GOOD PRACTICES

Case Example - Dr. Chun Kit Chui

Case example 1

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: April 11, 2018
Subject area: Engineering
Sneak peek: In order to provide engineering students with hands-on experience leading to real-world impact, the teacher leads an experiential learning project which allows students within the Faculty of Engineering to come together and work on the wastewater treatment in Myanmar.

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CoP – ITL. (2018, April). Case example of Dr. Chun Kit Chui. Retrieved from https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/DrChunKitChui.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr Emilie Tran

Case example 2

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: April 11, 2018
Subject area: European Studies
Sneak peek: European Studies is, by nature, an internationalised programme, with a compulsory one-year academic exchange in Europe. The course coordinator has made three endeavours to further internationalise the already well-established curriculum, by developing “Internationalisation at Home”.

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CoP – ITL. (2018, April). Case example of Dr. Emilie Tran. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/DrEmilieTran.pdf.

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Case Example - Prof May-yi Shaw

Case example 3

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: April 11, 2018
Subject area: Humanities
Sneak peek: Through tailor-made titles embedding global and cross-cultural dimensions and well-structured intercultural process, the courses attract both local and international students and provide them with sufficient mutual learning opportunities.

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CoP – ITL. (2018, April). Case example of Prof. May-yi Shaw. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/ProfMayyiShaw.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr. Roselyn Du

Case example 4

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Sept 3, 2018
Subject area: Journalism
Sneak peek: To create opportunities for international/ intercultural communication, local Hong Kong students were encouraged to form multicultural groups with peers coming from Mainland China, the United States, Australia, Southeast Asia and Central Europe for term projects …

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CoP – ITL. (2018, Sept). Case example of Dr. Roselyn Du. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/DrRoselynDu.pdf.

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Case Example - Prof. King-lau Chow

Case example 5

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Sept 3, 2018
Subject area: Science & Chemical and Biological Engineering
Sneak peek: The teacher is dedicated to facilitating students’ intercultural and interdisciplinary engagement by designing meaningful learning opportunities in his class. One example was role play, during which students were randomly assigned to groups and played the roles of different stakeholders …

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CoP – ITL. (2018, Sept). Case example of Prof. King-lau Chow. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/ProfKingLauChow.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr. Kristen Li

Case example 6

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Sept 3, 2018
Subject area: Computer Science
Sneak peek: A collaborative atmosphere was cultivated in the classroom of “IT Management: Principles and Practices” to allow students of diverse backgrounds — Hong Kong, Mainland China, other parts of Asia, Europe, and Africa — to learn from one another.

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CoP – ITL. (2018, Sept). Case example of Dr. Kristen Li. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/DrKristenLi.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr. Angela Yuen

Case example 7

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Sept 3, 2018
Subject area: The Science and Lore of Culinary Culture
Sneak peek: In this course, the teacher incorporates culinary practices drawn from both local and international contexts into the literacy of basic scientific theories and concepts. One of the assessment items is that students have to conduct an experiment and present the findings based on their own choice of food.

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CoP – ITL. (2018, Sept). Case example of Dr. Angela Yuen. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/DrAngelaYuen.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr. Loretta Kim

Case example 8

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Jan 15, 2019
Subject area: China Studies
Sneak peek: To help students undergo a positive mindset shift and develop intangible skills, whether they are intercultural communication or perspective taking, the teacher attempted to unpack the notion of what China Studies meant for her students.

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CoP – ITL. (2019, Jan). Case example of Dr. Loretta Kim. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/DrLorettaKim.pdf.

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Case Example - Ms. Melissa Megan

Case example 9

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Jan 15, 2019
Subject area: English Language
Sneak peek: It is argued that internationalising a big course has long been a formidable task. However, the teacher, who teaches and coordinates a compulsory English course for all first-year students, managed to internationalise her class by drawing on interesting and thought-provoking examples from all over the world and presenting multiple perspectives to students when exploring global issues.

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CoP – ITL. (2019, Jan). Case example of Ms. Melissa Megan. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/MsMelissaMegan.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr. Uchenna Ogbonnaya

Case example 10

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Jan 15, 2019
Subject area: Biology
Sneak peek: A role play was brought to the classroom of Introduction to Environmental Sciences housing fifty Year 2 local Hong Kong science majors to enhance students’ multiple perspectives.

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CoP – ITL. (2019, Jan). Case example of Dr. Uchenna Ogbonnaya. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/DrUchennaOgbonnaya.pdf.

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Case Example - Prof. Melody Chao

Case example 11

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Jan 15, 2019
Subject area: Management
Sneak peek: Instead of teaching internationalisation as a separate subject, Prof. Chao tactically incorporates elements of internationalisation into her courses MGMT 2110, MGMT 2130, and MGMT 6520L to provide a global worldview to the students.

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CoP – ITL. (2019, Jan). Case example of Prof. Melody Chao. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/ProfMelodyChao.pdf.

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Case Example - Dr Joanna Lee

Case example 12

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Jan 30, 2019
Subject area: English Language
Sneak peek: Drawing on a wide range of worldwide speeches on social thoughts and political movements, the teacher helps students acquire insights into rhetorical devices and language choices while also nurturing their global perspectives.

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CoP – ITL. (2019, Jan). Case example of Dr. Joanna Lee. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/DrJoannaLee.pdf.

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Case Example - Mr Patrick Leung

Case example 13

Author: CoP – ITL
Published date: Jan 30, 2019
Subject area: English Language
Sneak peek: To internationalise teaching and learning, Mr. Leung dedicates himself to creating an inclusive assessment environment for students.

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CoP – ITL. (2019, Jan). Case example of Mr. Patrick Leung. Retrieved from
https://www.cetl.hku.hk/cop-itl/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/MrPatrickLeung.pdf.

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