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Professional Learning Communities

 

To promote school-based curriculum development and a sharing culture among kindergartens, the EDB curriculum development officers/Mainland expert teachers (METs) will help to establish professional learning communities on common study themes for kindergartens. These communities serve as platforms for professional exchange and experience sharing to promote collaboration among kindergartens and to enhance the quality of education.

 

 

Areas of Study

 

The details of the learning communities in the 2022/23 school year are as follows:

Learning Community 1

Catering for Learner Diversity among NCS Children to Foster Whole-person Development

 

Learning Community 2

Implementing Free Play to Promote Children’s Learning through Exploration

 

Learning Community 3

Implementing Diversified Arts and Creativity Activities

 

 

Modes of Study

EDB curriculum development officers/METs will conduct regular learning community activities for the participating kindergartens to explore effective learning and teaching strategies and share experiences through different modes such as discussions, practices and reflections.