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The Knowledge Bank is dedicated to bringing members the most relevant and timely information to assist in educational improvement. The following provides a store of resources that provide important points of reference, but are no longer considered the most current information.

  • Regional Strategy on Environmental Education in the Asia-Pacific 2002
    The strategy provides a comprehensive framework of actions on environmental education for the Asia-Pacific region and takes account of Asia-Pacific perspectives on enhancing these actions. It is an outcome of a series of participatory processes including discussions, consultations and workshops with key players and stakeholders of the region Get More Detail (Last Updated: June 06, 2003)

  • Handheld Learning
    This site presents the issues related to the use of handheld computers for teaching and learning. Get More Detail (Last Updated: October 01, 2003)

  • Teaching Resources for Assessments in Innovation and Learning
    This site provides practical applications and assessment techniques to promote critical thinking in the classroom based on research on critical thinking out of Pellissippi Technical Community College in Tennessee. Get More Detail (Last Updated: January 21, 2004)

  • Mathematics in the U.S.
    Describes the performance, policies, practices and research that is supporting reforms of mathematics in the United States Get More Detail (Last Updated: April 22, 2004)

  • Third International Mathematics and Science Study-Repeat (TIMSS) - Canada Report
    The Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) was designed to compare and contrast the teaching and learning of mathematics and science in elementary and secondary schools around the world. This report compares findings for Canada with other TIMMS participants. Get More Detail (Last Updated: May 09, 2006)

  • Science Education Key Learning Area
    This is an official website for the Science Education Section, Curriculum Development Institute, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It provides information on the learning and teaching of the science education in Hong Kong. Get More Detail (Last Updated: April 23, 2004)

  • Science IT-Based Resources
    This Hong Kong Chinese and English language website aims at supporting the learning and teaching of the Science Curriculum. It seeks to nurture students' habits and skills of scientific inquiry so that they may systematically explore topics of interest. The site encourages school-based science curriculum development on issues that are closely related to students' experiences. Get More Detail (Last Updated: December 22, 2003)

  • Mathematics Education Key Area Curriculum Guide
    This Mathematics curriculum guide from Hong Kong aims to present the curriculum frameworks, which include curriculum aims, learning targets and objectives, and provides suggestions regarding curriculum planning, learning and teaching strategies, assessment and exemplars of effective learning, teaching and assessment practices. Get More Detail (Last Updated: April 23, 2004)

  • Exemplars of Curriculum Development in Schools
    This Hong Kong site provides exemplars of effective teaching practices. These exemplars were prepared to complement the report, “Learning to Learn - The Way Forward in Curriculum Development” (June 2001) prepared by the Curriculum Development Council. The exemplars are intended to illustrate the ideas and recommendations in the report with authentic local experiences, to help readers to understand them, and also to see how they happen in Hong Kong. This site is partially in Chinese and partially in English. Get More Detail (Last Updated: February 11, 2004)

  • Backing Australia's Ability: The Australian Government's Innovative Report 2003-04
    This report provides information on the Australian Government’s five-year strategy on innovation in science, which was announced in 2003 and developed with assistance from the business, education and scientific communities. Get More Detail (Last Updated: February 11, 2004)