Information and Communication Technology
Future Ready & Responsible Digital Learners
Provide prompt and effective support to enable teachers teach efficiently & efficiently, and to enable students take ownership of their own learning and deepening understanding.
A. Future Ready Learners:
ICT Mentors Professional Learning Team and differentiated ICT Training to enable learning designers understand the active learning process with various learning experiences such as acquisition, inquiry, discussion and collaboration.
Upgraded infrastructures such as School Wide Wireless network, SSOE computing devices, software, AVA systems, visualisers, Digital Signages and wireless projectors to enable teachers to teach efficiently and effectively.
ICT baseline training & assessment integrate with Applied Learning Programme (ALP) to enable students acquire ICT skills for R&D. There are several learning portals such as WizLearn, EL Portal, AceLearning, Literatu and iMTL to support E-Assignments during June holidays, and mobile learning using iPads and customised mobile devices to enable collaborative and self-directed learning.
B. Responsible Learners:
To enable all Regenites to become responsible digital learners, cyber wellness workshops, roadshow and assembly talks were organised to enable students to sense, think, act and reflect. CIA Ambassadors’ leadership training enables them to learn more about the various cyber wellness issues and latest trends in the cyber space so that they are better equipped to lead the cyber wellness efforts in school, and to influence their peers and community on positive cyber culture.
C. Building & Strengthening Digital Ecosystem:
School website & Facebook provide prompt updates and positive school’s image to our stakeholders. Parents’ Portal (e.g. CCA Attendance, PTC Booking, Targets & Results, Announcement, PTC Booking, E-Streaming, surveys & Travel Declaration) and School Cockpit’s e-attendance enable strong school-home link.
MOE’s Proof of Concept Projects: Drone coding, SMART board and Literatu Portal enable teachers & students to explore new technology through partnership with industry partners.
IMDA labs on wheels provide us an understanding to our SMART nation initiatives through exhibits of Virtual Reality technology, iOT, Advanced Robotics, Data Analytics, 3D printing and laser cutting on technology buses. There were fun coding lessons in Makey Makey, Spheros & drones for all lower secondary ALP students, Infocomm Club, Robotics Club and AVA club from 27 February to 3 March 2017. Our students appreciate technology through the joy of learning.
Regent Secondary School is proud to co-organise the 3rd National Coding Competition 2017 with Springfield Secondary school, and supported by MOE Curriculum Planning Division and Salesforce. A total of 172 students (43 teams) from 28 primary schools participated in the coding competition. The competition enables primary students to collaborate and create game using SCRATCH coding based on the theme cloud computing.