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    HKU ResearcherPage: Mok, IAC
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    Dr Mok, Ida Ah Chee
    • Associate Dean, Faculty of Education
    • Associate Professor
    Publication list (Articles)
    Results 1-20 of 22
    Result pages: 1
    Towards a Reflective Practice: The case of a prospective teacher in Hong Kong.Mok, IAC201078
    Students' algebra sense via their understanding of the distributive lawMok, IAC2010209
    In search of an exemplary mathematics lesson in Hong Kong: An algebra lesson on factorization of polynomials.Mok, IAC2009108
    Missing learning opportunities in classroom instruction: Evidence from an analysis of a well-structured lesson on comparing fractionsMok, IAC; Cai, J; Fung, ATF2008131
    Addressing the challenge of legitimate international comparisons of classroom practiceClarke, D; Mesiti, C; O'Keefe, C; Xu, LH; Jablonka, E; Mok, IAC; Shimizu, Y2007127
    Shedding Light on the East Asian Learner Paradox: Reconstructing Student-centredness in a Shanghai ClassroomMok, IAC200671
    The Teaching of Fractions: A Comparative Study of a Swedish and a Hong Kong ClassroomRunesson, U; Mok, IAC200589
    Architectures of Mathematics Beliefs: Individual and School-level Differences among Hong Kong Primary 6 StudentsChiu, M.M; Wong, N.Y; Lam, C.C; Wong, K.M.P; Leung, FKS; Mok, IAC2005119
    Implementation of ICT in the Mathematics Teaching in Hong Kong: Teacher Conceptions and Evolving Classroom PracticesLee, AMS; Wong, KL; Mok, IAC200396
    How do Hong Kong Students Think about MathematicsWong, NY; Lam, CC; Wong, KM; Leung, FKS; Mok, IAC2003132
    Is there a Chinese Pedagogy of Mathematics Teaching?Lopez-Real, FJ; Mok, IAC2002135
    Students; View of Mathematics Learning: A Cross-sectional Survey in Hong KongWong, NY; Lam, CC; Wong, PKM; Leung, FKS; Mok, IAC200298
    How do Hong Kong Students Think about the Mathematics Curriculum and TeachingWong, NY; Lam, CC; Wong, PKM; Leung, FKS; Mok, IAC200295
    The metamorphosis of the 'virtuoso': Pedagogic patterns in Hong Kong primary mathematics classroomsMok, IAC; Morris, P2001147
    Reasoning algebraically with IT: A cognitive perspectiveMok, IAC; Johnson, DC200080
    Introducing technology in algebra in Hong Kong: Addressing issues in learningMok, IAC; Johnson, DC; Cheung, JYH; Lee, AMS2000106
    A holistic review of the Hong Kong mathematics curriculum (in Chinese)Wong, NY; Lam, CC; Wong, KM; Mok, IAC; Leung, FKS1999140
    Holistic reform of the mathematics curriculum - the Hong Kong experienceWong, NY; Lam, CC; Leung, FKS; Mok, IAC; Wong, PKM1999155
    Algebraic thinking of secondary-one students in Hong Kong: a case studyMok, IAC199787
    Primary school arithmetic in Hong Kong: Shall we discard the procedural paradigm?Fung, CI; Mok, IAC199797
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