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Learning by "Seeing"
Describing scenery and situations is a common topic in Chinese writing at schools. However, how can students describe places more concretely without having visited them before? This is where technology plays an important role, and Dr Gary Wong’s project is a brilliant example to illustrate how technology can facilitate students’ learning.
Digital Citizenship Study Uncovers Competency Concerns in Hong Kong
In 2016, a multi-disciplinary team led by Professor Nancy Law, Deputy Director, Centre for Information Technology in Education, embarked on a five-year longitudinal study entitled “Hong Kong Students’ Digital Citizenship Development”, with the aim of assessing digital competencies in school children.
Honorary Membership of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement Marks Leung’s Achievements in Comparative Education
Professor Frederick Leung has been elected as an Honorary Member of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement. The honorary membership serves as a recognition of Professor Leung’s outstanding contributions to the Association and to comparative education.
Archaeological Fieldwork in Armenia Exciting Opportunity for UGs
An archaeological research programme directed by Dr Peter J. Cobb enabled students to study the past of Armenia and the Ancient Near East and to excavate an ancient fortress and other settlements, marking one of the first times a university from East Asia has taken on a significant role in a major archaeological expedition to the Ancient Near East.