1 January - 31 March 2017

All Staff and Students are Welcome

Introduction

As stated in “The University Learning and Teaching Plan 2016-19” of the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), the University determines to strive for enhancing the quality of learning and teaching, which is also one of the key endeavours of “The 10-year University Strategic Plan 2016-2025”. To provide a platform for a sustainable sharing culture of learning and teaching best practices at EdUHK, the Learning and Teaching @EdUHK Festival 2017 will be held from January to March 2017 to further enhance the quality of learning and teaching, through the promotion of innovative learning and teaching approaches, sharing of e-Learning and application of technology-enhanced pedagogies. A series of activities in five categories will be carried out in the Festival months including Open Class Observation, Video Showcase, Invited Talk/Seminar, Poster Board Exhibition and Conference Day.

Learning and Teaching @EdUHK Festival 2017 Leaflet

Key Areas

Internationalisation of the Curriculum

e-Learning

Student Initiated Learning

Staff Professional Development

Activities

Conference Day

The climax of the three-month Festival will be the Conference Day on 2 March 2017. The conference will serve as a platform for academic/teaching staff, postgraduate students and local/overseas scholars to exchange novel ideas as well as experiences in innovative learning and teaching, provide ideas to create a roadmap for upcoming research projects and explore possibilities for opening up new avenues for research. All staff and students are welcome to join the conference. Details will be provided in due course, please keep an eye on the Festival website’s updates.

Thank you for attending the Conference Day on 2 March 2017. If you would like to relive the highlights again, please click here.

Date: 2 March 2017 (Thursday)
Time: 9:30-16:45
Venue: Conference Centre (E-P -01), Tai Po Campus, EdUHK
Time Programme
Morning Session
9:30 - 9:35

Opening Remark

Prof. LEE Chi Kin John (VP[AC])

9:35 - 9:45

Learning, Teaching and Technology Activities of the Centre in 2016/17

Prof. KONG Siu Cheung (LTTC)

9:45 - 10:45

Keynote Speech 1

Prof. Marcelo MILRAD
Linnaeus University, Sweden
Mrs. Katrin LINDWALL
Linnaeus University, Sweden

Pedagogical Approaches and Digital Technologies to Promote Creativity, Collaboration and Critical and Entrepreneurial Thinking among Students: Challenges and Perspectives
Our society is developing and evolving at a faster pace than ever before, challenging the public sector, corporations and individuals to deal with changes and uncertainties. Educational institutions must then be ready to prepare learners for this future. In this context, educational researchers and practitioners have demonstrated a growing interest in developing pedagogical practices towards fostering a participatory culture in all levels of education. These actions respond to current trends regarding participatory literacies as a key social value of the 21st century workforce.

In recent years, different technologies and teaching practices have been proposed with the purpose of encouraging community participation and active involvement of students in their learning. Particularly, collaborative learning theories have exerted a prominent influence in these efforts. While it is argued that technology by itself has not an intrinsic value and effect in supporting teaching and learning, numerous recent investigations support that technology usage guided by an effective pedagogical rationale can be beneficial for learning in and outside the classroom. Creativity, collaboration and innovation as facilitators for learning and knowledge acquisition are fundamental skills that should be developed in school and beyond. However, creativity, collaboration and innovation are not spontaneous processes and therefore need to be systematically promoted and supported by novel technological solutions. Consequently, new and different strategies are needed to explore and promote innovative, sustainable and successful designs for Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL).

In this talk Prof. Milrad and Mrs. Lindwall will address and discuss those aspects related to how to promote creativity, collaboration and critical thinking among students supported by different kinds of digital technologies. They will first introduce some theoretical aspects in terms of perspectives and challenges in order to understand why it matters to study and implement them in the context of schools. Thereafter, they will turn the focus to a couple of our on-going projects in order to illustrate alternative perspectives on how to bring together different actors (public organization, schools, companies and universities) while addressing the issues above supported by novel forms of TEL. Towards the end, they will discuss factors, stakeholders and lines of action identified when attempting to introduce these ideas in many Swedish schools.

10:45 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:30

Presentation Session by FLASS


Dr. LAU Leung Kwok Prudence
(CCA)

Teaching and Learning Art through Culture
The course “Art and Culture” enables students to examine social, cultural and identity issues in historical and contemporary contexts. The relationship of aesthetics and culture are analysed in various theoretical perspectives, including looking at orientalism, postcolonialism, modernism and postmodernism etc. The presentation showcases how current issues, inter-cultural relationships, and cultural factors affecting art and cultural development in both Hong Kong and the international context are addressed in class. It also demonstrates how students are equipped with the necessary theoretical approaches and be able to make informed judgments and critical analysis of aesthetic and cultural phenomena.

 


Dr. LI Chunxiao
(HPE)

Experience Sharing in Using ICT in Teaching Physical Education and Sports Science Related Courses
Chunxiao will share his good and bad experiences in using ICT for delivering courses within the physical education and sports science areas.

 

Presentation Session by FEHD

Dr. LEE Tai Hoi Theodore (EPL) Dr. YUEN Wai Kwan Gail (EPL)

Developing Contextualized Digital Materials and Strategic Blended Learning Pedagogies
This project is grounded in a continuous endeavor to address wide-ranging needs and issues related to teaching and learning of the Education Studies Core Course Teachers and Teaching in Context of BEd programmes. The overall purpose is two-fold: to facilitate the contextualization of teaching and learning in multi-lingual classrooms and the use of systematic blended learning (BL) strategies to promote student engagement and learning of preservice teachers.

Initial effort has been made to develop contextualized digital materials to enhance course delivery. In the presentation, we will share our experiences in developing digital case materials that offer the context and content with multiple points of entry to stretch and deepen students’ conceptual understanding.

Our next stage of inquiry is to investigate the use of the new digital materials along with pedagogically sound BL strategies. Research on BL focuses mostly on student learning, having limited knowledge of pedagogical practices for professional development. There also seems to be a common perception of BL as substantial technology input which in turn generates hesitation and resistance in teaching staff. By making appropriate digital materials available as the first step and recommending systematic pedagogical strategies as the second step, we want to encourage teaching staff to rethink what they do and connect their doings more closely with the constant challenges involved in student engagement of regular face-to-face contexts, as well as the vastly different needs and issues concerning the development of professionalism and professional competence in preservice teachers. In the presentation, we will highlight and discuss the progress of our work in exploring the integration of case-based materials into a BL learning environment.

 


Dr. WONG Kit Mei Betty
(ECE)
Ms. CHAN Sze Wan (5-yr FT B.Ed.(ECE) student) (Year 5)
Ms. LAM Sin Yee (5-yr FT B.Ed.(ECE) student) (Year 3)
Ms. LAM Ho (5-yr FT B.Ed.(ECE) student) (Year 2)

Beyond Hong Kong: Broadening Prospective Teachers’ Vision in Early Childhood Arts
14 students of the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education) Programme joined a study tour to Brisbane , Australia in June 2016. One major objective of the tour was to participate as volunteers in a biennial festival, namely “Out of the Box (OOTB)” organized by Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Since 1992, OOTB festival has been “a national leader in programming for young children’s creativity and imagination” in Australia, providing a variety of free events, performances and workshops for young children under eight years old. As volunteers, students assisted the set-up and implementation of workshops, navigated school groups and teachers during their visits, and provided general administrative assistance. The practical work allowed students to reflect on their own value of arts and experienced different ways to enhance and nurture children's creativity and imagination. Besides, it was also a wonderful and valuable opportunity for the students to experience the cultural difference through working with the organizer, artists and volunteers from different countries.

In addition to volunteer in OOTB festival, the students also visited numerous kindergartens and cultural institutions including museums and art gallery. These visits provided the students with a better understanding of early childhood arts education in Brisbane, Australia.

 

Presentation Session by FHM


Dr. LIU Fung Ming Christy
(LML)

Perception of Translation Graduates on Translation Internships
For many years, institutions providing translation training have been offering a course which requires students to complete a translation project, normally during their final year, to serve as a link between classroom learning and real-life practice. However, an increasing number of institutions provide translation students with internships and/or placement and make it part of the curriculum. One possible reason for this phenomenon is the concern in recent years over possible cooperation between academic and non-academic institutions to create mutual benefit for both translation students and employers. Experiential education, including internships and placement, have been part of an important component in the curriculum of many academic fields such as medicine, education, engineering, journalism, and information technology. However, no prior empirical research on the topic has been systemically done in Translation Studies to examine to what extent translation students have benefited from their internship experience. The objective of this research is to study the perceptions and expectations of translation graduates on internship, both those who joined internships and those who did not. If internships are found to be beneficial, similar collaboration between academic and non-academic institutions should be enhanced, and more research should be conducted. However, if students perceive that internships are not as beneficial as expected, their opinions should be heard so that some remedies can be made in order to make the internships more valuable to both translation students and employers.

 


Mr. WANG Pengjin
(B.Ed(EL) student) (Year 5)

Use Language to Make Meanings: Using eBook in a Secondary-One English Classroom
In the global trend of applying e-learning in the classroom, the use of information technology (IT) in English language teaching has shifted from theories to practices. More and more schools in Hong Kong are putting e-learning as a major concern in school development plans.

Pengjin’s Teaching Practice (TP) placement school also highlights the use of e-learning in classroom and the infrastructure has been recently upgraded. With this opportunity, he adopted a Microsoft PowerPoint eBook in a Secondary-One English classroom, which is designed by four students in the course Integrating IT in ESL Classroom. The eBook, featured with voice, scripts, animation and interaction (hyperlink), provides both rich language input and stimulation for different types of learners. The leading principal that guides the eBook design is a Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK).

In this presentation, the processes of developing eBook will be illustrated and the first-hand practice will be reflected. Some recommendations are also raised for the utilization of eBook in ESL classroom.

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Break
Afternoon Session
14:00 - 15:00

Keynote Speech 2

Prof. H. Werner HESS (HKBU) Dr. Tushar CHAUDHURI (HKBU)

Connecting Minds: Strategies and Outcomes of Embedded Internationalisation
Internationalisation is a key area of transforming teaching and learning in Hong Kong’s universities. To turn a slogan into reality, however, is an often tedious, long-term process - not least due to financial and administrative constraints but also often due to subtle resistance from colleagues and students alike. This presentation outlines some innovative projects undertaken at HKBU, which embed e-learning into a wider context of international and cross-cultural encounters as a principle of curriculum development.    

15:00 - 15:15 Break
15:15 - 16:45

Presentation Session by Postgraduate Students from Three Faculties and Graduate School

Student Initiated Learning at Postgraduate Level

Graduate School
International Postgraduate Student Summer School in Education, Social Sciences, Liberal Arts and Humanities 2016 – An International Learning and Engagement Platform for Students and by Students

Student as Change Agent in the Higher Education - An Action Learning Case
Ms. CAO Yuan

Student as change agents is now a growing and university wide scheme enabling students to shape and improve the learning experience in the higher education. Being a change agent is not only being identifying a problem, but also being empowered to solve the issues by students themselves. Students are the driving force and they play the significant roles in the project. This presentation will review the Summer School held in EdUHK in 2016—An International Learning and Engagement Platform organized by Students and for Students.

My Self-directed Exploration in Academic Cultural Differences
Mr. CHEN Chia-wen

During Chia-wen’s research life in EDUHK, he had the opportunities to visit the universities and to attend the meetings overseas. Through the interactions with the scholars in other countries, the impact of the cultural difference can be found in academic domain. This presentation aims to share the difference between Russia, Norway, Finland, Netherlands, and Japan in terms of methodology preference, thinking style, curriculum, and academic career. The forward self-reflection to his research life will be shared in the end of presentation.

 

FLASS

Internationalization of Postgraduate Education of EdUHK: My Experience
Mr. ZHU Yuefeng Alex

For postgraduate students, internationalization means opportunities to keep updated with latest research methods with the lowest cost, establish personal academic network for future potential cooperation, and understand what international academic communities are and why it is important to make contributions to them. Alex’s experience showed the EdUHK adopted a variety of multi-level strategies to achieve the goals: internationalizing the campus by appointing international tutors and recruiting international students; financially supporting students to learn methodologies overseas to overcome personal research challenges; encouraging students present findings overseas to construct personal networks and prepare to be independent scholars; visiting oversea institutions to face-to-face communicate with postgraduate their students to understand different modes of postgraduate education, their effectiveness and outcomes.

A Filipino's Search for His 'Chinese Soul'
Mr. GARCIA Mark Raygan Estrada

“A Filipino’s Search for His ‘Chinese’ Soul” tackles insights that build around the value of relationships as an enabling factor in one’s struggle to overcome roadblocks to learning and living a whole-rounded life. It discusses the dual-headed intent to be as much a learner as a source of learning.

 

FEHD

Tackling Challenges: Personal Thoughts and Experience
Ms. YUAN Yifan

In this presentation, Yifan will share personal experience about why she did a research proposal on moral education and then she will introduce the importance of growth mindset. Though her personal experience, she will give another way to face the music and challenge difficulties.

你界定了生活
Ms. LAM Yeuk Ching Sabrina (Cantonese)

大學生有時是孜孜不倦的、有時是跌跌撞撞的、有時是樂極忘形的。那是我們選擇的生活型態。成為自主的學習者──訂立目標、監控學習、善用資源──也是一種選擇。

 

FHM

發掘自我,備戰未來
Ms. WANG Zijun (Putonghua)

你還沒有找尋你自己:你只找到我。所有的信仰者都是這樣,如是所有的信仰成就渺小。現在,我命令你否棄我,並發掘自己。 ——尼采

Remarks:
  1. This conference is also categorised as part of the Certificate Course “Introduction to Teaching in Higher Education”, under the Theme Seminars/Workshops in Learning and Teaching.
  2. This conference will be recorded as Personal Effectiveness (PE) in the Category B on the Experiential Learning and Achievements Transcript (ELAT).

Invited Talk / Seminar

To promote an atmosphere of international academic exchange and equip the academic/teaching staff with the latest international learning and teaching development, external guests and staff in EdUHK will share their views and experiences on learning and teaching. All staff and students are welcome to join our activities shown below. More activities and details will be provided in due course, please keep an eye on the Festival website’s updates.

Date, Time & Venue Organising Unit(s) Topic Presenters
19 Jan 2017
LTTC

LTTC e-Learning Workshop for Staff:
Exploring the Use of Digital Teaching Portfolios
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: LTTC
Time: 12:30 – 13:45
Venue: B1-LP-02

LTTC colleague
20 Jan 2017 ECE Clarifying Learning Goals and Standards
Time: 14:30 – 16:00
Venue: B4-LP-01

Prof. David CARLESS (HKU)
22 Feb 2017
HPE

Experiences in Effective Learning and Teaching of PE: A Dialogue between Practitioner and Academic
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: Ms. Ally CHAU
Phone: 2948-8353
Time: 14:30 – 16:30
Venue: D3-LP-07


Dr. LI Chung (HPE, EdUHK)


Mr. CHU Wood Man (Headmaster, H.K.T.A. The Yuen Yuen Institute Shek Wai Kok Primary School)

24 Feb 2017
LTTC Seminar on UGC Teaching Awardees’ Sharing (3):
Advancement in Teaching Pedagogy in Healthcare Education
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: LTTC
Time: 13:00 – 14:15
Venue: D3-LP-02

Dr. Shirley NGAI (PolyU)
24 Feb 2017
FEHD & PS Prevention of Student Plagiarism: How to Use a Moodle Quiz and Online Discussion as a Quick Immunity Booster Shot for Students
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: Dr. Emma BUCHTEL
Time: 12:30 – 13:20
Venue: D4-G/F-05A


Dr. Emma BUCHTEL (PS, EdUHK)

 

24 - 26 Feb 2017
MIT Startup Weekend EdUHK: STEM Education
Event Judges, Coaches and Mentors
28 Feb 2017 LTTC

Seminar on Teaching Awardees’ Sharing:
A Constructional Approach to Learning Mathematics
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: LTTC

Time: 12:30 – 13:45
Venue: B4-LP-02


Dr. CHENG Kell Hiu Fai (MIT, EdUHK)

28 Feb 2017 LTTC

Seminar on Teaching Awardees’ Sharing:
Learning and Teaching outside the Classroom
Online Enrollment

Enquiries: LTTC

Time: 12:30 – 13:45
Venue: B4-LP-02


Dr. LI Wai Chin (SES, EdUHK)

3 Mar 2017 HPE Nutrition and Exercise for Cognitive Function: Optimizing Learning
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: Ms. Vivian LEE
Phone: 2948-8754
Time: 12:30 – 14:00
Venue: D3-LP-07

Dr. Simon COOPER (Nottingham Trent University, UK)
6 Mar 2017 CLE 語文教育的多角度思維:以中文及漢語為例
Time: 13:30-15:30
Venue: B3-P-06 ClubEdU

Prof. CHENG Kat Hung Dennis (LCS, EdUHK)
7 Mar 2017 ELE

Issues in Writing Portfolio Assessment:
An Assessment-as-Learning Perspective
Time: 12:30 – 14:00
Venue: D4-G/F-02


Dr. LAM C K Ricky (HKBU)
7 Mar 2017 LML Reflection on a Teacher Educator's Professional Journey: Up Close and Personal
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Venue: B2-1/F-37


Dr. LAM C K Ricky (HKBU)
9 Mar 2017 HPE Emergency Health Awareness
Online Enrollment
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Venue: D1-LP-03

Prof. Jeff WILKS (HPE, EdUHK)
9 Mar 2017 SAO Seminar on Whole Person Development and Non-formal Learning
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: Mr. Jacky LIU
Phone: 2948-6236
Time: 11:30 – 13:30
Venue: C-LP-02

Prof. Petrus NG (HKBU)
10 Mar 2017 LCS 師生協作教學:以口述歷史寫作為例
Enrollment
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Venue: D1-G/F-03

Dr. FUNG Chi Wang (LCS, EdUHK)
21 Mar 2017 LTTC Seminar on Teaching Development Grant (TDG) Projects (2)
Enquiries: LTTC
Time: 12:30 – 13:45
Venue: B4-LP-02


Dr. CHEUNG Lin Hong (CHL, EdUHK)


Dr. CHENG Nga Yee Irene (SES, EdUHK)

31 Mar 2017 FEHD & PS Sharing Session on TDG Project: Enhancing Students’ Personal and Psychosocial Development with Self-learning Kit
Online Enrollment
Enquiries: Dr. Sarah WAN
Phone: 2948-8105
Time: 12:00 – 13:15
Venue: B1-LP-06


Dr. WAN Lai Yin Sarah (PS, EdUHK)


Dr. CHAN Wing Yan Arita (PS, EdUHK)


Ms. TANG Hau Yu Christine (PS, EdUHK)

Open Class Observation

Open class observations aim at sharing good learning and teaching strategies, and promoting a culture of experience sharing in teaching. All staff and students are welcome to join the classes shown as follows, please click here for registration.

Date & Time Topic

10 Jan 2017
17:30 – 19:30

17 Jan 2017
16:30 – 19:20
D3-LP-11

A Constructional Approach to Learning the Rigorous Concept of the Limit of a Sequence
The limit concept has always been a difficult topic for university students. Studies indicated that the concept of the limit of a sequence has significant impact on other related concepts in advanced mathematics. Due to the complex logical structure of the rigorous definition of limit of sequence, students often fail to understand the limit concept and they usually resort to rote memorization of the rigorous definition. Formally stated, L is the limit of a sequence {an} if for any positive real number e, there exists a natural number N such that for every natural number n greater than N, the absolute distance between an and L is less than e. Symbolically, this is usually written as   such that for , and is referred to as the e - N definition. In these lectures, we demonstrate the use of a combination of GeoGebra applets and worksheets in the learning of the e - N definition.

by Dr. CHENG Kell Hiu Fai (MIT)
16 Jan 2017
10:30 – 13:30

Parent-Child Relationships: Theories
The class will talk about important topics, such as general parenting styles and ways to discipline children, parenting in different cultural contexts and the implications, and the relationship between societal demands and parenting practices. Activities, such as video appreciation, in-class reading, and group discussion, will be used.

by Dr. LAM Chun Bun Ian (ECE)

23 Jan 2017
10:30 – 13:30
Parent-Child Relationships: Practices
The class will talk about the practical aspects of parenting. Techniques taught in established parenting intervention programmes, such as Triple P and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, will be discussed. Activities, such as role playing, in-class reading, and group discussion, will be used.

by Dr. LAM Chun Bun Ian (ECE)
24 Jan 2017
16:30 – 19:20
Limits
The focus of this lecture is to follow up the rigorous definition of the limit of a sequence constructed in the previous lecture. There will be an emphasis of consolidation and applications in this lecture.

by Dr. CHENG Kell Hiu Fai (MIT)
26 Jan 2017
10:30-13:30
Life Styles and Body Health: Food and Nutrition*
Ever though what are the components of a healthy diet? Using a few everyday examples I shall introduce the concepts and relationship between nutrition and body health, for example: saturated fat vs unsaturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol etc.

by Dr. LI Wai Chin (SES)
6 Feb 2017
15:30-18:30
Pronunciation accuracy: the nasal sound and ‘ed’ endings in past tense and Connected speech:
intonation with pitch

Students will be asked to read tongue twisters as warm-up to practise the target sounds. They will then be introduced the nasal sounds and as a competition, get into groups to read a poem containing these sounds. A short story with ‘ed’ endings will be shown in class so that students can identify and practice them. Students will practise using different intonation in questions, statements and question tags, etc. At the end, they will be practicing a short dialogue to consolidate the sounds and intonation learnt in this session.

by Ms. CHOW Wing Yee Cherry (CLE)
7 Feb 2017
10:30 – 13:20
Measurement of Physical Activity
The class will be focused on the introduction of physical activity, which includes lectures on : 1) the definition, classification and various concepts of physical activity; 2) the sharing of previous researches on physical activity; 3) the introduction of different methods to measure physical activity. A pedometer activity will be introduced to elaborate how to use pedometer to measure and motivate children physical activity in PE class setting.

by Dr. CHEUNG Pui Yee Peggy (HPE)
7 Feb 2017
13:30 - 14:45
Philosophy and Educational Ideology
Students will be asked to study a fable and discuss the philosophy behind it before they are introduced to the ideology of perennialism.

by Dr. LAM Chi Ming (IELL)
9 Feb 2017
14:30 – 15:45
Europeanization
his lecture will introduce the concept Europeanization. Scholars including Fu Sinian (傅斯年), Lu Xun (魯迅) , Fu Lei (傅雷) and Yu Kwang-chung (余光中) will be briefly introduced. 

by Dr. LIU Fung Ming Christy (LML)
9 Feb 2017
10:30 - 13:20
Korean TV Dramas in Hong Kong
Dr. Kang will start the class by delivering a lecture on the selected topic. 2 group presentations will be incorporate to facilitate the lecture content, followed by a short discussion on the required reading material. In the end, students will be asked to either write a short reflection or engage in a small group discussion to summarize and reflect on the selected topic.

by Dr. KANG Jong Hyuk David (LCS)
9 Feb 2017
16:30 – 18:30
Teaching Method for Primary Student*
課堂主要展示文學教學的理論和教學法, 在中國語文教學法(一)的基礎上,進一步向學員介紹中國語文科文學、中華文化、品德情意、思維及語文自學等學習範疇的理論、內容與教法。

by Dr. YU Yuen Yee Frankie (CHL)
11 Feb 2017
9:30 – 12:20
Fairy Tales
This lecture will explore how modern fairy tales and film affects student perception of self and others. Language and images projected in modern fairy and films are to be explored. Social meanings of modern texts are also to be examined.

by Dr. WONG Ming Har Ruth (ELE)
13 Feb 2017
10:30 – 13:30
Marital Relationships: Practices
The class will talk about the practical aspects of maintaining good marital relationships. Techniques, such as XYZ statements, speaker-listener techniques, and positive reappraisal, will be demonstrated and discussed. Activities, such as role playing, in-class reading, and group discussion, will be used.

by Dr. LAM Chun Bun Ian (ECE)
22 Feb 2017
10:30 – 13:30
Teaching or Recorder and Music Creating Activities*
The lesson introduces participants with the pedagogy of two music integrated activities - “performing” and “creating”. The first part focuses on the use of miming method to replace the traditional instruction to teach students how to play recorder. While the second part, students will learn how to use body percussion to create music.

by Mr. YUEN Tze Leung Raymond (CCA)
The language is English except for classes marked with * or †
* Language: Cantonese,
† Language: English and Cantonese

Video Showcase

To promote the atmosphere of sharing good practices for learning and teaching enhancement, videos regarding 1) teaching awardees/experienced staff’s sharing of their learning and teaching experiences as well as some innovative and vibrant teaching activities and 2) academic/teaching staff’s sharing on critical thinking development and e-Learning pedagogy, will be broadcasted in the EdUHK campus. All staff and students are welcome to watch the video showcase shown on the TVs in the corridor on LP of D1 and D2, G/F of B2 and D2 and in Canteen.

Title Subtitle  
  • Faculty Teaching Award 2015/16
  Video 1
  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. CHENG Kell Hiu Fai (MIT)

Child Poverty in Hong Kong - Class Preparation

  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. Tamara SAVELYEVA (IELL)

Critical Thinking - Sharing of Teaching (Part 1)

Video 2

  • 2014-2015 Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD) Programme - Sri Lanka Summer Group
 
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. YEE Ting Sum Lydia (PS)

Cognitive Neuroscience of Human Memory - Post-class Discussion

Video 3
  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. CHENG Kell Hiu Fai (MIT)

Child Poverty in Hong Kong - Tutorial

Video 4

  • 2015-2016 Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD) Programme - Vietnam (NHA TRANG) Easter Group
 
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. LEUNG Hok Bun Isaac (CCA)

Blog-based e-Learning and Visual-based Social Media Platform - Pre-class Interview

Video 5
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. LEUNG Hok Bun Isaac (CCA)

Blog-based e-Learning and Visual-based Social Media Platform - Post-class Discussion

Video 6
  • Learning Innovation: Blended Learning for Honours Project 1 (Five-year Bed Programme)
 
  • EcoGarden and Organic Farming
  Video 7
  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. Tamara SAVELYEVA (IELL)

Critical Thinking - Class Preparation

  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. TSE Ka Ho (CHL)

Strategies to Use Apps to Engage Students in Learning Chinese - Class Teaching

Video 8
  • 2015-2016 Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD) Programme - Christmas Cambodia (PHNOM PENH)
  Video 9
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. YEE Ting Sum Lydia (PS)
Cognitive Neuroscience of Human Memory - Pre-class Interview
  • The Hong Kong Institute of Education's Research Development & Knowledge Transfer
    Prof. CHEUNG Yan Leung Stephen, BBS, JP (P, EdUHK)

Video 10
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. YEE Ting Sum Lydia (PS)

Cognitive Neuroscience of Human Memory - Class Teaching (Part 1)

  • Innovative Use of Mobile Technology for Effective Teaching and Learning of Science and Environmental Studies
    Prof. YEUNG Yau Yuen (SES)
    Dr. CHEANG Chi Chiu Frank (SES)
    Dr. FOK Lincoln (SES)
    Dr. YEUNG Chi Ho Bill (SES)
  Video 11
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. LEUNG Hok Bun Isaac (CCA)

Blog-based e-Learning and Visual-based Social Media Platform - Class Teaching (Part 1)

  • Executive Master of Arts in International Educational Leadership and Change
  Video 12
  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. Tamara SAVELYEVA (IELL)

Critical Thinking - Post-class Interview

  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. Tamara SAVELYEVA (IELL)

Critical Thinking - Sharing of Teaching (Part 2)

Video 13
  • "I Act, U Act!" Education for Plastic Waste Recycling
    Dr. CHOW Cheuk Fai Stephen (SES)

  • 2015-2016 Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD) Programme - Cambodia (SIEM REAP) Christmas Group
  Video 14
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. TSE Ka Ho (CHL)

Strategies to Use Apps to Engage Students in Learning Chinese - Post-class Interview

  • Learning and Teaching Practice Series Episode 1: Experiential Learning Through Field Study
    Dr. CHENG Nga Yee Irene (SES)

Hong Kong Marine Odyssey

  • 2014-2015 Leadership Enhancement and Development (LEAD) Programme - India
  Video 15
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. WONG Ka Wai Gary (MIT)

Flipped Classroom for Active and Self-regulated e-Learning - Pre-class Discussion

  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. TSE Ka Ho (CHL)

Strategies to Use Apps to Engage Students in Learning Chinese - Pre-class Discussion

Video 16
  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. SZETO Sau May, CHL

思維的理論與教學 (教學分享)

  • 2015-2016 ASLP (Ethiopia)
  Video 17
  • e-Learning Pedagogy: Self-learning Video Resources
    Dr. WONG Ka Wai Gary (MIT)

Flipped Classroom for Active and Self-regulated e-Learning - Class Teaching (Part 1)

  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. LO Tin Yiu Joe (GEO)

Global, National and Local Identities - Post-tutorial Interview

Video 18
  • Integrated Pond Fish Farming Using Food Wastes
    Prof. WONG Ming Hung (SES)

  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. SZETO Sau May, CHL

教授批判性思考的分享

  • Innovation in Science and Environmental Studies (ISES)
    Prof. SO Wing Mui Winnie (SES)
  Video 19
  • Online Learning Package: Introduction of Critical Thinking Development
    Dr. CHENG Kell Hiu Fai (MIT)

Child Poverty in Hong Kong - Post-class Interview

Poster Board Exhibition

To share the accomplishments in learning and teaching activities in the four key areas of 1) Internationalisation of the Curriculum, 2) e-Learning, 3) Student Initiated Learning, and 4) Staff Professional Development taking place in Faculties, School, Academic Units and Offices, over 13 poster boards will be displayed in the corridor on LP of D1 and D2 from February to March 2017. All staff and students are most welcome to join our exhibition anytime during the Festival.
Poster Board Participation List
1 Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS)
2 Faculty of Education and Human Development (FEHD)
3 Faculty of Humanities (FHM)
4 Graduate School (GS)
5 Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology (LTTC)
6 Greater China Affairs Office (GCA)
7 International Office (IO)
8 Library (LIB)
9 Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
10 Registry (REG)
11 Student Affairs Office (SAO)