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20092019
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Chinese Name : 黃美儀

Variants : Wong, M.-Y.

May Wong is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Sciences at the Education University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining the Department, she engaged in different capacities in the field of education in Hong Kong, including teaching, curriculum development, design of learning materials, provision of school support services and teacher professional development programmes. She is currently engaged in research projects on power relations, religious education in multi-religious society, teaching of values and moral education in primary and secondary schools and higher education classrooms, and teacher professional development.

Research interests

Power relations (the perspective of sociology of education), Values education, Moral education, Curriculum development, Teacher professional development

Professional information

Scopus ID : 56693514900

ORCID : 0000-0001-7130-8123

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Hong Kong Social Sciences
religious education Social Sciences
teacher Social Sciences
student Social Sciences
moral education Social Sciences
student teacher Social Sciences
Values Social Sciences
Teaching Social Sciences

Research Outputs 2009 2019

religious education
teaching practice
Hong Kong
Religion
learning

Religious education in a multi-religious context: An examination of four religious schools in Hong Kong

WONG, M. Y., 2018, Religion and education: Comparative and international perspectives . SIVASUBRAMANIAM, M. & HAYHOE, R. (eds.). Oxford: Symposium Books, p. 151-166

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

religious education
Hong Kong
examination
school
autonomy
Hong Kong
classroom
Values
education
experience
3 Citations (Scopus)
student teacher
interaction
Hong Kong
traditional culture
school culture