Dr CHOW, Chi Ching
周志清 博士
Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Physical Education
Contact
ORCiD
0000-0003-2286-7927
Phone
(852) 2948 8849
Email
ccchow@eduhk.hk
Address
10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong
Scopus ID
57185155000
ResearcherID
C-7509-2014
Research Interests

Projects / Research Works



  • Chow, C.C.G., & Ho Y.K.K. (2024). Real Programme – Curriculum Review. Project code: C1196. HK$90,000. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G., Sun, F.H., & Mok, K.M. (2024). Balance Bike: An Evidenced Solution for Better Postural Stability and Control in Children. General Research Fund 2023-2024, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR. Grant code: 18602223. HK$663,907. (PI).
  • Wong, L.Y.A., Chan, C.Y.R., Chan, K.M.C., Chow, C.C.G., Ho, Y.K.K., & Or, P.L. (2023). Integrating physical activity with music to enhance mental health and wellbeing. Faculty Funding Support on External Collaboration in Teaching Development 2023/2024. The Education University of Hong Kong. Grant code: TBC. HK$200,000 (Co-I).
  • Wong, H.W.H., Chow, C.C.G., Chan, C.Y.R., & So, C.F.H. (2023). Empowering artificial intelligence assessment of skills proficiency test for pre-service teachers in physical education. Teaching Development Grant (TDG) (University-level), The Education University of Hong Kong. Grant code: T0270. HK$399,900. (PPS).
  • Chow, C.C.G. (2022). Tackling Language – Curriculum Review. Project code: C1165. HK$120,000. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G. (2022). Online SDT Informed Intervention Motivates Children to Exercise at Home: A RCT Study. Early Career Scheme Fund 2021-2022, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR. Grant code: 28602121. HK$685,964. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G. & Ha, C.W.S. (2021). Teaching adults to ride a bike through a novel cycling task: Differences of electromyography activity, gait and posture between bikers and non-bikers on a balance bike. Seed Funding Grant 2020/21, Research and Development Office, Project code: RG70/2020-2021R. HK$124,410. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G., Kam, W.K.K., & Sun, F.H.B (2021). Pilot and Feasibility Studies of Applying Remote Assessment in Physical Education (Active Learning Solutions Limited Donation: Project code: CB308 + Research Matching Grant Scheme: 1:1 Matching Ratio, HK$300,000). (PI)
  • Sun, F.H.B, Yu C.W.C, Chow, C.C.G., Liu D., Wong H.S.S., Siu, M.F.P., Cooper, S., & Jenkins, D. (Re-submission). Effects of game-based high-intensity interval training on the executive function of children with ADHD: A randomized controlled trial. General Research Fund 2020-2021, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR. Grant code: 18603120. HK$ 609,440 (Co-I)
  • Chow, C.C.G. & Kam, W.K.K. (2019). EdU Touch Resource Pack-Phase 2 (KT-2019-2020-0014, Knowledge Transfer Fund: HK$100,000). (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G. (2019). Start-up Research Grant for Newly Recruited Assistant Professors (Movement Pattern of Touch Rugby: Comparison between National Players and Collegiate Players in Small Sized Games) (RG 58/2019-2020R; HK$30,000). (PI)
  • Chow, G.C.C., Co-I: Kam K.W.K., Sun, F.H., Tse, A.C.Y. (2019). Promotion of STEM in PE to the Schools in Hong Kong. (EdUHK- Internal Research Grant; HK$443,200). (PI)
  
Research Interests
  • Performance analysis
  • Sports recovery
  • Postural control
  • Rugby science
  • Sports Training
  • Sports Coaching
  • Technology in PE
  • Self-Determination Theory
  • Generic skills and sports participation

Teaching Interests

Area(s) of Teaching Expertise

  • Measurement and Assessment
  • Sports Coaching
  • Monitoring Exercise Intensity
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Sport Psychology
  • Sports Injury
  • Physical Fitness
  • Skills: Rugby, Volleyball


Course Subject Taught (Selected)

For Bachelor of Education (Physical Education)

  • PES3180C – Methods of Teaching in. Physical Education
  • PES4268E – Honours Project I
  • PES4270E – Capstone Project I

For PDP on New Paradigm of Learning and Teaching in Physical Education & PDP on STEAM in Physical Education

  • PES5242C – Current Issues and Controversies in Hong Kong Physical Education
  • PES5244C – New Technology in Sports and Physical Education

For Master of Social Sciences in Sports Coaching and Management

  • PES6252E – Theory and Practice of Sports Coaching
  • PES6255E – Current Issues and Trends in Sports Coaching and Management
External Appointments

Member of Professional Bodies

Current

1. 2022 – Present: Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) Augment & Transition Working Group 

2. 9/2021 – Present : Curriculum Development Council (CDC) Committee on Physical Education - Member of Curriculum Development Council (CDC) Committee

3. 2020 – Present: Hong Kong Association of Sports Medicine & Sports Science (HKASMSS, 香港運動醫學及科學學會) - Commission Member (Strength & Conditioning Commission)

4. 2018 – Present: Hong Kong Physical Education Association (HKPEA, 香港學校體育學會) - Member of Executive Committee (Publication)

5. 2018 – Present: Christian & Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Primary School (基督教宣道會宣基小學) - PE Panel Consultant


Completed (Selected)

1. 2021 - 2022: Assessment Panel on Physical Education Key Learning Area: Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (CEATE) (2021/2022) - Member of the Assessment Panel

2. 2021 – 2022: Assessment Working Group (AWG) of Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (CEATE) (2021/2022) - Members of AWG

3. 2021 – 2022: Executive Committee The University Sports Federation of Hong Kong (USFHK) - Member of Executive Committee

4. 2018 – 2021: Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority - HKDSE Physical Education - Subject Committee Member


Member of Programme Validation / Revalidation Panels

  1. Appointed Member on Self-Evaluation Panel, Programme Area Accreditation (PAA) in the area of Sports and Recreation Management (SRM), Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi), 2024
  2. Chair of External Reviewer Panel, Rugby English Active Learning (REAL) Program, Rugby for Good (RFG, 欖球成長基金), 2024
  3. Chair of External Reviewer Panel, Tackling Language with Kadoorie Foundation Project, The Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation (HKRUCF, 香港欖球總會社區基金), 2022
  4. External Assessor, New 2-Year Top-up Bachelor Degree Programme: Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Sports Management and Coaching Psychology, Institute of Policy Studies, Lingnan University, 2021/2022
  5. Programme Validation Panel on Revalidation of Professional Diploma in Sports Management and Coaching Studies (QF Level 4) 2018/19, Hong Kong College of Technology, 2019
  6. Member, Programme Revalidation Team for Associate of Applied Science (Sports Coaching and Management) Programme which was successfully revalidated by the HKCAAVQ, 2009 and 2012
  7. Member, Programme Validation Team for Associate of Education (Youth Leadership) Programme which was successfully validated by the External Reviewer invited by HKIEd, 2011


Other Activities

Chow, C.C.G. & Ho, Y.K.K (2023). Provision of Services for ONE PDP “Preparation Strategies of the Practical Component in HKDSE (PE) examination” (EDB(CD)-PE-2324-32). Grant code: 08252. (PI)

Ho, Y.K.K & Chow, C.C.G. (2023). Provision of Services for Composing Video Clips of Training Drills on Badminton and Handball” (EDB(CD)-PE-2324-31). Grant code: 08612. (Co-I)

Chow, C.C.G. (2022). Tackling Language – Curriculum Review. Project code: C1165. HK$120,000. (PI)

  • The Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation (HKRUCF) adopts rugby play-based learning methodology to develop a curriculum which will enhance confidence in second language of Cantonese and English speaking students in secondary schools in Hong Kong. The University (Dr. Gary Chow) review and provide feedbacks on this curriculum from both language and sporting perspectives.

Chow, C.C.G. & Tam, S.M.S. (2022). Provision of Services for ONE PDP “Preparation Strategies of the Practical Component in HKDSE (PE) exam” and composing video clips of training drills on fitness, basketball and volleyball” (EDB(CD)-PE-2223-16). Grant code: 08232. (PI)

Chow, C.C.G. & Kam W.K.K. (2022). Provision of Services for Two PDPs on “Assessment for Learning in the Practical Components of the HKDSE PE examination” (EDB(CD)-PE-2122-21). Grant code: 08216. (PI)

Chow, C.C.G., Chan, C.Y.R., & Kam, W.K.K. (2021). Provision of Services for TWO Professional Development Programmes (PDPs) on "Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” and composing ONE "Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)" Learning and Teaching Materials (EDB(CD)-PE-1921-16). (PI)

Chow, C.C.G. (2020). Provision of Services for composing Two “Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” Learning and Teaching Materials (EDB(CD)-PE-1920-30). (PI)

Chow, C.C.G. (2020). Provision of Services for composing Two Professional Development Programmes (PDP)s on “Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” (EDB(CD)-PE-1920-29). (PI)

Kam K.W.K., Sun, F.H. & Chow, G.C.C. (2019). Provision of Services for “the Hong Kong PE Teacher Conference 2019 and 2020”; EDB(CD)-PE-1819-12). (Co-I)


Tin Ka Ping Foundation – Learning Award for Mentees of Shi-Tu Scheme 2021-22; 2023/24 [Shi-Fu (Master) of Miss Lam Yuen Sum (BEd(PE), 2018 – 2022) & Miss Chu Chek Ying (BEd(PE), 2020 – 2025) respectively]

  • provides students with opportunities to learn through close and continuous interaction with academic or teaching staff. It is hoped that the traditional Chinese virtue of respecting teachers and caring for students can be promoted through close teacher-student relationships. With the generous donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation and the Scheme having experiential learning components, a Learning Award comprising a one-off honorarium will be disbursed to the participating students (“mentees”) upon successful completion of the following assessment tasks at the end of the Scheme.

FLASS Teaching Award Scheme (TAS) 2020/21 - Faculty Teaching Award, The Education University of Hong Kong

Personal Profile

Dr. Gary Chow joined the Department of Health and Physical Education in 2016, bringing extensive experience from other departments at the Education University of Hong Kong. He has established himself as a key knowledge leader in the field of physical education in Hong Kong, consistently making significant contributions to advancements in the field. Dr. Chow actively engages with the physical education community, sharing unique insights and driving progress in an ever-evolving educational landscape. He is highly dedicated to sharing his experience and thoughts on learning and teaching with others.

In November 2023, Dr. Chow was invited to present at the collaborative learning and teaching seminar titled "Adapting Authentic Assessment for Diverse Disciplines and Enhanced Learning Outcomes," which brought together EdUHK and HKBU. During the seminar, he presented his transformative journey, highlighting the integration of AI technology, specifically speech-to-text, to revolutionize authentic assessment and micro-teaching practices in the field of Physical Education. This innovative approach empowered students, fostering collaboration and significantly enhancing learning outcomes.

Dr. Chow's outstanding teaching and commitment to disseminating innovative and effective teaching practices have been recognized through various accolades. In the 2020/21 academic year, he received the FLASS Teaching Awards. Moreover, he was appointed to the Assessment Panel on Physical Education Key Learning Area and the Assessment Working Group (AWG) for the Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence (CEATE) in the 2021/2022 academic year, further acknowledging his expertise and dedication.

As a researcher, Dr. Gary Chow has covered diverse areas within the field, including postural control, performance analysis, sports training, and recovery. Recently, he has focused on utilizing technology in sports and physical education, addressing community concerns through his research. In the 2020/21 academic year, Dr. Chow was awarded the Early Career Scheme (ECS) Project Grant by the Research Grants Council (RGC), supporting his study on remote exercise at home. In 2023/24, he secured support from the RGC again for his first General Research Fund (GRF) project, which explores the process of learning to cycle through a balance bike from the perspective of postural control. These grants illustrate the excellence of his research and emphasize the significance of competitive funding in supporting Dr. Chow's ongoing academic development.

Research Interests

Projects / Research Works



  • Chow, C.C.G., & Ho Y.K.K. (2024). Real Programme – Curriculum Review. Project code: C1196. HK$90,000. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G., Sun, F.H., & Mok, K.M. (2024). Balance Bike: An Evidenced Solution for Better Postural Stability and Control in Children. General Research Fund 2023-2024, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR. Grant code: 18602223. HK$663,907. (PI).
  • Wong, L.Y.A., Chan, C.Y.R., Chan, K.M.C., Chow, C.C.G., Ho, Y.K.K., & Or, P.L. (2023). Integrating physical activity with music to enhance mental health and wellbeing. Faculty Funding Support on External Collaboration in Teaching Development 2023/2024. The Education University of Hong Kong. Grant code: TBC. HK$200,000 (Co-I).
  • Wong, H.W.H., Chow, C.C.G., Chan, C.Y.R., & So, C.F.H. (2023). Empowering artificial intelligence assessment of skills proficiency test for pre-service teachers in physical education. Teaching Development Grant (TDG) (University-level), The Education University of Hong Kong. Grant code: T0270. HK$399,900. (PPS).
  • Chow, C.C.G. (2022). Tackling Language – Curriculum Review. Project code: C1165. HK$120,000. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G. (2022). Online SDT Informed Intervention Motivates Children to Exercise at Home: A RCT Study. Early Career Scheme Fund 2021-2022, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR. Grant code: 28602121. HK$685,964. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G. & Ha, C.W.S. (2021). Teaching adults to ride a bike through a novel cycling task: Differences of electromyography activity, gait and posture between bikers and non-bikers on a balance bike. Seed Funding Grant 2020/21, Research and Development Office, Project code: RG70/2020-2021R. HK$124,410. (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G., Kam, W.K.K., & Sun, F.H.B (2021). Pilot and Feasibility Studies of Applying Remote Assessment in Physical Education (Active Learning Solutions Limited Donation: Project code: CB308 + Research Matching Grant Scheme: 1:1 Matching Ratio, HK$300,000). (PI)
  • Sun, F.H.B, Yu C.W.C, Chow, C.C.G., Liu D., Wong H.S.S., Siu, M.F.P., Cooper, S., & Jenkins, D. (Re-submission). Effects of game-based high-intensity interval training on the executive function of children with ADHD: A randomized controlled trial. General Research Fund 2020-2021, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR. Grant code: 18603120. HK$ 609,440 (Co-I)
  • Chow, C.C.G. & Kam, W.K.K. (2019). EdU Touch Resource Pack-Phase 2 (KT-2019-2020-0014, Knowledge Transfer Fund: HK$100,000). (PI)
  • Chow, C.C.G. (2019). Start-up Research Grant for Newly Recruited Assistant Professors (Movement Pattern of Touch Rugby: Comparison between National Players and Collegiate Players in Small Sized Games) (RG 58/2019-2020R; HK$30,000). (PI)
  • Chow, G.C.C., Co-I: Kam K.W.K., Sun, F.H., Tse, A.C.Y. (2019). Promotion of STEM in PE to the Schools in Hong Kong. (EdUHK- Internal Research Grant; HK$443,200). (PI)
  
Research Interests
  • Performance analysis
  • Sports recovery
  • Postural control
  • Rugby science
  • Sports Training
  • Sports Coaching
  • Technology in PE
  • Self-Determination Theory
  • Generic skills and sports participation

Teaching Interests

Area(s) of Teaching Expertise

  • Measurement and Assessment
  • Sports Coaching
  • Monitoring Exercise Intensity
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Sport Psychology
  • Sports Injury
  • Physical Fitness
  • Skills: Rugby, Volleyball


Course Subject Taught (Selected)

For Bachelor of Education (Physical Education)

  • PES3180C – Methods of Teaching in. Physical Education
  • PES4268E – Honours Project I
  • PES4270E – Capstone Project I

For PDP on New Paradigm of Learning and Teaching in Physical Education & PDP on STEAM in Physical Education

  • PES5242C – Current Issues and Controversies in Hong Kong Physical Education
  • PES5244C – New Technology in Sports and Physical Education

For Master of Social Sciences in Sports Coaching and Management

  • PES6252E – Theory and Practice of Sports Coaching
  • PES6255E – Current Issues and Trends in Sports Coaching and Management
External Appointments

Member of Professional Bodies

Current

1. 2022 – Present: Hong Kong Rugby Union (HKRU) Augment & Transition Working Group 

2. 9/2021 – Present : Curriculum Development Council (CDC) Committee on Physical Education - Member of Curriculum Development Council (CDC) Committee

3. 2020 – Present: Hong Kong Association of Sports Medicine & Sports Science (HKASMSS, 香港運動醫學及科學學會) - Commission Member (Strength & Conditioning Commission)

4. 2018 – Present: Hong Kong Physical Education Association (HKPEA, 香港學校體育學會) - Member of Executive Committee (Publication)

5. 2018 – Present: Christian & Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Primary School (基督教宣道會宣基小學) - PE Panel Consultant


Completed (Selected)

1. 2021 - 2022: Assessment Panel on Physical Education Key Learning Area: Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (CEATE) (2021/2022) - Member of the Assessment Panel

2. 2021 – 2022: Assessment Working Group (AWG) of Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (CEATE) (2021/2022) - Members of AWG

3. 2021 – 2022: Executive Committee The University Sports Federation of Hong Kong (USFHK) - Member of Executive Committee

4. 2018 – 2021: Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority - HKDSE Physical Education - Subject Committee Member


Member of Programme Validation / Revalidation Panels

  1. Appointed Member on Self-Evaluation Panel, Programme Area Accreditation (PAA) in the area of Sports and Recreation Management (SRM), Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi), 2024
  2. Chair of External Reviewer Panel, Rugby English Active Learning (REAL) Program, Rugby for Good (RFG, 欖球成長基金), 2024
  3. Chair of External Reviewer Panel, Tackling Language with Kadoorie Foundation Project, The Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation (HKRUCF, 香港欖球總會社區基金), 2022
  4. External Assessor, New 2-Year Top-up Bachelor Degree Programme: Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Sports Management and Coaching Psychology, Institute of Policy Studies, Lingnan University, 2021/2022
  5. Programme Validation Panel on Revalidation of Professional Diploma in Sports Management and Coaching Studies (QF Level 4) 2018/19, Hong Kong College of Technology, 2019
  6. Member, Programme Revalidation Team for Associate of Applied Science (Sports Coaching and Management) Programme which was successfully revalidated by the HKCAAVQ, 2009 and 2012
  7. Member, Programme Validation Team for Associate of Education (Youth Leadership) Programme which was successfully validated by the External Reviewer invited by HKIEd, 2011


Other Activities

Chow, C.C.G. & Ho, Y.K.K (2023). Provision of Services for ONE PDP “Preparation Strategies of the Practical Component in HKDSE (PE) examination” (EDB(CD)-PE-2324-32). Grant code: 08252. (PI)

Ho, Y.K.K & Chow, C.C.G. (2023). Provision of Services for Composing Video Clips of Training Drills on Badminton and Handball” (EDB(CD)-PE-2324-31). Grant code: 08612. (Co-I)

Chow, C.C.G. (2022). Tackling Language – Curriculum Review. Project code: C1165. HK$120,000. (PI)

  • The Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation (HKRUCF) adopts rugby play-based learning methodology to develop a curriculum which will enhance confidence in second language of Cantonese and English speaking students in secondary schools in Hong Kong. The University (Dr. Gary Chow) review and provide feedbacks on this curriculum from both language and sporting perspectives.

Chow, C.C.G. & Tam, S.M.S. (2022). Provision of Services for ONE PDP “Preparation Strategies of the Practical Component in HKDSE (PE) exam” and composing video clips of training drills on fitness, basketball and volleyball” (EDB(CD)-PE-2223-16). Grant code: 08232. (PI)

Chow, C.C.G. & Kam W.K.K. (2022). Provision of Services for Two PDPs on “Assessment for Learning in the Practical Components of the HKDSE PE examination” (EDB(CD)-PE-2122-21). Grant code: 08216. (PI)

Chow, C.C.G., Chan, C.Y.R., & Kam, W.K.K. (2021). Provision of Services for TWO Professional Development Programmes (PDPs) on "Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” and composing ONE "Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)" Learning and Teaching Materials (EDB(CD)-PE-1921-16). (PI)

Chow, C.C.G. (2020). Provision of Services for composing Two “Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” Learning and Teaching Materials (EDB(CD)-PE-1920-30). (PI)

Chow, C.C.G. (2020). Provision of Services for composing Two Professional Development Programmes (PDP)s on “Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” (EDB(CD)-PE-1920-29). (PI)

Kam K.W.K., Sun, F.H. & Chow, G.C.C. (2019). Provision of Services for “the Hong Kong PE Teacher Conference 2019 and 2020”; EDB(CD)-PE-1819-12). (Co-I)


Tin Ka Ping Foundation – Learning Award for Mentees of Shi-Tu Scheme 2021-22; 2023/24 [Shi-Fu (Master) of Miss Lam Yuen Sum (BEd(PE), 2018 – 2022) & Miss Chu Chek Ying (BEd(PE), 2020 – 2025) respectively]

  • provides students with opportunities to learn through close and continuous interaction with academic or teaching staff. It is hoped that the traditional Chinese virtue of respecting teachers and caring for students can be promoted through close teacher-student relationships. With the generous donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation and the Scheme having experiential learning components, a Learning Award comprising a one-off honorarium will be disbursed to the participating students (“mentees”) upon successful completion of the following assessment tasks at the end of the Scheme.

FLASS Teaching Award Scheme (TAS) 2020/21 - Faculty Teaching Award, The Education University of Hong Kong

Research Outputs
Journal Publications
Publication in refereed journal
Poon, E.T.C., Kwan, W.L., Chow, C.C., & Chan, D.K.C. (2024). Music timing differentiates fatigue perception and performance during isometric strength exercises: A crossover randomised trial. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 23, 258-254. https://doi.org/10.52082/jssm.2024.258
Chow, G.C.C., & Ha, S.C.W. (2024). Positive skill transfer in balance and speed control from balance bike to pedal bike in adults: A multiphase intervention study. PLoS ONE, 19(2), e0298142. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0298142
Chow, G.C.C., Sun, F., Kam, K.W.K., Kong, Y.H., & Zhang, B. (2023). Short vs. long bouts of all-out rope skipping: effects on metabolic and perceptual responses. Applied Sciences, 13, 7072. https://doi.org/10.3390/app13127072.
Zhu Y.X., Sun F.H.#, Chow G.C.C., Tao S., Cooper S.B., Zhang B., and Wong T.W.L. (2023). Associations of device-measured physical activity, sedentary behavior, and executive function in preadolescents: A latent profile approach. Pediatric Exercise Science, 35(2), 77-83. https://doi.org/10.1123/pes.2022-0016
Chow, G.C.C., Kong, Y. H., & Pun, W.Y. (2023). The concurrent validity and test-retest reliability of possible remote assessments for measuring countermovement jump: My Jump 2, HomeCourt & Takei Vertical Jump Meter. Applied Sciences (Switzerland), 13(4) https://doi.org/10.3390/app13042142
Chow, C.C.G., Kong, Y.H., & Wong, C.L. (2022). Reactive-agility in touch plays an important role in elite playing level: Reliability and validity of a newly developed repeated up-and-down agility test. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 21, 413-418. https://doi.org/10.52082/jssm.2022.413
Sun FH†,#, Siu AYS, Wang K, Zhang B, Chan MH, Chan KH, Kong PS, Man KY, and Chow GCC# (2022). Effects of caffeine on performances of simulated match, Wingate anaerobic test, and cognitive function test of elite taekwondo athletes in Hong Kong. Nutrients, 14(16) https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14163398
Sun FH†,#, Chow GCC, Yu CCW, Ho YF, Liu D, Wong SHS, Siu PMF, Cooper SB, and Jenkins D (2022). Effect of game-based high-intensity interval training program on the executive function of children with ADHD: Protocol of a randomized controlled trial. PLoS One, 17(7) https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0272121
Chow, G.C.C. (2020). Global positioning system activity profile in touch rugby: does training meet the match-play intensity in a two-day international test match series?. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 19, 613-619.
Chow, G.C.C., Chung, J.W.Y., & Fong, S.S.M (2018). Differential Effects of Post-exercise Ice Water Immersion and Room Temperature Water Immersion on Muscular Performance, Vertical Jump, and Agility in Amateur Rugby Players: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Science & Sports, 33(6), 271-279.
Chow, G.C.C., Yam, T.T.T., Chung, J.W.Y., & Fong, S.S.M. (2017). Effects of postexercise ice-water and room-temperature water immersion on the sensory organization of balance control and lower limb proprioception in amateur rugby players. Medicine, 96(7), e6146.
Chow, G. C.C., Chung, J.W.Y., Ma, A.W.W., Macfarlane, D.J., & Fong, S.S.M (2016). Sensory organisation and reactive balance control of amateur rugby players: A cross-sectional study. European Journal of Sport Science, 17(4), 400-406.
Fong, S.S.M., Ng, S.S.M., Cheng, Y.T.Y., Zhang, J., Chung, L.M.Y., Chow, G.C.C., Chak, Y.T.C., Chan, I.K.Y., Macfarlane, D.J. (2016). Comparison between smartphone pedometer applications and traditional pedometers for improving physical activity and body mass index in community-dwelling older adults.. Journal of Physical Therapy Science, 28, 1651-1656.
Chow, G.C.C., Fong, S.S.M., Chung, J.W.Y., Chung, L.M.Y., Ma, A.W.W., Macfarlane, D.J. (2016). Determinants of sport-specific postural control strategy and balance performance of amateur rugby players.. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, online first, doi:10.101.
Chin, C.Y., Chow, G.C.C., Hung, K.C., Kam, L.H., Chan, K.C., Mok, Y.T., & Cheng, N,M. (2015). The diurnal variation on cardiovascular endurance performance of secondary school athlete student. Asian Journal of Sports Medicine, 6(2), e22697.
Chow, G.C.C., Fong, S.S.M., Chung, J.W.Y., & MacFarlane, D.J. (2015). Post-exercise cold water immersion on sports performance recovery: A Review. Journal of Sports Research, 2(2), 37-51.

Conference Papers
Refereed conference paper
Chow, C.C.G. (2023, July). An evidenced solution for learning to cycle independently in healthy adults. European College Sport Science (ECSS) Congress (ECSS Paris 2023) – Book of Abstract, Paris, France. https://www.ecss2006.com/ASP/CONGRESS/TOOLS/Scientific_Programme/Sessions_Detailled.asp?myArtID=3&mySessionID=132&myYIA=No
Chung, W. Y. K., Cheng, G., Chow, C. C., & Lam, S. M. S. (2023, May). Promoting AI Literacy in Pre-Service Teacher Education: Case Studies on Pedagogical Design. Programme Handbook of International Conference on Learning and Teaching for Future Readiness 2023 (ICLT 2023), Hong Kong SAR, China.
Wong, C.L. & Chow, C.C.G. (2022, September). Evaluation of a novel reactive agility test and 20-m sprint test to distinguish playing levels of male touch rugby players. European College of Sports Science - ECSS Virtual Congress 2021 – Book of Abstract, Online. https://www.ecss2006.com/ASP/CONGRESS/TOOLS/myPROGRAMME_BUILDER/PB5_Read.asp
Lam, Y.S. & Chow, C.C.G. (2021, December). Effect of Autonomy Support in PE Lesson for Enhancing Physical Activity Level. 7th HKASMSS Student Conference on Sports Medicine, Rehabilitation and Exercise Science 2021 cum AFSM Scientific Symposium 2021, Hong Kong. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1j5YLg9pKKIHA_H8pqFkY6Cv7akYU_J6g/view
Kung C.Y., Sun F.H., Chow C.C.C., and Zhang B.R. (2021, September). Effect of an 8-week weight training program on rope skipping performance. The 26th Annual Congress of European College of Sport Science, Virtual Congress (Poster presentation), Virtual Congress.
Pun, W.Y. & Chow, C.C.G. (2021, September). The construct validity and test-retest reliability of portable jump measuring systems: My Jump 2, HomeCourt & Takei Vertical Jump Meter for measuring countermovement jump. European College of Sports Science - ECSS Virtual Congress 2021 – Book of Abstract, Online. https://www.ecss2006.com/ASP/CONGRESS/TOOLS/myPROGRAMME_BUILDER/PB5_Read.asp
Chow, C.C.G. (2020, October). Positional physical demands of national touch rugby in a two-day international test match series using GPS player tracking system [Abstract]. European College of Sports Science - 25th Anniversary Congress – Book of Abstract, Spain.
Chow, C.C. G., Fong, S.S.M., Chung, J.W.Y., Chung, L.M.Y., Ma, A.W.W., & Macfarlane, D.J. (2016, June). Inferior balance strategy is associated with insufficient training experience but not with injury history in rugby players. 2016 Asia-Pacific Knee, Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Society and 13th International Forum of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Surgery, HK.
Fong, S.S.M, Chow, G.C.C., Cheng, Y.T.Y., Leung, J.C.Y., Yam, T.T.T., Ki, W.Y., & Macfarlane, D.J. (2015, November). Cardiovascular health in children with developmental coordination disorder. Paper presented at 19th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Institute of Cardiovascular Science and Medicine and the 10th Across the Strait Scientific Conference on Cardiovascular Science, Hong Kong.
Fong S.S.M., Ng, S.S.M., Chow, L.P.Y., Chow, C.C., Chung, L.M.Y. (2013, October). Taekwondo athletes have greater knee muscular strength at fast movement speed.. 9th Asian Conference on Sport Science, Hong Kong.
CHEUNG, P.Y., CHOW, C.C., CHEN, W.P (2013, May). Dynamic Balance Between Normal and Overweight Young Adults. Paper presented at 2013 ACSM Annual Meeting, USA.

Creative and Literary Works, Consulting Reports and Case Studies
Film, video
Chow, C.C.G. & Kam, W.K.K (2020). Edu Touch Kit 2. Hong Kong: The Education University of Hong Kong. https://sites.google.com/friends.eduhk.hk/eduhktouchkit/
Chow, C.C.G. (2020). PE – Online Learning Platform. In PE Teaching Enhancement Resource Network (iPETERN).. Hong Kong: Education Bureau. https://ipetern.hpe.eduhk.hk/tc/tc/category/uncategorized//topic-1285
Chow, C.C.G. (2020). Using Heart Rate Monitoring System for PE Lesson. In PE Teaching Enhancement Resource Network (PETERN).. Hong Kong: Education Bureau. https://ipetern.hpe.eduhk.hk/tc/tc/category/uncategorized//topic-1279
Kam, W.K., Chow, C.C. & Chan, C.Y. (2020)。 "City 2020 Anti-Epidemic” campaign: A series of video clips on Home-Based Exercise。Hong Kong: HPE, The Education University of Hong Kong。

Projects
Balance Bike: An Evidenced Solution for Better Postural Stability and Control in Children
Cycling independently is a foundational movement skills. However, 9.7% of people around the globe do not know how to ride a bicycle. This would be equivalent to approximately 65 thousand primary and secondary school students in Hong Kong. Learning to cycle relies heavily upon family, and younger cyclists with less than two years of experience are usually prone to accidents, especially single-bike crashes. Thus, it is vital to introduce children to cycling at an earlier stage of their lives. Unfortunately, at the family level, guardians do not usually prioritise children learning this skill, possibly due to financial status and/or the lack of expertise. Consequently, school programmes play an important role here. Cycling performance relies on controllable cycling stability to deal with various cycling scenarios. During a bicycle ride, lateral deviations tend to be the predominant perturbation. A recent new method to teach cycling is to adopt a balance bike, a conventional bike without pedals, which allows novel cyclists to experience controlling their centre of mass on the wheels so they can glide on a bike with their feet off the ground. Evidence has shown that using a balance bike could reduce the starting age and the duration of learning. Our pilot intervention study demonstrated the effectiveness of a novel balance bike training programme for adults. However, the causal relationship between cycling performance, postural control, and training efficiency among children is still unidentified. To date, wearable inertial measurement units allow researchers to quantify the postural sway during upright stance and cycling dynamic scenarios. In addition, it allows researchers to assess participants’ postural control in real-case scenarios. Therefore, this research aims:
1. to quantify the postural stability to compare the performances of school-aged children who can (cyclists) and cannot cycle independently (non-cyclists) during upright stance and riding on a balance bike,
2. to investigate the effectiveness of a novel balance bike intervention for improving the riding cycling stability on a balance bike in non-cyclists,
3. to investigate the effectiveness of the balance bike intervention for upskilling children’s motor skills and physical fitness as well as their cycling confidence on a two-wheel bike.


Project Start Year: 2024, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching
 

REAL Programme - Curriculum review
The objective of the REAL programme is to foster students' interest in learning English through the enjoyable activity of playing rugby in a safe and controlled environment. The Rugby for Good (RFG) initiative, in collaboration with the British Council, developed a booklet on rugby several years ago. RFG has adapted this content to align with the sporting context. With an approved budget, RFG aims to collaborate with Dr. Chow Chi Ching Gary at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and experienced English teachers from primary schools who have extensive knowledge in physical education (PE) and English language teaching. Their involvement will include reviewing the teaching materials and coaching plans.

The purpose of this project is to provide expertise in reviewing the curriculum of the REAL Programme, as well as the associated teaching materials and learning activities.


Project Start Year: 2024, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching
 

Provision of Services for Composing Video Clips of Training Drills on Badminton and Handball
This project is to provide 40 video clips of training drills on badminton and handball for the preparation of the practical component in HKDSE (PE) examination.

Project Start Year: 2023, Principal Investigator(s): HO, Yik Kiu (CHOW, Chi Ching as Co-Investigator)
 

Empowering artificial intelligence assessment of skills proficiency test for pre-service teachers in physical education
Although the influence of formative assessment has been widely examined and documented (Bennett, 2011; Black & Wiliam, 2009), the implementation of skill-based assessment by including formative assessment elements is understudied (e.g., Smee, 2003). Skill-specific assessment rubrics provide unique essential dimensions and performance indicators to teachers and students for motor skill assessment and development guidelines, like the hurdle clearance technique observational tool. Traditionally, those skill-specific assessment rubrics are presented in written or pictorial format. It is not easy for every pre-service teacher to understand the criteria by words or pictures.

Current technology allows pre-service teachers to visualize different levels of skill performance that facilitate their self-controlled feedback. However, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in formative assessment for Hurdle clearance could not be found in Physical Education (PE) or sports coaching industry. There is a compelling need to develop low-cost, reliable and valid measures that are suitable for improving students’ self-directed learning (see a systematic review by Eddy et al., 2020).

This TDG project aims to develop an AI in formative assessment (Hurdle). The assessment is purposefully designed for supporting the PE pre-service teachers by adopting artificial intelligence technology and innovative assessment method to ensure that the individual’s contribution is recognized and fairly assessed.


Project Start Year: 2023, Principal Investigator(s): WONG, Hoi Wai (CHOW, Chi Ching as Co-Principal Investigator)
 

Tackling Language – Curriculum Review
The Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation (HKRUCF) adopts rugby play-based learning methodology to develop a curriculum which will enhance confidence in second language of Cantonese and English speaking students in secondary schools in Hong Kong. The University (Dr. Gary Chow) review and provide feedbacks on this curriculum from both language and sporting perspectives.

Project Start Year: 2022, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

Online SDT Informed Intervention Motivates Children to Exercise at Home: A RCT Study
COVID-19 forces exceptional changes in work and school cultures across the world. The school suspension has led teachers to look for innovative ways of engaging students online. The remarkable benefits of doing exercise are relieving stress, maintaining our sanity, staying healthy and preventing muscle atrophy due to spending much more time at home and adopting a more sedentary lifestyle.

Teachers have been playing a significant role in encouraging their students to be physically active, while the reduction in student-teacher interaction during the closure of schools makes this less achievable. The safest place to exercise during the pandemic is at home where students and their guardians are likely to spend most of their time. However, motivating children to exercise can be challenging. Technology has connected our community with a brave new, impeccably choreographed channel. Physical education teachers can upload daily workout for students to complete at home using crude equipment. However, without having any theory to guide implementation strategy, the effectiveness is in doubt. Research on exercise motivation from the standpoint of the Self-determination Theory (SDT) has been growing substantially recently. SDT advocates a motivational approach that prompts favourable outcomes by satisfying the three innate, essential, and universal psychological needs, namely autonomy, competence, and relatedness. Taken together, research grounded in SDT that encourages guardians to promote children’s PA level and motivation is limited. Therefore, this research aims to i) investigate the effectiveness of online daily workout for improving physical activity (PA) level at home among primary school-age children and ii) examine the underlying mechanisms behind the change of PA associated with SDT. A randomised controlled trial will be conducted. 290 guardian-children pairs will be recruited and allocated to four groups: i) given exercise choices, ii) coaching cues, iii) both choic


Project Start Year: 2022, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

An interactive avatar toolkit: Enhancing students’ online learning engagement in higher education
The project aims to develop and implement an interactive avatar (iAvatar) toolkit aligned with: (1) a framework of five dimensions of meaningful learning with technology, (2) the iAvatar toolkit design model, and (3) engagement to create a virtual interactive learning community.

Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): SONG, Yanjie (CHOW, Chi Ching as Co-Investigator)
 

Teaching adults to ride a bike through a novel cycling task: Differences of electromyography activity, gait and posture between bikers and non-bikers on a balance bike.
A balance bike, a bike without pedals, involves the rider walking or sprinting while sitting on it and is anecdotally regarded as a safe tool for learning to cycle quicker due to a similar balance strategy. It has been adopted to be a transferring skill for learning to cycle. This project aims 1) to investigate the differences of muscle activity and riding kinematics on a balance bike between adults with and without experience in cycling, 2) to investigate whether participating in balance bike training would build those without cycling experience, skills and confidence to cycle in the future, and 3) to examine the changes of muscle activation and hip kinematics of adults without previous cycling experience riding on a balance bike before and after the balance bike training.

Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching
 

Pilot and Feasibility Studies of Applying Remote Assessment in Physical Education
In response to the social distancing measures in Hong Kong during pandemic, Department of Health and Physical Education (HPE) of The Education University of Hong Kong, in collaboration with Hong Kong Physical Education Association, created a series of home exercise videos to encourage people to stay physically active at home. This was covered by numerous media in Hong Kong. However, without having any evaluating strategies, the effectiveness is in doubt. Consequently, the ultimate aim of the current project is to develop a low-cost, easy-to-use and attracting portable device which allows children to self-motivate to do exercise and self-administer assessments. Rope skipping can be done anytime and anywhere; therefore, this project will start with incorporating technology into this sport. The research team will cooperate with a technology company to invent a portable technological rope which incorporates heart rate monitor, pedometer and accelerometer to record exercise intensity, the number of steps/jumps taken and movement speed respectively. These can reflect energy expenditure and will be provided to the users instantly. Rewards, for example, badges, positive feedback and school ranking, will be offered as children seem to be keen to compete. As a result, the deliverables from the project will provide handy resources for teachers to guide the school children to do exercise at home and offer guidelines on how much exercise should be done with health benefits so as to promote an active lifestyle in the society.

Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

Pilot and Feasibility Studies of Applying Remote Assessment in Physical Education (HKSAR Private Fund – Industries (Active Learning Solutions Limited)
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, there would have various restrictions on social life and education to slow the spread of COVID-19. These include introducing varying degrees of social isolation and restrictions on school sports and physical education. Attempts were made to ensure the continuity of learning by using distance-learning tools and encourage people to stay physically active at home. A handy and convenient tool and activity were expected in order to provide an easy reference on physical activity level and related physical fitness. The project aims to 1) evaluate the ability of a newly invented portable rope to assess children’s rope skipping performance, PA level and physical fitness in Hong Kong and to 2) examine the short-term effect of using the newly invented rope in school and at home on children’s rope skipping performance, PA level and physical fitness. As a result, the project provides a preliminary data on the development of resources for teachers and parents to guide the school children to do exercise at home and offer guidelines on how much exercise should be done with health benefits so as to promote an active lifestyle in the society. The project will be further developed into a remote resource for teaching physical education and a territory-wide physical fitness data by using simple and convenient physical activity at home.

Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching
 

Effects of Game-based High-Intensity Interval Training Program on the Executive Function of Children with ADHD: A Randomized Controlled Trial (GRF)
Effects of Game-based High-Intensity Interval Training on the Executive Function of Children with ADHD: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Project Start Year: 2021, Principal Investigator(s): SUN, Fenghua 孫風華 (CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清 as Co-Investigator)
 

EdU Online Class Platform (EOCP) with Community of Practice (CoP)
This project aims at strengthening the EdU Online Classes Platform, and developing quality multi-media teaching materials to support the teaching of primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong.

Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): TSANG, Po Keung Eric 曾寶強 (CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清 as Co-Investigator)
 

Movement Pattern of Touch Rugby: Comparison between National Players and Collegiate Players in Small Sized Games
This project is supported by the Start-up Research Grant for Newly Recruited Assistant Professors. Despite the popularity of touch rugby, scientific investigations in this arena are limited. There are three objectives for the current project. The first one is to find the differences in movement pattern and intensities between national and collegiate touch rugby team. The second objective is to figure out the differences of movement pattern and intensities between six-a-side (official competition setting) and four-a-side (small-sized game setting) touch rugby games. If there is any significant difference in the second objective, it would lead to the final objective – how the size of the pitch affects the game patterns and intensities of six-a-side and four-a-side touch rugby games. Ultimately, PI hope to develop a formula of small-sized games in order to ensure that athletes are practicing skills and experiencing physiological stress that are required for an official game.

Project Start Year: 2020, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

Provision for Services for TWO Professional Development Programmes (PDPs) on “Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)”
This project aims to provide two identical PDPs on "Information Technology in Physical Education" to in-service PE teachers in Hong Kong

Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

Provision of Service for Composing Two “Information Technology (IT) in Physical Education (PE)” Learning and Teaching Materials
This project aims to develop two "IT in PE" learning and teaching materials including two sets of video demonstration including instructional manual for teachers and students, and related worksheets. Details may refer to https://ipetern.hpe.eduhk.hk/tc/category/primary/

Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

EdU Touch Resource Pack - Phase 2
Rugby is one of the most popular sports worldwide and has received much scientific attention. Emphasis has been placed on the movement and physiological demands of rugby trainings and matches (Beaven, et al., 2014) and recovery strategies (Chow, et al., 2017; 2018). Playing recreational touch rugby has been evidenced to improve the cardiovascular autonomic control of sedentary subjects (Filliau, et al., 2014), which provide encouraging support to the aims of promoting MVPA60 in schools.

This project is 1) to produce an evidenced-based resource pack for teachers to teach touch rugby in secondary school and 2) to promote the use of evidence-based resource pack in touch rugby community including clubs and youth national team.


Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

Promotion of STEM in PE to the Schools in Hong Kong
A research project together with a STEM competition to develop students’ sense of inquiry to enhance either sports performance or health promotion is proposed. A STEM-based approach in teaching PE with specific features will be proposed and identified. Data from both local schools for the STEM-based approach in teaching PE. Pedagogical cases on the approach will be developed with collaboration from local schools by July 2020.
In order to develop this STEM based alternate teaching strategy in PE, a research-based project could be conducted in 2020 to develop some pedagogical cases and illuminate the features of the approach. At the same time, interest of students from local primary and secondary schools as well as general public could be aroused by promoting a STEM competition for sports performance enhancement and health promotion in June 2021.


Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
 

Provision of Services for the Hong Kong PE Teacher Conference (2019 and 2020)
Hong Kong Physical Education Teachers Conference 2019 (formerly known as Summer School for PE Teachers), featuring the theme "Strengthening the Implementation of Six Strands in PE Curriculum" in 2019 and "Meaningful PE for Next Generation" initiated by the Education Bureau, is organized by the Department of Health and Physical Education, the Education University of Hong Kong. It is an annual professional development programme focusing on sharing innovative curricular practices, pedagogy and assessment.

Project Start Year: 2019, Principal Investigator(s): KAM, Wai Keung Kevin 甘偉強 (CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清 as Co-Investigator)
 

A Comparison of the Physical Activity, Physical Fitness, Cognitive Function and Cardiometabolic Health of Young People in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom
The proposed project aims to investigate whether there are differences in physical activity, physical fitness, cognitive function and cardiometabolic health between young people in HK and UK, as well as how physical activity and physical fitness affect cognitive function of young people.

Project Start Year: 2018, Principal Investigator(s): SUN, Fenghua 孫風華 (CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清 as Co-Investigator)
 

Professional Development Programmes on STEM in PE
The project provides PDPs for the course participants concerning concepts, development, issues, experiences and practices of STEM with reference to PE teaching and learning in Hong Kong. The course participants are expected to be strengthened with their understanding of STEM in Education from at least five different learning and teaching activities by applying STEM in PE proposed. The programmes also provides an opportunity and platform for PE teachers to share, discuss and disseminate effective learning and teaching strategies in applying STEM in teaching PE.


Project Start Year: 2016, Principal Investigator(s): KAM, Wai Keung Kevin 甘偉強 (CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清 as Co-Investigator)
 

Prizes and awards
Tin Ka Ping Foundation – Learning Award for Mentees of Shi-Tu Scheme 2023-24
It provides students with opportunities to learn through close and continuous interaction with academic or teaching staff. It is hoped that the traditional Chinese virtue of respecting teachers and caring for students can be promoted through close teacher-student relationships. With the generous donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation and the Scheme having experiential learning components, a Learning Award comprising a one-off honorarium will be disbursed to the participating students (“mentees”) upon successful completion of the following assessment tasks at the end of the Scheme.
Date of receipt: /11/2023, Conferred by: Student Affairs Office, EdUHK
 
Tin Ka Ping Foundation – Learning Award for Mentees of Shi-Tu Scheme 2021-22
It provides students with opportunities to learn through close and continuous interaction with academic or teaching staff. It is hoped that the traditional Chinese virtue of respecting teachers and caring for students can be promoted through close teacher-student relationships. With the generous donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation and the Scheme having experiential learning components, a Learning Award comprising a one-off honorarium will be disbursed to the participating students (“mentees”) upon successful completion of the following assessment tasks at the end of the Scheme.
Date of receipt: /11/2021, Conferred by: Student Affairs Office, EdUHK
 
Faculty Teaching Award 2020/21 of FLASS
Dr. Chow was nominated by HoD, HPE colleagues, students and graduates, and was presented with the Faculty Teaching Award 2020/21. The EdUHK, in line with tertiary institutions around the world, sponsors teaching awards for exemplary teaching and good scholarship of teaching, by members of its staff. The Faculty Teaching Award Scheme is established to recognize, encourage and reward excellence in teaching and sustained involvement in disseminating and sharing the results of effective and innovative teaching. This emphasizes the University’s commitment to: (a) fostering teaching excellence; (b) improving student learning; (c) encouraging innovative teaching; and (d) providing leadership in sharing good teaching practices. The awards also help to stimulate discussion within the University about the nature of teaching quality and encourage widespread sharing amongst colleagues.
Date of receipt: 2/8/2021, Conferred by: Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, The Education University of Hong Kong
 
Career Overview

Department of Health and Physical Education, The Education University of Hong Kong
Associate Head of Department (Learning and Teaching)
Date :07/2023- Present