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Chinese Name: 鄭慕賢

Variants: Cheng, M. Y. V., Cheng, V. M. Y.

Dr. Cheng, V. M.Y. is an assistant professor in the Department of Science and Environmental Studies at the Education University of Hong Kong. Her teaching areas include STEM and STEAM education, creativity development, creative teaching methods, environmental and sustainable development education, future thinking, biomimcry, cross-disciplinary thinking, General Studies and Science/physics education methods. She obtained her Bachelor of Science from the University of Hong Kong, Master of Philosophy (Education) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Doctor of Philosophy (Education) from the Hong Kong Baptist University. She had been senior middle school teacher and panel head of the Physics Department. She has often hosted creativity/STEM workshop for the Education Bureau and was once a member of the Curriculum Development Council's Gifted Education Committee. She has been the chief leader of a number of large-scale education projects in Hong Kong and is active in research and promotion of STEM, creativity and science education. Her publications include many teacher reference books and international journal papers. In recent years, she has launched, organized and taught mainly a Creativity Minor, which later renamed as Creativity and STEM / STEAM Minor, and won the Faculty Teaching Award.

鄭慕賢博士 ,現職香港教育大學科學與環境學系之助理教授,教授範疇包括STEM及STEAM 教育、創造力培育、創意教學法、環保和可持續發展教育、未來思考、仿生學、跨領域思維、常識科及科學物理科教學法等。獲香港大學科學學士、香港中文大學哲學碩士(教育)及香港浸會大學哲學博士(教育)。資深中學教師,曾為物理科科主任。經常為教育局主持創造力教學工作坊,曾為課程發展議會資優教育委員會委員。曾為個香港大型教育計畫的主要負責人,並積極從事多項有關STEM、創造力及科學教育的研究及推廣工作。著作出版物包括許多教師參考書和國際期刊論文。近年 發起、組織和主要教授創造力副修,後來改名為創造力及STEM/STEAM副修,獲得了教師教學獎。

Research interests

STEM education, Creativity education, creativity in teaching and learning, assessment of creativity, creativity in environmental sustainability, futures thinking, interdisciplinary and systems thinking, Science education, and General Studies education 

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Research Outputs 1996 2019

Creativity and STEM/STEAM

CHENG, M. Y. V. & LEUNG, C. H., 2019

Research output: Other contribution

development of creativity
development project
1 Citation (Scopus)
Warm-Up Exercise
Process Assessment (Health Care)
university education
Hong Kong