To support students on the primary and secondary level, NESTA has designed two competitions that vary differently from the usual ones. Scholastic and the SCMP Young Post have joined us in sponsoring these competitions to peak student interest in English. Our goal is to change and rotate these yearly on a three-year cycle so as […]
What a start to the new academic year! Thanks to everyone who came along to the first social of the year @ The Pontiac in Central! Looking forward to the next social!
NESTA was once again pleased to have an information session at the NET Induction on Thursday 23 August, followed by welcome drinks for new NETS and members! Here’s to a fantastic and productive year ahead for all NETs!
Using Augmented Reality Apps for Transformative Learning Tablets can be transformative when learners use them to interact with content in new ways and take part in learning activities that were previously inconceivable. Augmented reality apps have the potential to transform the way learners interact with content. In this practical workshop, participants will try out a […]
Thanks for coming everyone! Have a smooth end of year, fab summer and see you in the new academic year… or sooner!
Another great liaison meeting at Wu Chung House hosted by Mrs. Anissa Wong, Principal Education Officer.
An awesome group of teachers came to the EDB Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre to attend the NESTA professional development on Saturday 28 April, 2018. There were two sessions with great guest speakers. The first was Using technology in a low-resource context with Dave Gatrell, and the second was Teaching intercultural learning on the primary […]
Saturday 28 April was the big day for the prize winners of NESTA’s Pop-up book competition. A big thank you for all the wonderful submissions, and congratulations to the amazing winners! A special thank you to Scholastic for supplying the great prizes.
It was another great night in SoHo for the NESTA Charity Quiz Night. The big turnout meant 4 large teams competed for glory, and the competition was fierce! In the end, the Uncommonwealth team took home the wine and chocolates with a ‘slow but steady’ strategy. And by popular demand, the teams even played a […]
Form 4 students paired up to read aloud to each other, and develop a love of English reading. Low-level books for primary grades 2 to 4 were used to ensure low frustration and high enjoyment. 🙂