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    • Community Leaders of Tomorrow Group 8 Bu Linghua (Jessica) Kwan Yu Hang (Chris) Lai Sze Nga (Rebecca) Sit Tsz Yan (Sammi) Tsoi Lai Kwan (Tess) Wong Lai Yung (Erica) Yim Wing Wai (Wing)
    • (1) Aims
    • Developing Generic Skills
      • To nurture future leaders with a strong sense of social responsibility through involvement in community service:
        • To promote a community service ethos among students in Hong Kong and beyond;
        • To encourage students to develop entrepreneurial , management and teamwork skills ; and
        • To help students make a measurable and sustainable difference in the lives of people across all segments of society, especially the elderly, sick and needy.
    • ( 2 ) Student Learning
    • Student L earning
      • S chools will offer students a range of OLE opportunities encouraging them to participate in the five areas of OLE :
        • Moral and civic education
        • Community service
        • Career-related experiences
        • Aesthetic development
        • Physical development
    • Examples of activities related to these five areas :
      • Moral and civic education
          • e.g. 尊重生命,做個負責任的主人
      • Career-related experiences
          • e.g. Experiencing the Tourism Industry: Introduction to Aviation Industry and Tour Operation
      • Community service
          • e.g. 共融戶外體驗日 / 宿營
    • Examples of activities related to these five areas (con’t):
      • Aesthetic development
          • e.g. 環保產品設計工作坊
      • Physical development
          • e.g. Management of Weight Control
        • 3+3+4 香港啦啦隊課程
    • Other Learning Experience Tutor (Community Service) Training
      • ‘ Community Leaders of Tomorrow ’ Project (CLT) :
        • equip s pre-service students with knowledge as well as practical skills ;
        • develop s students’ organization and leadership skills ; and
        • deepen s students’ exposure of service education .
    • Training on the following aspects:
      • Volunteer Trainer Training
      • Community Service Activity Planning and Organization
      • Implementation of Community Service Activity
      • Debriefing Skills
    • Award for ‘OLE Tutor (Community Service)’ :
      • lead and debrief students in community service activities;
      • apply knowledge and skills in organizing community service in school settings;
      • transfer skills they have learned to other areas of OLE; and
      • reflect on their leadership and organization skills.
    • (3) Teachers ’ roles
    • OLE provides students with valuable learning experience:
      • To widen students’ horizons, and to develop their lifelong interests;
      • To nurture positive values and attitudes;
    • OLE provides students with valuable learning experience (con’t):
      • To provide students with a broad and balanced curriculum with essential learning experiences alongside the core and elective components (including Applied Learning (ApL) courses) for nurturing balanced development in the five virtues, ‘Ethics, Intellect, Physical Development, Social Skills and Aesthetics’ ( 德、智、體、羣、美 ); and
      • To facilitate students ’ all-round development as lifelong learners with a focus on sustainable capacities.
    • What Can Teachers Do?
      • Facilitating Adults* -- guiding students to develop their own understanding under student-centered learning.
      • Observe students working in a ‘non-subject’ context and understand more about individuals’ learning styles and approaches.
      • Use OLE to build their capacities through trying out diversified learning and teaching approaches.
    • What Can Teachers Do?
      • Use OLE to build up stronger collaboration among schools, parents, community and students.
      • Celebrate the benefits of OLE on student development with stakeholders and wider communities.
    • Teachers should pay attention to …
      • plan OLE opportunities with a reasonable level of diversity to cater for different individual needs;
      • take cautious measures not to deprive students from disadvantaged backgrounds from taking part in OLE activities; and
      • cost-benefits and affordability should be considered when planning OLE activities. Expensive activities are not necessarily more effective than those that cost less.
    • (4) Involvement of Community Partners
    • Harnessing Community Resources
      • Use of community resources to strengthen the OLE programmes .
      • Foster partnership with local agencies .
        • Examples of some out-of-class’s learning experiences:
          • Workplace visits
          • Project learning about careers
          • Business mentorships
          • Community services
    • OLE Programme: C ommunity Leaders of Tomorrow 2009 | 2010
      • Involvement of community partners :
        • HKIEd, EdExchange
        • Hong Kong Harvard Business School association
      • Two parts of the prog ramme:
        • Part 1: Community Service Project
        • Part 2: Leadership Seminar
    • Part I: Community Service Project
      • Secondary schools are invited to form student teams to conceive and develop proposals for community service projects .
      • Schools can apply on their own or jointly with another school .
      • The projects will run through the 2009/10 school year (Oct ober 2009 to May 2010) .
      • Upon completion, participating schools are required to submit a detailed report of their projects . Their work will be evaluated by a panel of judges for creativity, entrepreneurship, effectiveness, reach, and teamwork . The judges will comprise of representatives from the CLT Organizers. Selected projects will be granted a ‘ Distinguished Community Service Commendation ’ by the judges.
      • Helps schools evaluate their probable effectiveness in accordance with the overall OLE aims and objectives .
    • Part II: Leadership Seminar
      • Harvard Business School Association of Hong Kong (HBSAHK) .
      • HBS alumni and other prominent leaders will share experience .
      • S tudent s will have a HBS style case study workshop .
    •  The End  Please clap your hands!