S.K.H. TSANG SHIU TIM
SECONDARY
SCHOOL
Careers Team
Careers Mistress: Mrs Tam Leung Yen Ying
Our Mission
All-round development of our students,
providing them colourful learning
experiences to ensure growth in morality,
wisdom, sportsmanship, social maturity,
aesthetics and spirituality.
Our history (30th Anniversary)
•Students’ background: low to average income.
most live in public housing
• Teachers’ background: 80% teachers teaching for
over 10 years.
( Turnover rate: 0.2% /year)
S.K.H. Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School
School Management Structure (2007-2008)
School Council
Principal
Vice Principal
(Studies)
Academic
Affairs
Committee
School
Improvement
Team
School Plans
Committee
Life
Education
Committee
7 teachers
NSS
Working
Party
NSS OLE
(4 teachers)
sports, ECA,
CRE, MCE
Crisis
Management
Team
Further
Education &
Careers
Counseling
Committee
Parent
Teacher
Association
Staff
Development
Committee
Alumni
Association
Vice Principal
(Administration)
Information
Technology
Committee
3 teachers
General
Administrative
Affairs
Committee
Student
Counseling
Committee
Discipline
Committee
Religion
Affairs &
Ceremonies
Committee
Extracurricular
Activities
Committee
CYC 2 teachers
Aims of Careers Education (5Es)
1. Effecting matching between students and careers.
- students achieving self understanding, strengths
and aptitudes.
- students informed of the working world.
2. Enabling: linking studies (KLA) with work
demands.
- students working harder on related work skills e.g.
languages, maths, etc.
5Es=Empowerment
Aims of Careers Education (5Es)
3. Extending: increasing exposure and active
experimentation.
- students applying KLA knowledge in ECA
activities and acquiring generic skills.
4. Enriching: deepening experience and sharing
with others.
- students reflecting on experiences and inspiring
others with aspirations.
5. Equipping for life: viewing work in the widening
contexts: students valuing work ethics,
contributing to society, country and world.
5Es=Empowerment
Methods in Careers Education
Session
– talks, dissemination of information via the
intranet, campus noticeboards and
publications. (careers library) [Careers Day,
Alumni Sharing]
Methods in Careers Education
Project
– Curriculum – related (Language-Careers
Projects) (small-scale, across forms, peer
teaching) [Careers Oscars, English SBA]
– Multi-intelligence / Enterprising Projects
(large-scale, alumni-initiated, across forms)
[The Apprentice]
Methods in Careers Education
Activity
– Visit (cultural exchange programmes[Peace
Boat] school-business partnership
programmes) [Aircraft Carrier]
– Camps (conflict management) [International
School Camp]
– Intensive courses ( topping-up,remedial)
– Mock Interviews (alumni-and-teachers
hosted) [Mentorship Scheme]
Methods in Careers Education
Events
– Stakeholders (Parents Day, PTA functions,
PTA publications, Careers Day)
– District/country/regional/world functions
(Open Days, Expos, competitions, summer
courses)
– Real work experience (Volunteer teaching,
serving in hospital, community service)
[Financial Quiz]
Expected Outcomes (For Students)
1. Effected: Students’ ownership in career planning. (Vital in NSS)
Enabled: – self-initiated search
– self-assessed progress
2. Extended: Gradual initiation into critical thinking and decision
making.
3. Enriched: Students’ interest and passion in aspirations through
happy experiences.
4. Equipped: Attitudes and value formation in work.
5. Empowered: Sharing with peers, alumni
Expected Outcomes (For School)
Students (bonding
among themselves)
1. Partnerships (Teacher’s space)
Tripartite relationship
(alumni > outside volunteers)
alumni
school
2. Partners with KLA (across curriculum), OLE (MCE, CS)
Partners with other organizations (PTA, AA)
Partners with global organizations (Peace Boat, LPC)
3. Programme development (constant reflections) – sustainability
(building a tradition e.g. alumni participation)
4. Teachers’ development (Careers teachers’ knowledge and skills)
Expected Outcomes ( School Self Assessment)
How Careers Teachers evaluate programmes and plan for the
future:
- Assessment Methods:
A.Quantitative
1. After each programme, computer scored reflections.
2. Comparison across years (e.g. number of participants).
3. Co-relation with KLA areas.
4. Transparent: results on Careers website.
Expected Outcomes ( School Self Assessment)
B.Qualitative
5.Open-ended reflective comments for self and school on
computer-score sheets.
6. Long reflective journals.
7. Teachers’ monitoring through casual chats with stakeholders.
(students, alumni, parents, teachers, partners and school
authority)
Expected Outcomes ( School Self Assessment)
C. Relation to KLA/OLE
8. Evaluate emphasis on particular areas based on students’
strength and weakness and the school’s policies.
D. Experimentation
9. Trying new methods and ready for changes.
Misconceptions (Myths)
Myth: 1. Careers Education is vocational education.
So, higher ability students do not need it.
Answer: All (the all-rounders and the weak) need it.
Myth: 2. Academic results dictate the students’ choices.
So, higher ability students study first and decide on
careers upon graduation.
Answer: Early preparation and strategic planning makes a
difference in achievement and choices.
Myth: 3. A lot of money needed for Careers programmes.
Answer: Partnerships and alumni contribution saves money.
SKH Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School (2007-8)
Tentative Time Allocation for OLE
(for internal planning use)
Time tabling: 6 days/cycle, 40 mins/period, 25 cycles
OLE Components
Provision for all students
in School
Time allocation
(in hour)
Total time/year (hour)
PE
2 periods
33
45
Sports Day (2 days)
12
AE
2 periods
33
33
MCE
Assembly (2 periods) &
Class teacher period (1
period)
50
75
CRE
Career education through
talks
> 15
CS
Exposure in CS (Service
ambassador, other school
service groups) 3 times a
year
10
Total time allocation for
each year
153 hours
(exceed 135 per year)
SKH Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School (2008-9)
Tentative Time Allocation for OLE
(for internal planning use)
Time tabling: 6 days/cycle, 40 mins/period, 25 cycles
OLE Components
Provision for all students in
School
Time allocation
(in hour)
Total time/year (hour)
PE
2 periods
33
45
Sports Day (2 days)
12
One Students One Sport (F1)
>10
2 periods
33
One Student One Art (F2)
English -- Film Appreciation
(F4-5)
Drama Workshop (F2)
>10
MCE
Assembly (2 periods) &
Class teacher period (1 period)
50
CRE
Career education through
talks
> 15
CS
Exposure in CS (Service
ambassador, other school
service groups) 3 times a year
10
AE
Total time allocation for each
year
43
75
163 hours
(exceed 135 per year)
SKH Tsang Shiu Tim Secondary School
Partnership
Global Organisations
Local Organisations
Alumni
Parents
School
Students
Subjects &
OLE areas
World
Thank You
The End
Careers Day
Alumni Sharing
Careers Oscars
The Apprentice
Apprentice Stall
Apprentice Services
Apprentice Camp
Apprentice Sharing
Apprentice Camp
Apprentice Camp
Apprentice Camp
Description
Billboard
Final Score
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Peace Boat
Aircraft Carrier
LPC United World College Camp
Mentorship Scheme
(Sept 2002 – Oct 2003)
Making both teachers and students more reflective
Careers Day
Mentorship Scheme
Mentorship Scheme (First formal 2-hour meeting)
• Self-assessment of 50 mentees on their own generic skills
• Feedback from 40 mentors on mentees’ generic skills
Financial quizzes
Li Po Chun United World College English Camp
Students’Reflections (mostly unedited)
One of the winning reflective journals:
• From 4B(19) Cheung Ming Chui
• ‘Fun’ and ‘meaningful’. These are the words I
would like to describe the camp—namely English
Conflict Management Day Camp—we
approximately 40 TST students joined on 1st
February.
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Aims of Careers Education (5Es)