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Common Core Curriculum @ HKU

Support for Common Core Teachers


Handbooks, Websites, Brochure and Tips for Best Practices

Common Core Office’s Contact

e-learning News, Workshops and Seminars at the University of Hong Kong HKU

Supporting Student Learning through Feedback and Assessment

A series of videos highlighting how technology can be used to help facilitate the feedback process

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Useful Links

2018 Call for Course Proposals

Sample Grade Descriptors

Activities for Large Classes

Classroom and Formative Assessment

Inclusive Pedagogies

E-Learning Resources


Common Core Forums

Plagiarism and Disciplinary Options

  • Regulations Governing Students’ Academic Conduct Concerning Assessment
  • HKU Statutes Under the provisions of Statute XXXI 2(1)(g), 2(2) and 2(3), any complaint against a student in connection with examinations (which include sit-down, written examination as well as other forms of assessment, such as thesis examination) must be submitted to the Registrar within one month of the time when the matter of such complaint arose. If, in the course of marking coursework/examinations, suspected cases of plagiarism are discovered, please report them to the CC Curriculum Office immediately.
  • Turnitin@HKU, HKU Libraries

Student Evaluation of Teaching and Learning (SETL)

Supporting Students with Academic Risks

Disability Accommodations


Common Core Administrative Documents

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