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For Students

Secondary and Primary School Nomination 2020/21

The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education (HKAGE) endeavours to secure appropriate learning and development opportunities for gifted students aged 10 to 18 in Hong Kong.

HKAGE admits student members of appropriate ages mainly through the “School Nomination” and “Self Nomination” schemes every school year. Gifted students interested in being members of HKAGE are required to pass “Stage 1: HKAGE Online Learning Programmes for Screening” before they can submit their nomination profiles in “Stage 2: Submit Nomination Profiles” for further screening.  

From school year 2019/20 onwards, one nomination will be arranged to be completed within a school year annually.  

   

  

Timeline

Stage 1               

HKAGE Online Learning Programmes for Screening

Sep 2020 Step 1  Briefing Sessions: Overall Arrangements for the Nomination Scheme
Sep 2020
to
Oct 2020 
Step 2  Apply for the HKAGE Online Learning Programmes for Screening
Nov 2020
to
Jan 2021
Step 3  Complete the HKAGE Online Learning Programmes for Screening with a Pass to be Entitled for Nomination
Feb 2021 Online Screening Programme Result Announcement and Nomination Invitation

Stage 2

Submit Nomination Profiles 

Mar 2021 Step 4  Briefing Sessions: Arrangements for Submission of Nomination Profiles and Operation of the Online Nomination Platform

Feb 2021
to
Mar 2021

Step 5  Submit Nomination Profiles for Further Screening through the Online Nomination Platform
Jun 2021 Step 6  Check Nomination Results and Register as Student Members through the Online Nomination Platform

     

Screening Criteria for HKAGE Student Membership

Screening by HKAGE is based on Dr Joseph Renzulli’s Three-Ring Conception of Giftedness, taking into consideration whether the student could benefit from the HKAGE programme provision.

3-ring

  1. Above Average Abilities:
    General abilities: processing information, integrating experiences, and abstract thinking
    Specific abilities: the capacity to acquire knowledge and perform in an activity

      

  2. Creativity:
    Fluency, flexibility, and originality of thought, an openness to experience, sensitivity to stimulations, and a willingness to take risks
      

  3. Task Commitment:
    Perseverance, endurance, hard work, self-confidence, perceptiveness and a special fascination with a special subject

  

Source: https://gifted.uconn.edu/

    

Enquiries        

For enquiries, please contact Student Services Team at 3940 0101 (after language selection, press "2") or email to ss@hkage.org.hk.