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Action Planning for Life-wide Learning in the Whole-school Curriculum

Doing LWL at your school: A whole School Approach


Planning for life-wide learning in the whole-school curriculum essentially involves deciding which learning goals, aims and objectives of Key Learning Areas or cross Key Learning Areas can be more effectively achieved through learning activities outside the classroom than inside it, when conditions allow. Schools should develop strategies to ensure that students engage in meaningful learning experiences appropriate to the aims of school education. The activity data bank* of this website suggests relevant learning contexts and activities in Hong Kong for the reference of schools.


*The information in the data bank is updated monthly.

Last revision date: 24 February 2012
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