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Online and Blended Teaching and Learning: Lessons Learned – Looking Ahead

On 8th July 2022, our 5th Annual e-Resources Roundtable/Poster Conference brought together 18 primary, secondary and university teachers to share the lessons learned from online and blended teaching over the last two years. These lessons included innovative uses 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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Learning English with Little Leaf: Exploring an Online Interactive Platform for Primary English

The Learning English with Little Leaf (LELL) platform is an adaptive platform that enables students to learn English online, in classroom settings and even independently. The content is designed to be relevant, fun and flexible to meet primary learners changing needs....

A New Generation of e-Resources Integration: A Schoolwide Approach

In this presentation, Ms Fiona Yung would share how she adopted a school-wide approach to effective IT integration and enhancement during the pandemic. In the pre-pandemic period, Ms Yung was part of a school-wide committee to encourage more online teaching and...

More Than Just a Score: Feedback Practices Online and Offline

Giving feedback on students’ work is definitely worthwhile, provided that students could act upon teachers’ suggestions and improve. In an online or mixed-mode teaching environment, however, a big question mark lingers: have our students really taken a good look at...

Flipgrid for Rapport Building, reflection and peer Assessment

Flipgrid (now Flip) is a video-based discussion community that helps teachers engage every student in the classroom online with videos. To get started, teachers can create a topic as an assignment and model the assignment by recording a video. Students who are given...

Microlearning Activities to Enhance Online and Blended Teaching and Learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced English language teachers worldwide to create synchronous and asynchronous student-centred learning environments. The recent change in the educational landscape and advances in technology have prompted the use of bite-sized chunks of...

Motivating Students in the Language Classroom Through e-Learning

It is believed that students learn best when they are motivated. This is especially true for English language learning in e-classrooms at the university. Therefore, elevating students’ learning motivation has been one of the most prioritized goals for language...

Using Perusall for Social Annotation in the Literature

Social annotation has been proven to improve students’ critical thinking and reading comprehension abilities. Moreover, social annotation can increase students’ interest in reading and positive feelings towards texts. In this session, Dr Bidisha Banerjee would...

Virtual Exchange: Facilitating Development of Global Communication and Language Enhancement Skills

Virtual exchange allows students to interact with other students from around the world without leaving Hong Kong. During the pandemic, our knowledge of the benefits of virtual exchange programs expanded greatly. The biggest advantage of virtual exchange is its...

“Writing Your Life”: Improving Storytelling and Classroom Community, F2F and/or Online

Creating a sense of community in the classroom is correlated to more active student participation, engagement, retention of learning (Stubb, J., Pyhalto, K., & Lonka K., 2011). Classroom community also creates affective advantages among students, such as...

Tracing the Development of EFL Teachers’ Intentions to Use Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

Digital storytelling (DTS) has been shown to have several affective (e.g., L2 enjoyment), cognitive (e.g., reading comprehension), and linguistic benefits (e.g., vocabulary knowledge) for L2 learners. However, to design locally appropriate and pedagogically effective...

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