Stock Trading Guru Board Game Competition
The Stock Trading Guru Board Game Competition ("the Competition") is organised by the Hong Kong Association for Business Education (HKABE) and The Chin Family (TCF) and supported by the Education Bureau. It aims to help secondary school students learn some essential financial knowledge, and encourage good attitudes towards money management.
To help teachers teach money management at schools we have developed the Stock Trading Guru board game, produced related teaching resources and also delivered professional training to Business, Accounting and Financial Studies (BAFS) teachers. The game can help teachers teach "Stock Trading as an Investment" – a compulsory part of the revised BAFS curriculum. Currently more than 200 teachers have already been trained to use this teaching resource.
21 March, 2020 (Saturday), 9am to 1pm
P.L.K. C.W. Chu College, Lung Hang Estate, Fu Kin Street, Tai Wai, Shatin
- S4-S6 BAFS students
- 4 students per team, one team per school
- Maximum 40 schools to join the competition (first come, first served)
Each school must have at least one BAFS teacher who has attended a Stock Trading Guru board game teacher workshop prior to the competition enrollment deadline to be eligible to join the competition. Teachers who have not joined a workshop previously or are interested in joining one again should enroll themselves in a workshop. Please see below for more details.
NB: All the game rules are detailed in the board game handbook (to be distributed after the workshop) and will be covered in the teacher workshop. There will not be additional training provided or briefing of the game rules on the day of the competition. Teachers who have attended the workshop are expected to train their school's participating students on the game prior to the competition.
The competition is divided into two parts, and the final scores will be calculated based on the combined scores from both parts:
- 50%: A Multiple Choice Quiz
Related to BAFS curriculum and relevant current issues
- 50%: Stock Trading Guru Board Game
*The competition will be conducted in Cantonese, while all written material (quiz and board game materials) will be bilingual.
Individual (based on individual total score)︰
1st: 1 award, $1,500 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
2nd: 1 award, $1,000 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
3rd: 1 award, $700 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
Outstanding performance: 10 awards, $500 and Certificate
School (based on the sum of the total scores received by the 4 students in each team)︰
1st: 1 award, $6,000 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
2nd: 1 award, $4,000 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
3rd: 1 award, $2,800 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
Outstanding performance: 3 awards, $2,000 cash prize, Certificate and Trophy
Schools are required to register for enrolment by on or before 21 Janurary 2020 (Friday). Application forms and the online application system will be available from 2 December 2019. Applications will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis. All successful applicants will receive an email confirmation on or before 6 February 2020 (Tuesday).
For enquiries, please contact Mr Lam (Tel: 2700 6009) or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Stock Trading Guru Board Game teacher workshop
Three workshops will be held to train BAFS teachers on how to use the Stock Trading Guru board game as an educational tool prior to the competition enrolment deadline. The workshops will cover the game rules, a trial game and a QA session. Participating schools will each receive 8 sets of the board game, together with other supporting teaching materials such as videos and PowerPoint presentation, for educational use at their schools.
Teachers may enrol in one of the following workshops. Spaces are limited, early enrolment is recommended:
- 22 November 2019 (Friday), 2:00 pm-5:00 pm (Cantonese supplemented with English) Please visit EDB website for registration
- 7 January 2020 (Tuesday), 2:00 pm -5:00 pm (Cantonese supplemented with English) Please visit EDB website for registration
- 18 January 2020 (Saturday), 9:30 am -12:30 pm (Cantonese supplemented with English) Details
31 Oct 2019