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教協教育通訊 2020.12.01 小六中六准回校 上限全校1/6人

小六中六准回校 上限全校1/6人
【教協教育通訊】2020.12.1a教育研究部供稿
【會員回應、b刊公開接受投稿,辦法詳後。】
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小六中六准回校 上限全校1/6人
https://news.mingpao.com/pns2012011606761229687
小六生可考呈分試 中六生准上半日課
https://std.stheadline.com/daily/article/2310804
學校可安排小六生回校進行呈分試
http://www.singpao.com.hk/index.php?fi=news1&id=115615
明起停課 小六中六准回校考試
https://orientaldaily.on.cc/cnt/news/20201201/00176_020.html
中六模擬試有限度回校應考
http://paper.wenweipo.com/2020/12/01/HK2012010006.htm
小六中六生可回校上課應試
https://hd.stheadline.com/news/daily/hk/899913
小六中六學生可回校考試 補習業界促兩周後有條件重開
https://www.am730.com.hk/news/share/245615
有中學趕DSE進度 安排返校操卷 中小學幼園明起停課 中六小六可回校
https://skypost.ulifestyle.com.hk/article/2816572/
全港學校暫停面授課堂安排
https://www.edb.gov.hk/attachment/tc/sch-admin/admin/about-sch/diseases-prevention/edb_20201130_chi.pdf
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葉建源議員每月通訊(2020-11)

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告別立法會

各位會員:

大家好!2012年走馬上任立法會,至今八個多年頭過去了。如今離開立法會,我謹向各位的支持和鼓勵表示衷心的感謝!12月1日開始,我便離開立法會,但我仍是教協的副會長,繼續守護教育界的工作。

現在無疑是非常困難的時刻,但我們不應失去希望。回顧這八年多,前五年也幾乎是無望的,我的對手是熱衷旅遊多於教育的局長,所有要求如同向大海呼喊,連回聲也沒有!然而我們一刻也沒有停過播種,一次又一次的呼籲(例如對班師比的論述、對合約教師的普查、對幼師薪級表的關注),逐漸形成一種社會共識,終於在新一屆政府初期開花結果。2017年出現的教師編制改善、教師學位化、大學研究經費增加、幼師薪級表在望等等,絕不是偶然的。在困難的時候,我們必須繼續播種。

今天的困難特別嚴峻,官方運用其手上的權力進行壓迫,建制派也不斷加緊展開批鬥。在這特別的日子裡,社會撕裂對立,到處都是扭曲和抹黑,我們必須比過去更加團結。我們會繼續堅持和平的方法,維護一國兩制。我們更要小心翼翼保護我們的團隊,保護我們心上的幼苗,不卑不亢,堅守教育專業。

「時窮節乃見,一一垂丹青」。教育的本質是希望,寄希望於下一代。再困難的日子都總會過去,重要的是堅持,守住良知,繼續播種,希望在困難過去之日,能夠迎來遍野嬌豔的花苗。與大家共勉。

回應施政報告教育政策 回應四個警察協會公開信
譴責中大校長段崇智
回應教育局取消可立小學教師註冊
取消教師註冊株連校長同事
七成校長認為不合理
發言影片 報刊撰文

回應施政報告教育政策

新一份《施政報告》給人一個總體感覺,是加強監控。當中看不到林鄭月娥對香港過去一年多以來的嚴重問題,有認真自省,只一味指摘市民,歸咎外在因素,完全沒有反省政府在整個過程中的嚴重過失,也沒有道歉,更沒有回應市民的要求進行獨立調查。林鄭在報告總結時說要恢復市民對政府的信任,以這種態度,是緣木求魚。

林鄭月娥將政府施政失誤導致的民怨,諉過教育、教師、通識科。對於2000位被捕的中小學生,作為老師,我們十分傷痛。但是,林鄭必須清楚看到當中也有濫捕的情況。施政報告中,充斥大量的基建新項目,但在教育方面,除了配合大灣區發展之外,新的計劃非常缺乏。一些教育界期待的項目,例如幼師薪級表、理順小學校長及中層管理待遇、改善低於標準校舍等等,教育界望穿秋水,卻未見有提及。

施政報告強調培養品德、價值觀教育等,我們當然贊成,老師們也一直十分重視,但不能因此而放輕高層次思考的培養,例如培養學生的獨立思考。至於林鄭再次強調要所謂「跟進」教師操守,我重申教育局現時處理投訴的制度欠缺透明度,而且結果不合理。如政府繼續以現時的手法處理投訴,只是以投訴機制作政治打壓,製造白色恐怖。我寄望,我們的教師可以抱持希望,一同渡過困難。

回應四個警察協會公開信譴責中大校長段崇智

四個警察協會以公開信形式,譴責中大段崇智校長。我認為四個協會的語氣非常輕佻,言帶輕浮,有嘲諷之感,對去信一個大專界、知識界、教育界的重要代表人物而言,是非常不尊重。

如警察協會是代表警隊,我質疑警隊的自省能力。公開信中提及,「承認自己的過失是重新出發的先決條件」、「是否應該先檢視一下自己曾犯下的過失」,該四個警察協會及警隊亦應能說到做到,面對過去一年警隊的所作所為,承諾讓社會有一個公正的查證機會,以公平、公正、公開的方式調查事件,不應拒絕獨立調查。只有警隊坦承接受獨立調查,公眾才會信服,單方面指責段校長的做法亦與他們的身份並不相符。

回應教育局取消可立小學教師註冊

教育局於11月12日公布取消一名教師的註冊。教協一直跟進涉事的可立小學教師個案,我們認為整個懲罰是不合比例的。老師在教學中有犯錯,但我們從未見過因此便直接取消教師註冊,而不是採取一般性的協助或處分。

教育局的新聞稿指,該老師的學科知識、備課不足,教導鴉片戰爭及中國四大發明時有問題。但教師已就鴉片戰爭的內容道歉,並向學生更正;至於中國四大發明的內容,老師在寫給教育局的回覆中,清楚指明說法是根據教育電視的資料。對教師的解釋置若罔聞,亦沒有讓教師親身申述的機會,顯示教育局違反程序公義。自事件曝光以來,建制派人士一直對該教師窮追猛打,要求局方立即解僱及取消該教師的註冊。我們非常質疑這些壓力,有否導致局方最終要取消教師註冊。教協會繼續協助教師得到公正的評論及對待,包括上訴。我們對教育局濫用極刑感到非常憤怒。我們相信,在個案公開後不少教師會非常擔心,稍稍說錯也會有嚴重影響、擔心動輒被判取消牌照的「極刑」。

取消教師註冊株連校長同事 七成校長認為不合理

九龍塘宣道小學教師被指控在教學上有計劃地散播港獨,教育局以「嚴重專業失德」為由取消其教師註冊,同校校長及副校長亦被指監管不力收到譴責信。教協調查顯示,逾七成(72.8%)受訪校長認為,在取消註冊的事宜上,目前教育局所提供的資料和理據,沒有足夠說服力。

至於以監管不力為由譴責校長和副校長,近八成(79.2%)校長認為做法不合理。亦有逾七成(73.6%)校長認為,事件中教育局書面警告其他幾位老師做法不合理。

是次事件無疑為香港教育帶來長遠的惡劣影響。事實上,政治批鬥教育界的氣氛已經形成,建制派亦早已聲言,教育是重點的整治對象,在當局的積極配合下,對教育界更嚴峻的打壓必定陸續有來。教協作為教師工會,將繼續全力支持老師上訴,並為老師提供緊急生活援助。教協也呼籲教育界同工及市民給予支持,為老師討回公道。

獻主會小學流感疫苗接種

新冠肺炎仍未退散,流感季節又殺到!我今年再跟隨港大公共衞生學院葉啟明醫生的團隊出動,11月4日到獻主會小學了解疫情下學童接種流感疫苗的安排,為加強學童的「抗疫」能力打氣。

獻主會小學王志聰校長分享時說,學生望針生畏的羊群效應過去時有發生,校方在確定兩類疫苗的安全性後,因應現時半日上課,校方也希望全校500多名參與計劃的學生,在放學前可全數完成接種。經與老師及家長商議後,決定今年試行「無痛」接種。根據王校長的紀錄及比較,港大醫護團隊在短短不足3小時內已完成全校接種,噴鼻式亦「一定快過打針」!他更特地走訪小一5班學生的「噴」後感,公投結果顯示,學生一面倒支持「噴鼻」。

持續關注爭取教師權益

持續爭取幼師薪級表

本月18日的立法會書面質詢中,我跟進這項現任特首在政綱提出,現仍未落實的政策。同時指出教育局要用長達3年時間搜集數據,仍未公布初步諮詢結果。
教育局回覆,幼師薪級表的諮詢工作仍持續進行,預計整個檢討工作會於2021年完成。我與教協仍會繼續與業界一起,跟進改善幼教政策。

理順小學管理人手及薪酬架構

特首在2018年的《施政報告》提出此項政策,以配合小學實施全日制和發展教師職位全面學位化;唯建議至今仍未落實。項目撥款原定於去年7月5日在立法會財委會討論,唯會議最終取消,當局亦未將項目重新加入議程內。

我先後於於3月及10月,去信政務司司長及財經事務及庫務局跟進。局方經諮詢教育局後,回覆「教育局一直跟進並與業界和相關部門保持緊密溝通,以期盡快將建議提交立法會財務委員會審議,早日落實有關措施。待教育局敲定時間表後,我們會跟進議程安排。」

2020年11月11日 立法會會議
教育局取消教師註冊株連其他教師

2020年11月6日 《醫務化驗師(特別豁免)規例》小組委員會
關注教職員成為新冠病毒檢測特定群組的理據

2020年11月6日 教育事務委員會
關注發展應用學位情況

香港教育專業人員協會
立法會代表葉建源議員

 

 

HON IP KIN YUEN MONTHLY NEWSLETTER (2020-11)

葉建源議員每月通訊

 

Bidding farewell to the Legislative Council

Dear Members,

My greetings to you. Eight years have lapsed since I took office as a Legislative Councillor in 2012. With my imminent departure from the Legislative Council, I would like to express my sincere thanks to you for all the support and encouragement you have given me. While I will be leaving the Legislative Council on 1 December, I will continue to serve as a Vice-President of HKPTU and will continue to safeguard the work of the education sector.

Undoubtedly, we are at a very difficult time, but we should not lose hope. Looking back over the past eight years, the first five years were almost hopeless. My counterpart was a Secretary for Education who was more enthusiastic about travel than education. All our requests elicited no response. It was like calling out to the sea and receiving no echoes. However, not for a moment did we cease sowing seeds. Our appeals time and time again (such as making expositions on teacher-to-class ratios, conducting surveys on contract teachers, and expressing concern over a salary scale for kindergarten teachers) gradually formed a social consensus, and eventually blossomed and bore fruit in the initial period of the new-term Government. The improvements in the establishment of teachers, the pegging of teaching posts at the GM/APSM level, the increase in university research funding, the expected emergence of a salary scale for kindergarten teachers, etc. seen in 2017 were certainly not fortuitous. In times of difficulty, we must continue to sow seeds.

With the authorities wielding power to oppress, and the pro-establishment camp unceasingly intensifying their criticism, the difficulties we face today have become particularly forbidding. At a time when society is torn apart and when distortions and smears are rampant, we must be more united than ever. We will continue to adhere to peaceful means in defending ‘One country, Two systems’. We must also protect our team and our beloved seedlings with meticulous care. We must – without being servile nor supercilious – hold fast to education professionalism.

One’s integrity emerges in the face of adversity and those who evince it will go down in history. The essence of education is hope. We are pinning our hopes on the next generation. Difficult days, even worse than now, will eventually be gone. What matters is to persevere, keep our conscience, continue to sow seeds, and hope that once the difficulties are over, we will be able to be greeted by beautiful flower seedlings all over the place.

IP Kin-yuen

Legislative Councillor (Education)

Vice-President, HKPTU

November 2020

Responding to the Policy Address relating to policies on education Responding to an open letter issued by four police staff associations condemning President TUAN Sung-chi of CUHK Responding to EDB cancelling the registration of a Ho Lap Primary School teacher
Cancellation of a teacher’s registration implicates headmaster and colleagues: 70% of headmasters consider this unreasonable Snapshots Speeches

Responding to the Policy Address relating to policies on education

The overall impression one gets from the new Policy Address is the strengthening of monitoring and control. One cannot see Carrie LAM having had any sincere self-reflection over the serious problems confronting Hong Kong over the past year or so. She simply criticizes the public and puts the blame on external factors. She has not reflected on the Government’s serious blunders in the whole process. Nor has she offered any apologies or responded to people’s request for an independent investigation. With such an attitude – which can be likened to ‘seeking fish by climbing up a tree’ – it would not be possible to restore people’s trust in the Government, a wish she mentioned when concluding the Policy Address.

For the public’s grievances – caused by Government’s implementation blunders – LAM put the blame on education, teachers, and Liberal Studies. As teachers, we are very much saddened to see 2,000 secondary and primary school students arrested. It is, however, important that LAM recognise the existence of indiscriminate arrests. Glutted with a large number of new infrastructure projects, the Policy Address is – apart from co-ordinating with developments in the Greater Bay Area – seriously deficient in new initiatives in education. There is no mention whatsoever of issues eagerly awaited by the education sector such as a salary scale for kindergarten teachers, rationalizing the remuneration structures for headmasters and middle-level management in primary schools, and improvements to sub-standard school premises.

The Policy Address highlights the importance of cultivating morality and proper values education. This is something to which we certainly agree and to which teachers have all along attached importance. This, however, should not be done at the expense of the cultivation of high-level thinking, such as independent thinking. As regards LAM’s emphasis on taking so-called ‘follow-up’ actions on the conduct of teachers, I would like to reiterate that the current mechanism used by EDB for handling complaints lacks transparency and the results therefrom have been unreasonable. If the Government continues to adopt the same approach in handling complaints, this amounts to nothing but using the complaints mechanism to carry out political suppression and create white terror. I pray that our teachers can embrace hope and overcome difficulties together.

Responding to an open letter issued by four police staff associations condemning President TUAN Sung-chi of CUHK

The four police staff associations condemned President TUAN Sung-chi in the form of an open letter. I find the tone in the letter highly frivolous with a sense of sarcasm. Issuing such a letter to a leading figure in the post-secondary, intellectual and education circles is profoundly disrespectful.

If the police staff associations do represent the Police Force, I question the self-reflection ability of the Force. The open letter pointed out that ‘admitting one’s own faults is a prerequisite for starting anew’ and asked ‘whether one should first check the mistakes one has made’. The four police staff associations and Police Force should also be able to do what they preach. The Police Force should pledge to offer society an opportunity for verification, an investigation – to be conducted in a fair, just and open manner – into what they did in the past year. For this, the Police Force should no longer refuse an independent investigation. Only when the Police Force accepts an independent investigation will the public be convinced. Unilaterally accusing President TUEN is also inconsistent with the status of the four police staff associations.

Responding to EDB cancelling the registration of a Ho Lap Primary School teacher

On 12 November, EDB announced the cancellation of a teacher’s registration. HKPTU has been following up on the case. We consider that the punishment is out of proportion. The teacher admittedly made mistakes in teaching. Never have we, however, seen such mistakes leading directly to de-registration instead of EDB offering assistance or meting out punishment of a general nature.

EDB’s press release mentioned that the teacher had inadequate subject knowledge and had not done sufficient lesson preparation resulting in mistakes being made in the teaching of the Opium War and the four great inventions of China. It should, however, be noted that the teacher had already apologized for the teaching content of the Opium War and provided corrections. On China’s four great inventions, the teacher clearly, when replying to EDB, stated that the content was based on information available on Educational Television. The teacher’s explanation was, however, ignored, and the teacher was not given an opportunity to present his case in person, which reflected violation of procedural justice on the part of EDB.

Since the incident came to light, the pro-establishment camp kept criticizing the teacher and demanding that EDB immediately dismiss the teacher and cancel the teacher’s registration. We very much question whether these pressures have eventually led to EDB cancelling the teacher’s registration. HKPTU will continue to help the teacher to secure fair comments and treatment and to lodge an appeal. We are most infuriated to see EDB abusing ‘capital punishment’. We believe that many teachers have, since the exposure of the case, become very much worried, quietly saying that a mistake could have serious consequences and may easily lead to the ‘capital punishment’ of de-registration.

Cancellation of a teacher’s registration implicates headmaster and colleagues: 70% of headmasters consider this unreasonable

A teacher of Alliance Primary School (Kowloon Tong) was accused of spreading, in a planned manner, Hong Kong independence during teaching. EDB cancelled the teacher’s registration on grounds of ‘serious professional misconduct’. The headmaster and deputy headmaster of the school were considered not to have exercised effective supervision and hence have been served with a letter of reprimand. In a survey conducted by HKPTU with headmasters on the cancellation of the teacher’s registration, more than 70% (72.8%) of the respondents considered that the information and justifications provided by EDB were not sufficiently convincing.

As regards reprimanding the headmaster and deputy headmaster of the school for ineffective supervision, nearly 80% (79.2%) of the Headmasters considered the action unreasonable. Besides, more than 70% (73.6%) of the headmasters believed that it was unreasonable for EDB to also serve written warnings on a few other teachers..

This incident will undoubtedly have a long-term adverse impact on Hong Kong’s education. In fact, an atmosphere of political criticism levelled at the education sector has already developed, and the pro-establishment camp has long stated that education is a key target for rectification. With the active cooperation of the authorities, suppression of a more severe nature of the education sector will surely keep coming. As a teachers’ union, HKPTU will continue to fully support teachers in lodging appeals and provide emergency subsistence to teachers. HKPTU calls on colleagues in the education sector and the public to support teachers in their efforts to seek justice.

Oblate Primary School: flu vaccination

At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of recession, the flu season has rushed in. Again, accompanying the team of Dr. IP Kai-ming of the School of Public Health of the University of Hong Kong, I visited Oblate Primary School on 4 November to get a better understanding of the arrangement for influenza vaccination of school children amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and to encourage students to strengthen their fight against the diseases.

Sharing his experience, Headmaster WONG Chi-chung of Oblate Primary School said that the herd instinct of ‘fear at the sight of an injection needle’ was not uncommon in the past. Having confirmed the safety of the two types of vaccines, he had hoped that all the students (more than 500 of them) of the school would participate in the vaccination plan and that vaccination of all the students could be completed before school – operating only on a half-day basis – was over on the day of vaccination. After discussing with teachers and parents, a decision had been taken to try ‘painless’ vaccination this year. According to the Headmaster’s records and comparisons, it took less than 3 hours for the Hong Kong University medical team to complete the vaccination process for all the students of the school. He also indicated that nasal spraying was ‘definitely faster than injections’. He even specifically went to five Primary 1 classes and asked the students how they felt about the ‘spraying’. A referendum among them came up with a unanimous support for ‘nose spraying’.

Will continue to pay attention to and fight for teachers’ rights

Continuing to fight for a salary scale for kindergarten teachers

In a written question to the Legislative Council on 18 November, I followed up on this issue, which appeared as a policy in the election platform of the current Chief Executive but has not yet been implemented. I pointed out that EDB had already taken 3 years to collect data but still had not yet published its preliminary consultation results.

In its reply, EDB indicated that consultation work on a salary scale for kindergarten teachers was still ongoing and that the entire review work was expected to be completed in 2021. HKPTU and I will, working together with the kindergarten sector, follow up on the issue to ensure the provision of improvements.

Rationalising the establishment of management staff and their salary structures

The Chief Executive put forward this policy in the 2018 Policy Address to support the implementation of full-time schooling for primary schools and the pegging of all teaching posts at the GM/APSM level. However, this policy has not yet been implemented. Funding for the policy was originally scheduled to be discussed in the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council on July 5 last year, but the meeting was eventually cancelled. The authorities have not yet included it again in a meeting agenda.

To follow up on the issue, I wrote to the Chief Secretary for Administration and the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau (FSTB) in March and October respectively. After consulting EDB, FSTB replied to say, ‘EDB has been following up on the issue and maintaining close communication with the industry and relevant departments, with a view to submitting its recommendations to the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council for consideration and early implementation of relevant measures. When EDB has finalized the timetable, we will follow up with a meeting agenda.’

11 November 2020 Legislative Council
EDB cancels a teacher’s registration: other teachers implicated

6 November 2020 Subcommittee on Medical Laboratory Technologists (Special Exemption) Regulation
Expressing concern over the rationale for classifying teaching staff as a specific group for COVID-19 testing

6 November 2020 Panel on Education
Expressing concern over the development of degrees on vocational and professional education

Representative of Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union
in Legislative Council,
Hon IP Kin-yuen

 

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網上購物 – 美國艾美防霉砧板 Epicurean Cutting Boards

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教協會員專享優惠 Special Offer for HKPTU member
優惠期 till 2020.12.31

歡迎訂購:教協網上訂購 或 教協服務中心購物部櫃檯訂購
收到訂單後,7個工作天內交貨
取貨地點:選擇往教協旺角或銅鑼灣服務中心
免費送貨:購買三塊或以上,可享免費送貨服務 (偏遠地區除外)
在線申請保養:購買後請往 Epicurean 網站在線申請保養,請詳閱保養條款及細則。

> Epicurean Warranty Service (Epicurean website)

  • Originated from U.S.A.
  • The signature cutting boards have earned their place in the heart of the kitchen, meeting the highest standards of cooks and chefs worldwide.
  • With a natural look and texture from an eco-friendly, paper composite, these boards are durable, nonporous, knife friendly, and dishwasher safe.
  • Stay home and enjoy the fun of online shopping with free delivery by making purchase of 3 pieces or above.

From Epicurean:
“ Our signature cutting boards have earned their place in the heart of the kitchen, meeting the highest standards of cooks and chefs worldwide. With a natural look and texture from an eco-friendly, paper composite, these boards are durable, nonporous, knife friendly, and dishwasher safe”.

The Epicurean brand is a way of life. Our products are a reflection of our personal values and those of our customers.

Every Epicurean product is 100% made in the USA.

教協教育通訊 2020.11.30 中小幼周三起暫停面授課堂

中小幼周三起暫停面授課堂
【教協教育通訊】2020.11.30a教育研究部供稿
【會員回應、b刊公開接受投稿,辦法詳後。】
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確診單日破百 中小學停面授 個案按月增8倍 張竹君料比第三波嚴峻
https://news.mingpao.com/pns2011301606673798097
中小幼周三起暫停面授課堂
https://std.stheadline.com/daily/article/2310510
後日起網上授課 全港學生明年見
https://hk.appledaily.com/local/20201130/WKPJ2EX3QND3PNZYFJYRB2BZOA/
暫停至聖誕假期後 按校本需要考慮安排考試 26校爆疫幼稚園及中小學周三起停面授課
http://www.singpao.com.hk/index.php?fi=news1&id=115575
中小學幼園 12‧2起停面授課 復課最快等出年
https://orientaldaily.on.cc/cnt/news/20201130/00176_006.html
幼園中小學停面授至聖誕假
http://paper.wenweipo.com/2020/11/30/HK2011300004.htm
多所學校現確診個案 周三起全港停面授課
https://hd.stheadline.com/news/daily/hk/899583
單日確診115 第四波疫情不斷惡化 周三起中小學停面授
https://www.am730.com.hk/news/share/245383
中小學幼園周三起停課 中六生或照回校
https://skypost.ulifestyle.com.hk/article/2815550/
政府宣布暫停面授課堂安排
https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202011/29/P2020112900568.htm
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