Hybrid Teaching and Learning: Pedagogies, Tools and Experiences from Frontline Teachers
Join colleagues from PolyU and CUHK as we take a collaborative look at Hybrid Teaching & Learning. In the workshop we will consider the basics of hybrid pedagogy and look at steps taken by both universities to enable their teaching and learning spaces to deliver hybrid education. We will look at how to achieve interactions in a hybrid classroom and hear from frontline teachers in both institutions as they share their experiences of teaching in hybrid mode.
Darren Harbutt is a Senior Education Officer in PolyU’s EDC and leads the eLearning Development and Support team. Darren has worked in education for over 25 years and specialises in blended learning and institutional support. He currently leads projects on eAssessment.
Dave Gatrell is an Educational Development Officer at Hong Kong PolyU. He specialises in instructional design, blended and online learning, and hybrid teaching, and is currently leading two institutional research projects on learning analytics and video-based formative assessment. He is also studying towards a PhD in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning.
Dr Pauli Lai is an instructor of the Department of Electronic and Information Engineering at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has been teaching in tertiary institution for more than 10 years and is keen on exploring new pedagogies, especially with learning technologies.
Professor Paul Lam is the Associate Professor in the Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research (CLEAR) and the Associate Director in the Centre for eLearning Innovation and Technology (ELITE) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He has extensive research interest in education, including, case-based teaching and learning, web-assisted teaching and learning, flipped classroom approach, eLearning, mLearning and blend learning.
Professor Darwin Lau is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Darwin does research in Robotics Kinematics, Dynamics and Control Systems Engineering of redundantly actuated complex mechanisms, such as anthropomorphic and cable-driven robots. Applications of the work include biomechatronics, and construction and architecture robotics.
This webinar is supported by UGC Special Grant for Strategic Development of Virtual Teaching and Learning – Inter-institutional Collaborative Activities Projects.