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Information and Communication Technology

Vision
“Every Student, a Future-Ready and Responsible Digital Learner”

Objectives
To integrate the technology in curriculum, instruction and assessment.
To nurture students to be self-directed, collaborative and responsible digital learners
To build a culture of ICT collaboration and innovation in CCKPS

KEY PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH
Active Learning Processes with Technology
Learning with technology in CCKPS is guided by the SLS Pedagogical Scaffold. Teachers design technology-enabled lessons to enhance student’s learning, with the students placed at the heart of the lesson design. 

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Key considerations for lesson planning:

Activate learning
Clear learning objectives are spelt out

Promote Thinking and Discussion
Students build on their current level of understanding
Students uses certain ICT skills to deepen thinking  

Facilitate Demonstration of Learning
Students demonstrate their understanding and new learning

Monitor and Provide Feedback
Student’s learning is advanced 

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ICT Baseline Training

Our school’s ICT Baseline training is aligned to the MOE New Media Literacy ICT Baseline requirements where students are trained to CURATE, CREATE and CONNECT with digital information. ICT skill competencies are set out in progressive Key Stages. These represent the basic level of knowledge, skills and values that pupils need in order to fully benefit from a curriculum enriched with ICT, and eventually thrive in a technology-driven society. 

In CCKPS, age appropriate content are taught to the Primary 1 to 6 pupils by our resident ICT trainer. Most of the ICT Baseline lessons are infused into our curriculum. 

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Cyberwellness Programme

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Our aim is to equip our students with skills and knowledge to become responsible and discerning digital learners, demonstrate respect for self and others and practise safe and responsible use of digital resources.

Student advocates share their understanding of Cyber Wellness issues through pre-assembly talks. Professional speakers engage our students through assembly talks on various Cyber Wellness topics. In the classroom, lessons on Cyber Wellness are carried out during the Form Teacher Guidance Period. Form Teachers conduct discussions on Cyber Wellness issues and how to go about navigating the cyber world.

The school also uses SLS to roll out Cyber Wellness lesson packages termly to all students to constantly engage them.  

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  Student Advocate presenting on examples of negative peer influence on social media.