Innovation In Education - Where is it taking our children?

STEAM has become a popular buzzword in Hong Kong in recent times, but what does it actually mean for our children’s education and for the future of the job market? We invite all interested parents, educators and those who are interested in education technology to attend a FREE panel discussion hosted at Stamford American School’s admissions office.

Even before its opening, Stamford American has been clear in its vision to be the leader in innovative education in Hong Kong. To help continue the discussion around innovation beyond our classrooms, we have invited some of Hong Kong top innovators to join a lively panel discussion moderated by our head of STEMinn Linda Cheung followed by a Q&A session.

The innovation forum will cover topics such as:

  • How can parents help support their children in today’s technologically driven landscape?
  • What can we do as parents/educators/worker to help ourselves and our children stay current? What skills does coding and learning with a STEM (Stamford STEMinn) curriculum give our children?
  • Are there any negative effects we need to consider from this new style of education? If so what can we do about them?
  • What are some of the top things schools should be focusing on to help children succeed in tomorrow’s world?

Date:     Thursday, February 1, 2018

Time:     6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Venue:   Admissions Office, Suites 4005-4007, 40/F, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong

RSVP:    Please register here


Linda Cheung

Stamford American School

Linda Cheung

Linda has experience in teaching in both the U.S. and Asia. Her Master’s degree is in Science education. She is currently teaching STEM education and joins Stamford Hong Kong as our STEMinn Coordinator in Elementary School, supporting our teachers in the delivery of this important program to our Elementary students. Linda has a wide range of interests that will allow her to support our extracurricular program including music, publications, student government, dance, yoga, outdoor education and drama.


Cesar Jung-Harada

Director of MakerBay

Cesar Jung-Harada

Cesar Jung-Harada is a French-Japanese environmentalist, inventor and entrepreneur based in Hong Kong. CEO of Protei INC and Scoutbots as well as MakerBay. Cesar has dedicated his life to explore and protect the ocean with open technologies. Protei is a shape-shifting sailing robot, a wind-powered maritime drone that is remotely controlled or automated that will collect ocean data or transport clean-up equipment.

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Diana Wu David

INED, Da Vinci Labs

Diana Wu David

Diana David is a strategist and innovator with a focus on helping leaders to be more entrepreneurial and resilient in the face of constant change. She spent the past decade as a business leader and intrapreneur in the Financial Times' senior management group, reporting to the board and in charge of developing and delivering the FT's global strategy. She is on the boards of Davinci Labs, American Chamber of Commerce HK, Shared Value Project Hong Kong and Teach4HK and previously advisor to from Columbia University.

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Kevon Cheung

COO & Co-Founder of First Code Academy

Kevon Cheung

Kevon is the COO and Co-founder of First Code Academy, an education and technology company providing tailored coding programs for kids aged 4 to 18 years old in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan. First Code Academy’s mission is to empower the next generation to become creators of technology. Prior to First Code Academy, Kevon was a Software Engineer in Singapore writing code for web and mobile products. With his mix of business and technical background, he now focuses on Operations, People Operations, and Software Engineering at First Code Academy.

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