R & Li, Y (Eds.), Teaching and Learning Mathematics through Variation: Confucian heritage meets western theories., p. 127-150. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2017 - Fan, L., Miao, Z.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2015). How Chinese Teachers Teach Mathematics And Pursue Professional Development: Perspectives From Contemporary International Research. How Chinese Teachers Teach Mathematics And Pursue Professional Development: Perspectives From Contemporary International Research. In Fan, L .. (et al.) (Eds.), How Chinese Teach Mathematics: Perspectives From Insiders, p. 43-70. Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific, 2015 **Mok, IAC.**, Yang, X., Zhu, Y. (2015). Mathematical Discourse in Chinese Classrooms: An Insider’s Perspective. Mathematical Discourse in Chinese Classrooms: An Insider’s Perspective. In Sriraman, B .. (et al) (Eds.), The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and India, v. 1, p. 705-732. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 2015**Mok, IAC.**, Clarke, D. (2015). The Contemporary Importance of Triangulation in a Post-Positivist World: Examples from the Learner’s Perspective Study. The Contemporary Importance of Triangulation in a Post-Positivist World: Examples from the Learner’s Perspective Study. In Bikner-Ahsbahs, A., Knipping, C & Presmeg, N (Eds.), Approaches to Qualitative Research in Mathematics Education: Examples of Methodology and Methods , p. 403-425. Netherland: Springer, 2015**Mok, IAC.**(2015). What Is Important In A Lesson On Factorization? The Reflection Of An Experienced Teacher In Hong Kong. What Is Important In A Lesson On Factorization? The Reflection Of An Experienced Teacher In Hong Kong. In Ng, SF (Ed.), Cases Of Mathematics Professional Development In East Asian Countries: Using Video To Support Grounded Analysis, p. 137-154. Singapore: Springer, 2015- Huang, R.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS. (2014). Teaching algebraic concepts in Chinese classrooms: A case study of systems of linear equations. Teaching algebraic concepts in Chinese classrooms: A case study of systems of linear equations. In Leung, FKS .. (et al.) (Eds.), Algebra Teaching around the World, p. 191-212. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2014 **Mok, IAC.**(2014). Teaching the Graphical Method of Solving Equations: An Example in the Shanghai Lessons. Teaching the Graphical Method of Solving Equations: An Example in the Shanghai Lessons. In Leung, FKS .. (et al.) (Eds.), Algebra Teaching around the World, p. 173-190. Rotterdam: SensePublishers, 2014**Mok, IAC.**(2013). Five Strategies for Coherence: Lessons from a Shanghai Teacher. Five Strategies for Coherence: Lessons from a Shanghai Teacher. In Li, Y & Huang, R (Eds.), How Chinese Teach Mathematics and Improve Teaching, p. 120-133. New York: Routledge, 2013- Cao, Y., Guo, K., Ding, L.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2013). Students at the Front: Examples from a Beijing Classroom. Students at the Front: Examples from a Beijing Classroom. In Kaur, B .. (et al) (Eds.), Student Voice In Mathematics Classrooms Around The World, p. 53-64. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2013 **Mok, IAC.**, Kaur, B., Zhu, Y., Yau, KW. (2013). What Really Matters to Students? A Comparison between Hong Kong and Singapore Mathematics Lessons. What Really Matters to Students? A Comparison between Hong Kong and Singapore Mathematics Lessons. In Kaur, B .. (et al) (Eds.), Student Voice In Mathematics Classrooms Around The World, p. 189-208. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2013- Cheng, MMW., Wong, KL., Lee, AMS.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2012). Quantitative literacy in science communication. Quantitative literacy in science communication. In Gilbert, JK, Stocklmayer, SM (Eds.), Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas, p. 110-129. UK: Routledge, 2012 **Mok, IAC.**(2010). Comparison of learning task lesson events between Australian and Shanghai lessons. Comparison of learning task lesson events between Australian and Shanghai lessons. In Shimizu, Y .. (Eds.)(et al), Mathematical tasks in classrooms around the world, p. 119–145. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2010- Leung, FKS., Lee, AMS., Lopez-Real, FJ., Leung, A.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Wong, KL. (2010). What can we teach mathematics teachers?: lessons from Hong Kong. What can we teach mathematics teachers?: lessons from Hong Kong. In Leung, FKS and Li, Y (Eds.), Reforms and issues in school mathematics in East Asia: Sharing and understanding mathematics education policies and practices, p. 153-167. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2010 - Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Huang, R. (2007). Characteristics of the School System in China: Hong Kong, Macau and Shanghai. Characteristics of the School System in China: Hong Kong, Macau and Shanghai. In Mathematics Classrooms in Twelve Countries: The Insider's Perspective, p. 331-333. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2006 **Mok, IAC.**, Kaur, B. (2007). Learning Tasks. Learning Tasks. In Making Connections: Comparing Mathematics Classrooms Around the World, p. 147-163. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers B.V., 2006**Mok, IAC.**(2007). Teacher-dominating Lessons in Shanghai - An Insiders' Story. Teacher-dominating Lessons in Shanghai - An Insiders' Story. In Mathematics Classrooms in Twelve Countries: The Insiders' Perspective, p. 87-97. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2006- Clarke, D., Emanuelsson, J., Jablonka, E.,
**Mok, IAC.**(2007). The Learner's Perspective Study and International Comparisons of Classroom Practice. The Learner's Perspective Study and International Comparisons of Classroom Practice. In Making Connections: Comparing Mathematics Classrooms Around the World, p. 1-22. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers B.V., 2006 - Leung, FKS.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Huang, R. (2006). China. China. In Clarke, D .. (Eds.)(et al), Mathematics classrooms in twelve countries: the insider's perspective, p. 331-333. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2006 - Huang, R.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS. (2006). Repetition or variation: practising in the Mathematics classroom in China. Repetition or variation: practising in the Mathematics classroom in China. In Mathematics Classrooms in twelve countries: the insider's perspective, p. 263-274. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2006 **Mok, IAC.**, Lopez-Real, FJ. (2005). A Tale of Two Cities: A Comparison of Six Teachers in Hong Kong and Shanghai. A Tale of Two Cities: A Comparison of Six Teachers in Hong Kong and Shanghai. In Mathematics Classrooms in Twelve Countries: The Insider's Perspective, p. 237-246. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2006- Lopez-Real, FJ.,
**Mok, IAC.**, Leung, FKS., Marton, F. (2005). Identifying a Pattern of Teaching: An analysis of a Shanghai teacher's lesson. Identifying a Pattern of Teaching: An analysis of a Shanghai teacher's lesson. In How Chinese Learn Mathematics: Perspectives from Insiders, p. 383-412. New Jersey: World Scientific, 2004 - Runesson, U.,
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###### Professional Societies

- 1 May 2003 – August, 2017: Member of the Management Committee, Comparative Education Research Centre
- Life Member, Hong Kong Association for Science and Mathematics Association
- Member, Hong Kong Association for Mathematics Education
- Member, International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education

###### Knowledge Exchange Activities

- 2018-01-09 to 2018-06-08: EDB-commissioned INSTEP-run Course for Secondary School Teachers on Teaching Mathematics Education Key Learning Area in the English Medium, Short Course for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- 2017-01-09 to 2017-01-12: EDB-commissioned INSTEP-run Course for Secondary School Teachers on Teaching Mathematics Education Key Learning Area in the English Medium, Short Course for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- 2016-08-31 to 2017-06-30: 2016/17 KE Impact Project Funding: KE-IP-2016/17-24: Rich Task (Junior Secondary Mathematics) (HK$100,000) , KE Project Grant
- 2016-05-16 to 2016-06-16: EDB-commissioned INSTEP-run MOI Courses for Secondary School Teachers on Teaching Mathematics in the English Medium , Short Course for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- 2015-06-27 to 2015-06-27: 我識數學（二）——孔醫生工作坊, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
- 2015-05-23 to 2015-05-23: 我識數學（一）——“家庭活動助數學及相關障礙”資源網介紹, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
- 2015-05-02 to 2015-05-02: Enhancing Knowledge Exchange: raising teachers' English language awareness in teaching different Key Learning Areas. , KE Project Grant
- 2015-04-25 to 2015-05-09: Enhancing KE: raising teachers' English language awareness in teaching different key leanring areas, Internal KE Committee
- 2015-04-01 to 2015-06-05: “家庭活動助數學及相關障礙”資源網介紹小冊子, Books and Other Media (Newspaper, Radio/TV, etc.) for Non-academic Audiences
- 2014-11-01 to 2015-06-27: Maths Buddy Website, KE Website and Mobile Device
- 2014-09-01 to 2015-08-31: Enhancing Knowledge Exchange: raising teachers' English language awareness in teaching different Key Learning Areas, KE Project Grant
- 2014-08-12 to 2015-06-30: 2014/15 KE Impact Project Funding: KE-IP-2014/15-67: Home-schooling wisdom in facilitating Mathematics and related learning going On-line (HK$70,000), KE Project Grant
- 2012-01-01 to 2018-09-30: Member of KE Working Group of HKU, Internal KE Committee
- 2011-11-28 to 2014-05-29: EDB-commissioned INSTEP MOI 'Course for Secondary School Teachers on Mathematics Education in the English Medium', Short Course for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

###### Invited Lectures & Keynote Speeches

- 2016-10-01: Changing Paradigms Under The Impact Of Technology On Mathematics Classroom Teaching: A Few Snapshots Of The Students’ Perspectives In Hong Kong.
- 2016-09-01: Technology And Mathematics Education: Looking Back And Looking Forward,
*The 6th Annual International Conference On Education & E-learning* - 2016-07-01: A Change Of Paradigm: A Close-up At Learning Tasks
*International Conference for Chinese Association of Mathematics Education* - 2016-07-01: Plenary Panels: International Comparative Studies In Mathematics: Lessons For Improving Students' Learning
*13th International Congress On Mathematics Education* - 2015-01-01: Shedding light on the East-Asian Learner’s Paradox: Insights from the Learner’s Perspective Study (LPS)
*International Conference on the Understanding of Science & Mathematics Classroom Cultures in East Asia.* - 2014-11-01: Facets of Chinese mathematics lessons in the Learner’s Perspective Study
*Invited seminar at East China Normal University, Shanghai, China* - 2013-10-01: ICT and Mathematics Education
- 2012-07-01: Research On Mathematics Classroom Practice: An International Perspective
*The 12th International Congress On Mathematical Education* - 2011-09-01: The Learner’s Perspectives:Examples from Hong Kong lessons
*King’s College London* - 2011-09-01: The Use of Mathematical Tasks in the Hong Kong classroom: A Hong Kong teacher's perspective
*The University of Southampton* - 2011-06-01: Lessons from students’ understanding of the distributive law.
*“The Classroom Teaching Research for All Students (CTRAS) Conference Effective Teaching Strategies in the Algebra Classroom with International Perspectives”. Changshu Institute of Technology, Changshu, China, June 19-22.* - 2010-10-01: The Learner’s Perspective Study: A Hong Kong Story.
*International Workshop of Enhancing Mathematical Teaching for Creativity. Taipei Municipal University of Education,* - 2010-09-01: Representations in Mathematics Textbooks, Learning and Teaching: Multiple perspectives.
*International Workshop on Textbooks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Santiago, Chile* - 2009-03-01: The Learner’s Perspective Studies: The Hong Kong (& Shanghai) Component
*International Center for Mathematics Classroom Research School of Mathematical Sciences, Beijing Normal University* - 2009-01-01:
- 2008-06-26: In search of an exemplary mathematics lesson in Hong Kong: An algebra lesson on factorization of polynomials
*International Centre for Classroom Research (ICCR) Research Seminar, Melbourne Graduate School of Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Melbourne, Australia* - 2008-03-05: Secondary Students' Understanding of the Distributive Property
*Invited Workshop/Seminar for Association of Mathematics Educators, Supported by the Department of Mathematics and Science, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore* - 2008-03-04: Shedding Light on the East Asian Learner Paradox: Examples from a Shanghai Classroom
*Invited Seminar at National Institute of Education, Singapore*

###### Editorship

- 2009: Selected Papers of The ICME 11 Topic Study Group 24: Research on classroom practice. A monograph for Topic Study Group 24, ICME 11, July 6 – 13, 2008, Monterrey, Mexico., QUADERNI DI RICERCA IN DIDATTICA (Scienze Matematiche) of G.R.I.M
- 2006: Editors, Making Connections: Comparing Mathematics Classrooms Around the World
- 1998: Editors, Hong Kong Mathematics Education Conference Collected Papers 95-97

###### Community Service

- 2013-01-01 to 2017-01-01: Member, The Chief Executive' s Award for Teaching Excellence Steering Committee
- 2012-09-01 to 2015-09-01: Member, HKDSE Mathematics Subject Committee, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
- 2011-09-01 to 2017-09-01: independent manager, School Incorporated Management Committee HKUGA Primary School
- 2010-05-01 to 2011-10-01: chair, Assessment Panel on the Mathematics Education Key Learning Area, Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence (2010-2011)
- 2010-05-01 to 2011-10-01: member, Assessment Working Group (2010-2011) of the Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence 2010-2011.
- 2009-09-01 to 2013-08-01: member, Sixth Form Applied Mathematics Subject Committee
- 2008-09-01 to 2011-08-01: member, CE Mathematics Subject Committee, Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
- 2005-05-01 to 2006-10-01: chair, Assessment Panel on the Mathematics Education Key Learning Area, Chief Executive?s Award for Teaching Excellence (2005-2006)
- 2005-05-01 to 2006-12-01: member, Assessment Working Group (2005-2006) of the Chief Executive?s Award for Teaching Excellence 2005-2006
- 2005-05-01 to 2006-12-01: member, The Chief Executive?s Award for Teaching Excellence Steering Committee (2005-2006
- 2005-02-01 to 2009-08-01: member, CDC-HKEAA Working Group on New Senior Secondary Mathematics Curriculum (School Based Assessment)
- 2004-05-01 to 2006-10-01: chair, Executive Committee for Anglican Little Singers, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui East Kowloon Diocese
- 2003-08-01 to 2006-10-01: education advisor, Kei Lok Church, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui East Kowloon Dioceses
- 2002-09-01 to 2012-08-01: member, Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination Mathematics Subject Committee, The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
- 2002-08-01 to 2005-03-01: advisor, Validation of the Descriptions of Basic Competency for Primary Mathematics, Curriculum Development Institute
- 2001-06-01 to 2006-08-01: member, Joint Working Party on 2006 Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination Mathematics Syllabus, Curriculum Development Council, The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority
- 2001-02-01 to 2002-08-01: member, Ad Hoc Committee on Assessment for Learning (Primary Mathematics)

###### Teaching List, Current

- 2017-18 Summer Semester, MEDD7116, SA, Effective teaching of mathematics, science and liberal studies for English language learners
- 2017-18 Summer Semester, MEDD8829, SA, Effective Strategies for Learning and Teaching in Small Class Environment for Primary Education
- 2017-18 Semester 2, EDUR8060, 2A, Methodological Issues in Educational Research: Experiences from International and Local Projects
- 2017-18 Semester 2, MEDD6382, 2A, Research and/or mathematics teaching practice in classrooms
- 2017-18 Semester 2, MEDD7102, 2A, Pedagogical frameworks for mathematics, science and related subjects
- 2017-18 Semester 1, CCST9002, 1A, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2017-18 Semester 1, CCST9002, 1AX, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2017-18 Semester 1, MEDD6014, 1M, Methods of research and enquiry
- 2017-18 Semester 1, MEDD6387, 1A, Research into the teaching and learning of mathematics
- 2016-17 Summer Semester, MEDD7116, SA, Effective teaching of mathematics, science and liberal studies for English language learners
- 2016-17 Semester 2, EDUR8061, 2A, Data Analysis in Educational Research: Experiences from International and Local Projects
- 2016-17 Semester 1, CCST9002, 1A, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2016-17 Semester 1, CCST9002, 1AX, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2015-16 Semester 2, EDUR8060, 2A, Methodological Issues in Educational Research: Experiences from International and Local Projects
- 2015-16 Semester 2, MEDD6382, 2A, Research and/or mathematics teaching practice in classrooms
- 2015-16 Semester 1, CCST9002, 1A, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2015-16 Semester 1, MEDD6014, 1V, Methods of research and enquiry
- 2015-16 Semester 1, MEDD6014, 1Z, Methods of research and enquiry
- 2015-16 Semester 1, MEDD6387, 1A, Research into the teaching and learning of mathematics
- 2014 S8, MEDD7116, SA, Effective teaching of mathematics, science and liberal studies for English language learners
- 2014 S2, EDUC6623, FB, Major methods course: Mathematics (Part 1)
- 2014 S2, EDUR8060, 2A, Methodological Issues in Educational Research: Experiences from International and Local Projects
- 2014 S1, CCST9002, 1A, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2014 S1, EDUC6623, FB, Major methods course: Mathematics (Part 1)
- 2013 S8, MEDD7116, SA, Effective teaching of mathematics, science and liberal studies for English language learners
- 2013 S2, EDUR8060, 2A, Methodological Issues in Educational Research: Experiences from International and Local Projects
- 2013 S2, MEDD7102, 2A, Pedagogical frameworks for mathematics, science and related subjects
- 2013 S1, CCST9002, 1A, Quantitative Literacy in Science, Technology and Society
- 2013 S1, MEDD6014, 1S, Methods of research and enquiry
- 2013 S1, MEDD6387, 1A, Research on teaching and learning of mathematics

###### Supervision of Research Postgraduate Students

- , Critical Thinking and Group Work
- , Curriculum and Instruction
- , Mathematics Education
- , Mathematics Education
- , Mathematics Education
- , Mathematics Education, Education Assessment, Learning Science
- , Teacher Professional Development
- , "Mathematical Thinking" in the Intended Curriculum in China and Three Case Studies in the Implemented Curriculum, Mathematics Education
- , Advanced Mathematics Knowledge of Senior Secondary School Teachers in China and Its Influence on Classroom Teaching, Mathematics Education
- , Developing a dynamic geometry task platform for accessing students’ perceptions of geometric properties through analysis of example spaces, Mathematics Education
- , Factors that Influence Motivation, Achievement and Group Problem Solving Outcome in Mathematics of Chinese Eighth Graders in a Cooperative Learning Setting, Mathematics Education
- , Influence of Culture on the Adaption of Realistic Mathematics Education in Indonesia, Mathematics Education
- , Knowledge and Beliefs of Pre-Service Secondary Mathematics Teachers in Sri Lanka and the Impact on Their Instructional Practices, Mathematics Education
- , Professional Learning of Beginning Mathematics Teachers at High Schools in Shanghai, Mathematics Education (International Comparison of Curriculum, Culture and Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Mathematics Assessment)
- , Teachers' perceptions and implementation of the mathematics curriculum reform in China: a multiple case study of the DJP instructional model, Mathematics Education
- , Thoughts and practice of a Hong Kong teacher in mathematics alternative assessment via Concerns-Based Adoption Model, Curriculum Studies in the Field of Mathematics Education

###### HKU Committee Appointments

- 2007-07-01 to Present: Faculty of Education, Board of the, The teachers who are members of the Faculty and who are full-time employees of the University
- 1998-10-13 to 2000-06-30: Discontinuation, Committee on, 1 member from each Faculty (Education) from a panel of three in order of precedence for a period of 2 years, renewable up to a maximum of 4 consecutive years, Education Faculty Board
- 1997-07-01 to 2000-06-30: Faculty of Education, Board of the, Lecturers in Faculty
- 1990-09-01 to 1997-06-30: Faculty of Education, Board of the, Lecturers in Faculty