The project “Developing Students’ Innovation Competency through Advanced STEM Learning Experiences” is organised by the Education Bureau (EDB), which consists of a series of training programmes and a research mentorship programme on STEM education for primary and secondary students. It aims to develop and further enhance students’ knowledge and skills on STEM-related disciplines, as well as to develop STEM and innovation competency of students. The project has been commissioned to the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), and the teaching staff of the HKUST designed and delivered the programmes.
In order to showcase students’ learning outcomes from their research and investigation and promote STEM education among primary and secondary schools, the EDB will organise a student conference with the HKUST on 17 April 2021 (Saturday). The details of the student conference are available in Appendix 3 of the EDB circular (Circular Number: EDBCM021/2021 ) and at the website of the Academy for Bright Future Young Engineers, HKUST:
EDB Circular Memorandum (Annex 3)