Digital Media Club

Objectives


Students will be able to:

      • Learn about Information Communication and Technology (ICT) in a fun, enrichment and meaningful way
      • Develop future-ready skills such as programming and the use of digital software to create a variety of multimedia products

Schedule

DayTimeRemarks
Friday7.30am to 9.00amWithin curriculum hours

Teacher IC & Email address

Teacher ICEmail address (ICON)
Mr Soh Eng Siongsoh_eng_siong@moe.edu.sg
Mr Richard S/O Arokiasamyrichard_arokiasamy@moe.edu.sg

Introduction


Digital Media Club conducts training sessions to impart students with coding and debugging skills using ScratchJr and Python. Students are also grouped and assigned distinct roles and duties with emphasis on building student leadership. 

Students will have the opportunity to take part in competitions as part of their development  such as the National Infocomm Competition and National Coding Competition, ‘Our Schools, Our Stories’ Photo Contest, National Young Shutterbugs Competition and Schools Digital Media Awards Competition.

CCA Achievements



YearEvent Description
2019


  • Showcased project "Lighting Up Lives" at EduTECH Asia 2019
  • Took part in 3D Tronics Digital Making National Infocomm Competition
  • Attended Maker JR (Newbie) using Micro:bits Programme
 2018


  • Took part in Our Schools, Our Stories Photo Contest
  • Took part in 7th National Young Shutterbugs Competition 2018
  • Attended Photography  Programme conducted by C'ignature Enrichment Group 
 2017


  • Took part in National Coding Competition 2017 (Bronze Award)
  • Took part in Schools Digital Media Awards 2017 (SDMA) Competition 
  • Attended Film Production Programme conducted by Kelin Sng Productions Pte Ltd


Photos of our Digital Media Club students in action

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Students analysing their programming code during the Maker Jr Programme using Microsoft Makecode and BBC Microbit controller

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Students debugging in MIT Scratch

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Presenting our smart vehicle for the disadvantaged with the BBC Microbit controller

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Students learning MIT ScratchJr in preparation to teach pre-schoolers for the Values-in-Action Outreach Programme