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Examples of Secondary Education Curriculum Guide (SECG) Booklet 7 Experiential Learning: Life-wide Learning

 

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7.3.5

Promoting an Inclusive and Harmonious School Environment through a “Caring Buddies” Scheme

This school example aims to illustrate how to establish a harmonious campus by providing collaborative learning opportunities for the NCS students and their counterparts through Community Service activities to promote an inclusive and harmonious school environment.

SECG LWL Example 7.3.5 Caring Buddies Scheme PDF

7.3.6

Be Reflective during the Activity

This school example aims to elaborate how to help students reflect on their learning experiences during and after the activity they participate in.

SECG LWL Example 7.3.6a Be reflective during the activityPDF

7.3.6

Sharing among Peers

This school example aims to elaborate how to help students to take a more active role in participating in and reflecting on their learning experiences so as to deepen their learning and foster whole-person development.

SECG LWL Example 7.3.6b sharing among peers PDF

7.3.7

Harnessing Community Resources

This school example aims to introduce how to provide quality learning opportunities by harnessing community resources and developing good partnership with business sector.

SECG LWL Example 7.3.7 Harnessing Community Resources PDF

7.4.2

Time Arrangement for OLE Implementation

This example aims to illustrate how schools could flexibly arrange different areas of OLE within and outside timetabled lessons.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.2a Time Arrangement for OLE Implementation PDF

7.4.2

Regular Review on OLE Time Arrangement

This school example aims to illustrate how to attain the mission of whole-person development through regularly reviewing the time allocation  for the five areas of OLE within and outside timetabled lessons.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.2b Regular Review on OLE Time Arrangement PDF

7.4.3

Providing Equal Opportunities

This school example aims to illustrate how to cater for students’ diverse needs through providing financial supports to needy students and different levels of leadership training programmes.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.3a Providing Equal Opportunities PDF

7.4.3

Building Coherence

This school example aims to illustrate how to implement OLE more holistically by incorporating school vision, making good use of feedback data and developing framework for student development.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.3b Building Coherence PDF

7.4.3

Allowing Flexibility

This school example aims to illustrate how to implement OLE with flexibility by integrating more than one areas of OLE into a designed programme.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.3c Allowing Flexibility PDF

7.4.3

Learning Together The school example aims to illustrate how to deepen student learning by developing a learning community and facilitating their reflection among peers.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.3d Learning Together PDF

7.4.4

Whole-school Approach to Promote Moral and Civic Education

The school example aims to illustrate how to develop students’ positive values and attitudes through a holistic planning of offering different life education programmes within and outside lesson time.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.4a Whole-school Approach to Promote Moral and Civic Education PDF

7.4.4

Cultivating Seven Priority Values through Physical Development

This example aims to briefly introduce how to develop students’ seven priority values when they participate in different Physical Development activities.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.4b Cultivating Seven Priority Values through Physical Development PDF

7.4.4

Establishing a Healthy Lifestyle through Physical Development

This school example aims to illustrate how to develop students’ positive values and attitudes through different Physical Development activities outside classroom.

SECG LWL Example 7.4.4c Establishing a Healthy Lifestyle through Physical Development PDF

 

 

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