CHENG Kin Yee Daniel 鄭堅義

Research Projects


  • In-service Teacher Development Courses on Project Learning in Personal, Social and Humanities Education (PSHE)
  • LEE Chi Kin John, CHENG Kin Yee Daniel (Faculty Office of Education), CHEUNG Wai Chun (Faculty Office of Education)#, CHOW Chun Yi (Ctr For University & School Partnership), FUNG Yee Wang (Faculty Office of Education), KO Mo Lin Regina (Faculty Office of Education), LAM Wing Po (Ctr For University & School Partnership), SHIU Lai Hung (Faculty Office of Education)#, MA Hing Tong (Faculty Office of Education), TUNG Man Chi (Ctr For University & School Partnership), CHEUNG Yuet Sai Louisa (Faculty Office of Education)
    9 February 2002
    Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government

    The objectives of the courses are:

    (1) to enable teachers to acquire a through understanding of the theoretical basis of project learning, its impact on students’ learning, its application in the Key Learning Area (KLA) of Personal, Social and Humanities Education (PSHE) and school-based implications;

    (2) to provide teachers with the basic knowledge and skills in the design, conduct and assessment of project learning; and

    (3) to motivate teachers and prepare them to play a more active role in collaborating with their colleagues in promoting learning in school.

    Special features of the course content and mode:

    (1) In addition to lectures, experience-sharing and discussion activities, field study will be used to provide participants with some first-hand experience and help them to apply the ideas learnt in the course in a school-based setting.

    (2) An individual assignment will be used to help participants plan the design and implementation of project learning in their own school-based context. Feedback will be given to the participants. (ED01980)


  • Provision of Services by External Agencies for Conducting External School Reveiws 2007
  • LEE Chi Kin John, CHEUNG Yuet Sai Louisa (Ctr for University & School Partnership), LAW Hing Lun*, KO Mo Lin, Regina*, LAW Sin Yee Angelina*, MAK CHAN Shuk Yin, LO Chuk Ching (Ctr for University & School Partnership), MA Hing Tong (Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research), NG Ka Kit Clement (Ctr for University & School Partnership)#, CHENG Kin Yee Daniel (Ctr for University & School Partnership), LI Mi Ying Natalia (Ctr for University & School Partnership)
    28 February 2007
    Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government

    In this project the Centre for University and School Partnership (CUSP) as a contractor, will provide services for conducting External School Reviews in secondary/primary schools in Hong Kong and compile relevant reports to schools and the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The External School Review is tasked to validate the school self-assessment, to review the school self-evaluation mechanism and process and give strategic advice to school on sustainable development A Review Team composed of Lead School Reviewers, School Reviewers and External Reviewers will totally conduct five Reviews in 1 long Kong during the period of 28 February 2007 to 28 February 2008. Two Reviews will be conducted in secondary schools and three in primary schools. (ED06708)


  • Workshop on Curriculum Development and Catering for Student Diversity
  • LEE Chi Kin John, CHENG Kin Yee Daniel (Faculty Office of Education), CHEUNG Wai Chun (Faculty Office of Education)#, CHEUNG Yuet Sai Louisa (Faculty Office of Education), CHOW Chun Yi (Ctr For University & School Partnership), CHUI Chau Sui (Faculty Office of Education), FUNG Yee Wang (Faculty Office of Education), KO Mo Lin Regina (Faculty Office of Education), MA Hing Tong (Faculty Office of Education), TUNG Man Chi (Ctr For University & School Partnership)
    6 February 2002
    Education Department, Hong Kong SAR Government

    The main objective of the workshop is to heighten junior secondary school teachers’ awareness of issues related to curriculum and education reforms approaches in catering for student diversity. The features of the workshops include:

    (1) An inside or inside-out perspective: involvement of frontline middle managers and teachers to provides insights and share experiences on how secondary school can handle recent changes in curriculum reforms as well as adopt varied teaching approaches in catering for student diversity.

    (2) An outside-in perspective: involvement of curriculum specialists and School Development Officers (SDOs) to provide insights on how secondary school practitioners can handle recent changes in curriculum reforms and adopt varied teaching approaches in catering for student diversity.

    (3) A mixed approach delivery: including lectures, constructivistic activities, and group discussions. (ED01982)



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