Change The World Innovation Camp (10-15 Yrs)

SGD 595



Location: Goodman Arts Centre, Block B, 90 Goodman Rd, Singapore 439053


In 5 days, campers will learn important skills to build a better future – from hard tech skills of coding and robotics, to the 21st century skills of problem-solving and collaboration, through design thinking and entrepreneurship.

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Duration:
5 days; 10am - 5pm every day


Location:
3-7 Dec: The Meeting Point, 73B Ayer Rajah Road [FULL]
17-21 Dec: Goodman Arts Centre, Block B


What it's about:
In this camp, campers will learn to code (either using Scratch 2.0 or MIT App Inventor), build a Lego Mindstorms EV3 robot, use design thinking to come up with solutions, and create a business idea with a team!


Key learning outcomes:



  • Acquire key tech skills - coding and robotics

  • Wow themselves by coming up with a solid business proposal and prototype

  • Hone 21st century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, and communication

  • Gain a better understanding of themselves through strengths finding, and get tips on how to manage stress and maintain a positive outlook


Throughout the week, there will be highs and lows, frustrations and moments of triumph, but new lessons will be learnt, ideas will be tested, limits will be pushed and lives will be changed forever.


What do you get:



  • Exclusive Change the World tee

  • Your own business pitch video

  • Lunch across all days

  • Official certificate 


What do you need to bring:
Laptop


Getting here:
Transportation to the venue can be arranged for a fee. 

21st Century Skills

Hard skills can only take you so far. Which is why we weaved key 21st century skills into all our Mastery courses.

Problem-Solving & Innovation
Campers will create a business pitch
Communication
Campers will need to pitch to "investors"
Collaboration
Campers will work in teams
Resilience
Troubleshooting their prototype

Camp Schedule

Campers will learn to build and code a robot using Lego Mindstorms EV3. They will use sensors to program it to move/ stop and other movements.

Campers will learn to code using Scratch 2.0. They will be creating their own animation depicting an alternate ending of Marvel's Infinity War, and also code their own "Chase the Cheese" game.

They will learn what it means to identify problems, and come up with potential solutions. They will start pitching their ideas and form teams to create a business plan.

Today, they will go through a short session on strengths-finding, and learning how to leverage on them. They will then learn what it means to really build a business, from interviewing people, to planning their marketing strategy.

Fine-tune your proposal, put the finishing touches to your pitch, and pitch to a panel of judges! You'll end the week with lots of fun and laughter, and a better understanding of yourself and the power you have to change the world!

Mastery Projects

Our Mastery courses are jam-packed with cool projects, so that you can see your learnings come to life!

Final Young Founders Pitch

By Day 5, campers will have completed a proposal to solve a problem they want to solve. Their pitch will be recorded and selected ones will be submitted for Young Founders Summit SEA 2018.

Meet Your Instructors

Gary

Gary has spent almost 20 years as an educator, with years spent in student leadership and talent development, as a Head of Department with the Ministry of Education.  Gary has collaborated with SRI International to review their global 21st century curriculum lesson design and teaches STEM education at several preschools and international schools in Singapore.

But don’t worry, the only thing Gary is strict about is his fitness and food. When not teaching, Gary is a serious triathlete and a passionate cook.

Sendy

Sendy has trained children ages 4 and up on coding and robotics, teaching Code For Fun projects in Singapore MOE schools since 2015. He developed the curriculum for Robotics enrichment courses for students at the Learning Horizon Pre-schools, Northlight School and United World College.

Sendy is the Chief Learning Officer at The Enrichment Ark and was the Technology Learning Developer at The Keys Academy. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering (Aeronautical Engineering) from NUS and is a registered MOE instructor.

When not teaching, Sendy is usually gaming. That's how he got interested in coding, in fact!

Ee Ling

Ee Ling is the Founder of Smarter Me and has a decade of experience in investment banking, advising corporates in South East Asia on investments and capital fund-raising at a bulge bracket investment bank. She has been invited to speak at DBS, 938Now, MoneyFM 89.3, General Assembly and has also been featured in The Straits Times and Asian Money Guide, amongst others. An advocate of life-long learning, she has completed the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Program developed by Google, and IDEO.org's Human Centered Design course.

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