CoolThink School

After completing the pilot program in the summer of 2020, many schools expressed keen interest in joining the program. Generously supposed by the education sector, CoolThink@JC plans to gradually expand to 200 network schools, as well as to non-network schools in a joint effort with school sponsoring bodies, Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union and the Education Bureau, ultimately to encourage over 70% of public primary schools and directly-subsidised primary schools in Hong Kong to step forward to promote the development of computational thinking education. The project also plans to share the teaching materials with all primary and secondary schools in the city and advocate for adding computational thinking to the mainstream curriculum, equipping all students in Hong Kong for the 21st century.

Resource Schools

These schools provide other schools with guidance and assistance in promoting computational thinking and will open the door of their CoolThink lessons to observers from other schools and education partners. Resource schools will also work with other schools to promote and improve the CoolThink programme by sharing their experience.

Group 308

Resource Schools

Group 308

These schools provide other schools with guidance and assistance in promoting computational thinking and will open the door of their CoolThink lessons to observers from other schools and education partners. Resource schools will also work with other schools to promote and improve the CoolThink programme by sharing their experience.

CoolThink Network Schools

These schools will allocate 14 hours of CoolThink computational thinking lessons to all Primary 4-6 students, provide hardware and support for such initiatives, proactively participate in CoolThink@JC activities and assist in research and evaluation.

New Territories

InnoCommunity Schools

These schools are active participants in innovative community activities, as they teach CoolThink@JC computational thinking classes at school. In addition, they spare no effort in arranging hardware and administrative support in the school to implement computational thinking education, and actively give back to the community and assist in evaluation and research.

InnoCommunity Schools

These schools are active participants in innovative community activities, as they teach CoolThink@JC computational thinking classes at school. In addition, they spare no effort in arranging hardware and administrative support in the school to implement computational thinking education, and actively give back to the community and assist in evaluation and research.

Overview of CoolThink Teachers