Community and Peer Education

Community and Peer Education2019-09-10T02:54:28+08:00

These courses focus on experiential learning, and are run jointly by the Faculties and the Residential Colleges (RC).

Community and Peer Education courses include:

CPED2001
Residential College Community Team Project
1 credit
2021-07-22T09:58:48+08:00

Year Level: Year 2

It is for all undergraduate students admitted in academic year 2021/2022 and onwards.

This course offers students practical experience in communication and leadership through experiential learning in a community team project. Students of different majors will complete a creative team project on an assigned topic to promote specific positive values pertaining to RC character education to an identified audience in the society under the supervision of RC academic staff and the support of community partner(s). They need to acquire related knowledge of the positive values and the targeted audience as active learners themselves during the process. The student teams need to document their project outcomes in electronic form and make physical or online presentations reflecting on the learning process of the team project.

CPED1000
Residential College Experiential Learning
1 credit
2019-09-17T03:56:01+08:00

Year Level: Year 1

This course is designed to enrich first-year students to collegial life, living and learning opportunities, and residential colleges learning goals at the University of Macau. It provides active learning opportunities which enable students to take responsibility for their transition to university and RC life. The course also serves the function of forming student learning communities, which, facilitated by RC faculty, encourage students to explore a wide range of experiential learning activities in RC competency areas (Citizenship with Global Perspective, Cultural Engagement, Healthy Living, Interpersonal Relations and Teamwork, Leadership and Service) while documenting and assessing their personal growth in an e-portfolio.

CPED1001
Physical Education I
0.5 credit
2019-09-10T10:22:26+08:00

Year Level: Year 1

Physical Education consists of theory of fitness (Part I) and basic sport concepts, knowledge and skill practice in team sport and individual sport (Part II).
Part I covers sport relevant concepts including the function of sports in life, sports injury prevention & treatment and sport knowledge. Students will learn theory, principle and regulation in fitness and know how to do exercise and workout regularly.
Part II focuses on skill-based physical fitness which includes one team sport and one individual sport.
Students will be guided to apply the concept of fitness sport theory and game strategy with skill when they learn sports for participating in sport and sport practice continuously.

CPED1002
Physical Education II
0.5 credit
2019-09-10T10:22:47+08:00

Year Level: Year 1

Physical Education consists of theory of fitness (Part I) and basic sport concepts, knowledge and skill practice in team sport and individual sport (Part II).
Part I covers sport relevant concepts including the function of sports in life, sports injury prevention & treatment and sport knowledge. Students will learn theory, principle and regulation in fitness and know how to do exercise and workout regularly.
Part II focuses on skill-based physical fitness which includes one team sport and one individual sport.
Students will be guided to apply the concept of fitness sport theory and game strategy with skill when they learn sports for participating in sport and sport practice continuously.

CPED1003
Communication Skills and Leadership
1 credit
2021-07-22T09:54:35+08:00

Year Level: Year 1

It is for all undergraduate students admitted before academic year 2021/2022.

The course will introduce students to the basic concepts of, and the relationship between, communication skills and practices, and leadership abilities. It will focus on six main areas:
(1) Communication as Practice
(2) Communication, Contexts & Audiences
(3) Spoken, Written & Visual Communication
(4) Inter-Cultural Communication
(5) Communication & Gender
(6) Communication, Leadership & Teamwork

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