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  • Increasing the Efficacy of ICT Education at Junior Secondary Level
    The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Increasing the Efficacy of ICT Education at Junior Secondary Level     Integrating the opinion from youth, teachers and experts, we found that ICT education at Junior Secondary Level plays an important role in developing students’ problem-solving skills and the ability to adopt ICT tools both for learning and daily life. It can also enable enhanced information literacy and life-long learning.   The research project conducted from March to May, 2019, highlighted a significant difference between teachers’ and students’ evaluation on students’ ICT ability. Among the 101 teachers surveyed, most of them […]
  • Advancing the Honours and Awards System of the HKSAR
    The Youth I.D.E.A.S. announced its latest report on Advancing the Honours and Awards System of the HKSAR     An onsite survey conducted in March on 522 Hong Kong citizens aged 18 or above noted that 95.2% of respondents considered it an important issue for a government to honour people for their contribution to society. Close to 80% (79.5%) said that an honours and awards system with credibility would enhance their support to the HKSAR Government.   About 60% (59.6%), however, said they would not consider nominating anyone. Among them, about 30% (29.6%) said it was because there are no […]
  • Volume 21, Issue No. 1 (Serial No. 41) Development of Youth’s Whole Person Wellness
    Journal of Youth Studies January 2018 Volume 21 . Issue No. 1 Serial No. 41     Under the rapid development of the society and the improvement of our quality of life, the definition of ‘health’ has been transformed. Health no longer solely means the absence of diseases and has been developed into a conception of whole person wellness which refers to physical, emotional, spiritual and social well-being. Youth is the new force in our society. Since whole person wellness could help young people overcome difficulties and challenges, understanding and promoting youth wellness is crucial.   The theme of this issue […]

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