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To An Active Learning Environment: How to build it with Miro?

To An Active Learning Environment: How to build it with Miro?
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Building an active learning environment in a hybrid or online teaching setting can be challenging. Miro (, as an online collaborative whiteboard platform, allows students to collaborate with peers simultaneously within and beyond classrooms, as well as to collect prompt feedback from teachers during and after the class.

In this workshop, we first explored various functions on the platform for participants to gain first-hand experiences, followed by guided hands-on practices of developing activity sheets. Good practices of the implementation of Miro were discussed as well, for the use in both hybrid and fully online teaching modes.


Crystal Luo
Assistant Education Development Manager
Center for Education Innovation, HKUST

Ms. Crystal Luo is an Assistant Education Development Manager from the Center for Education Innovation, with rich experience in course design, teaching, and training in different institutes. Her research interests include Instructional Design, EdTech tools, as well as AI in Education, and she has received the Best Paper Award in IEEE TALE 2017.

Date:12 MAY 2022 (FRI)
Time:12:30 – 14:00
Venue:Online via Zoom
Organized by:Center for Education Innovation (CEI)
Materials:PowerPoint Presentation Video

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