H1 Project Work (Syllabus 8808)
- Knowledge Application: Students acquire the ability to make links across different areas of knowledge and to generate, develop and evaluate ideas and information so as to apply these skills to the project task.
- Communication: Students acquire the skills to communicate effectively and to present ideas clearly and coherently to a specific audience in both the written and oral forms.
- Collaboration: Students acquire collaborative skills through working in a team to achieve common goals.
- Independent Learning: Students learn on their own, reflect on their learning and take appropriate action to improve their learning.
- Written Report (40% group marks): Each group is required to apply the knowledge and written communication skills that they have learned and to demonstrate their abilities collectively in a final product.
- Insights & Reflections (10% individual marks): Each student is required to analyse and evaluate the information they have generated as a group or individually in the process of completing their task.
- Oral Presentation (11% group marks + 39% individual marks): Each student is required to display his/her ability to be clear and coherent in presenting a part of the project, to address and engage an audience, and to answer questions posed to him/her. The group mark is given to recognise the group’s ability to be organised and coherent throughout the oral presentation.
- Active, collaborative, discovery and interdisciplinary learning takes place during group discussions in the classroom with a dedicated Supervising Tutor facilitating each class and a wifi-enabled laptop supporting each group.
- Workshops to develop students’ process skills are conducted during the PW cycle to support applied learning.
- Real-world examples of PW, training materials and video tutorials are regularly uploaded to the college’s Learning Management System to facilitate self-directed e-learning.
The SEAB syllabus can be found here: