CHU Ka Wing 朱嘉穎

Research Projects


  • How to Help Teachers Change: An Exploratory and Comparative Study of the Impact of Teacher Change Agency Partnerships on Teacher Professional Development in Beijing and Hong Kong
  • CHU Ka Wing
    23 June 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This research aims at investigating the impact of teacher-change agency partnerships (i.e., school-university partnership) on teacher professional development in two different regions-Beijing and Hong Kong. Qualitative approach will be used in this exploratory and comparative study. The focus will be laid on two school university projects in Beijing and Hong Kong. Altogether ten interviewees from the school as well as the university will be approached for at least once for the interview respectively. The research findings will be expected to enrich the academic literature on impact of external change-agency partnerships on teacher professional development and generate relevant practical recommendation to teacher learning policy both in Hong Kong and in Beijing. (ED07807)


  • Provision Services for Conducting the “Study on the Curriculum Reform 2008”
  • FOK Ping Kwan, LO Nai Kwai Leslie (Educational Administration & Policy), WONG Hin Wah (Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research), CHAN To, CHU Ka Wing, HA Sau Ching Amy (Sports Science & Physical Education), HAU Kit Tai (Educational Psychology), LAU Kit Ling, Edith Lai, LEUNG Yat Ming (Ctr for University & School Partnership), NG Pun Hon, TANG Kwok Chun*, TANG Lai Yiu Eunice, WONG So Lan*, XU Huixuan (Office of University General Education)
    6 June 2008
    Education Bureau

    The study aims at exploring the views of stakeholders concerning the curriculum reform in the past few years, with three specific objectives (Education Bureau, 2008, pp.1-2):

    1. In the report entitled Learning to Learn: The Way Forward in Curriculum Development, 2001, the Curriculum order to inform the way forward for curriculum reform for 2012 and beyond. As the baseline snapshot at the beginning of the medium-term phase of the reform, the information collected would provide the basis for tracking the development of the curriculum reform in basic education (Primary 1- Secondary 3) and the impact on students in medium-term phase;

    2. In the 2005 report entitled The New Academic Structure for Senior Secondary Education and Higher Education: Action Plan for Investing in the Future of Hong Kong, the blueprint for a new academic structure which comprises a 3-year school curriculum at senior secondary level and a 4-year undergraduate programme at university, and the road map for introducing the new academic structure were laid out. The Study is to solicit views from secondary school heads/deputy heads, middle managers and teachers on curriculum planning and preparation as they migrate towards the New Senior Secondary (NSS) curriculum, as well as to collect baseline data from students for evaluating the impact of the NSS. The information collected would also help the Bureau to identify and address critical issues and concerns as we approach the launch of the NSS curriculum in 2009; and

    3. The information collected from students will form baseline data for evaluation of the impact of the medium-term curriculum reform in basic education and the NSS curriculum on students. (ED07400)



Research Publications


  • 《一個都不能少 : 個別差異的處理》與黃顯華合編,台北市:師大書苑有限公司,2002
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC LB1555 .H9 2002)



  • 《夥伴合作對教師學習的影響 [顯微資料] :一個有關教師實施專題研習教學的探究》,香港中文大學(哲學博士) 論文,2005
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis LB1727.H6 Z48 2005)


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