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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

 

2020/21 School Year

Strength of Schools - Special Schools

 

 Name of School Strength of School Contact
Hong Chi Morninghill School, Tuen Mun

- Our school is a special school. Since 2010, our school has implemented e-learning; and in 2014, we have started the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme. Up till now, it covers over 70% of the students and every student is with their own devices. All our teachers are used to using mobile computer devices in teaching flexibly.

- Our school, in collaboration with other special schools, has developed a "Student Learning Profile (SLP)" platform in alignment with the Learning Progression Framework (LPF) to enable teachers to assess students’ learning performance more systematically.

- More than 20 teachers and therapists of our school have been invited to share their experiences of how to make good use of e-learning tools to enhance the learning experiences of Special Educational Needs (SEN) students, including the use of different Apps in the classroom, experiences in implementing the school-based BYOD scheme in special schools and game-based learning, etc. We also shared our experience in fusing STEM education with other subjects in Learning and Teaching Expos. Our students can construct their knowledge in different subjects by making good use of mobile computer devices.

- Our school has also organised e-learning sharing sessions, opened lessons to teachers for observation, as well as arranged students to serve as teaching assistants to display their works and achievements and to demonstrate how to use IT to facilitate learning.

Mr HO Fung

Tel: 2455 3038