Research Output per year
This project aims to explore and examine innovative blended learning pedagogies that effectively integrate case-based learning to enhance student engagement and learning and build a professional capacity of blended learning in higher education settings. It introduces the integration of case-based learning into a blended learning environment (case-based blended learning, CBBL) as a form of pedagogical innovation. The project facilitates participating faculty members to adopt blended learning with consideration of particular pedagogies that give primacy to student engagement and learning. Research on blended learning focuses mostly on student learning, having limited understanding of pedagogical practices for professional development. The project contributes to this aspect of scholarship by bringing together faculty members to try out CBBL pedagogies. The collegial process of investigation enables the cultivation of a community of practice that is more open to the pedagogical possibilities brought forth by blended learning to strengthen the professional component of pre-service teacher education.
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
CitationLee, T. H. T., & Yuen, W. K. G. (2018). Teaching development grants final and financial report: Case-based blended learning pedagogies for pre-service teachers: Building a community of practice in higher education settings. Hong Kong: The Education University of Hong Kong.
- Blended learning
- Case-based learning
- Pre-service teachers
- Professional development
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG) Report
- TDG project code: T0180
- Period: TDG 2016-2017
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG)
Case-based blended learning (CBBL) pedagogies for pre-service teachers: Building a community of practice in higher education settingsYUEN, W. K. G. & LEE, T. H. T., 25 Oct 2018
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