Our Aims
  1. To enhance participating schools’ capacity in developing and implementing school-based STEM curriculum with an integrated SDL approach
  2. To enhance participating schools’ social capital for innovating STEM education
  3. To develop STEM assessment methods and advance knowledge in implementation strategies

Our Project Framework


Learning design and self directed learning

With self-directed learning (SDL) as an pedagogical approach and students as the focus, we develop learning designs with teachers for students to experience and learn in order to achieve the intended learning outcomes.


Learning outcomes of STEM education

On top of disciplinary knowledge, we believe that disciplinary practices and skills as well as 21st century skills are all important learning outcomes of STEM education.


Multilevel leadership and school development

We believe multilevel change leadership is significant in facilitating and sustaining schools’ STEM innovation and development.