In 2018, the Croucher Foundation conducted its third annual mapping exercise for the out-of-school STEM learning ecosystem in Hong Kong.
The study reveals a rich and vibrant ecosystem for out-of-school STEM in Hong Kong with almost 3,000 discrete activities covering a very wide range of science disciplines. This third report indicates extremely rapid growth in available out-of-school STEM activities compared to 2016 and an even larger increase in the number of organisations offering out-of-school STEM activities in Hong Kong.
STEM educators are eager to foster long term collaboration with each other, and with schools. At the same time, good working practice by schools, teachers, STEM educators and institutions that involves and engages local communities was discovered, showing the diversified modes of connection which could enhance the sustainability of STEM ecosystem.
We trust that this three-year study with its associated digital maps, provides a useful resource for schools, teachers, students, parents, STEM educators and education policy makers in Hong Kong.
|Third Report 2017-2018|
|Out-of-school STEM Activities in Hong Kong from June 2017 to May 2018|
|STEM Organisers in Hong Kong 2017/2018|
|Second Report 2016-2017|
|Out-of-school STEM Activities in Hong Kong from June 2016 to May 2017|
|STEM Organisers in Hong Kong 2016/2017|
|Out-of-School STEM Ecosystem in Hong Kong|
|Out-of-school STEM Activities in Hong Kong from June 2015 to May 2016|
|STEM Organisers in Hong Kong 2015/2016|