The last few years have witnessed a dramatic change in the learning model. The way students are being taught today is very different from the teaching methods that were adopted a few decades back. Technology has brought about various changes in the way education is delivered and received.
Morgan Stanley and The Women’s Foundation Join Forces to Empower Disadvantaged Girls Pursuing University STEM Degrees in Hong Kong
The Education Bureau (EDB) welcomed the announcement by the Ministry of Education on the detailed arrangements of the Scheme for Admission of Hong Kong Students to Mainland Higher Education Institutions (Admission Scheme) for the 2023/24 academic year. The number of Mainland higher education institutions participating in the Admission Scheme will increase to 132, coming from 21 provinces/municipalities and one autonomous region of the Mainland.
Teaching is a phenomenal career – it’s gratifying to make a difference in the youth. Yet, it’s also a career that comes with its challenges that many aren’t aware of.
To the everyday person, teaching children seems like a breeze. The misconception comes from the idea that teachers get school holidays and half days – but that’s far from the truth. In addition, while there are challenges in the classroom, outside of school hours, there are as many challenges.
While the rewards outweigh the challenges, it’s still important to understand teachers’ roles and the problems they overcome.
Education is a key pillar of inclusive economic and social development, but as times change, education needs to improve and eradicate the gaps and inequalities within the sector. The future of education is being transformed by technological progress, and the skills used in the workforce are being updated.
Society and the professional world continue to evolve and change with the growth of technology and the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This, in turn, has had a tremendous impact on the educational sphere, leading to a number of growing trends in the world of education.
Subsidy amount and eligibility for Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme for Self-financing Undergraduate Studies in Hong Kong in 2023/24 academic year announced.
Learning & Teaching Expo 2022 - Learning & Teaching expo is open to educational and trade professionals only with FREE ADMISSION.
Dedicated Webpage on Using e-Learning Modes - This webpage aims to provide references and resources to facilitate teachers adopting different e-learning strategies, e.g. using e-learning platforms, flipped classroom approach, real-time online teaching, etc. to support students’ home learning.
Introduction of Gifted Education in Hong Kong - To stretch and nurture gifted students with appropriate learning opportunities and challenges, the Education Bureau stated in the Education Commission Report No.4 that Hong Kong should develop school-based programmes in mainstream schools, which was affirmed by the positive outcomes of the research and projects conducted thereafter. The report, as a milestone, initiated the development and implementation of gifted education in Hong Kong. The mission of gifted education is to encourage mainstream schools to nourish gifted / high ability students through school-based gifted development programmes to meet their educational needs. On-site and off-school support is provided to schools in facilitating them to foster the multiple potentials of the gifted.
Professional Ladder for Teachers - The Professional Ladder for Teachers in Hong Kong is established with an aim to promote teachers’ professional growth and enhance teachers’ professional status. It adopts the professional roles of teachers and principals as portrayed in the “T-standard+” as the goals for teachers’ professional development, and the three core elements of teachers’ professional growth (including professional competencies; professional values and conduct; and aspiration for self-advancement through self-reflection) as its foundation. The Professional Ladder for Teachers in Hong Kong is established with an aim to promote teachers’ professional growth and enhance teachers’ professional status. It adopts the professional roles of teachers and principals as portrayed in the “T-standard+” as the goals for teachers’ professional development, and the three core elements of teachers’ professional growth (including professional competencies; professional values and conduct; and aspiration for self-advancement through self-reflection) as its foundation.