11 hours ago
Professor: Mr. Benjamin Malcom Thomas GAUDET
The professor created some useful ppt with voice clips which facilitated my learning. The voice clips saved my time to look up for french dictionary (voice clips may not be provided by other professors). He was willing to answer your questions too. However, the course might be a bit too demanding for people who didn't do well/ did average in FREN1000.
12 hours ago
Professor: Dr Kwan Sui Chi
The professor was generous in giving grades (As long as you follow the instructions and work hard for it, you should get a decent grade). Also, he was super friendly and down-to-earth. He understood students' concerns and would always answer your question. Also, you don't have to worry about the exam because the professor would give you clear guidance on what you should write and how to achieve higher marks.
1 day ago
Professor: KIM Hee Sook
Summer semester Korean beginner class is not quite for beginners (as I have 0 knowledge of Korean before). Teacher tried hard to let us understand but can see that some of us are not able to catch up with it (she put too much time on the easy things and then the difficult ones she rushed so fast...). Can see around 6-8 of our classmates have basic knowledge. Seems that all teachers assumes that we can learn everything just the day we were taught as the time is really not enough to pack that much teaching materials together, and it is a 4 week class (got class every day and there is not much time for us to memorize/understand what actually happening...) The course is not welly organized and the study materials are disperse (things taught in powerpoint but quizzes from notes that we haven't gone through before..?) The workload is much much bigger than other language courses(just my experience such as French). Can learn something but the experience of the first summer semester is just like an unexpected nightmare for me(despair + tiring). Advice: think twice before you reg this class especially in summer semester:) need to be hardworking to catch up smoothly. Might be less harsh in normal semester;)
Professor: 張海澎 (Zhang Haipeng)
Professor: TONG Shiu Sing
The prof is very nice and willing to answer your question but the lesson is very boring
Professor: Professor AU Kwok Keung
Very good and funny teacher, always answer your questions and very friendly. He provides many materials. Lecture notes are full of interesting stuff, if you understand them well. Assuming the hell style of this course remains unchanged, make sure to finish the homework and tutorials seriously although they are super hard. Also read the lecture notes in advance because the pace is quite fast, relative to the amount and difficulty. For most of the analysis stuff taught in lectures, you won't see them on homework, but probably would appear in some last questions in the exams. Finish this course and you are free.
Professor: Dr. XIAO Jingjing
Good teaching skills and excellent lecture notes. Read the lecture notes then you can forget about the lectures and textbook. Analysis background (MATH2050&2060) is needed when understanding the proof of 'the uniqueness and existence theorem of solutions of ODE', but honestly its not a must because the proof won't appear in homework or exams. Instead, knowledge of differentiation of multivariable functions is much more important. It's also good to read the remaining chapters such as Laplace transform and series solution in the textbook as they are not covered.
Professor: Miss WONG Wun Yu
Online teaching. Teacher is very friendly and she is able to explain stuff clearly with many examples. But both the course and teaching style are quite boring. You can learn nothing from this course unless your Chinese is really bad.
Professor: Law Wai On
Professor: CHEUNG Lik Kwan
Good, willing to answer students' questions
Professor: Dr. WOO Tze Yan Jessie
Professor: TSAO King-kwun
Dr TSAO is very knowledgeable in public policies, political systems and government styles of various countries. His teaching and analysis regarding the Greater China were interesting and inspiring. He also loved to interact with us and encouraged us to be objective and open minded to different policies. In gist, this course was effective for students to understand the pros and cons of different public policies in global context.
Prof. Tsao is very knowledgeable on policy issues of different countries / regions that we had discussed in the classes. In particular, his rich experience on various policy issues in China had deepened my understanding of them. He was well prepared for each class and shared with us lots of his insights and analysis on different policy issues. He also gave us many useful advices to improve our group presentation and individual research papers. In short, I really enjoyed Prof. Tsao's classes.
Professor: Jeff Wong
A bit eccentric but a funny and passionate guy. English kind of bad but overall not bad.
Professor: Amy DAI
Grading is rather lenient. Easy to leng grade in her courses
Professor: Zhou Xiaolu
Her English is easy to understand for a Mainlander. Teaches a bit tui but if you find her individually for a talk she is willing to discuss the problem with you.
Professor: Chris Leung
50 Blackboard MCs for final, teach very tui but relatively easy to secure a good grade comparing to other lecturers
Professor: Cheng Wai Pang
leng grade. Talk in lesson and give/try to give opinion or insight and have good parti mark
Professor: Fred KU
Funny guy, be more active and you will leng grade
Nice lecturer. TP and RJ grades are lenient. Talk in lessons and you will have good participation mark. Read your reading guide on Blackboard to get good marks on pre tutorial worksheets.
Professor: Dr. CHEUNG Hang Cheong Derek
Solution to tutorial questions will not be publicized! Make sure you jot notes while other peers are sharing their thoughts! Very hard to get good grades even for a good piece of writing he shared with us. C-range grades would be given if mistakes were found. You may send an outline to him before submission of RJ and TP to avoid such mistakes. By the way, the arrangement of RJ is a bit strange. You could only do reflection for the first three texts. Be attentive during those lessons!
Professor: Mr Matthew Knowles
The lecturer is passionate in teaching, although he seldom asked students questions. He replied students' questions related to English writing and speaking. He mainly used the materials from the textbook that is prepared by the ELTU. His grading is ok (lenient) - easy to get high marks if requirement is fulfilled (although the requirement of writing is a bit difficult to achieve for students who barely attain Level 5 in HKDSE English Language). To get good grades (A- or above), make sure you fulfill the majority of requirement in oral presentation as it is the easiest assessment in this course!
Professor: Dr. FU, Rao
Professor is a Chinese whose accent might not be accepted by the majority of students (but I can accept it). She made her own notes, but they were just a simplified version of textbook. To have an adequate understanding of concepts and drilling, better get the recommended textbook. She merely shares how to apply economic concepts in the real-word phenomenon. However, she often shares some difficult questions which were appeared in her exams. Good grades could be attained by listening to her lectures, reviewing homework questions and even finishing 'QuickMC' in the textbook.
Professor: Dr. Raymond WONG
The pace of teaching is too fast for beginners. Moreover, his lessons were aided with teaching PowerPoints provided by the textbook publisher, which means he just spoke every single word from the textbook. However, his teaching was quite comprehensive - detailly explains every process for a lot of times. Homework and exams are not difficult for those who actively listen to him.
Professor: Jimmy Chiu
As mentioned Jimmy is quite lenient and gives out good grades and I ended up with an A- even though my test scores were quite average. To be honest this course is very boring but not hard to get good grade for.
Professor: Sandy Hoi
Very nice professor. Easy to understand even though i didnt have any science background. Remember to apply for her meditation/ chinese tea workshops if you want to have extra score.
Professor: Dr Jeffrey Hui
No exam (during online teaching). There is no word limit in the assignments + paper so ppl tend to write a lot.
Professor: Chow lap kei
Nice professor. I didnt study M1 M2 before, but i can still follow what he taught. Just study what he include in the ppt and then you can get A range. No need to do extra exercise
Professor: Kwong tsz wun
其實教嘅野唔難，但因為online考試係喺blackboard考，無backtrack, 所以有D麻煩，f2f 應該會好D。Raymond 都幾好人，唔錯
Professor: Professor King Kwun Tsao
The most stunning of this course is how professor guide us in our presentation and term paper, I have learned so much in it.
Professor: King Kwun Tsao
The teaching was interactive. Prof. Tsao valued and respected every student’s point of view. The atmosphere of class discussion was excellent, and the whole learning process was very happy.
Professor: Dr. Lee Pak Kuen Philip
Professor: Dr. KOU Kei Chun
Professor: Dr. LEE Pak Kuen
Professor: Connie 路
Prof 用心教嘅，隔住zoom可能無咁尷尬，如果ftf 容易尷尬
Professor: Professor Park
Quite boring and little insights
Professor: Professor LAU Kwok Fai
Professor: Dr. Mak Kin Wah
quite good, zoom with recording help a lot.