• Built Environment & Placemaking
  • Environment
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Mental & Behavioural Health
  • Leadership Programme in Life Education (Primary Level)

Programme objective:

To increase students' awareness about the relationship between our built environment on sustainable development, and its impact on the environment, community and culture.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To cultivate a sense of spatial awareness and abilities to identify the strength and weakness of a place
  2. To explain the relationship between building revitalization and sustainable development

Programme Theme:

Theme: Engage Community, Build a Better Living Environment

Keywords:

  • Green Building
  • Urban Environment Improvement
  • Urban Regeneration
  • Cultural and Natural Heritage
  • Building Conservation

Project Deliverables

  1. Written Group Project Report (40%)
    • Language: English or Chinese
    • Topic: Engage Community, Build a Better Living Environment
    • Add to improve an existing space in Hong Kong, for the long-term growth to the surrounding area of the identified space. (Supplementary Note)
    • Page Limitation: Not more than 30 pages
    • Word Limitation: Not more than 4000 words in Chinese / 6000 words in English
    • Submission Deadline: 17 February, 2014, 6 pm (Mon)
    • Late submission: 3% of marks will be deducted for everyday.
  2. Presentation (60%)
    • Date: 8 March 2014
    • Time: TBC
    • 15 minutes project presentation (10 minutes presentation + 5 minutes Question and Answer Session)
    • Not confined in forms (Presentation could be in form of video show, drama, board display, powerpoint, etc)
    • Presentation could be in Cantonese, English or Putonghua

Assessment Criteria

  • Content (48%)
  • Creativity & Attractiveness (24%)
  • Presentation Skills (20%)
  • Advocacy (16%)

Awards

  • The Grand ESD Award (Marks of Presentation plus Marks of Written Group Report)
  • Presentation Award (Marks of Presentation)
  • Written Group Project Report Award (Marks of Written Group Report)

Grading System

Marks: 90-100 Grade 1

Marks: 80-89 Grade 2

Marks: 70-79 Grade 3

Participation:

Target participants: S1-S5 students

Fee: HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Recognized Projects:

  1. 2012 - 2013
    The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2 Award) - BE04 Stewards Pooi Tun Secondary School
    Factory Activation Scheme
  2. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3 Award) - BE02 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
    Floor Screen - Hong Kong
  3. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3 Award) - BE01 Shatin Methodist College
    Urban Regeneration of Tenement Buildings in Sham Shui Po
  4. 2011 - 2012 The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2 Award) - BE02 Queen Elizabeth School Old Students' Association Secondary School
    Former Lau Fau Shan Police Station and its Surroundings Optimization Project
  5. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2 Award) - BE03 Cognitio College (Kowloon)
    Our Kai Tak River: Environment, Economy, Culture and Community with Sustainable Development
  6. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3 Award) - BE01 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
    Victoria Detention Center Revitalization

Programme objective:

Students to gain an awareness of eco-protection and conservation, and organic farming and their relationship with sustainable development.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To enable students to have an overview of environmental science, environment conservation, sustainable development and environmental industries
  2. To provide students with opportunities to explore and develop social responsibility for the natural environment as well as practical skills that can be applied in the field of the environmental science
  3. To help students better prepare themselves for further studies and/or career development in the environmental protection, environment assessment and sustainable development

Programme Theme:

Theme: GPerserve the Environment for Sustainable Development

Keywords:

  • Green Living
  • Biodiversity
  • Waste Management
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Tree Management
  • Environmental Modelling

Project Deliverables

  1. Written Group Project Report (40%)
    • Language: English or Chinese
    • Topic: Free choices of topics relating to the selected learning area
    • Page Limitation: Not more than 30 pages
    • Word Limitation: Not more than 4000 words in Chinese / 6000 words in English
    • Submission Deadline: 17 February, 2014, 6 pm (Mon)
    • Late submission: 3% of marks will be deducted for everyday.
  2. Presentation (60%)
    • Date: 8 March 2014
    • Time: TBC
    • 15 minutes project presentation (10 minutes presentation + 5 minutes Question and Answer Session)
    • Not confined in forms (Presentation could be in form of video show, drama, board display, powerpoint, etc)
    • Presentation could be in Cantonese, English or Putonghua

Assessment Criteria

  • Content (48%)
  • Creativity & Attractiveness (24%)
  • Presentation Skills (20%)
  • Advocacy (16%)

Awards

  • The Grand ESD Award (Marks of Presentation plus Marks of Written Group Report)
  • Presentation Award (Marks of Presentation)
  • Written Group Project Report Award (Marks of Written Group Report)

Grading System

Marks: 90-100 Grade 1

Marks: 80-89 Grade 2

Marks: 70-79 Grade 3

Participation:

Target participants: S1-S5 students

Fee: HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Recognized Projects:

2012 - 2013

  1. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 1) - EN05 Shatin Methodist College
    Problems raised by the third runway of HK Airport
  2. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - EN02 SMKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College
    The investigation and advise of reducing food waste
  3. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN04 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
    Sustainble Development Practices for Fishery
  4. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN08 PLK Yao Ling Sun College
    The Investigation on Hydroponics
  5. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN09 St. Paul's College
    St. Paul's College Green Club

2011 - 2012

  1. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN02 SMKMCF Ma Ko Pan Memorial College
    Organic farming in Hong Kong and its impact on sustainable development
  2. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN05 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
    Siu Sai Wan Case Study - Green lifestyle
  3. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - EN07 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
    Crime - Offences that are polluting the world

Programme objective:

Students to be aware of the impact of tourism and hospitality industries on our culture, economy, environment and communities.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To identify sustainable tourism and hospitality practices in the context of Hong Kong and overseas
  2. To describe the benefits of sustainable tourism and hospitality practices
  3. To identify practices and habits that a traveller can adopt to minimize the social, environmental and cultural impact while on tour

Programme Theme:

Theme: Sustainble Tourism & Hotel Management

Keywords:

  • Eco and Cultural Tourism
  • Incentive Tourism (M.I.C.E.)
  • Sustainable Services in Food and Beverage
  • Sustainable Hotel Services
  • Sustainable Trips

Project Deliverables

  1. Written Group Project Report (40%)
    • Language: English or Chinese
    • Topic: Free choices of topics relating to the selected learning area
    • Page Limitation: Not more than 30 pages
    • Word Limitation: Not more than 4000 words in Chinese / 6000 words in English
    • Submission Deadline: 17 February, 2014, 6 pm (Mon)
    • Late submission: 3% of marks will be deducted for everyday.
  2. Presentation (60%)
    • Date: 8 March 2014
    • Time: TBC
    • 15 minutes project presentation (10 minutes presentation + 5 minutes Question and Answer Session)
    • Not confined in forms (Presentation could be in form of video show, drama, board display, powerpoint, etc)
    • Presentation could be in Cantonese, English or Putonghua

Assessment Criteria

  • Content (48%)
  • Creativity & Attractiveness (24%)
  • Presentation Skills (20%)
  • Advocacy (16%)

Awards

  • The Grand ESD Award (Marks of Presentation plus Marks of Written Group Report)
  • Presentation Award (Marks of Presentation)
  • Written Group Project Report Award (Marks of Written Group Report)

Grading System

Marks: 90-100 Grade 1

Marks: 80-89 Grade 2

Marks: 70-79 Grade 3

Participation:

Target participants: S1-S5 students

Fee: HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Recognized Projects:

2012 - 2013

  1. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 1) - TH03 Shatin Methodist College
    Visit the landscape " Tap Mun, Tai O, Tai Tong, Cheung Chau"
  2. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH02 Shatin Methodist College
    Sustainable Development Proposal - Sha Tau Kok Eco-tour
  3. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH05 Shatin Methodist College
    Sustainable Development Proposal - "Hoi Ha Wan, Tai O, Long Yuen" Eco-Tourism Project
  4. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH06 The Chinese Foundation Secondary School
    Sustainable Development Proposal - Tourism & Tram Industry in HK
  5. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH10 CUHKFAA Chan Chun Ha Secondary School
    Sustainable Development Proposal - Hiking Tourism in Hong Kong
  6. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH01 Shatin Methodist College
    Eco-hiking Tour - Tai Po Kau, Ma On Shan
  7. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH11 The Yuen Yuen Institute MFBM Nei Ming Chan Lui Chung Tak Memorial College Sustainable Development at Nam Sang Wai

2011 - 2012

  1. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH06 Cognitio College (Kowloon)
    Sustainable Tourism in Hong Kong and Macau
  2. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 2) - TH10 Shatin Methodist College
    Sustainable Development Plan - Tai O Hut Resort Proposal
  3. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH01 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
    Disappearing Hong Kong
  4. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH02 Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School
    Tai Po Sam Mun Tsai and Ma Shi Chau - Play and learn
  5. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH09 Shatin Methodist College
    New and old Hong Kong - Photography Tour Plan in Hong Kong
  6. The Grand ESD Award (Grade 3) - TH11 St. Paul's Secondary School
    Can Hong Kong Develop Gourmet Tourism?

Programme objective:

Students to recognize the relationship between mental well-being and sustainable development as well as its impact on community.

Learning Outcome:

  1. To understand the concepts of Public Health: Mental Health & Addiction
  2. To identify topics on Mental Health & Addiction

Programme Theme:

Theme: Mental & Behavioural Health of Urban Life

Keywords:

  • Enhancement of Mental Health
  • Depression and Mania
  • Stress and Health
  • Prevention and Care
  • Sleeping Disorder
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Drug abuse
  • Rehabilitation and Social Costs
  • Prevalence of Mental Disorders

Project Deliverables

  1. Written Group Project Report (40%)
    • Language: English or Chinese
    • Topic: Free choices of topics relating to the selected learning area
    • Page Limitation: Not more than 30 pages
    • Word Limitation: Not more than 4000 words in Chinese / 6000 words in English
    • Submission Deadline: 17 February, 2014, 6 pm (Mon)
    • Late submission: 3% of marks will be deducted for everyday.
  2. Presentation (60%)
    • Date: 8 March 2014
    • Time: TBC
    • 15 minutes project presentation (10 minutes presentation + 5 minutes Question and Answer Session)
    • Not confined in forms (Presentation could be in form of video show, drama, board display, powerpoint, etc)
    • Presentation could be in Cantonese, English or Putonghua

Assessment Criteria

  • Content (48%)
  • Creativity & Attractiveness (24%)
  • Presentation Skills (20%)
  • Advocacy (16%)

Awards

  • The Grand ESD Award (Marks of Presentation plus Marks of Written Group Report)
  • Presentation Award (Marks of Presentation)
  • Written Group Project Report Award (Marks of Written Group Report)

Grading System

Marks: 90-100 Grade 1

Marks: 80-89 Grade 2

Marks: 70-79 Grade 3

Participation:

Target participants: S1-S5 students

Fee: HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Recognized Projects:

2012 - 2013

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2) - MH01 Shatin Methodist College
Mental Health? Sustainable Development?

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2) - MH02 Yan Chai Hospital No 2 Secondary School
Mental & Behavioural Health - Depression

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2) - MH04 Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School
Mental & Behavioural Health

The Gradn ESD Award (Grade 2) - MH03 Ling Liang Church M H Lau Secondary School
Mania

2010 - 2011

Stewards Pooi Tun Secondary School - Mental Health

Stewards Pooi Tun Secondary School - Mental Illness

Chiu Lut Sau Memorial Secondary School - Solution studies_Insomnia

Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School - Psychosis

St. Clare's Girls' School - Study - Forensic psychiatric

Queen Elizabeth School Old Students' Association Tong Kwok Wah Secondary School- Depression and mania

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Programme Objectives

  1. To understand the value of life through preparing and implementing a project to ¡§make the world more beautiful
  2. To cultivate students to be leaders in schools so as to influence life with life and participate in life education work
  3. To promote self-understanding and connect students and the community

Programme Content

Part 1: Through various activities, students will be trained as a leader and explore the meaning of life.

Part 2: Students will be encouraged to prepare and implement projects to "make the world more beautiful" in school so as to influence life with life. Their projects would be showcased at the Presentation and Assessment Day.

Schedule & Activities

Kick-off Ceremony & Picture Book Production Workshop*
Date: 5 October, 2013 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Life Education Activity 1 - Personal Development & Team Building Workshop*
Date: 19 October, 2013 Venue: To be confirmed

Life Education Activity 2 - Life Education Booth
Date: 2 November, 2013 Venue: To be confirmed

Life Education Activity 3 - Dialogue in the Dark
Date: 16 November, 2013 Venue: Dialogue In The Dark

Life Education Activity 4 - Day Camp*
Date: 30 November, 2013 Venue: To be confirmed

Prepare a deed to "make the world more beautiful" in school
Date: Jan - March 2014 Venue: To be confirmed

Presentation & Assessment Day
Date: 15 March, 2014 Venue: HKIEd

Award Presentation & Closing Ceremony
Date: 22 March, 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

*This session is organized in collaboration with "Suicide Prevention Services"

Participation:

Fee:HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Target participants: P4-P5 students

Target Participants:

Primary School : P4-P6 Students
Secondary School : S1-S5 Students

Programme Fee:

HK$600 per student (8 students per group)

Schedule

October 2012 – March 2013 (6 months)

Kick-off Ceremony (Rundown) (Activity Photos)
Date: 5 October, 2013 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Mentors & Students Meeting (Activity Photos)
Date: 5 October, 2013 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Thematic Workshop (Rundown) (Activity Photos)
Date: 19 October, 2013 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Personal Development Skills Workshop  (Rundown) (Activity Photos)
Date: 19 October, 2013 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Study Visits (Built Environment & Placemaking) (Environment) (Tourism & Hospitality) (Mental & Behavioural Health) Date: Nov-Dec 2013

Mentorship Scheme (1-2 times meeting)*
Date: Jan-Feb 2014 Venue: To be confirmed

Presentation & Assessment Day (Written Group Project Assessment Scheme)  (Presentation Asessment Scheme)
Date: 8 March, 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

Closing Ceremony & Award Presentaion
Date: 22 March, 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Science Park

* Mentors are students from HKU Faculty of Education and IVE (Chai Wan) Applied Science acted as student teachers in facilitating student learning.

Remarks

  1. Spaces are limited and available on a first come first served basis.
  2. Student must wear school/ PE uniform to participate in all activities included study visit.
  3. Every student should attend at least one visit.
  4. Every School must nominate 1 teacher to provide supervision on students project learning.
  5. Please submit a medical certificate /letter from parent giving the reason for the absence of the event, if they are not able to attend.
  6. An email reminder would be sent one week before the event.
  7. The association reserve the right to use student’s work such as photos, videos and reports, etc.
  8. The association would not provide transportation services.
  9. Programme fee cover the insurance of the Kick Off Ceremony, workshops, assessment day and award ceremony.
  10. The association will not be held liable for any loss or damage of personal belongings, students have to pay attention to their goods.
  11. The association and all co-organizing organizations reserve the right to cancel or change the schedule of the programme.

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