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What explains Macau students' achievement? An integrative perspective using a machine learning approach Journal article
Journal for the Study of Education and Development, 2022,Volume: 45,Issue: 4,Page: 1-20
Authors:  Wang, Yi;  King, Ronnel;  Haw, Joseph;  Leung, Shing On
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Reading Achievement, Pisa, Machine Learning, Macau Education  
Fairness of Classroom Assessment Approach: Perceptions from EFL Students and Teachers Journal article
English Teaching & Learning, 2022
Authors:  MATTHEW PATRICK WALLACE;  Jupiter Si Weng Ng
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Assessment Fairness  Assessment Approaches  Classroom-based Assessment  Efl  
Cultural adaptation challenges and strategies during study abroad: New Zealand students in China Journal article
Language, Culture and Curriculum, 2022
Authors:  Gong, Y.;  Gao, X.;  Li, M.;  Lai, C.
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Study Abroad  Chinese As a Second/foreign Language  Cultural Adaptation  Challenges  Strategies  
Translanguaging Practices of Macau Junior-One Students in a Remedial Class Journal article
Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education, 2022,Volume: 7,Page: 1-14
Authors:  Chan, Brian Hok-Shing;  Chou, Chris, Ion-Pang
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Translanguaging  Macau  Separate Bi/multilingualism.  Co-learning  Remedial Class  
Predicting efficacy to teach writing: The role of attitudes, perceptions of students' progress, and epistemological beliefs Journal article
Elementary School Journal, 2022,Volume: 123,Issue: 1,Page: 1-36
Authors:  Graham, Steve;  Hsiang, Tien Ping;  Ray, Amber B;  Zheng, Guihua;  Hebert, Michael
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Writing  Teacher Efficacy  Teacher Beliefs  Attitudes  Epistemological Beliefs  
Agency in the Nexus of Identity and Social Network: Understanding the Second Language Socialization Experiences of International Students in China Journal article
Journal of Language, Identity & Education, 2022
Authors:  Gong, Yang;  Li, Wendong
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Agency  Identity  International Students  Second Language Socialization  Social Network  
Annual Internal Programme Review Report Master of Law in European Union Law, International Law and Comparative Law (English language) Department of Global Legal Studies Faculty Law 2021/2022 Report
, 2022
Authors:  PAULO CANELAS DE CASTRO
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Master On European uniOn Law, internatiOnal Law And Comparative Law  European Union Law  International Law  Comparative Law  Achievements  Benchmarks  
Teachers' beliefs and practices in textbook selection and use when teaching Chinese as a second language Journal article
Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2022
Authors:  Hsiang, Tien Ping;  Graham, Steve;  Liu, Xinghua;  Zhou, Ziyu
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Textbook Selection  Textbook Adaptation  Teacher Beliefs  Second Language Instruction  Language Teacher Education  Teacher Knowledge  
Teacher cognition in teaching intercultural communicative competence: A qualitative study on preservice Chinese language teachers in Hong Kong SAR, China Journal article
Frontiers in Psychology, 2022
Authors:  Gong, Yang;  Lai, Chun;  Gao, Xuesong;  Li, Guofang;  Huang, Yingxue;  Lin, Lin
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Conceptualizing Accessible Tourism with Smart Technologies Journal article
Journal of Smart Tourism, 2022,Volume: 2,Issue: 2,Page: 5-14
Authors:  Lin, Katsy Jiaxin;  Ye, Huiyue;  Law, Rob
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Smart Accessible Destination  Accessible Tourism  Smart Tourism  Smart Technologies  Disabled Tourists  Inclusivity