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Applying Mobile and Flexible Technologies to Enhance Learning in Vocational Education and Training (VET)

The rapid advancement of information communication technology and the popularity of mobile devices (smartphones, iPads and tablets etc.) and flexible technologies (WiFi, online and web-based networking) ease the accessibility to information.
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Teaching Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (ii)
教導特殊學習困難的學生 (ii)

We introduced some methods used by Youth College teachers to teach students with specific learning difficulties (SLD) in the issue of December 2014.
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Regular Workshop Programme AY14/15: Season 2 (June 2015)

Regular Workshop Programme AY14/15: Season 2 (June 2015)
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Upcoming Events (May 2015)

The following activities will be conducted in May 2015.  For those who are interested in the following training, please keep an eye on our latest announcement  Do not miss the chance and enrol while seats are available!
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An Overview on Germany’s Dual System of Initial Vocational Education and Training (IVET)

Internationally, Germany’s vocational education and training is considered as a successful model, largely because of the Dual System, which leads to high-quality vocational qualifications and enables smooth education-to-work transitions.
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Using Creative Learning Space to transform Learning and Teaching Experiences

The Retail Lab of the BA Discipline was set up in the Haking Wong Campus of the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education since 4th January 2015.
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Shouldn’t Learning Be Fun?

“Shouldn’t Learning Be Fun” is one of the themes in the Worlddidac Asia 2015, an international exhibition and conference held in Hong Kong at AsiaWorld-Expo from 18 to 20 March 2015.
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To run courses successfully in the online environment, e-facilitation is an important factor in online learning.
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Sharing Session on Good Practices in Supporting Non-local Students

Starting from AY2012/2013, there are over 150 non-local students studying in VTC. This year, there are about 50 new non-local students, including students from Mainland China and overseas.
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