||Students taking ownership of their learning and stepping out of their comfort zone has become one of the major strategic goals of CUHK Strategic Plan 2021–2025. Involving students as partners in teaching and learning development is an essential strategy that encourages students to take bolder steps in their learning journey. On the way to SaP, there are barriers to program design and collaborative teaching and learning. This symposium aims to explore the difficulties in carrying out SaP projects, as well as solutions to the problem encountered with valuable experience sharing from local and overseas experts.
- To increase awareness of the development of SaP projects at the university level.
- To exchange ideas among academic staff to facilitate SaP.
- To share SaP experience among academic staff from both overseas and local tertiary institutions.
- To understand the impact of SaP on the classroom and on the community.
||Professor Lee Wing Yan, Vivian
Associate Professor, Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research
||Professor Kelly Matthews
University of Queensland, Australia
Professor Jennifer Marie
University of Greenwich, United Kingdom
Dr. Angela Tse
General Education Office
Hong Kong Baptist University
||29 June 2021
||1500-1700 (Hong Kong Time)
0800-1000 (UK Time)
1700-1900 (BNE time)
||Academic staff from Tertiary Institutions (both overseas and local)
||Registration Link for CU participants (CUHK Staff):
Registration Link for Non-CU participants: