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Student-as-Partners (SaP) Workshop

Background: 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 workshop aims to provide more practical demonstration and to explore the difficulties in carrying out SaP projects as well as solutions to the problem encountered with valuable experiences sharing from local experts.

Event Poster

Objectives:
  • To discuss the pedagogical design of SaP.
  • To exchange assessment evaluation criteria in SaP.
  • To discuss the potential problems faced during the implementation of SaP
  • To listen to sharing from both students and teachers on SaP experiences

Host/Moderator: Professor Lee Wing Yan, Vivian
Associate Professor, Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research

Speakers: Dr. Angela Tse
Assistant Director
General Education Office
Hong Kong Baptist University

Dr. Martin Chung & Student-Partners
Assistant Professor, Department of Government and International Studies
Hong Kong Baptist University

Dr. Yoon Hoo Kim & Ms. Eliza Xue
Assistant Professor & Lecturer, Department of Accountancy and Law
Hong Kong Baptist University

Date: 30 June 2021

Time: 1500-1800 (Hong Kong Time)
0800-1000 (UK Time)
1700-1900 (BNE time)

Format: ZOOM Platform

Target Audiences: Academic staff from Tertiary Institutions (both overseas and local)

Language: English

Registration: Registration Link for CU participants (CUHK Staff):
https://webapp.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/ras/restricted/event?id=48148

Registration Link for Non-CU participants:
https://cloud.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/webform/view.php?id=13313520


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