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About NCAC


1. Categories for the Challenge

There are 2 categories for participation for Primary Schools / Secondary / Post-Secondary Institutions:
      • Enrichment Module
      • Advocacy Module

2. Theme for the 2021 Challenge

The theme for this year’s challenge is “Fake News: Spot It, Evaluate It, Remove It!

 Through this Challenge, we hope to achieve the following objectives:
(a)  To reach out to parents with the voices of children and youths, and
(b)  To empower youth advocates and impart Cyber Wellness principles and values.

3. Phases in the Enrichment Module


Preparation Stage

  • Schools are to plan for a one-hour time slot to go through the package in their own school (e.g. the lesson package may be carried out as a Post-Midyear/Year-End Exam Activity).
  • Schools will access the lesson package on a webpage and go through the lesson package beforehand. Schools will conduct the one-hour lesson package on their own. There will be materials for dissemination which schools may choose to print or distribute digitally.


Conduct of Lesson Package

  • The teacher will access the web page and conduct the one-hour lesson package in a pre-determined format by the school.
  • Suggested sequence of NCAC activities, using the lesson package:

10 minVideo Introduction
10 min Online experiential learning activity 
15 minParticipants complete a survey
25 minSet up a collaborative Padlet to contribute tips and ideas to find the best way forward for the cyber wellness issue 


Submission of Evidence

  • Participating schools will submit a Padlet link, photographic evidence and an MS Excel file containing the list of names (in full) of the student participants.
  • All participants will be issued an e-Certificate upon verification of the submission.

4. Phases in the Advocacy Module


Cyber Wellness Training Camp

  • Teams are required to send up to two representatives to attend the Training Camp
  • During the Training Camp, team representatives will attend a seminar on pertinent Cyber Wellness issues and content from the experts and consultants in the Cyber Wellness field


Presentation-cum-Consultation on Advocacy Toolkit & Outreach Project Plan

  • After attending the NCAC training camp, all teams will be required to start working on the following deliverable for the Challenge:
      • Advocacy Toolkit (Physical/Digital)
  • Each team will be scheduled for a Presentation-cum-Consultation session to meet the experts and consultants in the field for feedback and comments on their advocacy toolkit and outreach project, for further refinements to be made by the teams. Teams will be notified about their allocated slots for the session via email in due course.
  • All teams must prepare at least one physical or digital toolkit for the Presentation-cum-Consultation session.
  • Subsequent consultations and clarifications with the experts and consultants will be conducted via email.
  • Judges will score each team based on the advocacy toolkit and outreach project plan.


Advocacy and Outreach

  • From July to September, the teams will execute their Outreach Project Plan using their Advocacy Toolkit.
  • Teams will be required to submit their Final Report (deliverables as stated by the judging panel). 

Final Tally and Prize Presentation 

  • Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards will be awarded to the qualifying teams from each category based on the scores in the following areas:

Component CriteriaWeighting 
Advocacy Toolkit Feasibility20%
 Outreach Project Plan   Feasibility 20%
 Creativity 20%
 Final Report Relevance 20%

GoldAt least 80%
SilverAt least 65%
 Bronze At least 50%