Official Title: Professor (Practice) | Coordinator for the Master of Education programme

Faculty: School of Education

Email: ng.shun.wing@usj.edu.mo


Short Bio

Prof. Ng Shun Wing is currently Professor (Practice) and Coordinator of the Programme of Master of Education of School of Education at the University of Saint Joseph, Macau. He is also Adjunct Professor of Department of Education Policy and Leadership (EPL) at the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Previously, Prof. Ng was a secondary teacher. Then he had been working in Northcote College of Education, Hong Kong and the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) for more than two decades. He was formerly Head of EPL, Programme Coordinator of the M Ed and Doctor of Education (Edd), Council Member and Warden at EdUHK. He graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and completed his Master Degree in the University of Nottingham. He received his PhD in Education from the University of Exeter in 2002. Prof. Ng was the Programme Leader of the Training Programmes for Aspiring Principals, Newly Appointed Principals and Experienced Principals from Hong Kong, Mainland China and Asian countries. Prof. Ng has published three books and a lot of articles in international journals and book chapters. His article entitled "Rethinking the Mission of Internationalization of Higher Education in Asia-Pacific Region" in Compare was awarded the Annual IISE Best Article 2013 by the University of Pittsburgh Institute for International Studies in Education (IISE). He has been invited to deliver keynotes by international conference organizers and many universities and education institutions in the Chinese Mainland and Asian countries. Prof. Ng's research interests include parental involvement in school education, home-school cooperation, education policy and change, higher education, school leadership and management, citizenship education and teacher development.

Publications

  1. Refereed Book Chapters, Monographs
  • Ng, S. W. & Wong, K. L. (2018, November). Education for justice-oriented and participatory citizenship in a politicized era in Hong Kong. In Pineda-Alfonso, J.A., Alba-Fernandez, D., & Navarro-Medina (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Education for Participative Citizenship and Global Prosperity. IGI Global. Hershey, PA.
  • Ng, S. W. (2017). The evolving roles of parents in the process of developing home-school relationships in   Hong Kong: Issues and challenges. In S. Gopinathan, K. C. T. Tse, & M. H. Lee (Eds.). Making Sense of Education in Hong Kong since 1997: Achievements and Challenges. 180-198, London: Routledge Critical Studies of Asian Education.
  • Ng, S.W. & Yuen, G. (2016). Hong Kong: Social justice and education for justice-oriented citizens in a politicized era. In A. Peterson, R. Hattam, M. Zembylas & J. Arthur (Eds.). International Handbook of Education for Citizen and Social Justice. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillam.
  • Cheng, Y. C., Cheung, ACK & Ng, S. W. (2016). Internationalization of Education: Conceptualization, Typology and Issues. In Y. C. Cheng, A. Cheung & S. W. Ng (Eds.). Internationalization of Higher Education: The Case of Hong Kong, 1-20. Singapore: Springer.
  • Ng, S. W. & S. Y. F. Tang (2016) Critical reflection on internationalizing Hong Kong’s higher education. In Y. C. Cheng, A. Cheung & S. W. Ng (Eds.). Internationalization of Higher Education: The Case of Hong Kong, 81-100. Singapore: Springer.
  • Ng, S. W. (2013). An Induction and Mentoring Framework for Student Teachers’ and Beginning Teachers’ Professional Development. In K. Goodnough, G. Galway, C. Badenhorst & R. Kelly (Eds.), Inspiration and Innovation in Teaching and Teacher Education, pp. 215-231. New York: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield.
  • S.W. (2013).《國民教育應培養怎樣的公民》(What types of citizens to be nurtured in national education),輯於香港教育學院學生會編輯委員會、香港教育學院學生會幹事會,〈我們的公民教育—從德育及國民教育爭議出發〉,(188-191),香港,陳湘記圖書。
  • Ng, S.W. (2012). A Framework for mentoring beginning teachers in Hong Kong. In F. Tao (Ed.), Education, Research and Innovation, (pp. 115-119). Singapore: IACSIT Press.
  • Ng, S. W. (2010). What is missing in internationalization of higher education in a time of globalization in the Asia-Pacific region?. Hong Kong: CGC Working Paper Series No. 2010/03/July, Centre for Governance and Citizenship, Hong Kong Institution of Education.
  • Ng, S. W. (2010). On becoming an active and participatory citizen: A study on education and political socialization in Hong Kong. In E. Pennington & D. Schugurensky, Learning citizenship by practicing democracy: International initiatives and perspectives (50-65). New Castle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Cheng, Y. C., Ng, S. W., Cheung, C. K., Choi, P. L., Tang, Y. F. S., Yuen, W. W., & Yuen, Y. M. (2009). A Technical Report on the Development of Hong Kong as a Regional Education Hub. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Managing educational change: A study of school professionals’ responses to Hong Kong’s curriculum reform. Comparative Education, Teacher Training, Education Policy, School Inclusion and Child Psychology, 7, 189-196.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). New direction of school development: Value-added intelligence and sustainable development (in Chinese) 〈教育發展新取向:智能增值與持續發展〉. In W. Ng & P. M. Wong (Eds). School Leadership: Sustainability and Innovation《廿一世紀的學校領導:持續與創新》(pp.19-32). Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). School leadership: Sustainability and innovation (in Chinese) 〈學校領導:持續與創新〉. In W. Ng & P. M. Wong (Eds). School Leadership: Sustainability and Innovation《廿一世紀的學校領導:持續與創新》(pp.3-18). Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Constructing self-evaluation culture in teaching and learning: Leadership in subject management and teaching and learning in the classroom (in Chinese) 〈建構學與教的自評文化:學科管理與課堂教學的領導〉. In W. Ng & P. M. Wong (Eds). School Leadership: Sustainability and Innovation《廿一世紀的學校領導:持續與創新》(pp.271-286). Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Establishing the culture of family-school-community partnership (in Chinese) 〈建立家庭、學校與社區的協作文化〉. In W. Ng & P. M. Wong (Eds). School Leadership: Sustainability and Innovation《廿一世紀的學校領導:持續與創新》(pp.287-306). Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009) Factors facilitating and impeding Hong Kong’s curriculum reform: A mid-term evaluation report (in Chinese) 〈促進及妨礙香港課程改革的因素:一個中期評估的調查報告〉. In Faculty of Education, Macau University (Ed). Improvement in Curriculum and Instruction in the Educational Development of the Chinese Society《華人社會的教育發展系列:課程與教學改進》.Macau: Faculty of Education of the Macau University.
  • S. W. (2009). Family-School Cooperation: Parents as invaluable resources of the school (in Chinese) 〈家庭與學校合作:家長乃學校發展的寶貴資源〉. In P. M. Wong, S. W. Ng. & M. F. Hui (Eds). Principals’ leadership: Theories and enquires of professional development《校長專業發展:理論與探索》(pp. 87-98). Wenyuan Guangdong: Bureau of Technology and Education.
  • S. W. (2009). Strategic management and quality assurance in schools (in Chinese) 〈學校策略管理與質素保證〉. In Wong P. M., Ng. S. W. & Hui, M. F. (Eds). Principals’ Leadership: Theories and enquires of professional development 《校長專業發展:理論與探索》(pp. 27-36). Wenyuan Guangdong: Bureau of Technology and Education.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009) On Becoming an active and participatory citizen: A study on education and political socialization in Hong Kong. In Daly, K., Schugurensky, D., & Lopes, K (Eds.). Learning Democracy by Doing: Alternative Practices in Citizenship Learning and Participatory Democracy (pp.117-128). Toronto: Transformative Learning Center, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
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  • S. W. (2008) Impact of the evolving role of Hong Kong parents in children’s education on teacher education. In Faculty of Education, Macau University (Ed). Proceedings of Teacher Education in the Educational Development of the Chinese Society《華人社會的教育發展:教師教育論文集》.Macau: Faculty of Education of the Macau University.
  • S. W. (2008). Leadership of Middle Management in schools in times of parent and community involvement. In Yu Huen (Ed), Middle Managers in Schools. Hong Kong: The Church of Christ in China
  • Ng, S. W. (2007) Internationalization of Hong Kong’s higher education: Can Hong Kong become an education hub?. In Comparative Education Society of ROC (Ed), Proceedings of the International Conference in the Governance and Development of Higher Education, Tai Nam.
  • Ng, S. W. (2005) Development and Accountability: A circular interlocking self learning dimension. In St. James School (Ed), Enhancing curriculum and teaching: School Based Planning, implementation and evaluation. Hong Kong: St. James School.
  • Ng, S. W. (2004) Interpersonal communication and children’s self development in the classroom. In R. Koo, C. K. Kam & M. S. Yung (Eds.) Education & Curriculum Reform Adaptation & Development in the Pearl River Delta Region (pp. 90-98). Hong Kong: The Association for Children Education International – Hong Kong & Macau.
  • Ng, S. W. (2004) Home-school cooperation: Paving a way for newly arrived students in Hong Kong (in Chinese). In Y. M. Yuen (Ed.) Education of Newly Arrived Students: Research and  (pp. 103-118). Tai Pei: Normal University Publishing Co.
  • Ng, S. W. (2003) Facilitating education reform through home-school partnership in Hong Kong. In R. Koo, S.W. Wu & S. P. Li (Eds.) Education Development & Curriculum Innovations: Perspectives & Experience from Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong & Macau (pp. 192-201). Hong Kong: The Association for Children Education International – Hong Kong & Macau.
  • Ng, S.W. (2001) Parents’ roles in participating in school education. In HKEWF (Ed.) Adolescent Development and Family, Society and School Education ( pp. 91-102), Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Co Ltd.。
  • Ng, S.W., Leung, Y. W. & Chai, T.W.L.(2000). A Study of the Development of Civic Education: The Social and Political Perspectives (pp. 391-410). In Y.C. Cheng, K.W. Chow & K.T. Tsui (Eds), School Curriculum Change & Development in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Leung, Y.W., Chai, T.W.L. & Ng, S.W. (2000). The Evolution of Civic Education: From Guidelines 1985 to Guidelines 1996 (pp.351-368). In Y.C. Cheng, K.W. Chow & K.T. Tsui (Eds), School Curriculum Change & Development in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Chai-Yip, T. W. L., Chan, S. L., Fok, S. C., Hui, P. K. F., Leung, Y. W., Ling, S. H., Luk-Fong, P. Y. Y., Lung, C. L., Ng, S. W., Poon, L. M., Poon, T. O. Y., Tung-Cheung, E. Y. L., & Wong, S. H. (Eds.). (2000). Moral and civic education. In Centre for Research and International Collaboration (Ed.), Research and development of school curriculum in Hong Kong: An annotated bibliography (pp. 389-424). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • Ng, S. W. (1998) Families and schools in Hong Kong: A discussion on realization of their partnership relationships. In Continuing Professional Education of the Baptist University (Ed), Selective articles for Bachelor Degrees of Education, 3.8.1 – 3.8.11.

2.      Books:  Authored and Edited

  • Ng, S. W. (2017) Family, school and community partnerships – Theories, Models and Practices: The Hong Kong Experiences and Its Implications, (in Chinese) 《家庭、學校及社區協作—理論、模式與實踐:香港的經驗與啟示-增訂版》(Revised Edition). Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Cheng, Y. C., Cheung, A., & Ng, S. W. (Eds.). (2016). Internationalization of Higher Education: The case of Hong Kong. Singapore: Springer.
  • Ng, S. W. (2011) Family, school and community partnerships – Theories, Models and Practices: The Hong Kong Experiences and Its Implications, (in Chinese) 《家庭、學校及社區協作—理論、模式與實踐:香港的經驗與啟示-增訂版》(Revised Edition). Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. & Wong, P. M. (Eds.). Ngai, M. Y (authored) (2010), Hong Kong Education – After War, (in Chinese)《戰後香港教育》. Hong Kong: Academic and Professional Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. & Wong, P. M. (Eds.). (2009) School Leadership in the 21st Century: Sustainability and Innovation (in Chinese)《廿一世紀的學校領導:持續與創新》。 Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Wong P. M., S. W. & Hui, M. F. (Eds.) (2009). Principals’ Leadership: Theories and Inquiry of Professional Development (in Chinese) 《校長專業發展:理論與探索). Wenyuan Guangdong: Bureau of Technology and Education.
  • Ng S. W. (2008). (Ed.) Special Issue: Internationalization of Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. International Journal of Educational Reform, 17, (3).
  • Ng, S. W. (2008). Family, school and community partnerships – Theories, Models and Practices: The Hong Kong Experiences and Its Implications (in Chinese)《家庭、學校及社區協作—理論、模式與實踐:香港的經驗與啟示》. Hong Kong: Academic & Professional Book Centre.
  • Ng, S. W. (2002). Management of Home-school Cooperation. Unpublished PhD thesis of the University of Exeter, UK.

 3. Refereed International Journal Articles

  • Ng, S. W., Chan, T. M. & Yuen, G. (2017). Outsourcing extra-curricular activities in a time of neo-liberal influence. International Journal of Educational Management, 31(4), 1-16.
  • Ng, S. W. & Yuen, G. (2015). Exploring teaching professionals’ constraints in times of implementing change. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Science. 191, 1077-1081.
  • Ng, S. W. & Yuen, W. K. G. (2015). The micro-politics of parental involvement in school education in Hong Kong: ethnocentrism, utilitarianism or policy rhetoric!. Educational Review, 67(2), 253-271.
  • Chan, T.M.K. & Ng, S.W. (2015). Management of outsourcing extra-curricular activities in primary schools: Issues and Considerations. International Studies in Educational Administration, 43, 3-17.
  • Ng, S. W. & Szeto S. Y. E. (2015). Preparing leaders: Continuing professional needs of newly appointed principals in secondary school in Hong Kong. Educational Management, Administration & Leadership, 44(4), 540-557.
  • Ng, S. W. & Lee, T. H. T. (2015). How parents were involved in a special school in Hong Kong. International Journal of Educational Management. 29(4), 420-430.
  • Ng, S. W. (2014). Youth civic participation: do socializing agents matter? Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 13(2), 121-131.
  • Ng, S. W. (2014). Youth civic participation: do socializing agents matter? Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 13(2), 121-131.
  •  Ng, S. W. & Chan, Y. F. (2014). Aspiring principals’ perceptions of applicability of acquired leadership capacities in the school context. International Studies in Educational Administration, 42(3), 45-61.
  • Ng, S. W. & Chan, T.M.K. (2014). Continuing professional development for middle leaders in primary schools in Hong Kong. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(6), 869-886Ng, S. W. & Pun, S. H. (2013). How School Principals position themselves in China. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 89, 54-58.
  •  Ng, S. W. (2013). Social class and parental involvement: A case study in Hong Kong (in Chinese). Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 21(3), 39-78.
  •  Ng, S. W. (2013). Including parents in school governance: Reality or Rhetoric? International Journal of Education Management, 27(6), 667-680.
  • Ng, S. W. (2013). Equipping aspiring principals with leadership capacities. .Educational management, Administration and Leadership, 41(3), 272-298.
  • Ng, S. W. (2012). The Challenges of Attracting Asian students to Study Higher Education in Hong Kong. Higher Education Quarterly, 66(3), 272-292.
  • Ng, S. W. (2012). Rethinking the mission of internationalization of higher education in the Asia-Pacific region. Compare, 42(3), 439-459. #*(Annual IISE Best Article 2013 Award granted by the Institute for International Studies in Education, University of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • Ng, S. W. (2012). A study on the professional development needs of the aspiring principals in Hong Kong (in Chinese). Journal of Education Research, 213, 103-114.
  • Ng, S. W. (2011). A case study on Hong Kong secondary school students’ civic commitment and conception of citizenship. Journal of Educational Research and Development, 7(3), 69-96.
  • Ng, S. W. (2011). Curriculum development in a time of globalization: Value-added intelligence. New Horizons in Education, 59(1), 65-71.
  • Ng, S. W. (2011). Managing teacher balkanization in times of implementing change. International Journal of Educational Management, 25(7), 654-670.
  • Ng, S. W. (2011). Can Hong Kong export its Higher Education Services to the Asian Markets? Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 10(2), 115-131.
  •  Ng, S. W. (2010). The leadership capacities of aspiring principals in Hong Kong. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 9, 1080-1084. 278-285.
  • Ng, S. W. (2010). Facilitating factors for and impediments to internationalization of Hong Kong's higher education (in Chinese). Education Journal, 38(2), 87-103.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Why did teachers and principals respond differently to Hong Kong’s Curriculum Reform? Teacher Development, Teacher Development: An International Journal of Teachers’ Professional Development.13(3), 187-203.
  • Ng, S. W. & Wang, I. F. (2009). A study on the training needs of middle managers in primary schools in Hong Kong. Journal of Basic Education, 18(2), 130-151.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Managing educational change: A study of school professionals’ responses to Hong Kong’s curriculum reform. Teacher Development: An International Journal of Teachers’ Professional Development. 13(3), 187-203.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Managing educational change: A study of school professionals’ responses to Hong Kong’s curriculum reform. Comparative Education, Teacher Training, Education Policy, School Inclusion and Child Psychology, 7, 189-196.
  • Ng, S. W. (2009). Transformation of students into active and participatory citizens: an exploratory study in Hong Kong. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 8(3): 181-196.
  • Ng S. W. (2008). (Ed.) Special Issue: Internationalization of Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. International Journal of Educational Reform, 17, (3).
  • Ng, S. W (2008). Introduction to special issue: New direction in internationalization of higher education in the Asia-Pacific region. International Journal of Educational Reform, 17(3), 198-207.
  • Ng, S. W & Tang, S. Y. F. (2008). The Challenges and strategies of Internationalizing Hong Kong’s higher education in a globalized world. International Journal of Educational Reform. 17(3), 251-269.
  • Ng, S. W. (2008). From citizenship, civic participation to participatory citizens. Journal of the Chinese Society of Education, Beijing, 2, 55-58.
  • Ng, S. W. (2007). Development of parent-school partnerships in times of educational reform in Hong Kong. International Journal of Educational Reform. 16(4), 321-345.
  • Ng, S. W. (2007) The chronological development of parent empowerment in children’s education in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Education Review, 8(3), 487-499.
  • Ng, S. W. (2006) The micro-politics of home-school collaboration: Power! Instruments! Partners!, Educational Research Journal, 21(1), 131-151.
  • Ng, S. W. (2005) Employing the professional competency continuum for enhancing student teachers’ professional development in field experience in Hong Kong, Revista de Pedagogie (Romania Pedagogical Review), 181-190.
  • Ng, S. W. (2005) Enhancing student teachers’ professional development in field experience through the use of professional competencies continuum (PCC), Comparative Education in Teacher Training, Vol. 3, 35-40.
  • Ng, S. W. (2004) Teacher’s value orientations toward parental involvement in school-based management in Hong Kong, International Journal of Educational Reform, 13(4), 28-39.
  • Ng, S. W. & Leung, Y. W. (2004). A Survey on Implementation of Civic Education in Junior Secondary Schools in Hong Kong (in Chinese), Journal of Hong Kong Teachers’ Centre, 3, 72-84。
  • Leung, Y. W & Ng, S. W (2004). Back to square one: The “re-depoliticization” of civic education in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 24(1). 43-60.
  • Ng, S. W. (2003). Are parents and teachers psychologically prepared for cooperation? Pacific Asian Education, 15(1), 60-76.
  • Ng, S. W. (2003). Home-school relationships in Hong Kong: Evolving roles of parents. New Horizons in Education, 4 (2), 12-21.\
  • Ng, S. W. (2003). Teachers’ value orientations towards parent involvement in times of educational change (in Chinese). Journal of Basic Education, 12(1), 45-67.
  • Ng, S. W. (2002). Parent-Teacher Interaction: Are parents and teachers in Hong Kong ready for cooperation?, Journal of Southeast Asian Education, 3(1), 115-139.
  • Ng, S.W. (2001). Parents’ roles in children’s education, Journal of Basic Education (in Chinese), 10/11(2/1), 13-32, Hong Kong: (CUHK, Hong Kong)\
  • Ng, S.W. (2001). Are parents prepared to be involved in children’s education? New Horizons in Education, 44, 98-106, November.
  • Ng, S.W. (2000). The impact of implementing nationalistic education on primary school teachers. Pacific Asian Education, 12(1), 48-59.
  • Ng, S.W. (2000). The impact of social class difference on parent involvement in school education in Hong Kong. Education Journal, 28(2), 35-62.
  • Ng, S.W. (1999). Home-school relations in Hong Kong: Separation or partnership. School Effectiveness and School Improvement: An International Journal of Research, Policy and Practice. 10(4), 551-560. (A)\
  • Ng, S.W. (1997). Partnership relationships between family and school, School Administration. Beijing, 7 – 8, 67 – 69.
     

Modules

Year 1 Master
Year 1 PGDE
PDEE101
3.00 credits
PDEC104
3.00 credits
PDEC101
3.00 credits