|Head of Department ICT||Mr Ernest Choon Guoxiang|
|ICT Sub Committee Leaders||Mr Lim Wu Yi (Content Creation)|
Mdm Yeow Puay Geok (School Cockpit)
Mdm Norhayati Che’Lah (Cyber Wellness)
Mr Lee Sheng Jie Fabian (Consumer Support)
1. Ms Chen Yunting, Carol (English Department)
2. Mdm Norhayati Che’Lah (English Department)
3. Ms Nancy Chia (Math Department)
4. Mr Lim Wu Yi (Science Department)
5. Mr Muhd Dzulqarni Bin Mohd Safii (Science Department)
6. Mr Muhammad Diyar Bin Mustapa (PE Department)
7. Ms Jocelyn Goh (Music Department)
8. Mdm Yeow Puay Geok (CL Department)
9. Mdm Toh Chiew Hoon (CL Department)
10. Mdm Li Pei (CL Department)
11. Ms Luo Xi (CL Department)
12. Ms Kwang Kir Hwee (CL Department)
|ICT Associate||Mr Lee Sheng Jie Fabian|
|ICT Specialist||Ms Syaira Amira Bte Jamal Abdul Nasir|
|Desktop Engineers||Mr Sazuwan|
Mr Kuah Gui Hong
Technology Multiplies People’s Strengths
Unpacking the Vision
Everyone has strengths that can be further developed through the use of technology as a tool.
Teachers’ strengths are in the areas of content, pedagogy and the assessment. They provide opportunities for students to further develop their knowledge and skills as 21st century students. They communicate and critically think as they provide suggestions to their peers using technology.
Students’ learning and thinking can be made visible through technology. Targeted, timely feedback and peer learning can take place around these learning artifacts. Students can review the comments, refine their work and tracks their progress of learning using technology.
The ICT support staff also lend us their strengths in their knowledge and abilities in the use of technology.
Parents as our partners in education, can also reinforce learning by tapping on technology as resources to support their child's learning.
ICT Programme for the year 2019
P1 & P2: AsknLearn LMS
P3-P6: MC Online LMS
Teachers will be using the portals regularly to assign online lessons, tests, forum discussions, blogging activities, etc to the pupils.
Topics to be covered:
Key School ICT Projects
Based on the three Cyber Wellness principles of respect for self & others, safe & responsible use and positive peer influence, students have the opportunity to develop these knowledge and skills through the school’s integrated Cyber Wellness programme for all students.
The Cyber Wellness (CW) curriculum aims to equip students with life-long social-emotional competencies and sound values so that they can become safe, respectful and responsible users of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
E-learning days (Home-based Learning-HBL)
The intent of the E-Learning Day is to provide an experience for students to learn from home, supported by technology. This also serves as an important exercise in preparation for any emergency school closures so that learning can continue to take place from home. The E-Learning curriculum consists of the following areas.
|English||For students in Primary 1 to Primary 6|
|Mother Tongue||For students in Primary 1 to Primary 6|
|Mathematics||For students in Primary 1 to Primary 6|
|Science||For students in Primary 3 to Primary 6|
|Aesthetics||For students in Primary 1 to Primary 6|
|Cyber Wellness||For students in Primary 1 to Primary 6|