(CS EdX Sessions) Bi, Rui

Title: Online Learning Experience Design and Development for a Professional and Practice-based Education

Presenter: Dr Rui Bi (Senior Lecturer)

Co-presenter(s):

Faculty / Division: BJBS

School / Unit: Business

Session Type: Paper

When: Wednesday, 17 November 2021 @ 11:15am – 12:15pm

Where: Zoom Meeting Link

Abstract:

Successful active learning needs higher education teachers to understand relationship between teaching and learning, align teacher-learner goals, construct an appropriate practice environment, monitor students’ actions, and provide meaningful feedback. This report reviews literature on professional and practice-based education (P&PBE). This study discusses designing and developing an appropriate student learning experience at postgraduate level related to P&PBE. As P&PBE has become an important part of the mainstream for universities, universities need provide a curriculum P&PBE framework that integrates teaching, learning, assessment, curriculum design, learning environment and infrastructure in order to help students to develop highly qualified graduate attributes. Moreover, there is a need for academics be actively involved with P&PBE. All these efforts contribute to quality of university professional courses.

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