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    1. Music and movement in Hong Kong kindergartens: Curriculum, practices, and implications for teacher education
    Document Type: Conference Papers
    Conference: Research Conference on Child Development: The role of family and school practices (2019: InnoCentre, Hong Kong)
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    2. InSEA Asia Regional Congress, 2018, Hong Kong & 7th World Chinese Arts Education Symposium: Proceedings
    Document Type: Conference Proceedings
    Year published: 2020
    City published: Hong Kong
    Publisher: The Education University of Hong Kong
    Conference: InSEA Asia Regional Congress, 2018, Hong Kong & 7th World Chinese Arts Education Symposium (2018: The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
  • Book Chapters

    3. 史實.圖像.教育:以香港教育大學「看動畫.學歷史」計畫為中心
    By: 馮志弘
    Document Type: Book Chapters
    Pages: 67-104
    Year published: 2020
    City published: 香港
    Publisher: 學術專業圖書中心
  • Book Chapters

    4. 初小中文動漫教學:香港教育大學「賽馬會與『文』同樂學習計劃」觀課實踐及分析
    By: 蔡逸寧
    Document Type: Book Chapters
    Pages: 135-164
    Year published: 2020
    City published: 香港
    Publisher: 學術專業圖書中心
  • Books

    5. 多媒體與中國語文及文化教學
    Document Type: Books
    Year published: 2020
    City published: 香港
    Publisher: 學術專業圖書中心
    教學模式和教材應當創新,這種創新是「帶有目的」的,即為了讓學生更好地,並且更快樂地掌握中國語文能力,體會中華文化之美。本書收錄了十篇討論如何在語文與文化教學使用多媒體科技的論文及教材,作者既有香港教育大學人文學院專研語文教育的學者、也包括資深或新晉的前線中、小學老師,期望為學界提供兼備理論基礎和實踐分析的示例,拓闊中國語文教與學的視野,並聯繫香港中國語文教育「知識」、「共通能力」、「價值觀和態度」等核心理念,通過語文教育,呈現中華文化特色。Copyright © 2020 學術專業圖書中心.
  • Journal Articles

    6. 我國內地與香港高中新數學課程的比較
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: 數學教學, 2020(1), 38-44, 2020
    Year published: 2020
    Publisher: 華東師範大學
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  • Journal Articles

    8. Primary school students' interests in STEM careers: How conceptions of STEM professionals and gender moderation influence
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Year published: 2020
    Publisher: Springer Netherlands
    This study assessed elementary school students’ conceptions of STEM professions and its potential influence on STEM career interest, as well as the moderation effect of gender on the relationships between conceptions of STEM professionals and career interest in STEM. A total of 216 grade 3 through 5 students in Hong Kong participated in this study. They were asked to draw images of professionals in specific STEM areas, and complete questionnaires about their conceptions of STEM professionals and interests in STEM careers. Drawings were analyzed using graphic content analysis, and survey data were analyzed using moderated hierarchical regression analysis. Analysis of drawings showed that the students had inadequate understanding of engineers or scientists in the air, food, and water area. Boys were more likely to hold gender-related stereotypes about STEM professionals than girls. Analysis of survey data revealed that students’ views about STEM career implications, STEM professionals’ personal aptitudes, and social relations significantly predicted their STEM career interest. Gender significantly moderated the association of Social relations and Interest, meaning that compared to boys, girls might express higher STEM career interest when they more strongly believed that STEM professionals are able to build good social relationships with others. This study has implications for the design and implementation of pertinent lessons on STEM for elementary schools. Copyright © 2020 Springer Nature B.V.
  • Journal Articles

    9. An investigation of pre-service teachers’ attitudes toward animals and empathy toward humans: Implications for humane education development
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: Anthrozoös , 33(3), 415-426, 2020
    Year published: 2020
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc.
    In the last 20 years, humane education (HE) has undergone a paradigm shift from a simple animal welfare education model to a teacher-led positive education approach that cultivates kindness, love, and empathy in children and youth. While teachers’ humane attitudes are considered a prerequisite for HE program success in school settings, their attitudes toward animals have received little attention to date. This study investigated pre-service teachers’ humane attitudes toward animals and assessed whether and to what extent these attitudes are correlated with empathetic tendencies as well as variables such as gender and current and previous pet ownership. A total of 226 pre-service teachers in Hong Kong completed the Animal Attitude Scale (AAS) and the Davis Interpersonal Reactivity Index (IRI). The results showed that pre-service teachers showed moderate concern for the humane treatment of animals, and a difference in humane attitude was identified based on sex: female pre-service teachers tended to express more humane attitudes than their male counterparts. Moreover, pre-service teachers with greater tendencies toward warmth and compassion demonstrated a more welfare-oriented attitude toward animals. The results of the current study support using HE as a positive education approach and imply that the provision of training for pre-service teachers and teachers should be given higher priority by humane educators. Humane educators are recommended to recruit pre-service teachers as HE program instructors in their research projects. Copyright © 2020 ISAZ.
  • Journal Articles

    10. Effects of sitting light volleyball intervention on physical fitness among Hong Kong students with physical disabilities: A pilot quasi-experimental study
    Document Type: Journal Articles
    Source: Asian Journal of Sports Medicine, 11(1), 2020
    Year published: 2020
    Publisher: Tehran University of Medical Sciences
    Background: Hong Kong students with physical disabilities were being seen as physically inactive compared with typically developed people or even people with other disabilities, such as visual impairment or intellectual disabilities. Lack of regular physical activity would lead to poor physical fitness, and yet is associated with a higher risk of being obese or other physical as well as mental health problems. Currently, a newly developed sport, sitting light volleyball, modified from the Paralympic sitting volleyball, is considered as suitable for disabled people with lower physical fitness, in which was able to increase fitness level and increase their physical activity.Objectives: The current study aimed to examine the effect of sitting light volleyball in improving physical fitness among students with physical disabilities in Hong Kong.Methods: The current study was an interventional, quasi-experimental study. Nineteen participants, 8 males and 11 females, with the age of 18.5 on average (SD = 3.24), participated in the study. Two local special education schools were involved in the 10-week (65 minutes per session) sitting light volleyball intervention program. Participants took part in a fitness test before and after the intervention. The intended-to-treat approach was adopted throughout the data analysis, with the last observation carried forward method for managing the missing data.Results: No significant changes in body composition outcomes of the participants were found. The non-parametric sign test showed significant median differences on dumbbell press test and flexibility test of the right shoulder before and after the intervention, with Z = 2.94, P = 0.003; Z = 2.20, P = 0.028, respectively.Conclusions: This indicated that the sitting light volleyball intervention was able to provide preliminary evidence on showing the enhancement of muscle endurance and flexibility of the students with physical disabilities. Whereas, intensified interventions should be
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