學生學習概覽 – 在新學制下多元出路之應用
The Summative Use of SLP leading to multiple pathways under the New Academic Structure (NAS)
SLP is a summary record of what students achieve, in terms of their whole-person development (other than their results in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) Examination) during the senior secondary years. The purpose of SLP is to provide supplementary information on secondary school leavers' competencies and specialties, in order to give a fuller picture of the students and meet the needs of diverse talents in society.
At students' discretion, SLPs could be used as documents to demonstrate personal qualities and competence to future employers and tertiary institutions. Students could make reference to their SLPs in completing the OEA form and the applications via E-APP. Optionally, they could also upload their SLPs for reference by post-secondary institutions.
Through WebSAMS, schools can upload the Student List and School Reference Report by batch to the designated institutions. WebSAMS has been enhanced to provide necessary support to schools for uploading and maintaining the information to JUPAS and E-APP. Besides, schools are encouraged to use SLP as a means of facilitating students' career planning for the multiple pathways under the NAS at an early stage. Relevant training workshops will be conducted timely by EDB to provide further support to schools. For handouts and details of the workshops and seminars, please refer to the Teacher Professional Development Resources on the EDB webpage. For technical support on WebSAMS, schools are advised to contact their respective liaison officers of EDB.
Who will use SLP under the NAS?
This website is established to help teachers plan the school-based OLE and SLP under the senior secondary curriculum. Building on the existing school practices, teachers could make use of the school examples and community resources as reference to consider how OLE and SLP could be implemented in an effective way. The copyright of the resources hosted in this website is co-owned by EDB and the organisations concerned. Schools could download the materials for learning and teaching (non-commercial and non-profit-making) and reference purpose. For enquiry, please contact us on 2892 6242.