CHUI Ching Ying 崔晶盈

Research Projects


  • Export Potential of Hong Kong Education Services
  • HUNG Fan Sing, SHIVE Glenn Landes, DIU Chin Kee (School of Continuing and Professional Studies), WANG Xiaohua*, CHUI Ching Ying (Curriculum & Instruction), MAK CHAN Shuk Yin (Curriculum & Instruction)
    1 August 2004
    Hong Kong Trade Development Council

    This study aims to assess the export potential of Kong Kong’s education services on a commercial basis, particularly with mainland China as the primary market and with higher education as the primary export of education services, while recognizing the competition from other education-exporting economies. The exports can be in the form of establishing schools or offering educational courses/programmes in markets outside Hong Kong (outbound mode) or enrolling non-resident students to study in Hong Kong’s educational institutions, schools and universities (inbound mode). The study also aims to recommend marketing priorities and strategies for Hong Kong as a whole and education services providers in particular in promoting Hong Kong’s exports of education services. Policy recommendations and institutional adjustments will also be made based on the findings of the study. The study is significant to the future development of Hong Kong in terms of the importance of education exports to the economy as a whole, the development opportunities of the education sector in Hong Kong, and the international importance of Hong Kong in the educational and cultural exchange.
    Specific research questions to be addressed in this study include the competitive advantages and disadvantages of Hong Kong’s exports of education services on a commercial basis; the student profiles of the potential market for Hong Kong’s exports of education services, particularly with mainland China as the primary market; the relevant, cost-effective marketing priorities and strategies for education services providers in Hong Kong; and the recommendations on policy and institutional arrangement of Hong Kong in promoting the exports. Methods of this study include literature review, questionnaire and interviews surveys in Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an, Guangzhou, Donnggong, and Shenzhen cities in mainland China, interview surveys in Hong Kong, and case studies in Hong Kong. Findings from these 4 methods of survey will be analyzed holistically, applying the SWOT approach and a 3-dimension (costs and benefits, short- and long-term, society’s and education services provider’s point of view) frame of analysis.
    It is hoped that the results of this study can help education services providers identify the potential market segments and formulate their marketing priorities and strategies, while making relevant policy recommendations to the government and promotion recommendations to the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. (ED04382)


  • Professional Enhancement Programme on Environmental Education for Primary School Teachers
  • LEE Chi Kin John, WU Kam Wah, LAM Kin Che (Dept of Geography & Resource Management), SIU Lai Ping Teresa, YIP Din Yan, FUNG Yee Wang (Faculty Office of Education), MAK CHAN Shuk Yin, CHUI Ching Ying, LAI Man Hong (Dept of Educational Administration & Policy), LAM Wing Po (Ctr For University & School Partnership), MA Hing Tong (Faculty Office of Education), TANG Yiu Nam, CHEUNG Tsui Man (Faculty Office of Education)#, Tang Mei Sin*, LAI Tak Fai Larry*, Prof Moira Chan-Yeung*, Dr Daniella TILBURY*, WONG Hin Wah
    1 December 2001
    Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government

    This project aims at providing a pioneering professional enhancement programme on environmental education for the Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Department, HKSAR. The aims of the project are:
    (1) To empower teachers to become curriculum leaders in environmental education with a view to enhancing their competency and confidence to develop school-based curriculum programmes relating to environmental education in the context of moral and civic education;
    (2) To enhance teachers’ motivation, capacity and skills in using the life event approach; and
    (3) To develop teachers’ action research skills. The project team will develop web-based self-access materials and provide face-to-face sessions including seminars, workshops, field studies and laboratory work. Participants are required to submit an action research report. Assessment of the participants will also be conducted upon the completion of the programme. (ED01686)


  • Provision of Research Service for 2004 Summer Reading Programmes
  • CHUI Ching Ying
    1 November 2003
    Leisure & Cultural Services Department, HKSAR Government

    Provision of research service to study on the published children literature to develop text-based materials for organizing a large scale exhibition which is one of the major events of the 2004 Summer Reading Programme for Hong Kong Public Libraries and to deliver a full research report on the subject. (AL03473)


  • 協助小學中國語文教師建立專業學習社群計劃 (Helping Chinese Language Teachers in Primary Schools to Build Up Professional Learning Communities)
  • 李子建 LEE Chi Kin John, KO Mo Lin, Regina*, 崔晶盈 CHUI Ching Ying, CHOW Hon Kwong*, Leung Chun Wai*, LEUNG Po Ching (Ctr for University & School Partnership), 區婉儀 AU Yuen Yee Mandy (Faculty Office of Education), TSUI Kwai King*
    1 March 2008
    Education Bureau

    課程目標:
    讓學員透過本地中文科師資培訓專家及學者的講授與支援,並連繫內地學者及本地學校網絡,學員能:
    1. 學習教學內容(課程與教材)的管理及教學行為(過程與方法)的管理,全面提升中文科的學與教效能;
    2. 了解內地語文科改革的經驗,以作為香港小學中文科課程改革的借鏡;
    3. 進行校本課程與教材的調適及行動研究,以提升教學效能;
    4. 建立學校領導層與中層教師在校本改革中的新角色,加強中文科的協作,以建立專對學習社群;
    5. 與他校交流及分享行動研究的經驗與成果,訂定未來校本中文科教學計劃。
    計劃內容:
    一. 第一階段課程,課程分為六個教節:包括上課、小組討論、工作坊。
    1. 首兩次為校長、副校長及科主任而設的課程,每次三小時。
    2. 其他四次為科主任及教師而設的工作坊,每次三小時。
    3. 上課的時間可以安排在放學後、假期或星期六。
    二. 階段內地交流(以粵語方言區為主)。
    三. 到校支援及協助教師進行研究(由香港中文大學 教育學院 大學與學校夥伴協作中心學校發展主任負責進行訪校、參與共同備課及進行觀課)。
    (ED07682)


  • 「香港文學教育:香港文學欣賞教材套」研究與發展計劃 (Teaching and Learning of Hong Kong Literature: An Education Kit for Project: An Education Kit for Promoting the Appreciation of Hong Kong Literature)
  • 崔晶盈 CHUI Ching Ying, 趙明明 CHIU Ming Ming (Dept of Educational Psychology), 李子建 LEE Chi Kin John, 黃顯華 WONG Hin Wah, 盧乃桂 LO Nai Kwai Leslie (Dept of Educational Administration & Policy), 余迺永 YU Nae Wing
    1 January 2003
    Hong Kong Arts Development Council

    此計劃旨在配合中國語文教育領域的課程改革以及教與學的理論﹐就加強文學元素、單元教材編選設計、資訊科技輔助教學等方面﹐研究開發香港文學教學軟件。 計劃同時希望透過系統的編選﹐從點到面﹐整體而概括地呈現香港文學的發展面貌﹐以期在校園內提倡及推廣香港文學教育。軟件設計將會著重發揮個別化學習的功能﹐照顧學習者的差異﹐務求達致高效能的教與學。(ED02384)


  • 從閱讀到教學 -- 教師及教學專家交流閱讀、寫作與課程設計經驗工作坊及出版計劃 (Workshop on Teacher, Writer and Educator: Reading, Writing & Curriculum Design Experience Exchange)
  • 崔晶盈 CHUI Ching Ying
    22 November 2001
    Hong Kong Arts Development Council

    計劃分為兩大部分:教師文學培訓課程及《香港文學的閱讀與教學》一書的出版。 教師文學培訓課程細分兩個部分,第一部分為「認識當代香港文學庭談會」,簡介當代香港文學的發展概況及重要的作家作品;第二部分為「香港文學的閱讀與教學工作坊」﹐透過作家發教學專家出席工作坊,與參與的教師交流閱讀、寫作和教學設計的經驗,希望提高教師欣賞及設計香港文學教材的能力。
    《香港文學的閱讀與教學》一書內容主要分為「認識當代香港文學」,以及「散文工作坊」、「新詩工作坊」、「小說工作坊」四個部分。
    「認識當代香港文學」包括概論文章一篇及陳智德、許迪鏘、關夢南、顏純鉤四位的主講內容,有縱向概述文學發展、文壇概況,也有橫向論介重要作家及作品。
    「散文」、「新詩」及「小說」三個工作坊,分別由作家陶傑、胡燕青、黃國彬、王良和、董啟章、陳寶珍等自述創作經驗、作品特色等,並由高慕蓮、周漢光、楊熾均、崔晶盈及何惠靈就不同文體的特色、教學重點、教學設計等方面引導參與教師作深入的討論。
    (AL01842)



Research Publications


  • 《香港文學的閱讀與敎學》(與廖志强合编),香港:香港藝術發展局,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X5165 2002; NA PL3032.H6 X5165 2002 c.2)



  • 〈香港文學欣賞教材套:小說篇〉,互動光碟,香港特別行政區: 香港中文大學香港教育研究所,2004.12。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X543 2004 CDROM 1; UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X543 2004 CDROM 2; UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X543 2004 CDROM 3)



  • 〈香港文學欣賞教材套:散文篇〉,互動光碟,香港特別行政區: 香港中文大學香港教育研究所,2004.12。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X543 2004 CDROM 1; UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X543 2004 CDROM 2; UL HK Literature PL3032.H6 X543 2004 CDROM 3)



  • 〈香港中國語文教育新課程中的實用文類寫作教材的分析〉,論文發表於《第七屆現代應用文國際研討會》,主辦機構為香港大學教育學院,2003.10.23。



  • 〈香港、澳門、大陸政府公文的發展和現狀〉,《寫作》,武漢大學,2003.12,頁33-36。
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical PN109 .H77 2003)



  • 〈淺談香港教育改革過程中語文教師的角色〉,論文發表於《海峽兩岸中國語文教育學術研討會》,主辦機構為武漢大學,2004.04.13。


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