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PDLP INFO

Personal Digital Learning Device Information

Resource for Parents

General information for Parents regarding their child's/ward's PDLPs


PDLP - Student Device Information Kit

Device Management Application (DMA)

In rolling out Personal Learning Devices (PLDs) for students, MOE is acutely aware of concerns regarding students’ cyber-wellness. The DMA allows the school and parents to manage this, by

  • collecting data on usage by the student, such as the amount of time spent on each application,

  • monitoring, filtering, and limiting the type of websites accessible to the student, and

  • placing restrictions on students’ screen time in order to prevent cyber addiction.


Default

Option A

Option B

MOE/school DMA setting will continue after school hours

Parents can determine DMA settings after school hours

Parents can choose to disable DMA after school hours

For parents who want their child to be restricted only to teaching and learning, and prefer to leave it to the school / MOE to decide on the DMA settings both during school and after school hoursFor parents who want more leeway over the use of the device, and want to take charge of the level of restrictions for their child's use of the device after school hours.For parents who do not want their child's use of the device to be regulated by DMA after school.
School Hours: 7.30 - 16.00
After School Hours: 16.00 - 22.30 
School Hours: 7.30 - 16.00
After School Hours: 
Parents Determine  
School Hours: 7.30 - 16.00
After School Hours: No DMA  

DMA Parent Guide for Default Option Chrome Devices

DMA Parent Guide for Option A Chrome Devices

DMA Parent Guide for Option B Chrome Devices

For parents who would like to amend your after-school DMA option, you can do so using this form.sg. Please note that changes will only take effect at the end of the month.

Parent Handbook I

Quick guides with information on National Digital Literacy Programme, and parenting tips on how to help your child learn with PLD

1-to-1 Learning 

Parent Handbook II

Overview of DMA, and more parenting tips on how to help your child learn with PLD. Learning with a Personal Learning Device