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Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks-Tertiary Institutes/Schools

 

For information about “Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks - Tertiary Institutes & School” and the learning and teaching resources derived, please browse the following QEF Cyber Recourse Centre websites.

Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks – Tertiary Institutes

Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks – Schools

  • Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks – Tertiary Institutes

With the experience of incorporating research-based pedagogy in classroom practices, the tertiary institutes will provide schools with diversified support services to cater for different schools’ development needs.

Coordinating OrganisationProject titleTheme
Department of Psychiatry, The University of Hong KongMindshift Educational Networking Programme (Phase IV)Mental health
HKU School of Professional and Continuing EducationGearing Up Schools and Parents – Supporting Non-Chinese Speaking Kindergarten Students in Learning Chinese NCS Chinese
Centre for Advancement of Chinese Language Education and Research, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong KongGrowth Made Easy: Effective Learning and Teaching of Chinese and Smooth Transition for Multicultural Students
Centre for Advancement of Chinese Language Education and Research, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong KongEmpowerment and Transition – Supporting Teachers to Promote Multicultural Students' Chinese Learning in Primary and Secondary Schools
Faculty of Education, The University of Hong KongEnhancing Assessment Literacy of Teachers in Primary/Secondary Schools Assessment Literacy
Centre for Information Technology in Education (CITE), Faculty of Education, The University of Hong KongIntegrated Self-directed Learning Approach to School-based STEM Development (In-STEM)STEM/STEAM Education
e-Learning Development Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Hong KongSelf-directed Learning as a Strategy to Promote STEM Education
Department of Science and Environmental Studies, The Education University of Hong KongSTEM Education with Self-directed Learning and Progressive Development in Problem-solving 
Centre for University & School Partnership, Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong“Play, Learn, Grow” in Hong Kong KindergartensLearning through play
  • Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks – Schools

Schools with exemplary practices in learning and teaching and a good sharing culture will form a network with participating schools, focusing on specific pedagogical themes to promote interschool collaboration and professional exchange through various exchange activities.

Network coordinating schoolProject title
HHCKLA Buddhist Wong Cho Sum SchoolTeaching Non-fiction in English Classroom through e-Reading
Hong Kong Taoist Association Wun Tsuen SchoolEnhancing the Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Students’ Ability to Learn Chinese Language through Designing and Adapting the School-based Curriculum
Pui Kiu Primary SchoolConstructing Independent and Interactive Mathematics Lesson with Various Learning Strategies
Sau Ming Primary SchoolNurturing Students with the Quality of Self-directed Learning, Fully Utilising the Edge of e-Learning and Constructing Highly Effective Mathematics Lessons
Shak Chung Shan Memorial Catholic Primary SchoolPromoting Self-directed Learning Skills through School-based English Curriculum
St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School Practising STEM Education in General Studies to Enhance the Effectiveness of Students’ Learning of Science, Technology and Mathematics
St. Edward’s Catholic Primary SchoolEnhancing Classroom Interaction and Learning Effectiveness in Chinese Language through e-Learning and New Paradigm
Tai Po Old Market Public School (Plover Cove)Constructing Mathematical Concepts and Fostering Students’ Attitude Regarding Self-directed Learning through Enquiry Learning
Tin Shui Wai Methodist Primary SchoolTeaching Chinese with Storybooks
Fung Kai No.1 Primary SchoolThe Planning and Implementation of School-based Values Education 
Caritas Tuen Mun Marden Foundation Secondary SchoolDevelopment of Chinese Curriculum Leadership and Teacher Professional Learning Community for Teaching NCS Students
Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen)Promotion of STEM Education through the School-based Science and Bio-technology Curricula
Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary SchoolImplementing AI in STEM Education & Social Intelligence, through Refining School-based Curriculum and Establishing Structured Professional Learning Community
Maryknoll Fathers’ SchoolUnleashing Students’ Potential through Developing Cross-curricular STEM Learning Activities 
Hong Chi Winifred Mary Cheung Morninghope SchoolCatering for Learner Diversity and Special Educational Needs through the Use of Diversified Learning and Teaching Strategies or Whole-person Development Approach to Guidance and Discipline