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03aug2016

THEi received over $4 million in a collaborative project with OUHK in developing a gamified e-learning platform for Science and Mathematics

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Five learning modules are provided to help DSE students to bridge the knowledge gap from senior secondary education to post-secondary science education. “Application of Physics and Mathematics in Engineering” is one of the five modules.

Five learning modules are provided to help DSE students to bridge the knowledge gap from senior secondary education to post-secondary science education. “Application of Physics and Mathematics in Engineering” is one of the five modules.

Every unit consists of 2D or 3D interactive games to illustrate the relevant scientific and mathematic concepts.

Every unit consists of 2D or 3D interactive games to illustrate the relevant scientific and mathematic concepts.

The major objective of this project (Fun and Games with Science website) is to assist DSE students to bridge the knowledge gap between senior secondary education and post-secondary science education. It helps students to make informed decisions in their daily lives and future academic development through using an easy and free access e-learning platform and an interactive Outcome-Based Learning and Teaching (OBLT) package. This e-learning platform will target all DSE students, who are transiting to post-secondary education. They can register on this system and complete the science modules before commencing of post-secondary education.

 

This e-learning platform consists of five learning modules and has 240 learning hours. The modules are “Fundamental Science” (30 hours), “Scientific Thinking and Problem-solving Approach” (30 hours), “Application of Biology and Chemistry in Daily Life” (60 hours), “Application of Physics and Mathematics in Engineering” (60 hours), and “Application of Biology and Chemistry in Health Science” (60 hours). 

 

Please click here for more more information of the Fun and Games with Science website (mooc.thei.edu.hk/qess).