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Information Technology

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Information, Communication and Technology Department 2016
  • Mr Irantaffy Said (Head Of Department / Information Communication Technology & Media Resource Library)
  • Mr. Alen Seng Kian Kok (Information Communication Technology Executive)
  • Mr. Muhammad Radzif Bin Anif (Allied Educator)
  • Mr. Leong Kok Wah (Technology Assistant)
 
ICT Champions
  • Ms Lydia Simon (LH EL)
  • Ms Shafiqah Mezan  (Maths)
  • Mr. Tan Chong Chay (Science)
  • Mr Nuriskandar (Mother Tongue)
  • Mr Bazlee Bakhtiar(Humanities)
  • Ms Rischka Shafiqah (Aesthetics and Craft & Tech)
  • Mr Mohd Hafiz (Physical Education)

Infocomm Club 
  • Mr Tan Chong Chay (Teacher I/C)
  • Mr. Nuriskandar
  • Mr Edwin You (AV Coordinator)
  • Ms Sri Masayu
  • Ms Shafiqah Mezan

Media Resource Library
  • Mdm. Suhana Bte Sulaiman (Library Assistant)

Information & Systems 
  • Mr Ng Boon Teck (ST)
  • Mr Chew Kah Hou
  • Mr Radzif Anif

Mission

To create An ICT enriched environment where technology is used responsibly, to make learning effective, innovative and meaningful. (Anyone – Anytime – Anywhere)

ICT in Teaching & Learning

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In HKSS we believe that ICT provides opportunities for enhanced learning in the various subjects and development of 21st Century competencies. ICT in Education is most effective in a closed-loop instructional system where technology is leveraged at every level to enable continuous improvement in both instruction and student outcomes. Feedback, Intervention and use of data is a core feature that is immersed in the four areas of Design, Delivery, Assessment and Analysis.  

Design & Delivery
ICT mentors play a key role in providing guidance and expert help for teachers in the design and delivery of ICT enriched lessons. They work closely with key personnel to raise the quality of ICT enriched lessons in their respective departments. ICT mentors conduct mentoring sessions, peer lesson observation and also sharing sessions.
 
We have adapted the 21Century Learning Design (21CLD) rubrics from Microsoft to help teachers identify and understand the opportunities that learning activities give students in building these 21st Century competencies.
 
Assessment & Analysis 
Lessons are tracked through the online teachers record book. The 21CLD rubrics has also been incorporated to monitor and assess the  level of ICT implementation in the school as teachers work towards achieving excellence in using ICT for learning and teaching.
 
The use of data is incorporate in the system of review and analysis to provide the necessary information and feedback for appropriate intervention to be undertaken.
 
Summary of HKSS 21CLD
  1. Use of ICT for Learning - Student use of ICT happens when students use ICT directly to complete all or part of the learning activity. The educator’s use of ICT to present materials to students does not count as student use: it is important that students have control over the ICT use themselves.
  2. SDL (Self – Directed Learning) - A learning activity is considered long-term if students work on it for a substantive period of time. If the learning activity is completed within a single class period, there is no time for students to plan the process of their work or to improve their work over multiple drafts. Length of time is a basic prerequisite for students’ opportunity for self-regulation.
  3. COL (Collaborative Learning) -Students work together when the activity requires them to work in pairs or groups to:
    • Discuss an issue
    • Solve a problem
    • Create a product