Teachers’ Noticing as an Action Research Method: A Flipped Classroom Approach for Enhancing Video-based Noticing in Teacher Education

Project Supervisor (2017-2018).

The aims of this project are to support the university’s eLearning strategy, by promoting an innovative instant commenting feature for students to practice active learning in and out-of-class. The topics covered in the micro-modules are meant to improve students’ noticing ability in their current and future professional practice as educators—an important learning outcome across the Faculty of Education (Collaborator: Dr. To Chan)

Funded by Micro-module Courseware Development Grant, Chinese University of Hong Kong ($39,454)

Innovation or Output:

Blackboard SCORM object for instant video-commenting function. (see project description and report video)

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