Educational developments and research, with special reference to Hong Kong
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Published by Hong Kong University Press in Hong Kong .
Written in English

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Statementby Norman K. Henderson.
SeriesHong Kong Council for Educational Research publications -- no.1
ContributionsHong Kong Council for Educational Research.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages44
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Open LibraryOL18245591M

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Special Education Information Sheet. Aim. The aim of special education in Hong Kong is to provide children having special educational needs (SEN) with education services to help them develop their potential to the full, achieve as much independence as they are capable of, and become well-adjusted individuals in the community. The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), a publicly funded tertiary institution, is an Education-focused, research-active university offering multidisciplinary programmes at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.   At first, the educational system in Hong Kong was similar to those in the UK, as it was administrated by the United Kingdom till Since that time, there have been some changes in the schooling system. The Ministry came up with the new educational system in Hong Kong in /, which was close to the systems in China and even the USA/5(7). Research in Education provides a space for fully peer-reviewed, critical, trans-disciplinary, debates on theory, policy and practice in relation to ational in scope, we publish challenging, well-written and theoretically innovative contributions that question and explore the concept, practice and institution of Education as an object of study.

An array of research and professional development centres has been established to facilitate the growth of expertise in multi-disciplinary research. Our University-level Research Centres aspire to become the new foci of cutting-edge research with long-lasting impact in the Region and worldwide. University-level Research Centres Academy of Hong Kong Studies (AHKS) Assessment Research Centre. Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and ional methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion and directed ion frequently takes place under the guidance of educators, however learners can also educate themselves. Education can take place in formal or informal settings and any. Hong Kong also has separate schools for the blind, the deaf, the physically handicapped, and a school for students with social adjustment problems. Some of these schools are residential. All of the special education schools provide nurses, social workers, educational psychologists, speech therapists, and other specialists. The aim of the Handbook is to present readily accessible, but scholarly sources of information about educational research in the Asia-Pacific region. The scale and scope of the Handbook is such that the articles included in it provide substantive contributions to knowledge and understanding of education in the Asia region. In so doing, the articles present the problems and issues facing.

This comprehensive handbook is the ultimate reference work, providing authoritative and international overviews of all aspects of schools and schooling in Asia. Split into 19 sections it covers curriculum, learning and assessment, private supplementary tutoring, special education, gender issues, eth. Coverage: - present Peer-reviewed and published international journal articles and conference papers on the latest research, developments, and applications related to all aspects of Educational Technology and : Linda Lee. Studied the acculturation of Asian students (aged 13–15 yrs) and compared the findings with those from a sample of 98 students (aged 14–25 yrs) used by P. A. Ghuman () to construct and. the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government was working to implement the 3-year free kindergarten education and ‘develop one of the best, most competitive kindergarten education policies’ in the world (as cited in Chong ).