The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) places quality learning and teaching at the forefront of its activities. We are committed to nurturing outstanding and caring educators and professionals who contribute constructively to sustainable development in Hong Kong, Mainland China and beyond.
This website provides comprehensive information on learning and teaching at the University. It introduces the University’s Learning and Teaching Plan, performance indicators for Learning and Teaching, and “PEER & I” Graduate Attributes which underpin the development of exceptional learning and teaching experiences to our students. It also highlights special features in our overarching curriculum structure as well as policies and initiatives that support excellence in teaching at the University.
The University continues its efforts in offering students the best learning experience at various fronts and some examples are:
- to maintain quality and academic standards as evident in effective implementation of enhancement measures on programme outcomes relating to Generic Intended Learning Outcomes, Programme Outcomes Assessment, etc.;
- to enhance the quality of student learning through the comprehensive review of the undergraduate curriculum and support to students’ whole person development with a new non-formal learning strategy and providing measures to facilitate student non-local learning experience to foster internationalisation; and
- to strive for quality learning and teaching by enhancing the use of technology in promoting effective learning such as the use of e-Portfolio, proactive adoption, review and enhancement of virtual learning, teaching and assessment, continuing to sharpen the e-learning policy and practices, and providing various support for staff professional enrichment and sharing of good practices.
Students are encouraged to explore the many opportunities available in both formal and non-formal learning to achieve their academic and personal goals. The website also offers a platform for the EdUHK community to share ideas and strategies for learning and teaching. We welcome your views, suggestions and contributions which will be important to the advancement of the University.