Students at HKU are keen to serve the community involving themselves in various voluntary services. Supporting individuals with learning diversity is a popular choice. Instead of a one sided â€œservingâ€ service, students gain valuable experience beyond imagination. In this seminar, Dr YB Wong, Honorary Research Associate of Centre for Advancement in Inclusive Education (CAISE) and Ms Kit Chan, Training Director of CAISE, will share HKU studentsâ€™ experience in participating three different projects, showing how supporting individuals with learning diversity can be a fun and valuable experience.
About the speakers:
Dr. YB Chung
YB received his PhD degree in Education from the University of Hong Kong. He is a teaching fellow of the Department of Psychological Studies, the Education University of Hong Kong. He voluntarily works as an honorary research associate for the HKU CAISE. He is also one of the founders of the Mobile Schooling Limited (a non-profit organization), which aims to promote outdoor learning opportunities for everyone.
Mrs. Kit Chan
Kit is currently a lecturer of the Faculty of Education, Hong Kong University, teaching mainly subjects related to special educational needs. She is also the training director of CAISE, Centre for Advancement in Inclusive Education. She is a dedicated professional with 30 years of experience in special education.
Date: November 2, 2016 (Wednesday)
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00 pm
Venue: Convocation Room, MB218, 2/F, Main Building
All colleagues and students are welcome to join the event. Sandwiches will be provided.
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