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Info-Communications Technology

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Teachers Affectionately
known as
Designation Email
Mr Andy Lam Kum Cheong Mr LamHead of Department
(ICT & Mobile Web Applications, MWA)
andy_lam_kum_cheong@schools.gov.sg
Mr Lim Kian Chuan
Mr LimSubject Head
(ICT)
lim_kian_chuan@schools.gov.sg
Ms Siti Nooratika Binte Jumaat Ms AtikaTeacher (ICT)
siti_nooratika_jumaat@schools.gov.sg
Mr Daniel ChooMr DanielTeacher (ICT)daniel_choo_tuck_loong@schools.gov.sg
Mr Helmy Rozaimi Husaimi
Mr Helmy
Allied Educator (ICT & MWA)
helmy_rozaimi_husaimi@schools.gov.sg
Mr Goh Chee Ming Jeffrey
Mr GohCo-ordinating Officer (ICT)
goh_chee_ming_jeffrey@schools.gov.sg
Mr Klassen Charles Gerard
Mr CharlesTechnical Support Officer (AV & ICT)
klassen_charles_gerard@schools.gov.sg








Objective

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Our department aims to empower Crestans with useful ICT skills upon completion of our syllabus. The software and basic ICT skills taught in our lessons enable them to be proficient in the leading software that are commonly used among companies. This will empower them to have transferable skills to excel in their jobs in the future, built upon a strong ICT foundation here in Crest.


Curriculum

ICT photo 1.jpegICT curriculum in Crest Secondary School involves these software:

·      Google Workspace

·      Adobe Photoshop

·      Adobe Premier

Google Workspace comprises of tools such as Google Doc, Sheet and Slides. These software allow for content creation and collaboration easily. Students will be able to use these leading collaborative tools to create and share with peers for them to edit in real time. At the same time, these tools allow for office productivity whenever needed.

Adobe Photoshop and Premier seek to explore the creativity of our students through photo editing as well as movie-making. These software are at the forefront of their respective industries and equipping our students with the skills to use these software will serve them well in the future. They can also use the software for their personal media creation and expression.


More than just technical skills

ICT photo 3.jpgThough the learning of the skills in using these software is important, we ensure that students know the soft skills that come with it as well. They will be taught to see the objectives of a piece of work, plan what they need and to know how to find help should they need it. The peripheral basic ICT skills will also be taught while attempting mini projects using those software. As mentioned earlier, we seek to empower our students to be better contributors to society through technical skills as well as the soft skills.