Publications And Tools

《航 · 導》Edu-Paths

The first issue aims to facilitate educators to have a full picture of HKBM’s process and result.

We have interviewed several Principals, Vice Principals, Career Master/ Mistress, Scholars and Business Enterprises, and explored the ways to facilitate students to develop their own career roadmap.

《航 · 導》Edu-Paths

The second issue centers around school and business partnership – a crucial and unique element of the CLAP@JC project. The ever-changing world of work and the new-normal pandemic landscape pose unprecedented challenges for teenagers to make meaningful interpretation to the massive information on multiple pathways and make informed choices on their career and life decisions. To facilitate youth with a smooth transition from school to workplace, school, business, and parent each play an important role to enable ‘Meaningful encounters with the workplace’ (HKBM 8).

We have interviewed Mr. To Wing Hang, Edward, Deputy Secretary for Education; Professor Stephen Cheung, President of the Education University of Hong Kong; Principals, Career Master/Mistress and Business leaders, and collate views from policy, academic to industry to share their views on how an effective business-school partnership could multiply impact on schools’ sustainable career and life education and enable students develop their own career roadmap.

Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career & Life Development Toolkit

Referencing the UK’s Gatsby Benchmarks, the CLAP@JC team has created the Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career and Life Development (“HKBM”), a localized and systematic CLD framework that empowers school to add value to their existing CLD efforts through strategic lens.

Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career & Life Development Case Studies

The successful stories and cases from the pilot schools about Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career and Life Development (“HKBM”).

Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career and Life Development Practice Highlights Booklet

This booklet showcases ten network schools of the CLAP@JC Project their good practices under the “Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career and Life Development”. These participating schools use the “Hong Kong Career Development Self-Assessment Benchmarks” as a framework to review the school’s career and life development policies and measures for continuous improvement, so as to provide students with responsive and high-quality career and life development activities.

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