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    EdUHK research on resistance as form of resilience in sexual, gender minorities

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals across the globe experience prejudice, discrimination, hate crimes, and many other forms of victimisation. As a fundamental...

    EdUHK research on role of feedback orientation in converting external feedback to learning opportunities

    Dr Yang Lan, Assistant Professor at the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, The Education University of Hong Kong, has written a book chapter entitled...

    How Chinese–English bilingual fourth graders draw on syntactic awareness in reading comprehension

    Improved reading comprehension is the ultimate goal of all models of reading development and programmes of reading instruction. Syntax, or sentence structure, plays a...

    Studying intergenerational support between mothers, adult children during COVID-19

    Intergenerational support between aging parents and adult children is important for the well-being of both groups, especially during public health emergencies. However, few previous...

    Role of integrative psycho-biophysiological markers in predicting psychological resilience

    The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) and parasympathetic nervous systems have been reported to play important roles in regulating emotion and coping with stress. But their direct...

    EdUHK carries out research on assessment-as-learning in China

    Dr Lao Hongling, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Department of Curriculum and Instruction (C&I), The Education University of Hong Kong, has co-authored a book chapter...

    EdUHK research on how habitus influences migration trajectories of African students in China

    Global flows of international students have diversified in recent years. As a result, the common association of this form of mobility with affluent members...

    EdUHK research on informal digital learning of English and L2 willingness to communicate

    A study by The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) suggests that learners of English as a foreign language (EFL) are more likely to...

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