Good GE Teaching Practices

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There are many roads to learning. People bring different talents and styles of learning to college…… Students need the opportunity to show their talents and learn in ways that work for them. Then they can be pushed to learn in new ways that do not come so easily.

– Arthur Chickering and Zelda Gamson (1987)

Videos
  • Student-Oriented Learning Student-Oriented Learning Dr. Loretta KIM
  • Emphasis on "Efforts" than Performance Emphasis on "Efforts" than Performance Dr. LEUNG Ka Man

     
Statements
  • Building Critical Evaluation Building Critical Evaluation Dr. KWOK Wai Luen
  • Student-Oriented Learning Student-Oriented Learning Dr. Loretta KIM
  • Emphasis on "Efforts" than Performance Emphasis on "Efforts" than Performance Dr. LEUNG Ka Man

     

Character is like a tree and reputation is like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.

– Abraham Lincoln

Videos
  • Raising Students Interest Raising Students Interest Dr. Judy IP
  • Engendering "Caring" Services Engendering "Caring" Services Dr. Kevin YUE
  • Building Confidence & Competence Building Confidence & Competence Mr. LAU Cheuk Yan

     
Statements
  • Building Confidence & Competence Building Confidence & Competence Mr. LAU Cheuk Yan
  • Promoting Personal Growth Promoting Personal Growth Dr. Cissy LI
  • Raising Students Interest Raising Students Interest Dr. Judy IP
  • Engendering “Caring” Services Engendering “Caring” Services Dr. Kevin YUE

     

Learning is not a spectator sport. Students do not learn much just by sitting in classes listening to teachers, memorizing pre-packaged assignments, and spitting out answers. They must talk about what they are learning, write about it, relate it to past experiences and apply it to their daily lives. They must make what they learn part of themselves.

– Arthur Chickering and Zelda Gamson (1987)

Videos
  • Benefiting Students in the Long Term Benefiting Students in the Long Term Dr. ZHANG Fang
  • Technology-assisted Teaching and Learning Technology-assisted Teaching and Learning Dr. Lisa DENG
  • Technology-Mediated Learning Technology-Mediated Learning Dr. Esther MANG
  • Developing Judicial Reasoning Developing Judicial Reasoning Mrs. Eliza XUE
  • Authentic & Virtual Learning Authentic & Virtual Learning Miss Susanna CHUI

     
Statements
  • Authentic & Virtual Learning Authentic & Virtual Learning Miss Susanna CHUI
  • Developing Judicial Reasoning Developing Judicial Reasoning Mrs. Eliza XUE
  • Advocating Interactive Activities Advocating Interactive Activities Dr. Dominic YEO
  • Promoting Participative Learning Promoting Participative Learning Dr. Simon TO
  • Technology-Mediated Learning Technology-Mediated Learning Dr. Esther MANG

     

What, of course, we want in a university is for people to learn the skills they’re going to need outside the classroom. So, having a system that had more emphasis on inquiry and exploration but also on learning and practising specific skills would fit much better with how we know people learn.

– Alison Gopnik, American Psychologist

Videos
  • Students' Freedom in Design and... Students' Freedom in Design and... Dr. Jamie CHEUNG
  • Applying Knowledge to Daily Life Applying Knowledge to Daily Life Dr. Joshua KO
  • Research Informed Teaching Research Informed Teaching Prof. Kara CHAN

     
Statements
  • Applying Knowledge to Daily Life Applying Knowledge to Daily Life Dr. Joshua KO
  • Emphasizing Real-World Applications Emphasizing Real-World Applications Dr. Mark LAU
  • Research Informed Teaching Research Informed Teaching Prof. Kara CHAN

     
Reference:
Chickering, A. W., Gamson, Z. F., & Racine, W. (1987). Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education. Racine, Wis.: Johnson Foundation.