LTTC Seminar on UGC Teaching Awardees’ Sharing (2): Improving Students' Sense of Agency from a Psychological Point of View
You are cordially invited to attend the upcoming Seminar on UGC Teaching Awardees’ Sharing (2) organised by the Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology (LTTC).
Topic: Improving Students’ Sense of Agency from a Psychological Point of View
Speaker: Professor Suzanne Ho-wai So, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
(Awardee of the 2017 University Grants Committee Teaching Award (Early Career Faculty Members))
Experiential learning and reﬂective practice have become buzzwords of academia, but do they really work and why? Rather than the one-way delivery of knowledge, how can we cultivate an environment for learning to take place? As a clinical psychologist turned academic, Professor So has found understanding and managing people’s behavior a key aspect of her career. Over the last ﬁve years at the CUHK, Professor So has formulated ways to engage psychology students in eﬀective teaching and learning. She is determined to put students in the center stage of their learning and has experimented novel and systematic pedagogical approaches such as the ‘self-practice/self-reﬂection’ (SP/SR) and improv games. This keynote address will integrate what psychological research has informed us about how we learn with practical applications for learners across disciplines.
Online Registration: https://uslinux.eduhk.hk/enroll/course1.php3?groupid=LTTC309
(Remark: Seats are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.)
The event is categorised as part of the Certificate Course “Introduction to Teaching in Higher Education”, under the Theme Seminars/Workshops in Learning and Teaching.
For enquiries, please contact Ms. Brenda Wong at email@example.com.
- Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology
- 14:30 ~ 15:45
- D2-LP-09, EdUHK Tai Po Campus