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Recent Completed Project
Grantee : Po Leung Kuk Kwong Fuk Kindergarten-cum-Nursery
Project No. : 2015/0452
Dissemination Activities
Content : There were two projects for dissemination in this activity. The first project aimed at developing a set of integrated assessment tools to cater for the diverse developmental needs among pre-primary school pupils. The second project aimed at developing early assessment and identification tools as well as supporting programmes in order to cater for the diverse developmental needs of kindergarten children on areas such as speech, body co-ordination and concentration.
Date : 03.11.2010
Dissemination Activities
Content : Two projects were conducted in this activity. The first project aimed at promoting health education to kindergarten students through helping them develop habits of regular exercise and healthy drinking and eating. Activities organized included parent-child fitness classes, an award scheme, a cooking competition and health talks on how to choose leisure activities and healthy food. The second project aimed at facilitating physical, emotional and social development of pre-school children. Lessons were designed to promote the imagination and of emotion expression of students.
Date : 04.12.2009
Dissemination Activities
Content : Establishing an active and healthy lifestyle for teachers, students and their parents through the setting up of a physical fitness centre at the school. This centre not only facilitated the students’ understanding of the importance of physical fitness, it was also a crucial component in the latest Physical Education Curriculum in which effective and interactive teaching and learning methods were emphasized. The Centre was equipped with systematic digital physical fitness assessment facilities, making it an ideal place to serve as a resource centre in the district as well as assisting teachers to resolve any issues in the implementation of the Physical Education Curriculum.
Date : 13.10.2010
Dissemination Activities
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
Dissemination Activities
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
Recent Completed Project
Grantee : Shanghai Alumni Primary School
Project No. : 2014/0797
Promotion of Products
Grantee : Department of Special Education and Counselling, HKIEd
Product Code: QTN0000003
Recent Completed Project
Grantee : Five Districts Business Welfare Association Chow Chin Yau School
Project No. : 2015/0159
Recent Completed Project
Grantee : The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Education - Division of Policy, Administration & Social Sciences Education
Project No. : 2015/0011
Dissemination Activities
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

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