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2030 vision: 5 ways the world’s educators must adapt to the new machine age

Economist Intelligence Unit report commissioned by newly launched Yidan Prize Foundation stresses need to integrate technology in classrooms, and prioritise vocational training and adaptability

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM
2030 vision: 5 ways the world’s educators must adapt to the new machine age

Economist Intelligence Unit report commissioned by newly launched Yidan Prize Foundation stresses need to integrate technology in classrooms, and prioritise vocational training and adaptability

Expert teaches Hong Kong families how to play meaningfully with children

Catalina Parentini designs custom-made plans for children as young as 6 months old to learn through play. Many parents and carers don’t know how to stimulate young kids, says the educator.

15 Mar 2016 - 1:40PM
Expert teaches Hong Kong families how to play meaningfully with children

Catalina Parentini designs custom-made plans for children as young as 6 months old to learn through play. Many parents and carers don’t know how to stimulate young kids, says the educator.

Meaning, genre and purpose most important in motivating children to write

Author and educational consultant Matt Glover shares his tips for getting your children to effectively put pen to paper at home and in school

29 Feb 2016 - 8:30PM
Meaning, genre and purpose most important in motivating children to write

Author and educational consultant Matt Glover shares his tips for getting your children to effectively put pen to paper at home and in school

The Hong Kong centres getting children ready for kindergarten
Hong Kong to get another American school this year, in Tai Po district

The venture, Dubai-based Esol Education’s first in East Asia, will operate a kindergarten and elementary, middle and high schools, and teach Common Core, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programmes

5 Jan 2016 - 4:00AM
Hong Kong to get another American school this year, in Tai Po district

The venture, Dubai-based Esol Education’s first in East Asia, will operate a kindergarten and elementary, middle and high schools, and teach Common Core, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programmes

Expats who try to instil some of their country's culture in their children

It can be hard for smaller expatriate communities to pass their culture on to the next generation, but some find ways to address this challenge 

3 Nov 2015 - 8:00AM
Expats who try to instil some of their country's culture in their children

It can be hard for smaller expatriate communities to pass their culture on to the next generation, but some find ways to address this challenge 

Learning from 18 to 80: Hong Kong's adult education boom

From professionals upgrading their skills, to working adults seeking intellectual fulfilment, retirees attending tertiary classes, and home learners studying online and via MOOCs, there's been an explosion in lifelong learning. Policymakers need to take note.

2 Oct 2015 - 12:06PM
Learning from 18 to 80: Hong Kong's adult education boom

From professionals upgrading their skills, to working adults seeking intellectual fulfilment, retirees attending tertiary classes, and home learners studying online and via MOOCs, there's been an explosion in lifelong learning. Policymakers need to take note.

Group that's helping Hong Kong kids to give back to their communities

The programme, which has backing from Google, aims to inspire social awareness in the city's children and empower them to contribute to the places they live in by using their ingenuity.

27 Aug 2015 - 9:35PM
Group that's helping Hong Kong kids to give back to their communities

The programme, which has backing from Google, aims to inspire social awareness in the city's children and empower them to contribute to the places they live in by using their ingenuity.

The gadget for reading aloud to your kids when you can't be there
Two languages in class better than one, Hong Kong teachers say
Special curriculum helps creative Hong Kong students gain skills

At theHKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity in Kowloon City, students can enrol in a "double track" curriculum, allowing them to obtain both the standard Diploma of Secondary Education and the recently accredited Diploma in Creative Arts.

22 Jun 2015 - 6:27AM
Special curriculum helps creative Hong Kong  students gain skills

At theHKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity in Kowloon City, students can enrol in a "double track" curriculum, allowing them to obtain both the standard Diploma of Secondary Education and the recently accredited Diploma in Creative Arts.

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