Online Learning Plays A Significant Role in Hong Kong & China
Hong Kong and China Schools have been closed recently due to the outbreak of the coronavirus. China’s Ministry of Education and Education Bureau (EDB) of the HKSAR have both encouraged schools to use online platforms to continue teaching until class resumption.
In China, a national cloud learning platform has launched to provide learning materials for students in junior and senior high schools. Before the launch of the platform, tech companies in China have also offered online classes for students of different levels in light of the school closures and outbreak situation.
In Hong Kong, EDB has provided support to the schools for implementing eLearning, including eResources, consultation hotline, mobile communication programme and webinars. Last year, the HKSAR Government also subsidised needy students to purchase mobile devices through the Community Care Fund.
Online Learning Showcase at LTE 2020
In 2020, Learning & Teaching Expo (LTE) will continue to gather eLearning pioneers and experts from across the Asia-Pacific Region to share their ideas and experience in eLearning and how does it benefit teachers and students. eLearning has broken the boundaries of education, yet it would not replace classroom learning and it should be regarded as a supplementary tool to make classes more dynamic, interactive and engaging.
21st Century Classroom
Future Learning Theatre
Showcasing Your Advanced Solutions
Over the years LTE has provided a recognised platform for EdTech suppliers to meet with local and international schools, showcasing their cutting-edge ideas and solutions for fostering eLearning development. Many of the suppliers have confirmed to return to LTE 2020 for connecting with their potential customers.
LTE 2020 confirmed exhibitors include: