Teachers’ Noticing as an Action Research Method: A Flipped Classroom Approach for Enhancing Video-based Noticing in Teacher Education

Project Supervisor (2017-2018). The aims of this project are to support the university’s eLearning strategy, by promoting an innovative instant commenting feature to practice active learning in and out-of-class. The topics covered in the micro-modules are meant to improve students’ noticing ability in their current and future professional practice as educators—an important learning outcome across … Continue reading Teachers’ Noticing as an Action Research Method: A Flipped Classroom Approach for Enhancing Video-based Noticing in Teacher Education

Developing Active Learning Pedagogies and Mobile Applications in STEM University Education

Collaborator (2017-present). This Teaching and Learning (T&L) project aims to explore and develop active learning pedagogies to increase student engagement in STEM education, as well as to construct valid, rigorous and quantitative methods to evaluate active learning on student learning outcome in STEM education. (Project leader: Dr. Fridolin Ting) Funded by University Grant Committee of Hong … Continue reading Developing Active Learning Pedagogies and Mobile Applications in STEM University Education