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Seminar on Secondary School Curriculum Reform: Looking Back and Looking Forward– 2nd December, 2017

Background of the Seminar
Program Rundown

Welcoming Address

Mrs Mabel May Bo Lee icon00
Chairman of the HKUGA Education Foundation

First Session:Talk

Moderator:
Dr LAI Kwok-chan icon01
Convener, Education Development Sub-committee, HKUGA Education Foundation
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction,
The Education University of Hong Kong

Guest Speakers:

Professor Kerry Kennedy icon01 Advisor (Academic Development), formerly Chair Professor of Curriculum Studies,
Dean of the Faculty of Education and Human Development and Associate
Vice-President (Quality Assurance) at the Education University of Hong Kong

Mr. Sheridan Lee icon01

Principal Assistant Secretary (Curriculum Development), EDB

 

Principal Lee Suet Ying

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Chairperson, Hong Kong Association of the Heads of Secondary Schools;
School Head, Ho Yue College and Primary School

 

Second Session: Voices of Teachers

Moderator:
Mr TAI Keen-man icon01
Executive Committee Member, HKUGA Education Foundation
Deputy Director of Broadcasting (Programmes), Radio Television Hong Kong

Commentators:

Ms. Lau Kit Mei, May icon01 Assistant Principal,
Coordinator, Support for Learning Difference Committee,
Panel Head, Chinese Department of Tin Shui Wai Methodist College

Ms. Leung Kin Yi icon01

Senior Lecturer, Division of Mathematics and Science Education, Faculty of Education, HKU

 

Mr. Kwan Chin Ki

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Chairman of the Hong Kong Liberal Studies Teachers' Association

 

Q&A and Concluding Remarks icon01

 

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Related eNews:
The University of Hong Kong:
http://www.alumni.hku.hk/whatson/seminar-on-secondary-school-curriculum-reform-looking-back-and-looking-forward


The Education University of Hong Kong:
http://www.eduhk.hk/ci/en/highlights.php?s=news_event&id=3211
   

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