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Hong Kong Geoexpat (hk)
Hong Kong Geoexpat
Particularly useful if you are an educator and planning to move to Hong Kong
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'The Hong Kong iLearn at home' Programme (hk)
In order to mitigate the impact of digital divide on the quality of learning and drive wider adoption of Internet learning in a safe and healthy manner, the Financial Secretary announced in his 2010 budget a two-pronged strategy to assist students from low-income families to undertake web-based learning at home.
The "i Learn at home" Internet Learning Support Programme was launched on 14 July 2011.
This five-year programme aims at helping eligible families to acquire affordable computer equipment and Internet access services, so that their school-age children can undertake web-based learning at home and providing them with user and social support.
The Government has engaged The Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong (BGCA) and "WebOrganic" to implement the programme in the Eastern and Western parts of Hong Kong respectively. Eligible students and families are most welcome to join the programme to enjoy the services and offers provided by them.
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Hong Kong Education News : Curated at ScoopIT
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Hong Kong Education Bureau YouTube Channel (hk)
Hong Kong Education Bureau YouTube Channel
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British Council : Connecting Classrooms (hk)
British Council : Connecting Classrooms
Connecting Classrooms is a British Council managed programme working in over 50 countries that offers school partnerships, professional development courses, accreditation and the chance to share best practice with international counterparts.
Links through Connecting Classrooms to schools in the developing world are funded in partnership with the UK Government through the Department for International Development
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FAQs on Copyright (Amendment) Ordinance 2007 (hk)
FAQs on Copyright (Amendment) Ordinance 2007
The Amendment Ordinance introduced new exemptions for the education sector, persons with print disability and public bodies.
Furthermore, a new permitted act was added for the playing of sound broadcast in vehicles.
These copyright exemptions came into effect on 6 July 2007.
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Island School Alumni Association (hk)
Island School Alumni Association
... the official alumni of Island School in Hong Kong. The ISAA is forging a community of former students as well as current and former teachers.
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An Expat Educator in Asia [HK Blog] (hk)
An Expat Educator in Asia [HK Blog]
This Blog exists to support teachers from all sectors in Hong Kong.
It is also a place to share thoughts and reflections on how learners can get the best from living and learning in "Asia's World City".
Hope you get something from my all too erratic posts.
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Hong Kong : Videos and PowerPoints
Hong Kong : Videos and PowerPoints
The link above goes to one of the Shambles "Forest of Theme Blogs" pages that provides videos and other multimedia resources to support the topic here.
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Hong Kong Baby and Parenting Resources (hk)
Hong Kong Baby and Parenting Resources
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List of Hong Kong Catholic Schools (over 300) (hk)
List of Hong Kong Catholic Schools (over 300)
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British Council (hk)
British Council in Hong Kong
Whether you're interested in Kindergarten English or postgraduate study in the UK, young learner exams or Chevening scholarships, creative arts and science events or resources on all aspects of the UK - visit our Customer Services Centre on the third floor of the British Council (or the website) and we will give you the advice and information you need.
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The Princeton Review Hong Kong
For more than twenty years, America's top performing test preparation company has been helping students to optimize their performance and achieve "better scores" to gain entry to "better schools". Now, with branches in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur and Mumbai, it has never been easier for students in Asia to access the worldwide resources of The Princeton Review. We will help you score higher on the SAT, SAT II, SSAT, TOEFL, GRE, LSAT and GMAT so you can attend the top boarding schools, universities or business schools of your choice.
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Secondary Schools IT Training Scheme (hk)
The Secondary Schools IT Training Scheme (SSITTS) (?he Scheme?, jointly organised by the Commerce, Industry and Technology Bureau, the Education and Manpower Bureau, PCCW, the Hong Kong Computer Society and the Hong Kong Education City (?he Organisers?, was launched in September 2002. Under the Scheme, 20 university graduates were employed as IT Trainers to provide practical IT training to Form 4 to Form 7 secondary school students through extra-curricular project-based IT training programmes.
The objectives of the Scheme are:
- To give our students a competitive edge in establishing a career in the IT field or pursuing future study in IT by providing them with relevant IT skills;
- To provide our students with basic business skills for better career preparation; and
- To enable our students to learn authentically under a problem-based and project-based learning environment.
hk | hong kong | it | ict | training |
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IT in Education Study (hk)
IT in Education Study .. in Hong Kong
research | ICT |
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Hong Kong with Kids (hk)
This is an English web guide for families with young children living in Hong Kong. Hong Kong is an exciting and cosmopolitan city.
However, when talking about high quality facilities for children or real child-friendly places, there are very limited in town. The purpose of this website is to extract the limited part of Hong Kong regarding things for the young kids to do, to eat, to see, to hear, to look at, to smell, to laugh at, to feel good about, to play on, and to learn about in Hong Kong.
hong kong | hk | portal | early years |
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Report of Language Education Review
Report of Language Education Review
The Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) has issued the final report of its language education review.
It summarises the views received by the committee in the public consultation exercise conducted in the first two months of 2003 and sets out the final recommendations of the Committee.
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Pre-school / Kindergarten in Hong Kong (hk)
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Workplace English Campaign (hk)
Workplace English Campaign
In order to heighten the public awareness of the importance of workplace English and to raise the standard of English of the Hong Kong workforce, The HKSAR Government launched a Workplace English Campaign in February 2000 as a major initiative to enhance the English language competence in our workforce.
Public education and publicity activities. The establishment of the Hong Kong workplace English benchmarks for six identified job types:
Clerks | Executive/Associate Professionals | Front-line services personnel | Low-proficiency job types | Reptionist & telephone operators | Secretaries |
The provision of the Funding Scheme of Workplace English Training to subsidize corporations to develop training courses and for individual employees to attend training courses and attempt the international tests.
Hong Kong | hk | english | test | scheme |
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Education Institutions in Hong Kong (hk)
Education Institutions in Hong Kong (hk) listed on the government website.
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