CHTL’s Successes

Below please find the list of UGC funded Projects which are coordinated by our centre:

UGC Funded Projects

2016-19 Triennium

Developing Multidisciplinary and Multicultural Competences through Gamification and Challenge-based Collaborative Learning

Effective Implementation of the Flipped Classroom Approach in Hong Kong Higher Education for Enhanced Learning Outcomes

Internationalising Teaching and Learning in Hong Kong Higher Education through Building Professional Capacity

Driving Cultural and Educational Shift: Providing Support, Activities and Professional Development in the Pedagogy, Assessment and Evidence of Student Learning in Holistic Competencies

Fostering the Integration of Local and Non-local Students via the Enhancement of Internationalisation and Engagement with Mainland China

Enhancing Learning Outcomes for Students through a Data-driven Review of the 4-year Curriculum in UGC Funded Programs

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2012-15 Triennium

Reinforcing the Importance of Academic Integrity and Ethics in Students through Blended Learning – A Deployment of Augmented Reality Applications

Awards:

  • Reimagine Education Awards 2015 – Silver Winner of the Regional Award – Asia
  • Reimagine Education Awards 2016 – Shortlisted for Ethical Leadership Award
  • Showcased in Drexel university Online
  • ACPIL-ECEL 2016 – Certificate of Merit
  • IAmLearning: Mobilizing and Supporting Educator Practice – Best Chapter Award – eBook (2017)

The Blended and Online Learning Project: Collaborative Professional Development for Capacity Building in Blended and Online Learning and Teaching in HK

Awards:

  • Reimagine Education Awards 2018 – Shortlisted for Hybrid Learning

Developing, Assessing and Providing Direct Evidence of Student Learning in Generic Skills in the Context of Engineering Higher Education in Hong Kong

Developing and Evaluating a Learning Analytics Platform to Support University Teachers for Pedagogical Decision-making in Fostering Reflective Engagement of Students

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Projects Supported by Donations

Developing Discipline x Healthy Lifestyle: Design & Delivery of Learning Activities for Secondary School Students 

Hong Kong Creative Drama Festival  

Jockey Club “Flipped Learning” Pilot Project

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