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Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks (QTNs)

The QEF Thematic Network was initiated in 2006 to disseminate good practices derived from QEF projects and promote professional sharing through networking different schools and educational bodies. For more details on QTNs in the 2021/22 school year, kindergartens please browse EDB Circular Memorandum No.19/2021 and primary, secondary and special schools, please browse EDB Circular Memorandum No.18/2021.

  • QEF Thematic Network on “Web-Based Learning for Students with Diverse Needs (Reading and Writing) at the Junior Secondary Level” (2021/22)

  • Co-ordinator : Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Education University of Hong Kong

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This QTN aims at establishing a school network in supporting the diverse learning needs (reading and writing) of junior secondary students. Through different kinds of training such as workshops and lesson observations, teachers’ professional capacity will be enhanced. Teachers will be able to use different strategies to improve their pedagogies in reading and writing. New information technology elements will be incorporated in the learning materials to cater for learner diversity.
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  • QEF Thematic Network on “Promoting Wellness in School” (2021/22)

  • Co-ordinator : The Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, The University of Hong Kong

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This QTN aims at helping participating schools develop into well-being-first schools where the well-being of students is the top priority. The project includes three stages, namely development, establishment and cultivation. Adopting the biological, psychological and social framework, the project is set out to promote holistic health education.
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  • QEF Thematic Network on “Facilitating STEM Education at the Upper Primary Level through Robotic Activities” (2021/22)

  • STEM Education
  • Co-ordinator : Buddhist Ho Nam Kam College

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This QTN aims at promoting STEM education through equipping teachers of participating schools with the knowledge and skills of designing robotic-related learning activities to arouse students’ interest in STEM education. During the project period, regular inter-school sharing and discussion sessions will be conducted to enhance teachers' professional development. The learning community so established under the QTN will be maintained after the completion of this project for sustaining exchange among teachers and professional development. Participating schools can continue to use the equipment purchased under the QTN by the co-ordinating school.
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  • QEF Thematic Network on “Positive Education for Whole Child Development” (2021/22)

  • Pre-primary EducationValues Education
  • Co-ordinator : Centre for University and School Partnership, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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This QTN aims at encouraging schools to promote positive education and culture so as to cultivate a positive attitude among children towards learning and life; assisting schools to strengthen home-school co-operation to foster whole child development; and promoting professional sharing through networking different schools for capacity building of teachers and schools, which will lay a foundation for the establishment of school network for sustainable development in the future.
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  • QEF Thematic Network on “Issue-based Exploration to Foster Students’ Critical Thinking Skills and Positive Values – “Cognition; Thinking; Experience and Application”” (2021/22)

  • Liberal Studies
  • Co-ordinator : Sha Tin Methodist College

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This QTN aims at enhancing teachers’ professional capacity for integrating knowledge, skills, attitude and action into the learning and teaching of Citizenship and Social Development. In addition to developing students’ knowledge and skills, the Citizenship and Social Development curriculum also includes exploratory activities and practical applications for students’ internalisation of values and the concept of sustainable development learned. The project will enhance teachers’ understanding of issue-inquiry learning so as to foster students’ critical thinking skills and positive values. Collaborative lesson planning, observation and review of lessons will be arranged to enhance teachers’ professional growth.
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