The changing roles of Hong Kong primary schools' subject coordinators in a changing era

Ming Yan NGAN, Kam Wing Paul CHAN, Kai Ming LI, Wai Lun Anthony LEUNG

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Abstract

It is expected that heading towards year 2000, using Information Technology and effectively implemented Target Oriented Curriculum (TOC) in Hong Kong will become very hot issues in information era. This paper aims to examine the role change of primary school subject coordinators and how teachers face the curriculum change and instruction innovation. A questionnaire has been administered to the random sample school coordinators, followed by an interview of a selected sample. It is hoped that the results will have some implication to teacher education programs, and will enhance the "Teacher Changing Capacity" in our rapidly changing society.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1998

Citation

Ngan, M.-Y., Chan, K.-W., Li, K. M., & Leung, A. W. L. (1998, August). The changing roles of Hong Kong primary schools' subject coordinators in a changing era. Paper presented at British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference 1998, The Queen's University of Belfast, Ireland.

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