Call for Nomination
Teaching Award Scheme 2020/2021
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 2020/21:
19 February 2021 (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 2020/21
For more information, please contact Ms Joyce Suen at 2948 7289 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Kataoka is a passionate teacher who shows great abilities in integrating research with teaching in practice. The Cantonese self-learning website developed by Dr Kataoka has greatly benefited not only students in the EdUHK but also the community as a whole. The Cantonese textbook co-authored by Dr Kataoka has also been chosen as the textbook in many Cantonese programmes in overseas universities such as New York University and the University of British Columbia.
Apart from the above, the multi-lingual and multi-cultural background of Dr Kataoka allows him to contribute significantly to the development of modern language courses. He has been in charge of promoting foreign language learning at the University. Under his leadership, six blended learning courses in Japanese, French and Korean were developed.
Dr Ma is a passionate and caring teacher with exemplary teaching performance. She is very strong at adopting various innovative technologies in her teaching. She has been taking a leading role in integrating mobile technologies with teaching in various courses. Besides, Dr Ma has demonstrated strong leadership in scholarship work. Her project team of “Education Linguistics 2.0 – The Use of Corpora in Language Teaching” won the Silver Medal at the 47th International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva in 2019.
Dr Wang is an experienced and dedicated teacher with exemplary teaching performance, evidenced by his consistently high SET score and excellent feedback from his students and peers. He excels at adopting various innovative methods and information technologies in his teaching to engage students in an agile learning environment. Besides teaching, Dr Wang’s significant contribution to the scholarship of teaching is equally impressive. He has actively offered various workshops, talks and sharing sessions to disseminate good teaching practices at the departmental, faculty and university levels. In terms of research that related to teaching, Dr Wang participated in more than six TDG and Central Reserve Fund projects between 2014 and 2018. He has produced over 10 high quality publications from 2015 onwards, in areas such as language education, corpus linguistics, and mobile learning. Dr Wang served as the Programme Leader of the BEd(English Language) programme and the Double Degree of BA(Language Studies) & BEd (English Language) programmes over the past few years. During the period of his leadership, Dr Wang has successfully enhanced the programme curriculum in every aspect. Started from June 2018, Dr Wang has taken up the role of the Associate Dean (Quality Assurance and Enhancement) to oversee the quality of teaching, learning and assessment, as well as the academic standard of all programmes in the FHM.
Dr Liu is an expertise in translation pedagogy and practice. She is a passionate and caring teacher who can always inspire and motivate students. To cater for students’ diversified needs, she adopts different teaching strategies, such as using a wide variety of interactive activities and real life cases; developing online learning platform; and organizing various activities and competitions to stimulate students’ interest in translation. Apart from teaching, Dr Liu has been actively participating in the development of translation courses and programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. In terms of research, Dr Liu has successfully published a number of articles in international referred journals in the past few years, and she is dedicated to connect her research outputs with teaching.
Dr Chen is an energetic and enthusiastic educator. She is devoted to innovative teaching that caters to the diverse needs of students in a variety of learning contexts. She is creative in instructional design and apt to connect students’ learning to real life. Dr Chen demonstrates strong ability in research‐informed teaching, scholarly research publications and enhancement of research capability through supervision of students. Dr Chen is held in high esteem by her students and colleagues as a competent and caring teacher who always implements interesting and thought‐provoking teaching strategies.
Dr Chuk Yim Ping Joanne exhibits a great passion for teaching. She is willing to take up the challenge of teaching new courses. Dr Chuk is held in high esteem by her students as a creative teacher who always uses interesting and effective teaching strategies, which help promote a good learning atmosphere in the classroom and enhance knowledge transmission to students.
Dr Lee Fung King Jackie has extensive experience in the planning, implementation and evaluation of English courses in the tertiary sector. She is now teaching various language system courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Dr Lee is an expert in English grammar teaching who can always incorporate the new understandings in her teaching. The courses she teaches are well-planned and highly structured with reference to the professional needs of students. Her teaching is also integrated with research-related theory and practical knowledge to foster an effective student learning.