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    HKU ResearcherPage: Mok, IAC
     
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    Dr Mok, Ida Ah Chee
    莫雅慈
    Title
    • Associate Dean, Faculty of Education
    • Associate Professor
    Dept:
    Faculty:
    Publication list (Conference Papers)
    Results 1-20 of 57
    Result pages: 1
    TypeTitleAuthor(s)YearViews
    A story of his own lesson: an example from Hong KongMok, IAC201321
     
    Algebra problem types in Hong Kong senior secondary mathematics textbooks: Changes in the new senior secondary curriculumMok, IAC201248
     
    Students’ class works: an example in Hong Kong 8th grade mathematics classroomYau, KW; Mok, IAC201259
     
    What Hong Kong students saw as important in their mathematics lessons: a case studyMok, IAC201247
     
    Seeking coherence in mathematics teaching: an example in Hong Kong lessonsMok, IAC201138
     
    The story of a competent Mathematics Teacher in Hong Kong: a case studyMok, IAC201136
     
    What else is important besides the teacher? The case of a Hong Kong Mathematics classroomMok, IAC201150
     
    Researching mathematics learning task events: a project for mathematics student teachers in Hong KongMok, IAC201064
     
    Researching mathematics learning task events: a project for mathematics student teachers in Hong KongMok, IAC201076
     
    Research on classroom practice: A monograph for topic study group 24, ICME 11 - The introductory chapterMok, IAC; Brousseau, G; Cabañas, MG; Cantoral-Uriza, R; Oliveira, H; Pedro da Ponte, J; Spagnolo, F2009108
     
    A glimpse of a mathematical enculturator in Chinese mathematics classrooms: an example from a Shanghai lessonMok, IAC2009153
     
    A Dynamic Model for a School-Based Lesson StudyPark, YH; Mok, IAC200779
     
    Teacher and Student Perspectives on Mathematics Lessons: A Shanghai Case StudyMok, IAC200766
     
    Repetition or Variation? Practicing in the Mathematics Classrooms in ChinaLeung, FKS; Mok, IAC; Huang, R; Lopez-Real, FJ200799
     
    Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge in the Teaching of QuadrilateralsMok, IAC; Park, YH200670
     
    Repetition or Variation - 'Practice' in the Mathematics Classrooms in Hong Kong and ShanghaiHuang, R; Mok, IAC2005114
     
    Teaching Mathematics through Problem Solving: Struggles A Hong Kong Teacher FacesMok, IAC; Cai, J; Fung, A.T.F200567
     
    Teacher-Dominating' Lessons in Shanghai: A Triangulation from Three PerspectivesMok, IAC200588
     
    Primary Mathematics Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge of the Teaching of QuadrilateralsMok, IAC; Park, YH200572
     
    An Insiders's Story of a Teacher's Lessons in Shanghai. In the Symposium: Multiple Approaches to Studying Mathematics Classrooms in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and JapanMok, IAC200562
     
    Result pages: 1

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