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Quality Education Fund Thematic Networks - Schools (QTN-S)

This programme is the continuation of the Professional Development Schools Scheme financed by the Education Development Fund. Schools with exemplary practices in learning and teaching and a good sharing culture will form a network with participating schools, focusing mainly on specific pedagogical themes to promote inter-school collaboration and professional exchange through various exchange activities.

  • Integrating Coding to General Studies School-based Curriculum to Promote STEM Education (2021/22)

  • STEM Education
  • Co-ordinator : Lok Sin Tong Leung Kau Kui Primary School (Branch)

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To enhance General Studies teachers’ ability in designing STEM activities; To assist teachers of the Participating Schools in integrating STEM education and coding in the General Studies curriculum effectively so as to improve the planning of school-based curriculum through the development of curriculum leadership; To integrate computational thinking into General Studies curriculum through the application of Micro:bit; To enhance teachers’ ability in designing “minds-on and hands-on science activities” so as to facilitate students’ learning of science concepts and science process skills; To promote cross-school interaction and professional exchanges by establishing a cross-school learning community; and To develop students’ computational thinking and problem-solving skills.
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  • Promotion of STEM Education through the School-based Science and Bio-technology Curricula (2021/22)

  • STEM Education
  • Co-ordinator : Ho Yu College and Primary School (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen)

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To provide professional training and support to teachers and laboratory technicians of all Participating Schools on Bio-technology and STEM education; To develop Bio-technology and STEM education learning activities for school-based Junior Secondary Science curriculum to enhance students’ knowledge and experimental skills in Bio-technology as well as their creativity and problem solving skills; To establish an interactive learning community to promote cross-school interaction and academic exchange on professional technological innovation; and To strengthen the promotion of Bio-technology and STEM education in the Participating Schools, as well as further promote Bio-technology and STEM education to other schools to enhance Bio-technology and STEM education in Hong Kong.
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  • Implementing AI in STEM Education through Refining School-based Curriculum and Establishing Structured Professional Learning Community (2021/22)

  • STEM Education
  • Co-ordinator : Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School

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To support Participating Schools in establishing STEM learning platforms, such as Aquaponics, propagation of corals, Makers and Artificial Intelligence Lab, so as to facilitate the sustainable development of STEM education in Participating Schools; To broaden the academic and technological vision of the STEM education teams through exchanges among the Participating Schools and their collaboration with universities and related industries; To share the refined designs of learning activities, strategies and action plans of the existing curriculum with more STEM education elements so as to let all students have exposure to STEM education; and To establish the STEM education professional learning community by sharing the rich experience and resources of the Networking Co-ordinating School in the promotion of STEM education, and to promote innovative technology education in the Participating Schools through on-site support.
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  • Enhancing the Non-Chinese Speaking (NCS) Students’ Ability to Learn Chinese Language through Designing and Adapting the School-based Curriculum (2021/22)

  • Chinese Language Education
  • Co-ordinator : Hong Kong Taoist Association Wun Tsuen School

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The project aims to enhance the effectiveness of learning Chinese Language of NCS students through the refinement of the school-based curriculum planning, teaching strategies and the use of assessment tools.
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  • Catering for Learner Diversity and Special Educational Needs through the Use of Diversified Learning and Teaching Strategies or Whole-person Development Approach to Guidance and Discipline (2021/22)

  • Special Educational Needs
  • Co-ordinator : Hong Chi Winifred Mary Cheung Morninghope School

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To implement multi-dimensional pedagogical and assessment strategies in core subjects with reference to the Learning Progression Framework to record students’ performance, so as to promote the effectiveness of learning and teaching; To enhance the learning effectiveness of students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) by refining the school-based curriculum and assessment accommodations that cater for their learning needs To enrich the pedagogical strategies and skills of teachers to teach SEN students; and To help Participating Schools develop and promote school-based and multiple assessment strategies so as to cater for learner diversity.
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