Our Staff - Kenneth Tam


 

Kenneth Tam

Educational Development Officer

 

Room: TU611

Tel ext: 4103

E-mail: kenneth.tam@polyu.edu.hk

Fax: 2334-1569

   
       
  Areas of Responsibility    
 
  • Support to LTC and teaching development projects
       
  Curriculum Vitae    
  Academic Qualifications    
   Year Institution Qualification Field of Study  
  2000 University of Surrey (UK) Master of Science Environmental Psychology  
  1997 Royal Holloway, University of London (UK) Bachelor of Science (Hons) Psychology  
             
  Professional Qualifications    
   Year Institution Qualification    
  2000 ESL International (Canada) TESL Certificate    
           
  Work Experience  
   From To Institution Position Held  
  2015 Date Educational Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Educational Development Officer  
  2013 2015 Educational Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Assistant Educational Development Officer  
  2008 2012 Educational Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Project Officer  
  2008 2008 Educational Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Project Fellow  
  2003 2008 Educational Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Project Associate  
  2002 2003 Educational Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Project Assistant  
     
  Major Publications and Conference Presentations  
 

Ho, A.S.P., Kwan, K.P., & Tam, K.S.H. (2005, August). Development and validation of a questionnaire for measuring students’ capability for effective learning (CELQ). Paper presented at the 11th conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Ho, A.S.P., Chan, C.H., Lee, W.W.S., & Tam, K.S.H. (2003, August). What works for learning to learn? Paper presented at the 10th conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Padova, Italy.

Ho, A.S.P., Chan, C.H., Lee, W.W.S., & Tam, K.S.H. (2002, December). Learning to learn: What place does it stand in the higher education curriculum? Paper presented at the International Conference of the Hong Kong Educational Research Association, Hong Kong.