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Chinese Name: 許明得

Variants: Hue, M. T.

Professor Hue Ming-Tak is currently the Professor, Head of the Department of Special Education and Counselling and Director of Integrated Center for Wellbeing. He obtained his PhD at the Institute of Education, the University of London, England. He has extensive experiences in teaching in secondary schools, with an active involvement in school counselling and discipline, and supporting both primary and secondary schools at the various levels of student support, consultancy and teacher professional development. He teaches graduate courses in school guidance and counselling, classroom management, behavior management and inclusive education. He is interested in cultural influence on school counselling, cultural responsiveness, multicultural education, multicultural competency, classroom management and mindfulness.

Research interests

School guidance and discipline, cultural influence on pastoral care, ethnic minority education, and behaviour management

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Hong Kong Social Sciences
national minority Social Sciences
secondary school Social Sciences
school Social Sciences
student Social Sciences
teacher Social Sciences
classroom Social Sciences
narrative Social Sciences

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Research Outputs 2002 2019

national minority
Hong Kong
social benefits
Longitudinal Studies
Hong Kong
Social Support
5 Citations (Scopus)

Academic dishonesty among Hong Kong secondary school students: Application of theory of planned behaviour

KAM, C. C. S., HUE, M. T. & CHEUNG, H. Y., 2018, In : Educational Psychology. 38, 7, p. 945-963

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Hong Kong
secondary school
Moral Obligations
national minority
Hong Kong
3 Citations (Scopus)
Hong Kong
Communication Barriers
Social Adjustment