Emerging Practices in Scholarship of Learning and Teaching in a Digital Era
Kong, Siu Cheung (EDT)
Wong, Tak Lam (EDT)
Yang, Min (EDT)
402 p. 24 cm
In this book, we put forward a holistic conceptual framework for implementing Scholarship of Learning and Teaching (SoLT) in higher education.
Table of Contents
1 Towards a Framework of Studying Scholarship of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in a Digital Technology Era.- Part I Staff Professional Development.- 2 Community of Practice: Building a Mobile Learning Community in a Higher Education Institution to Promote Effective Teaching and Learning.- 3 Learning to Engage the Digital Generation in Teacher Education.- 4 Technology Integration for Student-Centered Learning: A Model for Teacher Professional Development Programs.- 5 Development of an Effective Staff Professional Development for the Enhancement of Student Learning.- 6 Leveraging Knowledge through Communities of Practice.- 7 Affordances and Constraints of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for Learning in Higher Education: Teachers' Perspectives.- Part II Enhancement of Student Learning Experience.- 8 Plastic Waste Problem and Education for Plastic Waste Management.- 9 An Interactive Conceptual Approach to Support the Teaching and Learning of Green Technology.- 10 The Unconventional Learning Experience of Students: Becoming a Courier of Marine Stewardship.- 11 Developing Undergraduates' Self-management and Self-awareness Abilities through Service-learning.- 12 Teaching and Learning of Literacy Criticism and Creative Writing.- 13 Autonomous Vocabulary Learning beyond the Classroom: New Media for Learners of Chinese as a Second Language.- 14 Learning the use of "Irony" from the Perspective of Theory of Literature: A Case Study using Wang Meng's The Stubborn Porridge.- 15 An Approach to Facilitate Coherent Concept Image Formation via Guided Reinvention.- Part III Assessment.- 16 Constructing Formative Assessment Strategies.- 17 Formative Feedback as a Global Facilitator: Impact on Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation and Positive Affect.- 18 Using ICT to Facilitate Instant and Asynchronous Feedback for Students' Learning Engagement and Improvements.- 19 Using Feedback Strategies to Support First-year Students' Independent Learning and Critical Judgement.- 20 Embedding Feedback in Learning and Assessment Tasks to Support Students' Professional Learning.- 21 Implementing the Assessment of the Generic Attributes of Students through Self-assessment Survey and ePortfolios at a Higher Education Institution.- Part IV Conclusion.- 22 Scholarship of Learning and Teaching in a Digital Era: The Way Foreword.