IRIS

prototype, education and learning, people of diverse race, Innovator Farm

Providing online board game interest classes to help non-Chinese speaking primary school students learn Chinese

 

 

The venture uses board game combined with online interest classes as a tool to trigger the interest of non-Chinese speaking primary school students in learning Chinese and to improve their Chinese language proficiency. The team envisions that non-Chinese speaking students can acquire Chinese language proficiency on a par with their Chinese-speaking counterparts, which facilitates their integration into society eventually.

Name of Organisation

(Not applicable)

Approved Funding Amount

HK$100,000

Funding Period (Status)

12 months (Active)

Expected Impact

  • Provide 270 Chinese classes using board games to 270 non-Chinese speaking primary school students
  • Hire 9 non-Chinese speaking teachers who are fluent in Cantonese

Milestones/Progress

(To be updated when available)

Website

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