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Dr YUEN, Man Tak

Personal Particulars

Dr YUEN, Man Tak

袁文得

Ph.D.(CUHK), MSc.(London), MAEd (CUHK), Cert.Ed.(HKU), B.Soc.Sc.(HKU)

Associate Professor

Director of Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education (CAISE),
Chartered Psychologist & Associate Fellow (BPS),
Certified Counsellor, Approved Supervisor & Fellow (HKPCA),
Registered Counselling Psychologist, Educational Psychologist & Fellow (HKPsS)

Division of Learning, Development and Diversity

Tel: (852) 3917 8542

Location: Room 518, Meng Wah Complex

Areas of Expertise:

Life Skills & Career Development; Guidance & Counseling; Social Emotional Learning; Inclusive Education & Positive Psychology; Gifted Education, Creativity & Talent Development

Areas of Expertise

Teaching Areas:

•MEDD7001 Psychology and Education of the Gifted and Talented

•MEDD7038 Counselling, Career Education and Talent Development in Schools

•MEDD6248 Theories and Practices of Counselling and Group Guidance

 

Research Interests:

•Connectedness, self-efficacy, meaning in life, life satisfaction and life career development of children and young people

•Connectedness, self-efficacy, meaning in life, life satisfaction, and life career development of gifted learners and people with special needs

•Social cognitive theory, social cognitive career theory, sociocultural perspective, perfectionism, gifted education and talent development programmes, inclusive education, invitational education, social and emotional learning, comprehensive guidance and counseling programmes in schoolsTeaching Areas:

Awards

2018 Editor, Springer Book Series Advancing Inclusive and Special Education in the Asia-Pacific

2017 Regional Leader for East Asia, International Society for Policy Research and Evaluation in School-Based Counseling

2015 Faculty Outstanding Research Student Supervisor Award, Faculty of Education, HKU

2015 Fellow, Hong Kong Psychological Society

2014 Fellow, Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association

2014 Long Service Award (15 years), HKU

2013 Marden Scholar, Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education, HKU

Projects
  • Play and Gain Social-Emotional Learning from Kindergarten to Community

    賽馬會「玩學相長」計劃 Jockey Club ‘Play n Gain’ Project (PI; Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust )

  • Research Study to Develop and Evaluate a Model for Life Planning for SEN Students (F.1- F.3) (PI; Community Services Division Tung Wah Group of Hospitals)

  • "No Play No Gain" Kindergarten Social Emotional Learning Project (PI; Quality Education Fund 2015/0255)

  • Project n KLA-Based Differentiation for Gifted Students in Regular Class (Primary Schools)(PI; Gifted Education Secton Hong Kong SAR Education Bureau)

  • Life skills development in junior secondary students: influence of purpose, connectedness and comprehensive guidance programs (PI; RGC GRF HKU 756312)

  • Overcoming obstacles associated with other learning experiences and school-based assessment: Perspectives of high school students with visual impairment in Hong Kong (PI; Collaborative Research Project of HKU Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education and Hong Kong Blind Union; Marden Seed Grant)

  • Efficacy beliefs in supporting twice-exceptional students among guidance professionals in Hong Kong: Relations to professional burnout and school guidance climate. (project code 201010159021; PI; Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research, HKU)

  • The Career and Life Adventure Planning for Youth Project (CLAP for Youth @JC) ( Chief Principal Investigator: Professor Alvin S. Leung; Principal Investigator: Dr. Esther Y. Ho ; Principal Investigator: Professor Victor C. Wong; Co-Principal Investigator: Professor To Siu Ming; Co-investigators: Professor Stephen W. Chiu, Professor Fanny M. Cheung, Professor Irvin King, Professor Patrick S Y Lau, Professor Pun Wai Yin, Professor Eunice Tang, Dr. Raysen Cheung, Professor Petrus Ng, Dr. Esther Cho, Dr. Pan Jiayan, Dr. Sharon Leung, Dr. Yuen Man Tak; initiated by Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust; co-organized by the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Baptist University)

  • Wellness among school teachers in Hong Kong: The relationship with occupational stress and purpose in life (PI: PSY Lau; Co-investigators: RMC Chan, J Myers, M Yuen; GRF CUHK 448310H)

  • Connectedness and life skills development among primary school students: Relationship to comprehensive developmental guidance programs in schools (PI; RGC GRF HKU 754509H)

  • Connectedness, leadership talent, personal-social self-efficacy, and life satisfaction among high ability and average ability Chinese adolescents. (PI; Small Project Fund, HKU)

  • Life skills development and school connectedness among senior secondary students: Relations to comprehensive developmental guidance programs in schools. (PI; RGC CERG HKU 7453/06H)

  • Learning to collaborate: Promoting collaborative problem solving in guiding adolescents in schools. (PI; Teaching Development Grant 2006-2007)

  • Assessing career and talent development among high ability and average ability Chinese adolescents (PI; HKU Project Fund)

  • Life skills development among upper primary and junior secondary students: its relationship to comprehensive developmental guidance programs in schools (PI; RGC CERG HKU 7295/03H)

  • Assessing perfectionism among gifted and non-gifted students in Hong Kong (PI; funded by Faculty Research Fund)

  • Life skills development among senior secondary school students in Hong Kong (PI; Quality Education Fund)

Publications

Invited presentations 

  1. Yuen, M. (2018 March). How to supervise/write a coherent dissertation: Some useful practices. Invited presentation. Lunch Forum. Hong Kong, China: Faculty of Education University of Hong Kong. March 1 2018

  2. Yuen, M. & Chung, Y.B. (2018 January). Career development research findings: Implications for teachers of junior secondary students with special educational needs. Invited presentation. Symposium on Individual Life Planning: Teachers’ roles in career-related support for junior secondary students with special educational needs. Co-organized by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals School Social Work Services and HKU CAISE. Hong Kong, China: University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education. January 13 2018.

  3. Yuen, M. (2017 November). Life skills development in junior secondary students: influence of purpose, connectedness and comprehensive guidance programs. An invited presentation for Research Grants Council Visit Panel. November 23 2017. Hong Kong, China: Education University of Hong Kong.

  4. Yuen, M., Liu, S.H., Chan, P.S.F., Lau, A., Cheung, V., Hsieh, W.-Y., & Lee, D. (2017). “No Play No Gain” Kindergarten Social Emotional Learning Project: Research Summary and Tables. Hong Kong, China: The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education.

  5. Yuen, M. (2017 June). Enhancing students’ connectedness, meaning in life, life skills self efficacy, career adaptability: Life skills development model. Invited presentation. 5th National Humanistic Psychological Counseling and Therapy Conference. Zhuhai, China: Beijing Normal University Zhuhai Campus. June 8-10 2017. (In Putonghua)

  6. Yuen, M., Yau, F.S.Y., Tsui, J.Y.C., Tsang, J.C.T., & Lee, B.S.F. (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. May 17th 2017

  7. Yuen, M. (2016 Dec). Nurturing students’ connectedness, meaning in life and life skills self-efficacy among talented students: The Life Skills Development Model. An invited presentation in The SEN Theatre in Learning & Teaching Expo 2016. Hong Kong SAR, China: Hong Kong Education City. Dec 8 2016.

  8. Yuen, M. (2016 Dec). Let no one steal your dreams. An invited opening address. Macau Project Sharing Session. Macao SAR, China: HKU Centre of Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education. 3 December 2016.

  9. Yuen, M. & Chan, R. M.C. (2016 October). School-based counseling policy, policy research and implications: Findings from Hong Kong and Japan. CERC and CAISE Joint Seminar. Organized by Comparative Education Research Centre & Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education. Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. October 7 2016.

  10. Yuen, M. (2016 July). Nurturing meaning in life, connectedness and life skills self-efficacy among economically disadvantaged students: The Life Skills Development Model. An Invited Presentation in a Forum for the Third International Conference on School Guidance in the Chinese Communities. July 3-4 2016 Taichung, Taiwan.

  11. Yuen, M., Lau, P.S.Y., Chan, R.M.C., & Yau, J. (2015 September).Career adaptability of Grade 9 adolescents in Hong Kong: Relations to gender, meaning in life and connectedness. Invited Presentation. IAEVG International Conference 2015. Organized by International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Asia Regional Association for Career Development & The Japanese Society for the Study of Career Education. Tsukuba, Japan. September 18-21 2015.

  12. Yuen, M. (2014 December). Cultivating purpose of life and work meaning: Career planning education applications. Invited paper presentation. Zhuhai Hong Kong Macau Employment Guidance and Career Planning Education Conference. Zhuhai, China: Sun Yat-sen University. December 5-7 2014. 袁文得 培养人生目的和工作意义:职业规划教育的应用 . 第二届珠港澳高校就业指导与职业规划教育学术研讨会. 中山大学珠海校区 . 2014126-7 (In Putonghua)

  13. Yuen,M. & Lee, B.S.F. (2013 Nov). Development of comprehensive guidance and counseling program in Hong Kong secondary schools. Taiwan Counseling Psychology Association Annual Meeting and Conference. Taichung Education University, Taiwan. 中學全方位輔導的發展(袁文得、李少鋒)分組論壇「香港全方位學生輔導的研究與實踐」臺灣諮商心理學會 年會暨學術研討會 「多元服務需求下的諮商心理專業:優質化的核心能力與人才培育」2013 11 23 台中教育大學 (In Potunghua)

  14. Yuen, M. & Sun, V.J.* (2013 Dec). Current theories in career planning education research in the US and European Countries. The First Zhuhai Hong Kong Macau Employment Guidance and Career Planning Education Conference. Sun Yat-sen University (Zhuhai Campus), China. 袁文得 孫競. 当前欧美国家职业规划教育研究的最新理论. 第一届珠港澳高校就业指导与职业规划教育 学术研讨会. 中山大学珠海校区 . 2013126-7 (In Potunghua)

  15. Yuen, M. (2012 May). Assessing career and talent development self-efficacy in Chinese college students. Invited presentation. The 2012 International Conference on Career Development Education. Ministry of Education, China & Tsinghua University, Beijing, China May 24-25 2012.

  16. Yuen, M., Lau, P.S.Y. & Chan, R. M.C. (2011, January). The Connectedness and Life Skills Development Project: Improving comprehensive guidance programs in Hong Kong. 2011 School Guidance and Counseling Conference. Invited presentation. Taipei, Taiwan: National Taiwan Normal University. January 7 2011.

  17. Yuen, M. (2007 July). Research findings on teachers' perceptions of and involvement in comprehensive guidance programs in Hong Kong. An invited presentation. Career Guidance Symposium: Prospects for Comprehensive Career Education and School-wide Cooperation Development. Tokyo, Japan: Works Institute & Japan Professional School of Education. 14 July, 2007.

  18. Yuen, M. (2005 Dec). School counseling in Hong Kong: History, policy, current implementation status, and future directions. Invited keynote presentation. 21`st Century Asia Pacific School Counseling Conference. Macau, China: University of Macau. 3-4 December 2005.

Scholarly books and monographs

*research student supervised by Mantak Yuen

  1. Yuen, M., Chan, R.M.C., Lau,P.S.Y., Gysbers, N.C. & Shea, P. M.K. (2015). Life skills development, connectedness and meaning in life as displayed by junior secondary school students in Hong Kong: Brief Report on Follow-up Survey. Hong Kong, China: Life Skills Development Project, Centre for Advancement of Inclusive and Special Education, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong.

  1. Yuen, M., Chan, R.T.H., Chan, R.M.C., Lau, P.S.Y., Gysbers, N.C. & Shea, P. M.K. (2014). Life skills development, connectedness and meaning in life as displayed by junior secondary school students in Hong Kong: Brief report. Hong Kong, China: Life Skills Development Project, Centre for Advancement of Inclusive and Special Education, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong.

  2. Yuen, M., Yeung, P. & Ng,M. (2014; editors). CAISE Review, Special Section: Supporting Students with Special Needs in their Transition from Schools to Higher Education, 2

  3. Yuen, M., Yeung, P. & Ng, M. (2013; editors). CAISE Review, Special Issue: Learner Diversity in Mainstream Schools and Special Schools,1.

  4. Yuen, M., Ho, J., Chung, Y.B.*, Fong, R.W.*, Cheng, S., Ho, J.H., Kwok, D., Ho, S., Tsui, J., 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. pp.50

  5. Jin, L.* & Yuen, M. (2012; Guest editors). Asian Journal of Counselling Special Issue: Career Centers: Current International Perspectives, 19(1&2), 1-125.

  6. Yuen, M. (2011; Guest editor). Asian Journal of Counselling Special Issue: International Perspectives on Connectedness in Children and Adolescents, 18(1&2), 1-169.

  7. McMahon, M. & Yuen, M. (2009; Guest co-editors). Asian Journal of Counselling Special Issue: Internationalization and Career Counselling, 16(2), 91-251.

  8. Yuen, M. (2008; Guest editor). Asian Journal of Counselling Special Issue: International Perspectives on School Counseling, 15(2), 103-231.

  9. Lau, P. S.Y., Yuen, M., Chan, R. M.C., Leung, T. K.M., Hui, E.K.P., Shea, P. M. K., & Gysbers, N.C (2007). Life skills development and comprehensive guidance program: Assessment and applications. Hong Kong, China: The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project. pp. 64

  10. Shea, P. M.K., Yuen, M., Lau, P. S.Y., Leung, T.K.M., Chan, R.M.C., Hui, E.K.P., & Gysbers, N.C. (2005). Life skills development curriculum: activity plans. Hong Kong: Life Skills Development Project, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong.

  11. Yuen, M., Gysbers, N.C., Hui, E.K. P., Leung, T. K.M., Lau, P.S. Y., Chan, R. M.C., Shea, P. M.K., & Ke, S.S.Y. (2004a).Career development self-efficacy inventory: users’ manual. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project. pp.52

  12. Yuen, M., Gysbers, N.C., Hui, E.K. P., Leung, T. K.M., Lau, P.S. Y., Chan, R. M.C., Shea, P. M.K., & Ke, S.S.Y. (2004b). Academic development self-efficacy inventory: users’ manual. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project. pp.51

  13. Yuen, M., Gysbers, N.C., Hui, E.K. P., Lau, P.S. Y., Chan, R. M.C., Shea, P. M.K., Leung, T.K.M.,& Ke, S.S.Y. (2004c).Personal-social development self-efficacy inventory: users’ manual. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project.

  14. Yuen, M., Lau, P.S.Y., Leung, T.K.M., Shea, P. M.K., Chan, R. M.C., Hui, E.K.P., & Gysbers, N. C. (2003).(Eds.), Life skills development and comprehensive guidance program: Theories and practices. Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project. pp.82.

 

Journal articles and book chapters

2018

124. Datu, J.A.D.*, Yuen, M., & Chen, G. (in press). The triarchic model of grit is linked to academic success and well-being among Filipino high school students. School Psychology Quarterly.

123. Hui, T.Y.C.*, Yuen, M. & Chen, G. (In press). Career-related filial piety and career adaptability in Hong Kong university students. Career Development Quarterly.

122. Hui, T.Y.C. *, Yuen, M. & Chen, G. (In press). Self-esteem and career adaptability of undergraduates: The mediating role of social support. Career Development Quarterly.

121. Zhang, J.*, Yuen, M., & Chen, G., (2018). Teacher support for career development: an integrative review and research agenda, Career Development International, https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-09-2016-0155

120. Fung, J.*, Yuen, M., &Yuen, A.H.K. (2018).. Validity evidence for a Chinese version of the Online Self-Regulated Learning Questionnaire (OLSQ) with average students and mathematically talented students. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. DOI: 10.1080/07481756.2017.1358056

2017

119. Datu J.A.D.*, Yuen, M. & Chen, G. (2017). Development and validation of the Triartic Model of Grit Scale (TMGS): Evidences from Filipino undergraduate students. Personality and Individual Differences, 114. 198–205. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2017.04.012

118. Fang, L.*, Sun, R.F. & Yuen, M. (2017). “Be useful to society”: parental academic involvement in rural to urban migrant children’s education in China. Asia Pacific Education Review. 18:361-371. DOI 10.1007/s12564-017-9491-8

2016

117.. Datu, J.A.D.*, Yuen, M. & Chen, G. (2016). Exploring determination for long-term goals in a collectivist context: A qualitative study. Current Psychology. doi 10.1007/s12144-016-9509-0

116. Yuen, M., Chan,S., Chan, C., Fung, D.C.L., Cheung, W.M., Kwan, T. & Leung, F. K.S. (2016). Differentiation in key learning areas for gifted students in regular classes: A project for primary school teachers in Hong Kong. Gifted Education International. doi: 10.1177/0261429416649047

115. Machell, K.A., Blalock, D.W., Kashdan, T.B., & Yuen, M. (2016). Academic achievement at the cost of ambition: The mixed results of a supportive interactive environment on socially anxious teenagers. Personality and Individual Differences, 89, 166–171. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2015.10.018

114. Datu, J.A.D.*, Yuen, M., & Chen, G. (2016). Grit and determination: A review of literature with implications for theory and research. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, 1-9. doi 10.1017/jgc.2016.2.

113. Ng, V. & Yuen, M. (2016). Career guidance and counselling in an international school in Hong Kong: Literature review and a school counselor’s reflection. Asian Journal of Counselling. Online first

112. Fang, L.*, Sun, R. & Yuen, M. (2016). Acculturation, economic stress, social relationships and school satisfaction among migrant children in urban China. Journal of Happiness Studies. 17(2), 507-531. doi: 10.1007/s10902-014-9604-6

111. Sun, J. V.* & Yuen, M. (2016). The students’ career development association in a Chinese university: A qualitative study. Asian Journal of Counselling. Online first.

110. Hsieh, W.-Y., Yeung, P.-S., Chan, K., Shao, S. & Yuen, M. (In press). Hong Kong, China. In M.L.Wehmeyer & J. R. Patton (Eds.), The Praeger Handbook of International Special Education. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

109. Yuen, M., Lee, T.L. , Ho, E. Y. F., Tsui, J., Leung, A.S., Lau, P.S.Y (In press). 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, Chinese University of Hong Kong & Hong Kong Baptist University.

108. Chung, Y. B., Yuen, M., Chow, C. W. and Leung, Y. C. (2016). An invitational approach to a service learning program in a university: A critical reflection. In S.T. Gregory & J. Edwards. (Eds.), Invitational Education and Practice in Higher Education: An International Perspective. (pp.113-119). Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books.

107. Fong, R.W.* & Yuen, M. (2016). The role of self-efficacy and connectedness in the academic success of Chinese learners. In R.B. King & A.B.I. Barnardo (Eds.), The Psychology of Asian Learners. pp. 157-169. Singapore: Springer.

106. Lam, C. W.H.*, Yuen, M. & Hsieh, W.-Y. (2016). Early childhood teachers coping with change: the roles of emotional intelligence, emotional labour and career adaptability. In T.V. Martin (Ed.), Career Development: Theories, Practices and Challenges. pp. 135-148. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

2015

105. Yuen, M. & Yau, J. (2015). Relation of career adaptability to meaning in life and connectedness among adolescents in Hong Kong. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 91, 147–156. doi: 10.1016/j.jvb.2015.10.003

104. Yuen, M., Ho, E. Y. F., Lee, T.L. ,Tsui, J., Leung, A.S., Cheung, R., Lau, P.S.Y., Chan, R.M.C., Shea, P. M.K., & Gysbers, N.C. (2015). Assessing student background, 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. pp.5-28. Hong Kong, China: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Chinese University of Hong Kong & Hong Kong Baptist University.

103. Young, K.C. , Kashdan, T.B., McKnight, P.E., Blalock, D.V. , Yuen, M., & Richberg, J. B. (2015). Happy and unhappy adolescent bullies: Evidence for theoretically meaningful subgroups. Personality and Individual Differences, 75, 224–228. doi 10.1016/j.paid.2014.11.024

102. Zhang, J.*, Yuen, M., & Chen, G. (2015). Career-related parental support for vocational school students in China. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling. 37:346–354. doi 10.1007/s10447-015-9248-1 (Yuen 30%)

101. Yuen, M., Lee, Q., Kam, J. & Lau, P.S.Y. (2015). Purpose in life: A brief review of the literature and its implications for school guidance programmes. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools. doi 10.1017/jgc.2015.18

100. Sun, J. V.* & Yuen, M. (2015). Vocational education: Its role in promoting competitiveness in the youth of Hong Kong. Journal of Youth Studies, 18 (2), 17-23.

99. Yim, A., Wong, S.W. *, & Yuen, M. (2015). Qualitative career assessment in Hong Kong: Reflections from a Confucian cultural heritage perspective. In M. McMahon & M. Watson (Eds.), Career assessment: Qualitative approaches. pp. 239-246. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

98. Lo, C.C.* & Yuen, M. (2015). Succeeding against the odds: Observations on coping by three university students with specific learning difficulties in Hong Kong. Gifted Education International. doi: 10.1177/0261429415585407.

97. Ng, V.* & Yuen, M. (2015). How is buddhism relevant to career counseling in an international high school in Hong Kong? A counsellor's reflection. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 37, 223–232. doi: 10.1007/s10447-015-9239-2

96. Liu, S.*, Yuen, M. & Rao, N. (2015). A play-based programme (Pillars of Society) to foster social skills of high-ability and average ability Primary-one students in Hong Kong. Gifted Education International . doi: 10.1177/0261429415581221

95. Liu, S.*, Yuen, M. & Rao, N. (2015).Outcomes for young children’s social status from playing group games: Experiences from a primary school in Hong Kong. Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, 25 (2), 217–244. doi: 10.1017/jgc.2015.4 (2014 ISSI 0.257)

94. Hao, D. , Sun, V. J.* & Yuen, M. (2015). Towards a model of career guidance and counseling for university students in China. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 37 (2), 155-167. doi: 10.1007/s10447-015-9234-7

93. Wong, S.-W.* & Yuen, M. (2015). Super’s Work Values Inventory: Issues of subtest internal consistency using a Chinese university student sample in Hong Kong. Journal of Employment Counselling , 52, 29-35. doi: 10.1002/j.2161-1920.2015.00054.x

92. Tsang, J. C. & Yuen, M. (2015). Mentoring program collaborating with alumni: a career guidance activity for senior secondary boys in Hong Kong. In M.McMahon & W. Patton (eds.), Ideas for career practitioners: Celebrating excellence in career practice. pp.237-243. Brisbane, Australia: Australian Academic Press.

91. Chan, S.* & Yuen, M. (2015). Teachers’ beliefs and practices for nurturing creativity in students: Perspectives from teachers of gifted students in Hong Kong. Gifted Education International , 31(3), 200-213. doi:10.1177/0261429413511884

2014

90. Yuen, M., Yeung, P., & Ng, M. (2014). Supporting students with and without special needs in their transition from schools to higher education. CAISE Review, 2

89. Yuen, M., Leung, S.A. & Chan, R.T. (2014). Professional counseling in Hong Kong. Journal of Counseling and Development, 92, 99-103.

88. Lo, C.C.* & Yuen, M. (2014). Coping strategies and perceived sources of support among gifted students with specific learning disabilities: Three exploratory case studies in Hong Kong. Gifted and Talented International, 29(1&2), 125-136.

87. Fung, J.*, Yuen, M. & Yuen, A.H.K. (2014).Self-regulation in learning Mathematics online: Implications for supporting mathematically gifted students with or without learning difficulties. Gifted and Talented International, 29(1&2), 113-123.

86. Fang, L.*, Sun, R. & Yuen, M. (2014). Acculturation, economic stress, social relationships and school satisfaction among migrant children in urban China.Journal of Happiness Studies. DOI 10.1007/s10902-014-9604-6

85. Chan, S.* & Yuen, M. (2014). Creativity beliefs, creative personality and creativity-fostering practices of gifted education teachers and regular class teachers in Hong Kong. Thinking Skills and Creativity,14, 109–118. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tsc.2014.10.003

84. Suh, H.N., Yuen, M., Wang, K.T., Fu, C.-C., &Trotter, R.H. (2014). Comparing perfectionist types on family environment and well-being among Hong Kong adolescents. Personality and Individual Differences, 70,111-116.

83. Yuen, M., Chan, R.T.H., & Lee, B. S.F. (2014). Guidance and counseling in Hong Kong secondary schools. Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling, 4(2), 103-112. .

82. Fong, R.W.* & Yuen, M. (2014). Perfectionism and Chinese gifted learners. Roeper Review, 36(2), 81-91, DOI: 10.1080/02783193.2014.884202

81. Shea, P.M.K. ,Yuen, M. , Chan, R.T.H. , Gysbers,N.C., Chan, R.M.C. & Lau, P.S.Y. (2014). Life skills self-efficacy in students with specific learning difficulties in Hong Kong, CAISE Review, 2

80. Chan, S.* & Yuen, M. (2014). Personal and environmental factors affecting teachers' creativity-fostering practices in Hong Kong. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 12, 69–77.

79. Fong, R.W.* & Yuen, M. (2014). Perfectionism and Chinese Gifted. Learners. Roeper Review, 36:2, 81-91, DOI: 10.1080/02783193.2014.884202

78. Yeung, P.-S. & Yuen, M. (2014). Special education in Hong Kong. In C.R. Reynolds, K.J.Vannest, & E. Fletcher-Janzen(Eds.), Encyclopedia of special education: A reference for the education of children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities and other exceptional individuals (4th ed.). (pp. 1256-1259) Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.

2013

77. Yuen, M. & Fong, R. W.* (2013). Social-emotional development of Chinese gifted students: A review based within the actiotope model of giftedness. In S.N. Phillipson, H. Stoeger & A. Ziegler (eds.), Exceptionality in East Asia: Explorations in the actiotope model of giftedness. (pp. 132-146). London, U.K.: Routledge.

76. Chan, S.* & Yuen, M. (2013). Teachers’ beliefs and practices for nurturing creativity in students: Perspectives from teachers of gifted students in Hong Kong. Gifted Education International , 1-14. doi:10.1177/0261429413511884

75. Chung, Y.B.* & Yuen, M. (2013). Factors affecting a reporting system for learning and development in an inviting school in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 15,1-20.

74. Chung, Y.B.* & Yuen, M. (2013). Teachers’ perceptions of a reporting system for learning and development in an ‘inviting school’ in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Counselling , 20(1&2),85-111

73. Yuen, M. & Fong, R. W.* (2013). Social-emotional development of Chinese gifted students: A review based within the actiotope model of giftedness. In S.N. Phillipson, H. Stoeger & A. Ziegler (eds.), Exceptionality in East Asia: Explorations in the actiotope model of giftedness. (pp. 132-146). London, U.K.: Routledge.

72. Chan, R.* & Yuen, M. (2013). Factors influencing talent development: Stories of four Hong Kong elite sportspersons. Gifted and Talented International, 28(1), 123-134.

71. Kwan, A.C.K. & Yuen, M. (2013) “Mathematics in the workplace”: A pilot enrichment programme for mathematically talented primary students in Hong Kong. Gifted and Talented International, 28(1), 85-98.

70. Fan, W., Hao, D. & Yuen, M. (2013). Psychometric properties of the Career and Talent Development Self-Efficacy Scale when used with Chinese university students. Asian Journal of Counselling, 20(1&2)59-84.

2012

69. Yuen, M. & Fong, R.W.* (2012). Connectedness and life skills development for all children: Commentary on A. Zeigler & S.N. Phillipson ‘Towards a Systemic Theory of Gifted Education’ High Ability Studies 23(1), 119–121. doi:10.1080/13598139.2012.679121

68. Yuen, M., Lau, P.S.Y., Lee, Q.A.Y., Gysbers, N.C., Chan,R.M.C., Fong, R.W.*, Chung, Y.B.*, & Shea, P. M.K. (2012). Factors influencing school connectedness: Chinese adolescents’ perspectives. Asia Pacific Education Review, 13(1), 55-63. DOI: 10.1007/s12564-011-9176-7

67. Sun, V. J.*, Yuen, M., & Hao, D. (2012). Reflections on a university career center in Guangzhou, China. Asian Journal of Counselling, 19,1&2, 97-114.

66. Jin, L.*& Yuen, M. (2012). Career centers in higher education: An international perspective. Asian Journal of Counselling, 19, 1&2, 1-4.

65. Lai, L. M.F.* & Yuen, M. (2012). Enhancing low-ability mainstream students’ academic self-esteem: Perspectives of a secondary teacher and her students. Hong Kong Special Education Forum,14, 22-35.

64. Leung, S.-M. A. & Yuen, M. (2012). The globalisation of an ethno-centric career theory and practice. In M., Watson, & M.,McMahon (Eds.), Career development: Global issues and challenges. (pp.75-91) New York: Nova Science Publishers.

63. Yuen, M. & Fong, R.W.* (2012). Connectedness and life skills development for all children: Commentary on A. Zeigler & S.N. Phillipson ‘Towards a Systemic Theory of Gifted Education’ High Ability Studies 23(1), 119–121. doi:10.1080/13598139.2012.679121

62. Wong, S.-W.* & Yuen, M. (2012). Work values of university students in Chinese Mainland, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. International Journal for Advancement of Counselling. 34(4), 269–285 DOI 10.1007/s10447-012-9155-7

61. Chung, Y.B.* & Yuen, M. (2012). Students’ perceptions of a reporting and feedback system for learning and development in an ‘inviting school’ in Hong Kong. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, 30(3), 241-262. DOI:10.1080/02643944.2012.671344

60. Cheng, S.* & Yuen, M. (2012). Education and career aspirations among Chinese high school students: Validation of the Career Aspiration Scale. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 21(2), 394-401.

59. Cheng, S.*, & Yuen, M. (2012). Validation of the Career-Related Parent Support Scale among Chinese high school students. Career Development Quarterly,60(4), 367-374.

58. Sun, V.J.* & Yuen, M. (2012). Career guidance and counseling for university students in China. International Journal for Advancement of Counselling, 34, 202-210. DOI 10.1007/s10447-012-9151-y

2011

57. Yuen, M. (2011). Fostering connectedness and life skills development in children and youth: International perspectives. Asian Journal of Counselling. 18(1&2), 1-14.

56. Yuen, M., Chan, R. T.H., Chan, R.M.C., Lau, P. S.Y., Shea, P. M.K., & Gysbers, N.C. (2011). School connectedness: A review for teachers and administers. In Education Bureau Hong Kong Special Administrative Region & Hong Kong Christian Services (Eds.), Caring School Environment Award Scheme: a five year review (pp.14-31). Hong Kong, China: Education Bureau Hong Kong Special Administrative Region & Hong Kong Christian Services.

55. Chung, Y.B.* & Yuen, M. (2011). The role of feedback in enhancing students’ self-regulation in inviting schools. Journal for Invitational Theory and Practice, 17, 22-27

54. Ng, C. K.M.* & Yuen, M. (2011). The perceived school climate in invitational schools in Hong Kong: Using the Chinese version of the Inviting School Survey-Revised (ISS-R). Journal of Invitational Theory and Practice, 17, 11-20.

53. Chan, R. M.C., Lau, P.S.Y., & Yuen, M. (2011). Interrelationships among teacher care, students’ life skills development, and academic achievement: Implications for school guidance work. Asian Journal of Counselling, 18(1&2), 63–94.

52. Fong, R.W.* & Yuen, M. (2011). Perfectionism in Chinese elementary school students: Validation of the Chinese Adaptive/Maladaptive Perfectionism Scale. Talent Development & Excellence, 3(2),203-213.

2010

51. Yuen, M., Chan, R., Lau, P. S.Y., Yu, L., Chan R.M.C., Gysbers, N.C.,& Shea, P. M.K. (2010). Implementing the comprehensive guidance and counseling program in Hong Kong: High school teachers’ perspectives. Asian Journal of Counselling, 17(1&2), 61-79

50. Yuen, M., Chan, R.M.C., Gysbers, N.C., Lau, P.S.Y., Lee, Q.A.Y., Shea, P.M.K., Fong, R. W.* & Chung, Y.B.* (2010). Enhancing life skills development: Chinese adolescents’ perceptions. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, 28(4) 295-310

43. Yuen, M. (2010). Giftedness and talent development. In L.-F. Zhang, J. Biggs, & D. Watkins (Eds.), Understanding the learning and development of Asian students: What the 21st century teacher needs to know. (pp.167-192) Singapore: Pearson Education.

48. Yuen M., Gysbers N.C., Chan R.M.C., Lau P.S.Y. and Shea P.M.K. (2010). Talent development, work habits, and career exploration of Chinese middle-school adolescents: Development of the Career and Talent Development Self-Efficacy Scale, High Ability Studies, 21, 47-62. DOI: 10.1080/13598139.2010.488089

2009

47. Yuen, M., Smith, E.V.Jr., Dobria, L., & Fu, Q. (2009). The Study Skills Self-Efficacy Scale for use of Chinese students. Journal of Applied Measurement, 13(3), 1-15.

46. Wang, K.T., Yuen, M., & Slaney, R.B. (2009). Perfectionism, depression, loneliness, and life satisfaction: A study of high school students in Hong Kong. The Counseling Psychologist, 37(2), 249-274.

45. McMahon M. and Yuen M.(2009). Career counselling and internationalization, Asian Journal of Counselling, 16, 91-111.

44. Fong, R. W.* & Yuen, M. (2009). Associations among measures of perfectionism, self-concept and academic achievement identified in primary school students in Hong Kong. Gifted and Talented International,24(1), 147-154.

43. Jin, L.*, Watkins, D. & Yuen, M. (2009). Personality, career decision self-efficacy and commitment to the career choices process among Chinese graduate students. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 74, 47-52

2008

42. Yuen, M., Westwood, P., & Wong, G. (2008). Self-efficacy perceptions of Chinese primary aged students with specific learning difficulties: A perspective from Hong Kong. International Journal of Special Education, 23(2), 110-119.

41. Yuen, M. (2008). School counseling: Current international perspectives. Asian Journal of Counselling, 15(2), 1-14.

40. Lam, C.*, & Yuen, M. (2008). Applying solution focused questions with primary school pupils: A Hong Kong Teacher's reflections. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, 26(2), 103-110

39. Kong, L.S.Y., Yuen, M., & Westwood, P. (2008). The development and initial validation of a school-related worries questionnaire (SRWQ) for Chinese students. Special Education Forum,10, 41-50

38. Lau, P.S.Y., Chan, R.M.C., Yuen, M., Myers, J.E., & Lee, Q.A.Y. (2008).Wellness of teachers: A neglected issue in teacher development. In J.C.K., Lee, N-K.L. Lo & L.P. Shiu (Eds.), Developing teachers and developing schools in changing contexts (pp.101-116). Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.

2007

37. Kashdan, T.B. & Yuen, M. (2007). Whether highly curious students thrive academically depends on perceptions about the school learning environment : A study of Hong Kong adolescents. Motivation and Emotion, 31, 260-270

36. Jin, L.*, Yuen, M., & Watkins, D. (2007). The role of filial piety in the career decision processes of postgraduate students in China. In J. A. Elsworth (Ed.), Psychology of decision making in education, behavior and high risk situations (pp. 243-255). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

35. Yuen, M., Chan R.M.C., Lau, P. S.Y., Gysbers, N.C., & Shea, P.M.K. (2007). Comprehensive guidance and counselling programmes in the primary schools of Hong Kong: Teachers’ perceptions and involvement. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, 25(4) 17-24. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0122.2007.00421.x

34. Yuen, M., Westwood, P. & Wong, G. (2007). Bullying and social adjustment in a sample of Chinese students with specific learning disability. Special Education Perspectives,16 (2), 35-52

33. Yuen, M. (2007a). Evaluating life skills development curriculum and activities. In P.S.Y. Lau, M. Yuen, R.M.C. Chan, T.K.M. Leung, E.K.P. Hui, P.M.K. Shea, & N.C. Gysbers (eds.) Life Skills Development and Comprehensive Guidance Program: Assessment and Applications. (pp.8-20) University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project.

32. Yuen, M. (2007b). Assessing students’ life skills development. In P.S.Y. Lau, M. Yuen, R.M.C. Chan, T.K.M. Leung, E.K.P. Hui, P.M.K. Shea, & N.C. Gysbers (eds.) Life Skills Development and Comprehensive Guidance Program: Assessment and Applications. (pp.21-39) University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project.

2006

31. Yuen, M. (2006). School counseling in Hong Kong: History, policy, current implementation status, and future directions. In C.H. So (ed.) School counseling and career guidance. (pp. 44-70). Macau, China: University of Macau Faculty of Education.

30. Yuen, M., Hui, E.K.P., Lau, P.S.Y., Gysbers, N.C., Leung, T.K.M., Chan, R. M.C., & Shea, P. M.K. (2006).Assessing the personal-social development of Hong Kong Chinese adolescents. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 28, 317-330.

29. Yuen, M., Westwood, P. & Wong, G. (2006). School-related social adjustment of Chinese primary school students with specific learning difficulties: a perspective from Hong Kong. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 11, 4, 165-174.

28. Rao, N. & Yuen, M. (2006) Listening to children: Voices of newly arrived immigrants from the Chinese mainland to Hong Kong. In Adams, Leah, & Kiova, A. (Eds.), Children in Transition: Effects of global migration on the young. P139-150. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

27. Kong, L. S.Y., Westwood, P., & Yuen, M. (2006). School-related worries of adolescents in Hong Kong: a single school study. Hong Kong Special Education Forum, 8, 21-41.

26. Jimerson, S.., Graydon, K., Yuen, M., Lam, S.F., Thurm, J.M., Klueva, N., Coyne, J.H., Loprete, L.J., Phillips, J. & The ISPA Research Committee (2006). The International School Psychology Survey (ISPS): Data from Australia, China, Germany, Italy, and Russia. School Psychology International, 27, 1, 5-32

25. Yuen, M. & Furnham, A. (2005). Sex differences in self-estimation of multiple intelligences among Hong Kong Chinese adolescents. High Ability Studies, 16,2, 187-199

2005

24. Yuen, M., Gysbers, N.C., Chan, R. M.C., Lau, P.S.Y., Leung, T. K.M., Hui, E.K.P.& Shea, P. M. K. (2005). Developing a career development self-efficacy instrument for Chinese adolescents in Hong Kong. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance,5,57-73

23. Yuen, M., Westwood, P., & Wong, G. (2005).Meeting the needs of students with specific learning difficulties in the mainstream education system: data from primary school teachers in Hong Kong. International Journal of Special Education, 20, 1, 67-76.

22. Lau, P.S.Y., Yuen, M., & Chan, R. M.C. (2005). Do demographic characteristics make a difference to burnout among Hong Kong secondary school teachers? Social Indicators Research, 71, 491-516.

2004

21. Yuen, M., Chan, R., Lau, P., Lam, M.P., & Shek, D.T.L. (2004). The counselling self-estimate inventory (COSE): Does it work in Chinese counselors? Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 17, 2, 177-194.

20. Yuen, M. (2004). Competencies of teachers of gifted learners: The Hong Kong student perspective. Gifted Education International, 18, 301-312.

19. Yuen, M. & Westwood, P. (2004).Expected competencies of teachers of the gifted learners: Perspectives from Chinese teachers and students. Gifted and Talented International, 19, 17-14

18. Yuen, M., Lau, P. S.Y., Leung, T. K.M., Chan, R. M.C., Hui, E.K.P., Ke, S.Y., Shea, P. M.K. & Gysbers, N.C. (2004). How to enhance students’ life skills development. In S.F. Lam (ed.), Practical Chinese Handbook of Educational Psychology. (pp 133-145). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Psychological Society Division of Educational Psychology.

17. Lam, S.F., & Yuen, M. (2004).Continuous professional development in school psychology: perspective from Hong Kong. School Psychology International, 25, 4, 480-494.

2003

16. Yuen, M., Shea, P. M.K., Leung, T. K.M., Hui, E.K.P., Lau, P. S.Y., & Chan, R. M.C., (2003).Enhancing students’ life skills development. In M. Yuen, et al. (Eds.), Life skills development and comprehensive guidance program: Theories and practices. University of Hong Kong Faculty of Education Life Skills Development Project.

15. Yuen, M., Shek, D.T.L., Lam, M.P., Lau, P.S.Y., Chan, R. M.C. (2003). Confirmatory factor analysis and reliability of the Chinese version of a revised teacher efficacy scale among guidance teachers in Hong Kong. Psychologia: an International Journal of Psychology in the Orient,46, 67-78

14. Chan, S.*, Yuen, M., Lau, P. S. Y. (2003).The effects of a group guidance programme on the self esteem of newly arrived children from the Chinese mainland to Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 23, 2, 171-182.

13. Fung, M., S.C.* & Yuen, M. (2003).Body image and eating attitudes among adolescent Chinese girls in Hong Kong. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 57-66.

2002

12. Yuen, M. (2002). Exploring Hong Kong Chinese guidance teachers’ positive beliefs: a focus group study. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling. 24, 169-182.

11. Yuen, M. (2002).Integrating newly arrived children from the Chinese mainland to Hong Kong: A reaction paper to the experience of a starter school. In R. M. Chan (ed.). Education of young new arrivals in Hong Kong: Strategies and experiences. (pp.226-228). Hong Kong: New Arrivals Cross-cultural Adjustment Research Group.

10. Yuen, M., Lau, P. S.Y., Shek, D. T.L., & Lam, M.P. (2002). Confirmatory factor analysis and reliability of the Chinese version of the Maslach Burnout Inventory among guidance teachers in Hong Kong. Psychological Reports, 91, 1081-1086.

9. Tirri, K.A., Tallent-Runnels, M.K., Adams, A.M., Yuen, M., Lau, P. S.Y. (2002). Cross-cultural predictors of teachers’ attitudes toward gifted education: Finland, Hong Kong, and USA. Journal for the Education of the Gifted. 26, 2, 112-131.

8. Yuen, M. & Westwood, P. (2002). Teachers’ attitudes toward integration: Validation of a Chinese version of the attitudes toward mainstreaming scale (ATMS). Psychologia: an International Journal of Psychology in the Orient, 45, 1, 1-11.

7. Chan, C., Chang, R., Westwood, P., & Yuen, M. (2002) Teaching adaptively: How easy is 'differentiation' in practice? A perspective from Hong Kong. Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 11, 1, 27-58.

6. Fung, M.*, & Yuen, M. (2002).Clothing interest among Chinese adolescent girls in Hong Kong in relation to socioeconomic status. Psychological Reports, 90, 387-390.

5. Chan, R. M.C., Lau, P. S.Y., & Yuen, M. (2002).Guidance work in Hong Kong primary schools: Issues in professionalism. Journal of Basic Education, 11,2, 87-98.

2001

4. Yuen, M., & Westwood, P. (2001).Integrating students with special needs in Hong Kong secondary schools: Teachers’ attitudes and their possible relationship to guidance training. International Journal of Special Education, 16, 2, 69-84.

3. Yuen, M., Lau, P. S.Y., & Chan, R. M.C. (2001). Improving guidance program: A conversation with Norman Gysbers. Asian Journal of Counselling, 7, 2, 19-41.

2. Leung, P.*, & Yuen, M. (2001). Parent-teacher conferences in a secondary school: A case study. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, 19, 1, 28-30.

1. Rao, N., & Yuen, M. (2001). Accommodations for assimilation: Supporting newly arrived children from the Chinese Mainland in Hong Kong. Childhood Education, 77, 5, 313-318.

 

 

Professional Community Services

(2017-present) regional leader in East Asia,The International Society for Policy Research and Evaluation in School-based Counseling

(2016-present) member of executive committee, Asia-Pacific Federation on Giftedness (APFG)

(2015-present) Hononary advisor, Hong Kong Association of Career Masters and Guidance Masters

(2015-present) Member of board of directors. Asia Regional Association for Career Development (ARACD)

(2013-present) Hononary supervisor, Summer Programme for Creativity and Talent Development, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong

(2013-present) Honorary mentor, Mentorship Scheme for Senior Students, Ying Wa College, Hong Kong

(2011-2013) Honorary advisor, Academy for the Talented, The University of Hong Kong

(2011-present) Honorary consultant, Hong Kong Association for Parents of Gifted Children

(2010-present) Steering Committee Member, School-based Educational Psychological Service, Po Leung Kuk, Hong Kong

(2010-present) Steering Committee Member, Educational Psychological Service, The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China

(2009-present) Hong Kong SAR Delegate, World Council for Gifted and Talented Children

(2008-2010) Professional External Selection Broad for the Gifted Student Programmes of the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education

(2005-2011) Ping Wo Fund Advisory Committee, Home Affairs Bureau

(1998-2009) Founding board member, Support Committee on Integrated Education

(2003-2009) Committee on Gifted Education , Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council

(2006-2007) Ad Hoc Committee of CDCC(GE) on Development of Identification Pamphlet, Parent Pamphlet and Parent Education in Gifted Education

(2007-2008) Assessment Panel on Special Educational Needs, Chief Executive's Award for Teaching

(2002-2004) Excellence Advisory Panel on Disability Discrimination Ordinance, Hong Kong SAR Government Education and Manpower Branch

(2001-2003) Advisory Panel on Support Measures for the Exceptionally Gifted Students, Hong Kong SAR Government Education & Manpower Branch

(2000-2003) Ad Hoc Committee on Guide to Curriculum for Gifted/High Ability Students, Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council

(1999-2003) Working Group on Personal and Social Education Curriculum for Students with Special Educational Needs, Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council

(2002-2004) Action Committee Against Narcotics Sub-committee on Research

(1999-2003) Committee on Special Educational Needs, Hong Kong Curriculum Development Council

(1996-1998) Advisory Committee on School Guidance, Discipline, and Support Service

Others

Editorial Board Membership of Scholarly Journals

1. Editor of Nurturing Talents APFG Newsletter (Asia-Pacific Federation on Giftedness; 2016-2018)

2. Member of the editorial board of the Asian Journal of Counselling (AJC; Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association, Hong Kong, China; 1996-2016)

3. International Associate Editor, Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development

4. Guest Editor, Special Issue: International Perspectives on School Counseling, Asian Journal of Counselling

5. Guest Co-Editor, Special Issue: Internationalization and Career Counseling, Asian Journal of Counselling

6. Guest Co-Editor, Special Issue, Career Centers: Current International Perspectives, Asian Journal of Counselling

7. Editor, CAISE REVIEW

8. Member of the editorial board, Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling

9. Associate editor, Indian Journal of Career and Livelihood Planning

 

Student Project Supervisions

PhD, MPhil and Doctor of Education Student Dissertation Supervision

  1. Investigating the career commitment process among Chinese mainland postgraduate students

  2. Heterosexism and the lived experience of Chinese gay and bisexual youth in Hong Kong secondary schools

  3. Educational and career aspirations of secondary students in Hong Kong

  4. Perfectionism, connectedness andself-effiacy in average and academically talented preadolescents in Hong Kong

  5. Invitational education in Hong Kong secondary schools

  6. A reporting system for learning and development: Students' and teachers' perceptions in an ‘inviting school' in Hong Kong

  7. Fostering creativity: Perceptions and practices of teachers involved in gifted education

  8. Career guidance in a University in mainland China

  9. Work values and general values among Chinese college Students

  10. Enhancing social competence of average and high-ability students through an education play program.

  11. Online self-regulation strategies of average and gifted students in Maths

  12. The coping strategies of gifted students with specific learning difficulties in Hong Kong

  13. Well-being and school satisfaction of migrant children in China

  14. Career adaptability among business undergraduates in Hong Kong: The influences of self-esteem, career-related filial piety, social support and gender

A few words about me

I have served as a secondary school teacher, as a lecturer at Northcote College of Education, and as an educational psychologist with the Education Department (Psychological Services, Special Education Section) of the Hong Kong Government. My academic and professional interests are in the areas of school guidance and counseling, gifted education and talent development, inclusive education and learners with special needs, social-emotive learning, life career development and individual differences. I am the principal investigator of the Connectedness and Life Skills Development projects. I coordinate courses in guidance & counselling, gifted education and career development, and I supervise postgraduate research student dissertations. I am the deputy director of Centre for Advancement in Inclusive and Special Education and the co-convener of the Special Interest Group for Gifted Education, Creativity and Talent Development. I am also co-convener of the Special Interest Group for School Guidance, Life Skills and Career Development at the HKU Faculty of Education. My other interests include table tennis, movies, photography, painting, museums, and travelling.

Useful Webpages

CAISE Review http://vcvc1.wix.com/caise-review

Life Skills Development and Comprehensive Guidance Programme http://web.hku.hk/~life/

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