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Defective STEM education in Hong Kong

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Defective STEM education in Hong Kong

Reported by Ken Lam, 12th Feb

The Hong Kong Government wanted to keep abreast with the STEM (science, technology engineering and math) education train, but it was inefficient practising in the actual education system, said Moni Law.


Moni Law Yin-ling, who is the ICanCode Founder & CEO said, “There is an increasing number of developed countries raising the proportion of the expenditure on STEM education, likewise the Hong Kong Government has granted each secondary school 100K-200K especially for STEM education. It was admirable but many obstacles emerged while carry out, like the schedules of the classes were already full, the teachers in schools have to take additional STEM courses in their spare time, the supports from education bureau were not enough and so on. There should be more to be done in order to raise the STEM in Hong Kong.” Said Law.


A tremendous change in a generation was never easy In Hong Kong, it would take a long time to consummate the whole STEM education system, said Law. She understands and agrees most of the decisions in schools have to through the official set process albeit of which is small and simple. The rules have made Hong Kong, but nothing is perfect. The world changes too fast that we barely follow, Hong Kong has to find a way to keep up with the STEM train, said Law.


Law suggested the students in Hong Kong could learn coding like the students in other developed nations does as the beginning of adapting to STEM education environment. “Coding is the new international language in the next generation. Most jobs in various dimensions would require the employees to know of the basic knowledge of coding at that time. Coding would definitely be highly valued in the future. Most 4-year-old Korean kids could do simple coding under proper STEM education. Hong Kong should learn from those developed countries with successful STEM education.”

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