|Date:||22 February 2023 (Wed)|
|Time:||2:30 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.|
Dr Cecilia Ka Yuk CHAN
Dr Theresa KWONG
|Target:||Staff and Student|
Participation in this seminar can be counted towards the Certificate Course “Introduction to Teaching in Higher Education” under the theme, “Seminars/Workshops in Learning and Teaching”.
With knowledge economy, entrepreneurship education is deemed to be more important, it contributes to economic growth and job creation. However, entrepreneurship education is still at its infancy, there is a need to clarify the learning outcomes related to knowledge, skills, and competencies. Assessment can be difficult to design and align with both outcomes and activities and at the same time, are meaningful to students in terms of preparing them for success as entrepreneurs. This professional development workshop focuses on the importance of assessing entrepreneurship education knowledge, skills, and competencies, considering not only technical knowledge, but also important competencies such as leadership, problem-solving, and creativity. In this workshop, Dr. Chan will bring her expertise and insights to bear on the critical issue of assessing entrepreneurial skills and competencies. Participants will leave the workshop with a deeper understanding of how to effectively assess these outcomes in order to better prepare students for success in the entrepreneurial world. The ultimate goal of the workshop is to help educators develop more effective and comprehensive programmes for entrepreneurship education, and to help prepare students for success in this exciting and rapidly-growing field.
Dr Cecilia K Y CHAN
Associate Director/Associate Professor
Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning
The University of Hong Kong
Dr Cecilia K Y CHAN's Bio
Cecilia Ka Yuk Chan is an Associate Director and Associate Professor at the Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) and the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). Dr. Chan has led and conducted research in the areas of assessment, feedback, experiential learning, and 21st century skills and has been involved in over 40 research projects worldwide. She is the Founding President of the Asian Society for Engineering Education and holds a Principal Fellowship with the Higher Education Academy in the UK. She is also a leader in teaching and learning, representing HKU in various networks and is often invited to present her work internationally. Dr. Chan has secured funding from General Research Fund, UGC Research Matching Grant, and substantial donations. She has recently written a book on Assessment for Experiential Learning, and have published widely in the area of teaching and learning particularly on holistic competency. More information can be found: https://tlerg.cetl.hku.hk/