The project incorporates e-Leadership training into curriculum and extra-curriculum design in higher education context through the collaboration of two academic units (MIT & HPE) and a research centre (ARC). Around 90 undergraduate students will participate in the study. About 60 of them from the courses INT2023 and PES3167/01E&02E will participate in Intervention A, which is in-class teaching and learning of e-Leadership skills through the knowledge transmission of and reflection on current e-Learning practices. Another 30 of them recruited from different disciplines will participate in Intervention B. They will be mixed into groups of 6 to 8; each group follows a mentor (i.e. project PI and Co-Is) in conducting a cross-departmental group project on e-Learning plan. Interventions A and B are conducted simultaneously. Baseline test and post-tests will be conducted before and after the interventions. Both quantitative and qualitative data are collected. Assessment focuses on students’ knowledge and attitude change after the interventions (through technology knowledge test and questionnaires) and their satisfaction rate towards the project design and outcomes (through focus group interviews). Rasch measurement will be applied to data analysis and results will be reported to the Institute as well as the wider education community.
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
MOK, M. M. C. (2017). Teaching development grants final and financial report: E-Leadership building in an era of e-Learning through cross-departmental collaboration. Hong Kong: The Education University of Hong Kong.
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG) Report
- TDG project code: T0133
- Period: TDG 2013-2014
- Teaching Development Grant (TDG)