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Prof. Paul LAM (Centre for Learning Enhancement and Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) ...

Prof. Paul LAM (Centre for Learning Enhancement and Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

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    New characteristics of learning spaces - BYOD New characteristics of learning spaces - BYOD Presentation Transcript

    • Paul LamCLEAR, CUHK
    •  Characteristics of the new learningenvironment slowly taking shapeActive learningPeer learningCase studyGroup work
    •  How the University is coping with the trend,in both out-of-classroom and inside-classroom situations?
    •  uReply is a classroom communication systemfor use with mobile devices. http://www.mcuhk.com/webv2/uReply.phpuReply benefits students’ learning if it can be used in a waythat facilitates interactions and dialogues in a class.
    • • Teachers’ voice about BYOD/ uReply in classroom• “After using the short question function of uReply, Idiscovered that it is really useful for sharing of ideasbetween students, and most of them love this featurea lot!” – Dr. Lee Rebecca K. Y. (Biomedical Sciences)• “When class size is large, getting every student toparticipate has always been challenging; uReply is ahandy tool for getting every student to participate.” -Dr. CHOI Chiu-Wo (Computer Science and Engineering)• “uReply is a handy tool to check studentsunderstanding and kick off class discussion .” - Prof.WONG Edmund K. L. (School of Accountancy)
    •  How many of the students (or a roughpercentage) had their own device and useduReply?◦ Range from 40% - 95% How did you solve the problem that somestudents did not have the device to do theuReply tasks?◦ “Not a problem”, “Very Rare”, “Never”, “No”, “I haven’theard of such complaints”
    • • Number of sessions in the last two semesters• Increased 19.4%351419050100150200250300350400450First term… Second term…No. of session in the last two termsNo. of session19.4%
    •  it enhances interactions and it complies withnew pedagogical beliefs◦ e.g. needs analysis/ what’s learnt/evaluation ofteaching/comments and questions/ exampreparation/group discussion/ promotion of furtherdiscussion In-class competition