Reflecting on Teacher Emotion: From Control to Emancipation

Reflecting on Teacher Emotion: From Control to Emancipation


Time: 2:00—4:00 p.m., Friday, November 1, 2019

Venue: Room 210, Chongyuan Building, School of Foreign Languages

Topic: Reflecting on Teacher Emotion: From Control to Emancipation

Lecturer: Professor Yin Hongbiao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)




Emotion plays an important role in teachers’ teaching practice. This lecture will outline the relationship between emotion and teacher work, and then summarize three main research perspectives on teacher emotion. In addition, based on a brief review of the concept of teachers’ emotional labor, another possibility of teacher emotion research will be explored.   



Speaker Profile

Yin Hongbiao is a Professor and Doctor Supervisor of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He serves as a Deputy Director in the Centre for University and School Partnership, and a Visiting Professor in East China Normal University, Northeast Normal University, as well as Northwest Normal University. Professor Yin specializes in teacher emotion, curriculum reform, learning environment, and teaching research in Higher Education. He has published more than 140 papers in international and domestic journals, such as Educational Research Review, Teaching and Teacher Education, Higher Education, Educational Research, and Journal of Higher Education. He is currently an Associate Editor of Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice (SSCI) and Journal of Education (Hong Kong, TSSCI). He also works as an editorial board member for several leading journals in the field, such as The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (SSCI), Frontiers of Education in China, ECNU Review of Education, Global Education Outlook (CSSCI).



School of Foreign Languages, Soochow University