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[Archive] Introduction

 

All schools should understand the three-tiered implementation mode of gifted education in Hong Kong to design their own curriculum for gifted students.  For details, please refer to Section 4.5 - Gifted Education of the Basic Education Curriculum Guide - Sustain, Deepen and Focus on Learning to Learn (Primary 1 - 6) (2014) and Section 5.5 - Gifted Students  of the Secondary Education Curriculum Guide (2017).

 

  • As the whole-class and pullout specialised programmes recommended in the three-tiered implementation mode are discipline-oriented, schools should first understand the framework, rationale and guiding principles of the curriculum of the respective Key Learning Areas when designing the curriculum for their gifted students accordingly. 
  • In the school-based approach, the development of gifted programmes in a school should be based on the characteristics and learning needs of students, the capacity and expertise of teachers, the education goals and resource of the school.

 

Curriculum Resources

The Gifted Education Section of the Curriculum Development Institute offers a range of resource to schools including the curriculum design principles and exemplars for reference to further assist principals and teachers in the development of school-based gifted development programmes.