iK.21 Project: Collaboration between MOE, IDA, and CommonTown
The iK.21 Project is a collaboration between MOE, IDA, and CommonTown. iK.21 integrates the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to develop classrooms that enhance the learning experiences and environment of preschool children. The project helps young children to be Infocomm-ready, and prevents them from being left behind when they progress to the next phase of their education.
Through the iK.21 project, many common difficulties that preschool teachers face came to light, and Qoqolo was created as a solution to address these problems by increasing productivity of preschool teachers, and strengthening parent-teacher communication. A total of 11 PAP Community Foundation (PCF) centres benefitted in this pilot project.