Dr WONG, So Lan   黃素蘭
Senior Lecturer II
Department of Cultural and Creative Arts
Phone No: (852) 2948 8750
Email: solan@eduhk.hk
Contact
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(852) 2948 8750
Email
solan@eduhk.hk
Selected Output

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters
黃素蘭(2009):詮釋「作品集」的學與教現象,輯於黃素蘭編《促進蔚術學習的評估方案——作品集的建構》,(頁6-9),香港,香港美術教育協會。
黃素蘭(主編)(2009):《促進藝術學習的評估方案——透過學習歷程的回饋提升學習素質》,香港,香港美術教育協會。
黃素蘭(主編)(2009):《促進藝術學習的評佑方案——作品集的建構》,香港,香港美術教育協會。
黃素蘭(2008):高中視覺藝術科的改革——學科地位的競逐,輯於楊力主編《首屆世界華人美術教育交流論文集》,(頁50-56),北京,中國,中央美術學院、湖南美術出版社。
黃素蘭(主編)(2008):《創意學生獎勵計劃.教材系列3:聆聽.探索.實踐》,香港,香港美術教育協會。
黃素蘭(2007):《香港中學文憑考試視覺藝術科樣本試題「先導測驗計劃」研究報告》,香港,香港教育學院體藝學系。
黃素蘭、余樹德、譚祥安及劉仲嚴(編)(2007):《香港中學文憑考試視覺藝術科樣本試題「先導測驗計劃」》,香港,香港教育學院體藝學系。
黃素蘭(2007):香港小學美術教育──決策者的論述,輯於孫志鈞、黎明海及王甦英編《香山雲霞.香江波光:美術教育論文集》,(頁94-103),北京,首都師範大學出版社。
黃素蘭(2007):創意── 聯想,輯於黃素蘭、劉仲嚴編《創造‧故事‧社區》,(頁1-10),香港,香港美術教育協會。
黃素蘭、劉仲嚴(2007):《創造‧故事‧社區》,香港,香港美術教育協會。
黃素蘭、劉仲嚴(2006):《尋找‧發現‧超越自我》,香港,香港美術教育協會。

Journal Publications
黃素蘭(2007):課程改革與我的專業成長,《《香港美術教育》第3期》,頁9-10。
黃素蘭(2006):視覺藝術科的「課堂學習研究── 學與教的新文化,《《教育學報》第34期第2卷》,頁47-72。

Conference Papers
黃素蘭(2008,11):高中視覺藝術科的改革——學科地位的競逐,論文發表於首屆世界華人美術教育研討會,北京,中國。
黃素蘭(2008,10):為學生創造藝術學習的空間,論文發表於第六屆中國杭州國際教育創新大會,杭州,中國。
Wong, S. L. (2008, July). Teachers' and students' perception on portfolio learning and assessment. Paper presented at the 32nd inSEA World Congress, Osaka, Japan.

Creative and Literary Works, Consulting Reports and Case Studies
Wong, S. L. (2009). Video shooting of the chief executive's award for teaching excellence - Comment Mr Yeung Sau Churk's teaching(2). Hong Kong.
Wong, S. L. (2009). Video shooting of the chief executive's award for teaching excellence - Comment Mr Leung Sung Yum's teaching(1). Hong Kong.

All Other Outputs
Wong, S. L. (2008). External examiner, Comprehensive review of Hong Kong University Graduate Association primary school. Hong Kong.
Wong, S. L. (2008). Reviewer of journal article, Development of design education in Hong Kong: The need to nurture the problem finding capability of design students. Hong Kong.
黃素蘭(2005):小學美勞科教師的美術教育信念:一項敘述性研究(哲學博士論文)香港中文大學教育學院,香港。
Wong, S. L. (2005). Reviewer of manuscript, Theoretical Framework of Art Museum Education. Hong Kong.

Project

Provision of Advisory Service for the Adaptation of Learning Objectives for the Visual Arts Curriculum (P1-S3) for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
In order to keep abreast of local and global changes in education and to take into consideration of the learning needs of students with intellectual disabilities (ID), the project will revise, modify and adapt the learning objectives of the Two Strands of Visual Arts Learning set out in the Arts Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide (Primary 1 - Secondary 67) (2017) for forming and adapted visual arts curriculum framework at the primary and junior secondary levels for students with ID.
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): TAM, Cheung On 譚祥安 (WONG, So Lan 黃素蘭 as Co-Investigator)
 
VAECD Project: An Art-focused STEAM Education
The project to enable pre-service teachers from VA and STEM disciplines to: 1. learn the art-focused STEAM education concept; 2. design STEAM teaching units for primary and secondary school students; 3. write STEAM teaching materials; 4. disseminate the concept of STEAM education with teaching materials
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): WONG, So Lan 黃素蘭
 
Visualization and Concretization of Creative Thinking Through Online STEAM Teaching
The project focuses on the interdisciplinary approach to STEAM education and visualization of creative thinking methods through online / blended learning. In order to enhance student-teachers mastery of creative thinking in STEAM teaching, the project team invited 2 primary and 2 secondary school teachers responsible for developing STEAM education in their schools to participate in this project to help reach the following objectives: (i) develop creative STEAM teaching through design thinking p . . .
Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): WONG, So Lan 黃素蘭
 
VAECD - School-based Services Learning Scheme: Leading Students into School Communities
Through service learning, this project will provide a context in secondary or primary schools for the HKIEd's Visual Arts students to identify and develop teaching and learning strategies from/for the school teachers based on the mutual beneficial experiences. As the keystone of service-learning pedagogy is reflection, VA students and the school teachers will work together on understanding the requirements and characteristics of schools. Reflection exchange between all parties will also be invol . . .
Project Start Year: 2010, Principal Investigator(s): WONG, So Lan 黃素蘭
 
A Study of Pre-service Teachers’ Professional Development through their Participation in ‘A Street in Hong Kong’ Art Education Project
This research aims to understand the experience of pre-service teachers participating in a community-based art education project, to improve the curriculum of pre-service teachers in community-based art education, to evaluate the community art project ‘A street in Hong Kong’ in terms of enhancing pre-service teachers’ learning, and to develop a collaborative model for the Hong Kong Institute of Education, schools and artists for future implementation.
Project Start Year: 2008, Principal Investigator(s): NG Heung Sang Anita (WONG So Lan as Co-Investigator)
 
Exhibition and Seminar on Portfolio Learning and Assessment in Senior Secondary Visual Arts Subject
While senior secondary visual arts subject has adopted portfolio assessment as a requirement of public examination, the process of using criteria to assess portfolios and facilitate learning remains unclear. I believe that if we can provide concrete examples and scenarios for our BEd/PGDE(S) and MEd(VA) students to discuss with, it might help them to enhance the level of knowledge and abilities in portfolio teaching and assessment. On the other hand, organize an exhibition related to senior se . . .
Project Start Year: 2008, Principal Investigator(s): WONG So Lan
 
Portfolio Use for Learning and Assessment in Senior Secondary VA Subject
This is an exploratory research using both qualitative and quantitative research methods to investigate portfolio use for learning and assessment in VA subject. According to the examination change in VA subject, the researcher would like to know teachers’ and students’ perception on portfolio learning and assessment, and how teachers interpret and implement the portfolio guidelines that are provided by HKEAA to help students learn better. VA teachers and students from high, medium and low band . . .
Project Start Year: 2008, Principal Investigator(s): WONG So Lan
 
“The New Culture of Learning and Teaching” in the Subject of Visual Arts ─ Lessons Learned from Teaching Design, Practice, Lesson Analysis and Reflection
The Education Bureau believes that “only with the support of government policies, enhancement of teachers’ professionalism, active participation by parents, and the support form society, a new culture of learning and teaching can then be evolved to bring about real changes in classrooms and to create a wider learning space for students to develop their potential” (CDC, 2000, p.11). However, some of our VA students have stated that they failed to change their role in their Block Practice [BP]. . . .
Project Start Year: 2008, Principal Investigator(s): WONG So Lan
 
Exhibition and Seminar on the Pilot Test Scheme of New Senior Secondary Examination in Visual Arts
The applicants have been invited by HKEAA to conduct a Pilot Test Scheme of NSS in the examination of the visual arts subject. To disseminate the findings of the study, we have got the approval of the HKEAA’s to hold a seminar at HKIED and an exhibition showing the scripts (paintings and design) at the CAPE Art Gallery. The objectives of the project are as follows: 1)  Let our BEd(S) students as a concrete examples of the curriculum and assessment change of NSS in the VA subject; 2) Train our . . .
Project Start Year: 2007, Principal Investigator(s): WONG So Lan
 
Professional Development Programme for the Support of New Senior Secondary Visual Arts Curriculum (2006-2007)
The professional development programme is to help in-service Visual Arts teachers meet the changes of curriculum and implement the New Senior Secondary Visual Arts in schools. Specifically, the programme focuses on strengthening visual arts learning and teaching through integrating visual arts appreciation and criticism, and visual arts making. The programme will explore various learning and teaching strategies to help students build their own portfolio through searching and researching material . . .
Project Start Year: 2006, Principal Investigator(s): TAM Cheung On (WONG So Lan as Co-Investigator)
 
Prizes and awards

Faculty teaching award (Team award)

Date of receipt: 12/9/2018, Conferred by: FLASS