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(CoP) Use of Learning Analytics to Give Evidence of the Positive Effects of Active Learning on Student Learning Outcomes

Presenter:    Dr Fridolin Ting, AMA210423_CoP
Facilitator:    Dr Henry Chan, COMP
Facilitator:    Ms Ada Tse, EDC
Facilitator:    Mr Dick Chan, EDC

Date:    23 Apr 2021
Time:    12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Venue:    Online-Zoom

Active teaching, broadly defined, is anything other than traditional lecturing, where there is only a teacher-centered "sage on the stage" and students are passive in their learning. Many people (correctly) assume that active learning has positives effects on student learning outcomes, but how do you give evidence to indicate the validity to this statement?  In this talk, we will give a couple of examples of how we used learning analytics to show how technology enhanced active learning pedagogies, implemented in lectures or tutorials, improve student learning outcomes.

(Dr Henry Chan, Facilitator of CoP on Learning Analytics will also share his experience in using MS Forms for learning analytics purposes.)

This activity is jointly organised by the CoP on Conducting Learning Analytics to Inform Teaching and Learning and EDC.

EDC Coordinator: Joanna Kwan


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