During my graduate study (M.Phi. & Ph.D.) at Hong Kong Baptist University, I constantly served as teaching assistant and project tutor to undergraduate and post-graduate students. Courses I assisted included but not limited to: Journalism Theory, International Journalism, Mass Communication Theory, News Writing, Film History, Corporate Communication, Public Relations, Crisis Management.
In 2013-2018, I taught as Adjunct Professor at different universities. Courses I offered covered undergraduate and post-graduate levels. My teaching medium was English. Job responsibilities included but not limited to: creating syllabi, managing teaching materials, leading tutorials, guiding student projects, grading assignments, and writing teaching reports.
I am an enthusiastic, engaging, and caring teacher. I endeavor to bring to my students not only rich knowledge by combining theories and real-life case studies from home and abroad, but also critical foods for thoughts, especially in terms of controversial political issues. I am also good at designing participatory learning modules, such as initiating in-class poll with software PollEverywhere, organizing museum and archive visit, and holding in-class draw-lots to further engage students in classroom participation.
Courses I have taught during 2013-2018:
- The University of Hong Kong: “Cultural Industries and Society” (undergraduate level core subject)
- The Hong Kong Polytechnic University: “Media and Society” (undergraduate level elective subject)
- Hong Kong Baptist University: “Perspectives of Media and Society” (post-graduate level core subject)
- Hong Kong Baptist University: “Journalism and Society” (undergraduate level core subject)
- Hong Kong Baptist University: “Comparative Politics on the Cinema” (undergraduate level liberal studies subject)
- The Education University of Hong Kong: “Hong Kong Film History” (post-graduate level subject for high-school teachers’ professional development program)
- The Education University of Hong Kong: “Hong Kong Social Movements” (summer school course for K11-K12 students)