Teaching Grants

Current Funding Opportunities

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) initiated the Teaching Development Grants (TDG) scheme in the 1994–1995 academic year to enhance the quality of teaching and learning. The scheme was established with funding from internal sources and subsequently… 

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As one of the recommendations of the UGC’s report “Aspirations for the Higher Education System in Hong Kong” published in December 2010, the establishment of Communities of Practice (CoPs) is one of the means to encourage high quality teaching and to sustain institutional emphasis on teaching… 

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Providing more cross-cultural learning opportunities to our students and promoting internationalisation are the priorities in the Institutional Strategic Plan 2018-2028. In this light, our University has been promoting blended learning and developing partnership with overseas universities. Developing Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs) and other blended learning initiatives… 

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Showcase of Successes

In view of the overwhelming support to the Funding Scheme in the last triennium, the UGC launches another round of the Scheme in the 2016-19 triennium. The objective of the Funding Scheme is to…

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With a view to motivating institutions to accelerate the adoption of pedagogical changes and innovations in teaching, the University Grants Committee (UGC) has introduced a new funding scheme in 2014 with tripartite funding from the UGC, the Education Bureau and UGC-funded institutions. The funding scheme provides one-off funding to support worthwhile initiatives …. 

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Approved CoP projects (as of July 2015) Ongoing Projects Completed Project Learning Communities Journal (Special Issue) … 

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