Ping LIU (Ms.), Xuefeng QIAO (Dr.)
Chair Professor, Department of Education Policy and Leadership; Dean, Faculty of Education and Human Development; Director, The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He has published extensively on educational administration and leadership; and school leadership development and learning.
Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nottingham; Research Fellow, the Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change at the Education University of Hong Kong; Chair, The British Association for International and Comparative Education. Her research interests are teacher professional development, school leadership and improvement, and cross-cultural learning.
Dean and Distinguished Professor, Faculty of Education, Monash University. He is interested in such things as "How teachers learn how to teach and how they then put that into practice and develop their knowledge, skills and ability over time." A lot of his research is on this important aspect of knowledge of teaching. He has published nearly 300 academic journal articles.
|Leslie N.K. LO（卢乃桂）
Distinguished Chair Professor, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University; Senior Research Fellow, The Education University of Hong Kong. He was the Founding Dean, Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Director of Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research; Emeritus Wei Lun Professor, The Department of Educational Administration and Policy; Director, Quality School Improvement Project; Board member of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on educational policy, teacher education, school improvement, educational leadership, and education development in Chinese society.
Associate Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research is in the area of moral philosophy with a focus on language, communication, civility and dialogue. Within this field of study, she focuses on the following philosophers: contemporary neo-Wittgensteinians that include Iris Murdoch and Cora Diamond; Aristotle; Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Immanuel Kant; the English and German Romantics from the 18th Century; and John Dewey from the 20th Century.
Professor, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia; Honorary Professor, University of Sydney; Conjoint Professor, University of Newcastle; Visiting Distinguished Scholar, Beijing Normal University. He was Dean of Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia; Dean of Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney. He focuses on literacy education, teacher development, cross-national educational research, educational assessment and equity.