Undergraduate course. This course surveys selectedcurrent topics and trends affecting mathematics education. Thiscourse aims to expand students’ horizon in frontier research andcontemporary issues in mathematics education. The goal of examining these contemporary topics is to empower students to become potential agents and leaders of curricular change in their future practice.
Graduate course. Offers an introduction to the theoretical aspects of mathematics teaching and learning in face of the challenge from the ever-changing mathematics curriculum. It will provide an overview of both cognitive and socio-psychological issues involved in both the teaching and the learning of mathematics. (Fall 2016-Present)
Undergraduate course. This is the second of a series of two related courses on curriculum and teaching methods in mathematics, with a focus on Hong Kong school context. The use of instructional technologies (such as dynamic geometry software, 3d printing, and coding) for designing mathematics and/or STEM learning tasks and projects will be some of … Continue reading BMED 3021 — Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching: Instructional Technology and Design of STEM Learning Activities
Undergraduate course. This course aims at providing students with guidelines in developing their own research plans in reflecting and critically assessing their professional practices by adopting multiple research perspectives for inquiry in education in general and in mathematics education in particular. (Fall 2019-Present)