Academic and teaching staff from vocational and professional education and training (VPET) institutions, VPET stakeholders, primary and secondary school leaders and teachers, and general public.Capacity: 150 for each sessionFree admission
Prof. Christina Hong, President of THEi, gives an opening speech to kick off the VPET Conference Series.
Dr Ricky Ng, Head of Centre for Learning and Teaching, VTC, delivers an opening seminar to discuss the new dimension of learning.
Mr Howard Waldner introduces the medical technology and its implications for workplace learning in Calgary, Canada.
Dr Dave Towey inspires the audience with his own teaching experience on adopting flipped learning in a STEM classroom in China.
Dr James Walker proposes a framework of staff professional development at the university based on a research project.
Dr Aidan Kenny provides a macro view on VPET development in Europearn and Irish context.
Our honorable speakers reponse to the questions posted on Padlet, an interactive mobile application, during the panel discussion session in the colloquium.
Ms Rechell Lam, Senior Education Development Officer of Centre for Learning and Teaching, VTC, presents the concept of open educational resources and showcases the teaching and learning packages funded by QESS.
Ms Patsy Leung, Education Development Officer of Centre for Learning and Teaching, VTC, shares her experience on developing open educational resources under a QESS funded Project.
Mr Sunny Mak, Education Development Officer of Centre for Learning and Teaching, VTC, presents the latest development of MOOC in VPET context.
Ms Ciny Lau, Education Development Officer of Centre for Learning and Teaching, VTC, illustrates the application of AR/VR for teaching safety in engineering disciplines.
Audience attend the VPET Conference Series at the VPET Theatre and listen to the recent trend of vocational and professional education and training in Hong Kong and other countries.
Innovative Pedagogical Strategies in VPET Series is funded by the Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) on the project of “Development of Effective Pedagogical Practices and a Cross-institutional Online Sharing Platform for Hong Kong's Vocational Education and Training (VET)”. It offers seminars and workshops on a regular basis to keep VPET academic and teaching staff, workplace mentors and VPET stakeholders abreast of the most updated flexible learning, innovative pedagogical practices, competency-based and task-oriented instructional strategies. It also serves the purpose of enhancing peer learning between institutions’ academic and teaching staff and workplace mentors to maximise support to students during their workplace learning and industrial attachment.