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    EdUHK research reveals influence of sensory-motor components of handwriting on Chinese character learning

    A large body of research supports the critical role of handwriting in reading, both in alphabetic languages and Chinese. Studies of alphabetic languages found...

    EdUHK’s holistic health programmes contribute to family harmony

    As physical activity (PA) has significant benefits for health and fitness, the WHO recommends that children and adults engage at least 60 minutes and...

    EdUHK Clinches six awards at International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva

    The Education University of Hong Kong has received four silver medals and two bronze at the 48th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva in...

    EdUHK researcher builds corpus to support learning, teaching of Cantonese

    Hong Kong is a multilingual society, but nearly 90% of the population speak Cantonese as a first language. Cantonese is used in both formal...

    Exploring the relationship between school kindness and students’ sense of belonging

    Recent studies have demonstrated that character strengths, including a group of individual characteristics that have moral value and lead to ‘good virtues,’ play a...

    EdUHK research reveals healthy eating education improves young adults’ eating habits

    A population health survey in Hong Kong revealed that 50% of people aged 15 to 84 were either overweight or obese because of insufficient...

    EdUHK’s health risk assessments based on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in freshwater fish

    Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are toxic organic pollutants, which are usually deposited in soil and marine sediments through petroleum contamination, fossil fuel burning, fallout...

    EdUHK’s Dr Jesus Alfonso Datu named APS Rising Star

    Dr Jesus Alfonso D. Datu, Assistant Professor at the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC), The Education University of Hong Kong, was named...

    EdUHK’s Dr Linnie Wong wins CiCea annual best publication award

    The award-winning article entitled ‘School leadership for civic learning: the case of socio-political turbulence in Hong Kong’, was co-authored with Professor John Lee Chi-kin,...

    Nepalese PhD Student at EdUHK Aspires to Turn “Chalk and Talk” into Fun STEM Lessons

    Even as “STEM” has become a buzzword, gaining global popularity in the education sector in recent years, there are still some parts of the...

    The case for equality in education

    Many parents dig deep into their pockets to finance their children’s schooling, from expensive kindergartens to local/overseas universities, hoping to give them a solid...