'Getting the Most Out of Your University' handbook
Students are found to be more motivated to learn given they
understand their goals of learning. The first part of the handbook clarifies
to you what you are expected to learn in your programme. The second
part gives you clues to your role in achieving the learning goals in
each particular learning activity.
Good learning is our ultimate goal of helping you to learn. There are
two parts in the handbook. Part I introduces to you important concepts
of good learning and Part II shows you examples of good answers. Since
all the concepts in Part I are interrelated, you are expected to through
go them chapter by chapter.
This handbook aims at helping you work effectively in a group
project. The materials in the handbook are self-instructional. They
are composed of self-reflective checklists, ready-to-use instruments,
suggested tips and strategies on handling group projects. You can make
use of the materials to plan and organize your project work.
Your Way through a Group Project' video
This video is an introduction to the 'Working Your Way through
a Group Project' handbook. In the video, you can find an example of
an effective project team and an ineffective one. This illustrates the
proper way of working on a project and interacting with team workers.
When you are watching the video, prepare the print version of the handbook
Click the links to download the video (English / Chinese)