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Gifted Education School Network

 

Rationales and Purposes

Gifted education is a part of quality education and nurturing gifted/ more able students should be seen as one way of catering for learner diversity. To develop and implement school-based gifted programmes systematically and strategically, subject teachers’ understanding of the gifted education curriculum design and strategies is equally important to the leadership of school management and GE co-ordinators. Gifted Education School Network (the “Network”) aims to facilitate professional exchanges and sharing of experience among frontline teachers of the same Key Learning Areas (KLAs)/ domain, implement theories relevant to gifted education, and provide good practices and references for the enhancement of school-based gifted programmes. The purposes of the Network are:

 

Target Participants

Curriculum leaders including GE co-ordinators, panel heads, KLA/domain co-ordinators, and teachers who are enthusiastic about promotion of school-based gifted programmes and enjoy working together to explore effective strategies that cater for the learning/ affective needs of gifted/ more able students.

 

Network Activities

The Network covers different KLAs/ domain, including: Chinese Language Education, English Language Education, Mathematics Education, Personal, Social & Humanities Education (Primary General Studies and Secondary Chinese History/ Life and Society), STEM Education and affective education. Through organising network meetings, open class, inter-school visits and experience sharing session, it is hoped that schools would be able to plan and implement their school-based gifted programmes, strengthen inter-school sharing and foster professional growth of teachers.

 

Expected Outcomes

 

Expectations on Participating Schools

Teachers of the participating schools are expected to:

 

Enquiry

For enquiry, please contact Mr Daniel KWONG (Curriculum Development Officer) on 3698 3480.