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Examples for School Reference: Inspirational Practices in Hong Kong Schools

 

Examples for School Reference: Inspirational Practices in Hong Kong Schools is an extension of the PSHE KLA Curriculum Guide. It consists of different illustrative examples for schools’ and teachers’ reference to facilitate the implementation of the recommendations made in the PSHE KLA Curriculum Guide in schools.

 

Only web version is available for teachers’ reference.

 

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Example 1Nurturing humanistic qualities in students through learning and teaching of PSHE subjects at the junior secondary level

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Example 2Nurturing students' entrepreneurial spirit through an economics activity

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Example 3Values education: Basic Law education in the PSHE KLA at junior secondary level - Learning and teaching resources produced by the EDB 
Example 4Enhancing the learning effectiveness of General Studies for Primary Schools through e-learning

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Example 5Using e-learning to facilitate enquiry learning in PSHE subjects

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Example 6Developing Secondary 1 students’ generic skills through "Thinking Education"

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Example 7Understanding our country: From reading books to first-hand experienceMS Power Point
Example 8Promoting Language across the Curriculum in the PSHE KLA: Sharing on an integrated curriculum at Secondary 1-3

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Example 9Learning targets of the PSHE KLA embedded with humanistic qualities and entrepreneurial spirit

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Example 10A teacher’s reflection on cultivating students’ critical thinking skills

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Example 11Decorating display boards for the Mid-Autumn Festival: Developing collaborative problem solving skills and promoting national and global understanding

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Example 12Developing students' holistic thinking skills

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Example 13Nurturing junior secondary students’ positive values and attitudes in Chinese History: Understanding "integrity" and "caring" from Sun Yat-sen

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Example 14Cross-KLA/subject project learning in independent subject curriculum mode at the junior secondary level

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Example 15Understanding our world through life-wide learning activities of geography and the PSHE KLA

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Example 16Planning the key focuses in the PSHE KLA Curriculum

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Example 17Nurturing humanistic qualities in students through an experiential tour to a mountainous region on the Mainland

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Nurturing humanistic qualities in students through fieldwork in Geography

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Example 19Nurturing students’ entrepreneurial spirit through a case study competition in Economics

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Example 20Building on strengths: Synergy between religious and values education

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Example 21Values Education: Promoting Basic Law education by adopting classroom activities in Junior Secondary Lessons
Example 22Promoting national understanding through a cross-KLA field trip on the Mainland

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Example 23Promoting the national understanding of students with special educational needs

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Example 24Language across the Curriculum: Helping Secondary 1 students with weaker language ability to learn Chinese History

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Example 25Language across the Curriculum: A letter to a historical figure

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Example 26Adopting a whole-school approach to promote Language across the Curriculum at the junior secondary level

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Example 27Multiple roles of teachers

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Example 28Learning through enquiry in a lesson of a junior secondary PSHE subjectMS Power Point
Example 29Enhancing learning motivation and learning effectiveness through enquiry into daily-life situations in Secondary 5 Economics

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Example 30Teaching controversial issues through enquiry learning in senior secondary History

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Example 31Nurturing students’positive values through learning and teaching of General Studies for Primary Schools

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Example 32Teaching controversial issues: Reflections of a Life and Society (Secondary 1-3) teacher

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Example 33Catering for learner diversity when teaching map reading skills in Secondary 1 Geography lessons

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Example 34Catering for learner diversity in a Secondary 1 History lesson using the Frayer Model and Equaliser

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Example 35Catering for learner diversity using RAFT and Equaliser in a Secondary 3 History lesson

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Example 36Reshaping students' understanding of assessment

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Example 37Engaging students in assessing their own learning

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Example 38Involving parents in assessment

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Example 39Using peer assessment to enhance student learning

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Example 40Enhancing learning and teaching via e-assessment

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Example 41Instant feedback on learning progress via e-assessment

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Example 42Implementation of progressive assessment practices

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Example 43Turning community resources into valuable learning and teaching resources

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Example 44Using an online platform to develop Tourism and Hospitality Studies students’ collaboration skills

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Example 45Use of visual media in Tourism and Hospitality Studies to cater for the needs of visual learners

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Example 46Using virtual reality and augmented reality technologies to support learning and teaching in PSHE subjects

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Example 47Fieldwork with mobile devices for students of Geography

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Example 48Facilitating enquiry learning in the PSHE KLA: A digital-age library

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Example 49Making good use of teacher resources to promote e-learning in Chinese History: An experience sharing of a secondary school

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Example 50Promoting history learning and cultivating historical literacy through campus facilities

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