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期望 ‧ 釋懷 (初中) Unleash from Expectation
中一至中三學生 S1-S3
2021年7月20, 22, 27及29日 (下午 2 - 4 時) 
期望 ‧ 釋懷 (高中) Unleash from Expectation 
中四至中六學生 S4 - S6
2021年8月3, 5, 10及12日 (下午 2 - 4 時) 
*This is an online programme which will be conducted via Zoom.



·       認識及辨別「期望」的形成,促成因素和影響

·       進深發展對自我能力的理解和信任

·       掌握提升覺察力的技巧及以正念的力量應對未來的挑戰





中一至中三學生 (初中組)

中四至中六學生 (高中組)



香港大學教育學院融合與特殊教育研究發展中心的總監 (課程發展)。她設計、教授、評估及支援【發展創意 施展才華】情意發展課程,推動中心學生課程發展。她在加拿大卑詩大學獲頒特殊教育碩士學位(主修資優教育),曾任職本地及國際學校。她是位資深社工、教師及正念修習者,正於香港大學教育碩士課程督導實習及教育文憑課程教授資優與才華發展課程。

吳女士以個案諮商、成長小組、專業發展培訓及公開講座,推廣及支援孩子、青年、父母及教育工作者的成長與身心幸福。她自2013年起參與梅村的正念修習,2015年修畢為期一年的「正念導師培訓課程」(由Plum Village Mindfulness Academy舉辦)。吳女士於2016年3月起協助開辦季度兒童正念日,與梅村僧侶及香港大學教育學院融合與特殊教育研究發展中心共同推行。





Course Objectives

Upon completion of the program, students are able to: 

  • Recognize and identify how expectations are generated, contributing factors and influences

  • Develop deeper understanding and trust of self-competency

  • Acquire skills to enhance awareness and generate mindful energy to tackle future challenges


Course Outline

Students are supported to explore and delineate how expectations motivate or distress them in terms of learning, social interaction and personal / career development. 


When students are able to articulate their own situation, with reflective mind and the practice of mindfulness, they can embrace their feelings and vulnerabilities with enhanced awareness. Students are empowered to be the change agent instead of being prisoned by expectations. Mindfulness practices acquired can apply in various daily situations that support the continuous and whole-person development of gifted students.


Target Participants / Prerequisite
For students completed S1 - 3 (Junior Secondary)/ S4 - 6 (Senior Secondary) and are interested in knowing more about tackling expectations and practicing self-acceptance. 

Course Instructor

Ms. Jo NG 

Ms. Jo Ng is the Programme Director (Curriculum Development) of CAISE, HKU. She designs, conducts, evaluates and supports talent development with creativity programmes, mainly in affective domains, as well as promoting curriculum development in CAISE. She received her master’s degree in Special Education with Gifted Education Concentration from The University of British Columbia. Jo is an experienced social worker, teacher and mindfulness practitioner, currently being a supervisor of MEd (Gifted Education and Talent Development) practicum and teaching PGDE course in gifted and talent development at HKU.


Jo is keen to support the growth and well-being of children, adolescents, parents and educators through providing case consultation, developmental groups and professional development training. She has been practicing mindfulness under the tradition of Plum Village since 2013 and completed the one-year Mindfulness Teachers Training Program by The Mindfulness Academy in 2015. She has initiated a quarterly Day of Mindfulness for Children with Plum Village monastics and HKU CAISE since March 2016.


Her aspiration is to cultivate joy and happiness in children, family, schools and the society.

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