Project Brief Description

The project, "Cultivating Students’ Global Perspectives through Course Design with an Emphasis on the Affective Aspect of Learning", will develop an instructional framework for cultivating students' global perspectives. It will demonstrate the impact that a due emphasis on the affective aspect of learning has on students' development of intercultural competence (including knowledge and attitudes). Finally, the project will develop case studies and other resources highlighting the participating lecturers' best pedagogical practices. This cross-disciplinary project will include team members from nine departments across all three faculties, including five Teaching Award recipients, together with two external Co-Ss from North America specialising in cultural psychology and global citizenship education.

Introduction to Staff Participants

Welcome to our staff participants!

 

Here is a brief video introducing our motivations and pedagogical framework, and explaining what we'll be doing in the next semester and year.

 

Thanks for joining us!

Team Members

Principal Project Supervisors

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Phone Number: 2948 8756

Email: buchtel@eduhk.hk

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, EdUHK 

 

Research Interest:
Dr. Emma E. Buchtel seeks to explore and deepen our understanding of Chinese cultural influences on psychology, including moral concepts, values, motivation and reasoning styles, and their implications for Western theories. 

Assistant Professor, Department of International Education, EdUHK 

 

Research Interest:
The research interests of Dr. Stephen Chatelier emerge from political and ethical questions involving education and the human, particularly in the context of globalization. Dr Chatelier began his career in education as a secondary humanities teacher, and has experience in the IB MYP and DP.

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Phone Number: 2948 8510

Email: sechatelier@eduhk.hk

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Phone Number: 2948 7351

Email: ekwyu@eduhk.hk

Professor, Department of Literature and Cultural Studies, EdUHK

 

Research Interest:

The research specialisations and teaching interests of Prof. YU Kwan Wai Eric range from romantic poetry, gothic fiction, travel literature, comparative literature, to popular film genres. He has been Secretary General and Executive Board Member of Comparative Literature Association of R.O.C.

Co-Supervisors 


                                           / Associate Professor
                                                 

 

                                             /Assistant Professor

Dr Kris HARTLEY / Assistant Professor

Dr HO Wai Yip / Associate Professor

                                                    / Assistant Professor

 

                                           / Assistant Professor

 

                                                      /Assistant Professor

 

                                             /Principal Lecturer

 

Dr JIANG Da /Assistant Professor

 

                                                  / Professor

 

                                    / Research Associate

Faculty of Humanities, EdUHK

Department of Literature and Cultural Studies

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, EdUHK

Department of Social Sciences​

 

Department of Asian and Policy Studies​

Department of Social Sciences​

Department of Asian and Policy Studies​

Department of Cultural and Creative Arts​

Faculty of Education and Human Development, EdUHK

Department of Education Policy and Leadership​

Department of Curriculum and Instruction​

Department of Special Education and Counselling​

University of Delaware

Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences

University of Oregon

Department of Educational Methodology, Policy, and Leadership

Participating Teaching Staff

Dr.KANG Jong Hyuk, David  / Assistant Professor

Miss BIBI, Tayyaba/ Lecturer

Ms Elke VAN DERMIJNSBRUGGE  / Lecturer

Dr. Kelvin LO, Man Fung Lecturer

Prof. Liz JACKSON / Professor

Faculty of Humanities, EdUHK

Department of Literature and Cultural Studies

Department of English Language Education

 

Faculty of Education and Human Development, EdUHK

Department of International Education

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, EdUHK

Department of Mathematics and Information Technology

Faculty of Education and Human Development, EdUHK

Department of International Education

Research Assistants & Student Members

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BSocSci (Honours) in Psychology graduate, 2020, Department of Psychology, EdUHK 

 

Sulthana graduated from EdUHK's Psychology programme in 2020.

Having grown up in Hong Kong, she has experience teaching both Chinese and non-Chinese primary and secondary students, and is interested in working in the Education / Psychology fields with a special interest in improving the lives and outcomes of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong.
 

Sulthana Rushda ABDUL AZEEZ (Sulthana)

Former Staff

Yuxin JI (Asteria) 紀宇欣

BScoSci (Honours) in Psychology graduate, 2021, Department of Psychology, EdUHK 

 


Asteria finished her final year of the BScoSci(Honours) in Psychology

and minoring in English Studies. As of Fall 2021, she will start her MPhil degree in I/O Psychology at CUHK.

She is interested in behavior science, decision-making, organizational psychology as well as human capital issues.

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