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School-based Curriculum Development in Primary Schools - Learning in Action Seminar Series

 

Since 2001, the School-based Curriculum Development (Primary) Section has organized the Learning in Action Seminar in early spring. Every year, we invite teachers who have worked with us in the process of school-based curriculum development to share their valuable experiences, knowledge and feelings with educators at territory-wide level. The presentations made in the seminars are listed below for teachers' information.

 

2019

"Learning in Action: Working Towards Professional-led, Collaborative and Enquiry-driven Learning and Teaching" Seminar

2018

"Learning in Action: Converging Wisdom for Deeper Learning" Seminar

2017

"Learning in Action: Diversified Teaching; Ubiquitous Learning" Seminar

2016

"Learning in Action: Engaging Students in the Process of Learning" Seminar

2015

"From Understanding Learning to Deepening Learning" Seminar

2014

"Learning, Teaching and Assessment" Seminar

2013

"Delving into Learning; Broadening Thinking" Seminar

2012

"Learning & Teaching – Intellect & Affection" Seminar

2011

"Teach to Learn – Learn to Teach" Seminar

2010

"Experience, Explore, Enlighten" Seminar

2009

"InnovationCogitation" Seminar

2008

"Changing Practice, Changing Minds" Seminar

2007

Sharing sessions of "Journey on Learning in Action: taking off from students' learning"

2005

Sharing sessions of school-based action research on 'Response to educational research by teachers' professionalism - Learning by Doing'

2004

Sharing sessions of school-based action research on 'Evidence-based Practices - Learning by Doing'

2003

Sharing sessions of school-based action research on 'Learning by Doing - Working for Betterment'

 

 

 

Updated at 17 Jul 2019