Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/22667
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Physical education
Information and communication technologies
Teacher attitudes
Demographic differences
Physical education teachers
Issue Date: 
2020
Publisher: 
Office of Education Research, National Institute of Education, Singapore
Citation: 
Koh, K. T., Kee, Y. H., Chow, J. Y., & Camiré, M. (2020). The use of information communication and technologies tools to maximise students' learning in physical education in Singapore schools (Report No. OER 15/16 KKT). National Institute of Education (Singapore), Office of Education Research.
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With the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) focus on using ICT in resourceful and innovative ways to improve teaching and learning (MOE, 2014), PE teachers should be trained and equipped with strategies to create environments where students are given more autonomy to decide ‘what’ to learn and ‘how’ to learn, according to students’ ability to use Information Communication and Technologies (ICT). For example, making available e-learning materials related to the lesson before and after the class affords students opportunities to learn more readily on their own than when these materials are absent. Using video recording to provide visual and verbal feedback from the teacher or among peers for skill performance during a lesson is just one of many ways ICT can be used to maximise students’ learning and develop the affective, psychomotor, and cognitive domains set out in the PE syllabus. The advantages of providing students with opportunities to harness ICT can be directly beneficial for skills acquisition and indirectly for honing life skills.
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Project number: 
OER 15/16 KKT
Grant ID: 
Education Research Funding Programme (ERFP)
Funding Agency: 
Ministry of Education, Singapore
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