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Moral, Civic and National Education

 

 

Moral, Civic and National Education is an essential element of whole-person education which aims at fostering students' positive values and attitudes through the learning and teaching of various Key Learning Areas/subjects and the provision of relevant learning experiences. On this ground, it is to develop students' ability to identify the values embedded, analyse objectively and make reasonable judgement in different issues they may encounter at different developmental stages so that they could take proper action to deal with the challenges in their future life.

 

Schools could promote Moral and Civic Education through nurturing in their students the seven priority values and attitudes: “Perseverance”, “Respect for Others”, “Responsibility”, “National Identity”, “Commitment”, “Integrity” and “Care for Others”.

 

Taking cultivation of positive values and attitudes as the direction, schools should make use of everyday life events to strengthen the coordination of learning activities, and enhance the connection, among various cross-curricular domains in values education, including moral and ethical education, civic education, Basic Law education, human rights education, national education, anti-drug education, life education, sex education, education for sustainable development, etc. so as to provide students with all-round learning experience conducive to their whole-person development.

 

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What's New

Teacher Professional Development Programme of EDB

The following seminars are opened for enrolment, please browse the Training Calendar of EDB for details.

 

• 27 Apr 2017 / CDI020170491

Seminar on Developing Students' Proper Attitudes in Using IT (New)

 

• 4 May 2017 / CDI020170942

Seminar on Learning and Teaching of Sex Education: Preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS (Refreshed)

 

(13/04/2017)

Road Safety

Road Safety Bulletin No. 39, 40 & 41
To support schools on implementation of Road Safety Education, the Transport Department has published a series of Road Safety Bulletin.  The latest issues include:
Bulletin No. 39 "Safe Use of Driver Assistance Systems". Please click here for details.
Bulletin No. 40 "Be a Responsible Driver". Please click here for details.
Bulletin No. 41 "Cycling on Cycle Tracks". Please click here for details.

(11/4/2017)

The 3rd Basic Law cum Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Territory-wide Inter-school Competition

Please be reminded that the date and time for the heat (online Competition)of the Competition for primary and secondary are as follows:
Date : 27 March 2017 (Monday) to 31 March 2017 (Friday) and
3 April 2017 (Monday)
Time : 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (accessible time of the website of Hong Kong Education City)
(A certificate will be awarded for each participating school in the heat)

Details please refer to Circular Memorandum 33/2017.
http://applications.edb.gov.hk/circular/upload/EDBCM/EDBCM17033E.pdf

Announcement of the winning primary and secondary schools for the heat, please refer to the appendix.

(27/3/2017)

The 3rd Basic Law cum Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Territory-wide Inter-school Competition

In tandem with the work of the Basic Law Promotion Steering Committee and celebration of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR, the EDB is organising the Competition to encourage primary and secondary students to read materials related to the Basic Law, to deepen their understanding of it, as well as to enhance their knowledge about the history of the establishment, development and achievements of the HKSAR. For details, please refer to the Circular Memorandum below:
http://applications.edb.gov.hk/circular/upload/EDBCM/EDBCM17033E.pdf

(20/2/2017)

The Children's Rights Forum, organised by the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau (CMAB), aims to provide a platform for exchanging views on matters concerning children's rights among NGOs, children's representatives and the Government.  The next meeting of the Children's Rights Forum would be held on 3 March 2017.  Schools may arrange interested students to participate in the meeting.  Please register with CMAB before 21 February and refer to CMAB's website (http://www.cmab.gov.hk/en/issues/child_forum.htm)for details.  For enquiries, please contact the Children's Rights Unit of CMAB at 2810 3950.

(6/2/2017)

Basic Law Promotion Funding Scheme for Tertiary Institutions 2017

The Basic Law Promotion Steering Committee and the Education Bureau jointly organize the Basic Law Promotion Funding Scheme for Tertiary Institutions. The Scheme will fund worthwhile projects which promote the awareness and understanding of the Basic Law among students and staff of local tertiary institutions.
Deadline for submission of application is 24 February 2017 (Friday).
For details, please refer to the application form below:
PDF

(13/01/2017)

Teacher Professional Development Programme of EDB

The following seminars are opened for enrolment, please browse the Training Calendar of EDB for details.

 

• 28 Mar 2017 / CDI020170469

Seminar on Learning and Teaching of Sex Education relating to Dating and Healthy Inter-personal Relationship (Refreshed)

 

• 22 Mar 2017 / CDI020170543

Seminar on Learning and Teaching of Gender Equality Education (Refreshed)

 

• Mar-Apr 2017 (AB) / CDI020170393

Moral and Civic Education Curriculum - How To Promote Sex Education Effectively in Secondary Schools - Current and Social Issues (Refreshed)

 

• May 2017 (AB) / CDI020170358
Moral and Civic Education Curriculum - How To Promote Moral Education Effectively in Primary Schools (Refreshed)

 

• May 2017 (AB) / CDI020170390
Moral and Civic Education Curriculum - How To Promote Moral Education Effectively in Secondary Schools (Refreshed)

 

• May-Jun 2017 (AB) / CDI020170400

Moral and Civic Education Curriculum - How To Promote Sex Education Effectively in Primary Schools (Refreshed)

 

(13/03/2017)

MyPledgeDay2016 

 

The theme of the 2016/17 Pledge Day is “My Pledge to Act — Love and Care.From Self to Others”. Details of the Pledge Day can be found in the EDBCM No. 103/2016. Relevant resources can be downloaded from our thematic webpage for My Pledge to Act 2016.

 

(31/8/2016)

Sex Education Animation Resources

To support schools for implementation of sex education, the Education Bureau(EDB) commissioned the Family Planning Association of Hong Kong to produce animation resources on sex education. The resources are uploaded in EDB webpage, please click here for details.

(26/1/2016)

 

ICAC Moral Education e-Book

 

 

 

Moral Education e-Book

The Independent Commission Against Corruption has launched the Moral Education e-Book targeted to primary school students in order to foster in them positive values and attitudes including integrity and honesty, fairness and justice, care and respect, etc. For details, please refer to the website.

(13/11/2015)

Gee-dor-dor Activity Package

 

 

 

Gee-dor-dor Activity Package

Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has developed a cartoon movie "Gee Dor Dor's Space Adventure" and related activity package (for kindergartens and lower primary students) for supporting teachers to implement moral education in schools. For details, please click the above hyperlinks to browse the relevant webpages(Chinese version only).

(22/6/2015)

Basic Law Video Teaching Resource Package

In tandem with the 25th anniversary of the promulgation of the Basic Law in 2015, the Education Bureau has specially produced a Basic Law video teaching resource package for junior secondary schools. The package consists of two themes, namely, the constitutional status of the Basic Law and the concept of “One Country, Two Systems”. Due to large file size of the package, only text version is uploaded.

For details, please click here to browse the webpage. Chinese Version Only

(29/4/2015)

 

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