Co-curricular and Service Learning Courses
GEM Co-curricular and Service Learning Courses

Experiential Learning is introduced to the GE domain from 2019/20 onwards. It comprises Experiential Learning Courses (ELCs) and Co-Curricular and Service Learning Courses (CSLCs).


CSLCs provide students with an opportunity to engage in learning in action and through action in real-life or work-place context while complementing, connecting with, and mirroring their learning experiences derived from formal curriculum.

Timetable

For the details of CSLC timetable in Semester 2 of 2022/23, please refer to the announcment made by GEO via email before online course registration and add/ drop period.

Course List

Course Code Course Title

GEM1001

Health Promotion Practice

 

GEM1002

Physical Activity for Health

 

GEM1003

Healthy Eating in Action

 

GEM1005

Service Based Learning for School SEN Students

體驗學習:教導學校特殊學習需要學生

GEM1006

Understanding Social Disadvantages Through Services

體驗學習:認識弱勢社群

GEM1007

Exploring Workplace Competency

 

GEM1011

Religions in Hong Kong: Experience and Reality

 

GEM1012

Intergenerational Learning through Service with the Elderly

 

GEM1013

Encountering Museums

博物館的邂逅

GEM1014

Walking with the Handicapped

 

GEM1015

Partnerships with Agencies in Community

與社福機構同行

GEM1016

Intercultural Sensitivity and Social Innovation

 

GEM1017

Musical Arts in Action

音樂動起來

GEM1019

Community Service-based Learning in STEM Education

 

GEM1021

Enhancing Leadership by Organizing Coding Education Activities

 

GEM1024

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude through Practicing Thankfulness in Service Learning

 

GEM1025

Understanding Children Growth in Low Income Families

 

GEM1026

Conservation and Ecotourism

 

GEM1027

Understanding Hong Kong’s Environmental Performance through Practice

從實踐中認識香港的環境表現

GEM1028

Service-based Learning in a Life-wide Education Programme on Nature

 

GEM1029

Understanding linguistic and related barriers through services to socially disadvantaged children

 

GEM1030

Transforming Children Through Reading Stories in English

 

GEM1034

Enriching English-learning Environments in Hong Kong Schools

改善香港學校英文學習環境

GEM1035

In search of narratives in life

尋找生命的故事

GEM1036

Developing Leadership through Service Learning

 

GEM1038

Language Carnival

語文嘉年華

GEM1039

Drama as a Creative Teaching Strategy in the Language Classroom

創意戲劇策略與語文教室

GEM1040

Service Learning and Civic Engagement

 

GEM1041

Service Learning in International Schools

 

GEM1042

Wellbeings in Schools: A Service-learning Approach

 

GEM1043

Enhancing Leadership by Organizing Mathematical and STEM Activities

 

GEM1047

Learning Language and Culture through Chinese History Animation

非華語生學中文:以中史動畫為基礎

GEM1049

Chinese Folklore Ambassador

民俗傳人

GEM1050

Implementation of Whole Person Development through Drama with Chinese Culture

透過以中國文化為题材之戲劇實踐全人教育

GEM1051

Public Speaking and Society 

 

GEM1052

Understanding and Coping with Post-Crisis Stress

危機事故壓力之認知及處理

GEM1053

English Carousel

 

GEM2009

Service-learning for Supporting Individuals with Communication, Literacy and Learning Difficulties

 

GEM2010

Practice Engagement of Special Educational Needs

特殊教育需要的實踐參與

GEM2018

Music, Health and Wellbeing

康健樂人生

GEM2023

Reportage and Oral History Writing in Chinese

中文報道及口述歷史寫作

GEM2037

Story Reading in Chinese to Non-Chinese-Speaking (NCS) Children

 

GEM2044

Promoting Digital Citizenship in Local Schools

 

GEM2045

Community Reading and Literacy

 

GEM2046

Reading Places in Literature: Hong K​ong Literary Walks

漫遊社區‧悅讀文學:香港文學導賞團

GEM2048

Be a Docent for a Cultural Trail

 導賞文化徑

GEM4004

Mental Health Preparation for Teaching and Related Disciplines

(Mainly English for lectures with Cantonese for practical component)

 

Remarks:


^The offering of the CSLCs depends on the decision of the hosting departments. The courses contained therein may be offered in any semesters.'

^Students are strongly advised to pay attention to the announcment made by GEO via email before online course registration and add/ drop period in every semester.

^Some out-of-class activities maybe included. Students are advised to reserve at least 1 hour before AND after the scheduled time for possible travel. Please refer to individual course outlines for details.

(Last updated on 21 July, 2022)