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Home > Experience@MTS > ICT in Education

ICT in Education

UPDATED ON 25 APRIL 2018

Vision   A community of self-directed learners who collaborate through the responsible use of ICT to better self and others. 
Mission 
Focus AreaGoals

Curriculum & Instruction

Provide opportunities for self-directed and collaborative activities facilitated by the responsible use of ICT.

Staff Development

Increase capacity of staff in harnessing ICT to support active learning process.

Learning and Infrastructure

Create a conducive environment for staff and students to use ICT in teaching and learning


   

 Key Programmes
ICT Baseline Enrichment Programme
This programme focuses on the attainment of standards which describe sets of essential skills students should develop. It aims to enable 
1. students to develop the necessary ICT skills to support them in learning and to prepare them for future needs
2. teachers to develop the awareness to enhance learning with the use of ICT 

The attainment of the baseline ICT skills is achieved progressively over the years. 


Level Programmes:

 Level Programme
 Primary 1 Microsoft Words
 Primary 2 Microsoft Excel , Microsoft PowerPoint
 Primary 3 Microsoft Excel , Micro:bit
 Primary 4 Code for Fun (Beginners) 
 Primary 5 Code for Fun (Intermediate)











Cyber Wellness Programme

This programme is a part of Character & Citizenship Education in MTS where students discuss and reflect on issues related to safe, responsible and respectful use of technology.

Elements of Cyber Wellness that cover the critical and issues associated with ethical and legal as well as safe and responsible use of ICT are part of the Baseline ICT Programme.  

CoverageActivities
School Wide CW Programme
  • Assembly talks
  • Safer Internet Day
  • Baseline ICT enrichment programmes
FTGP
  • Primary 1 to 6 CW-FTGP Activities
 Subject Integrated Activities
  • All subjects
  • Project Work 










Home-Based Learning Programme
As part of readiness for school closure ,the students participate in Home-Based Learning and e-Learning Exercise to develop self-directedness in learning online. This is part of the school Curriculum Continuity Plan which prepares our learners to be ready to respond in times when schools may be closed. 

Schedule for HBLTime
Log-in Readiness ExerciseMarch Holidays
Home-Based Learning  June Holidays
 e-Learning ExercisePSLE Written Exam Week