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IT in Education Centre of Excellence (CoE) Scheme

 

 Introduction

Strength of Schools

Secondary | Primary | Special

Professional Development ProgrammeCoE School ListOnline Remote/On-site Support Application Form

 

2021/22 School Year

Strength of Schools - Secondary Schools

 

Name of SchoolStrength of SchoolContact
Caritas Fanling Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
  • In the 2019/20 and 2020/21 school years, under the new normal, our school used Learning Management System (LMS) to carry out real-time remote teaching to cater for the learning needs of cross-boundary students.
  • In the 2017/18 school year, we implemented electronic administration to enhance administrative efficiency. In the 2016/17 school year, we have also set up an "e-learning study room" and an “e-learning team” to support teachers and students in using e-learning tools.
  • In the 2014/15 school year, we launched the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) scheme in certain classes, and the scheme has now been extended to all the junior classes. Parent seminars relating to IT in education is held every year so as to enhance home-school cooperation as well as to strengthen parents’ confidence in e-learning.
  • We make good use of different e-learning platforms and tools and hold activities, including Virtual Reality (VR) trainings, outdoor field trips, in different subjects such as Chinese Language, Geography, Citizenship and Social Development, Life and Society, school-based STEAM Education and Mathematics, in order to enhance the learning and teaching effectiveness and strengthen students’ self-directed learning abilities.

Mr PANG Yui-lik

Mr WAN Man-kit 

Tel:
2669 9966

HK SKH Bishop Hall Secondary School
  • In the 2018/19 school year, our school launched the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) scheme in all Secondary 1 classes and then extended to the whole school in the 2020/21 school year.
  • A large number of teaching videos were produced by our teachers and a repository with categorized video channels was set up in the Microsoft Stream platform to cater for students’ diverse learning needs.
  • Our students are used to using OneNote to organise their notes and add multimedia elements for future revision. Furthermore, students use the immersive reader function in OneNote to brush up their listening and speaking skills.
  • Our students use different e-learning tools to respond to teachers’ questions in forms of text and images. Instead of one-to-one question-and-answer mode, teachers can make use of the e-learning tools to facilitate classroom interaction and thus achieve full class participation.
  • Our teachers are good at using various e-learning tools to deploy electronic assignments with automatic marking and grading function so that learning data can be collected as lesson feedbacks.
  • The AI analysis tool, Microsoft Insight, is used to actively track students’ classroom performance during online classes. Our teachers will receive useful data that help them adjust their teaching strategies so as to facilitate students’ learning in online lessons.

Mr KAN Ka-hei

Mr YAN Yiu-wing

Tel:
2347 9224

Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School
  • Our school utilises wireless network and mobile computer devices to enhance the learning and teaching effectiveness of various subjects, including Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Humanities, Citizenship and Social Development, Geography and school-based Maker Education.
  • We have established an “e-Leadership and e-Learning Team” to provide administrative support and strengthen the implementation of IT in education in all subjects.
  • We have fully implemented the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme. In this school year, we have adopted e-books and e-resources in Chinese Language, English Language, Mathematics, Chinese History, Geography, Putonghua and Computer Studies so as to go in line with the relevant Community of Practice promoted by the Education Bureau.
  • We use “Flipped Classroom” in English Language, Citizenship and Social Development, to enhance students’ self-directed learning.
  • School-based Maker Education has already been integrated into our junior secondary curriculum to foster students’ IT competence and computational thinking through developing their “hands-on” abilities and creativity.
  • We apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education to enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching.
  • We, in collaboration with different universities and partners, conduct various e-learning activities.

Mr KONG Man-kei, Alex

Ms LEE Ming-yi, Portia

Tel:
2336 2657

Man Kwan Pak Kau College
  • Our school integrates and implements IT in Education into classroom teaching to enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching.
  • In 2014, we kick-started “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme in Secondary 1. Since 2016/17, BYOD scheme has extended to all junior form classes.
  • Our IT in Education Team was invited by other organisations as guest speakers to promote the use of IT in Education in order to enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching.
  • As one of the selected schools in the Enriched IT Class Programme and CUHK Jockey Club AI for the Future Project, we run enriched IT classes and introduces AI curriculum in junior forms to provide intensive IT training to students who are interested and talented in IT. This cultivates students' computational thinking.
  • We incorporate a blended mode approach by combining online and offline learning activities to enhance students’ learning experience.

Mr LAI Fu-wai

Ms TSANG Yuen-ying

Tel:
2448 2960

Maryknoll Secondary School
  • Our school promotes blended learning to strengthen students' self-directed learning and technology-based learning habits.
  • We have rich experience in implementing flipped classrooms in subjects, like Citizenship and Social Development / Liberal Studies and Religious Studies, combined with a variety of teaching modes, such as Virtual Reality and interacting with mobile computer devices to promote students' more deep learning.
  • We have rich experience in combining Emmaus Pedagogy and e-learning methodology to conduct value education in Religious Studies.
  • We use a Learning Management System in complementary with the implementation of the school’s “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme to further strengthen the interactions and immediate feedback in lessons and enhance students' self-directed learning.
  • We also collaborate with various professional communities in the educational sector, such as different teacher professional associations and tertiary institutions, to organise professional training workshops on e-learning to promote teachers’ professional development.
  • We value the teaching of information literacy and have included relevant content and skills in the curriculum.

Mr CHEUNG Kelvin

Mr LUI Yam-wang

Tel:
2758 3102

Shatin Pui Ying College
  • Our school has extensive use of knowledge management which enables better decision making and provides the conditions for innovation.
  • We have a strong tradition of in-house programming and system implementation which streamlines all information processes and workflows. We have solid experiences on system integration and Single-Sign-On (SSO) implementation.
  • We have established “E-learning Development Team” to promote blended learning and facilitate teachers’ professional development.
  • We promote STEM Education by integrating STEM Education in IT and Science curricula. STEM Academy has been being run for several years in order to supplement the normal curriculum.
  • We research on AI and IoT applications in the school environment and cultivate gifted students’ innovative ability in those areas.

Mr MAK Ka-man, Kevin

Tel:
3698 3669

SKH Li Fook Hing Secondary School
  • Our school not only proactively develops innovative technology education and a digital campus but also intensely strives to integrate IT into learning and teaching, and school administration in order to enhance the effectiveness.
  • We fully use the parent app and electronic real-time payment system to enhance home-school communication. We migrated the existing student information system from our school server to a professional cloud server for a better performance.
  • We enhanced the Wi-Fi infrastructure in order for the use of e-learning resources in classrooms that enhances teacher-student interaction.
  • All Secondary 1 students use mobile computer devices in a 1:1 manner for achieving creative interactive classroom. Meanwhile, we actively strengthens Information Literacy (IL) related education. Under the new normal, the use of mobile computer devices enable students to continue their learning at home.
  • We apply the newest technology in education. We have adopted Google Workspace for Education and Chromebook for Google Classroom from early years. In the 2017/18 school year, we used Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) technology to optimise all classroom desktop computers and equipped a laser touch interactive panel in some of the special rooms.
  • As early in the 2016/17 school year, we launched the new DIY and VR experience activity called “STEM with Google VR Cardboard”, and further promoted reading using Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). In the 2019/20 school year, we built an intelligent library, making use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to replace the original barcode scanning when carrying out book circulation and inventory management. 
  • Granted by the Quality Education Fund, we assisted local primary and secondary schools to develop school-based STEM Education curriculum.

Mr CHAN Tsun-ming

Mr HUNG Kwok-ho

Tel:
2560 5678

CCC Tam Lee Lai Fun Memorial Secondary School
  • Our school has been striving to promote e-learning since the 2014/15 school year, by upgrading the Wi-Fi network, and purchasing iPads for students to use in lessons. In the same year, we successfully applied for a Quality Education Fund (QEF) grant to implement the gMath Project in order to promote e-learning in Mathematics. G Suite accounts were also set up to facilitate daily teaching and learning, which is especially important as students have to learn online during the pandemic.
  • In the 2015/16 school year, we were granted by QEF for an EdV online learning programme which aimed at preparing students before and after lessons. In the 2016/17 school year, we successfully applied for QEF gMath Project (Phase II) to further benefit other schools in learning Mathematics with iPad.
  • In the 2019/20 school year, we set up Apple TVs in all classrooms and also implemented a “one teacher one device” programme to facilitate teachers’ daily teaching with iPads.
  • We believe IT in education is crucial in the 21st century and e-learning will definitely enhance interactivity and cater for learner diversity in lessons. In the 2020/21 school year, “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme was adopted in Secondary 1 to further develop their self-directed learning and collaborative skills.

Ms PUN Kit-wah, Jasmine

Tel:
3698 3571

Yan Chai Hospital Law Chan Chor Si College
  • Our school employs the use of mobile computer devices, Learning Management System (LMS), together with school-based curricula, to support e-learning activities including Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), interactive classroom teaching, game-based learning and outdoor investigation, and to enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching.
  • We proactively develop IT in education, in particular with significant development in Chinese Language and humanities subjects. Different e-learning platforms and apps are used to arouse students’ interest in learning and to enhance learning outcomes.
  • In 2015, we adopted e-reading scheme which aims to promote students’ interest in reading.
  • In 2015, we established an e-learning centre called Fun Fun Zone. In this new learning space, our students can participate in different e-activities and make use of electronic devices to conduct self-directed learning easily.
  • As one of the selected schools in the “Enriched IT Programme”, we have run enriched IT classes to provide AR, VR, AI and coding trainings to students who are interested and talented in IT.

Ms CHAN Hiu-mui

Tel:
2682 1315

Yuen Long Merchants Association Secondary School
  • A whole school approach is adopted to promote blended learning at school. Real-time online teaching was carried out during the class suspension. Microsoft Teams was also employed to conduct online assessment and Secondary One Discretionary Places online interview.
  • Various online learning platforms and educational apps are applied in lessons to cater for learner diversity and nurture students’ generic skills, and engage students in self-directed learning, “learning how to learn” and knowledge building.
  • With the use of e-learning tools, learning is extended outside the classroom and integrated with Other Learning Experiences (OLE) activities, e.g. virtual visit for the elderly, virtual study tour and online activity day.

Ms WONG Fung-ming

Mr CHAN Po-yuen

Tel:
2478 7348