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NET Scheme in Primary Schools

 

Evaluation of the PNET Scheme

There are two levels of evaluation of the Scheme. They are the territory-wide level and the school level of evaluation.

A) Territory-wide Evaluation

At the territory-wide level, an in-depth longitudinal and cross-sectional evaluation was conducted in 2004-06 to evaluate, across participating schools, the extent to which the four key objectives of the Scheme are being achieved. The evaluation was commissioned to the University of Melbourne. About 140 participating primary schools were involved in this three year evaluation.

Evaluation of Primary NET Scheme - Key Messages

Report on the Evaluation of the Native-speaking English Teacher Scheme for Primary Schools in Hong Kong 2004-06

B) School Level Evaluation

At the school level, all schools not participating in the territory-wide evaluation conducted a school reflection exercise with the aim of evaluating the effectiveness of the Scheme in their schools.

 

To provide schools with guidance and support in evaluating the effectiveness of the Scheme at the school level, the Advisory Teaching Team (ATT) conducted workshops for NETs and SETs on 'School Reflection' from 2002 to 2005.

School Self-Evaluation of the Native-speaking English Teacher Scheme for Primary Schools Meta-Analysis Report