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In Touch with General Studies


In Touch with General Studies

In Touch with General Studies

Award Chief Executive's Award for Teaching Excellence (2018/2019) (General Studies)
School Tai Po Old Market Public School (Plover Cove)
Awardees: Chen Chi-chung, Tsang Sui-lun

Tai Po Old Market Public School (Plover Cove) places great importance on the teaching of General Studies, where there are a number of specialised teachers in this subject. CHEN Chi-chung has been teaching for more than 20 years, and he considers that General Studies is a subject that can achieve the objective of interdisciplinary education. General Studies is by no means “a subject of no importance”. The subject emphasises much on whole person development, and students can learn about natural environment, communities, history and culture, and arts and creation through diversified activities. It aims not only to impart knowledge but also to cultivate students’ values and humanistic qualities.

Regarding the curriculum design, teachers attach more importance to experiential learning activities, such as letting students work on the farmland in school to experience farmers’ hard work; students can also acquire general knowledge of farming and at the same time learn about science and astronomy. In addition, gaining on-hand experience in the community is one of the major teaching targets. Every year, TSANG Sui-lun takes his students on a tour to the Fu Shin Street market, which has a long history , so that students can observe people’s livelihood and at the same time learn about the history and culture of Tai Po . These experiential learning activities are much more effective than teaching by just reading aloud from textbooks.

Outstanding Teachers

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The new series of “Outstanding Teachers 2021” will introduce several teachers who have won the 2017/18 or 2018/19 Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence. The programme uses documentary approach is to capture how the teachers practice their teaching plans inside and outside the classroom, experience how they break through the traditional text book teaching framework and enhance the curriculum, as well as how they use creative thinking to comply with diversified curriculum design to achieve teaching growth.

The content of this series is both dynamic and static, which includes English language education that can improve English proficiency, technology education that can inspire creative thinking, sports learning that can train the students’ physical fitness and interests in sports, and kindergarten education that is full of fun.
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