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CWSAP 2016 Conference

CWSAP 2016 Conference

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Registration for CWSAP 2016 Conference (Pre-U/Poly/ITE) has ended.

Introduction

The Cyber Wellness Student Ambassador Programme (CWSAP) is a collaboration between the Ministry of Education, Singapore (MOE) and the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) under the auspices of the Inter-Ministry Cyber Wellness Steering Committee (ICSC). It is in partnership with School of Science & Technology, Singapore (for primary schools), Victoria-Cedar Alliance (for secondary schools) and Innova Junior College (for Pre-U / Poly / ITE).

This by students, for students conference provides an extended platform to engage student voice and promote cyber wellness peer advocacy.


The objectives of the CWSAP are:

  • To complement existing cyber wellness education efforts by providing an extended platform for student voice on cyber wellness
  • To engage students in cyber wellness advocacy through discussions on cyber wellness issues and formulation of peer advocacy projects
  • To create opportunities for teachers to network and share good cyber wellness practices and strategies

Nominated student ambassadors should possess these qualities:

  • a keen interest to spread cyber wellness messages among peers;
  • the ability to lead and work in teams and,
  • the ability to communicate well

General Information

CWSAP 2016 Conference (Pre-U/Poly/ITE)

Theme

Play Your Part for a Better Internet

Topic

Cyber Citizenship

Target Audience

  • 10 – 15 students per school from JC Year 1 / CI Year 1 / IP Year 5
  • 10 – 15 students per school from Polytechnic Year 1 or 2
  • 10 – 15 students per school from ITE Year 1
  • Cyber Wellness Coordinator and/or relevant Teacher-in-charge

Date

31 May 2016 (Tuesday)

Time

9.00am to 3.00pm

Venue

Innova Junior College

21 Champions Way, Singapore 737902

Registration

Registration for CWSAP 2016 Conference (Pre-U/Poly/ITE) has ended.


Programme

TIME

PROGRAMME

0830 – 0900

Registration

0900 – 0915

Opening Address by Principal (IJC), Mr Michael De Silva

0915 – 0935

(Sense) Keynote Speech

Mr Aaron Maniam

Director, Industry Division, Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore

0935 – 1030

(Sense-Think) Panel Discussion

Mr Aaron Maniam

Director, Industry Division, Ministry of Trade and Industry of Singapore

Mr Nicholas Aaron Khoo

Co-Founder, Singapore Cybersports and Online Gaming Association

Ms Rebecca Lim

Head, Our Better World Initiative by the Singapore International Foundation

1030 – 1100

Tea Break

1100 – 1230

(Think-Act) Breakout Sessions

Discussion and Idea Generation facilitated by IJC Students

1230 – 1315

Lunch Break

1315 – 1500

(Act) Breakout Sessions

Planning, Video Pledges, and Closing facilitated by IJC Students


Enquiries

For enquiries, please email dl.events@ijc.sg