Engaging Students with Storytelling Skills in Project Planning
14:00 - 16:00
Online - Microsoft Teams
Medium of Instruction :
Cantonese with English Materials
TT03A - Pedagogy
Mode of Study :
MS14 - ONLINE MODE
About the Event :
Are you looking for ways to reach and resonate with your students when planning their projects? Are your teaching ideas not getting the traction you hoped? Storytelling is a skill to be learned to put your ideas across and increase commitment and motivation. Whether your students are preparing mundane procedures or lively case studies in projects, skilled storytellers can connect to and inspire audience, and persuade them through a well-told story.
Join this workshop to learn to identify essential soft skills and qualities to be impactful storytellers. Also, you will be able to locate key elements for designing compelling “stories” and engaging plans for student projects.
Mr Daniel SUZC and Ms Josephine WONG
Mr Daniel SZUC:
• Being a co-founder of UX Hong Kong, Make Meaningful Work as well as Apogee, Daniel has been involved in the field of user experience (UX) for 20 years. He has also consulted and trained project teams in local and international settings.
Ms Josephine WONG:
• Josephine is another co-founder of UX Hong Kong, Make Meaningful Work as well as Apogee. She advocates human centred design and believes that physical and mental wellbeing contributes to making suitable decisions. With her multicultural background, she has collaborated with global teams conducting research in different languages.
Intended Learning Outcomes :
On completion of the workshop, participants would be able to:
Target Audience :
VTC Teaching and Instructing Staff
Mr SIU Yan Piu, Samuel