Teaching and Mentoring
ECE 4267 Honors Project II: Research Methods & Proposal in Early Childhood and Family Studies (3 Credits), The Education University of Hong Kong
This course is a continuation of the Honours Project I, and serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for students. It provides opportunities for students to conduct research independently under the guidance of their supervisors. Students are expected to finalize their initial project proposal first. By the end of the course, students are expected to present their research findings and submit a research report.
ECE 3259 Current Issues in Child Development (3 credits), The Education University of Hong Kong
The course aims to equip students with an in-depth understanding about contemporary issues, milestones, needs, and challenges in early childhood development in diverse contexts. Students are asked to discuss and reflect critically on major developmental and family theories in Hong Kong and other societies. Through the lenses of theories and empirical research, the course is designed to facilitate students’ application of knowledge into practice.
ECE 0025 Child Development (3 credits), The Education University of Hong Kong
This course introduces students to a number of theories as well as contemporary research on neurosciences and child development between 0-8 years. Major developmental milestones in the domains of physical, social and emotional, as well as cognitive and language development are highlighted. The course places an emphasis on the whole child, directing students to appreciate how different domains of child development may affect one another. The course also emphasizes how theory and research can be used to inform teaching practices.
Psych 1404 Lifespan Development (3 credits), Worcester Polytechnic Institute
This course provides an overview of the human development from conception to death, with an emphasis on the scientific analysis of developmental patterns. The course covers the biological cognitive, emotional, social, personality, linguistic, and moral development of the individual at different stages of life. Students critically examine the theoretical, methodological, and practical approaches to understanding how social, emotional, and academic factors and contexts influence developmental trajectories.
CPSY 2301 Introduction to Child Psychology (4 credits), University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
This course introduces students to the study of child psychology. A broad range of topics in development from the prenatal period through adolescence, including cognitive, perceptual, social, and emotional development is covered. This course introduces students to important research and theoretical approaches in the field of developmental psychology.
Shirley Tsang at EdUHK (2023 - )
Cherry Chong at EdUHK (2023 - )
Hermione Tsang at EdUHK (2023 - )
Rachel Kwan at EdUHK (2023 - )
Winnie Chan at EdUHK (2023 - )
Hailey Cheng at EdUHK (2023 - )
Mandy Chan at EdUHK (2023 - )
Janette Jerusal at WPI (2021 - 2022)
Chloe Byrne at WPI (2021 - 2022)
Justin Roberts (2021 - 2022)
Stephanie Reis at WPI (2020 – 2021)
Julie Andrade at WPI (2020 – 2021)
Cindy Trac at WPI (2019 - 2021)
Alisionna Iannacchione at WPI (2019 - 2021)
Lilly-Beth Linnell at WPI (2019 - 2022)
Patrick O’Mullan at WPI (2018 - 2019)
Jena Nickolay at UMN (2017 -2018)
Courtney Alama at UMN (2017 -2018)
High school Students
Shreyashee Bhattacharjee at WPI (2018 - 2019)
Simone Nelson-Whilte at WPI (2021)