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3 August 2020

SPCC Recommends: Google for Education - The Anywhere School 2020

Google for Education is hosting a free global livestream event, The Anywhere School, to celebrate educators and explore the future of education. During the Hong Kong session, St. Paul's Co-educational College will share our views and practices on “Sustaining e-Learning in the Post-COVID Era” amongst EDB officials and other educators.

Date: August 12, 2020 (Wednesday)

Time: APAC session starts at 9 AM, HK session from 12:00 to 12:30 PM

Language: HK session in Cantonese; all sessions will provide subtitles in 11 languages

Registration link: https://rebrand.ly/google-anywhere-school-hk-1q

By registering, you can choose to tune in live or watch any of the sessions on demand.

Google has invited Ministries of Education, education experts, and Google edtech partners from 18 countries and territories from around the world to discuss pressing topics like hybrid learning, well-being, classroom engagement and more. 

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Economics
Mission

The Economics Department seeks to nurture independent thinkers who are able to analyse real-world issues and government policies with fundamental economic theories, and evaluate with international perspectives and respect for different cultures and values.

 

Curriculum Goals
  • To develop students’ interest in exploring human behaviour and social issues, becoming lifelong learners who will continue to discover the world through an economic perspective.
  • To help students master basic economic principles and terminology so that they can comprehend the relationship between economic events and outcomes.
  • To help students better understand local, regional and global economic and social issues and their possible consequences and implications. 
  • To develop students’ awareness of the economic, political, social and environmental forces underlying the process of economic decision-making.
  • To train students to be critical and informed individuals in the discussion of local, regional and global economic and social issues.
  • To encourage students to become committed and responsible citizens, contributing to the well-being of the local community, the nation and the world.