Teaching

Course Teaching

MAED 6163 – Researching Action in Mathematics Teaching

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)

BMED 3021 — Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching: Instructional Technology and Design of STEM Learning Activities

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

BMED 4520 — Mathematics Teaching Project Report

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)

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Course Taught

EDUC 4030D – Teaching Practice (I)

Undergraduate course. Provides students with the opportunity to integrate theory and practice in real classroom setting. Close collaboration between the course instructor, teaching practice supervisors and the participating schools allows us to plan and organize different learning activities for our students. In doing so, students will be able to develop a working relationship with the … Continue reading EDUC 4030D – Teaching Practice (I)

BMED 3020 – Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching: Instructional Technology and Design of Teaching Activities

Undergraduate course. This course is intended to strengthen students’ pedagogical content knowledge for preparation of mathematics lessons and classroom techniques through micro-teaching, with special attention on the use of information and communication technology; tool-based mathematics tasks and activities; cross-disciplinary mathematics-related activities (including STEM); and professional development of mathematics teachers. (Fall 2018)

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Student Supervision

Doctoral Student Supervisions

Current Doctoral Students Mr. Law Lok Kan (Doctor of Education; 2019-Present) Ms. Shi Lian (Doctor of Philosophy; 2020-Present) Mr. Chan Ting Hin (Doctor of Education; 2020-Present)

MSc Student Supervisions

Conference presentations and proceedings co-authored with graduate (MSc in Mathematics Education) students Wong, W., & Ng, O. (2018). Learning algebraic expressions through rich tasks with learners’ generated examples. Proceedings of the 8th ICMI-East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (p.164). Taipei, Taiwan. Ho, C.O., Ng, O. (2017). Investigating secondary students’ concept images on division algorithm and relation between these … Continue reading MSc Student Supervisions

Undergraduate Student Supervisions

Conference presentations co-authored with undergraduate students Ng, O., Cheng, W. K., Siu, K. S., Ng, T. K. (2020). Mathematical Problem Solving through Digital Making. Paper accepted for presentation at The 14th International Congress on Mathematical Education. Shanghai, China. Professional journal articles co-authored with undergraduate students Ng, O., Tsang, W. K., Tsoi, C. K., Ng, W. … Continue reading Undergraduate Student Supervisions

Teaching Grants

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 UGC  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 … Continue reading Developing Active Learning Pedagogies and Mobile Applications in STEM University Education

Teaching Highlights

CU in the CLOUD: Live Lessons

CU in the CLOUD: Maths Education for Hong Kong Students 五月份課堂 學習階段 課題 學習重點 課堂日期 課堂時間 授課語言 YouTube Live連結 中學 中學增潤課題(一) 關於質數、完美長方體、有理數的不解之謎 5月15日(星期五) 下午3時至3時30分 廣東話 /英文 Link/連結 高中 中學增潤課題(二) 以「無窮小量」概念推論圓形面積及探討圖象面積變化 5月22日(星期五) 下午3時至3時30分 廣東話 /英文 Link/連結 中學 中學增潤課題(三) 基本「組合賽局」理論:怎樣勝出遊戲? 5月29日(星期五) 下午3時至3時30分 廣東話 /英文 Link/連結

CU in the CLOUD: YouTube Channel

Dr. Oi-Lam Ng and the CUHK B.Ed. in Mathematics and Mathematics Education Year 4 and Year 5 students present: “CU in the CLOUD: Maths Education” YouTube Channel! We offer a variety of videos: Maths Tips, Maths FAQs, Maths Fun Facts, and Maths in Motion to help Hong Kong school students get through their mathematics learning … Continue reading CU in the CLOUD: YouTube Channel