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ICT (PW and IRS)

ICT / Innovation & Niche / PW / MRL

Vision
“Everyone Can Do IT”


The ICT committee envisions Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to be encompassed within the overall culture of the school through its infusion into the school’s standard processes including, delivery of lessons, developing process skills for knowledge acquisition, promotion of creative thinking, people development, and application of appropriate tools for enhanced efficiency in administration.

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The four words articulated in the vision express for whom, how and why ICT is implemented:

everyone

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all staff, pupils, resident vendors and parents

can

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literacy and competency leading to appropriate application

do

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maximised and ethical usage for administration, communication, and teaching & learning

IT

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technology used to manage information for enhanced efficiency 
and support learning anytime, anywhere.


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Camera_01_27022014_027.jpgICT prepares the young to participate in a rapidly changing world in which almost all activities are increasingly transformed through access to varied and developing technology. It is crucial for pupils to know how to employ ICT to enable rapid and legal access to ideas and experiences from a wide range of people, communities and cultures. Increased capabilities in the use of ICT promote self-directed and collaborative learning as pupils are able to make informed judgements from the data gathered.
Stakeholders who are well-versed in ICT also enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of administration and communication, as well as allows for the creation of a conducive learning environment for pupils. ICT-based assessment provides an alternative form of review of pupils’ learning and performance.

Objectives
The objectives of the ICT programmes are to:
  • Provide pupils with ICT enriched learning experiences and focusing on SDL and CoL.
  • Provide opportunities for pupils to see the relevance of cyber wellness to their lives and acquire key cyber wellness skills.
  • Provide accessibility of ICT to pupils through more flexible and mobile infrastructure provision.

Desired Outcomes

The desired outcome which we hope that pupils develop competencies for self-directed and collaborative learning through the effective use of ICT as well as become discerning and responsible ICT users.

Ability-driven and Differentiated Teaching and Learning Programmes

In harnessing potential as well as capabilities in pupils, ICT programme is differentiated to meet the learning needs of different groups of pupils. This notion is clearly charted below

MassTalentedAEP Group
  • E-learning activities 
  • Baseline ICT Skills
  • Integrated Robotics Curriculum(Project works)
  • Cyberwellness Education
  • Microsoft Skills Competition
  • New South Wales ICT Skills
  • Techno Club
  • Cyber Wellness Ambassador
  • Integrated Robotics

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Media Resource Library

Vision
A haven where a community of learners becomes scholars.

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Print and the digital resources are the media that unlock the door of knowledge and wonderment.

The library is where our pupils uncover the complex, challenging yet mysterious and wonderful world around them. They explore and analyse a whole range of fiction and non-fiction, from Shakespeare to the sciences.

Through a myriad of resources, books and digital media, our pupils will engage in scholarly activities to develop a deeper understanding of the richness and complexity of literature and its continuing relevance within our diverse global cultures. By the same means, the community of learners is enriched with what the sciences offer and their lives are enhanced by the world of arts and crafts.

Having acquired the richness of language from the literary works available, our pupils develop the power to express their thoughts, feelings and aspirations in a logical, creative and imaginative way.

Rulang Primary School has mapped a learning journey so that interesting and diversed learning can take place for the pupils. And Media Resource Library, in its main or supportive role, will work together to provide the necessary resources available.

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The Media Resource Library strives to provide opportunities for pupils to develop their enjoyment, confidence and independence in learning and using multi-media resources.

This requires the Media Resource Library to
develop a current collection of multi-media resources for the Media Resource Library and iRead books for the class library that is relevant to all
create areas within the library to accommodate various purpose and use for both staff and pupils

Desired Outcomes

With the wide range of books and fun activities held regularly, the library is an inviting place to more than just read!


Differentiated Teaching and Learning Programme for Readers

 

Avid Readers

Enthusiastic Readers

Novice Readers

Activities

Avid Readers 
Class Library (iRead Books)
Movies@MRL 
Book Talk & Book Recommendation 
Aesthetic-cum-MRL Week
Avid Readers
Class Library (iRead Books) 
Once Upon A Time@MRL Movies@MRL 
Book Talk & Book Recommendation 
Aesthetic-cum-MRL Week

Avid Readers 
Class Library (iRead Books) 
Once Upon A Time@MRL Movies@MRL 
Book Talk & Book Recommendation 
Aesthetic-cum-MRL Week

Spaces

Mini Auditorium 
Thematic Display Board 
My Work Station 
Class Library 
Various study and reading corners in the library (Reference, Fiction and Non-Fiction)
Mini Auditorium 
Thematic Display Board 
My Learning Space 
My Work Station 
Class Library 
Various study and reading corners in the library (Reference, Fiction and Non-Fiction)
Mini Auditorium 
Thematic Display Board 
My Learning Space 
My Work Station 
Class Library 
Various study and reading corners in the library