Inclusive education and life-long learning in Hong Kong: Implications for educational development

Kwok Wai CHAN, Man Tak LEUNG

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Abstract

This paper attempts to discuss two of the educational reformations/changes put forward by the Education Commission and the Curriculum Development Institute of Hong Kong: Inclusive Education and Life-long Learning Psychological analysis of inclusive education and life long learning in Hong Kong was attempted with application of relevant theories and reference to cases reported in a local magazine article. The discussion and analysis include clarification of concepts, relating inclusive education, student diversity, life-long learning and the psychological factors involved (e.g. motivation). Implications are drawn with suggestions on the direction of these two educational development. Copyright © 2001 Australian Curriculum Studies Association Inc.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 10th National Biennial Conference of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association
EditorsMarie BRENNAN
Place of PublicationCanberra, Australian Capital Territory
PublisherAustralian Curriculum Studies Association
Pages543-558
Volume2
ISBN (Print)1875864377
Publication statusPublished - 2001

Citation

Chan, K.-W., & Leung, M.-T. (2001). Inclusive education and life-long learning in Hong Kong: Implications for educational development. In M. Brennan (Ed.), Education futures & new citizenships: Proceedings of the 10th National Biennial Conference of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association (Vol. 2, pp. 543-558). Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Australian Curriculum Studies Association.

Keywords

  • Technical and Special Education
  • Theory and Practice of Teaching and Learning

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