The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust British Council Core Skills for Life programme is organising a forum, to exchange insights on 21st century skills teaching and learning in blended classroom in response to the pandemic. The forum sessions cover a panellist discussion on 21st century skills in blended classroom along with school sharings on embedding 21st century skills in local primary school English lessons.
Date: 1 March 2021 (Monday)
Time: 16:00 - 18:15 (HKT)
Attendees can benefit from hearing successful stories and experience sharing of how education sector adapts to the new teaching context and applying 21st century skills in different grades of local school classrooms.
Who should attend?
Principals, teachers, educational specialists, NGOs or anyone interested in 21st century skills teaching are welcome.
|16:00 - 16:05||
Welcome and opening remarks
|16:05 - 16:15||
(1) Project school sharing from HKFYG Lee Shau Kee Primary School
“Integrating creativity and language arts components into a P.1 fun language learning task.”
|16:15 - 16:25||
(2) Project school sharing from Tai Po Old Market Public School
“Using blended learning to enhance students’ creativity and digital literacy”
|16:25 - 17:35||
Panel discussion: “Inspirations for effective Core Skills teaching and learning in blended classrooms”
This panel discussion welcomes experienced academics and schoolteachers to share how they applied core skills teaching in a digital classroom. One-year on from Covid-19, what have they learned? What are the best practices? What remains important and what are the areas that are no longer relevant?
Moderated by British Council Representative
|17:35 - 17:45||
(3) Project school sharing from Sha Tau Kok Central Primary School
“Developing collaboration and communication skills through a sports day survey.”
|17:45 - 17:55||
Creative Educators sharing
"Through the Creative Educators' lenses: A glance at our Core Skills journey”
|17:55 - 18:05||
(4.) Project school sharing from Shek Lei St. John's Catholic Primary School
“Finding your way around: promoting reading via critical thinking skills.”
|18:05 - 18:15||Closing|