Dr. Low Hui Min

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Qualifications : Bsc. Speech Sciences (UKM); PhD (Education, La Trobe University, Aust.)
Expertise Research In Autism Spectrum Disorder, Language Teaching In Special Education, Childhood Multilingualism
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1.      Low Hui Min, Aziah Ismail & Abdul Rashid Mohamed (2015). Menerajui Program Doktor Pendidikan: Dilema, Cabaran dan Potensi Perkembangan. Jurnal Pendidikan Malaysia, 40(1), 57-62.

2.      Low Hui Min & Abdul Rashid Mohamed (2015). Exploring the Research Culture in an Educational Faculty in Malaysia. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 23(4), 908-826.

3.      Abdul Rashid Mohamed, Hazri Jamil, Low Hui Min & Aziah Ismail (Ed.). Pedagogi dan Kepimpinan: Panduan untuk Pendidik. Selangor: McGraw-Hill Malaysia.

4.      Khoo Ching Pey, Low Hui Min & Lee Lay Wah (2014). Relationship between oral reading fluency and reading comprehension among ESL students. Gema Online Journal of Language Studies, 14(4), 19-32.

5.      Tina Ting Xiang Nei, Lee Lay Wah, Low Hui Min, Arnold Chee Keong Chua, Noel Kok Hwee Chia. (2014). Prevalence, diagnosis, treatment and research on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in Singapore and Malaysia. International Journal of Special Education, 29(3), 82-92.

6.      Lee Lay Wah & Low Hui Min (2014). The development and application of an online Malay language corpus-based lexical database. Kajian Malaysia, 32(1), 151-166.

7.      Lee Lay Wah & Low Hui Min (2014). The evolution of special education in Malaysia. British Journal of Special Education, 41(1), 42-58.

8.      Lee Lay Wah & Low Hui Min (2014). Analysis of Malay word structure by pre-service special education teachers: foundation-level knowledge for remedial instruction. Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties, 19(1), 33-46.

9.      Lee Lay Wah & Low Hui Min (2013). ‘Unconscious’ inclusion of students with learning disabilities in a Malaysian mainstream primary school: teachers' perspectives. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 13(3), 218-228.

10.  Low Hui Min, Phoon Hooi San, Yusof Petras, & Abdul Rashid Mohamad (2013). Novice Writers in Asian Academia: Insights on Writing Issues. 3L: Language, Linguistics and Literature, The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 19(3), 47-60.

11.  Low Hui Min, Amelia Abdullah & Abdul Rashid Mohamed. (2013). Publish or perish: Evaluating and promoting scholarly output. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 6(1): 143-146.

12.  Lee Lay Wah, Low Hui Min & Abdul Rashid Mohamed (2013). A comparative analysis of word structures in Malay and English children’s stories. Pertanika Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 21(1): 69-84.

13.  Lee Lay Wah, Low Hui Min & Abdul Rashid Mohamed (2012). Word count analysis of Bahasa Malaysia textbooks for the purpose of developing a Malay reading remedial program. Writing Systems Research, 4(1): 103-119.

14.  Lee Lay Wah, Yeap Meng Chee & Low Hui Min (2012). Lessons learned from piloting a treatment decoding program with a young Malay student with Dyslexia. Asia-Pacific Educational Researcher, 21(2): 286-295.

15.  Lee Lay Wah & Low Hui Min (2011). Panduan memilih jurnal akademik bagi tujuan penerbitan. In Hashim Othman, Mohd Zuri Ghani et al. (Ed.), Koleksi panduan penulisan makalah akademik (pp. 98-110). Penang: USM.

16.  Low Hui Min (2011). Identification, intervention and education for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Digest Pendidik, 11(1): 4-11.

17.  Low Hui Min & Lee Lay Wah (2011). Teaching of speech, language and communication skills for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: What do educators need to know? New Horizons in Education, 59(3): 16-27.

18.  Lee Lay Wah & Low Hui Min (2011). Developing an online Malay Language Word Corpus for Primary Schools. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, 7(3): 96-101.

19.  Low Hui Min, Nicholas, H & Wales, R. (2010). A sociolinguistic profile of 100 mothers from middle to upper-middle socioeconomic backgrounds in Penang-Chinese community: What languages do they speak at home with their children? Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 31(6): 569-584.


1.    Principal Researcher

Building a theoretical model of vocabulary use patterns in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): Implications on central coherence theory, FRGS, 15/11/2014-14/11-2016.

2.    Principal Researcher

Seikatsu Ryouhou (Daily Life Therapy): Examining the strength of a Japanese Education Model for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, The Sumitomo Foundation (Japan-related Research Grant), 1/4/2015-31/3/2016.

3.    Principal Researcher

Speech and language remediation in special education settings for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), USM (Short-term grant), 15/11/2013-14/11/2015.


·      Awarded Fellows of Development of Teaching and Learning Packages on Innovation for Inclusive Development (IID) in Southeast Asia Fellows Program by Universities and Councils Network on Innovation for Inclusive Development in Southeast Asia (UNIID-SEA) in cooperation with the ASEAN University Network (AUN) in 2014.