Best Practices for Zoom/Online Teaching: Teacher Sharing Series

Updated: Jan 17

26 February 2020, 3 March 2020, 9 March 2020


Organisers

Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research supported by Teaching and Learning Community of Practice


Description

Have you tried various online teaching strategies to enrich students’ off-campus learning? In this series, a number of teachers will share with us their best practices and strategies for online teaching (e.g. the use of Zoom, online games, eLearning tools, etc.), with the aim of bringing some ideas on how to tactfully manage the class, deliver learning activities to promote peer learning, boost student learning and engagement, and more. Register now to join the conversation!


Note

The webinars will be conducted via Zoom. Meeting ID and password will be provided to successful registrants 1 day before the event date.


Quota

100


Medium of Instruction

English



Webinar 1 Ride on the trend of Zoom teaching: did I run my class well?


Date & Time

26 Feb 2020 (Wednesday), 3:30 pm to 4:15 pm


Speaker

Dr LAU Sin Nga, Ann Senior Lecturer, School of Biomedical Sciences


Registration (CLOSED)

https://webapp.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/ras/restricted/event?id=38322


Recording

The recording of this webinar is ready on Panopto and on EdTech



Webinar 2 Teaching with Zoom: some issues and quick tips


Date & Time

3 March 2020 (Tuesday), 3:30 pm to 4:15 pm


Speaker

Dr KU Kei-tat, Fred Senior Lecturer, Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics


Registration (CLOSED)

https://webapp.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/ras/restricted/event?id=38323


Recording

The recording of this webinar is ready on Panopto



Webinar 3 Beside Zoom and Panopto, what else? A sharing on using online discussion forum and game based learning


Date & Time

9 March 2020 (Monday), 3:30 pm to 4:15 pm


Description

Online learning and e-learning have become hot topics due to the suspension of schools and university classroom teaching caused by the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Most teachers are now using Zoom for interactive classes and Panopto for lecture recording. But there are plenty more options for the students to study and learn at home! I would like to share with you my experience in using first, micro-modules coupled with Blackboard online discussion forums as a way to extend the tutorial discussions; then second, using a commercial game to allow students to play and learn things that can supplement textbook reading. For this semester, I have also used Zoom and YouTube to live broadcast myself playing the game and at the same time explain the meaning behind it. Let’s work and think together to make use of this crisis as an opportunity to test out more creative forms of learning!


Speaker

Dr KIANG Kai Ming Senior Lecturer, Office of University General Education


Registration (CLOSED)

https://webapp.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/ras/restricted/event?id=38337


Recording

The recording of this webinar is ready on Panopto