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Real Stories

Mr. Lai Ka Shing & Mr. Chan Kin-wing
St. Bonaventure College and High School
School representatives will share their experience of using different eAssessment platforms and resources to make timely feedback and follow-up, and how the overview of individual and overall students’ learning progress can help adjust teaching strategies to enhance learning and teaching effectiveness. Also, students can learn about their strengths and weaknesses via a series of reports so as to define learning objectives accordingly.
Mr Yu Kin Man Simon
Ma On Shan St. Joseph's Secondary School
Mr Yu Kin Man Simon of Ma On Shan St. Joseph's Secondary School is invited to share how they implement“assessment for learning” by using Online Question Bank and STAR, which provide instant feedback consolidate student's learning
Mr. Wong Pak Yick
CCHKFAA Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
Learning data is an important reference in education, in terms of understanding students' ability and learning performance. Watch this and understand how to analyze the data collected, and thereby making appropriate adjustment on teaching strategies to enhance learning and teaching effectiveness.
Mr Tong Kwong-chiu and Ms Chan Wing-yin
Lam Tai Fai College
Mr Tong Kwong-chiu and Ms Chan Wing-yin of Lam Tai Fai College shared how to implement ‘Assessment for Learning’ in classroom, and develop strategies to cater for diverse learning needs.
Mr. Kan Wai Hung
“Our teachers find the Online Question Bank (OQB) a time-saving and user-friendly tool for preparing teaching materials as well as examination papers. In addition, tasks in the OQB are categorized in chronological order according to topics and levels of difficulty. All these features facilitate lesson preparation and allow flexibility for teachers to help students consolidate what they have learnt. The statistical analyses of students’ work completed in OQB not only enable the teachers to understand the overall performance of the students but also individual students’ needs, thus achieving the aim to cater for learner diversity. Furthermore, the in-class use of OQB has also enhanced interactions between students and teachers as instant feedback is available. By using the materials in the OQB, students are able to design their own revision papers and learn at their pace after the lesson.”
Mr. Tong Kwong Chiu
“Traditionally, teachers have to spend much time on selecting questions, printing the test papers out, collecting papers from students, marking the papers, recording and analyzing students’ performances. After using “Online Question Bank”, teachers’ burdens are greatly loosened. Students can do some short exercises daily and test papers once a week, the platform can automatically do the marking to reduce teachers’ workload, as well as to make students practice continually which help enhance the effectiveness of learning. Teachers can simply access the platform in the class to walk through the questions with students and give immediate feedback.”
Mr. Wong Pak Yick
“Teachers can understand students’ learning progress and learning differences by reading the report analysis, which help them adjust teaching strategies continually and appropriately, and put the effect of “Assessment for Learning” into practice.”