PMQ Seed exhibited in Learning & Teaching Expo (LTE) for the very first time ! Held at 7 - 9 December 2022 in HKCEC Hall 3CDE, Learning & Teaching Expo is Asia’s Leading Education Expo and Hong Kong’s annual signature event for educators. It provides an annual platform for education buyers, governments, school leaders, teachers and educators to discover and source the latest developments in educational resources and learning technology.
PMQ Seed believes that planting the creative seed in the minds of children will contribute significantly towards their cultivation of character and creative thought, as well as growth and development in future society. In our booth, we introduced the ideas and details of our program, showcased students' works and invited visitors to experience interactive teaching tools.
During the expo, PMQ Seed invited participating students to give brief presentation on their work and elaborated their creative ideas with the visitors. They were well-prepared and conducted lively presentations for the visitors contributed to our successful participation.
Tak Sun School
HKMLC Wong Chan Sook Ying Memorial School
CCC Wanchai Church Kei To Primary School (Kowloon City)
TWGHs Tsoi Wing Sing Primary School
Baptist Rainbow Primary School
S.K.H Fung Kei Millennium Primary School
Creativity can be nurtured from a young age. With this belief, PMQ Seed aims to sow a creativity seed in kids. Matching STEM and creativity in education is a global phenomenon. Therefore, STEM is taught in Hong Kong’s primary schools. Nonetheless, there is still a need for primary schools to collaborate with talent from different sectors of creative industries to implement creativity and technology in everyday life.
The sharing “Enhancing the Implementation of Creative Education in Primary Schools through Cross-disciplinary Collaboration” featuring Mr Woo Tat Wing (Panel Head of STEM EDUCATION, CCC Wanchai Church Kei To Primary School) and Mr Allan Au (New Media Artist and Software Engineer, Fablab Tokwawan) together with our moderator Mr Kevin Siu (Architect & Assistant Professor, AaaM Architects), gave the audience a glimpse of how cross-disciplinary collaboration can advance creative education through successful examples.