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Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

Structured ICT Lessons

Preparing our students to be future-ready leaders, our ICT curriculum aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes for self-directed and collaborative learning through the effective and responsible use of ICT. Our structured ICT lessons complement our school’s curriculum and are designed with Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy in mind. (See below)
 
 
 
The students undergo a series of training in order to acquire the ICT skills that meet MOE Baseline ICT Standards. (See more details)  http://ict.moe.edu.sg/baseline/images/ict-skills-attainment.jpg  
 
The table below states the applications students learn and use to enhance their learning experiences:
 
Level Applications Purpose
Primary 1
Basic Operations of Personal Computer
Know the main parts and functions of a personal computer
Touchtyping
Acquire good keyboarding skills
Primary 1 & 2
Basic Photography
Take pictures of Learning Journey
Linoit / Padlet
Post pictures and captions online for sharing with peers
Post writings to allow for collaborative editing
Microsoft Word
Create invitation cards / Compositions
Voice Recording
Record and playback recording for Oracy lessons
Use of iPads
For Math Trail tasks, Art & Music lessons
iPad Popplet
Use as a graphic organiser to consolidate learning experiences
Microsoft Mouse Mischief
Use as an Assessment tool for Learning
Cyberwellness
Understand the consequences of Gaming Addiction
Primary 2
Internet Search
Gather information from the internet to be used in integrated project work
Microsoft Powerpoint
Create presentation slides and posters
iPad Educreations
Use to record reflections on learning


Learning Management System (LMS)

The web-based platform Asknlearn Portal  allows parents to book consultation slots with teachers during the termly Parent-Teacher-Child Conference.


Singapore Student Learning Space (SLS) (https://learning.moe.edu.sg)

Singapore Student Learning Space (SLS), an online learning platform that contains curriculum-aligned resources and learning tools. Teachers can use the SLS platform to complement their classroom teaching, further enriching students’ learning experience through designing meaningful lessons for students to explore and work collaboratively, as well as facilitate students to learn at their own pace. 


Parents Gateway (https://pg.moe.edu.sg/)

Parents Gateway is a mobile app specially designed for parents. Developed by MOE and GovTech, the app allows parents to engage with schools, receive information and perform a range of administrative functions such as giving consent for school trips, submit travel declaration and receive information from teachers.