2020 - 2021
Promoting Peer Learning through Digital Exhibition for Cultural Management Programme
This project aims to bring about a digital approach to the learning and teaching in the B.A. Programme in Cultural Management.
Chung, F. M. Y. Principal Investigator. Teaching Development and Language Enhancement (TDLEG) (2019-22 Triennium), Special Funding Scheme to Enhance Student Engagement and Address Student Learning Needs, University Grant Council (UGC), Hong Kong SAR Government/CUHK (Reference no.: TDLEG-AFO-4170726).
This project is extended from the virtual exhibition project that the Principal Supervisor collaborated with the National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts which showcased students’ creativity in Chinese Traditional Theatre, and the project was selected as “Outstanding Teaching Practice Award” by the China Arts Management Education Society. At this challenging time when face-to-face teaching may need to be replaced with online teaching with the outspread of CoVid-19, interactive peer learning has the great potential to maintain a high level of student engagement in the online learning environment.
Peer learning is a powerful two-way cooperative and interactive process of critical enquiry and reflection. This project aims to create an intellectually stimulating and engaging online learning environment though working towards a Digital Exhibition with a peer learning approach. Students’ learning engagement included: (i) designing a marketing poster to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in Cultural Management, for advocating cultural programmes; (ii) creating a Digital Exhibition as a co-operative learning; and (iii) participating in the peer review via the online platform. With the course CUMT3002 Performing Arts Management as a reference, this project aims to bring about a digital approach to the learning and teaching in the B.A. Programme in Cultural Management.