Postcards from the Edge

Updated: 4:30pm, 11 Nov, 2022
14 December 2012 (Fri)
Room 101, 1/F., Runme Shaw Building, HKU
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This seminar is jointly organized by CITE and Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
Have you been thinking about trying to move your blended teaching beyond mere transmission to reach new heights of student interactivity? Instructors from the Faculty of Education will share their experiences in using Moodle Glossaries, Wikis, Forums, and the Database activity in their teaching. Lessons learned, issues encountered and overcome -- postcards from the leading edge of eLearning at HKU! Don't miss this opportunity to take your teaching to eLearning Level 2 : teaching enriched by technology and collaborative student activities!

About the speaker(s):

<p>Jan van Aalst is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong, where he teaches graduate courses in science education, research methodology, and the use of ICT in education.&nbsp; His current interests are in various aspects of knowledge building, including pedagogy, assessment, and teacher education.</p>

<p>Brant Knutzen is the Learning Designer for the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong.&nbsp; He has been involved in eLearning for 28 years as software developer, website developer, and corporate trainer.&nbsp; He currently teaches on an MSc IT in Education program relating to eLearning and educational leadership, and provides professional development on instructional design for teaching staff.&nbsp; His research areas include the design, implementation and evaluation of highly engaging blended learning environments for schools and higher education.&nbsp; Current Moodle plugin development projects include the Participation Map: a new way to visually display online discussion activity, and the Participation Forum: which generates a grade based on student posting activity.&nbsp; See for more information.</p>

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