YIN Hongbiao received his PhD from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2006. Now he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests include curriculum reform, teacher emotion, learning environments and student motivation. He has published more than 100 academic papers in the international journals (e.g., Higher Education, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, and Teaching and Teacher Education) and the regional journals (e.g., Educational Research, Journal of Higher Education, and Comparative Education Review). He is also the author of Curriculum Change: Theory and Practice (with Lee Chi-Kin John, Taipei: Higher Education Publishing Co.) and the editor of Curriculum Reform in China: Changes and Challenges (with Lee Chi-Kin John, New York: Nova Science Publishers). Now he serves as the Editorial Member for The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (SSCI journal).
During the past several years, he has carried out a series of research projects such as “Investigating the Relationship among Teachers’ Emotional Labor, Emotional Intelligence, and Job Satisfaction in Hong Kong and Mainland China” (2010-2011). Now he is conducting some studies on learning environments and students’ approaches to learning in Chinese higher education institutions (2014-2015), and teachers’ emotional labor and its relations to teacher efficacy and well-being in Hong Kong (2015-2017).
He was recently conferred the Young Researcher Award 2012 by the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In 2013, the research report of “Teachers’ Adaptation of the New Basic Education Curriculum” was granted the Second Prize of the 6th Round of Excellent Research Output Award in Tertiary Institutions (Humanities and Social Sciences) by the Ministry of Education of China.
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