Logos Fest Displayed Freshmen’s Creativity
Logos Fest is an exhibition that displays our College freshers’ Logos Production (心聲習作) in College General Education Induction Course— GESH1010 Orientation and Outreach. Logos Production (心聲習作) is scripted articulation of students’ reflection in response to the course experience in general and the freshers’ agenda in particular, namely, “My Dream”, “My Study”, “Our University” and “Our Voice”. This annual Logos Fest took place in Chan Chun Ha Hall from 8 to 14 November 2013.
The College General Education (CGE) programme at S.H. Ho College comprises GESH1010 Orientation and Outreach and GESH4010 Work and Productive Life, with the former designed for freshmen while the latter for graduating students. The Reflection component of GESH1010 gathers students into small group discussions that draw upon their Adventure Camp experience, their school life, and their aspiration for university education. It is summarized by the Logos Productions, which are creative expressions of the students’ reflection on their dreams, college and university lives. All Logos Productions are displayed at the Logos Fest for appreciation by the College and the University community.
The dedicated CGE programme is an integral part of the settled yet challenging life that connects students to be members of the S.H. Ho College community. At the College, teachers and students from diverse backgrounds come together and learn from each other through discussions and common learning activities. The process of Logos Production helps freshers to crystalize what they have learnt and examine their orientation in life as they become college members in university. This is also the essence of collegiate education.