LTTC e-Learning Sharing Session and Workshop – “Development of Digital Teaching Portfolio: From the Perspective of a Visual Arts Teacher”

You are cordially invited to our next LTTC e-Learning Sharing Session and Workshop –“Development of Digital Teaching Portfolio: From the Perspective of a Visual Arts Teacher” on 22 April 2015 (Wed).

Details are given, as follows:

LTTC e-Learning Sharing Session and Workshop – “Development of Digital Teaching Portfolio: From the Perspective of a Visual Arts Teacher”

Speakers

Dr. TAM Cheung On, CCA
Dr. LAI Ming, LTTC
Miss Alexandra NGAI, LTTC

Date

22 April 2015 (Wed)

Time

2:30 – 4:00 p.m.

Venue

C-1/F-01A (MMW Library e-Learning Studio), Tai Po Campus
(Please bring your staff card to access the MMW Library, Tai Po Campus.)

About the Speakers

Dr. TAM Cheung On is Assistant Professor of Department of Cultural and Creative Arts.  Dr. Tam was the recipient of the Scholarship of Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 2009-10.  Dr. Tam has participated in a number of TDG projects, including Transcending Learning Space and Time – The Using of Podcast and iTunes Technologies in Module Delivery (2010), Evidence-based E-progress Mapping of Student Learning in the Creative Arts (2011) and Development of Digital Teaching Portfolios to Build a Professional Learning Community at the HKIEd (2013).Dr. LAI Ming is a Post-doctoral Fellow at LTTC, EdUHK. His research interests include computer-supported collaborative learning, argumentation, blended learning design, ePortfolios, and the scholarship of teaching.Miss Alexandra NGAI is a Senior Research Assistant at LTTC, EdUHK. She is currently working on the implementation of ePortfolios and digital teaching portfolios at the University.

Abstract

In the first half of the session, the speaker will share his experience of developing a digital teaching portfolio, from the formulation of a content framework to selection of appropriate materials, and from the design of layout to overcoming of technical difficulties when working on Mahara.  Plenty of examples and suggestions will be given.  The latter half of the workshop will be hands-on practice on familiarizing various features of Mahara.

 

For enquiries, please contact Dr. May Chan (2948 8556 / sokching@eduhk.hk).

 

 

 

 

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