Provision of Advisory Service for Developing the Examples of Thematic Modules in Visual Arts Learning (Primary 1-Secondary 3) for Students with Intellectual Disability

    Project: Research project

    Project Details

    Description

    To keep abreast of local and global changes in education and to take into consideration of the learning needs of students with ID as well as teachers’ concerns about the curriculum planning in Visual Arts Learning, the first stage of the Visual Arts Curriculum development at primary and junior secondary levels for students with ID was launched in the 2021/21 school year. With reference to the Appendix III of Arts Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide (Primary 1 – Secondary 6) (2017), a preliminary draft of the adapted learning objectives and examples of learning activities for the two learning strands of “Visual Arts Appreciation and Criticism in Context” and “Visual Arts Making” have been produced. For continuous development, the second stage of the curriculum development for the Visual Arts education (Primary 1 – Secondary 3) for students with ID will be initiated in the 2021/22 school year. The project team will develop 4 sets of examples of thematic modules in visual arts learning at primary and junior secondary levels for students with ID through working in close collaboration with Visual Arts teachers of special schools and EDB. Moreover, this project will further review and refine the preliminary draft of the adapted learning objectives and examples of learning activities for the two strands of Visual Arts learning. The duration of this project shall be one year starting from October 2021 to September 2022.

    Funding Source: HKSAR Govt - Education Bureau
    StatusActive
    Effective start/end date01/10/2131/10/22

    Keywords

    • Students with Intellectual Disabilities
    • Thematic Modules
    • Visual Arts Learning
    • Curriculum Development

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