GE Insights is a new online communication platform initiative by the HKAGE which serves as an archive communicating experiences, ideas, and proposals for the Hong Kong gifted education sector. We hope that this platform can facilitate the communication of new ideas that contribute to the development of a new phase of education in Hong Kong that nurtures talents in the 21st Century.
A number of articles written by HKAGE SMT members have been published on GE Insights, and you are welcome to offer your comments via geinsights@hkage.org.hk.

Education After Covid-19 – Let’s Start Thinking

Education After COVID-19 – Let’s start thinking 

In this article, the author (Prof Ng Tai Kai, Executive Director, the HKAGE) explains his view about what would be the ‘new normal’ to the education sector after COVID-19. In particular, he points out the importance of developing students’ self-motivated, self-regulated learning abilities, and the need to develop a holistic IT strategy in Education.

A Brief Introduction to Gifted Education

A Brief Introduction to Gifted Education

The author (Prof Ng Tai Kai, Executive Director, the HKAGE) gives an introduction to ‘what is gifted education’ to the non-specialist in this article.

How We Learnt – An Introduction to Recent Education Psychology Findings

The author (Prof Ng Tai Kai, Executive Director, the HKAGE) gives an introduction to cognitive and non-cognitive skills, and explains the importance of non-cognitive skills and affective education in this article.

21st Century Competencies and STEM Education

21st Century Competencies and STEM Education

The author (Prof Ng Tai Kai, Executive Director, the HKAGE) explains why 21st Century Competencies and STEM Education becomes important in this article. The different requirement of human knowledge/techniques/mindset in the 21st Century compared with 19th -20th Century is explained and emphasised.

Study on Empathy and Sympathy of Adolescents

Study on Empathy and Sympathy of Adolescents

The Research Division of the HKAGE and the Department of Educational Psychology of The Chinese University of Hong Kong jointly conducted a study related to empathy and sympathy in 2019. This study aimed at understanding the situation of empathy, sympathy, and prosocialness of Hong Kong adolescents using appropriate self-report instruments. Group comparisons were made with respect to their gender, giftedness, and study interests, and implications of the results were briefly discussed.