EU Look e-education platform: now in full operation!
Our e-Platform is has now completed its make-over and the long-expected ENGLISH version is now launched! The site now provides even more comprehensive information and resources for secondary school teachers and students to understand more about Europe and the EU.
我們做些什麼? What are we working on?
我們製作了一系列有關歐盟/歐洲的專題個案，以供「個人、社會及人文教育」和「通識」科目使用。另外，我們設有一個Facebook專頁( 歐 LOOK)，老師和學生可以從中獲知有關歐盟/歐洲的最新資訊。
We have published lesson plans and learning materials that are designed for Personal and Social Humanities Education (PSHE) and Liberal Studies (LS) subjects. Apart from that, a Facebook page (EU LOOK) is now set up to get readers updated with the latest issues in Europe.
The use of these materials is free for teachers in Hong Kong public schools, and you can modify them to suit your particular needs. We only ask you to acknowledge the source when you do use them (the EUAP and the EU). As we have started off our programme not long ago, we would be happy if you could let us know when you use them and whether you find them useful at all. If you have an idea for new teaching/learning modules and would like to work with us in providing more materials for the classroom, please let us know!
We can also provide you with teaching assistance in the form of student ambassadors, i.e. students of the European Studies programme at HKBU and HKU. They would be happy to share their own exchange experience in Europe and ‘European expertise’ with your students!
教學資源 EUAP teaching/learning materials
為什麼要看歐洲? Why look at Europe / EU?
必須說明，我們的教材並非包羅萬有，我們亦無意將歐盟/歐洲包裝成一個其他社會或地區都要效法的模式，我們只希望這些教材能豐富您的教學資源，並在講授時開闊學生的視野。歐盟的口號為「多元一體」(Unity in Diversity) ，其二十八國成員國各有不同的文化，我們深信學生可藉着認識歐洲而對多元社會有更深刻的理解。
It is not our intention to present a comprehensive ‘textbook’ about the EU/Europe. Nor do we present the EU/Europe as a model for other societies or regions. But we hope to help you enrich your teaching and your students’ learning experience by providing occasional input about a region – Europe – that continues to interest, often fascinate, and sometimes baffle students in Hong Kong. The motto of the EU is “unity in diversity”, and there are at the moment 28 EU member states. Through learning about the variety of multiple cultures in Europe they might gain a better understanding of life in pluralistic societies.