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Program Schedule

Measuring the Un-Measurable: A Symposium/Workshop on Assessment and Documentation of Student Development and Learning

June 16-18, 2016 University of Macau

Thursday, 16 June 2016

TimeEventLocation (map)
3:00pm‐ 4:30pmRegistrationE4 Lobby
4:30pm‐ 5:30pmCampus Tour
E1 University Gallery > E2 Wu Yee Sun Library > Residential College
E4 Lobby
6:30pm‐ 7:15pmPre-Banquet ReceptionW14 HFPJC
7:15pm- 9:00pmBanquet
Creative Experiential Learning in University of Macau Henry Fok Pearl Jubilee College
Dr. Natalie Wong, University of Macau, Macau
Dr. Vivian Jiang, University of Macau, Macau
W14 HFPJC

Friday, 17 June, 2016

TimeEventLocation
8:00am‐ 9:00amRegistration & BreakfastE4 Lobby
9:00am‐ 10:15amPlenary I
Documenting Students’ Outcomes in Living-Learning Programs
Prof. Cindy Stevens, University of Maryland, USA
E4-G062
Break
10:30am‐ 12:30pmConcurrent Workshop I
An Impossible Possibility: Developing Learning Metrics Qualitatively?
Dr. Jinting Wu, University of Macau, Macau
E3-1032
10:30am‐ 12:30pmConcurrent Presentations I
Measuring General Education Learning in CUHK: What Has Been Done vs What Should Be Done
Prof. Mei Yee Leung, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Quality, Quantity, and (Im)Measurability: the Common Core@HKUQuality, Quantity, and (Im)Measurability: the Common Core@HKU
Prof. Gray Kochhar-Lindgren, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Challenges of Faculty Development at Universities in SE AsiaChallenges of Faculty Development at Universities in SE Asia
Prof. Gail Dickinson
Institutional Assessment for Whole Person EducationInstitutional Assessment for Whole Person Education
Dr. Glenn Shive, United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, Hong Kong
E3‐G034
11:30am‐ 12:30pmConcurrent Presentations I
Case Studies from the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT), Macau
Henrique Ngan, Institute For Tourism Studies, Macau
Stephen Sayers, Institute For Tourism Studies, Macau
Laurie Malungu, Institute For Tourism Studies, Macau
Mary Eddy U, Institute For Tourism Studies, Macau
Hilda Fok, Institute For Tourism Studies, Macau
E3‐3033
1:00pm‐ 2:00pmLunchE31‐1001
2:00pm‐ 3:15pmPlenary II
Are Teachers Still Necessary? Intangibles, Unmeasurables, and Other Complex Things.
Prof. Teresa Balser, Curtin University, Australia
E4-G062
Break
3:30pm‐ 5:30pmConcurrent Workshop II
Measure the Unmeasurable: Methods to Achieve the Goal
Dr. Tony Chan, University of Macau, Macau
Mr. Elvo Sou, University of Macau, Macau
Ms. Mia Wong, University of Macau, Macau
E3-1032
3:30pm‐ 4:30pmConcurrent Presentations II
Participatory learning outcome evaluation: issues and approaches
Prof. Yihong Fan (Moderator), Xiamen University, China
Prof. Yongchun Guo, Southwest Jiaotong University, China
Prof. Ping Xiao, Southwest Jiaotong University, China
Prof. Hongling Guo, Southwest Jiaotong University, China
E3‐3033
4:30pm‐ 5:30pmConcurrent Presentations II
Beyond MCQ: Assessing Academic Reading Ability
Mr. Jay Bidal, University of Macau, Macau
Quality Education and the Role of Transversal Competencies: Perspectives from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
Mr. Wesley Robert Teter, UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Thailand
E3‐G034
5:30pm‐ 6:30pmReceptionE4 Lobby

Saturday, 18 June, 2016

TimeEventLocation
8:00am‐ 9:00amRegistration & BreakfastE4 Lobby
9:00am- 10:15amPlenary III
Learning Analytics for MOOC and Flipped Courses
Prof. Ting-Chuen Pong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
E4-G062
Break
10:30am‐ 11:30amAn International Panel Presentation
The 21st Century University: Expectations, Accountability, Visions
Dr. Glenn Shive (Moderator), United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, Hong Kong
Prof. Cindy Stevens, University of Maryland, USA
Prof. Haishao Pang, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
Prof. Gray Kochhar-Lindgren, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Prof. Vai Pan Iu, University of Macau, Macau
E4‐G062
11:30am‐ 12:00pmClosing Remarks
Prof. Spencer Benson, University of Macau, Macau
E4‐G062