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  1. WHAT IS CLT? Community Leaders of Tomorrow – Nurturing Future Leaders with Social Responsibility through Involvement in Community Service 「今日公益,明日領袖」 – 透過社會服務計培育俱社會責任感的未來領袖 Updated Version: September 2010

  2. Introduction to CLT Achievements of CLT Community Service Projects Experience Sharing and Award Ceremony Leadership Seminar Sharing the Experience with All the Schools in Hong Kong Feedback from Education Bureau Feedback from Students Feedback from The Hong Kong Institute of Education Selected Media Coverage Contact Information Appendix: List of Participating Schools and Projects in Previous CLT Programmes Table of Contents

  3. Community Leaders of Tomorrow (“CLT”), launched in 2006-07, is a scheme created by EdExchange, a non- profit organization specializing in helping schools raise educational resources from the community, with the main objective of developing future leaders of Hong Kong and China with a strong sense of social responsibility by: Promoting a community service ethos among students in Hong Kong and beyond; Encouraging students to develop entrepreneurial, management and teamwork skills; and Helping students make a measurable and sustainable difference in the lives of people across all segments of society, especially the elderly, sick and needy Participating schools form student-led teams to conceive, plan and implement community service projects Projects run the course of a full school year (Oct to May) and are then evaluated by a panel of judges for creativity, entrepreneurship, effectiveness and reach, financial responsibility, and teamwork In 2008-09 school year, over 2,000 students from 21 schools participated; Over the last 4 years, a total of 3,830 students from 96 schools have participated In 2009-10 school year, 1,000 students from 39 local secondary schools, 1 primary school, 1 international school and 1 school in mainland China participated. Project themes have included helping the elderly, promoting environmental education, teaching English to rural schools in PRC, fund raising Student volunteers from The Hong Kong Institute of Education assisted in leading student teams in implementing service projects and monitoring the progress of the projects and organize an experience sharing and award presentation ceremony at the end of a school year 1. Introduction to CLT (1/3) What is CLT?

  4. In CLT 06/07, 07/08 and 08/09, each team was given a seed capital from the Organizers of CLT to finance its project. In CLT 10/11 seed capital will be continually provided to selected teams. For CLT 09/10, participating schools was eligible to nominate a number of student representatives to a Leadership Seminar organized by the alumni of Harvard Business School in July 2010. Leadership enhancement seminar will also be organized in May 2011. The Programme has attracted many sponsors, including, Lead Sponsor:Yue Yuen Industrial (Holdings) Limited (09-11) & Merrill Lynch (06-09), Co-Sponsors: Education Bureau (06-11) & EdExchange (06-10), HKIEd has been the founding stakeholder of EdExchange since the Programme’s inception. Others: The Harvard Business School Association of Hong Kong (HBSAHK) (09-10), General Chamber of Commerce (06-09), The Chinese University of Hong Kong OneMBA Alumni (06-08), Ho-Sum Organization (06-08) and British Chamber of Commerce (for 2006/07 only), CLT 10/11 is organized by The Hong Kong Institute of Education. It is co-sponsored by Education Bureau and Yue Yuen Industrial (Holdings) Limited. 1. Introduction to CLT (2/3) What is CLT? (Con’d)

  5. The Scheme has been very well received by schools, teachers, parents and students as well as the Education Bureau: Community service will be incorporated in the new senior secondary school curriculum in Hong Kong from 2009-10 as part of the required Other Learning Experiences (“OLE”) Scholars, teachers, parents and even students all agree that participation in community service work will not only enrich a student’s community service experience, but also develop his/her many generic qualities and skills such as leadership, project management, and teamwork 1. Introduction to CLT (3/3) What is CLT? (Con’d) CLT provides a unique forum for students of all the schools in Hong Kong to engage in community service projects, share their experience with others, and see their achievements being acknowledged

  6. 2. Achievements of CLT (1/2) • The popularity of the CLT scheme has grown year on year:

  7. 2. Achievements of CLT (2/2)

  8. 3. Community Service Projects (1/6) CLT 2006 - 07 Students having a great time with kids in a school in rural China Building friendship and trust with the elders through art and crafts workshops Raising environmental awareness among students through cleaning Starfish Bay Children were playing a language game “Scrabble” in a weekly language workshop

  9. 3. Community Service Projects (2/6) CLT 2006 - 07 Taking care of refugee children and learning about their experiences Having fun with mentally challenged kids in a ball game Students helping children prepare a musical performance Students developing a great relationship with orphans Students developing insights into the problems of education in rural China

  10. 3. Community Service Projects (3/6) CLT 2007 - 08 Students enjoying a P.E. lesson with students from Yunnan, China Paying a visit to a local senior home Students attending a science lesson together with students from Yunnan, China Students participating in a peer reading scheme

  11. 3. Community Service Projects (4/6) CLT 2007 - 08 Chinese calligraphy of blessing words for the students. Full attention to the task at hand “Rock-climbing taught me a lesson that with courage, I could try anything! “ Students participating in a peer reading scheme Students had a taste of organic farming

  12. Serving SEN children Celebrating X’mas with the elderly Magic and jugglery workshop Making scarves for the elderly Singing songs with the elderly Recycling and fundraising for local charities 3. Community Service Projects (5/6) CLT 2009 - 10

  13. Donation to schools in rural area in China Having fun with kindergarten children in game With new immigrants at Science Museum Making recycled paper for environmental protection Preparing dinner in Qing Yuan rural area Harmony between different races 3. Community Service Projects (6/6) CLT 2009 - 10

  14. 4. Experience Sharing and Award Presentation (1/3) • An experience sharing and award presentation ceremony is held at the end of the school year with students from the participating schools sharing their experience in serving the community • Guests attending the Ceremony will have the chance to see the works of the students in their community service projects CLT 2006-07

  15. 4. Experience Sharing and Award Presentation (2/3) CLT 2007-08

  16. 4. Experience Sharing and Award Presentation (3/3) CLT 2009-10

  17. Dr. Susie Lum shared the “4Ds” of a visionary and inspirational leader – Dream, Discover, Dare and Decide. 5. Leadership Seminar (1/2) CLT 2009-10 Students were listening carefully to the sharing of Mr. Tien. Keynote Speech by Mr. Michael Tien

  18. Students were helping their fellows to relax their shoulders. Students were discussing what were the attributes of a good leader. Training Session led by Mr. Matthew Tsui Both students and teachers were involved in the Seminar. Students were finding out their own values. 5. Leadership Seminar (2/2)

  19. 6. Sharing the Experience with All the Schools in Hong Kong • 1,500 copies of Experience Sharing Report capturing the community service work of the participating students are printed each year and distributed to the Scheme’s participants as well as all schools and selected NGO’s in Hong Kong to further promote the community service ethos underlining the Scheme to the public

  20. 7. Feedback from Education Bureau “The scheme demonstrates how we can promote whole-person development through education…[It] breaks new ground by bringing together our international and local schools to deliver community service projects, and in so doing opens up new learning experience for students of different background…[It] is a big success and we want EdExchange to continue,” Bernadette Linn, Deputy Secretary for Education May 2007 “Community Service” is effective in developing empathy, social concern and respect for different groups of people in society. These values and attitudes underpin Moral and Civic Education. The future leaders of our society are nurtured through the valuable learning experiences gained in programmes like “Community Leaders of Tomorrow,” Mr. Chris Wardlaw, Deputy Secretary for Education May 2008

  21. 8. Feedback from Students (1/2) “We have found this Scheme rewarding and meaningful. Although we are from different schools, cultural background and speaking different languages, we are glad to have this opportunity working together to serve the community,” Students from King George V College and Chan Shui Kei (La Salle) College May 2007 “Throughout our many sessions, we grew a bond with the amazing children. Their laughter, creativity, and imagination have touched us all. We hope that they have benefited from this, being more environmentally aware and able to recognize and understand the new terms they learnt pertaining to saving the environment so they can contribute to making the world a better place…. Our team this year has worked together cooperatively, learning more about each other,” Students from King George V College and Chan Shui Kei (La Salle) College May 2008

  22. 8. Feedback from Students (2/2) • “ After being a OLT tutor this year, I have more in-depth understanding on the new senior secondary Curriculum (Other Learning Experiences). I also learned how to organize and design a large-scale activity. • This programme provides a good opportunity for us to visit the school and help students to co-ordinate the activities. I would like to thank all the participating schools for giving us much freedom, so that the whole event can be organized smoothly.” • Student from HKIED – Gloria • March 2010

  23. 9. Feedback from The Hong Kong Institute of Education “Any of the participants in this programme, who has learned the lesson of servant-leader, can consider him or herself a winner,” Professor Wing On Lee, MH Vice President (Academic) and Deputy to the President The Hong Kong Institute of Education May 2008

  24. 10. Selected Media Coverage (1/6) 18 November 2006 South China Morning Post

  25. 10. Selected Media Coverage (2/6) 10 February 2007 South China Morning Post

  26. 10. Selected Media Coverage (3/6) 31 May 2008, “Wen Wei Bao”, a Chinese newspaper in Hong Kong 18中小學合作服務社會 ■18間中小學校參與「今日公益,明日領袖」計劃,以跨校合作形式服務社會。圖為計劃獲獎學校與大會代表合照。 【本報訊】學生雖然年紀輕輕,但只要有心就能組織各種各樣的活動,為社會作貢獻。18間中小學參加了「教融易」主辦的第二屆「今日公益,明日領袖」聯校社會服務計劃,以跨校合作的方式進行關懷長者、推廣環保及社區探訪等活動,更從中學會溝通、組織及合作的技巧。而幾個憑出色計劃獲主辦單位頒予獎項及獎金的「跨校小組」,亦分別將所獲的萬元獎金捐給四川地震災民及本地青少年服務團體,將其社會服務的宗旨一直推展。 貫徹宗旨 萬元獎金捐災區  是次計劃共有600多名學生參加,其中由陳瑞祺(喇沙)書院和英皇佐治五世學校學生合作的「綠之力量」計劃,透過「教融易」平台籌得約1萬元,供參與的10多名學生於幼兒中心推廣環保意念。計劃亦為其贏得「捐款提名權」和「美林財務管理」兩項大獎,共計3萬元獎金,他們會將其中1萬元捐予四川地震災民,延續服務社會的心意,剩下的2萬元則由兩校各自購買財務類書籍放於圖書館供學生使用。  而由樂善堂梁植偉紀念中學及保良局陳溢小學合作的「兩校三分親」,以及由筲箕灣官立中學及筲箕灣官立小學合作的「晚晴同心路」亦各獲1萬元獎金,他們會分別捐給基督教女青年會和青年協會。 http://paper.wenweipo.com/2008/05/31/HK0805310027.htm

  27. 10. Selected Media Coverage (4/6) 28 April 2009South China Morning Post

  28. 10. Selected Media Coverage (5/6) 24 April 2009“Ming Bao”, a Chinese newspaper in Hong Kong 智障生服務社區迎新高中 2009-04-24 保良局百周年學校中三級學生朗朗(左)與李世豪(右)均有參與探訪老人院計劃,世豪與長者合唱粵曲《帝女花》,老師指兩人現在比以往更有禮貌。(何家達攝) 【明報專訊】施與受並沒有一定的公式!特殊學校保良局百周年學校的學生,經常獲社會的幫助,學校最近安排20名中度智障的中三學生到訪老人院,既讓長者感受溫暖,也令學生學習到待人接物要有禮貌。保良局百周年學校校長甘燕萍表示,下學年推行新高中學制,學校已在常規課程中加入「社區服務課」,教導學生參與社區服務的技能及態度,不過部分中度智障學生前往陌生地方會感不安,有很多小動作、大叫大喊,甚至哭起來。為了讓學生參與和回饋社會,百周年學校向網上籌款平台「教融易」(EdExchange)申請4000元資助,2月初讓20名中三學生探訪老人院,學校將於明日獲頒「今日公益,明日領袖」傑出學校計劃獎,以表揚學校有突破表現。 探訪老人院變得有禮開朗 該校負責計劃的黃玉梅主任表示,參與探訪的學生會有潛移默化的影響,例如變得更有禮貌、跳出學校與住所這兩個生活圈子,人會更加開朗等。患有自閉症的李世豪就讀中三級,他笑言探訪當日與公公婆婆合唱粵曲《帝女花》,非常開心。世豪又向長者贈送禮物包,以及握手互相勉勵。 「教融易」網上籌款辦活動 2005年成立的「教融易」是由教育學院、熱心公益的企業機構與社會人士創立的網上籌款平台。老師先要撰寫資助計劃,審批成功後可正式在教融易網站「掛牌上市」,捐助人便會在網站直接選取願意支持的計劃而捐款。教融易至今已撥款逾160萬元,資助超過80個教育計劃。為檢討成效及未來的發展方向,教融易已暫停網上籌款服務一年,現正進行籌款或處理中之計劃則不受影響。明報記者 蔡惠華

  29. 10. Selected Media Coverage (6/6) 「明日領袖」服務計劃 大公報] 2009-09-30 C09 • 校園 • 方寸延伸 • 「明日領袖」服務計劃 • 由教育學院主辦的「今日公益,明日領袖」社會服務計劃,本年度第四屆計劃已開始接受申請。計劃宗旨是鼓勵學生共同合作籌劃並參與社會公益服務,實踐關心社會的精神和培 • 養多項共通能力,更發揮領導才能。多元化新高中課程在於體現全人教育的理念,學校提供生動、充實、有效的學習機會,課程涵蓋核心科目以外,亦重視為學生安排「其他學習經歷」。學生可透過「今日公益,明日領袖」參加社會服務,藉此種學習經歷,於知識、技能或態度得以增長外,且擴闊視野,對個人發展起正面作用。獲得美國哈佛商學院香港校友會的響應,於二○一○年七月舉辦「領導能力培訓研討會」,將使參與本年度服務計劃的中學生有機會跟一眾傑出哈佛校友及本港社會領袖人士交流。各學校既可直接參予此社會服務計劃,也可選擇與香港教育學院的學生服務領袖團隊於計劃參與合作。服務領袖將協助學校設計社會服務計劃,訓練義工,帶領學生參與服務及撰寫計劃書和報告等。 • 申請截止日期為十月二十三日。查詢計劃詳情及下載申請表,可登入www.ied.edu.hk/sao, • 或致電二九四八六一一二查詢。 • 文章編號: 200909300020246

  30. 10. Contact Information For further information please contact: Miss Christina Chan The Hong Kong Institute of Education Tel: +852 - 2948 7334 Email: CLT@ied.edu.hk Address: Student Affairs Office, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, 10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong (Please mark “CLT Programme” on the envelope) Website: www.ied.edu.hk/SAO Turning Youth Inspiration into Aspiration, and Aspiration into Realization

  31. APPENDIX – List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes

  32. 2006 / 2007 Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong & Valtorta College Community Service Project for Mentally Challenged Children of Pinehill Village Pre-school Centre Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong & Shatin Pui Ying College Community Service Project for Mentally Challenged Pre-school Autistic Children German Swiss International School & St. Paul’s School (Lam Tin) Festive Preparations (& Other Activities) with Refugees Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong & Holy Carpenter Secondary School Home for the Aged German Swiss International School & St. Paul’s Co-educational College Language Made Easy and Fun Chan Sui Ki *La Salle” College & King George V College Project “Wanderer” Australian International School Hong Kong & Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School Reaching Out – China School Trip Gertrude Simon Lutheran College & Hong Kong International School Hope’s Edge – Care For Refugees and Orphans Renaissance College & Chinese YMCA College The Adoption of Starfish Bay List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes

  33. 2007 / 2008 Shaukeiwan Government Secondary School & Shaukeiwan Government Primary School Community Project for Elders Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Tuen Mun) & Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Yuen Long) “Environmental Pioneer” Concerning the Elderly C.C.C. Kwei Wah Shan College & South Island School Fund for the Needy Chan Sui Ki (La Salle) College & King George V School Green Power Yew Chung International School (Secondary) & Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) Green Unlimited Helen Liang Memorial Secondary School (Shatin) & The Little Flower’s Catholic Primary School Peers Rock Climbers Lok Sin Tong Leung Chik Wai Memorial School & Po Leung Kuk Chan Yat Primary School Strengthening Friendships Between Two Schools Assembly of God Hebron Secondary School & Holy Carpenter Primary School Share Mission, Share Love St. Margaret’s Co-educational English Secondary Primary School & Yuanyang County National Vocational High School Volunteering Trip in Yunnan List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes

  34. 2008 / 2009 Po Kok Secondary School &BuddhistChi Lin Primary School Mutually Respect and Love HHCKLA Buddhist Ching Kok Secondary School&HHCKLA Buddhist Wong Cho Sum School No One Will Be Left Out Ju Ching Chu Secondary School (Tuen Mun)&Taoist Ching Chung Primary School Green Life at home Holy Carpenter Secondary School&Holy Carpenter Primary School Love Your Neighbour Sung Lan Middle School&清遠白石小學 To deliver warmth to Qing Yuen Assembly of God Hebron Secondary School Love our 'neighbour' Carmel Secondary School Carmel VQ Volunteer Training & Service Scheme Kwun Tong Government Secondary School P.I.N. BuddiesService Scheme C.C.C. Kwei Wah Shan College Love within Hong Kong List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes

  35. 2008 / 2009 (con’d) SKH Lui Ming Choi Secondary School Share Arts with the Elderly Shun Tak Fraternal Association Yung Yau College Community Care and Leadership Training Program St Joan of Arc Secondary School Leadership Training for Future Leaders St Joan of Arc Secondary School Shao Guan Service Tour C.C.C. Fung Leung Kit Memorial Secondary School School Volunteering Day Buddhist Wong Wan Tin College To love & spread Po Leung Kuk Centenary School Joyful Life, Wonderful Times S.K.H. All Saints' Middle School “Walk about in love” tour List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes

  36. List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes • 2009 / 2010 •  Aberdeen Baptist Lui Ming Choi College Abssian Caring Angels •  Assembly Of God Hebron Secondary School • Love all around •  C.C.C. Kwei Wah Shan College • Giving Scarves showing Love & Care •  Confucian Ho Kwok Pui Chun College • Recycling and Fundraising •  German Swiss International School • Send a Net, Save a Life •  HKCWC Fung Yiu King Memorial Secondary School • 聖誕、新春送暖行動

  37. List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes • 2009/2010 (con’d) •  Kat Yan College • You're my Magic~Fun Fun Ambassador •  Pak Kau College • Harmonious world, Healthy Life •  Po Leung Kuk Lee Shing Pik College • Care for New Immigrants •  Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College • Qing Yuan Rural Area Caring Service Program •  Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College • Bright Stars of Voluntary •  Po Leung Kuk Tang Yuk Tien College • 趾「智」共融

  38. List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes • 2009/2010 (con’d) •  St. Paul's Co-Educational College • Looking into Hong Kong •  St. Paul's College • 兩地一心交流團‧建校‧助學 •  TWGHs Wong Fut Nam College • 東華服務照萬心,笏南送暖到社群 •  TWGHs Sun Hoi Directors' College, TWGHs Lee Ching Dea Memorial College,TWGHs Mr & Mrs Kwong Sik Kwan College & • Guangzhou 109 Secondary School • Life Experience of Students in He Yuen •  18 TWGHs joint secondary schools • TWGHs Joint Secondary Schools Service Programme in the Mainland •  Holy Carpenter Primary School & Holy Carpenter Secondary School • Enjoy Healthy Life

  39. List of Participating Schools and Community Service Projects in Previous CLT Programmes • 2009/2010 (con’d) •  Ng Yuk Secondary School • Recycle with You, for a Beautiful Campus •  The Jockey Club Eduyoung College • Blue Sky with South Asian Children •  Buddhist Wong Wan Tin College • Building on “No Drugs” Community •  Queen's College Old Boys' Association Secondary School • 愛心同行重見光明 •  SKH Chan Young Secondary School • 樂也融融────攜手共創成長路