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Innovation and Support on Virtual Instruction: Case Studies


Message from Technology-Enriched Learning Initiative
 

Date: 6 May 2022 (Friday)
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Venue: Virtual Venue – via Zoom
Speakers: Dr Leon Lei, Ms Cindy Liang, Ms Lynn Lin, Ms Marie Tao

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Since the early stage of the pandemic in early 2020, teachers have had to adopt online, hybrid flexible (HyFlex) or other new modes of teaching. Teachers are often excited to design learner-centred and sustainable online/virtual/blended learning experiences with cutting-edge learning technologies. However, teachers often need adequate technical/pedagogical support for the development beyond emergency virtual instruction.

“Instructional Design Extension Assistant (IDEA)” is a UGC-funded scheme implemented by TELI from 2021 to 2023. Instructional designers co-develop virtual instructional materials with teachers for blended learning. The scheme supports teachers transforming their blended instruction in the next stage, based on the scholarly research from the learning science field.

In this webinar we would like to showcase several cases from different Faculties in the e-learning co-development process. In particular, we would like to introduce several useful e-learning/teaching tools succinctly:

  • Sustainable education (Learning analytics)
  • Collaborative group learning activities (Miro)
  • Student knowledge management (Notion)
  • Self-paced learning modules (Open edX)

This webinar is supported by the UGC Special Grant for Strategic Development of Virtual Teaching and Learning.

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