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Information Communication Technology (ICT)


Baseline ICT Standards (New Media Literacies)


OLGC ICT Spiral Curriculum

LevelSkillsBaseline ModuleEnrichment Module
  • Basic Computer Operations
  • Touch Typing using “Rapid Type” programme (available free on internet)
  • Digital Story-Telling using Moo-O
  • Create a short report using MS Word
  • Digital Story-Telling using Moo-O

  • Create slides presentation using MS Powerpoint
  • Digital Story-Telling using Moo-O
  • Create slides presentation with multimedia elements using MS Powerpoint
  • Create a newsletter using MS Publisher 
  • Create a spreadsheet with formula using MS Excel
  • Basic Coding
  • Create a brochure and newsletter using MS Publisher
  • Recording of description & giving viewpoints after watching video clip
  • Create a short stop motion animation video
  • Video-Editing using Windows Movie Maker
  • Create a newsletter using MS Publisher 
  • Recording of description & giving viewpoints after watching video clip
  • Create a short cut out animation video 
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  • Digital Music Modul
  • Technology-assisted PE Lessons Using Google Apps for collaborative learning 
* Students are to be equipped with “earphones with mics” for voice- recording assignments

Information for Parents to take note of:

Learning Management System : SLS & MC Online

  • The LMS contains multimedia content covering all main subjects aligned to syllabus and access to Gmail & Google Apps
  • Students will benefit from self-paced learning modules, class-based learning activities and school assigned individual/collaborative tasks in a safe environment
  • Parents are encouraged to explore SLS & MC Online with your child and use the resources to help and support your child in learning
Typing Skills

  • Encourage your child to practice her typing skills so that she will be familiar with keys and functions and attain reasonable typing speed of 10-25 words/minute. (Online typing practice are found on the school website “LINKS”)
Information Literacy

  • Allow your child to use the computer and internet for educational purposes (under your close supervision)
Healthy Habits and Safety

  • Set Parental controls - regulate child’s use of mobile devices and internet use by setting parental controls and cultivating healthy browsing habits with strong self-discipline
  • Vision care - ensure that your child takes with regular rest breaks every 20-30 minutes
  • Smart Use - Develop your child to be a discerning information user
Use the National Library Board S.U.R.E* Strategy & Resources
*( S ource, U nderstand, R esearch, E valuate)
  • Cyber wellness (Use the framework below as a guide)
    • Coach and cultivate your child to talk to you regarding their encounters and experiences on internet and technology use
    • Educate your child about respecting self & others and not hurt others when posting online
    • Respect copyright of internet material

Cyber Wellness

The Cyber wellness Framework uses the “Think, Sense and Act” Approach to educate students on how to act responsibly in Cyber Space:

(Image of Cyber Wellness Framework taken from MOE’s Cyber wellness Education, Singapore)

Guiding Principles for Cyber Wellness:

  • Respect for Self and Others
Students need to: 
    • uphold their own dignity when online (e.g. share appropriate content and participate in only legal online activities) 
    • respect other people online (e.g. put themselves in others’ shoes, accept diverse views and opinions, give credit when using other people’s work and seek permission where necessary, avoid sharing hurtful materials)
  • Safe and Responsible Use 
Students need to:
    • have an understanding of the risks of harmful and illegal online behaviour, and take steps to protect themselves (e.g. keep their personal information private, verify the reliability of information using various sources, take steps to avoid dangers they may encounter online)
    •  make wise and healthy choices (e.g. maintain a healthy balance of their online and offline activities)
  • Positive Peer Influence
Students need to:
    • be a positive role model online (e.g. share healthy and positive content, harness the affordances of technology to do good for society)
    • advocate positive online behaviour (e.g. stand up for their peers online, report cases of cyber bullying to a trusted adult/authority, post encouraging remarks on social media)