|17 Sep 2021||'i-Journey' Fair: Dissemination Event for 'i-Journey' Paid Non-local Study Leave Scheme for Teachers (Second Cohort) is open for applications. Please click here for more details.|
|28 May 2021||Deadline for submitting the Application Form (Appendix C) of the 4th Cohort of the Scheme has been postponed to 25 June 2021 (Friday). Please click here for more details.|
|25 May 2021||The Briefing Session (4th Cohort) (For Primary School Teachers) was successfully held on 21 May 2021. The Powerpoint slides about the school-based project proposal writing have been uploaded for applicants' reference. Please click here for details.|
|3 May 2021||The 4th Cohort of the Scheme is open for applications. Please click here for more details.|
|31 July 2020||Uploaded "iMPACT" - An e-Publication for disseminating 'i-Journey' participants' valuable experiences of project implementation and insights from the programmes|
The 'i-Journey' Paid Non-local Study Leave Scheme for Teachers aims to create a unique learning experience for participants, where they will start with an inquiry, get inspired in the process, and most importantly, bring an impact on their teaching/ student learning/ school development. "i" refers to the 3 crucial elements of this Scheme – inquire, inspire and impact, and together they make a fruitful learning journey.
|Phase One||i. Pre-trip Preparation||A one-week period in Hong Kong for structured learning in a local university and developing a school-based project proposal.|
|ii. Overseas Experience||A five-week period for structured learning in an overseas university with school attachment/visits, during which participants further develop and finalise their proposals with the knowledge and experience gained.|
|iii. Post-trip Consolidation||A two-week period upon returning to Hong Kong for consolidation, write-up of a detailed implementation plan for the school-based project and participating in related courses/activities.|
|Phase Two||iv. Implementation of Finalised Proposal||A one-year period for the implementation of the school-based project in participants’ schools with a view to bringing positive changes; and the sharing of good practices with a larger professional community.|
For programme(s) is/are applicable for primary school teachers, teachers who
For programme(s) is/are applicable for secondary school teachers, teachers who
For details, please refer to Information Notes to Applicants (Appendix A).
For further information about the Scheme, please contact the School Leadership & Professional Development Section, Education Bureau: