This paper outlines the development of education in Hong Kong and the case of how outcome-based teaching and learning (OBTL) has evolved and implemented, as the basis to discuss teaching and learning creativity for the age groups of 10’s, 20’s, and 30’s and beyond. The study draws upon research through interviews and observations during the ‘Design with Fear’ project of the Associate of Arts in Digital Visual Design (AADVD) and the Bachelor of Design Programmes (Communication Design and Multimedia Design) at City University of Hong Kong, as well as the ‘Learning Design Through Monster’ workshops under the project ‘Design to Empower’ (Hong Kong Design Centre, 2008). The research aims to identify the essence of teaching and learning creative thinking across the different groups so as to discover the transferable values and the relevant teaching and learning activities which can enhance the overall experience. The findings contribute to a model for implementing creative thinking with reference to the outcome-based approach, which then can be used as a framework for structuring education programmes to nurture talents who will survive the new economic environment.
|Keywords:||Design Education, Creative Thinking, Outcome-Based Teaching and Learning, Teaching and Learning Activities|
Academic Coordinator, School of Continuing and Professional Education, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
There are currently no reviews of this product.Write a Review