E-Learning Support Scheme

  • Our school is the first of a hundred Hong Kong primary schools (WIFI 100) that joined the Support Scheme for e-Learning in Schools.
  • Our school is equipped with a wireless network for the use of Wi-Fi.
  • Our school is the 1st in Tuen Mun equipped with a fibre optical network.
  • We use tablets and e-Books for teaching and learning.
  • The management system of mobile devices helps promote e-learning in our school.
For students

1. Students use different e-learning tools in the classroom, such as Kahoot, Nearpod, Geogebra and Scratch. Classroom learning interactions include teachers- students and student-students activities which enhances interactive efficiency.

2. Students can use various learning tools to prepare and consolidate their learning through the school website by  linking on the 'Self-learning website' to help them develop  self-learning abilities.

3. In assisting students to study at home, the Native- English Speaking teachers recorded English Dictation and upload it onto the online learning platform. Students can also listen to Dictation and use the QR code to access the link.

Professional teacher development

Teachers master the use of e-learning tools to assist teaching and use e-learning resources such as Kahoot, Geogebra, Scratch and Nearpod to design classroom activities and teach subject content effectively. In addition, teachers design school-based electronic textbooks to suit the student's needs. In addition, e-learning classroom sharing is also conducted among teachers to promote teachers' professional development.

Parent training

Parents are invited to join the workshops and lectures on e-learning that demonstrates how to help their children use electronic devices and programs properly at home. Basic operation of tablet computers, introduction of online learning resources, assisting children in e-learning and understanding network security, etc have been introduced.  In addition, our school also actively developed an electronic platform for home-school cooperation called ‘eClass’ which is a platform for signing circulars, checking homework, checking student attendance and school calendar, etc. This fosters parents understanding of the e-learning in our school.

The summary of e-learning in the 1st year (2014-2015)

This was the 1st year that we implemented the Support Scheme for e-Learning in Schools. We hope the improvement of the wireless network's basic equipment will coordinate with teachers and pupils using e-books & other teaching- and learning resources in classrooms

We joined the ‘Samsung Smart School Citizenship Project’ and received 28 Samsung tablets for pupils to use in lessons.

Through the use of e-learning, we hope to cater for individual differences; develop pupils’ self-regulated skills; enhance pupils’ learning initiative and overall learning proficiency.

Summary of e-learning during the 2nd year(2015-2016)

E-learning was introduced in all subjects and activities for the past two years.  Teachers tried to implement e-learning in teaching and learning.  Our plan included the followings:

We bought 68 tablets for pupils to use.

We bought a cart as battery charger of the tablets.

We used different apps during the lessons.

Pupils of all levels have had at least one chance to use tablets while learning Chinese, English, Mathematics and General Studies.

Pupils used tablets for Life-wide Learning activities outside classrooms.

We installed the wireless network receivers in every corner in our school.

Summary of e-learning during the 3nd year(2016-2017)

Starting from this year, we intend to assimilate e-learning into classroom learning. We have applied for the ‘Google Classroom’ platform through which each pupil now has an account for e-learning.

We use ‘Google Forms’ to do questionnaires and classroom learning.

Teachers try to use different e-learning platforms in classroom teaching to enhance pupils’ interest in learning. (E.g. Kahoot, Nearpod etc.)

We have bought the ‘Smart Class’ Tablet Classroom Management System that will be in use for 3 years.

We create school-based Apps for teaching and learning through the ‘Smart Apps Creator’.

We use ‘App Inventor’ & ‘Scratch’ to design our curriculum in computer lessons.

We added the Robot (Lego) curriculum in both lessons and extra-curricular activities.

  • Address:Estate Primary School Area 1, Tin King Estate, Tuen Mun, N.T.
  • Email:info@hosauki.edu.hk
  • Telephone:2455 6111
  • Fax:2464 2990