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Chinese Name : 溫麗妍
Variants : Wan, L. Y. S.
Dr Sarah Wan received her PhD from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining The Education University of Hong Kong, she had taught at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Department of Educational Psychology) and The Open University of Hong Kong (School of Arts and Social Sciences). She now teaches Psychology and Education courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. As Lead Developer of e-learning and blended learning in a multitude of courses, she is keen on innovations in teaching, and advancement of teaching methodologies and curriculum development. In addition, Dr Sarah Wan is a teacher educator who provides teaching practice supervision for pre-service and in-service teachers.
Her research interests center on cross-cultural personality assessment, and educational and vocational development in adolescence. She is currently participating in a couple of collaborative research projects, including use of positive education approaches in enhancing individual and psychosocial development of secondary school students and college students, cross-cultural study of vocational development in American and Chinese high school students, as well as longitudinal study of vocational development in high school students and college students. Other research interests include blended learning in higher education and work-family interface among women.
Her research interests center on cross-cultural personality assessment, and educational and vocational development in adolescence.
Research output: Other contribution › Other contributions
Research output: Contribution to journal › Articles
Teaching development grants final and financial report: Enhancing students' personal and psychosocial development with self-learning kit: A positive education approachCHAN, W. Y. A., TANG, H. Y. C. & WAN, L. Y. S., 2017
Research output: Other contribution › Teaching Development Grants (TDG)