This project examines the role of writing readiness skills in the early development of Chinese character writing. Despite a pedagogical shift towards digital literacy for very young children, handwriting with paper and pencil have significantly more impact on the brain development of young children than typing or writing on tablet computers.
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To arouse primary school students’ interest in Chinese history and culture, EdUHK has developed a series of animated videos to present the life stories and positive attributes of 10 historical figures...
To cultivate junior form students’ interest in Chinese language and culture and develop their moral values through diverse and vivid learning experiences, EdUHK launched a three-year project...
Dr Jang Sung Tae, Assistant Professor at the Department of Education Policy and Leadership, has won the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Special Interest Group (SIG) Research on Women and Education (RWE) Selma Greenberg Dissertation Award.
The Education University of Hong Kong aims to develop students' international perspectives and knowledge so that they will be well-equipped to become caring global citizens and professionals in their own fields.
- Fondly called “Professor Tree”, Professor Jim Chi-yung is widely known in Hong Kong as the straight-talker who loves, defends and promotes Hong Kong’s heritage trees...
- Many parents in Hong Kong dig deep into their pockets to finance their children’s schooling, from expensive kindergartens to local/overseas universities...
- Chinese language learning continues to rise in popularity around the world, but picking up the language can be a challenge for nonnative speakers who are not familiar with the script. Unlike alphabetic languages...