Concurrent Session: Paper Presentation

At the concurrent (paper) presentation session, speakers will be presenting a myriad of topics across the conference strands of Inspire Connect and Transform.  The presenters will engage and interact with the audience during their paper presentations which include research papers, case studies, work-in-progress reports, proposals for future research, and reports on issues related to learning design.


Paper Presentation Session 1

30th March 2016, 11.30am to 12.00pm

  1. So You Think You Can Search?
  2. Beyond 1-To-1; Redefining The Classroom Learning Spaces
  3. How Can Self-Directed E-Learning Be Made More Efficacious: A Case Study Through A Science E-Learning Module For Secondary Three Students
  4. Digital Curation: An Alternative Assessment To Educate High School Students In Responsible Internet Usage
  5. Technological, Pedagogical And Content Knowledge (TPACK) In Teachers' Professional Development Of Assessment For Learning (AfL)
  6. Use Of Visualisation To Enhance Inquiry-Based Learning Of Geography
  7. A Case Study Of Singapore Secondary Art Teachers’ Use Of WebQuest To Enhance Students’ Visual Literacy
  8. Collaborative Writing Using Google Docs In A Chinese Second Language Classroom
  9. The Teaching Of Reading Comprehension Skills Through The Use Of 10’c (????) Pedagogy And Portal

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 2

30th March 2016, 12.00pm to 12.30pm

  1. Developing  Student Leadership In Cyber Wellness Through Peer Advocacy Approach
  2. Use Of Technology For Development Of Ideas And Coherence In Writing
  3. The Art Of Designing For Learning With ICT To Develop Scientific Explanation For Primary Science
  4. Cultivating Interest And Good Reading Habits In Chinese Language Learners Through Read&Share @Mybookshop Project
  5. Online Annotation Tools To Improve Students’ Cohesion In Writing
  6. Enhancing Students’ Learning Of Science Through Analytics
  7. EngiNEARing Instructional Design To Cater To Different Learning Styles
  8. Implementing Differentiated Instruction Using NearPod

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 3

30th March 2016, 3.30pm to 4.00pm

  1. How Much Can We Learn? Utilising Cognitive Load Theory In Instructional Design
  2. 21st Century Competencies – Design for IT to make IT happen!
  3. Little Environment Journalists – Use Of Blended ICT-Tools To Enhance Confidence And Mastery In The Use Of Mother Tongue Languages
  4. Learning In The Digital Age - A Swedish Perspective
  5. Teaching PE: Anytime, Anywhere – Extending Learning Space With Technology
  6. Effectiveness Of E-Learning With Online Forum Vs E-Learning With Face-To-Face Lesson
  7. The Extent To Which ICT Can Facilitate AfL
  8. Engaged And Meaningful Learning Experience Through Collaboration Supported By ICT

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 4

30th March 2016, 4.30pm to 5.00pm

  1. Making Thinking Visible Using Doceri
  2. A Case Study On The Professional Growth Of Science Teachers Through Synergistic Partnerships In The Collaborative Science Inquiry (CSI) Learning Community
  3. Composite Snapshot Of Design And Teaching Processes And Classroom Practices With ICT
  4. Enhancing Assessment Of Learning Through Technology To Improve Math Literacy
  5. Teaching Argumentative Writing Through A Synergy Of ICT-Enabled Learning Platforms To Facilitate AfL, SDL And CoL
  6. Develop Students’ Argumentative Skills Through Problem-Based Learning Using ICT
  7. Case Studies And The Making Of wRiteFormula – A Mobile App Game To Teach Chemistry Nomenclature Of Ionic Substances, In Singapore Secondary Schools
  8. An Activity Theoretical Approach Towards Distributed Leadership For One-To-One Computing In A Singapore Elementary School
  9. Facilitating Conceptual Understanding in Science

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 5

31st March 2016, 10.30am to 11.00am

  1. Digital Storytelling To Enhance Learning
  2. Digital Citizenship In The 21st Century – From Engagement To Advocacy.  School of Science and Technology, Singapore students’ perspectives
  3. Reframing Reasoning And Communication Opportunities In An ICT-Enriched Mathematics Classroom
  4. Making Learning Statistics Applicable In Real World Context For Secondary One Normal Technical (NT) Students – Deepening Mathematics Learning With Mobile Technologies – A Case Study
  5. A Practice-Based Approach To Assessment Design In Student-Generated Video Projects
  6. Use Of Google Drive For The Support Of Patchwork Assessment In Lower Secondary Science
  7. 10T’ Pedagogy; An Insight On Assessment For Learning And Providing Constructive Feedback In A Web Based Environment
  8. Improving Students’ Writing Through An Experiential Learning Package Which Incorporates Self, Peer And Technology-Enhanced Feedback

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 6

31st March 2016, 11.30am to 12.00pm

  1. Game Creation As A Game Changer - Getting Our Students To Think Deeper And Wider
  2. Leading Innovation And Excellence @ NSPS: Enhanced Professional Development Of ICT Mentors
  3. The English Channel: English Language Grammar And Vocabulary Game
  4. Enabling Deeper Learning: Developing Adaptive, Self-Correcting Learning Environments With Google Forms & Sites
  5. Empowering Teachers And Engaging Students Through Game-Based Learning Platform
  6. Optimizing Mother Tongue Language Learning Using The Web-Based iMTL Interactive Portal
  7. Creating 21st Century Learning Experiences For 21st Century
  8. Collaborative Science Inquiry For Visible Teaching And Learning Of Chemistry Concepts

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 7

31st March 2016, 2.00pm to 2.30pm

  1. Integrating Learning Technologies In School; A School-Wide Approach To Flipped Classroom
  2. Blended Flipped Classroom: Integrating ICT And Didactic Approaches To Build Independent Learners In Science
  3. Use Of Pedagogy-Driven Technology In Language And Science
  4. Use Of Visualisation Analytics Data To Redesign And Enhance Students’ Learning Experiences
  5. Assessment For Learning In English Process Writing With Automated Marking Tool (AMT)
  6. Professional Development And Culture Building Of Staff In Use Of Technology
  7. A Holistic Approach To Cyber Wellness Education At Pre-University Level
  8. ICT-Enhanced Active Collaborative Learning Of Entrepreneurship Using Computer Simulation Game And Online Tool
  9. Redesigning Problem-Based Learning To Develop Students’ Comprehension Ability And Critical Thinking In The Learning Of Chinese Language

View the list of synopses here.

 

Paper Presentation Session 8

31st March 2016, 3.00pm to 3.30pm

  1. Read & Share @ “MyBookShop”
  2. Using Design Principles To Design, Implement And Evaluate ICT-Enabled Pedagogical Practices
  3. Humanities For Digital Learners- Conceptualisation And Development Of Digital Learning Resources For The Humanities
  4. The Extent To Which Google Application Can Facilitate AfL In Oral Practice
  5. ICT Infused Reading Programme In A Collaborative Setting
  6. Analytics For Differentiated Teaching And Learning
  7. WiRead
  8. Why Robots Will Still Need Us…

View the list of synopses here.