Join us for scheduled STEM workshops throughout the year, free of charge!
  • Primary STEM Workshops 2022

    Register here for the Primary STEM workshops!

    13 May (Friday)

    Computational Thinking 101

    Introduction to the fundamentals of Computational Thinking (CT). This workshop gives an overview of what CT is and how it is used in our daily life. It will also provide participants insights on how CT can be incorporated into the STEM ALP.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 5.00pm

     

    18 May (Wednesday)

    Game Design

    The workshop aims to provide additional examples of game design and development that incorporates STEM elements while encouraging creativity, innovation and interest in STEM. Schools would also be provided the opportunity to clarify and receive feedback on their existing STEM ALPs.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 4.30pm

     

    7 July (Thursday)

    Design Innovation

    Introduction to Design Thinking and how it can be applied to ALP.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 22 June

     

    15 July (Friday)

    Driverless Cars

    This workshop aims to develop teachers' competency and confidence in designing lessons on driverless cars. Besides addressing common technical issues, participants will be guided through lesson activities to program a robot to simulate some functions of driverless cars.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at Science Centre.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 30 June

     

    17 August (Wednesday)

    Fun with Material Science 2.0

    This workshop aims to introduce new areas of material science. Teachers would be able to adapt the hands-on experiments learnt from the worksohp to be used in class.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at Nanyang Polytechnic.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 5.30pm

    Registration closing date: 2 August

     

    18 August (Thursday)

    Tinkering in STEM ALP - Cultivating joy of learning and creative solutioning to address real-world problems in sustainability

    Introduction to Tinkering - an explorative, engaging and hands-on learning approach that educators may use to cultivate the joy of learning and develop desired mindsets as well as dispositions. Participants will have opportunities to explore and apply the knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems in the context of sustainability. This workshop may be modified to suit educators teaching primary school STEM ALP.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 3 August

     

    8 September (Thursday)

    Exploring 3D CAD & Fabrication for Health Applications

    In this workshop, participants will explore the features and functions of Tinkercad. It is known for its simple interface and ease of use. It is a popular platform for creating models for 3D printing.

    There will be guided activities (different activities from last year) to create simple 3D designs for applications in health. Participants would also be taught how to get their design to be 3D printed and what the considerations are when 3D printing an item.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at Science Centre's Digital Fabrication Space.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 4.30pm

    Registration closing date: 24 August

  • Secondary STEM Workshops 2022

    Register here for the Secondary STEM workshops!

    27 April (Wednesday)

    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

    (Re-run of workshop in 2021)

    A workshop which introduces the basic concepts of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and computer vision (CV). Participants will be involved in several virtual hands-on activities that are tiered and scaffolded to learn about AI, ML and CV. This workshop is recommended for schools in the Emerging Technologies CoP.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 5.30pm

    Registration closing date: 13 April

     

    13 May (Friday)

    Fundamentals of Computational Thinking

    (Re-run of workshop in 2021)

    A workshop that introduces the fundamentals of Computational Thinking (CT), providing an overview of what CT is and how it is applied in our daily lives. Participants will gain insights on how CT can be incorporated in their STEM ALP. This workshop is recommended for all teachers who are interested to learn more about CT.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 28 April

     

    31 May (Tuesday)

    Tinkering in STEM ALP - Cultivating joy of learning and creative solutioning to address real-world problems in sustainability

    A workshop that introduces participants to tinkering - an explorative, engaging and hands-on learning approach that educators may use to cultivate joy of learning. Participants will have opportunities to explore and apply the knowledge and skills to solve real-world problems in the context of sustainability. This workshop is recommended for schools in the Sustainability CoP.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at Science Centre's Tinkering Studio.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 4.30pm

    Registration closing date: 16 May

     

    20 June (Monday)

    Autonomous Vehicle Fundamentals 101

    (Re-run of workshop in 2021)

    A workshop organised in collaboration with ITE West for participants to learn more about artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applied in autonomous vehicles. Participants will also be introduced to pedagogical approaches to develop STEM-related skills using simple block programming to control an AI car. This workshop is recommended for schools in the Future of Transportation CoP.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at ITE West.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 3 June

     

    7 July (Thursday)

    Design Innovation

    (Re-run of workshop in 2021)

    A workshop organised by SUTD to equip teachers with skills and strategies to teach design thinking to students in the context of their contextual themes.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 22 June

     

    8 July (Friday)

    City Greening

    A workshop to understand the components of hydroponic and aeroponic systems, and how to plan and customise one. There will be hands-on activities for participants to build a single hydroponic unit that can be scaled in the future. This workshop is recommended for schools in the Cities and Urban Landscapes CoP, or for any other school exploring options in City Greening or Urban Farming.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at Science Centre's Digital Fabrication Space.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 5.30pm

    Registration closing date: 23 June

     

    27 October (Thursday)

    Computational Thinking (Intermediate)

    A workshop where an expert in the field of Computational Thinking (CT) will share more in-depth considerations on CT. Participants would be involved in discussions on the applications and incorporation of CT in their existing STEM ALP and how they could explicitly communicate CT to their students in their lessons. This workshop is recommended for teachers who are interested to deepen their understanding of CT.

    This workshop is conducted online.

    Timing: 2.30pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 12 October

     

    1 November (Tuesday)

    Autonomous Vehicle Intermediate 102

    A workshop organised in collaboration with ITE West for participants to build upon their learning in the Autonomous Vehicle Fundamentals 101. Participants will learn more about the application of different autonomous vehicles, through Google's Teachable Machine. This workshop is recommended for schools in the Future of Transporation CoP.

    This workshop is conducted onsite at ITE West.

    Timing: 2.00pm - 5.00pm

    Registration closing date: 17 October

     

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