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Student-Centred Teaching & Learning

Date: Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Time: 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM
Venue: E3-1032 (Interactive Learning Space 1)
Speaker: Professor Xinjie YU (Tsinghua University)

*Refreshments will be provided for registered participants.

**Participation in this workshop will be documented as equivalent of 1 hour of Professional Development for Teaching and Learning (applicable to UM Academic Staff only).**

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Abstract:

The talk will start from current teaching situation of most classrooms in universities. Two trends, i.e. mobile internet and widespread of high quality learning materials, will prompt responsible instructors to shift from teacher-centered educational notion, which has the property of trying to provide clearer expositive teaching, to student-centered one, which is characterized by intensify perception of students’ understanding. The tools to help the shift will then be discussed. The attractive Massive Open Online Course Principles of Electric Circuits has more than 200k students from 160 countries and regions; and the toolkit Rain Classroom own more than 5M users now. With these tools and appropriate instructional design, flipped classroom with large number of students can be realized with reasonable time costs of instructors and students. The key factors and feedback will be elaborated.

 

Bio:

Professor Xinjie Yu joined the Department of Electrical Engineering at Tsinghua University since 2001. He holds Bachelor and Ph.D. degrees of Electrical Engineering in 1996 and 2001 respectively from Tsinghua University. His research interests include pulse power supplies, intelligent optimization, wireless energy transfer. He has been the PI of more than 10 academic projects, the author of 3 books on evolutionary algorithms, electric circuits, and pedagogy and more than 30 peer-reviewed international journal papers, and serves as the Editorial Board Member of 3 international journals.