The Artificial Intelligence for Education subgroup of Teaching and Learning Community of Practice (T&L COP) invites teachers to a new format of Webinar entitled ‘Journal Club’. This session will give CUHK teachers an insight into cutting edge uses of AI and related technologies in educational settings through the review and summary of recent publications on Artificial Intelligence and related technologies used for education.
In this one-hour-long first session, we will present a summary of:
One review paper (15 mins)
One in-depth educational use-case for AI on the topic of ‘Developing a mobile app - VocabGo with AR and VR to enhance young learners’ vocabulary learning in a seamless learning environment’ (15 mins)
One ‘quick-fire’ round of 2-3 short papers with brilliant or novel ideas (15 mins)
15 minutes for Q&A and discussion
Speakers will give an overview of the study and highlight important points which could be methodological or pedagogical considerations, experimental design or emergent technology use.
After attending, we hope that participants will be stimulated to discuss ideas amongst colleagues, conduct their own pilot studies, apply for educational grants and produce scholarly outputs from the ideas generated.
The reviews will be conducted by subgroup leader Dr. Christopher SEE from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Dr. Yanjie SONG from The Education University of Hong Kong.
Date & Time
13 April 2022 (Wednesday), 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Speakers (in alphabetical order)
Dr. Christopher SEE is a lecturer at the School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine at The Chinese University of Hong Kong teaching human anatomy. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators UK (FAcadMed) as well as the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). His research interests are gamification, e-learning and particularly the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medical education. He graduated from the Oxford AI programme, the University of Oxford in 2020 and has taught modules on AI in Healthcare, introduction to Machine Learning, Neural Networks and Deep Learning as part of medical school curricula. He leads the AI for Education subgroup of the T&L CoP in CUHK.
Dr. Yanjie SONG is an associate professor in Department of Mathematics and Information Technology at The Education University of Hong Kong. Her research interests focus on innovative pedagogical design and practice with technology, app development with AI and educational technology, technology-enhanced language learning, mobile and seamless learning, collaborative inquiry-based learning, class orchestration with technology, etc.
Online via Zoom (This event will be held using Zoom video conferencing software. The Zoom login link and passcode will be provided to successful registrants.)
Teaching and Learning Community of Practice, CUHK
Medium of Instruction
Teachers at CUHK (Teachers at CUHK-Shenzhen and sister universities are also welcome.)
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