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Information Communication Technology (ICT)

AES ICT Vision

AES ICT Vision

Teachers produce a safe and engaged environment with ICT, where students are immersed in responsible, self directed and collaborative learning.
AES ICT Goals 
1. Students use ICT pervasively in their learning process to develop 21st Century Competencies.
2. Teachers to use ICT as a pedagogical and collaborative tool to engage the students who are digital natives.
3. ICT is used as a tool for assessment, feedback, data collection, analysis and documentation.

In Assumption English School, we believe in an education that extends beyond the confines of content and knowledge within the formal academic curriculum. Information Communication Technology (ICT) plays an important role in enriching and transforming the learning environments of our students and equipping them with the critical competencies and dispositions to succeed in a knowledge economy. This is in line with the Ministry of Education’s Masterplan 3 (MP3), and enables the school in planning and implementing an education that prepares our students in meeting the needs of the future.

In the classrooms, teachers employed various ICT and Web tools to enrich and extend the learning 
of students. Students are encouraged to work collaboratively with their peers, ask critical questions and explore possibilities beyond the textbooks through active use of technological tools in the classrooms. In turn, students are expected to discover learning and construct knowledge meaningfully for themselves. Students hone their existing ICT skills or learn new ones on the go as they prepare for projects and presentations.

Code for Fun (CFF) Enrichment
In order to increase students’ exposure to coding and computational thinking, we offer Code for Fun Enrichment Programme for our Secondary One students conducted by Mr. Nor Isa and aided by other teachers in the Maths department and our ICT Executive. The lessons are conducted over a semester and the students learn Scratch, a graphical programming language.   Using Scratch, the students created animations to illustrate the school values. The school values form the word, CHRIST.
CHRIST stands for Compassion, Humility, Respect, Integrity, Sense of Responsibility, Trust.

Below is a showcase of students’ work:

Compassion by Esquibel Ghianne Afalla, 1/2

Humility by Emma Mary Ho, 1/2

Respect by Chan Weng Huen, 1/1

Integrity by Irene Wong, 1/4

Sense of Responsibility by Perez Allysa Trisha Gabat, 1/4

Trust by Joshua Budiman, 1/2