7 November 2012 - At the annual Youth Infocomm Day, the National Infocomm Club Awards was presented to six winning entries from the Primary School Category and six winning entries from the Secondary School/Junior College Category. For the first time this year, participating students competed on two tracks surrounding the theme "Learning with ICT".
Singapore, 7 November 2012 | For Immediate Release
The National Infocomm Club Awards given out for the first time, to winning entries from two competition tracks -
"Current Possibilities" & "Future Scenarios"
At the annual Youth Infocomm Day, the National Infocomm Club Awards was presented to six winning entries from the Primary School Category and six winning entries from the Secondary School/Junior College Category. For the first time this year, participating students competed on two tracks surrounding the theme "Learning with ICT". (For details on the winning entries, please refer to Annex A (159.27KB))
The first track on "Current Possibilities" required students to develop tools that can be productised to enhance current teaching and learning practices. The second track on "Future Scenarios" required students to creatively envision scenarios of how infocomm can empower teaching and learning in future. Ms Sim Ann, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Communications & Information, and the Ministry of Education will be presenting the trophies and prizes to the winners.
For more details, please view our video release at http://youtu.be/qKMNXgAAi5c.
Please refer to Annexes B - J for more information on the Infocomm Manpower Development Roadmap v2.0 as well as each individual programme within.
- Annex A - Factsheet on the Natonal Infocomm Club Awards Winners (159.27KB)
- Annex B - Factsheet on Infocomm Manpower Development Roadmap v2.0 (206.14KB)
- Annex C - Factsheet on IDA JC Computing Award (148.08KB)
- Annex D - Factsheet on the Computer Science Reloaded (120.11KB)
- Annex E - Factsheet on the IT Exposed (113.56KB)
- Annex F - Factsheet on the Enhanced Learning in Information Technology (163.26KB)
- Annex G - Factsheet on Enhanced Infocomm Club (114.80KB)
- Annex H - Factsheet on the National Infocomm Scholarship (167.77KB)
- Annex I - Factsheet on the Integrated Infocomm Scholarship (151.08KB)
- Annex J - Factsheet on the National Infocomm Competition (133.28KB)
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The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) is committed to growing Singapore into a dynamic global infocomm hub. IDA uses an integrated approach to developing info-communications in Singapore. This involves nurturing a competitive telecoms market as well as a conducive business environment with programmes and schemes for both local and international companies. For more news and information, visit www.ida.gov.sg.
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Grace CHIANG (Ms)
Manager, Corporate and Marketing Communication
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
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