Archive for April 2017

Advising “Chat and Share”

 

Advising “Chat and Share”

Date: May 8, 2017 (Monday)
Time: 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Venue: Room 603, KK Leung Building, Main Campus

*Drinks and sandwiches will be provided.
As the semester draws to a close, it is a good time for advisers to gather and share our advising experience in a more relaxed manner.

What can I get?

The AAO “Chat and Share” workshop is specially designed to enhance our advising capability through:

  • A review of REAL student advising scenarios that happen day-to-day
  • Casual sharing on different approaches that may work (As always, there is no single answer to every problem!)
  • Sharing by CEDARS’s colleagues to expand our “know-how” on advising mental health and career planning or related issues encountered by advisees
  • Sharing by experienced academic colleagues on tips on handling advisees’ study concerns
  • An update of useful advising resources and referral mechanism

Who is it for?

This workshop is designed for all Faculty Academic Advisers, teachers and administrators who support undergraduate students.

Who will speak and share?

  • Experienced Faculty Academic Advisers:
    • Dr. Julia Kuehn, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning), Faculty of Arts; Chair, Academic Advising Committee
    • Dr. Anthony Tam, Academic Adviser, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering
    • Miss Nicole Tavares, Senior Lecturer, Division of English Language Education, Faculty of Education
  • Ms. Jaime Fung, Director, Careers and Placement, CEDARS
  • Ms. Linda Yeung, Acting Director, Counselling and Person Enrichment, CEDARS
  • Ms. Rachel Hong, Academic Adviser, Academic Advising Office

How to register?

Please click HERE for registration

 

Enquiries

Tips of April: Semester Wrap up and Exam Preparation

 

 

Dear Students,

Tips of April: Semester Wrap up and Exam Preparation

There are only a few weeks left before this semester comes to an end. To help you prepare for the coming exam, we would like to offer you three practical “goodies”:

  • iconA Chance to Seek Personalized Advice
    If you have any concerns or issues regarding your exam preparation or final assignment, please contact your Faculty Academic Adviser (FAA) as soon as possible for a meeting.
  • iconA 3-Minute Online Orientation on Effective Exam Preparation
    Take a quick look at our “3-minute Exam Prep Tips” It is a good way to remind yourself of how to develop your revision plan, how to revise smart (such as taking reference to past exam papers, how to cope with exam stress , etc.
  • iconA List of Tips from Your Student Advisers
    Feeling stressed out already? Let’s hear how the senior students survived their exams! Video

Study hard but don’t forget to eat and rest well! Good luck and have a Super Pass!

With best wishes,
Academic Advising Office