(AA): 2011/02/28 (Mon) 14:30 - 16:30
Function Room, 25/F, Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups Building, 21 Pak Fuk Road, North Point, HK
This seminar is the second one in the Internet Safety Series, and it aims to enhance participants¡¦ recognition on cyber crimes and internet security.
1. Relationship between the cyber world and legal trap;
2. Cyber crimes commonly committed by youths; and
3. How to assist youths to develop an appropriate manner when using the Internet.
For details of program, please refer to here.
(AA) 2011/03/17 (Thu) 14:30 - 16:30
Secondary School Curriculum Coordinators, Careers Teachers and Teachers
This workshop is the third activity of the Internet Safety Series, and it aims to enhance participants¡¦ awareness of cyber culture and how to handle internet addiction.
1. How to identify and assess internet addiction;
2. The possible causes and effects of internet addiction;
3. Experience-sharing on how to handle internet addiction; and
4. Case studies.
For details, please refer to here.
(AA): 7 Mar 2011
(AA): 2011/01/26 (Wed) 14:00 - 17:00
Room 422, 4/F., West Block, EDB Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre, 19 Suffolk Road, Kowloon Tong
To acquaint teachers with knowledge on dysfluency and support strategies for students with dysfluency
(AA): 21 Jan 2011
(AA) 2011/01/13 (Thu) 08:45 - 12:00
(AB) 2011/01/31 (Mon) 13:45 - 17:00
Principals & Teachers of Secondary Schools
The seminar aims at exploring with school principals and teachers the proper attitude of students in doing their learning and assessment activities, and ways to authenticate students¡¦ work. Roles of different parties, including the schools, EDB and HKEAA in promoting work originality and respect for intellectual property will also be discussed. Besides, the administrative and legal considerations of schools in checking authenticity of students¡¦ assessment tasks and activities by technological means will be explored.
(AA): 6 Jan 2011
(AB): 24 Jan 2011
(AA): 2011/02/26 (Sat) 09:30 - 12:00
Education Bureau Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre, Room E418, 4/F, East Block, 19 Suffolk Road, Kowloon Tong (Exit E, Kowloon Tong MTR Station)
1. Brief introduction of the functions of Adobe Acrobat software;
2. Demonstrate the conversion of different files to PDF format, and explain the tips in file conversion procedure;
3. Explain the difference between Acrobat PDF files and those PDF files converted by other freeware (e.g. free online PDF converter);
4. Illustrate the difference in display format of PDF files shown by different electronic readers;
5. Hands-on practice of using the software for making electronic learning and teaching materials;
6. Sharing by frontline teachers the successful experiences of application of the software in learning and teaching of primary schools and the selection of suitable e-Learning materials; and
7. Questions & Answers.
(AA) Session 1: 2011/01/21 (Fri) 14:30 - 16:30
(AA) Session 2: 2011/01/21 (Fri) 14:30 - 16:30
The course comprises two parts: a ten-hour self-learning web-based session and a two-hour face-to-face sharing session. Participants are expected to complete the web-based session in January and February, which includes five chapters.
12 CPD hours will be granted to participants who have successfully completed the following:
1) Chapter-End Assessments
2) Programme-End Evaluation Form
3) A 2-hour Face-to-Face Session: experience sharing by an ApL participating school
(AA):13 Jan 2011
(AA):2011/01/13 (Thu) 14:15 - 17:15
Lecture Theatre, 4/F, West Block, EDB Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre, 19 Suffolk Road, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon.
The sharing session aims to provide opportunities for the participants to better understand how to enhance learning and teaching effectiveness through designing and implementing a school-based curriculum based on students' needs and abilities.
(AA): 7 Jan 2011
(AA) Session 1: 2011/01/14 (Fri) 15:30 - 17:30
Principals and teachers of all primary, secondary and special Schools
This briefing session aims to share first-hand experience of applying Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) in promoting Reading to Learn ¡V from preparation, implementation to evaluation.
1. Sharing by SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School on applying web library system in motivating students¡¦ interest in reading;
2. Introduction of effective ways to utilize reading materials in web library with Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) to enhance self-learning ability and to facilitate the conducting of project-based learning; and
3. Introduction to the use of web library system in promoting cross-curricular reading and to facilitate the formation of reading groups among students for peer-learning; and
4. Questions and Answers.
5 Jan 2011
(AA): 2011/01/29 (Sat) 09:30 - 13:30
(AB): 2011/02/24 (Thu) 09:30 - 13:30
Computer Room 2, English Language Centre, City University of Hong Kong
1. To consider how to effectively address the issue of learner diversity in the implementation of the NSS English Language curriculum;
2. To demonstrate how to cater for students' different learning styles, interests and abilities through adapting one of the Elective modules; and
3. To engage participants in a hands-on session to adapt parts of an Elective module to cater for learner diversity.
(AA) Session 1: 2011/01/25 (Tue) 08:30 - 11:45
(AA) Session 2: 2011/01/25 (Tue) 12:45 - 16:00
Secondary English Language Panel Heads and Teachers
1. To develop participants' capacity in teaching the module 'Learning English through Poems and Songs' in the Elective Part of the three-year senior secondary English Language curriculum by enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the genres of poems and songs; and
2. To provide a range of hands-on activities for participants to explore the language and features of a variety of poems and song lyrics.
(AA):8 Jan 2011