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Lingyun Huang (Franco) is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction of the Faculty of Education and Human Development at the Education University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D. from McGill University (Learning Sciences), M.Ed. from Technical University Munich (Education), and B.A from Jiangxi Normal University (English Education). Before joining the Education University of Hong Kong in 2023, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Hong Kong, holding the RGC Postdoctoral Fellowship Award.

Dr. Huang’s research explores the potential of technology in education, including but not limited to designing intelligent technology-rich learning environments and assessing the effectiveness of such environments on teaching and learning. As a learning scientist, Dr. Huang is interested in adopting artificial intelligence computational techniques to examine learners’ cognition, metacognition, behavioral, and affective patterns hidden in learning trajectories. His research makes implications for improving the designs of environments, making them more intelligent, adaptive, and ergonomic for teachers and learners across disciplines to increase their productivity and performance.

Research interests

Designs of technology-rich environments

Technology-enabled teacher professional development

Self-regulated learning

Learning emotions

Learning sciences and analytics 

Teaching Interests

Technology in teaching and learning

Data literacy and assessment

Research methods

Learning sciences and analytics

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