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Chinese Name: 霍秉坤

Variants: Fok, P. K.

FOK Ping Kwan is an assistant professor of Curriculum and Instruction at The Education University of Hong Kong. He was granted bachelor of arts, master of education and doctor of philosophy at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests are in curriculum policy, curriculum design and implementation, textbook design and usage. In recent years, he has participated in major research projects such as “thinking skills as observed from the HKDSE examination scripts”, “ impact study on students’ learning of Chinese History elements through different curriculum modes”, and “teachers’ view of essential learning outcomes in PSHE. He also serves as Curriculum Development member of Liberal Studies and Ad Hoc Committee for Revising Junior Chinese History and History Curricula (Secondary 1-3).

Research interests

  • Curriculum policy
  • Curriculum design and implementation
  • Implementation and design of Chinese History curriculum
  • Implementation and design of Liberal Studies curriculum
  • Professionalism of teachers
  • Nurturing of critical thinking skills and dispositions

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霍秉坤, Jun 2019, In : 教育學報. 47, 1, p. 71-93

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霍秉坤, 2019, In : 全球教育展望. 2019, 7, p. 97-110

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黃毅英, 霍秉坤 & 鄧國俊, Sep 2018, In : 數學教育. 40, p. 88-91

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霍秉坤 & 余玉珍, Mar 2018, In : 課程研究. 13, 1, p. 1-27

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The rationale of learner-centered teaching and its practice in Hong Kong: A perspective from a Confucian heritage culture

FOK, P. K. & LI, S., 2017, Theorizing teaching and learning in Asia and Europe: A conversation between Chinese curriculum and European didactics. LEE, C. K. J. & KENNEDY, K. J. (eds.). London: Routledge, p. 101-123

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