How is Project-Based Learning different from traditional learning? Learning is more than just getting the right answers. At YCIS, we nurture proactive and independent learners through Project-Based Learning. Students creatively and holistically explore different fields of knowledge while individual and collaborative learning skills are fostered. Register now to engage with our Primary Co-Principals, students and teachers at an interactive session on “The Benefits of Project-Based Learning”.
Mr. Forrest began his teaching career in London in 1997, having graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History from the University of Birmingham and a Postgraduate Certificate of Education.
Mr. Forrest moved to Hong Kong in 2006 and worked for YCIS both in teaching and leadership roles. He has a passionate belief in the importance of multilingual and multicultural Learning Communities, and the concept of supportive co-teaching. He is also a qualified Myers-Briggs personality Type Indicator instructor.
Ms. Li holds a Bachelor of Arts with double majors in Chinese Language and Literature and Education. Before joining YCIS Hong Kong to become a teacher in the Primary Section in 2001, she already had 10 years of teaching experience in mainland China.
Being an experienced educator, Ms. Li led her team to investigate and implement different teaching strategies. In 2008, she was one of the first YCIS Hong Kong teachers who received the award of the Foundation’s High Potential teacher, a recognition that she still holds today.
Ms. Siu holds a Bachelor of Education in Chinese Language Studies from Hong Kong Baptist University and a Master’s Degree in Chinese Language Education from The University of Hong Kong.
Joined YCIS Primary in 2006, as a Chinese teacher, team leader and Head of Upper Primary, Ms. Siu focuses on the development of students’ multiple intelligences and different learning needs. She is a passionate believer in collaborative Learning Communities and supporting multilingual learning.