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Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks - Tertiary Institutes (QTN-T)

This programme is the continuation of the University-School Support Programmes financed by the Education Development Fund. With the experience in research-based pedagogy and classroom practices, the tertiary institutes will provide schools with diversified professional support services to cater for different schools’ development needs.

  • Play-Learn-Grow in Hong Kong Kindergartens (2021/22)

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

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The project aims to provide professional support to the kindergarten education sector for strengthening their leadership development and enhancing teachers’ professional capacity for designing and implementing play-based curriculum to foster whole-child development.
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  • Mindshift Educational Networking Programme (Phase III) (2021/22)

  • Mental Health
  • Co-ordinator : Department of Psychiatry, The University of Hong Kong

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To enhance teachers’ understanding of mental health, and their knowledge (including mental health problems induced by being frequently exposed to stressful events during the social unrest, such as acute stress disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc.) and skills in handling stress-induced emotional and behavioural problems arising from students; To develop a positive mental health culture in secondary schools by enhancing the wellness of mind and body and increasing capacity to handle mental health concerns; To cultivate a friendly environment by promoting a mental health awareness in schools; and To enhance students’ understanding of mental wellness and illness, skills to cope with stress and emotions, and empathy towards people with mental illness (in particular psychosis).
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  • Enhancing Assessment Literacy of Teachers in Primary/Secondary Schools (2021/22)

  • Assessment Literacy
  • Co-ordinator : Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong

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The project aims to enhance assessment literacy of English Language teachers through whole-school curriculum planning.
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  • Self-directed Learning as a Strategy to Promote STEM Education (2021/22)

  • STEM Education
  • Co-ordinator : e-Learning Development Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Hong Kong

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To support the participating schools in strategic planning and implementation of STEM-related lessons and curriculum using a whole-school approach; To strengthen curriculum leadership, foster collaboration across STEM-related KLAs / subjects such as Mathematics, Science / General Studies and Technology Education; To enhance teachers’ professional capacity to adopt self-directed learning as a strategy to promote STEM education; and To strengthen students’ ability to integrate and apply knowledge and skills across different subject disciplines to unleash their innovation, and to help them develop positive values.
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  • Self-directed Learning and Curriculum-oriented STEM Education with Progressive Components (2021/22)

  • STEM Education
  • Co-ordinator : Department of Science and Environmental Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong

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The project aims to develop primary and secondary school teachers’ professional capacity to promote STEM education with a stronger linkage to the subject curricula, and enhance the integration across STEM-related disciplines, using self-directed learning as one of the major approaches.
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