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    • for New Media www.mediaplaylab.sg Centre of Excellence Warm welcome to North zone Principals / Vice Principals! Innova Junior College
    • Endorsed by Ministry of Education since Feb 2007
    • Vision and Mission of Centre Of Excellence Research Centre Spearhead research on new media technologies in teaching and learning Media Centre Equipping of students with new media literacies and media skills for creative self expression Students filming in studio ETD Director Dr Cheah at Festival Di’Arts 2009 Vision : To be the national flagship in new media with a global vision in leading creative pedagogical practices
    • Why New Media? Global Trends National Strategic Thrusts Student Passion Participatory Media Digital Media 2018 New Economy Social Media Web2.0 R&D in Interactive Digital Media Media21 iN2015 Singapore Media Fusion Digital Natives Gaming Collaboration Mobile MSN New Media Literacy
    • New Media Centre New Media Arts Studio
    • New Media Centre Media PlayLab La Vita Nuova – a New Media Installation and Video Art Space Café Escapade
    • La Vita Nuova – New Media Installation and Video Arts Space La Vita Nuova Adobe Quarterly #15 Best Education Case Study
    • Structure and Disciplines Innova BroadCasting Station ( iBCS ) Film Productions Unit ( FPU ) Innovation Technology ( IT ) Photographic Society ( PS ) TV Radio New Media Arts @ Innova JC
    • Innova Broadcasting Station
      • Activities
      • Daily Morning Live Broadcasting before assembly
      • 7.15am – 7.50am
      • Podcasting
      • Life Splashes, radio drama, subject podcasts etc
      • Radio Singapore International Collaboration
      • Videocasting
    • Learning processes Pre-production Stage: Creative Concept & Research Production Stage: Teamwork & Monitoring Post-production Stage: Reflection & Refining
    • New Media Arts Students at work
    • Key Project Hi-Definition Overseas On-location Shoot in Taiwan
      • National Library Board collaboration in producing inaugurating video for ‘I Love My Library’ national campaign
      Key Project Ramblinglibrarian.blogspot.com
    • Key Project Email from National Library Board I am also very pleased to inform you that 'I love my library' Video was very well received by NLB folks and students. We have shown this video in a c ouple of schools and it was warmly received . The Serangoon JC students had a gala time and we have used the video during our outreach and 900 students watched it. We h ave sent copies to the braches and they will screen it during the programmes, talks etc. Most importantly, I have screened it today. We are on course at out Learning & Development Division. The trainer is Patrick Jones from United States. Jones is a frequent speaker at library conferences, having visited all fifty states, as well as in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. He liked the Video and requested for a copy and I gave him a copy of it. He sought permission to screen it in USA and during his talks. It is a moment of great achievement for the School and New Media Arts Team. Ms Meeknashi, NLB
    • International Confederation of Principals 2009 3-day daily on-site broadcast to 4,000 international educators Confident Person: Speaking to the World
    • Key Projects Finland Exchange Programme
      • New Media Academy
        • 5 day training camp which includes courses and learning journeys with over 230 participants from 39 schools
        • Courses conducted by industry professionals
        • Digital photography, digital music compostition, macromedia flash and adobe photoshop, digital filmmaking etc
      First Experience with new media Talks by industry professionals Key Projects
        • The National New Media Challenge 2007
        • Participants utilised new media channels to promote messages for a charitable organization
        • Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
        • Make-A-Wish Foundation
        • Heartware Network
      Prize winners of the National New Media Arts Challenge Key Projects
    • Key Projects Cheering Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games New Media Ambassador Mentorship Programme
    • iBlog 06 - 07 National Interschool Chinese Weblog Competition Key Projects
    • Key Projects Media Savviness Sponsorship Programme with Singapore Media Academy
    • Awards and Achievements Orange Ribbon Celebrations Video Competition (JC/ITE/Poly category) – 1st Prize Media Development Authority Film Classification Video Competition – 1st Prize Marketing Competition – 1st Prize Sembawang Town Council Video Competition – 1st Prize National Smoking Control Campaign – 1st Prize, 3rd Prize Singapore Youth Festival Poster Design Competition (JC/CI category) – 2nd Prize Northzone Digital Podcast Competition – 2nd Northzone Digital Music Competition – 2nd National Schools Podcast Competition – 3rd Prize Asia Photo Awards (International) – Merit Ministry of Finance Budget 2009 Video Competition – 2nd And many more……
    • Research Centre International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology by MOE and ISTE 2008, 2010 International Science Education Conference by NIE 2009 International Confederation of Principals by ICP and Academy of Principals 2009 Adobe Education Leadership Conference, Seoul 2009 MOE EXCEL Fest 2008, 2009, 2010 Teachers Conference 2010
    • Research Centre: Infusing within Curriculum GP and Languages Documentary and Film making Virtual world Google Sites Mobile Learning Augmented Reality Humanities Podcasting Screencasting History, Geography, Economics Sciences Videocasting Social bookmarking Co-Curricula Activities Campus Network Social Media Mathematics Screencasting, videopaper builder, virtual world
    • SECOND LIFE IN GENERAL PAPER Enhancing critical thinking and writing skills through argumentation and enacted role play in immersive affinity spaces A LEAD@ICT Schools Research Project in collaboration with Learning Sciences Lab, NIE Lead@ICT Schools
    • Action Research
      • 2007
      • Developing Oral Communication Skills through Broadcasting- The Process
      • (Using Student-Produced GP Documentaries in the Teaching of the General Paper
      • Fostering argumentative knowledge construction through enactive role play in Second Life
      • 2008
      • Using Screencasting as a supplementary tool in the teaching of various Pre-University subjects in the Singapore context
      • Delicious.com - Social Bookmarking as Resource Management Tool in Science and Collaborative Learning Tool in General Paper
      • Effectiveness of Video Paper Builder in creating a Learner-Centred Environment
    • Action Research
      • 2009
      • Technology Leadership through Social Capital – People Moving Technology
      • Using Facebook as a multi-functional online tool for collaborative and engaged learning
      • Using Video Paper Builder as an effective tool for achieving understanding in the learning of Organic Chemistry
      • Facebook as a multifunctional online tool for collaborative and engaged learning in General Paper
      • Use of Video Paper Builder in developing problem-solving skills in students for Mathematics
    • Mediate!
      • From DVD-rom to blog!
      • Features more instantaneous updates on various areas useful for educators, from New Media 101 to cutting edge experimentation
    • New Media in Education Conference
        • Seminar engaging educators as they come to share with one another how they have utilised new media / ICT in teaching and learning
        • Virtual Conference in Second Life from 2010!
      Dr Cheah Horn Mun, Director ETD Educator-Speakers from Helsinki, Finland Mr John Treloar, Adobe Asia Pacific Education Director Participants
    • Media PlayLab International Network
    • Professional Learning Communities
      • MPLIN seeks to nurture Professional Learning Communities among teachers across schools / subjects to improve pedagogical practice.
      • Designed and implemented by teachers for teachers, this first-of-its-kind initiative leverages on social networks for participatory communication and virtual worlds for real time interaction.
      • Community stakeholders are partnered to value-add to education through expertise / resources.
      • Increased interaction among teachers nurtures a reflective practice culture and ownership of professional development, leading to students’ engagement in everyday learning.
    • Professional Learning Communities
      • Dufour and Eaker (1998) state, “The most promising strategy for sustained, substantive school improvement is developing the ability of school personnel to function as professional learning communities.”
    • Benefits of Media PlayLab
      • Regular activities and events
      • Fortnightly email updated
      • Tapping on 24/7 Social Networks
      • Complemented by virtual campus on second life for real time event(s) and interaction
      • Makes possible international participation / interaction for cross-pollination of ideas
      • Offers opportunities to collaborate on projects across distance
      • Special focus area: Virtual world education
      • www.mediaplaylab.sg
      • Events and Activities
      • Secondlife in Singapore Education Seminar (Mar’10)
      • ICT for TLLM (MTL) Seminar (Feb’ 10)
      • iCTLT 2010 (Mar’ 10)
      • MOE Excel Fest (Mar’10)
      • Virtual World Best Practices in Education Conference (Mar’10)
      • Exhibitions and sharing replays (Apr – Aug 2010)
      • New Media in Education International Conference (SL edition) Sept 2010
      Events and Activities
    • Virtual World Education
      • Malay Language and Literature
    • Virtual World Education
      • Malay Language and Literature
    • Virtual World Education
      • Chinese Language and Literature
    • Virtual World Education
      • Chinese Language and Literature
    • Impact and influence
      • Really outstanding presentation by one and all are very professional and very inspiring! – Dr Richard Kern, Director, Berkeley Language Center, University of California
      • Fascinating, inspiring work. Students of Innova are very privileged (and talented)! -- Mark Nelson, Asst Professor, NIE
      • I learned about new applications and can see ways that I apply these ideas -- Mrs Robyn Marshall, Deputy Head of Middle School, St Leonard's College Melbourne Australia
      • A very impressive achievement indeed by Innova JC. – Yang Berhormat Pehin Dato Haji Mohammad, Minister of Energy, former Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, Brunei Darussalam
      • Innova JC is by far most advanced (as compared to other schools) in preparing students well for the course in SADM -- Vice Dean of NTU School of Art Design and Media
    • Impact and influence
      • Let me congratulate the Centre of Excellence for the launch of Second Life Educators’ Virtual Campus. I look forward to continued growth and to its important impact on education. – Dr Cheah Horn Mun, Director, ETD
      • Thank you for providing us the opportunity to collaborate with your Centre of Excellence, New Media.  We are grateful for the support of Innova Junior College for our  English Language Oracy Portal.   -- Ang Pow Chew, Deputy Director, CPDD
      • We met at the recent sharing on Innova JC's use of Second Life in the curriculum. I was impressed by the progress made by your team. – Jeffrey Aw, CPDD officer, English Language Oracy Portal
      • At the recent MOE EXcel exhibition, our attention was caught by your college's work in media, especially the Second Life virtual world demonstration. – Dr Lua Eng Keong, Senior Director of Education Programmes, Science Centre, Singapore
    • Impact and influence
      • Some very innovative modes of instructions were shared. Enjoyed mapping of 2 nd Life to GP! – K T Sivakumar, HOD/PW Telok Kurau Sec Sch
      • Well done, one of the best school visits I have ever received! – Francis Yap, HOD/ICT, CHIJ Toa Payoh
      • Gained many ideas that are relevant to my profession. – Lim Chye Ling, SH/Character Development, Kent Ridge Sec
      • It would be interesting if we could see how students are engaged eg, GP 2nd Life experience or DJ broadcasting. -- Ng Bee Sun, HOD/Pupil Welfare, Cedar Girls School
    • Impact and influence
      • Number of schools that have participated in COE sharings: 192
      • Total number of staff in COE sharings: 1557
      • Number of schools involved in collaboration: 347
      • Total number of staff involved in collaboration: 1992
      • Total number of students involved from other schools: 1845 (directly)
      • Total number of students involved from other schools: 38916 (indirectly)
      • Percentage of teachers who strongly agree/agree that they can apply what they have learnt in the various activities organized by the COE: 99.8% (average across 3 years
      • Percentage of students who strongly agree/agree that they can apply what they have learnt in the various activities organized by the COE: 96.1% (average across 3 years)
      Cumulative figures accurate till end 2009
    • Impact and influence Community and Industry / International Partners