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Coping with Constant Change: How eResources Help Us Teach Better Today & Tomorrow

In light of the capricious pandemic situation, teachers around the world had to switch back and forth between online teaching and face-to-face classroom teaching. In the 21st century, it feels like good teachers have to be ready for anything, anytime. The purpose of...

Tips on Integrating eLearning in Schools in Hong Kong

Reading time: 15 minutes You and your students are fans of using IT in learning English, but how to sustain the development of IT teaching school-wide? In this sharing video, Fiona Yung, a Master Teacher at HKUGA Primary School in Hong Kong, gives a step-by-step...

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Try out the Little Leaf website for your English teaching and learning!

The "Learning English with Little Leaf" (LELL) project of the English Language Education Department of EdUHK is adaptable to all of the dynamic possibilities of learning English in today’s constantly changing contexts. The mission of the LELL Project is to develop...

Introducing Creative Augmented Reality E-books (CARE BOOKS)

According to English Language Curriculum and Assessment Guide (2021), our objectives for primary English education are to “provide students with learning experiences to increase their language proficiency for study, work, leisure and personal enrichment; develop their...

Coping with Constant Change: How eResources Help Us Teach Better Today & Tomorrow

In light of the capricious pandemic situation, teachers around the world had to switch back and forth between online teaching and face-to-face classroom teaching. In the 21st century, it feels like good teachers have to be ready for anything, anytime. The purpose of...

CARE BOOKS: Enhancing Interactive Reading with Innovative e-Books

Both traditional print books and online e-books have advantages and disadvantages for primary students' English learning. By combining the advantages of print books and online e-books, the CARE book concept supports young English learners with a new and rich reader...

Storytelling Online with Young English Learners

In this presentation, Ms Jessica Lee, a fellow EdUHK Dept of ELE lecturer, shares the experience of a Service Learning Course she taught via an Online Storytelling Program. Through the program, local primary students were expected to engage in online storytelling...

Integrating Informal Digital Learning of English (IDLE) into the Classroom

IDLE is Informal Digital Learning of English and is introduced in this talk by our EdUHK Dept of ELE colleague, Dr Ju Lee. In his sharing about his IDLE project, Dr Lee shares his experience of promoting self-guided learning of English via e-learning outside of the...

Learning Together: IT-enhanced Collaboration and Creative Reading Activities

In this experience-sharing presentation, Mr Timothy Lim and Mr Ashok Daswani, secondary English teachers from St Stephen’s College, introduce useful Microsoft apps as learning management systems, including SharePoint, OneNote and Teams. In addition, they explain how...

Ways of Motivating & Engaging Low Achievers in Junior Secondary in Online Lessons

In their joint presentation, Ms Suzanne Suen and Mr Frank Ip, English teachers from Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Kwok Yat Wai College will discuss their adoption of effective e-resources practices for low achieving students. They touch on topics such as: choice and use...

Learning Discussion and Writing Skills through Flipped Learning

Ms Winnie Choi and Mr Angus Chan, both English teachers from Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Mrs. Fung Wong Fung Ting College, joined our roundtable event this year to give us a context-specific presentation on how they adopted the flipped learning approach in an average...

Hybrid Learning for Four Language skills Practice in Senior Secondary School

Our presenter Ms Crystal Ng has returned after a popular presentation at our 3rd Roundtable event last year. This year, Ms Ng extended her sharing on using e-resources to improve high school students’ writing skills to discuss teaching all four language skills. In...

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