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Peer-Supported Learning with PRS

Date: 
Fri, 2004-05-21 (All day)

Presenter: Prof Jim Boyle

Format: Interview

Prof Jim Boyle, Head of Mechanical Engineering at Strathclyde University, is a leader in innovative teaching and learning approaches involving peer-learning and technology-supported learning. He came to HKUST as keynote speaker at our 2nd Teaching and Learning Symposium. In this interview, he shares with us the use of HKUST's peer-response system at Strathclyde and its integration with a range of active learning strategies.

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Bridging the Gap between Instructional Developer and Content Expert

Date: 
Tue, 2004-01-13 (All day)

Presenter: Dr Mike Keppell

Format: Interactive Session

Dr Mike Keppell, Head of Centre for Integrating Technology in Education of Hong Kong Institute of Education, came to share with faculty and teaching staff here on working effectively with CELT's instructional development team to develop their online projects. Here is a Project Performa that he developed for online project planning.

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Using Quick Classroom Assessments to Monitor Student Learning

Date: 
Fri, 2003-02-14 (All day)

Presenter: Dr Susan Wolcott

Format: Interactive Session

How to Enhance Your Lecture Materials for Classroom and On-line

Date: 
Fri, 2002-12-06 (All day)

Presenter: Mei Fang

Format: Workshop

Mrs Mei Fang, an experienced facilitator and instructional designer, facilitated a DIY (Do-it-yourself) workshop that gave an account on the learning issues in lectures and demonstrated how the ASSURE framework could help to enhance the effectiveness of different stages in lecture preparation and delivery.

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21st Century Enterprises and their Employees

Date: 
Wed, 2002-10-30 (All day)

Presenter: Albert Wong

Format: General Education Lecture

Mr Albert Wong, Personnel Manager of Strategies and Relations Development of Cathay Pacific Airways, came in October and shared with us his personal experience as well as the CX stories in the General Education Lecture: "21st Century Enterprises and their Employees".

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To Learn Is To Play: If This Was Only True?!

Date: 
Mon, 2002-09-23 (All day)

Presenter: Christine Loh

Format: General Education Lecture

Christine Loh, CEO of Civic Exchange and Council Member of HKUST came and gave a general education lecture "To Learn is to Play - If This was Only True" on 23 Sept. It was well received by approximately 250 participants.

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Focusing on Cognitive Development to Assess and Improve Student Thinking

Date: 
Fri, 2002-09-20 (All day)

Presenter: Dr Susan Wolcott

Format: Interactive Session

With her wide experiences in working with faculty on supporting critical thinking development, Dr Susan Wolcott describes a model to help students develop and document critical thinking skills in an interactive session

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Teaching and Learning at HKUST

Date: 
Tue, 2002-08-27 (All day)

Presenter: Prof Jimmy Fung (MATH), Prof Rudolf Fleischer (COMP) and Mr Nick Noakes (CELT/LC).

Format: Information Session

An Information Session on "Teaching and Learning at HKUST" was held on 27 Aug. It served to give faculty members and teaching staff, particularly new ones, first hand information to get by in HKUST.

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What Knowledge and Skills will our Children Need in Order to Prosper in the 21st Century?

Date: 
Sat, 2002-06-29 (All day)

Presenter: Mr David Warlick

Format: Pubic Seminar

Mr David Warlick, author of "Raw materials of the Mind"; Founder and President of US "The Landmark Project", delivered a public seminar. In this entertaining and thought-provoking address, he helped the audience to understand the challenge that faces education today and the classrooms that will be necessary to meet that challenge.

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Experience of Teaching Large Class

Date: 
Fri, 2002-05-31 (All day)

Presenter: UST Faculty members and instructors

Format: Round-table Sharing Session

With the purpose to assist the UST teaching community in teaching large class effectively, a round-table sharing session was held for faculty members and instructors to share their experience. Students' comments of learning in large class as well as resources related to large class teaching are compiled.

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