Ms TAI, Yin Yi Tanny   戴燕儀
Lecturer I
Department of Early Childhood Education
Phone No: (852) 2948 8446
Fax No: (852) 2948 7160
Email: yytai@eduhk.hk
Contact
ORCiD
0000-0003-1543-1703
Phone
(852) 2948 8446
Fax
(852) 2948 7160
Email
yytai@eduhk.hk
Selected Output

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters
戴燕儀(2018):從2017年幼稚園教育課程指引反思幼兒階段科數學習意義,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本, 第八冊》,(89-92),香港,戴燕儀,香港教育大學。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2018):《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本, 第八冊》,香港,戴燕儀, 香港教育大學。
戴燕儀(2017):從品德教育思考現今幼兒教育老師的專業角色,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本, 專題研討版》,(31-35),香港,劉慧中,香港教育大學。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編) (2017). 《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本, 專題研討版》. 香港: 劉慧中, 香港教育大學.
戴燕儀(2016):電腦資訊科技的學習環境與親子閱讀如何成就幼兒的均衡發展,,劉慧中、梁長城總編輯,親子樂閱讀指南,(128-131),香港,星島出版。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2016):幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(七),香港,戴燕儀,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2016):幼兒科學與早期數學教育的意義,,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),輯於幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(七),(65-69),香港,戴燕儀,香港教育學院。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(2015):《讓幼兒成為創意思想家:在過程中教師所扮演的角色》,香港,香港教育學院。。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2012):幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(五),香港,香港教育學院。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2012):幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(六),香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):分科與統整課程的優與缺,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(五),(112-113),香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):幼兒教育應該中文獨立成科,劉慧中,戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(六),(27-28),香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):統整課程模式,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(五),(108-111),香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):資訊科技是幼兒教育課程必須的,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(六),(25-26),香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):香港推行免費幼兒教育可從澳門十五年免費教育借鏡什麼,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀:研究與實務結集本(五),(105-107),香港,香港教育學院。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2012):幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(四),香港,劉慧中,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):怎樣是遊戲,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(四),(58-62),香港,劉慧中,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2012):華德福幼教課程模式,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(四),(20-23),香港,劉慧中,香港教育學院。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2010):《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(一) 》,香港,香港教育學院。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2010):《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(三) 》,香港,香港,香港教育學院。
劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編)(2010):《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(二) 》,香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀(2010):從課程定義看香港幼教工作者的素質,劉慧中、戴燕儀(主編),《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(二)》,(69-74),香港,香港教育學院。
戴燕儀、程佳迎(2010):經驗統整課程對幼兒及學校課程編排上是否均衡,戴燕儀、劉慧中(主編),《幼兒教育面面觀: 研究與實務結集本(三)》,(138-148),香港,香港教育學院。

Journal Publications
Tai, Y.Y. (2012). The Impact and Implication of Hong Kong Pre-Primary Education Voucher Scheme. Hong Kong Journal of Early Childhood 香港幼兒學報, Vol.11, No 1 &2, 19-27.

Conference Papers
Tai Y.Y. (2019, July). A pilot study to explore Hong Kong early Childhood educator's attitudes, skills and practices in using Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in early childhood education. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Education, Psychology and Social Studies, Japan.
Lau G. & Tai Y.Y. (2018, May). Ways to Enhance an Effective Moral Education: A discussion. Paper presented at Conference for Research in Early Childhood Education (CRECE), Hong Kong.
劉慧中、戴燕儀(2015,6):在東方文化熏陶下的幼師如何評價幼兒創意之表現? 透過「哲學與幼兒」的研究個案反思所得,論文發表於Quality Childhood Conference International (QCCI),香港。
Lau, G. & Tai, Y.Y. (2015, April). “How Can a Small Class Teaching Environment Cater for Learner Diversity in the Preschool Sector? Exploring the Best Possible Combination: A Study of Two Kindergartens in Hong Kong”. Paper presented at Conference Research in Early Childhood Education (CRECE), Hong Kong.
Tai, Y.Y., & Lau, G. (2015, April). “Philosophy with Young Children? How Preschool Teachers in the Eastern Tradition Value Young Children’s Creativity: A Study of a Hong Kong Childcare Center”. Paper presented at the Conference for Research in Early Childhood Education (CRECE), Hong Kong.
Lau, G. & Tai, Y.Y. (2015, February). “Philosophy With The Young Children: How The Preschool Teachers in the Eastern Tradition Differ in Valuing Young Children’s Creativity With Those in the West?”. Paper presented at the Conference of Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong (CESHK) Annual Conference, Hong Kong.
劉慧中、戴燕儀(2014,2):先導個案研究:怎樣實現小班精神及能夠支持香港幼兒教育的教育政策改革與發展,香港比較教育學會學術年會,香港。
Chan, W.Y.A., Tai, Y.Y. & Wong, Y.M. (2013, April). Early Childhood Educator' Perception on the emotional and Behavioral Problems of Young Children in Hong Kong. Paper presented on conference for International Symposium on Psychology and Education, Kitakyushu, Japan.

Creative and Literary Works, Consulting Reports and Case Studies
Lau, G., & Tai, Y. Y. (2014). Can Young Children be creative thinkers? The role of the teacher in the progress. HKIEd, Hong Kong.

All Other Outputs
Lau, G. & Tai, Y.Y. (2015). "Can Young Children be creative thinkers? The role of the teacher in the process". Hong Kong: Interim report paper, Sharing Seminar of Center of Childhood Research and Innovation (CCRI).

Project

Enhancing Students’ Capacity to Cope with Challenges by Using Strength-Based Approach
This project aims to enhance students’ capacity to cope with challenges in FE/internship through building the character strengths of gratitude, hope, perseverance, and self-regulation in students.
Project Start Year: 2017, Principal Investigator(s): CHAN, Wing Yan Arita 陳詠欣 (TAI, Yin Yi Tanny 戴燕儀 as Co-Investigator)
 
Can Young Children be Creative Thinkers? The Role of the Teachers in the Process
It is often said that adults and children alike have an innate desire to investigate and make sense of the world. As human beings, we ask questions about the things that happen to us---What? How? And why? Philosophy is about asking these important questions and trying to justify our answers. In the process of looking for an answer for their teachers, young children’s creative thoughts are enhanced. This research study is to unfold the creative mind of the young children through the technique . . .
Project Start Year: 2014, Principal Investigator(s): LAU, Grace 劉慧中 (TAI, Yin Yi Tanny 戴燕儀 as Co-Investigator)
 
How does the small class teaching environment cater for learner diversity needs in the preschool sector? An investigation in a preschool in Hong Kong.
Since the late 1990s, early childhood education in Hong Kong has progressively lounged a series of reform to raise the quality of early years education. Along with the emphasis on adopting the ‘child-centred’ concept of children’s learning, the Guide to the Pre-primary Curriculum issued in 2006 recommend an integrated “holistic” approach for an informal acquisition of knowledge through interactions with teachers and among students. Hitherto, small class teaching environment is created via the d . . .
Project Start Year: 2013, Principal Investigator(s): LAU, Grace 劉慧中 (TAI, Yin Yi Tanny 戴燕儀 as Co-Investigator)
 
The Influence of Different Teaching Methods on Attitudes Development in Young Children
The aim of this research is to explore the influence of two kinds of teaching methods, the Thematic Approach and the Project Approach, in attitudes development of five years old children in the Hong Kong Early childhood setting.
Project Start Year: 2008, Principal Investigator(s): TAI Yin Yi Tanny
 
Early Childhood Educators' Perceptions on the Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Young Children in Hong Kong
The aim of the study is to examine early childhood eduactors' perceptions on the emotional and behavioral problems of young children in Hong Kong. Two hundred early childhood educators would be asked to complete the Problem behaviors of Young Children Questionnaire. The responses would be analyzed to provide information on the prevalent rates and the degree of perceived impact of the problem behaviors, and the degree of difficulty in handling such behaviors.
Project Start Year: 2006, Principal Investigator(s): CHAN, Wing Yan Arita 陳詠欣 (TAI, Yin Yi Tanny 戴燕儀 as Co-Investigator)
 
Educational Visits and Exchange with ECE Institutions in Mainland
Funding was granted by HKIEd Faculty Grant Committee to sponsor educational visits and Exchange with Early Childhood Education Institutions in Mainland China. Same as the arrangement in 2005-2006, different modes of education visits to China will be offered to a total of 253 students from different early childhood teacher education programmes with sponsorship from the HK Bank Foundation. It will take place during Christmas and Easter holidays in 2006-07. The visits will include workshops, vis . . .
Project Start Year: 2006, Principal Investigator(s): WONG NGAI CHUN, MARGARET 黃艾珍 (TAI, Yin Yi Tanny 戴燕儀 as Co-Investigator)
 
Educational Visits to the Mainland (funded by The Hong Kong Bank Foundation)
Funding was granted by the Hong Kong Bank Foundation to sponsor educational visits and Exchange with Early Childhood Education Institutions in Mainland China. Same as the arrangement in 2005-2006, different modes of education visits to China will be offered to a total of 253 students from different early childhood teacher education programmes with sponsorship from the HK Bank Foundation. It will take place during Christmas and Easter holidays in 2006-07. The visits will include workshops, vis . . .
Project Start Year: 2006, Principal Investigator(s): WONG NGAI CHUN, MARGARET 黃艾珍 (TAI, Yin Yi Tanny 戴燕儀 as Co-Investigator)