I joined the Center in 2008 after 5 years of full-time working with students in secondary and post-secondary schools and institutions and since then I have become interested in a number of questions related to learning efficiency:

What is optimal learning? How much does classroom teaching and learning contribute to optimal learning of individuals? Can an optimization process be applied at verbal precision to teaching and learning to raise efficiency? Does this imply that translation between mathematics and natural language can possibly be performed systematically? If so, how? Multi-inter-trans-disciplinary communication can probably help answer these questions and will continue to guide me through this life-long journey of learning along with students.

 

Qualifications


2015

PhD (Psycholinguistics)

HKU

2007

MA (Linguistics)

HKU

2003

PGDE (English Language Teaching)

CUHK

2002

BA (Major - English Literature and Linguistics; Minor - Music)

CUHK

2001

Education Abroad Program

UCLA