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Our ICT Department Members

Name

Designation 

Mdm Lim Yan Yan HOD - ICT & Applied Learning
(lim_yan_yan@moe.edu.sg)
Mr Resham Abdul Razak Level Head - ICT & Applied Learning
(resham_abdul_razak@moe.edu.sg)
Mr Nge Moh Lin School Cockpit Coordinator / ICT Mentor
Ms Kuan Wai Ling Assistant School Cockpit Coordinator
Mr Chia Tet Hong School Cockpit Rep
Mdm Irene Goh School Cockpit Rep
Mrs Janet Doo School Cockpit Rep
Mdm Irmawati IAMS Student Acct Coordinator / ICT Mentor
Mdm Cheong E-Learning Coordinator
Mdm Haslina Cyber Wellness Coordinator
Mr Boo Han Ting PA Coordinator
Ms Diana Koh MRL Coordinator
Mr Putra ICT Lead Mentor
Mr Luo Tian Feng ICT Mentor
Mrs Sharon Koh ICT Rep
Mdm Hamidah ICT Rep
Mr Goh Eng Beng ICT Rep
Mr Peck Cheng Wee ICT Rep
Mrs Thessa Ang HOD Math / School Cockpit Advisor
Mr Alex Lee HOD Science / ICT Curriculum Matters
Mr Daniel Chew HOD English / ICT Curriculum Matters

 

The objectives of the ICT programmes are to:

  • Provide pupils with ICT enriched learning experiences and to develop the SDL and CoL competencies of the pupils.
  • Provide opportunities for pupils to see the relevance of cyber wellness to their lives and acquire key cyber wellness skills.
  • Provide accessibility of ICT to pupils through more flexible and mobile infrastructure provision.

Programmes incorporated in curriculum

Baseline ICT Skills

Topics / Area Covered

Level

Basic IT skills
Exploring virtual world with knowledge of Cyber Awareness and Prevention
Web 2.0 Technologies
P1-P6
Word Processing
Multimedia Presentation & Design
Data Collection and Representation
P2-P5
Excel Spreadsheet
Google Doc
Photoshop (P6)
P4-P6

 

Applied Learning Programme Robotics curriculum for P3, P4 and P5 Students






  

Workshop for Staff

Pupils Leadership

  1. ICT Ambassador Training
  2. Class IT Leader Training
  3. PA Leader Training

Cyber Wellness Education

  1. Cyber Wellness Lessons
  2. Assembly Programme
  3. Cyber Wellness Workshop for Parents
  4. Cyber Wellness Ambassadors
  5. Cyber Wellness Fair

Cyber Wellness Fair 2016









Digital Eye Strain

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Blue light is a high energy light wave released naturally by the sun, and unnaturally by digital devices such as smartphones, tablets and computers. Prolonged and excessive exposure to blue light can be harmful and may cause future permanent eye damage, such as macular degeneration which can lead to vision loss. Children especially those 10-years old and below are at risk as their eyes are not fully developed to filter out some of the blue light. In addition, exposure to blue light a couple of hours before bedtime can affect the sleep cycle – leading to children not being able to fall asleep easily.  

With the Increased use of digital devices, it is important to be aware and be careful of how much blue light children are exposed to each day. In Compassvale Primary, we are aware of the need to learn how to interact safely with technology. Hence, we remind users to be mindful when using  digital devices. 

What have we done?

 We have put in place these measures to safeguard our students’ well being: 

  • Placing advisory notes on IT equipment to increase awareness
  • Activating blue light filters and adjusting the brightness levels of digital devices
  • Controlling exposure time to digital devices within schooling hours 
  • Advocating the 20-20-20 rule during lessons:                                                                                                         Every 20 minutes, take a 20-second break and focus your eyes on something at least 20 meters away

What can Parents do at home?

 Here are some simple ways to take care of your children’s eyes when using digital devices:
  •  Supervise and limit the amount of time your children spend on digital devices each day
  •  Ensure that they keep a distance of at least 40-60 cm between the screen and their eyes
  •  Be aware of the brightness level of the screen and their surrounding environment
  •  Activate blue light filtering settings to significantly reduce the effects of blue light
  •  Do not let them use digital devices two hours before bedtime as this can affect their ability to fall  asleep easily
  •  Lastly, set a good example by reducing the amount of your own screen time around your children