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What does TASA2014 tell us? Exploring the factors Affecting Academic Achievement of Taiwan Senior High Students and Results Comparison with different country
Many factors such as self-regulation and self-efficacy can affect learning performance of students. Some researchers have been proposed that striving for personal best can be a potentially effective approach to enhancing student academic development. . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : WU, Huey-min

The Role of Mathematics and Chinese Language in Driving Achievement Growth: What Drives What? A Latent Growth Curve Study
MOK MAGDALENA MO CHING 莫慕貞
The study aims to (1) Develop models of growth in the curriculum subjects of Mathematics and Chinese Language for Hong Kong students over the course of six years, from Primary 3 (i.e., Grade 3) to Secondary 3 (i.e., Grade 9); (2) Examine the effects . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : MOK MAGDALENA MO CHING 莫慕貞

Testing the Generalisability of the Control-Value Theoretical Model of Achievement Emotions in China
YANG, Lan 楊蘭
This research project aims to test the generalisability of the control-value theoretical model of achievement emotions in China with diverse samples of students.
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : YANG, Lan 楊蘭

Developing Evaluative Judgment among Students: An Interactive Assessment and Feedback Process
YAN, Zi 晏子
This project aims to develop an Interactive Assessment and Feedback Process (IAFP) and investigate its effectiveness in enhancing students’ academic achievement and developing their evaluative judgment in the context of higher education.
Project Start Year : 2019  Chief Investigator(s) : YAN, Zi 晏子

The early development of children from different socioeconomic backgrounds. Do our children need early intervention?
Cross-national studies of achievement have documented the existence of wide and persistent gaps in the academic attainment of students from low and high socioeconomic status (SES) families all over the world. By the time children enter school there i . . .
Project Start Year : 2011  Chief Investigator(s) : Ip Patrick

Student Network Group for Mobile Learning of the English language
WANG, Lixun 王立勛
In this project, a student network group will be established. First, 6 students who engage in mobile learning proactively at HKIEd are invited to be co-investigators (student leaders) of the project. These students will take leading roles in establis . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : WANG, Lixun 王立勛

Gamifying primary students’ reading process through an online battle platform: Factors for success and obstacles to be overcome
The project aims to 1. Implement Reading Battle (RB) in primary schools to promote students' reading interest and strengthen reading comprehension ability 2. Measure the impact of the implementation a) Impact of the gamified platform on students' pe . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : CHU, Sam

Challenges and Opportunities with Hong Kong Students' STEM Aspirations
SO, Wing Mui Winnie 蘇詠梅
This proposal aims to capture factors affecting Hong Kong students’ STEM learning, focusing on their STEM aspirations, including their conceptions of STEM, and interaction of family-, school-, and societal-level factors of the STEM ecosystem as sugge . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : SO, Wing Mui Winnie 蘇詠梅

Early Income-Achievement Gap in Hong Kong: The Role of Self-Regulation
SUN, Jin 孫瑾
This study will examine the income-achievement gap in the early years and its relationship with self-regulation in Hong Kong.
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : SUN, Jin 孫瑾

Enhancing Executive Functioning of Children Living in Poverty: A Randomized Experiment Study
POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩
It has been well established that growing up in poverty is associated with a wide array of negative psychological outcomes covering cognitive ability, intelligence, and academic achievement; and one of the best candidates for explaining this associat . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩


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