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Bhowmik, Miron Kumar; Kennedy, Kerry J.; Hue, Ming-Tak – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2018
School participation rates in Hong Kong are acknowledged to be high but not always for the city's ethnic minority students. Case study was used to portray the 'out of school' phenomenon for ethnic minority students at a secondary school in Hong Kong through the experiences of one such ethnic minority student. Morshed, a Pakistani student,…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Minority Groups, Ethnic Groups, Interviews
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Hue, Ming-Tak; Kennedy, Kerry J. – Intercultural Education, 2012
Presently, there are a growing number of ethnic minority students in Hong Kong schools. This article examines teachers' views of the cross-cultural experience of ethnic minority students, their influence on the performance of these students, and how the diverse learning needs of these students are being addressed. Qualitative data were collected…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Interviews, Student Diversity, Cultural Pluralism
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Hue, Ming-Tak – Educational Studies, 2010
Many Hong Kong schools are concerned about the growing number of ethnic minority students. How they are supported and how the diversity of their pastoral needs is fulfilled become critical. This article examines teachers', students' and parents' narratives of the cross-cultural experience of ethnic minority students from India, Pakistan,…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Foreign Countries, School Guidance, Minority Groups
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Hue, Ming-Tak – Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal for Pastoral Care & Personal-Social Education, 2007
Discipline is a crucial aspect of teachers' and students' classroom lives. Hong Kong secondary teachers, as elsewhere, are concerned with students' misbehaviour. This article examines teachers' constructs of classroom discipline and strategies adopted for behaviour management. Qualitative data were collected by interviews and classroom…
Descriptors: Discipline, Asian Culture, Observation, Confucianism
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Hue, Ming-Tak – Research in Education, 2007
Teachers in Hong Kong, as elsewhere, are concerned with students' misbehaviour. In secondary schools two teams of teachers, a guidance team and a discipline team, deal with it. This article examines how teachers make sense of their caring work and strategies for behaviour management. Taking an interactionist perspective, the framework suggested by…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Secondary School Students, Discipline, Asian Culture
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Hue, Ming-Tak – Educational Review, 2007
Hong Kong secondary schools have difficulty in integrating guidance, or counselling, and discipline into schooling. In some schools, discipline is overdeveloped while guidance is underdeveloped. The positive aspect of the caring system is distorted as part of the provision of discipline. This article looks at the distinction between guidance and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Guidance, Discipline, Teacher Attitudes