Fuchun Primary School constantly upgrades herself to keep up with the global advancement of ICT knowledge, technologies and skills. To better prepare pupils to meet future needs, our teachers go through ICT training at different stages and transfer the learning to our pupils. Infrastructure has been set up to support school programmes and daily teaching and learning activities as well as administrative work. P3/P5 classrooms are also equipped with Interactive Whiteboards to enhance teaching and learning.
With the introduction of wireless access points in the school, our students are now able to use portable computing devices to access media-rich and interactive digital resources for enhanced learning from both within and beyond their classrooms.
With the help of teachers and external vendors, Learning Management System, Information Management System and Knowledge Management System have been put in place. A residential trainer has been engaged to further train pupils in ICT skills.
- Integration of ICT skills into curriculum
- Baseline standard ICT skills
- MS Word, PowerPoint Presentation, Excel Spreadsheets, Internet
- IT Enrichment Programmes
- Digital Photography
- MS Office
- MS Publisher
- Movie Maker
- Video Production
- 3 full labs
- 1 IT Resource Room
- Library multimedia corner
- IT-enabled classrooms
iBeacon Museum Trail
This year, the Primary 6 pupils who visited the Bukit Chandu Museum for their Social Studies Learning Journey had a more personalised and engaging learning experience. Leveraging on iBeacon technology, which is a Bluetooth device that can broadcast and receive content from mobile devices, teachers were able to create digital learning spaces within the museum for pupils. The pupils access online resources through web links and participate in quizzes that would be sent automatically in the form of push notifications to their screen through the iBeacon mobile application. With the iBeacon technology, pupils could also collaborate with their peers and teachers through the online “comment” function to share photos and communicate with one another, throughout the learning journey. Having received positive feedback from the teachers and pupils who participated in the Bukit Chandu trail, our teacher designers hope to incorporate the iBeacon technology into a greater number of learning trails for our pupils.
Pupils using the iBeacon application to capture photos
needed for the task
and complete online quizzes