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K-12 Teacher Response to COVID-19-Induced Emergency Transition to Remote and Online Teaching and Learning in the State of New Jersey
Partnering with the Rutgers School of Communication and Information, we are exploring the nature, scope and extent of teachers’ online instructional technology uses, and the digital equity measures planned by districts and teachers. We will conduct a . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : REYNOLDS, Rebecca ; SHERNOFF, David

Narrating Academic identity of Higher Education Researchers in East Asia: Diverse Responses to the Impact of COVID-19
TANG, Hei Hang Hayes 鄧希恒
The purpose of this study is to describe and understand the academic identity of higher education (HE) researchers in East Asia. Using the approach of narrative research, it will examine the way in which academic identity affects East Asian HE resear . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : TANG, Hei Hang Hayes 鄧希恒

Flourishing Outcomes and Psychosocial Predictors of 10-year Trajectories of Sleep Quality in Emerging Adults
Sleep disturbance is a pandemic affecting almost half of the world’s population. Sleep has been proposed to be a core transdiagnostic process that underlies various psychological disorders. Beyond the disease model, evidence also suggests that sleep . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : LAU, Esther Yuet Ying 劉月瑩

Mask Wearing Behaviors and Attitudes: Cultural and Individual Influences
BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅
In the current worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, different public norms regarding mask wearing have emerged across cultures. The public health efficacy of mask-wearing depends on more than the physical efficacy of masks themselves: Instead, it depends on . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : BUCHTEL, Emma Ellen Kathrina 蒲安梅

The next normal: Blending synchronistic and asynchronistic e-pedagogies to improve and sustain online teaching and learning
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, universities and schools internationally shifted from face-to-face to online learning. Despite these efforts, EdUHK data indicated that more could be done to enhance the quality of online learning. Teachers still . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : TSUI, Kwok Tung 徐國棟

Empowering university students’ autonomy during and after the COVID-19 pandemic through autonomy support giving in an Innovative Formative Feedback Schedule (IFFS)
LAM, Bick Har 林碧霞
During the COVID-19 pandemic period, teaching is shifted to purely online; learners’ autonomy is a salient factor to determine high quality learning. This project incorporates ‘autonomy support’ as the principle of designing an innovative formative f . . .
Project Start Year : 2021  Chief Investigator(s) : LAM, Bick Har 林碧霞

Changes in health behaviors in a result of the COVID-19 pandemic among Hong Kong older adults.
- To understand the changes of physical activity participation, lifestyle, and overall well-being before, during and after the outbreak of COVID-19 among the older adults,
Project Start Year : 2021  Chief Investigator(s) : Chung, Pak Kwong

Pilot and Feasibility Studies of Applying Remote Assessment in Physical Education
CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
In response to the social distancing measures in Hong Kong during pandemic, Department of Health and Physical Education (HPE) of The Education University of Hong Kong, in collaboration with Hong Kong Physical Education Association, created a series o . . .
Project Start Year : 2021  Chief Investigator(s) : CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清

Social Capital and Its Role in the Fight against COVID-19
We argue that higher social capital enables self-motivated people to comply with government guidelines and regulations. In case of a pandemic like COVID-19, where social distancing is critical, this may be a critical factor in the fight against it.
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : RAWAT, Stuti

Emerging Standards and the Hybrid Model for Organizing Scientific Events During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
The purpose of this project is to review the current status of scientific events in the COVID-19 pandemic and to propose a solution for overcoming the barriers to organizing efficient and safe scientific events in this pandemic.
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : Sara Hanaei


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