Undergraduate Students Sharing

Date: 23 May 2019 (Thursday)
Registration: https://uslinux.eduhk.hk/enroll/course1.php3?groupid=LTTC358

Event Photos

In order to promote reflective and peer learning, a half-day Undergraduate Students Sharing event will be hosted on 23 May 2019. This event, is organised by undergraduate student representatives, Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology (LTTC), General Education Office (GEO) and School Partnership and Field Experience Office (SPFEO), features presentations by recent graduates and the ePortfolio awardees.

Time Programme
14:00 - 14:05 Opening Remarks by Prof KONG Siu Cheung, Director of Centre of Learning, Teaching and Technology
14:05 - 14:30 Sharing by HKU and EdUHK Students

“Beyond the E-portfolio: Connectivity and Communities of Learning in a Virtual Environment”

Name of Presenters

Dr Julie CHEN, Project Leader, The Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Dr Sarah CHAN, Mentor, The Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Dr Pauline LUK, Project Manager, The Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Mr LIN Wing Hin Kason, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Ms SIT Hui Kei Gladys, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Mr WONG San Tung Nicholas, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Mr CHUNG King Chi, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK)

Ms FUNG Mei Yee, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK)

Ms LIN Ziqi, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK)

Ms YUAN Minglan, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK)

Ms ZHANG Bowei, The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK)

The project titled “Beyond the e-portfolio: connectivity and communities of learning in a virtual environment” is a UGC-funded project led by the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of HKU in collaborated with the Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology of EdUHK, which aims to enhance students learning experiences through innovations.  In this presentation, students from the two universities will share their off-campus learning experience throughout this year and how the use of virtual environment and collaborative tasks enhance their learning experience and reflections on generic skills.

14:30 - 14:45 Sharing by a Recent Graduate


Miss LAU Sin Yan Cathy, BEd(SN) Graduate


14:45 - 15:15 Sharing by Awardees of the Student ePortfolio Award 2017/18

Outstanding Awardee

Miss CHIN Cheuk Yee Denise, BEd(EL) Year 5 Student

In this presentation, Denise will share her learning experiences in her undergraduate journey with respect to course learning, extra-curricular activities and teaching experience. Specifically, she will illustrate how these experiences shaped her in becoming a professional English teacher, and led to her personal growth through the development of GILOs like problem-solving and social interaction skills. Looking ahead, she will continue to strive for excellence and pursue a life worth living by learning continuously, developing a sound teaching philosophy and giving back to the community. She believes it is important for students to reflect constantly and make the most out of their lives.

Merit Awardee

Miss LIU Yujia Nicole, BEd-P(Maths) Year 4 Student

In this presentation, Nicole will reflect on her Student Exchange life in Zurich, Switzerland. During the four months, she did not only participate in the academic courses in Zurich University of Teacher Education and the Block Practice in a local primary school, but also travelled around 20 countries in Europe during her idle time. Mainly she improved her social interaction skills through communicating with different people in the same building that they lived in Zurich. Those stories and experiences shared by them have broadened her horizons. During her time in Zurich, she also tried to deal with various thorny issues independently, which enhanced her problem-solving skills.

15:15 - 15:45 Tea Break cum Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Robotic Demonstration

Participants can learn about the latest development of Coding Education Unit through playing a VR game and through chatting and playing with the robots. They will learn more about the innovative educational features that apply digital competency.

15:45 - 16:30 Sharing by Student Presenters

Reflective Engagement

Miss CHEUNG Bridget, BME Year 4 Student

In this presentation, Bridget will discuss how she explored and discovered herself in the university life, mostly surrounding the study environment in the field of music. For Bridget, her university life was like a piece of nice cake, having different layers of flavours and fillings. These included 1. Knowledge, 2. Interests, 3. Responsibility, 4. Career, 5. Rest, and 6. Breakthrough. Her life journey was enriched in this process of learning, exploring and transforming.

Miss LAM Wai Ying, BSc(SWT) Year 4 Student

In this presentation, Wai Ying will discuss how to make the 4-year university life fruitful. To achieve this goal, being bold and daring are the most important elements in the beginning. In her university life, Wai Ying had the courage to enroll in various programme from both inside and outside school, such as association committee, service tour and internship. From these experiences, she has gained a lot of insight, which helped her developed moral and social responsibility, decision making, communication and organisation skills. These generic skills or GILOs helped her to maintain a positive work attitude and constantly explore new ways to teach and engage with students, as a pre-service teacher.

Miss GAN Miu, BEd(EL) Year 4 Student

In this presentation, GAN Miu will reflect on how she developed her teaching philosophy through her internship experience. After being an intern in two companies in the educational field, she realised that children need to learn the importance of respect and moral values regardless of their socioeconomic status. When she was dealing with their issues, she has learnt a lot about problem-solving and decision-making. Those experiences helped her to decide that she should emphasise on teaching children to be respectful and demonstrating good attitudes and behaviors.

16:30 - 16:45 Sharing by a Recent Graduate

裝備. 摸索. 提步走

Miss JIM Cheuk Wing, BEd(CL) Graduate


16:45 - 17:00 Sharing by an Undergraduate Student

Making Good Use of Community Resources on History Education

Mr Vincent WONG, BEd(Hist) Year 4 Student

For most secondary students, History is a boring subject. This feeling is caused by the distance between students and the historical contents. In this way, it is suggested that limiting the distance would help increasing students motivation on learning History. Reflecting Vincent’s university experience, community resources, such as museum and records building, can be regarded as a useful teaching method to narrow the distance between students and historical contents. By tracing his university learning experience, he will introduce the benefits of using community resources to teach History and also a few reflections on this method after his summer exchange in Osaka.


Masters of Ceremony

Special thanks to Miss CHEUNG Suet Ting and Miss LEUNG Ling Man for being the MCs for the Undergraduate Students Sharing.
Miss CHEUNG Suet Ting Miss LEUNG Ling Man