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Information and Communications Technology (ICT)-Enabled Learning in Schools

20 Jan 2014

Information and Communication Technology-enabled learning was highlighted by the Minister for Education Mr Heng Swee Keat during MOE's Work Plan Seminar 2013, as an important strategy to make learning engaging for students across all schools.

At Innova Primary, the school integrates the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into its curriculum to enhance learning and develop its students' competencies for the 21st Century.

For example, during Physical Education (PE) lessons, teachers and students use the "Coach's Eye" application on a tablet to film and analyse the students' movements. Through slow-motion playback and other functions in the app, the PE teachers are able to review and provide instantaneous feedback on getting the techniques right and other areas for improvement.

Watch this video of how the students benefit from ICT-enabled learning!