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Chinese Name: 鍾耀斌

Dr. YB Chung received his PhD degree in Education from the University of Hong Kong. He had taught at various local tertiary education institutes. Teaching areas covered problem behaviours in children and adolescents, applied research in counselling, classroom management and discipline in secondary schools, comparative perspectives on student activities and etc.

He was a Senior Curriculum Development Officer of the Education Bureau, specializing in Life-wide Learning, Other Learning Experiences and Student Learning Profile. He was also an experienced Guidance Master serving in a secondary school. He obtained the MEd degree in Educational Guidance from the University of Hong Kong and the Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He commits himself in a wide range of voluntary services. His research interests are on school guidance, curriculum development, student reporting and feedback system, life-wide learning and invitational education. He is now conducting a research in understanding secondary school students’ perceptions of meaning and purpose in life.

Professional information

Scopus ID : 39360995800

ORCID : 0000-0001-9784-2906

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Hong Kong Social Sciences
visual impairment Social Sciences
school Social Sciences
learning Social Sciences
student Social Sciences
reporting system Social Sciences
self-regulation Social Sciences
university Social Sciences

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Research Outputs 2011 2017

visual impairment
Hong Kong
school
learning
student

An invitational approach to a service learning program in a university: A critical reflection

CHUNG, Y. B., YUEN, M. T., CHOW, C. W. & LEUNG, J. Y. C., 2016, Invitational education and practice in higher education: An international perspective. GREGORY, S. T. & EDWARDS, J. (eds.). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, p. 201-214

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

university
learning
education
student
Hong Kong

Mobile school for students with and without visual impairment

CHUNG, Y. B., Jul 2016.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Useful information from the students with visual impairment in Hong Kong mainstream schools who participated in outdoor learning opportunities

CHUNG, Y. B., YUEN, M., HO, J. & LEUNG, J. Y. C., 2016, In : CAISE Review. 4, p. 5-41

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

visual impairment
Hong Kong
school
learning
student