uReply: Quick and Easy Tool to Maximize Students’ Learning

Date: 
Friday, 23 February, 2018 - 12:30 to 14:00

Speakers:  Professor LAM Lai Chuen, Paul
                  Associate Professor, The Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research,
                  The Chinese University of Hong Kong

                  Mr. Kevin Wong
                  Research Associate, The Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research,
                  The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Venue:  Room 6558 (Lifts 27-28)

Seminar Overview:

In-class time is a precious commodity for instructors. Instructors are often required to deliver a whole lot of content within time constraint, let alone making sure every single student understand the content.

When facilitated with technology, it is possible to maximise your students’ learning both inside and outside classroom. This session aims at introducing the simple yet powerful tool (uReply) for the participants to use in their class, such that instructor can engage students in various learning activities, and better understand students’ needs/performances through meaningful interactions.

uReply was first developed by a group of teaching and learning experts at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Limited free testing account will be offered to faculty/instructors who attend the session.

About the Speakers:

Professor Lam joined the Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in January 2003. He has extensive interest and experience in teaching and learning principles, case-based teaching and learning, web-assisted teaching and learning, and evaluation of elearning and mlearning. He also has experience in designing educational tools. uReply (http://web.ureply.mobi) is a classroom student response system developed under his supervision.

All Faculty Members and Teaching Staff are welcome

*Light refreshment will be served

Please click here to register. For enquiries, please contact Miss Phoebe Mok (2358-6297, phoebe.mok@ust.hk).

Organized by:

Center for Education Innovation (CEI)