Teachers evaluation on the programmes and sharing

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Teachers’ evaluation on the programmes and sharing sessions Lesson observation records Subject department records Whole year Staff Development Days Coordination Team HODs Subject teachers concerned School funds EDB grants/ support
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6 Strategies / Tasks Success Criteria Method of Evaluation Time Scale People Responsible Resources Required 1.1.2 To extensively use eLearning to engage students in active learning under the implementation of WiFi900 75% of the academic subjects employ eLearning to cater for learners’ needs and 75% of students agree that eLearning can enhance their learning 75% of teachers agree that the eReading materials can extend the students’ scope of knowledge English Department collaborates with other subject departments to successfully achieve reading across the curriculum scheme (RaC) through the eReading materials. Sharing of good eLearning practices among teachers at least once per term and at least 75% of teachers agree that the sharing sessions are useful. Teachers’ lesson records Subject department records Students’ assessments Students’ feedbacks Whole year IT Team HODs Subject teachers concerned School funds EDB grants
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7 Target 1.2 To promote students’ self -directed learning and improve their academic performance Strategies / Tasks Success Criteria Method of Evaluation Time Scale People Responsible Resources Required 1.2.1 To widen students’ learning opportunities through STEM education projects and other learning activities beyond classroom All KLA and 75% of the subject departments arrange learning opportunities for students outside the classroom (e.g. visits, study tours, enhancement programmes or competitions) at least once per term for selected levels At least one STEM education project to be implemented in the junior levels in a school year 75% of the participants agree that their interests and ability to integrate and apply knowledge of related disciplines are raised through the STEM project 75% of the participants reflect that their self-directed learning skills are enhanced Subject department records Student participation and achievement records Feedbacks from students and teachers Whole year HODs / KLA / STEM coordinators Subject teachers concerned School funds EDB grants e.g. special grant for promotion of STEM education 1.2.2 To optimize support for low achievers through different strategies 60% of the target students are more motivated in learning or show improvement in their academic performance Remedial classes or pull-out tutorial lessons are offered to low achievers to consolidate their knowledge
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