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Dr. LOH, Ka Yee Elizabeth

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Assistant Professor

Ph. D., M. Ed. (CLL), P. C. Ed. (HKU); M. Phil (CUHK); B. S. W. , Dip. Psy. (CityUHK)

Research interestsTeaching and learning of emotive writing, Chinese characters and reading; Assessing of Chinese writing, Chinese characters and reading; emotive writing; Innovative Chinese language teaching; Chinese language teaching and learning for students with special educational needs; Chinese language teaching and learning for Non-Chinese students.

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Awards

Research Output Prize 2008, Faculty of Education (awarded by The University of Hong Kong)

Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Lam, R. Y. H. (2007). Influende of the language that Hong Kong primary school students habitually speak at home on their Chinese reading ability in school. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 28(5), 1-18.

Richard M. Wolf Memorial Award (awarded by the International Association for the Evaluation of Education Achievement)

Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Lam, R. Y. H. (2007). Influende of the language that Hong Kong primary school students habitually speak at home on their Chinese reading ability in school. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 28(5), 1-18.

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Research projects Funded: Principal Investigator

  1. Tradition and innovation: Supporting the learning and teaching of Chinese language for non-Chinese speaking students in secondary schools (2013-2015); Principal investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$8,293,500; in progress.
  2. Chinese character structure and component learning among Grade 7 ethnic minority students in Hong Kong (2013-2014); Principal investigator; Seed Funding Programme for Basic Research for New Staff; Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong; HK$120,000; in progress.
  3. Teaching and learning of Chinese characters for non-Chinese speaking kindergarten children in Hong Kong (2011-2012); Principal investigator; the 23rd Faculty Research Fund (FRF), Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong; HK$13,500; completed.
  4. Hong Kong pupils' emotional expression in Chinese writing (2005-2007); Principal investigator; Sik Sik Yuen Education Fund; HK$3,900; completed.

Funded: Co-Investigator

  1. Provision of Services for the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2016 in Hong Kong (EDB(RTD)l/ 28011410/12) (2013-2017); Co-investigator; Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$9,973,447; in progress.
  2. Supporting Kindergartens in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Children (KG-USP) (2012-2015); Co-investigator; Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$9,999,950; in progress.
  3. The Fourth Study on the Progress in Chinese and English Reading Literacy Study (in 2013) at Primary 4 in Hong Kong and Approaches to and Strategies for Enhancing the Quality of Teaching and Learning of Reading (2012-2014); Co-investigator; RGC General Research Fund; HK$944,818; in progress.
  4. QEF - Thematic Network Chinese Language for 2nd school year 2012/13; Co-investigator; Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$2,687,000; in progress.
  5. QEF Teaching and Learning of Chinese Language QTN Project: Developing students’ language independent learning ability (2011-2012); Co-investigator; Quality Education Fund (QEF), Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$1,868,000; completed.
  6. Supporting secondary schools in the teaching and learning of Chinese for non-native learners (2011-13); Co-investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$12,391,050; in progress.
  7. Evaluation of the Chinese reading teaching and learning in schools in Macau (2010-2011); Co-investigator; Direccao dos Servicos de Educacao e Juventude (教育暨青年局), Macao Government; HK$818,232.5; completed.
  8. A Project Promoting Effective Methods of Teaching Chinese Characters to Young Children in Hong Kong: Ways of teaching pupils to recognise and write Chinese characters (2010); Co-investigator; Quality Education Fund (QEF), Hong Kong SAR Government; HK$2,204,849; in progress.
  9. Research and Development of Chinese Language Assessment Tools for Non-Chinese Speaking Students in Hong Kong Schools (2010); Co-investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$1,287,326; completed.
  10. Consultancy Service of Consolidation and Redevelopment Work on QEF Chinese Language Projects (2010); Co-investigator; Quality Education Fund (QEF), Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$1,290,143; completed.
  11. The Progress in Chinese and English Reading Literacy Study (in 2010) at Primary 4 in HK and Approaches to and Strategies for Enhancing the Quality of the Teaching and Learning of Reading; Co-investigator; Research Grant Council, General Research Fund (GRF) project (2009-2011); HK$571,200; completed.
  12. Study on Threshold Standards of Ethnic Minority Students for Immersion in Chinese Language Lessons in Hong Kong Schools (2009); Co-investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$992,574; completed.
  13. Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2011 (2008-2013); Co-investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$8,137,017; in progress.
  14. Supporting Secondary Schools in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for non-native learners; Co-investigator (2008-2011); Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$16,169,111; in progress.
  15. School-based Reform of Chinese Language Teaching for Primary 1 and 2 Students: A case study (2009-2011): Co-investigator; Hon Wah College; completed.
  16. School-based Reform of Chinese Language Teaching for Primary 1 to Primary 3 Non-Chinese Students: A case study (2007-2011): Co-investigator; Hong Kong Taoist Association School; completed.
  17. School-based Curriculum Deveopment of Chinese Language Teaching for Primary and Secondary School Students: A case study (2007-2011); Co-investigator; Evangel College; completed.
  18. Study of the Chinese Language Standards of Ethnic Minority Students in Hong Kong Schools on the Basis of their Performance in 2007 (2008); Co-investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$788,468; completed.
  19. Collaborative Study on Chinese Language Standards of Ethnic Minorities Students in Local Schools of Hong Kong (2007); Co-investigator; Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government tender project; HK$398,968; completed.
  20. A Three-year follow-up study of English and Chinese reading literacy at Primary 4 in Hong Kong and Strategies for Enhancing the Quality of the Teaching and Learning of Reading (2006); Co-investigator; RGC Competitive Earmarked Research Grant, HK$676,500. (RGC project code: HKU 7449/06H); completed.
  21. Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) 2006; Team member; Hong Kong Education and Manppower Bureau tender project; HK$4,990,000; completed.
  22. A Research on Hong Kong Pupils' Emotional Expression in Chinese Writing (2005-2006); Principal investigator; Sik Sik EducationFund; HK$3,900; completed.
  23. School-based Chinese Curriculum Reform: Chinese writing (2004); Co-investigator; S.K.H. St. Michael's Primary School, HK$20,000; completed.
  24. School-based Chinese Curriculum Reform: Chinese characters (2003); Co-investigator; S.K.H. St. Michael's Primary School, HK$20,000; completed.
  25. School-based Reform of Chinese Language Teaching: A case study (2002); Co-investigator; Funded by Hong Kong Regional Office (Southern District), Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government, HK$45,000; completed.

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Self-funded: Principal Investigator

  1. The cognitive process of non-Chinese speaking students in recognizing Chinese characters and reading Chinese passages (2012-present); Principal investigator, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, self-funded; in progress.
  2. A study of the Motivation of Non-Chinese Speaking Students in Hong Kong to Learn Chinese as a Second Language (2010); Principal investigator; Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong; in progress.

Self-funded: Co-Investigator

  1. The comparison of traditional dictation and creative dictation in Hong Kong primary schools (2008); Co-investigator: Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong and Department of Educational Psychology & Special Education, University of Saskatchewan; self-funded; completed.
  2. An implementation of the inquiry learning approach into a primary school’s P4 general studies’ projects (2006-2007); Co-investigator; Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong; self-funded; completed.
  3. An operational research: Advancing reading strategies of mild-graded mentally handicapped students (2005-2006); Co-investigator; Salvation Army Shek Wu School; completed.
  4. The relationship between verbal working memory, pseudoword reading, rapid automatized naming and on-set-rime phonological segmentation, and P3 to P5 students’ Chinese reading performance (2005) ; Co-investigator: Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong and Department of Educational Psychology & Special Education, University of Saskatchewan; self-funded; completed.
  5. Linguistic and Cognitive Profiles of Non-Chinese Students Learning to Read and Write Chinese (2007); Co-investigator; Hong Kong Taoist Association School; in progress.
  6. A Study of the Comprehension in Chinese Children: Relative contributions of verbal working memory, pseudoword reading, rapid automatized naming, and on-set-rime phonological segmentation (2006); Co-investigator; Catholic Mission School and Grantham College of Education Past Students' Association Whampoa Primary School; completed.
  7. Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters: Singapore joint project (2006); Co-investigator; Yu Nang Primary School; completed.
  8. Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Writing: Singapore joint project (2003); Co-investigator; Nanyang Polytechnic University; completed.
  9. Modify school-based reading curriculum for Pupils with Special Education Needs: Action research (2003); Co-investigator; Salvation Army Shek Wu School; completed.
  10. Modify "Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters" for Pupils with Special Education Needs: Action research (2003); Co-investigator; Salvation Army Shek Wu School; completed.

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Publication

Refereed Journal Papers

  1. Loh, E. K. Y., Tse, S. K., & Tsui, V. S. K. (2013). A study of the effectiveness of a school-based Chinese character curriculum for non-Chinese speaking kindergarteners: Hong Kong experience. Journal of Han Character and Han Writing Education, 30, 277-323.
  2. Loh, E. K . Y., & Tse, S. K. (2012). An investigation of school-based curriculum of effective Chinese character learning for non-Chinese speaking kindergarteners. Journal of Korean Classical Chinese Education, 28, 171-195.
  3. Loh, E. K . Y. (2010). How to use the results of the "Territory-wide System Assessment" (TSA) to enhance the teaching and learning of Chinese language in primary schools. Journal of Primary School Chinese Language Teaching and Research, May, 2-5.
  4. Loh, E. K. Y., & Tse, S. K. (2009). The relationship between motivation to read Chinese and English and the impact on the Chinese and English reading performance of Chinese students. Chinese Education and Society, 42 (3), 66–90.
  5. Leong, C. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Ki, W. W., & Tse, S. K. (2011). Eight-Year-Old Chinese Children at-risk for Dyslexia Learning to Spell Chinese Characters and Words: Toward a Bujian Sensitivity Hypothesis. Annals of Dyslexia, 61(1), 136-160.
  6. Leong, C. K., Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Ki, W. W. (2011). Orthographic knowledge important in comprehending elementary Chinese text by users of alphasyllabaries. Reading Psychology, 32(3), 237-271.
  7. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., Hui, S. Y., & Ng. R. H. W. (2012). A comparison of Hong Kong primary 4 students’ relative progress in Chinese and English reading attainment. Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies, 1(4), 1-16.
  8. Lee, M. T. N., Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2011). The impact of the integrative perceptual approach on the teaching of Chinese characters in a Hong Kong kindergarten. Early Child Development and Care, 181 (5), 665-679.
  9. Tse, S.K., Loh, E. K. Y., Lam, R.Y.H., & Lam, J.W.I. (2010). A comparison of English and Chinese reading proficiency of primary school Chinese students. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 31(2), 181-199.
  10. Tse, S. K., Yuen, A. H. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Lam, J. W. I., & Ng, R. H. W. (2010). The impact of blogging on the bilingual reading literacy of Chinese primary pupils. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 26(2), 164-179.
  11. Lam, R. Y. H., Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2010). Does the gender of the teach matter in the teaching of reading literacy? Teacher gender and pupil attainment in reading literacy in Hong Kong. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26(4), 754-759.
  12. Tse, S. K., Lam, R. Y. H., Ip, O. K. M., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Tso, A. S.F. (2010). Family resources and students’ reading attainment: Capitalising on home factors. L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 10 (3), 27-54.
  13. Tse, S. K., Lam, R. Y. H., Loh, E. K. Y., Ip, O. K. M., Lam, J. W. I., & Chan, Y. M. (2009). English-speaking foreign domestic helpers and students’ English reading attainment in Hong Kong. Chinese Education and Society, 42 (3), 49–65.
  14. Cheung, W. M., Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2009). Progress in international reading literacy study 2006 (PIRLS): Pedagogical correlates of fourth-grade students in Hong Kong. Journal of Research in Reading, 32 (3), 293-308.
  15. Leong, C. K., Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Hau, K. T. (2008). Comprehension in Chinese children: Relative contributions of verbal working memory, pseudoword reading, rapid automatized naming, and on-set-rime phonological segmentation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 100 (1), 135-149.
  16. Tse, S. K., Marton, F., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2007). An integrative perceptual approach for teaching Chinese characters. Instructional Science, 35 (5), 375-406.
  17. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Lam, Y. R., Loh, E. K. Y., & Westwood, P. (2007). Pedagogical correlates of reading achievement in English and Chinese. L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 7 (2), 71-91.
  18. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Lam, R. Y. (2007). The influence of the language that Hong Kong primary school students habitually speak at home on their Chinese reading ability in school. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 28 (5), 1-18.
  19. Leong, C. K., Hau, K. T., Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2007). Component skills of text comprehension in less competent Chinese comprehenders. Annals of Dyslexia, 57 (1), 75-97.
  20. Tse, S. K., Lam, Y. R., Lam, J. W. I., Chan, Y. M., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2006). Attitudes and attainment: A comparison of Hong Kong, Singaporean and English students’ reading. Research in Education, 76, 74-87.
  21. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Lam, R. Y. H., Loh, E. K. Y., & Westwood, P. S. (2005). Students' test performance in PIRLS, attitudes to reading, and the reading self-concept across three ability groups: data from Hong Kong. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 10 (1), 9-18.
  22. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Lam, Y. R., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). PIRLS 2001: Hong Kong component. Chinese Language Testing, 4, 1-9.

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Refereed Book Chapters

  1. Loh, E. K. Y., & Tse, S. K. (2011). Learning motivation and second language learning (in Chinese). In S. K. Tse, W. W. Ki, & M. S. K. Shum (Eds.), The Chinese language learning and teaching of non-Chinese speaking: Curriculum, teaching materials, teaching strategies and assessment (pp. 77-89). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  2. Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). A study on Hong Kong pupils' emotional expression in Chinese writing. In M. Sun, H. Fu & Y. He (Eds.), Research studies in education 2003 (pp. 83-99). Hong Kong: Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong.
  3. Loh, E. K. Y., Tse, S. K., & Lam, J. W. I. (2013). Student factors which affect their reading performance. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.), Enhancing children’s reading ability to world level (pp. 195-227). Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
  4. Tse, S. K., Ng, R. H. W., Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). The theoretical framework of the “Progress in International Reading Study (PIRLS)”. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.), Enhancing children’s reading ability to world level (pp. 37-63). Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
  5. Lam, J. W. I., Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). Reading performance of Hong Kong students. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.), Enhancing children’s reading ability to world level (pp. 64-80). Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
  6. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Lam, J. W. I. (2013). Home factors which affecting students’ reading performance. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.), Enhancing children’s reading ability to world level (pp. 81-110). Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press..
  7. Tse, S. K., Cheung, W. M., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). Teaching factors which affect students’ reading performance: Curriculum, teaching materials and teaching strategies. In S. K. Tse & J. W. I. Lam (Eds.), Enhancing children’s reading ability to world level (pp. 111-160). Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
  8. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2012). The impact of PIRLS in the Hong Kong, SAR. In K. Schwippert (Ed.), Progress in reading literacy: The impact of PIRLS 2006 . Munster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH.
  9. Leong, C. K., Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Ho, M. K. (in press). Several inter-related issues in reading acquisition research in Chinese. In X. Chen, Q. Wang, & Y.C. Luo, (Eds.). Reading development and difficulties in monolingual and bilingual Chinese children (pp. 100-120). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
  10. Tse, S. K., Li, J. C. L., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2012). Teaching Chinese reading in a differentiated approach: Case study in a secondary school. In S. K. Tse, W. W. Ki, & M. S. K. Shum (Eds.), The Chinese language learning and teaching of non-Chinese speaking: Curriculum, teaching materials, teaching strategies and assessment (pp. 47-55). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  11. Tse, S. K., Wong, M. Y., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2012). Non-Chinese speaking primary school students learning Chinese reading in a differentiated approach: A case study. In S. K. Tse, W. W. Ki, & M. S. K. Shum (Eds.), The Chinese language learning and teaching of non-Chinese speaking: Curriculum, teaching materials, teaching strategies and assessment (pp. 57-67). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  12. Tse, S. K., Ng, R. H. W., Lam, J. W. I., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2012). The relationship between using of computer and reading literacy of primary 4 students in Hong Kong: Comparison of PIRLS 2001 and 2006 studies. In C. K. Chin (Ed.), The application of information technology in Chinese language education: The points of view in the 21 century. Singapore: Singapore Centre for Chinese Language.
  13. Tse, S. K., Marton, F., Loh, E. K. Y., & Chik, P. P. M. (2010). A study of students’ learning response to Chinese text presented in short-passage and book format over a one year period. In F. Marton, S. K. Tse & W. M. Cheung (Eds.) Space of variations and Chinese language learning (pp. 123-146). The Netherlands: Sense Publisher.
  14. Tse, S. K., Marton, F., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2010). An Comprehensive and Integrative Perceptual Approach to Teach Chinese Characters. In F. Marton, S. K. Tse & W. M. Cheung (Eds.) Space of variations and Chinese language learning (pp. 75-102). The Netherlands: Sense Publisher.
  15. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Lam, J. W. I., & Cheung, W. M. (2009).Factors affecting the outstanding performance of Hong Kong primary school students in PIRLS 2006. In Z. S. Hao & W. Chen (Eds.), China reading blue book (Vol. 1, pp. 247-261). Beijing: China Books Publisher.
  16. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2007). The impact of PIRLS in the Hong Kong, SAR. In K. Schwippert (Ed.), Progress in reading literacy: The impact of PIRLS 2001 in 13 countries (pp. 109-126) . Munster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH.
  17. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Cheung, W. M., & Kwan, C. Y. (2005). The Hong Kong writing project: Writing reform in primary schools. In M. S. K. Shum & D. L. Zhang (Eds.), Studies in writing - Teaching writing in Chinese speaking areas (pp. 171-197). The Netherland: Kluwer Academic Publisher.
  18. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Marton, F. (2004). Building up students' self-learning abilities: Reading. In S. K. Tse, M. S. K. Shum, W. W. Ki & X. Lin (Eds.), Chinese language curriculum and good practice in three countries and two regions (pp. 280-288). Guangzhou: Guangdong Higher Educational Press.
  19. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). The process of promoting language educational reform. In Y. W. Yu, X. Tin, C. M. Sze, S. K. Tse & Y. W. Au Yeung (Eds.), Language curriculum reform and teaching practice (pp. 397-408). Hong Kong Chinese Language Education Association.
  20. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Lam, Y. R., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). Learning to read: The advanced experience from the world and the performance of Hong Kong pupils. In C. S. S. Leung & S. C. Wong (Eds.), Current studies on reading research and the teaching of reading (pp. 33-57). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Reading Association.
  21. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., M. S. K. Shum, & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). Website for Chinese language education and reform of language education. In S. K. Tse, W. W. Ki & M. S. K. Shum (Eds.), Network for Chinese language education: Research, development and classroom usage (pp. 16-39). Guangzhou: Guangdong Higher Educational Press.
  22. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., M. S. K. Shum, & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). Promoting education language reform . In S. K. Tse, W. W. Ki & M. S. K. Shum (Eds.), Network for Chinese language education: Research, development and classroom usage (pp. 40-66). Guangzhou: Guangdong Higher Educational Press.
  23. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2002). Chinese educational computerized network - Promoting innovative Chinese teaching methods. In W. Y. Ng (Ed.), Information technology and Chinese language teaching (pp. 86-97). Hong Kong: China Education Association, Chinese Language Education Committee.
  24. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2002). Process in promoting language education reform. In Language curriculum reform and practice in teaching (pp. 397-408). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Chinese Language Research Association.
  25. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2001). Information technology assisted learning: Design and evaluation of curriculum. In New millennium in language education 2001 (pp. 175-198). Hong Kong: Faculty of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  26. Tse, S. K., Kwan, C. Y., Wong, K. C., Zhu, X., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2000). Chinese language education reform in primary education: From research to pratice. In Innovation in language education (pp. 127-141). Hong Kong: Faculty of Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  27. Tse, S. K., Zhu, X., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1998). The new assessment method of practical writing of Chinese by primary school pupils. In S. K. Tse (Ed.), Quality Education: The new development in Chinese education, pp. 7-21. Hong Kong: Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong.

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Refereed books

  1. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (Eds.). (in press). Effective teaching and learning of Chinese characters for non-Chinese speaking kindergarten students (in Chinese, 11 chapters). Beijing: Beijing Normal University Press.
  2. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., Lam, P. W. P., Cheung, W. Y., & Lui, W. L. (2008). Teaching and learning of Chinese for students with special educational needs. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  3. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Lam, R. Y., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2006). Learn to read: The performance of Hong Kong primary 4 students in PIRLS 2001. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Books and Research Reports

  1. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2010). A study of threshold standards of ethnic minority students for immersion in Chinese language lessons in Hong Kong schools. Unpublished research report, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong.
  2. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Zhu, X. (2008). A study on Chinese Language standards of ethnic minorities students in Hong Kong schools based on students’ performance in 2007 (in Chinese). Unpublished research report, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong.
  3. Tse, S. K.,, Loh, E. K. Y., Lam, J. W. I., Cheung, W. M., & Zhu, X. (2007). Collaborative Study on Chinese Language Standards of Ethnic Minorities Students in Local Schools of Hong Kong (in Chinese). Unpublished research report, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong.
  4. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2006). Pleasurable reading series: The naughty chinchilla (with teacher's guide and student's workbook). Hong Kong: Greenfield Education Centre.
  5. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). I am a primary one pupil (with teacher's guide and student's workbook). Hong Kong: Greenfield Education Centre.
  6. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1999). The teaching and learning of Chinese reading comprehension: Investigating the application of multi-media computer software into classroom practice. Unpublished research report, Department of Curriculum Studies, the University of Hong Kong.
  7. Tse, S. K., Lee, H. M., Tam, P. Y., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1998). The training of reading comprehension for university students: Project on improving their language abilities for daily use (with CD and user guide). Hong Kong: Universities Educational Research Grant Council, Research Council of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  8. Tse, S. K., Lee, H. M., Tam, P. Y., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1998). The training of communicative writing and reading comprehension for university students: Project on improving their language abilities for daily use (with CD and user guide). Hong Kong: Universities Educational Research Grant Council, Research Council of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Computer Softwares

  1. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., Lau, M. K., Lee, H. M., Tam, P. Y., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1998). Communicative Writing and Reading Comprehension for Tertiary Students: Computer disk, handbook and curriculum book. Hong Kong: Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  2. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., Lau, M. K., Lee, H. M., Tam, P. Y., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1998). Reading Comprehension and Reading Strategies for Tertiary Students: Computer disk, handbook and curriculum book. Hong Kong: Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Thesis

  1. Loh, E. K. Y. (2007). A study of Hong Kong primary school students’ ability to express emotions in their Chinese writing (pp. 587). Hong Kong: Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong.
  2. Loh, E. K. Y. (2000). Assessment of Chinese writing in primary schools (pp. 96). Hong Kong: Department of Applied Social Studies, The City University of Hong Kong.
  3. Loh, E. K. Y. (1998). Goal orientation, self-efficacy and self-regulation in language learning (pp. 90) (in Chinese). Hong Kong: Graduate School, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Conference Presentations

Keynote Speaker of Conferences

  1. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y. (2011). The inspiration of the teaching and learning of Chinese characters in kindergarten. Paper presented at the first National Pre-school Education Management and Research Conference, organized by the Living Knowledge Communities, Zhuhai, April 8, 2011.
  2. Loh, E. K. Y., Tse, S. K., & Ki, W. W. (2011). How the non-Chinese speaking students in Hong Kong attribute their academic performance in their learning of Chinese as a second language. Paper presented in the Conference on Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Chinese for Non-Chinese Speaking Students, organized by the Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong and the Beijing Normal University (Zhuhai Branch), China, March 5, 2011. (20 pp.)
  3. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Cheung, W. M. (2007). Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS): The comparison of Hong Kong and Taiwan results (PIRLS). Keynote speech presented in the International Reading Education Conference on Building up Students’ Reading Competitiveness: Learning from the experiences of other countries, organized by the Ministry of Education, Taiwan Government; National Science Council; Teacher Education Centre, Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction, National Central University; Research Center for Psychological and Education Testing, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, 13 December, 2007.
  4. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Cheung, W. M. (2007). Reading Teacher Education in Hong Kong. Keynote speech presented in the International Reading Education Forum , organized by the Ministry of Education, Taiwan Government; National Science Council; Teacher Education Centre, Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction, National Central University; Research Center for Psychological and Education Testing, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, 13 December, 2007.
  5. Tse, S. K., Lam, J. W. I., Loh, E. K. Y., & Cheung, W. M. (2007). The Reading Curriculum Reform in Hong Kong and the Reading Teacher Education in Hong Kong. Keynote speech presented in the International Reading Education Forum, organized by the Ministry of Education, Taiwan Government; National Science Council; Teacher Education Centre, Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction, National Central University; Research Center for Psychological and Education Testing, National Taiwan Normal University, Tainan, Taiwan, 14 December, 2007.

Paper Presented at Conferences

  1. Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). Effective strategies to enhance the non-Chinese speaking secondary school students’ Chinese language ability. Paper presented in the Inaugural Conference ; Asia-Pacific Chinese Language Teacher Association and English School Foundation, Hong Kong, 29-30 September, 2013
  2. Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). The enhancement of Hong Kong non-Chinese speaking secondary school students’ ability to read and write in Chinese. Paper presented in the 3rd The Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Second Language International Conference; Singapore Centre for Chinese Language (SCCL), Singapore, 12-13 September, 2013.
  3. Loh, E. K. Y. (2013). The key elements and process of teacher change: Hong Kong experience. Paper presented in the 9th International Conference of the International Association of the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education (IAIMTE); Universite Paris-Est Creteil, Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maitres, France, 11-13 June, 2013
  4. Loh, E. K. Y., Tse, S. K., & Tsui, S. K. (2013). Helping secondary school students to learn Chinese as a second language: Hong Kong experience. Paper presented in the 42th Annual Conference of the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE); the NABE, Orlando, USA, 7-9 February, 2013.
  5. Loh, E. K. Y., Tse, S. K., & Tsui, S. K. (2012). A study of the effectiveness of a school-based Chinese language curriculum design for non-Chinese speaking kindergarten students in Hong Kong. Paper presented in the 3rd International Conference on Learning and Teaching of Han Characters, organized the Beijing Normal University, China; CACLER, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong; and the Korea Society of Education in Chinese Characters and Classics, Korea, 19-20 August, 2012.
  6. Loh, E. K. Y., Tse, S. K., & Tsui, S. K. (2011). School-based Chinese language curriculum design for non-Chinese speaking kindergarten students in Hong Kong: Multiple case studies. Paper presented in the 2nd International Conference on Learning and Teaching of Han Characters, organized the Korea Society of Education in Chinese Characters and Classics, Korea; CACLER, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong; and Beijing Normal University, China, 22-23 October, 2011.
  7. Loh, E. K. Y. (2007). A Study of Hong Kong primary school students' ability to express emotions in their Chinese writing. Paper presented in the 2007 Postgraduate Research Students Conference, organized by Faculty of Education, The University, Hong Kong SAR, China, 19 January, 2007.  (30pp.)
  8. Loh, E. K. Y. (2005). A research on Hong Kong pupils' emotional expression in Chinese writing. Poster presented in the 2005 Research Fair, organized by Faculty of Education, The University, Hong Kong SAR, China, 29 January, 2005.  (27pp.)
  9. Loh, E.K. Y. (2003). A study of Hong Kong primary school children’s emotions expressed when writing in Chinese. Paper presented in the 4th International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, organized by International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, Amsterdam, and Association of Professional Portuguese, Lisbon, Portugal, 27-30 July, 2003. (15pp.)
  10. Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). A research on Hong Kong pupils' emotional expression in Chinese writing. Paper presented in the 2003 Postgraduate Research Students Conference, organized by Faculty of Education, The University, Hong Kong SAR, China, 31 May, 2003.  (27pp.)
  11. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2011). The importance of after-school private tutoring for the Chinese reading attainment of Grade 4 primary students in Hong Kong. Paper presented in the 8th International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, organized by International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, Hildesheim, Germany, 15- 17 June 2011. (15pp.)
  12. Chu, K. W. S., Tse, S.K., Loh, E. K. Y., Chow, K., Fung, H. F., & Ng, R. H. W. (2008). Primary four students’ development of reading ability through inquiry-based learning projects. Paper presented at the 37th Annual International Association of School Librarianship Conference, organized by International Association of School Librarianship, University of California at Berkeley, California, USA, 3-6 August 2008. (9pp.)
  13. Tse, S.K., Cheung, W. M., Lam, J. W. I., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2008). Linking Hong Kong teachers’ language awareness with the Progress of International Reading Literacy Study 2006. Paper presented at the 9th Association for Language Awareness Conference, organized by the Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, 26-29 June 2008. (15pp.)
  14. Tse, S. K., Loh, E. K. Y., & Lam, W. I. J. (2007). Foreign domestic helpers and children's reading attainment. Paper presented in the 6th International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, organized by International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, the University of Exeter, and the University of Amsterdam, Exeter, the United Kingdom, 27-29 March, 2007. (15pp.)
  15. Leong, C. K., Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2006). Text inferencing by Chinese children: Role of verbal working memory, two-character word reading, RAN and onset-rime segmentation. Paper presented in the 12th Society for the Scientific Studies of Reading Conference at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 6 - 8 July, 2006.
  16. Ki, W. W., Tse, S. K., Shum, S. K. M., Lin, X., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2003). Using information technology to enhance the teaching of higher order thinking in classroom: Across region case study. Paper presented in the 3rd Global Chinese Conference on Computer in Education, organized by Committee for Overseas Chinese, Taipei, 23-27 October, 2003.
  17. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2002). Chinese Education Web: Promoting innovative and effective Chinese teaching methods. Paper presented in the CITCLT 2002 International Conference, organized by China Education Association and China Education Association, Professional Committee of Secondary Chinese Education, Zhuhai, 11 to 14 October, 2002. (13pp.)
  18. Tse, S. K., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2001). Learning to learn – Language curriculum, innovation and practice. Paper presented in the 4th International Conference on Chinese Language Teaching Materials and Curriculum, organized by Hong Kong Chinese Education Association and City University of Hong Kong, 5 to 7 December, 2001. (11pp.)
  19. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., Lam, H. C., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2001). Information technology assisted on the promotion of language education reform. Invited speaker of the Teachers Training Conference, organized by Education Department of Singapore Government, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. (19pp.)
  20. Tse, S. K., Ki, W. W., & Loh, E. K. Y. (2000). Information technology assisted reading: From the design of curriculum to assessment. Paper presented in the Conference of the Chinese Language Teaching - Language Teaching in the New Era, organized by the Curriculum andTeaching Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 3, 2000. (32pp.)
  21. Tse, S. K., Kwan, C. Y., Wong, K. C., Zhu, X., & Loh, E. K. Y. (1999). Education research in the teaching of Chinese language in the primary schools: Theories and practices. Paper presented in the International Language Education Conference: Language, Curriculum and Assessment: Research, practice and management, organized by The CUHK, HKU, HKIEd, 17-19 December 1999.

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Invited Talks

(For school principals and teachers)

  1. Ling To Catholic Primary School (20th February, 2012). Theme: Assessment for learning – How to make use of TSA results to enhance the learning and teaching of Chinese characters and Chinese reading.
  2. Salesians of Don Bosco Ng Siu Mui Secondary School (10th November, 2011). Theme: Teaching and learning of Chinese characters of non-Chinese speaking secondary school students.
  3. Baptist (STW) Lui Ming Choi Primary School (8th October, 2011). Theme: Teaching and learning of Chinese reading and the development of students’ independent learning ability.
  4. Ling To Catholic Primary School (26th September, 2011). Theme: Teaching and learning of Chinese reading and the development of students’ independent learning ability.
  5. Curriculum Development Institute, Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (26th July, 2011). Theme: The Design of School-based Assessment Tools for Non-Chinese Speaking Students to Learn Chinese as a Second Langauge.
  6. Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education Studies, Hong Kong Institute of Education (2nd June, 2011). Theme: The learning and teaching of Chinese characters for non-Chinese speaking kindergarten students in Hong Kong.
  7. Curriculum Development Institute, Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (14th May, 2011). Theme: The Development of Assessment Tools for Non-Chinese Speaking Students in Hong Kong.
  8. Direccao dos Servicos de Educacao e Juventude (青年暨教育局), Macao Government (19th April, 2011). Theme: The teaching and learning of Chinese reading for primary and secondary school students.
  9. Longman Education (Hong Kong) (12th March, 2011). Theme: Enhancing the teaching and learning of Chinese reading in Hong Kong: From an international perspective.
  10. Education Bureau of Xining City, China and Hong Kong Financial Services Institute (18 January, 2011). Theme: The introduction of Hong Kong education system and the education reform.
  11. School of Education, San Francisco State University (1 June, 2010). Theme: A case study of the teaching and learning of Chinese as a second language for non-Chinese speaking primary school students in Hong Kong.
  12. National Taitung University, and Yung-Ling Research Center for Reading Instruction, Taiwan (26th April, 2010). Theme: Teaching and learning of children with speical educational needs.
  13. Taiwan National Pingtung University of Education, and Faculty of Arts, The University of Hong Kong (27th November, 2009). Theme: The development of teaching and learning of Chinese reading in Hong Kong primary schools.
  14. Longman Education (Hong Kong) (16th November, 2009). Theme: The development of the teaching and learning of Chinese characters in Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.
  15. Section of Primary and Secondary School Headmasters' Professional Training, Ningbo Education Bureau (13 November, 2009). Theme: The teaching and learning of Chinese reading for secondary school students.
  16. Ningpo Minister of Education, China and Registry, The University of Hong Kong (3rd and 13th November, 2009). Theme: The teaching and learning of Chinese language in Hong Kong. (For secondary and primary school principals and teachers of special grade from Ningpo, China.)
  17. Singapore Chinese Language Center and Centre for the Advancement of Chinese Language Education and Research (CACLER), The University of Hong Kong (3rd and 8th December, 2009). Theme: The teaching and learning of Chinese characters for students with diversify Chinese language ability.
  18. Section of Primary and Secondary School Teachers' Professional Training, Ningbo Education Bureau (4 November, 2009). Theme: How to enhance primary school students' reading ability.
  19. Kindergarten and Primary Section, Curriculum Development Institute, Education Bureau (23rd June, 2009). Theme: Enhancing reading quality and home-school cooperation in developing students' reading literacy.
  20. Beijing Normal University, Zhu Hai (19th June, 2009). Theme: Chinese language education reform in Hong Kong.
  21. Sacred Heart Canossian School (19th January, 2009). Theme: Teaching and learning of Chinese for students with special educational needs.
  22. T.W.G.Hs. Tang Shiu Kin Primary School (16th September, 2008). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Teaching of Chinese Characters.
  23. Hong Kong Book Fair 2008 (28th July, 2008). Theme: New Book Release Presentation - Teaching and learning of Chinese for students with special educational needs.
  24. Curriculum Development Institute, Education Bureau (19th January, 2008). Theme: Series of Chinese Language Learning and Teaching in Primary Schools: Inspiring by the findings of the PIRLS 2006, to the teaching and learning of Chinese reading in Hong Kong.
  25. S.K.H. Fung Kei Primary School and S.K.H. Fung Kei Millennium Primary School (14 January, 2008). Theme: Teaching and Learning of Chinese Language Reading.
  26. Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong and Salvation Army Shek Wu School (7 July, 2007). Theme: Modify school-based reading curriculum for Pupils with Special Education Needs.
  27. Sam Shui Natives Association Lau Pun Cheung School ( 29th Sepbember, 2006). Theme: Teaching and Learning of Chinese Characters: Students with special educational needs.
  28. Pentecostal Yu Leung Fat Primary School (17th July, 2006). Theme: New Methods in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese Language.
  29. Shatin Government Primary School (3rd March, 2006). Theme: Creative Dictation.
  30. Shatin Government Primary School (14th December, 2005). Theme: Teaching and Learning of Chinese Characters.
  31. Grantham College of Education Past Students' Association Whampao Primary School (19th October, 2005). Theme: Creative Dictation.
  32. Catholic Mission School (18th October, 2005). Theme: Creative Dictation.
  33. Hong Kong Book Fair 2005 (21st July, 2005). Theme: Learn to Read: Hong Kong students' reading performance.
  34. Hong Chi Winifred Mary Cheung Morninghope School (17th June, 2005). Theme: Creative Chinese Language dictation for children with special educational needs.
  35. Quality Education Fund (13th March, 2005) (Two repeated sessions). Theme: Theories and practice of "Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character".
  36. Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong (20th November, 2004). Theme: Bilingual Reading Abilities of Hong Kong Primary 4 Pupils.
  37. Kwong Ming Primary School (P.M.) (10th November, 2004). Theme: A Study on Hong Kong Pupils' Emotional Expression in Chinese Writing.
  38. Carmel Alison Lam Primary School (31st August, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  39. S.K.H. Yuen Chen Maun Chen Primary School (A.M. & P.M.) (27th August, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  40. Kwun Tong Government Primary School (P.M.) (14th July, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  41. Shatin Government Primary School (P.M.) (2nd July, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  42. Lingnan University Alumni Association Primary School (A.M.) (16th June, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  43. N.T.W.J.W.A.Ltd. Leung Sing Tak Primary School (A.M. & P.M.) (7th June, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  44. H.K.R.S.S. Tuen Mun Primary School (27th May, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  45. Hong Chi Winifred Mary Cheung Morninghope School (18th February, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  46. Sau Mau Ping Catholic Primary School (12th May, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character, and Teaching and Learning of Reading.
  47. Association of Schools Heads of Island District (1st December, 2004). Introducing the Chinese Education Web (Hong Kong): Development Day of Primary and Secondary School Teachers in the Islands District.
  48. Quality Education Fund (1st October, 2003). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character.
  49. Tun Yu School and Kam Tin Mung Yeung Public School (A.M.)  (15th July, 2003). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Character, New Whole Language Writing Approach and Teaching of Reading.
  50. Tai Po Old Market Public School (Plover Cove) (9th July, 2003). Theme: Teaching of Reading.
  51. A. D. & F. D. of Pok Oi Hospital Mrs Cheng Yam On School (26th June, 2003). Theme: New Whole Language Writing Approach and Teaching of Reading.
  52. S. K. H. St. Michael's Primary School (A.M.) (25th April, 2003). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  53. Tsuen Wan Lutheran School (14th April, 2003). Theme: New Whole Language Writing Approach and Teaching of Reading.
  54. Hoi Pa Street Government Primary School (3rd December, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  55. Salvation Army Shek Wu School (22nd September, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  56. Xianggang Putonghua Yanxishe Primary School of Science And Creativity (31st August, 2002). Theme: Teaching of Reading.
  57. Chiu Sheung School, Hong Kong (26th August, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  58. Island Road Government Primary School (9th July, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  59. Pui Ling School Of The Precious Blood (21st May, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  60. Canadian International School (17th May, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  61. Pui Tak Canossian Primary School (2nd May, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  62. Kwong Ming School (A.M.) (26th March, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and Creative Chinese Writing.
  63. Greenfield Educational Fund Ltd., and Department of Curriculum and Educational Studies, The University of Hong Kong (23rd March, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  64. The True Light Middle School of Hong Kong (Primary Section) (8th March, 2002). Theme: New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  65. Hong Kong Regional Office (Southern District), Education Department, HKSAR Government, & Precious Blood Primary School (Wah Fu Estate) (27th February, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  66. Education Regional Office (Southern District), Education Department, HKSAR Government, & Pui Tak Canossian Primary School (25th January, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  67. Hong Kong International School (18th January, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  68. Hong Kong Baptist Convention Primary School (12th November, 2001). Theme: New Whole Language Writing Approach: Talk and workshop.
  69. Shatin Government Primary School (P.M.) (26th October, 2001). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  70. Christian & Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Primary School (6th October, 2001). Theme: New Whole Language Writing Approach (Unconscious mind writing approach).
  71. Holy Angels Canossian School (A.M.) (11th July, 2001). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  72. Tai Po Old Market Public School (A.M.) and (P.M.) (29the August, 2000). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  73. Chai Wan Faith Love Lutheran School (P.M.) (13th July, 2000). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  74. Professional Support and Training Team, Students Guidance Section, Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government (30th June, 2000). Theme: Student Guidance Teachers Enhancement Programme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  75. St. Paul' Co-education Primary School (15th May, 2000). Theme: Good Practice of New Methods in Teaching Chinese in Primary School: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters, New Whole Language Writing Approach, Creative Chinese Writing and Dargonwise Series: Computer Assisted Learning of Chinese Reading Comprehension.

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(For parents)

  1. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (25th April, 2012). Theme: Effective reading strategies for young children.
  2. Western Pacific Kindergarten (8th October, 2011). Theme: How to help your children to learn Chinese as a second language.
  3. Ling To Catholic Primary School (24th September, 2011). Theme: How to develop your child independent learning ability.
  4. Greenfield Education Centre (30th May, 2011). Theme: How to Teach Chinese Characters in an Effective Way.
  5. Kindergarten and Primary Section, Curriculum Development Institute, Education Bureau (9th April, 2011). Theme: Enhancing reading quality and home-school cooperation in developing students' reading literacy.
  6. Kindergarten and Primary Section, Curriculum Development Institute, Education Bureau (4th April, 2011). Theme: Developing students' reading literacy in Hong Kong.
  7. Schools for Christ Foundation (6th November, 2010). Theme: Teaching and Learning Chinese Language in an Effective Way.
  8. Greenfield Educational Fund (18th September, 2010). Theme: How to help your child to do well in Chinese dictation.
  9. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (14th September, 2010). Theme: How to choose a good primary school for your child: Using Chinese language as an example.
  10. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (9th September, 2010). Theme: How to choose a good primary school for your child: Using Chinese language as an example.
  11. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (14th April, 2010). Theme: Reading makes you smart.
  12. Greenfield Educational Fund (13th March, 2010). Theme: The teaching and learning of Chinese characters.
  13. Hong Kong Taoist Association School (25th September, 2009). Theme: School-based Chinese language curriculum for non-Chinese speaking students.
  14. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (9th April, 2009). Theme: How to help your children to develop good reading habit and enhance their reading ability.
  15. T.W.G.Hs. Tang Shiu Kin Primary School (5th December, 2008). Theme: Teaching and learning of Chinese language.
  16. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (19th September, 2008). Theme: Choosing Primary School and Nurturing Your Child - A Talk for the parents.
  17. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (13th September, 2008). Theme: How to choose a suitable primary school for your child.
  18. Education Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government (26th January, 2008). Theme: Learning from the PIRLS 2006 findings to promote the reading capicity of students in Hong Kong.
  19. Salvation Army Shek Wu School (5th November, 2005). Theme: Teaching of Chinese Reading Comprehension:r Pupils with Special Education Needs.
  20. Salvation Army Shek Wu School (21st May, 2005). Theme: Problems of pupils with special education needs in learning Chinese characters, and strategies to teach them Chinese characters and reading comprehension.
  21. Salvation Army Shek Wu School (30th October, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters for Pupils with Special Education Needs.
  22. Hong Chi Winifred Mary Cheung Morninghope School (18th February, 2004). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters for Pupils with Special Education Needs.
  23. Salvation Army Shek Wu School (18th October, 2003). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters for Pupils with Special Education Needs.
  24. C.& M. A. Chui Chak Lam Memorial School and Curriculum Development Institute, EMB (20th September, 2003). Theme: How to Develop Reading Environment at Home.
  25. H. K. T. A. Chan Lui Chung Tak Memorial School (24th July, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  26. Island Road Government Primary School (9th July, 2002). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  27. North Point Government Primary School (P.M.) (14th September, 2001). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters and New Whole Language Writing Approach.
  28. S. K. H. Kei Lok Primary School (A.M.) and (P.M.) (21st July, 2001). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.
  29. Tai Po Old Market --- Public School (A.M.) and (P.M.) (23rd September, 2000). Theme: Comprehensive and Effective Learning of Chinese Characters.

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