Grantee : Active and Independent Education Limited
Product Code: 2008032600
Grantee : The University of Hong Kong
Product Code: CNR0000001
Content : The QEF has invited the STEP Center for Child Development to share with schools the experience of implementing their QEF project, especially the introduction of distinguishing hyperactive and autistic pupils and suggesting relevant learning strategies and activities. Four professionals answered participants’ questions regarding how to take care of pupils with special educational needs. Sir Robert Black College of Education Past Students’ Association Ho Sau Ki School opened their classrooms to lesson observations, letting participants observe how to take care of hyperactive and autistic pupils and had a discussion with the teachers concerned after the lessons.
Date : 07.01.2010
Content : The QEF commissioned the Centre for University and School Partnership of the Chinese University of Hong Kong to set up a QEF Thematic Network on Kindergarten Education (Whole-person Development) starting from 2012/13 school year for capacity building of teachers. 2013 is the 15th Anniversary of QEF and a book containing the feelings of teachers, students and parents was produced. The book will be launched and distributed for free at the venue. Teachers will share teaching strategies on whole-person development of children.
Date : 29.10.2013
Grantee : Department of Special Education and Counselling, HKIEd
Product Code: QTN0000003
Content : To implement curriculum adaptation and promote co-operative learning in Chinese Language and English Language, Pentecostal Yu Leung Fat Primary School has conducted a QEF project to help students of diverse learning ability to develop their high-order thinking skills.
Date : 27.01.2014
Grantee : Sheng Kung Hui Fung Kei Primary School
Project No. : 2012/0185
Content : The QEF encouraged applicants to enhance the efficiency in administrative work and reduces teachers’ workload through the use of a smart card system for attendance checking, fee collection and door lock, etc. To disseminate the project under this theme, QEF arranged a site visit and experience sharing from two schools to encourage other schools to consider applying for funding to use new technology.
Date : 09.10.2009
Grantee : King Lam Catholic Primary School
Project No. : 2011/0382
Content : To enhance senior primary and junior secondary students’ awareness of crime and the consequences, the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong, has conducted a QEF project to help them to develop a right set of values so as to resist temptation of getting involved in bad deeds.
Date : 12.02.2014
Title : Campus TV
Grantee : Buddhist Wong Cheuk Um Primary School
Project No. : 2012/0059
Grantee : Lions College
Project No. : 2012/0154
Grantee : Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Yuen Long)
Project No. : 2012/0224
Grantee : The University of Hong Kong - Department of Psychology
Project No. : 2009/0411

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