Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Excel fest EF2017 Exhibition Booth 20 Educational Technology Division (ETD) / Teck Whye Secondary School (TWSS) / Tanjong Katong Secondary School (TKSS) / Fernvale Primary School (FVPS)

Dear Colleagues

Join us at ExCEL Fest 2017 from 30 to 31 March to celebrate MOE staff’s innovation efforts! Connect with over 90 exhibitors and presenters from schools, HQ and MOE Statutory Boards to discover the latest innovative practices from within our MOE community.

For this 2-day event only, grab the chance to enjoy up to 90%* co-funding on the projects you wish to adopt/adapt back in your workplace!

Registration for the exclusive Sharing and Spotlight sessions starts on 28 Feb. Register at www.excelfest.sg to secure your seats early!

For more information, visit www.excelfest.sg.

Exhibition Booth J18 to J21:  Educational Technology Division (ETD) / Teck Whye Secondary School (TWSS) / Tanjong Katong Secondary School (TKSS) / Fernvale Primary School (FVPS)

Innovative Use of ICT in T&L

Educational Technology Division (ETD) / Teck Whye Secondary School (TWSS) / Tanjong Katong Secondary School (TKSS) / Fernvale Primary School (FVPS)
J18

PROJECT OVERVIEWOpen Source Physics @ Singapore – Educational Technology Division (ETD)
This booth will showcase Open Source Physics at Singapore (OSP@SG) – an ICT project that helps teachers bring real-world physics concepts into the classroom.
To-date, 100 teachers and 10,000 students in Secondary and Junior Colleges have benefited from this project since 2012.
The three unique selling point of the innovation include

  • Accessible, anytime, anywhere because students can run the programme on any computer (browser, open content, no password nor login required) and mobile device (browser, apps and e-books)
  • Adaptable, open-source – gives teachers and students the freedom to collaborate and share ICT resources for teaching and learning
  • Affordable, mobile apps developed are free on the Google Play/Book store and Apple App/iBook Store
ICT plays a fundamental role in preparing our students to be Future-ready Learners, deepening subject mastery and developing 21st Century Competencies.


Where?
Open Source Physics @ Singapore – Educational Technology Division (ETD)
Open Source Physics @ Singapore top right half booth – Educational Technology Division (ETD)



Award

http://www.excelfest.sg/excel/programme

The Innergy (HQ) Award winners for 2016 are:

AWARDS CEREMONY

Recognising, Showcasing and Celebrating Innovation in MOE
MOE strives to continuously innovate and make improvements to enhance the education system and Ministry. To recognise staff's efforts in achieving organisation excellence, MOE dedicates the Innergy Awards and Outstanding Innovator Awards to teams and individuals from our schools, HQ divisions, and statutory boards who made an impact in innovation and improvements. The Awards will be presented to staff at the annual MOE ExCEL Fest. More elaboration of the two Awards are below:

MOE INNERGY AWARDS

Innovation takes effort and everyone needs recognition and encouragement to spur them on. The Innergy Awards are given out to recognise both school and HQ innovations in the education service.
The objectives of the Innergy Awards are to:
Recognise staff, individually or in teams, who have innovative ideas and have spent time developing, testing and/or implementing them
Recognise staff, individually or in teams, that have come up with innovations that have brought about significant benefits contributing to the MOE mission
Encourage more MOE officers to be innovative and creative in the work place


S/NSchoolProject TitleAward
1Educational Technology Division / Curriculum Planning & Development DivisionOpen Source Physics at Singapore (OSP@SG)Gold
Title

Open Source Physics @ Singapore

Vendor version

Open Source Physics @ Singapore Booth J18 Poster 1v4 final

Open Source Physics @ Singapore Booth J18 Poster 2v2 final




Open Source Physics @ Singapore Booth J18 Poster 1v3

Open Source Physics @ Singapore Booth J18 Poster 2v1





Synopsis

(max 150 words)
Senior Specialist(s) and Officer(s) from Ministry of Education Headquarters will showcase Open Source Physics at Singapore (OSP@SG), Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) project that helps teachers bring real-world physics concepts into the classroom.
100 teachers and 10 000 students in Secondary and Junior Colleges since 2012, have benefited from this project.
The 3 unique selling point of the project include
  1. Accessible, anytime, anywhere because students can run the programme on computers (browser, open content, no password nor login required) and mobile devices (browser, apps and e-books).
  2. Adaptable, open-source – it gives teachers and students the freedom to collaborate and share ICT resources for teaching and learning
  3. Affordable, mobile apps developed are free on the Google Play/Book store and Apple App/iBook Store
ICT plays a fundamental role in preparing our students to be Future-ready Learners, deepening subject mastery and developing 21st Century Competencies.



GETTING THERE

By Car

There are 4 access routes to Suntec City:
Raffles Boulevard (from Bras Basah Road)
Temasek Avenue
Rochor Road exit from East Coast Expressway (ECP)
Nicoll Highway
Suntec has 3,100 carpark lots at the venue.

By Train

The nearest MRT Station is Esplanade Station (Exit A) via the Circle Line which will take you directly to Suntec City Mall. Alternatively, take the MRT to City Hall Station (Exit C), followed by a five to ten minutes' walk via an underpass (CityLink Mall) to Suntec City Mall.
Walking distance from MRT Stations
1 minute from Esplanade MRT Station (Exit A)
5 – 10 minutes from City Hall MRT Station (Exit C), via an underpass (CityLink Mall)

By Bus

There are several bus stops from which you can alight to get to Suntec City:
Suntec Convention Centre:
36, 70M, 97, 106, 111, 133, 162M, 502, 518, 580, 581, 700A, 857
Please click here to view the map to Suntec Singapore.




Is ExCEL Fest open to members of the public?

The 2017 ExCEL Fest is an internal event that is specially curated and designed for MOE staff (schools and HQ). However, interested members of the public may visit the Exhibition Area which will be held at Suntec Convention Centre in Halls 403 and 404, from 30 to 31 Mar 2017 (0900 to 1800 hours daily). As we are expecting a large turnout of MOE staff at the event, visitors may experience heavy human traffic especially in the afternoons. In the event that the halls get too overcrowded and present safety concerns, we seek your understanding that we may have to regrettably turn members of the public away.

Monday, March 27, 2017

TRAISI 41184 workshop 2017 ICT Resources for Teaching Energy


Presenter

1. Mr Wee Loo Kang
2. Mr Lee Ming Yew
3. Leong Tze Kwang
4. Dave Lommen

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION (MOE)

Title:

Creating ICT Learning Experiences for Energy

Target

Upper Secondary
JC
Physics

TRAISI CODE

41184

Date and Time

27 Mar (energy) and 18 April ( Synthesis, Reflection and Request done)
1430 - 1730 hours

Overview

Create learning experiences with Open Source Physics ICT Resources in Energy for preparing future ready and responsible digital learners.


Software to be installed ahead SSOE & Tracker 4.95

thanks to my colleagues at eduLab@AST , any Singapore schools in the standard school operating environment (SSOE), can request through the HOD ICT of their school for Tracker to be installed by pushing down centrally through the white-listed software.
https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-F770w5O3Nkg/VGP_h8Xv7oI/AAAAAAAApjE/2yaBBEpWym8/s640/ssoewhitelist..png
updated 13 Nov 2014. do a CONTROL-FIND (F) and look for "open source" http://intranet.moe.gov.sg/itb/Pages/soeschool/ACT_Update_for_School_Purchased_Software.pdf
School-purchased software and applications that have been verified/ tested compatible with SSOE desktop environment

reference:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-KthPfBipNLo/U-HJo-uT4OI/AAAAAAAAjx4/eZsLEwVFa80/s1600/trackerssoe.png
do a CONTROL-FIND (F) and look for "open source" http://intranet.moe.gov.sg/itb/Pages/soeschool/ACT_Update_for_School_Purchased_Software.pdf
School-purchased software and applications that have been verified/ tested compatible with SSOE desktop environment

School-purchased software and applications that have been verified/ tested compatible with SSOE desktop environment.

Objective



The series of workshops will introduce the following to the audience:
1. Quality learning in the hands of every learner empowered with use of Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool and Open Source Physics simulations using the digital library of ICT resources customized by MOE.
2. Responsible use of digital resources.

know more about Energy URL:
http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/index.php/interactive-resources/physics/02-newtonian-mechanics/07-energy-work-power

  1. http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/index.php/39 
  2. https://share.nearpod.com/vsph/1zNV4fhcMu FTDIC





Content Outline

1. Introduction to Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool
2. Carrying out investigation
3. Using data
4. Using mathematical thinking
5. Constructing explanation
6. Argue from evidence
7. Communicate information

8. Introduction to Open Source Physics simulations for learning experiences.


10 min (LK) simulations to teach energy for horizontal motion, vertical motion

20 min (LK & TK & MY) Community Building

15 Min - Peer Teaching, Peer expert mentor new to Tracker teachers how to Run, Load, Set Video Start and End Frame, Calibration, Axes, Create mass, manual tracker. 
To create a group of teachers interested in sharing meaningful ICT Learning Experiences for Teaching.
Create a Whatsapp to take a group picture and group name adding us

Do to
  • color code name tags to be written yellow JC, White Sec , blue dot Veteran, 
  • sit beside one person who is familiar with Tracker red dot person.


  1. Lawrence 92475573
  2. Tze Kwang 82005810

Self intro in Whatsapp group with name and school, email.

60 min (LK & MY & TK) Summary Introduction to Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool 

  1. Summarise what was done in previous session, sharing by repeat participants, (Kinematics and Dynamics) 
  2. The relationship between kinematics and dynamics is .......kinematics is how did the motion change and dynamics is why the motion change
  3. Ask Question, example, what cause are the energies forms KE,PE and TE of a falling object? We go to digital library to search for the TRZ files.
    1. https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/8651a81d-4e39-40a9-a5ef-4fd9533c235a student response system
    2. Open Tracker and go to Collections | Shared Library | Singapore Tracker Digital Library | 00_workshop | Leongster2017 |  energy | toss_up_WEP.trz. worksheet  0031-9120_50_4_436tossuptrackerworksheet.docx from here
      1.  poll real physics question
    3. Open Tracker and go to Collections | Shared Library | Singapore Tracker Digital Library | 00_workshop | Leongster2017 | energy | toss_out_WEP.trz
      1.  poll real physics question
    4. Open Tracker and go to Collections | Shared Library | Singapore Tracker Digital Library | 00_workshop | Leongster2017 | energy | whichballlandfirst.trz
    5. reflection
      1. challenges as student
      2. poll about the whether the pedagogy of using tracker to get students to experience energy concept sound.
      3. about the whether the pedagogy of using tracker to get students to experience energy concept sound.

30 min Break question: 

  1. talk to at least 2 person who you do not already know.
  2. talk about the possible use of video modeling in your context, topic you teaching and we will give 20 minutes for teacher sharing.
  3. a whatsapp group is created for professional discussion

 

20 min (Dave) Extension Activity, using Simulation to provide Learning Experience on Energy.





20 min (Ezzy Chan) Community Sharing

invite Ezzy Chan to come share the challenges of using ICT and how them overcome them


5 min (Survey) tinyurl.com/edulab2017

5 mins  Remaining time use for community building

to discuss how to collaborate on a dynamics lesson of their choice, maybe based on the worksheet

Worksheets

a whatsapp group is created for professional discussion


8. Introduction to Open Source Physics simulations for learning experiences.

Synopsis

This series of four 'ICT Resources for Teaching' workshops aim to promote responsible and quality learning in the hands of every learner empowered with use of 1. Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool and 2. Open Source Physics simulations, all part of the open educational resources customized by MOE. At the end of the workshops, teachers will know how to assess, afford and adapt these wide variety of online resources available, licensed Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike (CC-BY-SA) lesson materials for implementation in their own classes for the topics Kinematics, Dynamics, and Energy.

Feedback


What do you like best about the session?

  1. Sharing by facilitators
  2. professional discussion 
  3. Demonstration of the use of Tracker software
  4. Sharing of other ICT platforms like Nearpod to supplement lesson
  5. The interaction with my fellow teachers and the sharing of ideas and resources. 
  6. Learning the KE and the PE
  7. Exposure to additional features of the tracker and how to integrate with online answer gathering tools
  8. The different resources used and the incorporation of nearpod, kahoot and simulation.
  9. Approachable presenters. Very willing to share.
  10. Teacher centered. Includes other useful ICT tools.
  11. The sharing of the lessons
  12. Tracker , simulated pendulum


What are the areas of improvement for the session?

  1. More hands-on sessions
  2. more customisation for sec lvl for dynamics session 
  3. A simple step-by-step guide for some basic functions, such as creating point mass etc., for recap purpose (see worksheets, 0031-9120_50_4_436tossuptrackerworksheet.docx & falling ball worksheet tracker 4.84.docx )
  4. Perhaps notes or worksheets can be used to supplement the sessions. (see worksheets, 0031-9120_50_4_436tossuptrackerworksheet.docx & falling ball worksheet tracker 4.84.docx )
  5. Fix the bugs~ ^_^ (Fixed already, check it)
  6. Clarity of usage of the software (Tracker has a self help guide, YouTubes Playlist by us etc)
  7. -
  8. Nil
  9. Go a bit slower for those who didn't attend the first sessions.
  10. Nil
  11. More time for participants to try the software and customize for their own use.
  12. None yet




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Invitation to be Concurrent Session Presenter at N3 Cluster’s 7th ICT Symposium 2017

N3 Cluster’s 7th ICT Symposium
8th June 2017
3 to 5 pm
Compassvale Secondary School 

The purpose of this letter is to formally invite you, on behalf of the PLLDC, to be the Concurrent Session Presenter at our upcoming N3 Cluster’s 7th ICT Symposium. The N3 ICT Symposium is an annual event which brings together thought leaders,teacher practitioners and educational researchers for a noble purpose- to share their insights, practices, experiences and research studies in the use of technology to advance 21st century teaching and learning .This is also a platform that changes how Educators perceive, think about and understand the role of ICT in today’s technological and globally connected environment. The Symposium will be held on 28th June 2017 at Compassvale Secondary School at 3 pm.

The Symposium deliberations will be on the following themes:


  1. Educators as Learning Designers harnessing technology for curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
  2. Responsible Digital Users


This symposium seeks to enhance teachers’ competencies as designers of learning who are guided by learning principles and sound pedagogical approaches to plan for their lessons. Teachers harness ICT to design for active learning and monitor and to provide feedback to advance learning. The symposium also seeks to emphasise the importance of the roles educators play in helping students understand their roles and responsibilities in a digitally mediated world.

Your experience and expertise in the field of using computer models in Science education will be an excellent addition to our symposium programme as many of our participants will look forward to hearing and learning from your work. It is therefore an honour to be able to invite you as our Concurrent Session Presenter for a talk on

“Developing simulations and video analysis and modelling for Physics education” as we are aware of your great contribution to this field of work.

We look forward to a positive confirmation. If you could kindly RSVP to me by 1st April 2017 and from there I can provide you with any additional information you might require.


Abstract:

Developing simulations and video analysis and modelling for Physics education

Open Source Physics at Singapore (OSP@SG) is a project by Singapore Ministry of Education which helps teachers bring real-world physics concepts into the classroom.

The programme is innovative in that it complements real-life experiments by providing interactive resources that help visualisation. The programme also has a function for mathematical modelling, where students’ ideas can be 'tested' or modelled and compared with real life or simulated data. It is accessible anytime, anywhere because students can run the programme on computers and mobile devices. 

The talk will bring participants to access the website with 300+ open source and open educational digital resources that runs on their own mobile devices. There are apps and e-books on Android Playstore and Apple App Store that can download these resources for offline use.

Since 2012, MOE has been collaborating with schools¹ on OSP@SG, with positive feedback received on the project both in Singapore and around the world. Some benefits include enhanced students’ learning through the student-centric pedagogy where students learn to experiment like real life scientists using modelling and simulation. Students could better visualise, explore and discover abstract physics concepts through manipulation and modelling techniques. In addition, an interest-based learning community for the OSP@SG has been formed. This community include the many OSP experts namely, Professor Francisco Esquembre, Fu-Kwun Hwang, Wolfgang Christian, Felix Gracia and Douglas Brown and many more in the world who helped to develop the materials to sustain the community. By networking and learning with the experts, teachers in local schools are now taking greater ownership of the materials they author by either remixing the models or creating new worksheets to support the guided inquiry or modelling pedagogy afforded through OSP@SG.

The key message is ICT plays an integral role in preparing our students to be Future-ready Learners and as Future-ready Learners, students use ICT productively to deepen subject mastery and develop 21st Century Competencies.

footnote
¹ Anderson Junior College, Evergreen Secondary School, Hwa Chong Institution, Innova Junior College, Meridian Junior College, National Junior College, Raffles Girls’ Secondary School, River Valley High School, Saint Andrew’s Junior College, Serangoon Junior College, Victoria Junior College and Yishun Junior College.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

TRIASI workshop 2017 Exploring Customisable Math Apps March 22 2017

TRIASI workshop 2017 Exploring Customisable* Math Apps March 22 2017

note:
customisation is possible due to the open source code license, but it requires some knowledge of Easy JavaScript Modeling Tool to modify the all the Math Apps created by us.

email:

Dear Participant,

Thank you for registering in the following workshop:

Title: Exploring Customisable Math Apps
Date: 22 March 2017 (Wednesday)
Time: 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Venue: eduLab@AST (Block J Level 4) 2, Malan Road, Singapore 109433, Academy of Singapore Teachers, Tel: 6664 1450 (Walk towards the canteen and climb the stairs up to highest floor following the green signages)

Getting there: Please see the attached for directions to AST.
Parking: MOE staff are permitted to park their vehicles within AST. Please refer to the attached map for alternative parking (10 min walk away).
Refreshments: A short tea break with some light snacks will be provided.

Things to bring:
  1. Civil Service Card (to clear security)
  2. Personal Laptop or Office Laptop or Others (if any)
  3. IAMS password for wifi access 
  4. Personal handphone to setup personal wifi is encouraged

Please arrive 5 mins before the stipulated time as the workshop will start punctually to ensure that we have ample time for exploration and discussion.

We certainly look forward to meeting you. ☺

Click here for details of our upcoming workshops. (Opal login required)

For further enquiries and clarifications, please contact us at moe_edulab_ast@moe.edu.sg.


Presenter

1. Mr Wee Loo Kang
2. Thong CH
3. Woo Huey Ming
4. Shannalyn
5. Samuel Tan
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION (MOE)

Title:

Exploring Customisable Math Apps

Target

Primary
Math

Date and Time

25 Jan, 22 Mar, 3 May
1430 - 1730 hours
Mr Lawrence Wee Loo Kang


Objective

Learn how customisable Math Apps can engage students in activities to explore and learn mathematical concepts and skills in a fun way.
Participants will learn how Math Apps can be used in activity-based learning.

Content Outline

By the end of the session, the participants should be able to
1. Use the Math Apps to help students uncover abstract mathematical concepts or results
2. Customize Math Apps to meet students’ learning needs

Reference:
http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/index.php/interactive-resources/mathematics

Synopsis

Looking for interesting ideas to help your students explore and learn mathematical concepts and skills in a fun way? The Math Apps allow students to experiment, explore and construct meanings and understandings between concrete and abstract mathematical ideas. The workshop facilitators will also share their experiences using Math Apps for teaching & learning and how to customize the Math Apps to suit your students’ learning needs.


Workshop Flow

10 mins introduce Math LC,  community  overview (CH and HM), tools (geogebra, maps etc)

 

Useful ICT Tools for Teaching and Learning of Mathematics

Natural-fit 

  1. Geogebra https://www.geogebra.org/
  2. Geometer Sketchpad http://www.dynamicgeometry.com/
  3. Mathematics PlaySpace http://tinyurl.com/MAPS-moe
  4. Desmo https://www.desmos.com/

Virtual Manipulatives

  1. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrVirtual%20ary.html
  2. eduplace http://www.eduplace.com/kids/mw/manip/mn_2.html
  3. Mathplayground http://www.mathplayground.com/math_manipulatives.html
  4. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Illuminations http://illuminations.nctm.org/Search.aspx?view=search&type=ac
  5. Flash Apps  Number and Algebra Measurement and Geometry Statistics
  6. http://iwant2study.org/lookangejss/math/flash/Primary%20Level/
  7. NRICH Enriching Mathematics http://nrich.maths.org/frontpage
  8. Open Educational Resources http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/index.php/interactive-resources/mathematics

Collaboration and Communication

  1. Google Apps for Education https://www.google.com/edu/products/productivity-tools/
  2. TodaysMeet https://todaysmeet.com/
  3. Padlet https://padlet.com/
  4. Popplet http://popplet.com/
  5. Lino http://en.linoit.com/
  6. Explain Everything https://explaineverything.com/
  7. Doceri https://doceri.com/
  8. Screencast-O-Matic https://screencast-o-matic.com/

Formative Assessment

  1. Poll Everywhere https://www.polleverywhere.com/
  2. Plickers https://plickers.com/
  3. Socrative https://www.socrative.com/
  4. Kahoot https://kahoot.it/
  5. Formative https://goformative.com/
  6. Nearpod https://nearpod.com/
  7. Quizizz https://quizizz.com/
  8. Educaplay https://en.educaplay.com/
  9. PingPong http://gogopp.com/en
  10. GoSoapBox http://www.gosoapbox.com/

Online Games 

  1. Mathplayground http://www.mathplayground.com/
  2. Coolmath4kids https://www.coolmath4kids.com/
  3. Arcademics http://www.arcademics.com/
  4. Fuel the brain http://www.fuelthebrain.com/
  • The information contained in the list is compiled for general reference purposes only. It does not represent the opinion of MOE, nor endorsement of any products or services. MOE is not liable for any loss or damage caused by the content of the linked websites.
  • The use of ICT should complement children’s learning experiences, and be age and developmentally appropriate, in particular to younger children.


30 mins discuss what is in the syllabus that we can work together

30 mins break and networking


10 mins Discuss what are some features you want added, LK will add if possible, changes typically done in 7 days or so.

20 mins sharing by participants what are some of the digital apps websites used currently

10 mins  guest speaker?
10 survey









































Link1Link 2

Survey


What do you like best about the session?

What are the areas of improvement for the session?

What is/are the name(s) of the featured tool(s) you would be trying?




Mirror 

http://mydesk.opal.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/ca4_mydesk/kblog&ptid=gs1878&bid=629&func=view&id=2983 (OPAL login required)

Email

The all materials are on the links
Do try to sign up of the other 2 workshops, if you are interested to see what changes have been made to the apps we make, based on your feedback.

More information on this senior specialist research project can be found on the link below
http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/index.php/projects/449-sstrf-2017-etd-3-explore-useful-learning-math-apps

Thank you

Feedback


What do you like best about the session?

  1. Hands-on session
  2. Lots of useful websites shared , good apps to be used in the classroom and shared back in school
  3. List of apps
  4. Novel tools shared. Clear and concise. 
  5. Finding out more ICT tools for Teaching and Learning of Mathematics 
  6. Sharing of applications for use
  7. The different tools available
  8. The list of tools given will be very useful. 
  9. A whole list of useful links and resources was generously given to the teachers
  10. Sharing of math apps that I did not know existed
  11. List of helpful applications
  12. Resources
  13. Different web links for various ICT tools for T&L are provided for different purposes.
  14. interesting website to try on (virtual manipulatives)
  15. Hands-on
  16. Sharing of resources for teaching of primary mathematics
  17. Introduction of new apps that I have not seen before
  18. The sharing of the applications that are useful for teaching and learning
  19. The range of ICT Tools for teaching of Mathematics
  20. Getting to try different apps
  21. showing of examples
  22. the useful websites/resources given
  23. the list of apps / websites that was given is very good 
  24. Customisable of apps
  25. The apps that were shared. Telling time and multiples/factors
  26. Sharing of multiple useful tools 

What are the areas of improvement for the session?

  1. More time to try out the tools. Too many website given only 10 mins to try
  2. Nil
  3. Look at specific topics and how to use the apps to teach the topics
  4. -
  5. It can be shorter as teachers can go back to school to explore the different websites by themselves instead of doing during the workshop
  6. Nil
  7. Lessons on how to create apps for ipads.
  8. The tools can be shown according to different levels and topics.
  9. More time given for us to explore the apps
  10. More structured guidance and facilitators to go around to help
  11. Nil
  12. More in depth explanations
  13. -N.A-
  14. could made it more hands on by enabling the participants to really customise the app on our own :) 
  15. More up-to-date apps or sites which can be used on tablets.
  16. NIL
  17. Got lost during the process on the website to click
  18. NIL
  19. More hands-on, let the teachers explore and post the comments on their own. Some of the facilitators are going too fast before we could get to the page. Would be good if there are people around to help the participants. 
  20. Could provide more samples of how to use the apps
  21. Maybe it will be good to send the links earlier so that the participants can try first
  22. It's too fast. I am not good in ICT so I am lost throughout the course.
  23. apps to be more colourful as they are for primary school students
  24. Language used in Math lesson are important. Do check with MOE the exact words to used in the apps.
  25. Need to share more apps on iStore as many school and students are more familiar with iPads. 
  26. To show how some of the collaborative tools can be used in the classroom 


What is/are the name(s) of the featured tool(s) you would be trying?

  1. Mathematics Playspace, Flash App
  2. Nearpod, the maps
  3. mathplayground
  4. Flash Apps 
  5. Mathematics PlaySpace / iwant2study
  6. Mathplayground
  7. MapsLive
  8. Flash Apps - Symmetry 
  9. Plickers
  10. The apps that can be used on android
  11. Map
  12. Iwant2study apps
  13. Mathematics PlaySpace
  14. iwant2study.org
  15. Doceri, Flash Apps, Class Kick
  16. Telling time app
  17. Flash Apps
  18. MaPS
  19. Flash apps
  20. Mathplayground
  21. classkick
  22. Manipulatives and games
  23. padlet and popplet
  24. Geogebra
  25. iwant2study
  26. kahoot 







I have learnt something new.The learning objectives were achieved.The Instructional resources provided are useful.The presentation was clear.The session met my learning needs.I would recommend the session to others.The questions raised during the session were addressed adequately.The facilitation of the session was effective for my learning.SQ Rating
EXPLORING CUSTOMISABLE APPS RUN 2
SA19.2%19.2%34.6%15.4%19.2%19.2%15.4%19.2%
3.10
A76.9%73.1%61.5%69.2%69.2%73.1%69.2%69.2%
D3.8%7.7%3.8%11.5%11.5%7.7%15.4%11.5%
SD0.0%0.0%0.0%3.8%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%