Organised by Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre
Details of the Event:
Time : 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Venue : Learning Lab (RRS 321, 3/F, Run Run Shaw Building, Main Campus, HKU)
- Dr. Hui Chen, Clinical Assistant Professor, Faculty of Dentistry
- Dr. Tim Gruenewald, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts
- Dr. Carrie K.W. Li, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences
- Dr. Rachel Ka Wai Lui, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Science
- Mr. Mathew Pryor, Associate Professor of Teaching, Faculty of Architecture
- Ms. Nicole J. Tavares, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education
Facilitator : Dr. Jannie Roed, Senior Lecturer, TALIC, HKU
About the Speakers
Dr. Li studies intimate partner violence across cultural contexts and recently expands her research to Chinese society. Her approach to research is to use quantitative, qualitative, and experimental methods, as well as multiple theoretical frameworks to answer important questions about factors, patterns, etiology, intervention, and policy related to intimate partner violence and interpersonal violence. Dr. Li also takes a feminist and intersectionality approach to create knowledge for women, vulnerable, and marginalized populations.
Dr. Li’s recent work has appeared in top journals, including Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Violence Against Women, and Family Process. Dr. Li is the winner of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences graduate student paper award. Her work has been recognized by three Research Scholars Award from the College of Social Science and a Disciplinary Leadership Award from the Council of Graduate Students at Michigan State University. Dr. Li is also a recipient of two International Peace Scholarship and a Criminal Justice Community Psychology Scholarship.
Rachel has won multiple awards in her teaching career. She, together with her colleagues, received the Faculty Knowledge Exchange Award in 2014, the Faculty Award for Teaching Innovations in E-learning in 2016, and the Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence in 2021. In addition, she received the University Outstanding Teaching Award in 2022. In 2019, she achieved the status of Senior Fellow of Advance HE (SFHEA).
In addition to the HKU University Distinguished Teacher Award (2021), he has received awards for teaching excellence and innovation from the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (USA), the University Grants Council HK, and Hong Kong University.
His pedagogical research examines the student experience in design studio and enhancing teaching performance through peer observation. He is co-author of Curios, an award-winning virtual learning management system that facilitates online teaching and makes students online learning social, visible, and sharable.
Nicole has published in the areas of online teaching and learning, 21st century skills, using educational technologies in promoting teacher development, good ELT and CLIL practices, and Interactive Assessment.
Nicole has received multiple teaching awards, notably the HKU Teaching Innovation Award (2020), her Faculty’s Emergency Remote Teaching Award (2020), and HKU Outstanding Teaching Award (2015). She is keen on experimenting with innovative pedagogies and acknowledged for her creative design of collaborative activities that maximise student voice. She enjoys professional dialogues with educators on how research informs practice and has initiated several professional development activities within her Faculty and beyond.
For information, please contact:
Ms. Canice Mok, TALIC
Phone: 3917 6069; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org