The Project Hui: An innovative virtual exchange programme for preservice teachers in New Zealand and China

Hui is a 6-week digital international exchange programme to bring together preservice teachers and education experts from three partner universities in New Zealand and China.

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The Hui project aims to design, implement, and evaluate a pilot trial of a virtual exchange programme for preservice. The three partners (Beijing Normal University, Qinghai Normal University, and the University of Auckland) co-design the 6-week virtual exchange programme, which aims to expose preservice teachers to cutting-edge educational topics and intercultural collaborations around real-world educational issues.

There will be six modules covering the research expertise of the three partners, including educational psychology, effective teaching pedagogy, researcher-practitioner collaboration, and education equity.

Experts from the three institutions will give topic-related talks, and students will be encouraged to discuss and draw connections with implications for classroom practice. Students will participate in weekly online activities, including teaching scenarios, student collaborations, student-expert communications, and student reflective diaries.   

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For further information about the Project Hui please contact Principal Investigator Dr Serene Shengnan Wang.