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Project Work

Members


Mr Roy Cher Liew Chun (I/C)
Ms Nur Hafizah Mohammad Yunos (2 I/C)
Mr Wee Khim Leng
Mdm Clare Low
Ms Wong Wei Leen

Overview


This year, Secondary 2EN students were given the opportunity to make a difference to their environment through Project Work. The theme of Project Work , ‘Sustaining Our Singapore’, invited students to brainstorm on ideas and solutions to conserve the limited resources that Singapore has, through the Problem-Based Learning Process. Lessons on conservation through the lenses of different subjects were conducted, highlighting the multi-disciplinary nature of Project Work. This allowed students to explore the inter-relationships and inter-connectedness of these subject-specific knowledge, while synthesizing their learning to apply on a selected problem. Tapping on the strengths and talents of each student, Project Work also aims to provide students with the platform to be a self-directed learner, apply creative and critical thinking skills, and foster strong collaborative learning skills. The outcomes of Project Work were achieved as students came up with innovative proposals while others designed and constructed their own waterborne communities, as a solution to land-based urbanization. 

The project work curriculum is also differentiated to meet the needs of each stream. For the Secondary Two Express, the end product would be a project proposal and group presentation. While on the other hand, the Secondary Two Normal Academic and Normal Technical students, would be required to produce a model related to the project.

Teachers undergoing datalogger training.jpg

Teachers undergoing datalogger training
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Fostering collaborative learning through team-building games 
Applying communication skills through interviews with residents.jpg

Applying communication skills through interviews with residents 
Learning journey to NEWater centre to understand more of Singapore’s conservation practices.png

Learning journey to NEWater centre to understand more of Singapore’s conservation practices 
Young architects designing and crafting models.jpg

Young architects designing and crafting models 
A creative sketch of a waterborne community.jpg

A creative sketch of a waterborne community 
A final product featuring a simulated waterborne community.jpg

A final product featuring a simulated waterborne community