Curriculum, Innovation & Educational Technology
The Curriculum, Innovation and Educational Technology (CIET) Department aims to enhance the learning experiences in school through a learner-centred approach and the use of technology.
We work closely with the different stakeholders to empower students and prepare them for the future by supporting the use of technology:
- For active learning that creates a participatory, connected and reflective classroom to nurture the future-ready learner.
- To design a range of learning experiences for students to develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions of future-ready learners.
- To develop future-ready learners who possess MOE 21st century competencies and digital literacies.
- To ensure learning continues seamlessly in different learning contexts (physical or digital)
|Programmes/Platforms||Description||Time Frame & Target Audience|
|(ALP) Sustaining Gaia||The different level programmes progressively develops students from having awareness of environmental issues to demonstrating advocacy towards environmental issues through project work.||P1 - P6, curriculum time|
|Tink!SV||A learning space equipped with resources to allow students to hone their creative and problem-solving skills by participating in STEM activities and completing their ALP projects on sustainability.||P1 - P6, during recess|
|ICT Familiarisation||Students get hands-on experience independently accessing SLS and Student iCON during the Welcome Back to School programme to ensure they are ready to use these platforms for active learning with technology the rest of the year.||P2 - P6, during WBTS (first 4 days of school)|
|Home-Based Learning (HBL) Site||A portal for the school to disseminate information to students.||P1 - P6, official HBL days or in the event of school closure|
|Student Portal||A portal containing useful links and instructional guides for students to support self-directed active learning with technology.||P1 - P6, all-year round|
Page last updated: 17 Jan 2023