Understanding and facilitating pre-service teachers’ digital assessment literacy

Project: Research project

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Description

With generous sponsorship from the Renshan Fortune Charity Association, the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) and Quanzhou Normal University (QNU) are collaborating on an innovative teaching and cultural research project. This project, grounded in the principles of equality, friendship, and mutual development, encompasses two main components: digital transformation and assessment, and the study of Minnan culture and language. The digital transformation and assessment component aims to amplify the digital assessment literacy of pre-service teachers at QNU. A comprehensive training program will be developed to achieve this goal. Furthermore, staff from EdUHK will collaborate with teachers from QNU to author a book centered on the theory and practice of digital assessment literacy for educators. This resource is designed to offer an in-depth understanding of digital assessment, benefiting pre-service teachers, university lecturers, academic leaders, researchers, and government officials. The second component focuses on promoting Minnan culture and language. The project aims to foster cultural, academic, and youth exchanges between Quanzhou and Hong Kong. It hopes to broaden the understanding of Minnan culture among overseas Chinese communities. Initiatives will include student exchange programs, a "Minnan-Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Seminar", and the creation of a book titled "Millennial Maritime Silk Road: Cultural Heritage of Hong Kong and Quanzhou". Through this multifaceted project, we aim to enhance digital assessment literacy among teachers, preserve and promote Minnan culture, and increase awareness and understanding of Minnan culture and language. Ultimately, our goal is to encourage cultural exchange between Quanzhou and Hong Kong.

Funding Source: HK Private Fund - Charities/Foundations^^
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/09/2331/03/28

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