Establishing a community of practice through AClass

Bick Har LAM

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Active Classroom (AClass): is an electronic platform for studying pedagogical practices to promote active learning. Offering a range of topics on curriculum, teaching and assessment, AClass presents periodical study tasks in a well-defined module structure, in a constructivist design that is contextualized and task-embedded, and central to site-based experience. The specific feature that makes AClass become a community of practice on innovative pedagogies is that all the materials over AClass are collaborative evidence-based study outputs of teachers, student-teachers, and academics. Since 2006, AClass has been widely used as a key resource in UGC funded programmes, government commissioned teacher development programmes and school professional development day. AClass has the potential of becoming a key platform for promoting teaching at various levels in the local community. Copyright © 2010 The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2012


Lam, B.-h. (2012, May). Establishing a community of practice through AClass. Sharing sessions conducted at the knowledge transfer (KT) sharing sessions, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China.


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