|Baptist (Sha Tin Wai) Lui Ming Choi Primary School|
- In the 2011/12 school year, our school launched the “iPad scheme” in some classes in order to enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching through various e-learning activities. We have also implemented the “iClass scheme” progressively in a total of three classes in Primary 2 and 4 since the 2012/13 school year, allowing students to attend classes with e-textbooks and related learning materials.
- In the 2016/17 school year, we have started to launch “Bring Your Own Device 2.0” (BYOD 2.0) and has released the BYOD Policy documents. Each student of 25 classes from Primary 2 to 6 is equipped with their own mobile devices to study, so students’ learning effectiveness in BYOD classes has been enhanced by using e-textbooks, Learning Management System (LMS) and mobile apps.
- We have launched Digital Open Days to share our e-learning experience with local and foreign principals, teachers and educators.
- We have been striving to promote e-learning and innovative pedagogies for years by adopting various e-learning tools and devices to develop innovative and diversified e-learning modes.
Ms CHEUNG Suet-fan
Mr CHIU Ka-chun
|Buddhist Chi King Primary School|
- In the 2014/15 school year, our school joined the "Wi-Fi Infrastructure Enhancement Scheme" to enhance our Wi-Fi infrastructure for the use of e-textbooks and e-learning resources by teachers and students in classrooms.
- Since the 2015/16 school year, we have launched the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) scheme progressively and the scheme has now been implemented in all Primary 4 to 6 classes since the 2020/21 school year in order to nurture students’ abilities in applying Information Technology (IT) and self-directed learning skills through various e-learning activities.
- Google Classroom is adopted in BYOD classes as an e-learning platform for establishing a systematic learning portfolio.
- Our teachers refine e-learning lesson design through collaborative lesson planning, peer lesson observations, reflections and discussions to facilitate professional exchange on e-learning.
- Since the 2015/16 school year, coding education has been incorporated into our Information Technology subject at all levels.
- We have participated in the "Project NET" programme which aims at providing new media literacy courses to students since the 2017/18 school year.
Mr FAN Wing-yip
Mr KWONG Yat-chun, Curtis
|Jordan Valley St Joseph's Catholic Primary School|
- Since the 2013/14 school year, our school has launched the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme from Primary 4 to 6 in promoting e-learning in different subjects.
- In the 2014/15 school year, we joined the "Support Scheme for e-Learning in Schools" to improve our Wi-Fi infrastructure so as to facilitate the use of e-textbooks and e-learning resources in classes.
- We use e-textbooks, Learning Management System (LMS) and mobile computer applications to enhance students’ learning effectiveness in e-learning classes.
- Our teachers employ various e-assessment tools to foster students’ learning, including using the assessment performance which is provided the STAR platform.
- In recent years, we have been promoting STEM Education with the use of IT such as developing school-based robotic programme and Primary 4 school-based STEAM curriculum which enable our students to solve daily life problems by integrating science and technology.
Ms LEUNG Kwok-kwan
|Ling To Catholic Primary School|
- As our school is determined to develop students’ all-round skills in the 21st century, we have been promoting e-learning proactively over all these years. Starting from the 2016/17 school year, we have implemented computational thinking (coding education) in Computer Studies at all levels. Also, we developed school-based STEM curriculum through joining different scheme and projects. In addition, we have actively participated in diversified e-learning programmes and research.
- In order to commensurate with the overall development of e-learning, we installed fibre-based networks to enhance the Wi-Fi network which facilitate the use of e-textbooks and other e-learning activities.
- Students from Primary 4 to 5 will use their own devices under our “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme while students in junior forms will borrow the school’s devices during classes. Every year, we organize parent seminars which are related to IT in education to enhance home-school cooperation and build parents’ confidence in e-learning.
- Other than learning and teaching, we have adopted different IT tools in handling school administration so as to enable our teachers to refine the design of e-learning classes through collaborative lesson planning, peer lesson observations, reflection and discussion to facilitate professional sharing on e-learning with more capacity.
Mr LI Wing-kai
Mr LAM Man-hay
|Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui Primary School (Branch)|
- Our school has launched the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme from Primary 1 to 6 so as to promote e-learning in different subjects.
- We are committed to set up a video database and implement blended learning with various platforms and mobile computer applications.
- We encourage teachers to participate in e-learning related events and provide corresponding trainings that lead to the enhancement of the e-learning repertoire of teachers and the effectiveness of learning and teaching at the same time.
Ms CHEUNG Ka-ying
|PLK Chee Jing Yin Primary School|
- Our school has been developing “Maker Education” since 2018, encouraging students to design and refine products after integrating and applying knowledge across disciplines.
- With the goal of enhancing learning and teaching effectiveness and catering for students’ diversity, we analyse students’ performance by AI technology and arrange assignments according to their abilities.
- We have made certain adjustments in learning and teaching in order to go in line with new normal of education, including capture and record teaching videos, combining with the use of different learning platforms, e.g. EdPuzzle and Google Classroom, so that learning and teaching can take place everywhere.
- We have established iClass, a mobile learning platform, allowing teachers to design school-based mobile learning activities with the web-based user manual and by building up learning communities, teachers can learn from each other when preparing and sharing e-learning teaching kits. We have also set up a database to share interactive e-books and e-learning resources with other local and overseas schools.
- Committed to promote Information Literacy (IL), other than integrating IL into the curriculum, we have shared and exchanged teaching practices, experience and related resources with other schools.
Mr LEUNG Wan-lung
Ms HUI Yin, Rachel
|St. Edward's Catholic Primary School|
- Our school participated in the “Pilot Scheme on e-Learning in Schools” from the 2011/12 to 2013/14 school years, with the title “Game-based e-learning" and won the Hong Kong ICT Best Lifestyle Silver Award in 2013.
- In the 2012/13 and 2013/14 school years, we have participated in the “E-Textbook Market Development Scheme” (EMADS), to try out the e-textbook in Mathematics from Primary 4 to 6 and provided feedbacks.
- In order to encourage using e-learning resources in classes and promoting “Assessment for Learning” by using e-assessment tools, we enhanced the Wi-Fi infrastructure by joining the “Support Scheme for e-Learning in Schools” from the 2014/15 to 2016/17 school years.
- Google Workspace for Education is used to optimise school administration and ensure information security and it includes establishing school-based information management system, such as Learning Management System (LMS), email system, calendar and real-time communication.
- By using the e-marking app, Assessment Quality-assurance Platform (AQP), and platform, assessment design, feeback, students’ analysis and follow-up strategies are improved and learning and teaching effectiveness are thus enhanced persistently.
- We have introduced various e-learning tools in teaching main subjects, and proactively promote “Innovative Learning” by developing innovative lessons, such as board game-based learning, movie enhanced learning, VR embedded lessons and soft darts in school. STEM curriculum and computational thinking education are also being promoted.
- Since the 2018/19 school year, “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme has been launched in Primary 1, e-learning resources and e-textbooks are used in Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics and General Studies subjects.
Ms LEE Hoi-ying