Teaching development grants final and financial report: Promoting art appreciation among B.Ed. in-service student teachers, their school children and the public with the use of an online whiteboard: Padlet

Research output: Other contributionTeaching Development Grants (TDG)

Abstract

The project aims to enhance and widen the scope of art appreciation among in-service student teachers in the course of Art Appreciation and Assessment of Children:, Artistic Development (AAACAD) in the B.Ed.(ECE) Part-time programme, as well as their school children and the public with the aid of a free online white board, Padlet. Padlet enables a new form of assessment in the B.Ed. course and an innovative measure of portfolio in early childhood settings. The project will lead to three advantages: First, the student teachers of AAACAD can present and share their own in-depth written analysis on an exhibit selected from a designated museum gallery on a common online platform with the aid of pictures and a video clip. Second, the Padlet can be publicly shared with the participants' consent. It will facilitate wider scope of review on the gallery exhibits among the students and the public. Third, in-service student teachers will try to use Padlet to publicize their children's work and verbal sharing among the children and parents of the same class in 5-10 kindergartens.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Citation

Cheung, L. H. (2019). Teaching development grants final and financial report: Promoting art appreciation among B.Ed. in-service student teachers, their school children and the public with the use of an online whiteboard: Padlet. Hong Kong: The Education University of Hong Kong.

Keywords

  • Teaching Development Grant (TDG) Report
  • TDG project code: T0209
  • Period: TDG 2017-2018
  • Teaching Development Grant (TDG)
  • Art appreciation
  • Padlet
  • Assessment
  • Early childhood
  • Museum

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