Early childhood educators play an important role in exposing thestudents to various topics at a young age and fostering their interest. Want to teach Science in your class but not sure how? Science Centre offers teacher professional development workshops to equip teachers with scientific knowledge and skills to guide students to explore and spark their interest in Science.
These workshops are endorsed by Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA).
*Funding for this course is available under the SkillsConnect System for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents (PRs). For non-Singaporeans and PRs, subsidy is available from ECDA.
To register, please log on to one.ecda.gov.sg.
For enquiries, please contact email@example.com.
DISCOVERY OF THE WORLD THROUGH INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING
Children are natural scientists as they constantly explore the world around them. Using their senses, they discover and develop new ideas about how things work. In this 2-day workshop, learn what you can do in the classroom to facilitate, encourage and guide this exploration. You will also learn the basic approaches of incorporating inquiry into the hands-on activities conducted in the classroom. Come and be amazed!
- Appreciate the need and importance of encouraging curiosity and nurturing an inquiry mind in young children, so as to understand the world around them.
- Understand methods of inquiry-based teaching and learning.
- Be equipped with the knowledge of scientific concepts, and skills to scaffold its learning through inquiry methodologies.
- Develop/design developmentally appropriate hands-on, inquiry-based science activities.
Workshop Cost: $240/pax (w/o GST), $256.80 (with GST)*
|Class Dates for 2019|| Day 1||Day 2 ||Registration Closing Date |
| Class 1|| 11 Apr||25 Apr ||27 Mar |
| Class 2||15 Aug||29 Aug||1 Aug|
Feedback from past participant:
“I totally enjoyed the 2-day workshop! I was very much inspired by you and your team and my interest on Science increased tremendously. The child in me to want to know more seemed to surface again as we walked through the garden and talked about plants and animals.”
Jacqualine (Pre-school teacher who attended the workshop)