Faculty of Education and Human Development
 

Project

 

Jockey Club Youth Academy for Special Education Needs (JCYASEN)

 

 

 

Jockey Club Youth Academy for Special Education Needs (JCYASEN)


Service Introduction:

The Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education (CSENIE) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) has successfully applied The Chief Executive’s Community Project List 2019 with support from The Education Bureau and Hong Kong Special Schools Council, and received funding from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust for the establishment of The Jockey Club Youth Academy for Special Educational Needs (JCYASEN) (the Academy). The Academy offers SEN secondary school leavers an on-campus training programme with a series of practical courses and training opportunities to promote lifelong learning, self-management and life skills for the 21st century. In addition, the Academy will provide a platform for EdUHK students and relevant stakeholders to work with the Academy’s students to advance social inclusion.

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悅學伙伴協作計劃

 

 

 

悅學伙伴協作計劃 (Chinese only)

服務簡介:

  1. 安排特定導師提供到校支援,工作內容按校情為本,雙方商討訂定。

  2. 新推出的「悅學伙伴協作計劃」內容除涵蓋常規性的教師專業發展、課程剪裁、共同備課及觀課等,亦包括創新的元素,如透過我們的專業網絡與學校協辦境外融合教育的參觀、交流,以及成員學校可獲得優先參與本中心各類特教主題研討會等。

  3. 服務以收費形式進行,並由香港教育大學特殊學習需要與融合教育中心作服務質素的監督。

 

有關計劃的詳細內容,請下載:  

計劃內容

 

 

 

       

「陪着你走  跨過障礙」計劃 (已完成)

    「陪着你走  跨過障礙」計劃簡介 (Chinese only)

目的:

  1. 透過親子工作坊建立「成長型思維模式」家庭。引導參加者相信可以通過外界的支援、自己的努力、教育和堅毅,突破限制,促進全家正向成長。

  2. 培訓學童及賦權父母,學會一些有别於以文字為主的思考與學習方法,例如繪畫組織圖、寫作前構思、左右腦同步筆記、拼寫英文字遊戲及數學解題策略;強化孩子自學,提升學習力。

  3.  專業輔導人員提供共60次評估,與家庭成員交談,分析家庭的需要,了解他們的困難,提供社區資源,評估他們的進展,以供「家長教練」及「學習教練」參考。接受過特殊學習需要相關課程及訓練的香港教育大學學生(「學習教練」)會到校提供1對1學生及家長支援10次。

對象:在新界北區主流小學讀書,已評估或疑似有特殊學習需要的孩子及其家庭。

推行日期:6 / 2018 – 5 / 2019

 

有關計劃的詳細內容,請下載:  

計劃內容

ROBOT4SEN 計劃 (已完成)

 

 

 

ROBOT4SEN計劃 (Chinese only)

本計劃由滙豐150週年慈善計劃資助,由東華三院群芳啟智學校統籌超過30所特殊學校,進行為期三年的「Robot4SEN」計劃。參與合作團體包括香港特殊學校議會(HKSSC)、職業訓練局(VTC)、高峰進修學院(PEAK)、香港教育大學的特殊學習需要與融合教育中心(CSENIE)等。計劃目的為70所特殊教育機構和超過8,000名特殊學習需要學童,提供60套以主題或學科為基礎的教材套,使機械人能與學童一起學習。

 

有關計劃的詳細內容,請下載:  

計劃內容

2017年5月22日開幕禮花絮

 

 

 

 

特殊學校校本教材電子化計劃 (已完成)

 

         特殊學校校本教材電子化計劃 (Chinese only)

本計劃由匯豐150週年慈善計劃資助,香港教育大學特殊學習需要與融合教育中心聯同三水同鄉會劉本章學校中華基督教會基順學校東華三院徐展堂學校知識共享協會有限公司,進行為期3年的「特殊學校校本教材電子化計劃」,並成立「融合教育電子學習協會」(ELFIE),推動特殊教育電子教學的發展。

 

有關計劃的詳細內容,請下載:  

計劃內容

20176月24日開幕禮花絮

2019年9月28日 電子書計劃成果分享會: 

https://bit.ly/2oMFhWk 

 

 

 

 

Supporting Unit for Special Educational Needs  (SuSEN)

 

Supporting Unit for Special Educational Needs (SuSEN)

To build effective SEN (Special Educational Needs) tools and approaches in the teaching sector by establishing a “support service unit” providing clinical support to children and families, and practical training opportunities for student teachers.

Address:

Tseung Kwan O Study Centre, The Education University of Hong Kong, G03, No.1, King Yin Lane, Tseung Kwan O, New Territories, Hong Kong.

Contact Number: 2190 8680

Fax Number: 2190 8566

E-mail address: susen@eduhk.hk

 

 

 

Special Educational Needs Empowerment Project for Pre-Service Teachers (Project has been finished)

Special Educational Needs Empowermnet Project for Pre-Service Teachers

The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), together with the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), have been subsidized by the University Grants Committee Funding Scheme on Teaching and Learning Related Initiative to run the “Special Educational Needs Empowerment Project for Pre-service Teachers” for 2 years (2017-2019) and which is launched in September 2017.

This project is expected to benefit 1200 pre-service teachers in EdUHK and HKBU, and is organized by the Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education at EdUHK and the Centre for Learning Sciences of the Department of Education Studies at HKBU.

The project aims at using the Service Learning Model to develop their positive attitude and master the teaching skills, enhance their confidence and ability in caring of students with different learning needs and meet the challenges of integration education.

Contact & Inquiry: Ms. Kwan

Phone: 2948 8422

E-mail: senep@eduhk.hk

 

 

 

The Jockey Club SMILE Project 

(Project has been finished)

 

 

The Jockey Club SMILE Project

Supported by the Education Bureau (EDB), the Jockey Club SMILE Project received funding of over HK$10 million from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust as one of the Chief Executive’s Community Projects 2012/13. Jointly launched by the Centre of Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education (CSENIE) and the Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC) at EdUHK. The three-year project is providing school support services with a view to enhancing the development of inclusive education. Centre staff provide on-site support for teachers, staff development programmes and talks for parents in relation to the handling of students with AD/HD and intellectual disabilities.