Dear Colleagues,

Join our online poster showcase session and be amazed by our teachers’ innovation and creativity in their teaching development grants (TDGs). Being online does not mean we cannot have exciting chats and interactions with peers. In fact, this is far more exciting than a usual poster session in a traditional conference. Let’s celebrate the wonderful achievements of our colleagues.

Date: 14 April 2021 (Wednesday)

Time: 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm (HKT)

Venue: Conducted via Zoom

Details of the poster showcase session: https://www.cetl.hku.hk/tdgfest21/poster-showcases/  

Register here: https://www2.cetl.hku.hk/cetlevents/regist/462/registEventAll.php?eventId=462

Following the poster showcase session, there will be an open classroom observation session offered by Dr. Peter Cobb from the Faculty of Education and Faculty of Arts on the same day. In this session, Dr. Cobb will explore the stuff of the past to understand our own and others’ lived experiences. This class will work together to explore the past and its relationship to the present – while simultaneously considering the things in our own daily lives. Below is the information for the first classroom observation:

Date: 14 April 2021 (Wednesday)

Time: 2:30 pm – 4:20 pm (HKT)

Course title: CCHU9080: Dead People’s Things: Excavating the Past with Archaeology

Venue: Conducted via Zoom

More information here: https://www.cetl.hku.hk/tdgfest21/event/cchu9080/  

Register here (Open classroom observations are exclusive to HKU teachers): https://www2.cetl.hku.hk/cetlevents/regist/463/registEvent.php?eventId=463

About the festival

The HKU Teaching and Learning Festival 2021 aims at celebrating the achievements of teaching innovation and development by HKU teachers through various endeavours, including, but not limited to, teaching development grants (TDGs). Starting from early April to late May 2021, multiple events – keynote speeches, workshops, open classroom observations, and poster showcases will be taking place. Among these events, the open classroom observations and poster showcases are the two highlights that will offer exciting opportunities for witnessing and experiencing how excellent teaching creates a positive impact on student learning in a virtual environment. Check out which events interest you and join us online! All are welcome.

Event website: https://www.cetl.hku.hk/tdgfest21/

Kind regards,

Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning