The schools around the world project: An attempt to enhance the quality of science teaching

May Hung May CHENG, Wing Mui Winnie SO, Wing Ming Francis CHEUNG

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Abstract

Participating in Schools Around the World Project (SAW) provides local participating primary and secondary teachers a good opportunity to look into their current teaching practices. Science has been taken as the first investigation subject, which is an area that demands more attention in Hong Kong. Joining the SAW project, it may improve and enhance the quality of Hong Kong science education by promoting and encouraging professional development of the participating teachers through local and international sharing and discussion on the collected samples of student work in science with the aid of technology advancement. This paper focuses on how student work and technology can act as a means to achieve this aim. Copyright © 2000 HKIEd APFSLT.
Original languageEnglish
Article number3
JournalAsia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching
Volume1
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2000

Citation

Cheng, M. H. M., So, W. M. W., & Cheung, W. M. F. (2000). The schools around the world project: An attempt to enhance the quality of science teaching. Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 1(2), Article 3.

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