Explore SLS Functions
Learn more about what the Singapore Student Learning Space (SLS) can do with the overview of SLS functions below.
Click here for more information on how to navigate the userguide.
Organise: Arrange your teaching and learning materials.
Use SLS to search for and find useful T&L resources for use in your lessons.
Use SLS to notify other teachers and students easily on T&L matters across the system, classes and individual levels.
Use SLS to plan personal and class group events.
Use SLS to organise your personal and class group resources, assignments and notifications.
Use SLS to customise your avatar, UI and user experience based on your needs.
Author: Create meaningful and engaging lessons.
Use SLS to design lesson resources aligned to the e-pedagogical principles.
Use SLS to provide choice for your students in their lessons and activities.
Use SLS to create a game layer in my lesson resource to motivate my students.
Enact: Deliver engaging in-class lessons.
Use SLS to assign lessons to your students for them to complete within a specific time.
Use to enact assigned SLS lessons as part of my synchronous teaching in-class or over Virtual Classrooms.
Use SLS to differentiate lessons and activities for different groups of students.
Use SLS to set learning activities to be done collaboratively by students.
Assess: Monitor student progress and provide feedback.
Use SLS to set up, mark and give feedback on student work.
Use SLS to track and compare student progress within and across lessons and assignments.
Administer: Manage teacher and student access.
Use SLS to publish resources to make it available and discoverable to teachers and students.
Use SLS to manage student usage.
How to navigate the User Guide Pages
- Each user flow is labelled with an alphabet (i.e. A).
- Sequential steps for each user flow will be labelled with a number (i.e. A1).
User flows with steps that are branched out will have an additional number after a comma (i.e. A1,1).
User flows that are made up of non-sequential steps will be labelled with a roman number (i.e. B1,i)
How to follow the User Flow
On some category pages, you may see a flow chart like the one below:
These flow charts indicate the recommended steps to take (i.e. user flows) when a user wishes to perform a particular task. You may follow the arrows or numbering in the flow chart to proceed to the next step.
- A step may branch out to multiple other steps, (i.e. “Add Existing Activities from Resources”, “Add Existing Components from Resources”, “Add Existing Media Objects from Resources”), when there is more than one possible path following the previous step. You may choose from any of them.