Academic Teaching

Students' Corner: Experiential Learning

Our experiential learning (EL) project was first launched in 2012, with the support from the Gallant Ho Experiential Learning Centre, and it pioneered the Ecology & Biodiversity overseas experiential learning at HKU.  At the end of each experiential course, students are encouraged to reflect on their learning experience and indicate how it compares to a typical classroom-taught course, pointing out the pros and cons (these reflections are sent to one of the Student-Demonstrators after the final grades are announced).  Not all students send us their comments, but those that do often take an appreciable effort in sharing their thoughts.   Take a read... 

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Animal Behaviour Field Course

Animal Behaviour Field Course

Marine Mammal Field Course

Marine Mammal Field Course

Marine Mammal Classroom Course

Marine Mammal Classroom Course

Animal Behaviour Classroom Course

Animal Behaviour Classroom Course

Students' Corner

Students' Corner

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