教青局宣佈2021/2022學年提早結束

因應本澳疫情變化,本局一直與衛生部門及教育界保持緊密溝通,為配合特區政府整體的防疫工作,及本學年已接近尾聲,大部分學校的教學計劃基本完成,考慮到短時間內未能恢復面授,為此,教青局宣佈自6月22日起提早結束2021/2022學年。

在非高等教育方面,鑒於學校普遍已實施多元方式評核,故現階段提前結束學年對形成學生的學年成績影響不大。建議學校遵從公平原則、不因疫情影響成績,並按照學生已有的學習表現和形成性評核情況,作為匯總學年成績的評核依據,宜鬆不宜緊。本局已同步致函各學校提供相關操作指引,以讓學校根據校本的情況作出相關安排。

在高等教育方面,2021/2022學年大部分高等教育課程的教學活動已完結,而對於目前面授教學尚未結束的課程,高等院校可因應實際情況改以線上方式進行,請學生留意所屬院校之公佈及通知。

教青局將繼續關注疫情發展,並呼籲學校、教職員、學生及家長在疫情期間全力配合特區政府的防疫措施,共同做好個人防護,如非必要,勿外出、勿聚集,防止疫症蔓延。

In response to the changes in epidemic situation in Macao, the DSEDJ has been maintaining close communication with the health department and the education sector. To cooperate on the overall epidemic prevention work of the SAR government, and after considering that this academic year is coming to an end, the teaching plans of most schools have been basically completed, face-to-face teaching cannot be resumed soon, the DSEDJ announced that the 2021/2022 academic year ended from 22 June.

In terms of non-tertiary education, given that schools have generally used diverse assessment methods, the early end of the academic year at this stage has a little impact on students’ final academic performance. It is suggested that schools should follow the principle of fairness. Students grades should not be affected by the epidemic. The final grades for the academic year should be calculated based on the existing learning achievements of students and formative assessments as well as follow the principle of ‘better loose than tight. The DSEDJ has simultaneously sent letters to different schools to provide them with relevant operational guidelines so that they can make relevant arrangements in accordance with their school-based circumstances.

In terms of tertiary education, the teaching activities of most higher education courses in the 2021/2022 academic year have been completed. For face-to-face teaching courses that have not yet completed, colleges and universities may change to online teaching according to the actual situation. Students should pay attention to the announcement and notification issued by the college or university they attend.

The DSEDJ will continue to monitor the development of the epidemic and call on schools, teachers and staff, students and parents to fully cooperate with the SAR government on epidemic prevention measures during the outbreak situation. Together, let’s do a good job in personal protection, not go out unless necessary, not participate in gatherings so as to help contain the epidemic.