University students’ needs in the classroom

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Abstract

Today, students have different expectations in pursuit of their studies. Whereas some students are keen on sharpening their professional knowledge, others enjoy the fun derived from the learning process; some like serious lectures while others prefer easy exchange of ideas. To cater for students’ diversified learning needs, teachers have to think carefully about curriculum design, lesson planning, class activities, and assessment strategies, etc. In this sharing session, Dr. MAN Ying Ling will share her experience with the audience on how she structures her lessons and supports her teaching through different pedagogies, learning activities and assessment strategies. As reflected in the student feedback, Dr. Man’s approach to teaching has proved to be effective in satisfying different students’ learning needs.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Citation

Man, Y. L. (2015, March). University students’ needs in the classroom. Seminar conducted at the “Faculty of Humanities (FHM) and Centre for Language in Education (CLE) – Sharing Session: Student, Teacher and Classroom 學生、老師及課堂”, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China.

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