Positive Psychology and Enhancement of Home-School Support for Students with Dyslexia: An Evaluative Study
The study evaluates the usefulness of positive psychology principles in a home-school cooperation system to support students with dyslexia, their parents and teachers in three secondary schools in Hong Kong.
||Dyslexia, Positive Psychology, Home-school cooperation
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.245-254.
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Sandra Tsang Kit Man teaches Psychology, Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Abnormal Psychology and Working with Children and Families at the Department of Social Work and Social Administration, the University of Hong Kong. She is the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Director of the Master of Social Work Program. She has extensive practice and research experience in special education, tertiary education, parent education and family service review and redesign. She is the former Chairperson of the government Home-School Cooperation Committee. The project is her latest work to inject home-school cooperation and positive psychology to support children with special educational needs.
Cynthia Leung teaches cross-cultural psychology, psychological assessment, research methods and developmental psychology at the School of Psychology, Victoria University. She has extensive practice and research experience in educational psychology, parent education and program evaluation. The project is her latest work in evidence-based practice in home-school cooperation to support children with special educational needs.
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