On 18 May 2018, our Secondary 1 students went on a Science Learning Journey to the Singapore Science Centre. This was part of the Project One initiative aimed at developing students holistically in the Aesthetic, Physical, Socio-Emotional, Moral and Cognitive areas.
The purpose of the journey was to develop process skills and apply them to scientific concepts on the importance of conserving energy and using renewable sources of energy, as well as to recognise the dangers of climate change and how to reduce their global footprints on an individual level.
Students were given opportunities to apply thinking skills to carry out an experiment, as well as time to explore the exhibits at the Climate Change exhibition and watch an interactive show on climate change at the gallery. They also developed their skills in team work when tasked to do the experiments in groups of 4 or 5 students.
The journey was educational, enlightening and entertaining for all!