Call for Nomination
Teaching Award Scheme 2021/2022
Teaching Award Scheme aims to give recognition to faculty members who are committed to teaching. The award will be in the form of individual or group awards, and are conferred at the Faculty level. The award consists of a certificate and a monetary award of HK$25,000 to be used by the awardee solely for educational activities. Awardees’ names will be permanently displayed at the main entrance of the EdUHK Library.
Full-time academic/teaching staff with a minimum of 2 years of teaching experience in the university at the time of nomination
Deadline of Nomination for 2021/22:
18 February 2022 (Friday)
Nomination Guidelines, Procedures and Nomination Form:
- Guidelines for the Faculty Teaching Award Scheme
- Nomination Form
- Report from HoD or HoC
- Schedule of the Teaching Award Scheme 2021/22
For more information, please contact Ms Joyce Suen at 2948 7289 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms Chan is a caring and experienced teacher with exemplary teaching performance. She is strong at developing close connections with her students and engaging them in an agile learning environment. Also, Ms Chan actively integrates IT components with her teaching. Her effective teaching is evidenced by the excellent result of SET and favourable feedback from her students and peers.
Ms Chan has taken up multiple leadership and service roles. She has been serving as the Departmental Coordinator of the English Language Teaching Minor, the Field Experience Coordinator and Immersion Coordinator of the PDGE(P) and PGDE(S) programmes. In terms of knowledge transfer, Ms Chan has actively participated in internal and external funded projects, including CRAC projects, TDG projects and QEF projects.
Dr TAYLOR Timothy William
Dr Taylor is a charismatic and capable classroom teacher who always has his primary focus on students’ learning needs. To enhance student learning, he develops blended learning approach and integrates IT elements within his teaching. Besides, Dr Taylor has played a major leadership role in pioneering the standardization process for the assessment of Field Experience (FE) among all English programmes in the Faculty. He has also helped lead the reform of the FE practicum from Block Practice to FE Semester. With Dr Taylor’s tireless efforts, all these initiatives have been implemented successfully in the Faculty, where they also serve as good models for other BEd programmes at the University.