Nina L.L. Yiu

SCD Nina Yiu

Dr. Yiu has great passion in fashion education with flip pedagogy. She leads the program, running a high level of authentic activities & projects with industry engagement (e.g., Inditex and Woolmark projects) and oversees the program to maintain high quality assurance.

  • Doctor of Education (EdD), Educational Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • MBA (Fashion Business), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 
  • BA(Hons) in Textiles/Fashion, The Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)

 

 

Product Ranging, Fashion Materials, Fashion Textile Technology, Merchandising Planning, Fashion Retail and Merchandising Management, Fashion Buying Strategies, Fashion and Textiles Industry Research, Fashion Enterprise Partnered Project

Flipped Pedagogy, Creative Work, Sustainability

Flipped Classroom

  • Yiu, L. L. N. 2019, Students’ Perception and Motivation in Flip Fashion Studies Classroom, RMIT DisruptED 2019.
  • Hau, K.T. & Yiu, L. L. N. 2017, The Ultimate Purpose of Flip, Seminar of Task Force on Training Programme Development for Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) of Education Bureau.
  • Yiu, L. L. N. 2015, Utilized CLT Resource for Flipped Classroom, VTC No. 27 Magazine, issue 137 (27 Nov 2015), Hong Kong.
  • Yiu, L. L. N. 2015, Flipped Classroom, 20% Grade A increasing via prior-class preparation and in-class discussion, Ming Pao Newspaper (7 Oct 2015), Hong Kong.

Creative Work

  • Yiu L. L. N. & Ford, P. S. 2019, ‘No holiday’ Conference Poster. Walking’s New Movements Conference, University of Plymouth, UK.
  • Yiu L. L. N. & Ford, P. S. 2019, ‘Strategies for Performative Walks’ Conference Poster. 10th International Conference on The Image, Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. 

Photography & Videography

  • 2019 ‘No holiday’ – performance, Farm Cove, Sydney, Australia
  • 2019 ‘No holiday’, Live-stream performance from Nguyen Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, ‘4th World Congress of Psychogeography’, Huddersfield University, UK
  • 2017 ‘No holiday’ – performance, Dorsoduro, Venice, Italy
  • 2017 ‘No holiday’ – Live-stream Performance, Inverse Performance Art Festival, Northwest Arkansas, USA
  • 2017 ‘No holiday’ – Live-stream Performance, Duration & Dialogue Performance Art Festival, Toronto, Canada
  • 2018 ‘(tele)consequences’, a collaborative drawing performance installation, University of Brighton, conducted in Hong Kong in collaboration with the UK via Skype

Sustainability

  • Yiu, L. L. N. & Fong, L. C. 2006, ECO PAGES 2006, Hong Kong Sustainable Communications Association, Hong Kong.
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2005) ECO PAGES 2005 (Second Edition). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Sustainable Communications Association (HKSCA).
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2005) Let's make Hong Kong a Green Shopping Paradise 2005, Hong Kong Sustainable Communications Association (HKSCA).
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2006) The First Buy Green Earn Green (BE GREEN) Conference 2006 Conference Brochure. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Sustainable Communications Association (HKSCA).
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2006), ECO-PAGES 2006, Hong Kong Economic Times Newspaper, 16 June, 2006, A39
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2005), ECO-PAGES 2005, Hong Kong Economic Times Newspaper, 7 October, 2005, A42
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2004), The 1st ECO-PAGES 2004, Hong Kong Economic Times Newspaper, 26 April, 2004, A25
  • Yiu, L. L. N & Fong, L. C. (2004), THE 1st ECO-PAGES, Austcham NEWS, The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, April 2004, Issue 62
Innovative Pedagogical Strategies, Seminar on the Ultimate Purpose of Flip in Hong Kong, VTC, 2017. Funded by Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) of the Education Bureau (EDB), Hong Kong.
  • An Appreciation Letter on 2nd Edition - ECO-PAGES 2005 Directory, Government Secretariat, Chief Secretary for Administration’s Office, Administration Wing, Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong.
  • An Appreciation Letter on ECO-PAGES 2004, Chief Secretary for Administration, Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong.

 

Prior to commencing teaching, had extensive working experience in non-profit making organization focusing on promoting sustainability development in Hong Kong. In addition, having fashion buying experiences in Hong Kong Department Store and US Brand, fashion designing experiences in US brand and Hong Kong broadcasting company, and having a strong fashion merchandising knowledge and experience in Hong Kong and China Clothing industries.

Currently employed as Program Manager of Fashion in the School of Communication & Design (SCD) at RMIT. Has been teaching in Higher Education since 2006, teaching a wide variety of fashion design, merchandising, buying, marketing, sustainability and creative subjects including practical and creative courses with Flipped Pedagogy in Hong Kong and Vietnam.