The Singapore STEM Eco Challenge 2015 is a partnership project between Science Centre Singapore, Hydroinformatics Society (Singapore), Serious Games Association Singapore and UNEP-DHI Partnership Centre on Water and Environment. STEM Inc co-organised the challenge by facilitating the playing of the online serious game and monitoring the participation rate. Through STEM Inc’s presence in schools offering the STEM Applied Learning Programme (ALP), 200 teams from 22 schools participated in the 2015 challenge.
The Singapore STEM Eco Challenge 2015 held at Suntec Conventions and Exhibitions Centre in February 2015.
The national-level competition was held at the Suntec Conventions and Exhibitions Centre on 28 February 2015. Top winners from Singapore flew to South Korea and compete in the UNEP-DHI Asian Eco Challenge Finals on 13 April 2015. In celebration of SG50, the backdrop of the 2015 game simulated real life scenarios based on Singapore’s water issues over past decades. Students thus assumed the roles of Singapore’s city planners. Through the game, they learnt about national building, water and natural resource management.
The 2015 game simulated Singapore’s water issues over decades and students learnt about national building, water and natural resource management.