Date: 2 November 2021 (Tuesday)
Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm
Venue: Online via Zoom
Guest speaker: Dr. Peter Ng is currently a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Computing (COMP) at PolyU and he is in charge of Game Lab and deputy programmer leader of FT Broad Discipline of Computing (EIS Steam) in COMP. His interested areas are artificial intelligence, game and mixed reality development. He has received his BSc, MSc and PhD at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2004, 2007 and 2013. He has received the best student paper in the conference of Japan and Korea in 2011, Futuristic Award in Global Game Jam 2015, one of the best ACG+Capital teams by Hong Kong Home Affairs Department in 2017, Merit Awards of Teaching in Faculty Awards for Outstanding Performance/Achievement by PolyU in 2017, Merit Awards of Service in Faculty Awards for Outstanding Performance/Achievement by PolyU in 2019.
Facilitator: Dr. Laura Zhou (EDC)
Can you really “meet” and see your students online while conducting online or hybrid classes? Are your students willing to turn on their cameras and show their faces? Do they say “hi” to each other and interact actively like what they would do in a physical classroom?
You may think it would be impossible to answer “yes” to all of the above questions. But really?
Come and join this teacher sharing session to learn how Dr. Peter Ng makes use of a learning community app “Gather Town” to make all of these possible!