To ensure productive and sustainable outcomes, Network Schools are expected to:

  • support the integration of SDL pedagogy in STEAM education within the formal school curriculum (upper primary (P.4-6) or lower secondary (S1-3) levels),
  • set up a school-based core team comprising at least one senior management member and teachers from STEAM-related subjects in the school,
  • facilitate teachers to collaborate with other teachers within the project for collaborative lesson planning and implementation, as well as peer lesson observation and reflection on practice (including timetabling and manpower planning, etc.),
  • engage the principal and/or vice principal in leadership circle activities,
  • encourage teachers and students to use technologies to support learning and knowledge management,
  • allow project teachers to participate in various project activities for capacity building and networking,
  • engage in project evaluation and reflection to ensure organizational learning of school, and
  • observe strictly legal obligations and, in all cases, comply with the Copyright Ordinance in developing school-based curriculum materials.