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Hall Life Education Programme

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) 

After living in Halls and completing the hall life programmes/ activities, residents should be able to

1.        Demonstrate empathy, team spirit, care for others and other positive aspects of character
2.        Apply the newly learned knowledge and skills in their daily interaction with fellow residents
3.        Communicate confidently and effectively
4.        Identify ways of leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle
5.        Adopt a lifelong learning approach in their everyday life
6.        Demonstrate intercultural competence and social responsibilities with local and global perspectives

Four Development Dimensions

Work in line with the Undergraduate Halls’ ILOs and constitute a framework to facilitate students’ understanding of Hall Life Education and the promotion of education programmes: Green and Health MindfulnessPersonal EnrichmentResidents' Bondedness and Community & U

4 dimensions of Hall Life Education


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