Dr Timothy Taylor is Associate Head of the Department of English Language Education and the Chair of the Curriculum Development Council Committee on English Language. He has worked extensively on projects with local schools on the professional development of English teachers, often focused on the integration of technology into the school-based curriculum. Besides living and working in Hong Kong for 20 years, Dr Taylor has worked in English education at primary, secondary and university levels in many countries, including the United States, Papua New Guinea and China
Mr Wong Ka Ho Denis is a Lecturer of the Department of English Language Education at the Education University of Hong Kong. He is a professional and passionate English as a second language educator who aims to nurture our next generation to be capable in using English for communication and become a better global citizen.
Dr Ju Seong Lee is an Assistant Professor and Associate Head in the Department of English Language Education. His recent research focuses on integrating technology and positive psychology into formal school settings.
Dr Lucas Kohnke is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English Language Education, The Education University of Hong Kong. He holds a doctorate in Education from the University of Exeter, which explored educational technology in language teaching at the tertiary level, with a special focus on the professional development of English language teachers. His main research interest lies in technology-supported teaching and learning, teacher professional development using information communication technologies, and EAP/ESP course design.
As a Research Assistant at EdUHK, Miss Grace Wang believes education can make the world a better place and technology can speed up the process with magic. Therefore, she has always been longing for joining the eTeachers team who enchant their teaching, English Language Education in particular, with high-quality eResources. These eResources are also her area of interest, as they are the magic wands necessary for technology enhanced teaching.
Special thanks to those who made this website possible, including staff members of the Department of English Language Education of the Education University of Hong Kong and the English teachers of our five participating primary and secondary project schools: Buddhist Chan Wing Kan Memorial School, Hong Kong Baptist Convention Primary School, Kau Yan College, Ma On Shan Ling Liang Primary School and Tsung Tsin Primary School and Kindergarten. Thanks also to the Central Reserve Allocation Committee (CRAC) of the Education University of Hong Kong which generously supported the launch of the eTeachers project.
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