|Date||:||1 April 2022 (Friday)|
|Time||:||5:00 pm - 6:00 pm|
|Speaker||:||Dr. Roger Kwan, School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE), CityU|
The seminar received an overwhelming response with more than 20 participants. The seminar was kicked off by an opening speech delivered by Dr. John Leung, Director of School of Continuing and Professional Education. He gave an inspirational and motivational opening speech with a very interesting and meaningful story of educational philosophy. Then, the speaker, Dr. Roger Kwan, gave a talk about the role of teachers in helping our fellow students. The speaker talked not only philosophy of education but life of philosophy using western and eastern perspective. The knowledge and energy of the speaker kept all participants engaged. There was an active discussion among all participants after the talk. The participants found the seminar very enjoyable and fruitful.
|Date||:||28 October 2021 (Thursday)|
|Time||:||7:00 pm - 8:00 pm|
|Venue||:||LI-2610, 2/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building|
|Speaker||:||Dr. John Leung, Director, School of Continuing and Professional Education (SCOPE), CityU|
With the wide applications of zoom in teaching and learning, many educationists have developed new perspectives of on-line learning. Dr. John shared the seven major affordances of IT in education. In particular, he also talked about how IT can afford to implement the pedagogy such as recursive feedback and co-creation of knowledge. The seminar was well attended by over 30 participants. The responses were very encouraging. The knowledge and energy of the speaker kept all participants engaged and participants were encouraged to discuss and share ideas with others. Very useful information and insights were delivered and participants enjoyed the seminar very much. After the talk, there were active discussions during the Q&A session.
Fri, 17 Sep 2021 6:30pm - 7:30pm
An orientation session for part-time lecturers was successfully held on 17 September 2021 at L1-2610 from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm to network with fellow teaching and professional staff, and to receive updates on the latest developments of SCOPE. The orientation session was kicked off by a welcome speech given by Dr. John Leung, Director of SCOPE. Dr. Leung also gave a presentation about SCOPE's programme operations and the future development of SCOPE. After Dr. Leung's presentation, Dr. Paul Corrigan, senior education development officer of Talent and Education Development Office (TED), City University of Hong Kong, introduced staff development courses offered by TED. It was followed by Ms. Mimi Chan, Academic Services Manager, who outlined and discussed the important administrative matters a part-time teaching staff should pay attention. The PTL Corner, an e-portal on the SCOPE’s website, was also introduced to the attendees. Finally, the orientation was ended with a group photo and networking with each other. It was a wonderful event for both current and new part-time teaching staff to mingle with the management and all participants enjoyed the orientation very much.
Fri, 21 May 2021 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
-The impact of emerging technologies in the next decade The strategic role of senior executives in generating significant business and societal values through digital transformation
-Developing young talents to meet the challenges of digital transformation
Speakers and Panelists
Mr. Michael Leung, MH, CEO,BOA International Financial Group
Ir Dr. Ted Suen, MH, CIO, MTR Corporation Limited; Fellow and President of Hong Kong Computer Society
Mr. Peter Yan, JP,CEO, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited
Ir Dr. Louis Ma, Director, SCOPE (Moderator)
12 March 2021 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and students around the globe continue education remotely with the use of information technologies. City University of Hong Kong was one of the front runners to transition from physical classes to synchronous online teaching and learning (also known as CityU-Learning) in 8 days. While the pandemic persists, the extensive use of e-learning tools broadens from lectures and tutorials to laboratory work, practicums, and examinations. A revolution in education has been progressing with the contributions of all educators and learners. The seminar will reflect on what we did in 2020 and before to empower this education revolution, review the lessons learnt, and predict the new normal of teaching and learning after the pandemic.
21 November 2020 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
知識管理 (Knowledge Management)是在1990年代中期開始在全球學術與商業引起討論的概念，主要針對個人及社群所擁有的顯性和隱性知識的確認、創造、掌握、使用、分享及傳播，以進行積極及有效的管理，涵蓋固有理論及應用層面，包括學習型組織、企業文化、資訊科技應用及人事管理等。知識管理概念通常與企業的策略發展具有關係，不單在現今企業上的實踐愈來愈受到重視，在非商業上的應用亦很廣泛。在此六十分鐘的演講中，講者會介紹知識管理的基本概念，及如何利用知識管理的策略或方法去協助 教師發展教學能力、技巧與經驗，知識管理可成為促進教師專業 成長的有效工具。講者亦會討論在現今網絡科技先進的世界，知識管理扮演何種重要的角色。
21 September 2020 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In order to prevent the novel coronavirus from spreading on campus, the University announced on 27 January 2020 that we will move to an interactive online learning environment starting from 7 February 2020 until further notice. All classes will be delivered online and in real time, according to the original timetables. The interactive online learning classroom will be conducted through Zoom via the Canvas. As such, SCOPE arranged a tailor-made training workshop for Part-time teaching staff on 21 September 2020. The response was encouraging and attendees found the workshop very useful and helpful to their online teaching.
2 February 2020 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Webinar
Due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus, the seminar was held online using ZOOM. At the beginning of the seminar, the speaker, Mr. Benny Lam gave a brief introduction about the definition of artificial intelligence (AI) and outlined the major milestones of AI. After introducing the impacts of AI towards the employability in education industry, topics on the Big Data, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI and Blockchain were presented to the audiences. Then, applications of AI in learning processes and the technologies required for AI-based education were explored and discussed. Finally, a comparison of practical and AI teaching systems was provided to audience to conclude the seminar. Audiences raised several inspiring questions such as “How does the certificate of somebody be protected in Blockchain from participating universities?”, “Is it true that AI solution all based on statistics?”, " Is AI a move forward of data mining?", "What is the possibility of having AI to help marking assignments and exams?", "How AI handles uncertainty?" during the Q & A session. This webinar finally ended with much appreciation messages from audiences in the chat room.
In this seminar, Dr. Paul Corrigan, Senior Educational Development Officer in EDGE, CityU, introduced Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs), Teaching and Learning Activities (TLAs), and Assessment Tasks (ATs). During the seminar, there were some activities in which participants were able to define, describe, create, and apply ILOs, TLAs, and ATs within the Outcome-Based Teaching and Learning approach. After the seminar, participants shared with their views and experiences with the speaker. Participants found the seminar very useful and interesting in enhancing their teaching by applying OBTL approach more effectively. A group photo was taken afterwards.