LTE 2018 – Explore the Future of Vocational and Higher Education

LTE 2018 – Explore the Future of Vocational and Higher Education

Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET) and higher education have come under the spotlight of education development in Hong Kong and nearby regions. We want our students to be able to pursue pathways that best suit their talents, and be ready to contribute to the future socio-economic development.

To facilitate the development of VPET and higher education in the regional education community, LTE 2018 once again partners with the Vocational Training Council (VTC) in Hong Kong and eLearning Forum Asia (eLFA) to organise the VPET Theatre and the Higher Education Theatre respectively to explore the future of VPET and higher education.


Supported by the VTC in Hong Kong, the VPET Theatre will gather scholars and experts to discuss the future development of VPET.


Highlighted Sessions

Developing In-house Training Programmes in a Fast-changing Era
13 Dec 10:45

Best Practices for Effective Use of VPETCity Teaching and Learning Packages as Open Educational Resources (OER)
13 Dec 11:15

Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Strategy in VTC
13 Dec 14:00

How to Support the Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET) Learning Platform: Experience Sharing
13 Dec 15:00

Workplace Learning and Assessment: Experience Sharing
13 Dec 15:30

Learning by Doing – the Project-based Learning Approach in Vocational Baccalaureate
13 Dec 16:00


Supported by eLFA,the half-day conference at the Higher Education Theatre will explore the application of information technology in learning and teaching in the higher education sector, with emphasis on the opportunities and challenges.


Highlighted Sessions

Developing Integrated Language Learning & Social Awareness (ILLSA)
14 Dec 10:00

connect*ed: Supporting Connectivity and Communities of Learning in a Virtual Environment
14 Dec 10:30

The Impact of Programming Education on Positive Development of Youth in Higher Education
14 Dec 11:00

Increasing the Effectiveness of Some Active Teaching Strategies in STEM Education by Adding Drawing Functionality to their Supporting Apps
14 Dec 11:30

Learning Science Ubiquitously with a Smartphone – From Classroom to Everyday Life
14 Dec 12:00

Playing Games or Working in Teams? Report from a Project using Gamification and Challenge-Based Learning to Develop Students in Multidisciplinary & Multicultural Teams
14 Dec 12:30

JINESS: An Innovative Job Portal and Career Development Project in Hong Kong
14 Dec 13:30

Language Acquisition – Six-Step Instructional Design
14 Dec 14:10

Industry 4.0: The Future of Jobs and the Future Role of TVET
14 Dec 14:50

Entering the 9th year, Learning & Teaching Expo (LTE) continues to provide a professional platform for educators to stay at the cutting edge of education. At the three-day Expo, educators will be able to source the latest education solutions worldwide, explore creative and practical pedagogies, and share ideas and experience with peers around the world.

Educational Resources Exhibition

Over 350 exhibition booths will feature worldwide educational suppliers from Australia, China, Finland, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Poland, Singapore, the UK and the US, etc., showcasing their new education solutions and learning resources.
>>> Exhibitor List 2018

Education Seminar Programmes

Over 200 sessions of keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and open lessons will be hosted by renowned and experienced educators from around the world, illustrating the latest education trends, innovative learning and teaching resources and practices, etc.  >>> Programme Details

How to Register?


For any enquiries, please visit for further details or contact us.

Visitor Enquiry

School Group Registration:
Ms Holly Cheung
Phone: +852 3703 3889

Visitor Registration:
Ms Kelly Lum
Phone: +852 3703 3887

Exhibition and Expo Programme:
Mr Roney Chan
Phone: +852 3703 3887

Exhibiting and Sponsorship

Ms Jessica Poon
Tel: +852 3703 3884

Mr Daniel Li
Tel: +852 3703 3885