News & Updates from NCPS ICT Department
Term 2, 2016
ICT in Learning:
Here are updates from the various departments:
Applied Learning & English
Primary 1 to Primary 3 students were taught how to use the Moo-O software that allows them to create immersive digital stories. They were then tasked to record their digital stories during AL lessons. English teachers also shared tips with the students on elements of a good digital story.
ICT in Teaching:
Teachers were introduced to the Nearpod application which allows them to create and customize interactive mobile presentations. Other benefits include being able to share the interactive lessons with others, and being able to control students’ activity in real time. The application is also versatile and allows students to interact and submit responses via any mobile phone or PC. Teachers are also able to monitor students’ results both individually and on an aggregate basis.
ICT in the Spotlight
In Term 2 Week 4, Professor Michael Fullan visited NCPS.
We also hosted a group of delegates from Hong Kong school. The group of 70 students had a chance to join in our P5 classes for some classroom experience.
In conjunction with iCTLT 2016, NCPS hosted 32 delegates from the iCTLT and IDA on 29th
Reminder: Upgrading of Microsoft Windows 7 (MS Win 7) to 64-bit
All staff are reminded to book an appointment to send their SSOE devices for upgrading by June 2016.
ICT Support Staff Movement
· Please welcome our new Technical Assistant, Mr Hasbullah, who joined the ICT team in Term 2.
· On another note, we regret to inform that Mr Yap would be leaving NCPS at the end of Term 2. We would like to thank him for his years of service in NCPS and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.
Assembly Talk: Cyber Wellness
On 30th March, there was a follow-up assembly programme on Cyber Wellness (Multitasking and Internet Addiction). Students were given further useful tips on managing their tasks and time, and also on how to overcome Internet addiction. The presenter’s lively personality and the use of interesting graphics and animation captured our students’ interests greatly.
Should you encounter any problems or need further clarification on ICT-related matters, please do not hesitate to approach or email Nizam, Hwee Ming or Jessy.