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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 - Special Schools

 

Name of SchoolStrength of SchoolContact
Hong Chi Morninghill School, Tuen Mun
  • Our school has implemented e-learning since 2010 and has started the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) scheme in 2014. Currently, over 70% of students have joined the scheme. Each student is equipped with a mobile computer device which helps them construct their knowledge in different subjects.
  • We, in collaboration with other special schools, have developed a "Student Learning Profile" (SLP) platform in alignment with the “Learning Progression Framework” (LPF) to allow more systematic assessment of students’ learning outcomes.
  • All of our teachers can flexibly apply mobile computer devices in teaching. Our teachers and therapists are experienced in using e-learning  tools to enhance learning effectiveness of students with Special Educational Needs.  They are invited to share their experience in using different apps in classrooms, implementing the school-based BYOD scheme in special schools, promoting game-based learning and fusing STEM Education with other subjects, etc.
  • We have also organised e-learning sharing sessions and open lessons for experience exchange with co-workers.  On such occasions, students will become teaching assistants to share their learning outcomes which demonstrates how Information Technology has increased their learning effectiveness.

Mr HO Fung


Ms BUT Ka-man


Tel:
2455 3038