全職教員 Department Of Educational Administration & Policy Faculty of Education

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電郵:
pkwan@cuhk.edu.hk

電話: 3943 1069

辦公室: 何添樓404室
 

關譽綱教授

副教授
工商管理學士(中大),工商管理碩士(英國城市大學),高級教育文憑(Surrey),教育博士(中大)

Trained in the field of Business Management and Marketing and having worked in the commercial sector, Paula is particularly interested in investigating the application of business theories and practices in educational contexts. Her most recent research projects include the work lives and job satisfaction of vice principals, principal recruitment and selection, and organizational culture. She has published in both educational and business journals. In addition to teaching, she has been involved in a number of management consultancy and training projects contracted by Hong Kong SAR Government, public bodies and commercial institutions. These include the Lands Department HKSAR, Land Registry HKSAR, Hong Kong Community Chest, City University of Hong Kong, Bank of China(Hong Kong), Shanghai Commercial Bank, HMV Hong Kong, and Sun Hung Kai Properties.

教育領導
校長發展
學校效能與學校改進
學校組織與教育行政管理
Kwan, P. & Wong, Y.L. (2016). Parental involvement in schools and class inequality in education: some recent findings from Hong Kong. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 11(2), 91-102 .
Kwan, P. & Li, Y.B. (2016). Striving for a way out from a rock and a hard place – Vice-principals’ development in Hong Kong. The International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching, 5(3), 239-252.
Kwan, P. (2016). The Effect of Trust on the Relationship between Instructional Leadership and Student Outcomes in Hong Kong Secondary Schools. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 25(1), 111-121.
Kwan, P. and Li, Y.B. (2015). Empowerment or Impediment? School governance in the school-based management era in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 35(3), 319-330.
Kwan, P. & Tam, F. (2015). A study of the relationship between governance and school effectiveness in Hong Kong. International Journal of Social Science & Human Behavior Study, 2 (1), 28-31.

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