Dr. CHAN Hung Cheong, Morton
Dr. Chan Hung Cheong Morton is the director of Quality School Improvement Project and Professional Consultant of the Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research, CUHK. While serving at QSIP, Dr. Chan is devoted in actualising the philosophy of comprehensive school improvement and has provided a wide range of in-depth support for a large number of schools based on their development focus, including planning, implementation and evaluation of school management, professional development for middle managers and enhancement of assessment literacy etc. He is also the author of several series of professional articles with the foci of school improvement, catering for learner diversity, self-directed learning, assessment literacy and life-wide learning.
Dr. Chan received his BSc and MPhil in Mathematics. He then pursued a Postgraduate Diploma in Education as he entered the field of education. When he developed his career in school management and school improvement, he later went on to receive his Certificate for Principalship, MSSc in Law and Public Affairs, and EdD in Educational Administration and Policy.
Prior to taking up the current position, Dr. Chan has served various professional posts, including Head of Mathematics Panel and Head of Educational Administration of secondary school, School Development Officer of QSIP, Senior Curriculum Development Officer and Chief Curriculum Development Officer of Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau. During his service at the Education Bureau, he designed and conducted over 60 sessions of territory-wide seminars for school leaders and shared insightful ideas for block timetabling, issues of supplementary lessons and multiple pathways under the New Academic Structure, to facilitate the development of the New Senior Secondary Curriculum and Life-wide Learning.
He has developed extensive experience in working with schools in Hong Kong and Macau. With his expertise in school improvement and teacher professional development, Dr. Chan has provided school-based professional training for over 200 schools and served as the keynote speaker in a large number of joint school teacher development days and public seminars.
Comprehensive school improvement, enhancement of learning and teaching effectiveness and assessment literacy of schools
School Development Officers (2023/24)
Dr. CHEUNG Hiu Tung, Becky
Experienced English Language educator. Recipient of Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence. Former Secondary School English teacher and Deputy Head of the English Department, part-time writer of learning, teaching and assessment materials for primary and secondary English Education. Also served as an honorary teaching consultant of The Hong Kong Institute of Education (presently known as The Education University of Hong Kong) and member of the Requirements of Basic Academic Attainments in English Language for Secondary Schools Development Team led by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macau SAR and facilitator for the related professional development events.
English Language education, curriculum development and instructional design, self-directed learning, assessment literacy
Dr. CHOW Fu Hung, Michael
30 years of extensive experience in the field of education. Former Secondary School Principal, Vice Principal, Curriculum Master and Head of Chinese Language Panel. Awardee of Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence. Former Chairman of the Chinese Language Subject Committee for the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE) and Assistant Examiner of Chinese Language Subject for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE). Enriched teacher professional development at schools of various backgrounds and facilitated the development of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Invited speaker of workshops organized by the Education Bureau, the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA), different universities and secondary schools.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Chinese Language education, pedagogical content knowledge of Chinese Language, teacher professional development, school improvement
Ms. CHUI Tak Kwan, Eve
Experienced Head of Mathematics Panel in secondary school, with extensive experience in establishing departmental systems and leading departmental reforms; possesses unique insights and practical experience in designing school-based mathematics curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment strategies to cater for learner diversity. Has been invited to conduct new teacher training and teacher professional training.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Mathematics Education; assessment literacy; departmental PIE
Ms. CHUNG Shuk Ting, Jenny
Former middle manager in secondary school and experienced Chemistry teacher; served as the Head of Career and Life Planning and Other Learning Experiences for over a decade. Extensive experience in facilitating initiatives for student support; skilled in designing cross-curricular learning and integrating career and life planning education into learning of various academic subjects. Her extensive experience has been widely shared at teacher professional development events organised by the Education Bureau, local universities and secondary schools.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Science and Chemistry, cross-curricular learning, career and life planning, Values Education, class-ethos building
Dr. HO Bik Yue, Beatrice
Research in the fields of school improvement, teacher professional development and curriculum implementation in primary and secondary schools. Facilitated planning, implementation and evaluation for school management and learning and teaching enhancement initiatives in kindergartens of various backgrounds.
School improvement and relevant administrative support, teacher professional development, kindergarten teachers’ training
Ms. HO Ching Man, Noel
Ms. Ho is a reflective practitioner with over 20 years of experience in the field of education. Former History teacher in senior secondary education. Having served in the respective capacities of Head of Senior School, Head of Primary School, Head of Academic Affairs and Coordinator of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme concurrently at a through-train school in which she was the Deputy Principal, she was experienced in combining the essence of the international and local curricula for which cater to learner diversity. Ms. Ho had a guiding role in the collaborative development of school-based programmes, while promoting and evaluating holistic pedagogy, curriculum planning and design. Her areas of expertise also include cultivating middle leadership through raising self-awareness in others, thereby developing mindsets and skill sets required through providing direction, creating alignment, therefore boosting schoolwide commitment and staff dedication.
She has delivered public seminars on a variety of topics which included whole-school curriculum planning, inquiry-based learning, catering for learner diversity, questioning strategies, student wellbeing in the delivery of learning and teaching, to name but a few examples.
Curriculum leadership, planning and design with a focus on inquiry-driven, concept-based and interdisciplinary learning; middle-level leadership development; wellbeing and learning; monitoring of the P-I-E cycle
Ms. LEE Chun Man, Alice
Former Head of English Literature Panel, English Language teacher and Coordinator of school-based Aesthetic Education in secondary school.
Collaborated with more than 50 primary and secondary schools in the areas of English Panel development, enhancement of curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and enrichment of professional capacity of teachers.
Language arts, Literature in English, experiential learning, aesthetic education, assessment literacy, teacher professional development
Dr. LEUNG Shing Him
Artistic Director of a professional theatre company. Among the pioneer educators in Hong Kong who first applied ‘Drama-in-Education’ in various subjects, including Chinese Language, English Language, General Studies and Moral Education, to enhance learning and teaching. With over 20 years of dedication to developing 'Drama-in-Education, Dr. Leung has collaborated with more than a hundred schools.
His efforts to promote learning motivation have earned him high regard from the field. He has been invited to share his expertise on enhancing learning motivation through teacher professional development seminars at more than 50 primary and secondary schools.
Also committed to providing professional support in cross-curricular learning, project learning week, inquiry-based learning, STEM, classroom questioning and enhancing learning motivation in recent years.
Pedagogy of Drama-in-Education, learning and teaching of Genetral Studies, STEM, cross-curricular learning, learning motivation
Principal LEUNG Yun Lin, Lilian
Principal Leung has over 30 years of extensive frontline experience in the field of education; she has served as Principal, Vice-Principal, Primary School Mistress for Curriculum Development (PSMCD), Prefect of Studies, and Head of Chinese Language Panel. The experience in the frontline has developed her profound expertise in school management and curriculum development.
Principal. Leung has been actively facilitating the development of Chinese Language Education in the primary school sector. She has served as the Assistant Project Leader of Chinese Extensive Reading Scheme in Primary School in the Advisory Inspectorate Division at the former Education Department. She also participated as a member of Committee on Chinese Language Education of Curriculum Development Council, member of Assessment Panel on Chinese Language Education Key Learning Area of Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence, judge of Hong Kong Picture Book Award, and performed other services related to Chinese Language Education for the former Education Department.
School management and improvement; professional development for principals and teachers; enhancing learning and teaching effectiveness through lesson observation and consultation; curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Chinese Language Education in primary school
Ms. LI Man Ming
Ms. Li was the Coordinator of Personal, Social and Humanities Education and Heads of History, Life and Society, and Citizenship and Social Development Panels in secondary school. She has solid experience in curriculum planning, teaching material design and cross-curricular planning while serving in the frontline. She was also the Coordinator of Values Education and understands the latest development very well. She is also experienced in building class-ethos. Having being invited to participate as a seconded teacher under the IT in Education Centre of Excellence (CoE) Scheme of the Educational Bureau for the past few years, Ms. Li actively provided on-site support to schools and conducted professional development programmes to help teachers implement e-learning.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Personal, Social and Humanities Education; cross-curricular learning; e-learning; Values Education, student development and class building
Dr. LUI Pan, Flora
Former Head of Chinese Language Panel in secondary school and writer of teaching materials. Also served as a committee member of the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA), as well as part-time lecturer and honorary teaching adviser at various tertiary institutions.
Over the past decade, Dr. Lui has provided professional support to more than 200 schools, with focuses on school improvement, teacher professional development, and the development and implementation of Chinese Language and Chinese culture curricular. The collaboration has facilitated schools in different sectors (primary, secondary and kindergarten) with diverse backgrounds to continuously develop their school management and learning-teaching-assessment, demonstrating both the depth and breadth of professional support.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Chinese Language Education in primary and secondary schools, Chinese culture learning, cross-curricular curriculum design, kindergarten teachers’ training, teacher professional development, school improvement
Ms. MAK Ka Yin, Karis
Former Head of General Studies Panel and the coordinators of STE(A)M and Positive Education in primary school, leading the department in curriculum, pedagogy and assessment reforms. Extensive practical experience in designing teaching materials and integrating Positive Education into subject learning, as well as in developing and implementing life-wide learning, project learning and cross-curricular learning. Has been invited to conduct teacher training and parent education sessions at different educational institutions.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Chinese Language Education and General Studies, service learning, cross-curricular learning, project-based learning, positive education, catering for learner diversity, discipline and counselling, parent education, Values Education, student development and class building
Principal NG Kit Yung
Principal NG Kit Yung is a seasoned education professional and former secondary school principal with extensive practical experience in school management, student development, and moral education. Over the years, she has served as a committee member of various development committees under the Tin Ka Ping Foundation, as well as chairperson and member of Learning Resources and Support Services Committee under the Curriculum Development Council. She has also been involved in other public roles related to moral education, demonstrating a long-standing commitment to promoting educational development. Her contributions, particularly in the area of student support, are significant.
School management and improvement; professional development for middle-level leaders; Values Education; class-ethos building; life-wide learning
Mr. OR Chi Ming, Anthony
Experienced Mathematics educator. Former secondary school Mathematics Panel Head, Guest Lecturer of Faculty of Education of The University of Hong Kong, and Field Experience Consultant of The Education University of Hong Kong. Former Senior Curriculum Development Officer of the Education Infrastructure Division of Education Bureau, responsible for analyzing data of Territory-wide System Assessment (TSA) at primary and secondary levels to develop teaching resources and conduct studies, and organized Assessment for Learning seminars and workshops for primary and secondary school teachers. Currently the Guest Lecturer of The Education University of Hong Kong, author of primary Mathematics textbooks, and consultant of Mathematics e-learning. Former chairman of GeoGebra Institute of Hong Kong.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Mathematics Education in primary and secondary schools, assessment literacy e-learning, resources development of GeoGebra, teacher professional development
Ms. OR Yuk Yee
Former Primary School Mistress for Curriculum Development (PSMCD). Solid experience in coordinating teacher professional development platforms and activities, and facilitating teachers in developing students’ self-directed learning capabilities and catering for learner diversity. Also experienced in developing school-based curriculum and teaching materials, particularly regarding cross-curricular learning, including, but not limited to, reading and writing across the curriculum, project learning, and STEM. Knowledgeable in student development in different grade levels, and the interface between primary school and secondary school, and that between kindergarten and primary school. Former Head of Chinese Language Panel, with rich knowledge and practical experience in Chinese Language Education.
Curriculum development and instructional design, self-directed learning, teacher professional development, Chinese Language Education
Ms. POON Wing Ching, Prudence
Provided professional support to over a hundred primary and secondary schools, kindergartens and special schools of various backgrounds (including government, aided, Direct Subsidy Scheme schools and ‘through-train’ schools) in Hong Kong and Macau for comprehensive school improvement, covering areas such as school development planning and review, middle-level leadership development, enhancement of learning and teaching, student development, and parent education. In recent years, Ms. Poon has focused on promoting the concept and practice of ‘assessment literacy’ among teachers, as well as designing and implementing inquiry-based learning and cross-curricular learning on various themes.
In the early years, Ms. Poon had served as Head of Science Panel in secondary school, Head of General Studies Panel in primary school, Primary School Mistress for Curriculum Development (PSMCD) and Curriculum Development Officer of a ‘through-train’ School. Also served as a member of the Incorporated Management Committee in a ‘through-train school’, and participated in curriculum training for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP).
Represented the QSIP team on multiple occasions as a guest speaker at public seminar hosted by various educational institutions as well as conducted presentation at academic conferences to share insights on school planning and review, self-directed learning, differentiated instruction, assessment literacy, cross-curricular learning, STEM, blended learning and other related topics.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Science Education and General Studies, curriculum development for ‘through-train’ schools, PIE (Planning-Implementation-Evaluation) for school development, curriculum design and pedagogy for cross-curricular learning, STEM education and life-wide learning (local and overseas), assessment literacy
Ms. SHETO Ching Kwan, Melody
Experienced Head of English Language Panel in secondary school, responsible for coordinating school-based curriculum design, language across the curriculum (LAC), teacher training, school-based and joint-school English activities as well as overseas English exchange programmes. Former member of the Territory-wide System Assessment Moderation Committee with solid experience in public examinations analysis. Invited by local and overseas schools for sharing of English curriculum design and teaching strategies. Facilitated professional development of teachers at schools of various backgrounds in Hong Kong and Macau.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of English Language Education, school administration and subject panel management, teacher professional development
Mr. SHUM On Bong, Paul
Former secondary school Vice-Principal, Head of Physics Panel, and Director of Administration and School Development Officer at Direct Subsidy Scheme school. Participated in various committees under the Curriculum Development Council and the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) for reviewing the Physics curriculum.
Solid experience in facilitating STEM education and creating a science-learning environment (e.g. managing learning stations and experimental areas of various science themes, coordinating and designing cross-curricular learning activities and science competitions).
School administration and subject panel management, curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Science and Physics, professional development for middle managers, lesson observation and consultation
Mr. SIT Hoi Fai
Professional theatre actor. Former Visual Arts Subject Coordinator in primary school and Arts Education coordinator of Education and Outreach Department, Hong Kong Art Festival. Former guest lecturer of The Education University of Hong Kong.
Solid experience in developing drama curriculum and programmes that incorporate drama and arts into classroom teaching and regular curriculum, as well as art tours and the curriculum of life-wide learning in primary and secondary schools with various backgrounds. Dedicated to integrating arts education into the regular curriculum. Also experienced in assisting schools to build class-ethos.
Pedagogy of Drama-in-Education, story approach, Visual arts education, integrating arts education into formal curriculum and teaching, art appreciation, Values Education, student development and class building
Ms. TSANG Hoi Chi, Rosy
Former Deputy Head of English Language Panel in secondary school, responsible for leading the subject panel in development of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Solid experience in designing teaching materials for English learning. Extensive experience in supporting English panel improvement in primary and secondary schools of various backgrounds; skilled in assisting schools to systematically develop language across the curriculum (LaC).
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of English Language Education, Language across the Curriculum
Dr. WU Chui Shan, Tracy
Former Head of Social Studies Panel, Economics teacher and member of the Incorporated Management Committee in secondary school. Writer of teaching materials for Life and Society. Invited by the Curriculum Development Institute of the Education Bureau to conduct teacher training and design teaching kits for Economics teacher.
While serving at QSIP, enhanced learning & teaching and cultivated middle-level leadership in more than a hundred schools with different backgrounds. In recent years, she assisted many schools in enhancing the student support system and promoting Values Education, especially in strengthening class-ethos building with significant achievement.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Economics and Integrated Humanities, assessment literacy, school improvement, lesson observation and consultation, Values Education, class-ethos building
Mr. YUEN Hon Kee
Former Head of Chinese Language Panel in secondary school. Served at secondary schools of various backgrounds and developed teaching strategies that cater for learners with diverse learning needs. Writer of secondary school textbooks for Chinese Language, editor and writer of learning materials for Literary Chinese, consultant for textbooks and writer of language learning column in newspaper.
Curriculum design, pedagogy and assessment strategies of Chinese Language Education, teaching of Chinese writing, oral skill and Literary Chinese
Honorary School Development Officers (2023/24)
Dr. CHAN Ho Yee, Pauline
Former School Development Office of QSIP. Experienced arts administrator and Human Resources development consultant, served at the Education Department (presently known as the Education Bureau) and Civil Service Training and Development Institute, responsible for training newly promoted school principals. Served more than 300 schools since joining QSIP in 1998. Specialised in facilitating school development planning and evaluation. Also helped teachers to incorporate game and drama elements in designing school-based life-wide learning programmes, as well as professional development for middle managers at schools.
School improvement and implementation, life-wide and cross-curricular learning, project-based learning, professional development for middle managers, parent education
Principal CHAN Shuk Man
Currently the Principal of Po Kok Secondary School, with profound experience in school management and development. Principal Chan has been leading the development of Chinese History education through contributing her substantial pedagogical knowledge and experience in the area. She is experienced in curriculum development in Chinese History education and developing capacity of curriculum leaders; she has published numerous articles related to Chinese History education and has actively participated in the development of respective teaching resources in the past two decades. Besides, Principal Chan has been invited as speaker and mentor by the Education Bureau and the Education University of Hong Kong for the professional development of principal and teacher.
School management and improvement; Chinese History education
Principal CHAN Tak Hang
Former School Development Office of QSIP, with an influential position in the field and extensive experiences in working with schools in Hong Kong and Macau for school-based professional development.
Former secondary school Principal, Consultant of Curriculum Development Institute and Project Consultant of School-based Professional Support Section of the Education Bureau, and Honorary Advisor of Faculty of Education of The University of Hong Kong. Served as lecturer of various university in Hong Kong for the professional development of teachers, middle-level leaders, principals and mangers of the Incorporated Management Committee since 1991. A veteran educationist with in depth knowledge and experience in school management and whole-person development; dedicated in conceptualizing the experiences from extra-curricular activities in schools for years and being one of the founders of life-wide learning in Hong Kong.
School management and improvement, professional development for middle-level leaders, conceptualization of extra-curricular activities, life-wide learning
Principal CHIM Yin Chu, Cynthia
Having served in the education sector for more than 30 years, in the respective capacities of Principal, Vice-principal, Heads of various administrative committees, Student Support Committee and Head of Mathematics Panel, she is experienced in school management, student development and Mathematics education. Principal Chim has been actively promoting the professional development of principal and teacher, through participating as the Mentor of Structured Support Programme for Newly Appointed Principals, Guest Lecturer of “Preparation for Principalship” (PFP) course, and External Member of the Advisory Committee on Professional Development Programmes of the Education University of Hong Kong.
School management; professional development for middle-level leaders; design and evaluation of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment of Mathematics education; student development and whole-person development
Principal HON Hau Sut
Former School Development Office of QSIP.
Formerly the Education Services Secretary of Education Division of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (TWGHs), overseeing the management of all 50 schools (including secondary and primary schools, kindergartens and special schools) under the Group. Also served as Principal Curriculum Officer of the Curriculum Development Institute under the Education Department of Hong Kong for the management of Mastery Learning Programme, school-based Curriculum Tailoring Scheme for academically low achievers and school-based programme for gifted students. Former Principal of TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College and part-time Lecturer at the Faculty of Education of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Biology Curriculum and Teaching).
An influential and dedicated educationist, participated in the Education Commission as Chairman of the Working Group on Aims of School Education, served as member of the Working Group on the Review of the Academic Structures for Senior Secondary Education and Interface with Higher Education, and member of the Working Group on the Review of the Medium of Instruction for Secondary Schools and Secondary School Places Allocation. Strong background in school management and improvement, curriculum design and instruction, and the planning and implementation of moral education.
School management and improvement, curriculum design and development, catering for learner diversity and adaptive teaching
Mr. KWAN Chi Kuen
Currently the Vice-Principal of King Ling College; very experienced Mathematics and ICT teacher. Solid experience as Convenor of Technology Education and head of a number of administrative groups, author of more than ten sets of secondary school textbooks and reference books (Mathematics & ICT), author of teaching resources for the Education Bureau, consultant of education magazine, lecturer of the Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education, and columnist of computer / education magazines. With a vision to foster Chinese Culture in a creative manner, Mr. Kwan founded a platform promoting Chinese Literature via pop music. Rich experience in bridging the domains of learning & teaching and student support, including the development of school-based design of service learning and cross-disciplinary project learning.
Curriculum design, cross-disciplinary learning, school improvement, student development and support
Ms. LAM Kam Fong, Florence
Former School Development Office of QSIP. Currently the Honorary Fellow of Chartered Institute of Linguists (Hon FCIL), training consultant for educational and non-educational institutions, director and curriculum designer of English learning courses for primary and secondary students. Former Director of Art School, Hong Kong Arts Centre, and former Registrar of Hong Kong Council of Accreditation for Academic and Vocational Qualification. Also served as teacher, Head of English Panel, Head of various school departments and Administrative Assistant to Principal.
English Language education, applied learning, school leadership and management
Mr. LEUNG Kam Chiu
Former secondary school Vice-Principal and Head of various departments and committees in school. Strong experience in school management and student development, and rich pedagogical knowledge in Geography and Life and Society. Influential contribution to the innovative development in school learning, particularly in the organic integration of subject learning and service learning for students’ whole-person development.
School management, student development, whole-person development
Principal NG Fung Han, Candice
Principal NG Fung Han, Candice, is an experienced practitioner and seasoned teacher trainer. She was previously a Principal of secondary school, served in the Education Bureau in the capacities of Chief Curriculum Development Officer (Gifted Education) and Senior Curriculum Development Officer (Life-wide Learning), and joined QSIP as a School Development Officer in her earlier career. She has profound expertise in curriculum development, teacher professional development and school improvement, as well as specialises in catering for learner diversity and planning and implementation of cross-curricular learning.
School management and improvement; professional development for middle-level leaders; life-wide learning; school-based cross-curricular learning
Principal SUNG Hoi Yan, Idy
Currently the Principal of Maryknoll Fathers' School. Principal Sung has been actively involved in leading school-level planning and improvement, with strong experience in evaluation of learning and teaching effectiveness and nurturing middle-level leaders. Through her capacity of Convenor of Science Education, Principal Sung contributes her substantial pedagogical knowledge and her experience in transdisciplinary curriculum in leading teachers to develop and implement school-based curriculum and pedagogies (for example: Language across the Curriculum and transdisciplinary STEAM curriculum design). The reflective process also strengthens teachers’ professional capacity.
In addition, with her earlier experience of joining QSIP as School Development Officer, Principal Sung has rich practical knowledge in facilitating comprehensive school improvement in schools of different backgrounds.
Design and evaluation of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment of transdisciplinary curriculum and Science Education; School management and improvement
Principal WONG Wai Yin, Brian
Former School Development Office of QSIP. 40 years of extensive experience in the field of education. Former Secondary School Principal, Vice Principal, Heads of various administration teams and Head of Mathematics Panel. Former part-time Tutor of The Open University of Hong Kong, Member of Committee on Mathematics Education of Curriculum Development Council. Invited speaker of workshops organized by the Education Bureau, The Education University of Hong Kong and different primary and secondary schools. Author of e-textbooks and consultant for textbooks of Secondary Mathematics Education.
School management, design and evaluation of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment of Mathematics Education, catering for learner diversity, establishing learning organization