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有關本計劃

香港都會大學正在開展一項由香港賽馬會慈善信託基金捐助的項目,以推行「賽馬會STEAM教育資源共享計劃」,並支援中學推行STEAM(科學、科技、工程、藝術和數學)教育。

本計劃與中學合作,展示如何把現有的學校科目融入STEAM,為學生帶來愉快學習體驗,並促進教師掌握在其學校內推行STEAM教育的知識和技能。計劃亦會為中學教師提供支援和培訓,並作為資訊中心向中學提供有關STEAM教育的最新資訊。

範疇

  • 協助中學推行STEAM教育,如製作STEAM相關教材、提供學生的學習活動建議等
  • 舉辦教師的專業發展培訓活動
  • 收集各持份者意見以增強對中學的支援
  • 建立教材資料庫以分享良好示例

設施及資源

  • 賽馬會創意媒體實驗室
  • 賽馬會STEAM教育綜合實驗室
  • 賽馬會STEAM教育實驗室
  • 賽馬會STEAM學與教實驗室
  • 香港都會大學賽馬會STEAM教育資訊網

為期

4年

受惠者

中學教師及學生

Workshop 12:
STEAM Activity: IoT x Micro:bit [New]

Date:

31 May 2023, Wednesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Matthew LI, Senior Lecturer

Introduction:

Micro:bit is an excellent tool for students to learn about coding and programming. Electronic sensor is one of the applications of micro:bit and it is extremely useful in STEAM education. One of the advantages of using electronic sensors comparing to traditional measuring tools such as thermometer and secchi dish is that the data we obtained could be easily recorded and digitalized. Since the data is already digialized, it can be transferred over a network and we can monitor the data easily by using our computer or mobile device over the internet. This is known as the Internet of things (IoT).

In this workshop, we will show you how to use micro:bit to put IoT into practice. Different IoT methods such as makecode, excel and cloud service wil be introduced.

(We can help to implement the IoT at your school. Priority will be given to the teachers who joined this workshop)


Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 11:
Designing a STEAM Class: Designing a Learning Module on Let Me Fly [New]

Date:

25 May 2023, Thursday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

This module design helps to provide teaching strategies and activities related to "Fly". The STEAM elements related to "Fly" will be introduced and a hand-on activity will be conducted in this class.


Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 10:
Designing a STEAM Class: Making a Telescope in Classroom

Date:

10 May 2023, Wednesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

This workshop provides a practical scheme for designing a STEAM class on making a telescope. This activity, most suitable for Form 3 students or above, can be implemented in either a subject-based or project-based manner. Integration of the activity to relevant STEAM subjects will be highlighted, and the methodology will be provided.


Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 9:
STEAM Activity: Biology x Micro:bit

Date:

03 May 2023, Wednesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Matthew LI, Senior Lecturer

Introduction:

In the previous workshop, Scientific Investigation x Micro:bit, some basic programming skills related to scientific investigation using Micro:bit were demonstrated. In this workshop, we will focus on how to utilise Micro:bit to facilitate some Biological experiments. A Micro:bit infection game and DIY colony counter/ colonometer using Micro:bit will be demonstrated step-by-step. For physicists and chemists, don't worry. They are coming very soon!

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 8:
Designing a STEAM Class: Making Paper Roller Coaster

Date:

25 April 2023, Tuesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

Roller coasters are a good example of demonstrating the conservation of energy. However, constructing a roller coaster model can be expensive and time-consuming. Herein, we will demonstrate the use of paper to build a roller coaster model in a classroom.

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 7:
Fabricating a Solar Cell in a Cooking Fashion

Date:

14 April 2023, Friday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

Basic principles and fabrication methods of dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) will be introduced. The term "dye-sensitized" implies that the dye layer itself serves as an active layer and generates electrons after absorbing light. The dye is the key layer that generates electrons from the origin. Unlike research laboratories using synthesized complexes, herein dye made of natural fruit will be used and handled in a home kitchen. This activity is designed to be implemented in the school's laboratory.

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 6:
STEAM Activity: DIY UV-box x Micro:bit [New]

Date:

12 April 2023, Wednesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Matthew LI, Senior Lecturer

Introduction:

STEAM project is one of the most popular way to conduct STEAM education and innovation training in secondary schools. However, most of them (e.g. robotics, smart home, AI) are mainly focusing on technology and engineering. Seldom the traditional science subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology are incorporated into the project. Therefore, in this workshop, we will introduce an all-round STEAM project to you. We are going to make a DIY UV-box which can be used for objects disinfection. Micro:bit will be utilized to control the UV-box using simple coding. Finally, the disinfection effectiveness will be examined by using spread plate method.

(We can help to implement the project at your school. Priority will be given to the teachers who joined this workshop)

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 5:
Designing a STEAM Class: Building a Solar Car

Date:

28 March 2023, Tuesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

As an example of using renewable energy, a solar car model will be built to demonstrate the use of solar panels to generate electricity. Such clean energy can also be used to power various electronic products. Throughout this activity, students can learn circuit design and some of the key components of a solar car. In addition, a comparison between a LED lamp and a tungsten bulb on the charging time will be studied.

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 4:
STEAM Activity: Scientific Investigation x Micro:bit

Date:

22 March 2023, Wednesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Matthew LI, Senior Lecturer

Introduction:

Writing a program is not the ultimate goal of programming. Instead, programmers always design programs to facilitate human activities, including experiments. In the real world, no scientific research can be done without computers and programs. In STEAM education, however, we seldom find learning activities integrated with programming and science investigation. In this workshop, STEAM activities or experiments using Micro:bit to facilitate science investigation, such as measurement of water flow rate, water turbidity, and temperature, will be illustrated step-by-step (Some materials will be provided). I strongly believe you could replicate the activities yourself after this workshop.

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 3:
Designing a STEAM Class: Developing a Learning Module on Solar Energy

Date:

15 March 2023, Wednesday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

From 2019 to 2022, around 300 solar generation systems have been installed in aided schools and non-Governmental organizations under the "Solar Harvest" programme in the Green School 2.0 scheme. In this workshop, several units are developed to facilitate schools' teachers to deliver background knowledge of the programme. In addition, several activities are also introduced for implementing STEAM contents associated with the units.

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 2:
STEAM Activity: IoT x Micro:bit [New]

Date:

09 March 2023, Thursday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Matthew LI, Senior Lecturer

Introduction:

Micro:bit is an excellent tool for students to learn about coding and programming. Electronic sensor is one of the applications of Micro:bit and it is extremely useful in STEAM education. One of the advantages of using electronic sensors comparing to traditional measuring tools such as thermometer and secchi dish is that the data we obtained could be easily recorded and digitalized. Since the data is already digialized, it can be transferred over a network and we can monitor the data easily by using our computer or mobile device over the internet. This is known as the Internet of things (IoT).

In this workshop, we will show you how to use micro:bit to put IoT into practice. Different IoT methods such as makecode, excel and cloud service wil be introduced.

(We can help to implement the IoT at your school. Priority will be given to the teachers who joined this workshop)

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form

Workshop 1:
Designing a STEAM Class: Making a Telescope in Classroom

Date:

06 March 2023, Monday

Time:

14:30-17:30

Venue:

Room E1030, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Speaker:

Dr Oscar FUNG, Lecturer

Introduction:

This workshop provides a practical scheme for designing a STEAM class on making a telescope. This activity, most suitable for Form 3 students or above, can be implemented in either a subject-based or project-based manner. Integration of the activity to relevant STEAM subjects will be highlighted, and the methodology will be provided.

Language:

Cantonese supplemented with English PowerPoint

Registration:

Please complete the online registration form