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Utilising students' mother tongue to enhance students' learning in EMI courses: Phase III
CHOI, Tae Hee 崔太僖
Utilizing students’ mother tongue as learning resources enhances students’ cognitive and affective engagement with learning and induces deeper level of learning. Accordingly, the PI wants to provide mother tongue support through translating the Power . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : CHOI, Tae Hee 崔太僖

Orthographic Awareness in Learning Chinese Characters
Most existing studies on children’s learning of Chinese characters adopt an approach to examine how well children of different ages are sensitive to certain isolated aspects of the characters. For example, whether do children knows that the function . . .
Project Start Year : 2010  Chief Investigator(s) : LAM, Ho Cheong 林浩昌

Life Course Effects on Marital Stability: Experience of Remarried Mainland Chinese Migrant Women in Hong Kong
TO, Wai Chun Clara 杜維真
Guided by the life course perspective,this in-depth study aims to discover the unique challenges encountered by remarried Mainland mothers and their families, as well as the factors and processes that may enhance marital stability or reduce conflicts . . .
Project Start Year : 2017  Chief Investigator(s) : TO, Wai Chun Clara 杜維真

Utilizing students' mother tongue to enhance learning in EMI courses
CHOI, Tae Hee 崔太僖
It is well documented that utilizing students’ mother tongue as learning resources enhance students’ cognitive and affective engagement with learning and induce deeper level of learning. This project aims to search for effective ways to integrate stu . . .
Project Start Year : 2014  Chief Investigator(s) : CHOI, Tae Hee 崔太僖

Supporting New Non-local Students' Academic and Social-cultural Integration into the FEHD and HKIEd Communities: An Evidence-based Approach
YANG, Min 楊敏
This project seeks to build a research evidence base on how new non-local students (NLS) and their senior peers at a Faculty of Education experience academic and social-cultural integration into the Faculty and the Institution. The research evidence . . .
Project Start Year : 2014  Chief Investigator(s) : YANG, Min 楊敏

American and Chinese children's evaluation of personal domain events and resistance to parental authority
267 5-, 7-, and 10-year olds, 147 in Hong Kong and 120 in the U.S., evaluated hypothetical personal (and moral) events described as either essential or peripheral to the child’s identity. Straightforward personal events were overwhelmingly evaluated . . .
Project Start Year : 2010  Chief Investigator(s) : Judith G. Smetana

Parental teaching through play and emergent literacy skills in English among Hong Kong Chinese ESL children: A pilot study
YEUNG, Siu Sze 楊少詩
It is well established that various forms of home literacy practices, such as shared book reading and teaching of literacy-related skills, are significantly associated with children’s literacy development. The primary purpose of this study is to exam . . .
Project Start Year : 2014  Chief Investigator(s) : YEUNG, Siu Sze 楊少詩

The Relationships between Perceived Stress, Coping Strategies, Emotional Intelligence, Life Satisfaction and Psychological Health among Chinese Parents and Caregivers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Case-Control Study
NG, Sau Man Catalina 吳秀敏
Many previous Western studies reported that parents of a child with a developmental disability face many challenges that are not shared by parents of children who have a normal development because children with ASD require more care, attention, and s . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : NG, Sau Man Catalina 吳秀敏

Social Support and Maternal (Non) Responsiveness among First-time Expectant Mothers in Hong Kong
LAU, Yi Hung Eva 劉怡虹
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Project Start Year : 2019  Chief Investigator(s) : LAU, Yi Hung Eva 劉怡虹

A Randomised Controlled Trial Study Investigating the Effectiveness of Parent Training on Promoting Physical Activity in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are typically less physically active and with lower exercise tolerance due to their limitation in social interaction and communication. They are therefore more prone to chronic diseases in adulthood, which . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : YU CHUNG WAH, CLARE 余頌華


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