Edputation Lab

Edputation Lab


Edputation is a development lab housed at the Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies (CLST), serving as a hub to bridge between undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education (FEd) and Faculty of Engineering (FEng). It provides a “place” for them to work together to design and develop e-learning and e-teaching resources. Students who join the Lab are named Edputators. Led and supported by the members of CLST, Edputators from FEd and FEng will respectively apply their knowledge in instructional design and computational programming to create educational platforms, mobile apps and e-resources for education communities. Moreover, FEd Edputators (and also their classmates) will enact (further improve) the developed platforms, apps and resources during (after) teaching practicum.

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Mr. Poon Siu Ki, Sunny
Undergraduate Student
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

“My hobby of coding was interestingly developed from being a robot builder of international robotics competitions. It is amazing to teach a machine to think and move. I always wonder why teams from other countries could have better performance with similar hardware design and I realise good programming is the key. I enjoy playing games, and also developing games. In which we can create a whole new world in a virtual environment.”

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Ms. Ng Hoi Lam, Ellen
PGDE Student
Faculty of Education

“Sciences and Technology enhance our education. By experiencing STEM workshop in school, I find students’ smile in their learning. This scenery always reminds me that teaching and learning can be so fun. Enjoyment facilitates active learning, while technologies bring students to a new exposure on e-learning. That’s the reason I like exploring on how education can be developed through using IT platform. As a music lover and educator, I feel excited when implementing Flipped Classroom in Music Education. It creates flexible curriculum including interactive activities in class. I’m satisfied to see that students were able to apply the knowledge taught in flipped video during activity time. In my future, I hope to do more researches on IT tools and apply my experiences on my pedagogy.”

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Mr. Wan Man Kit, Mickey
PGDE Student
Faculty of Education

“I love programming and teaching. Programming makes something impossible to be possible. Teaching helps teenagers to make their dreams come true. That’s why I want to be an ICT teacher!”

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Mr. Wong Kin Kwan, Andy
Undergraduate Student
Department of Computer Science and Engineering

“I have studied programming for about two years. It is amazing when a problem is broken down into pieces and being solved step-by-step.”

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Mr. Kelvin CHEUNG
Graduated Student
Programme of Liberal Studies, Faculty of Education

”To flip or not to flip? That’s the question. Question of what you think Education is. When I was still a student, chances were given to me to think about what we can do, to flip our traditional teaching. Our 21 century of education is to offer students more time and space to learn independently. I found Information Technology is a key to this open this door. Thereafter, I learnt how to flip the classroom, how to use IT tools to teach interactively. That’s all IT opens my eyes.”