Our school makes good use of e-resources to aid teaching and learning. By installing e-whiteboards and launching the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) policy, our teachers are able to provide digital feedback and interact with students more easily and promptly during lessons, which can benefit students’ learning. Meanwhile, teachers adopt different kinds of interactive teaching and learning platforms and software, such as Padlet and Nearpod, to foster peer support among students. For instance, students are encouraged to design questions for their peers and to evaluate their peers’ answers. Not only does such e-learning activity realise self-directed learning, which in turn reinforces metacognition, it also allows teachers to monitor students’ learning progress, providing support when necessary in order to cater for individual differences.  


Teaching with the Nearpod App Giving instant feedback using the Interative Whiteboard