Research Output per year
This proposed project aims to support academic and teaching staff at the HKIEd to develop digital teaching portfolios to build a professional learning community, which will provide them with opportunities to carry out ongoing inquiries into their own and their peers' teaching and learning practices. The project team will draw upon the elements of professional learning community to generate the essential categories for a digital teaching portfolio, and then construct a set of mechanisms (professional development, guidelines and resources) to support academic and teaching staff in the development of their own digital teaching portfolios. The project will be carried out in four phases. In Phase 1, a set of mechanisms to support academic and teaching staff in the development of their own digital teaching portfolios will be constructed. In Phase 2, the digital teaching portfolios will be piloted with selected academic and teaching staff. In Phase 3, a moderate to large scale implementation of the digital teaching portfolio will be carried out to build a professional learning community of academic and teaching staff at HKIEd. In Phase 4, we will evaluate the impact of the digital teaching portfolio in supporting a professional learning community to enhance student learning outcomes.
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
CitationLim, C. P., & Lee, J. C. K. (2011). Teaching development grants final and financial report: Development of digital teaching portfolios to build a professional learning community at the HKIEd. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG) Report
- TDG project code: T0095
- Period: TDG 2010-2011
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG)
Digital teaching portfolio in higher education: Examining colleagues' perceptions to inform implementation strategiesFONG, W. T. R., LEE, C. K. J., CHANG, C., ZHANG, Z., NGAI, C. Y. A. & LIM, C. P., 2014, In : The Internet and Higher Education. 20, p. 60-68
Research output: Contribution to journal › Articles
Exploring the potentials of digital teaching portfolios at the departmental level: A case study of SESLEE, Y. C., Feb 2014.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Papers