1+1 Science Tip-top Talent Scheme 2016/17, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
1+1 Science Tip-top Talent Scheme 2015/16, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
Proposal Supervising Scheme, 51st Joint School Science Exhibition, The Joint School Science Exhibition Preparation Committee (J.S.S.E.P.C.)
Proposal Supervising Scheme, 50th Joint School Science Exhibition, J.S.S.E.P.C.
53rd Joint School Science Exhibition Proposal Competition, J.S.S.E.P.C.
52nd Joint School Science Exhibition, J.S.S.E.P.C.
49th Joint School Science Exhibition Proposal Competition, J.S.S.E.P.C.
48th Joint School Science Exhibition, J.S.S.E.P.C.
Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2020, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
2019 Hong Kong 4D Frame Maths & Science Creativity Competition, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2019, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
2018 Hong Kong 4D Frame Maths & Science Creativity Competition, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
Energy Innovation for Smart City Competition 2017/18, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition 2018, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
2017 Hong Kong 4D Frame Maths & Science Creativity Competition, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
Energy Innovation for Smart City Competition 2016/17, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Energy Innovation for Smart City Competition 2015/16, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Energy Innovation Project Competition 2014/15, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
6th Student Paper Competition, IEEE EMBS HK-Macau Joint Chapter
Team Member (2020 – 2021)
Grant for Online Teaching Development and Educational Research, HKPolyU, “Educational research projects – virtual and online laboratory” (HKD 750,000)
Team Member (2013 – 2016)
eLearning and Blended Learning Development Grants, HKPolyU, “Use of Mobile Technologies to Facilitate Active Learning and More Effective Teaching in Mathematics” (HKD 210,000).
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Teaching is a profession that shares information, whatever knowledge, an idea or the ethics, to others. It is not aimed to teach students how to memorize, but rather to understand the concepts for further inspiration.
I enjoy so much on teaching. As a teacher, I should have a solid understanding of my teaching subjects. To arouse the interest of the students, I would like to look for other sources or references for my teaching preparations. It would be great that daily examples can be cited as references of the teaching matters to attract the attention of the students. As my experience of teaching undergraduates and postgraduates in laboratory courses, nowadays, most students do not care how things work instead they only want to get the solutions directly without any explanation. Nonetheless, the students always feel excited and fascinated by the fact that those subjects are happening in their daily lives. During the learning–teaching process, I do believe that collaborative group discussions, which give students time and space to think of the topics, share equal importance with understanding the fundamentals. Through the open discussions, the students may bring new insights or raise questions on the subject that have not been considered yet. In the meantime, as a teacher, I am also learning and rethinking the topic from different aspects, and these new thoughts may also inspire my future teaching ideas. It is really meaningful that I can keep learning from teaching others. In my belief, all students are capable of learning. Nevertheless, a good teacher should teach students in accordance with their aptitude. There is no unique teaching method that can fit all types of students. Thus, different teaching strategies should be adopted on various types of students in order to motivate their learning interest. As a teacher, I should keep a good and friendly relationship with my students. I do not think a teacher should be serious and fierce all the time. If a teacher is always serious and stubborn, students will be afraid of asking and discussing questions. My responsibility is to make students feel better about their learning progress rather than discourage them. I do believe that a positive learning atmosphere of the class mainly depends on the relationship between a teacher and students.
I am devoted to use my career to benefit students in a positive manner. Through teaching in a university, I can stay in the field I love. At the same time, I do share students my knowledge and ideas. With full of teaching enthusiasm and patience, I do think I would be a good teacher.
Alternative Energy Technologies (EE501)
Electrical Engineering Materials (EE4015A)
Linear Circuits and Analysis (EE2511)
Low-cost Energy Infrastructures for Developing Regions (EE2S01, Service-learning subject)
Power Electronics and Drives (EE3003A, EE3003B, EE3003C, EE3031)
Physics II (AP10006)
Society and the Engineer (ENG3004)