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The Info-Communication Technological (ICT) department seeks to
  • enhance the teaching & learning environment through the use of technology. 
  • equip and empower teachers to use ICT tools productively for quality teaching and learning in support of the total curriculum. 
  • enable Beattyians to be competent in the use of ICT and be future-ready, while being a responsible digital learner. 
  • ensure reliable ICT infrastructure in support of the curriculum. 

Programmes

Staff Training

The ICT department works to nurture a culture of innovation where teachers engage in experimentation in order to develop their skills. Opportunities are also given for professional discourse and reflective practice among staff as they continually hone their craft.

MOE’s ICT Master Plan 4 emphasises the productive use of ICT for quality learning in support of the total curriculum – to deepen subject mastery and develop 21st Century Competencies. In line with this, teachers are introduced to relevant educational technology tools. This helps teachers to boost their Teaching and Learning methods and resources as well as improve their administrative efficiency. Teachers continue to leverage on the TPACK framework and design their ICT-based lessons to infuse 21st Century Competencies, collaborative and/or self-directed learning.

Student Training

Aimed at developing students with critical 21st Century Competencies, ICT is appropriately infused into the design and development of curricula in school. ICT training programmes are provided for both our Lower and Upper Secondary students.

As part of the school’s Applied Learning Programme (ALP), ICT training is integrated with Project Work lessons for the lower secondary classes. Through these sessions, students learn to harness open tools to document their progress and collaborate with their group mates. Students are also taught key skills such as maximising their searches on the Google search engine and retrieving useful and reliable online information. They are also educated on the importance of proper citations and ensuring that they avoid plagiarism.

Upper secondary students are taught how to use functions in the Microsoft Excel programme in order to manage and process large data sets. The students are then given scenarios to demonstrate their skills in exploring the functions of spreadsheet.

Cyber Wellness

To ensure that students are discerning and responsible ICT users, digital learning and cyber wellness education are incorporated in our cyber wellness programmes. The myriad of activities range from cyber wellness talks and LiVE lessons to the advocacy programme helmed by our cyber wellness ambassadors. These programmes expose and educate students on matters pertaining to cyber wellness such as managing their online identity and being discerning with social media messages.

Department Teachers and Contacts
Name of Teacher Email Contact no
Mrs Florence Ng chan_hui_lian@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 123
Mr Alvin Lim alvin_lim@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 214
Mr Chan Jen Wuu chan_jen_wuu@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 140
Ms Dennesa Boon boon_ka-ling_dennesa@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 131
Mr Fu Si fu_si@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 218
Ms Irene Ng ng_hoon_ling_irene@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 214
Ms Luar Shun Ying luar_shun_ying@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 131
Mr Tay Boon Leong tay_boon_leong@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 204
Ms Yuen Shu Yan yuen_shu_yan@moe.edu.sg 62569108 Ext 205

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