Online Course on E-learning to Teachers
In view of the current COVID-19 outbreak situation and the increasing demand for e-learning, the E-learning Team has collaborated with the College of Life Sciences and Technology and the Maisy Ho Centre for Teaching and Learning to provide intensive and extensive training workshops and seminars to enrich the teaching pedagogy of part-time and full-time teachers.
An online course on e-learning was launched on 28 August 2020. Both full-time and part-time teachers are eligible to access this course through SOUL 2.0.
The course covers four main areas illustrated in the following chart:
|A. Pedagogical and assessment concepts of online teaching (1 hour)
[including active, collaborative, authentic learning, and formative and summative assessment]
|B. Technical skills on online teaching|
|Basic level (3+1 hours)||Advanced level (2+2 hours)|
|SOUL 2.0 (1 hour each)
Videoconferencing software (choose at least one) (1 hour each) [including how to set up polling and breakout rooms]
|Advanced E-assessment Functions of SOUL 2.0 (1 hour each)
Videos for teaching (2 hours)
1. How to create and edit videos for teaching
|C. Using supplementary teaching apps (optional)
|D. Best practice reference materials on E-pedagogies and E-assessments (optional)|
|E. Exercise (optional)|