eLearning

Introducing Creative Augmented Reality E-books (CARE BOOKS)

Introducing Creative Augmented Reality E-books (CARE BOOKS)

According to English Language Curriculum and Assessment Guide (2021), our objectives for primary English education are to “provide students with learning experiences to increase their language proficiency for study, work, leisure and personal enrichment; develop their...

The Gingerbread Man: E-books for Process Writing

The Gingerbread Man: E-books for Process Writing

E-books can be used for various classroom activities. In this example, English teacher Zoe from Hong Kong Baptist Convention Primary School made an interactive e-book with different endings of the Gingerbread Man story and used it as an example for her students to...

DIY E-books for Storytelling

DIY E-books for Storytelling

E-book sounds fancy and mysterious when it involves sophisticated authoring tools. However, you and your students can also create attractive e-books and tell interesting stories just using the one of the most common tool - Microsoft PowerPoint. The examples of...

Flipped Learning: Video Examples

Flipped Learning: Video Examples

In this session, we will present some examples of pre-recorded videos used for flipped learning. Originally designed and used for Ma On Shan Ling Liang Primary School, the videos below cater for P4 and P5 English curriculum. Each video has a specific language focus...

Think Twice about Your Class: to Flip or Not to Flip?

Think Twice about Your Class: to Flip or Not to Flip?

Some technologies are very helpful in allowing us to do familiar things better. PowerPoint, compared with pen on a whiteboard or chalk on a blackboard, is a superior visual experience. But some technologies or IT approaches have the power to transform learning – allowing us to do things that would be impossible otherwise.