EDUtech Show & Tell is a collection of stories of educational innovation – for educators, by educators. We will showcase the movers & shakers shaping our classrooms of the future. This is where teachers, lecturers, ed-tech coaches, and administrators share best practices, practical innovations and personal insights on teaching and improving processes with technology. 




Show & Tell Stage 1, Wednesday 8 November 2023

Ronnel Encina
Show & Tell Stage 1

iChemSolve: Chemistry calculator tool

  • Enhancing chemistry problem solving with iChemSolve
  • Leveraging its comprehensive functionality to help students understand the step-by-step process of solving problems
  • Future expansion and learning potential of the tool 
Tram Vu
Show & Tell Stage 1

Powering the future of assessment with effective technology

  • The importance of Assessment for Learning (ASL) in teaching and learning
  • How technology can support AfL with real-time data
  • Effective technology tools for assessment
Benjamin Burgess
Show & Tell Stage 1

Online safeguarding & building digitally resilient communities

  • Identify key issues amongst stakeholders — what are your unique strengths and weaknesses?
  • Building resilience — training, developing relationships, opening lines of communication
  • Cultivating the culture — developing consistency, ensuring quality and continually assessing community needs
Khairina Lubis
Show & Tell Stage 1

Enhanced numeric proficiency with "Literacy Numeracy 10 Minutes"

  • Designing an impactful numeracy literacy program tailored to students' profiles and curriculum requirements
  • Putting the Plan into Action: Effectively implementing the program and conducting regular assessments to ensure progress and adaptability
  • Showcasing exemplary practices for inter-school collaboration
Hidayatur Rahman Romadhona
Show & Tell Stage 1

Nurturing citizen developers through no-code app development

  • Development of no-code apps
  • Demo slam: creating apps
  • Success stories and use cases
Rudi Nofindra
Show & Tell Stage 1

Teacher training and evaluation

  • Adapting Kirkpatrick's Four-Level Model of Training Criteria for evaluating teacher training programs
  • Designing an integrated teaching factory model for a digital marketing curriculum
  • Gain insights into remote education dynamics
Rutdiana Anggodo
Show & Tell Stage 1

School as a storyteller

  • Understanding the power of storytelling
  • Utilising social media for school promotion
  • Best practices for effective school storytelling
John Twemlow
Show & Tell Stage 1

Making the most of OneNote in the classroom

  • A showcase of the different ways to use OneNote in an engaging way in the classroom for secondary students
  • Using OneNote for assessment and feedback, and integrating it into any classroom regardless of subject
  • Key features of OneNote will be identified to allow teachers to 'work smarter, not harder'
Arifah Suryaningsih
Show & Tell Stage 1

Crafting a model to foster literacy excellence in vocational school students

  • Tailored literacy management model for vocational students
  • Analysing literacy skill outcomes
  • Optimisation and wider applicability of the model
Ma. Lilibeth Calsas
Show & Tell Stage 1

External learning trips and their impact on the learner's social and academic performance

  • Outdoor learning is experiential in nature. Learners express their ideas better when they've experienced a task first-hand.
  • Outdoor learning offers more opportunities for learners to work with their peers/classmates in a more natural way.
  • Outdoor learning encourages inclusivity among learners. It also improves the relationship between the learners and their environment.
Edwin Ong
Show & Tell Stage 1

Writers on the Web (Google Classroom)

  • How to use Google Classroom for collaborative work during writing lessons
  • Using Google Classroom for facilitating peer-peer and teacher-student feedback during writing lessons
  • Using Google Classroom for differentiated instruction during writing lessons
Leng Leng Yeo
Show & Tell Stage 1

Mastering Language Skills: Blended learning and application for proficiency

  • Blended Learning is the integration of home-based learning (HBL) as a regular feature of the schooling experience in Singapore. In my case as a Chinese Language Teacher, I have to plan the learning activities in the odd week for students to learn offline and online. The challenge is to create a seamless learning experience in teaching and learning the language.
  • Applying language skills learned allows the learners to put their knowledge to practical use. And through collaborative work, learners can benefit from the diverse perspectives, experiences and linguistic abilities of their peers.
  • Through a five-week planning of HBL, students will learn offline and online the required language skills, and apply them in their collaborative work assignments. A survey was conducted to find out their learning experience with edtech tools in this blended approach to language learning.
Desy Setiowati
Show & Tell Stage 1

The Digital Age is Here: Are you ready to ride the wave of change?

  • Change not just the technique but also your mindset — when it comes to digital transformation, it's not just about adopting new technologies or tools, it's about changing the mindset and culture of the organization to embrace digital innovation.
  • Many teachers know how to use technology but not how to integrate it into the curriculum or learning processes.
  • The digital age is not just about technology, but also about how technology can be used to solve complex problems and address societal challenges. It is important to approach the digital age from a holistic perspective.
Evgenii Permiakov
Show & Tell Stage 1

Esports in K-12

  • How can K-12 institutions and their learning programs respond to the cultural phenomenon of esports?
  • What are the effects of esports integration into K-12 settings?
  • What are the best practices for integrating esports into the school program?
Panel discussion
Show & Tell Stage 1

The link between high achievement and student physical and emotional wellbeing

  • A good school excels academically but a great school understands the link between student success and physical and emotional well-being.
  • Using student data to develop innovative school well-being programs.
  • Any school can run these innovative well-being programs that can improve student achievement.
Pradeesh Maroli
Show & Tell Stage 1

Forces in Action: Create an AR playground in Reality Composer

  • How to create 3D shapes in Reality Composer.
  • How to create a field of dominos and apply the properties of Physics — shape, material, and looks.
  • How to demonstrate concepts like Potential and Kinetic Energy transfer using Reality Composer.
Lillian Lam
Show & Tell Stage 1

DISCOvering TECHnology with DiscoTECH Staff PD

  • How do we elevate the status of edtech and digital learning whilst raising morale and celebrating best practices in post-COVID Singapore?
  • Enter DiscoTECH, an idea from Detroit Digital Justice Coalition, to share ideas with the community. 
  • What next? Would an idea like this help your school community? How might this look in your school?
Shianne Dancee Corpuz
Show & Tell Stage 1

Using QR codes for GAD IEC multi-media contents through Google Drive storage and sharing

  • As mobile learning becomes more prevalent, we must find effective ways to leverage mobile tools in facilitating the transfer of knowledge.
  • The Quick Response (QR) code — a digital image or a barcode that takes you to a particular destination when scanned — is a tool that promotes active learning. 
  • QR codes increase the accessibility to Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) materials. 
Yijie Liu
Show & Tell Stage 1

Gamify your classroom

  • What is gamified learning?
  • What it isn't
  • Lesson design: making it work
Veranika M.PD
Show & Tell Stage 1

Implementing technology in English class

  • Coding for creative language learning
  • Case study: Robot-assisted learning
  • How IoT can enhance English learning
Joh Liang Hee
Show & Tell Stage 1

Teaching English adopting the Multi-literacy Framework using immersive AI tools

  • In a multimodal world, we need to teach 2 new skills: critical viewing and representing.
  • Using the latest ChatGPT and Midjourney, we create an immersive English lesson.
  • Teach the metalanguage of language learning.
Sie Kee Lau
Show & Tell Stage 1

Infrastructure setup for a 1-to-1 Apple program in schools

  • How to make sure the network infrastructure is ready
  • How to make sure the classroom infrastructure is ready
  • How to use Mobile Device Management (MDM) to manage devices
Avis Parker
Show & Tell Stage 1

Using benchmark tests to support learners and develop learning pathways

  • Benchmark tests indicate English proficiency and aptitude.
  • This feeds into a number of pathways at the school.
  • These pathways are bespoke to maximise the opportunities for students to succeed at IGCSE/ A level.
Jasmansyah M.Pd
Show & Tell Stage 1

Enhancing Critical Thinking: Problem-Based Learning in English language education

  • Enhancing critical thinking proficiency
  • Facilitating contextual language acquisition
  • Promoting collaborative problem-solving skills
last published: 21/Sep/23 05:05


Show & Tell Stage 1, Thursday 9 November 2023

Rachel Serong
Show & Tell Stage 1

Empowering Students with Learning Differences: Our journey to creating a culture of transparency and self-advocacy

  • Strategies for building a culture of transparency and self-advocacy within a school community, including empowering students, teachers, and families to seek help and support.
  • Real-life examples of how a focus on transparency and self-advocacy has transformed the culture of our school, making it acceptable to seek help and assistance.
  • Inspiration to continue the journey of empowering students with learning differences, and the confidence to implement similar strategies in their own school communities.
Alex Lim
Show & Tell Stage 1

Usage of summative assessment to personalise feedback for learning

  • Rethinking the role of summative assessment in promoting learning through targeted feedback
  • Scalability of the tool across various disciplines
  • Encouraging feedback received from students and parents on the effectiveness of personalized feedback
Valerie Tan
Show & Tell Stage 1

From Classrooms to Clicks: Discover the power of empowering classroom culture in collaborative online learning

  • The why behind creating an empowering classroom culture using brain research
  • The significance of student voice, choice and agency in their learning journey
  • Practical strategies that educators can use to create an empowering classroom culture that allows learning to thrive in an online learning environment
Dan Hartig
Show & Tell Stage 1

Music technology in the primary classroom

  • The connections between music technology and math/science curriculum
  • Music tech as a form of self-expression
  • The role of music technology in a "post-pandemic," in-person classroom
Li Zhen Quah
Show & Tell Stage 1

Use of Peardeck for engagement and assessment for learning

  • Peardeck enables every student in the class to have a voice and achieve 100% participation level; it's good for peer and self-assessment too.
  • How to use Google Slides to easily prepare lesson slides and allow impromptu questions within the lesson (without any prior planning). 
  • Peardeck allows for an audio recording of lessons and lessons can be changed into student-pace for self-directed learning at home or when the teacher is on leave, lessons can still be carried out.
Micah Joy Mitra
Show & Tell Stage 1

Mindfulness: Teaching digital safety in the online world

  • Nowadays, AI and the virtual world are browsed freely by youth. How can we guide the young generation into becoming mindful of what they think and click?
  • How to teach digital citizenship
  • How to teach digital footprint in a way that students consider the benefits and risks of online sharing, and explore how a digital persona can affect one's sense of self, reputation, and relationships
Jeremy Cruz
Show & Tell Stage 1

It is all about affection

  • Learners with disabilities will perform better and be empowered if they are provided with appropriate, responsive, and inclusive learning opportunities aided by affectionate teachers and purposeful technology.
  • Affection is compassion that allows teachers to see and feel their learners’ struggles, sufferings, and pains. Compassion is understanding the individual stories of learners under their care, accepting them, and proving to the children that their misfortunes are valuable stories to be heard by others so they, too, can learn from them.
  • To realize our dreams for all learners with disabilities, we must share them with all the community members and collaborate with them.
Panel discussion
Show & Tell Stage 1

Empowering students’ learning through the use of Google Sites

  • The Self-Initiated Learning (SIL) with Google Sites project is a whole-school approach for students to engage in self-directed learning. This platform encourages students to take charge of their own learning and share their progress and achievement with their peers and form teachers.
  • Personalised Google Sites help to build positive teacher-student relationships as teachers are able to access students’ interests and passions beyond the classroom.
  • Google Sites enable sustainability and continuation in learning as the individual Google Sites can be passed down from year to year even when the students change classes. Students can also use their SIL e-Portfolio as part of their achievement for the Early Admission Exercise (EAE) application in their graduating year.
Lisa Miller
Show & Tell Stage 1

Junior school continuous reporting in a growth model

  • A model that promotes student agency by awarding goals and achievements in an LMS based on evidence and research
  • Providing feedback using evidence of students' work attached to achievement badges
  • Focusing on skill development in Primary Education for assessment and tracking growth over time
Muhammad Arshad Jumah
Show & Tell Stage 1

Assessing students' learning with ICT tools

  • How can tech tools be harnessed to close students' learning gaps? 
  • How Kahoot! has been a game changer for my classes and increased student motivation 
  • How I used Google Forms to make quizzes that help me assess my students' learning regularly
Antony Rappai
Show & Tell Stage 1

Integrated school systems

  • How does one integrate school systems?
  • How can we leverage low-cost tech tools to help build internal tools?
  • Let's redefine what a Student Information System (SIS) is or what a Management Information System (MIS) is. 
Gusman Adi
Show & Tell Stage 1

Cybersecurity best practices

  • How can we secure our data as users?
  • How can parents secure their children's data?
  • How can IT Managers secure their institution's data?
Soofrina Mubarak
Show & Tell Stage 1

Differentiated instruction in the digital age

  • Defining differentiated instruction and its relevance in contemporary education
  • Unveiling specific technology-driven strategies for adapting content, process, and product based on students' readiness, interests, and learning profiles
  • Demonstrating how technology facilitates analysis for informed teaching decisions and effective student support / intervention
Sidney Sutton
Show & Tell Stage 1

Create Machine Learning project with Apple Xcode

 (Macbook/iMac Only - Not Available for iPad)

  • Learn how to make a simple image classifier
  • Get started with Machine Learning in a fun, accessible way
  • Introduce Machine Learning into your app designs
Priyanka Shivrain
Show & Tell Stage 1

AI for teachers

  • How to make lesson plans and identify objectives of teaching using AI
  • How to minimise time and workload by delegating to AI, so you have more time to focus on what is important
  • Email communication made easy using AI
Abygail Magbag
Show & Tell Stage 1

High Touch Over High Tech: Aligning teaching strategies with digital classroom realities and needs

  • There is a disconnect between teachers' expectations and classroom reality.
  • There is also a disconnect between learners' expectations and reality in the classroom.
  • Because of these disparities, there is a seemingly huge disconnect between teachers’ expectations and learners’ expectations.
Steven Sutantro
Show & Tell Stage 1

Bring the power of VR, AR, and AI to your school

  • Take your students anywhere with VR
  • Bring learning to life with AR
  • Explore the future of learning with AI
Goutham Kumar
Show & Tell Stage 1

The Team4Tech Story: Impacting 100,000 learners in 24 countries through technology

  • Bridging the digital equity gap via the power of technology to ignite learning
  • The community of practice
  • Stories of impact and the way ahead
Santi Kusuma Dewi
Show & Tell Stage 1

Improving students' writing skill through ChatGPT

  • Automated feedback: AI can provide instant feedback on grammar, spelling, and syntax. This can help students identify and correct mistakes in their writing, allowing them to improve their skills more quickly.
  • Personalized writing prompts: AI can generate personalized writing prompts based on a student's interests or level of writing ability. This can help students develop their writing skills in a way that is engaging and relevant to their own interests.
  • Writing analysis: AI can analyze a student's writing to identify patterns and trends, such as common mistakes or areas where they may struggle. This can help teachers provide more targeted feedback and support to help students improve their writing.
Shumita Van Rijswijk
Show & Tell Stage 1

How HELP leverages robotics and arduino/microbits in order to drive the coding programme in primary and secondary

  • Utilising robotics helps teachers and students understand the applications of coding.
  • We use block coding robotics in the primary year groups.
  • We use microbits and arduino in secondary to help them understand the entire product creation cycle.
James Wright
Show & Tell Stage 1

Using micro-credentials to gamify learning and evidence progress

  • Micro-credentials have existed for some time, but are only just becoming more common in education settings.
  • By carefully curating a micro-credential pathway, educators can design personalised learning for students that compliments both hybrid and conventional delivery methods.
  • When carefully designed, micro-credentials also allow schools to see student progress and curriculum alignment.
Roshni Sabarinath
Show & Tell Stage 1

Harnessing ChatGPT in computer science lessons

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) is here to stay, and the sooner we learn to leverage its potential, the better it is for us as educators to evolve, rethink and redesign the way we teach. 
  • ChatGPT can be harnessed to help students learn coding and computational thinking skills.
  • Novice programmers of today will be the drivers of formidable technological advancement tomorrow, so it is crucial that there is adequate exposure to powerful AI tools such as ChatGPT within the classroom and to create a safe environment where young learners can openly discuss such powerful human creations so that understanding the ethical and unethical use of knowledge will occur through enculturation rather than formal training.
last published: 21/Sep/23 05:05



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