ripplecreate pursues a holistic technology-learning pedagogy, emphasizing the soft skills which will equip your child with the knowledge, mindset, skills, and creativity to succeed in the 21st century and beyond.
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We desire our children to make an impact in the digital economy, therefore, our curriculum is built around the development of design thinking. More than just the aesthetics, design thinking is rooted in empathy which is a powerful drive for our children to address the problem through purposeful ideation, creative innovation and continuous evaluation of their projects.
Computational thinking is the foundation of complex problem solving which every child needs in the digital economy. It involves the process of decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, and algorithmic design. To achieve this, we encourage children to tinker, debug, create, evaluate and collaborate in our curriculum.
Children of the digital world need more than just the skillset of coding and programming. We believe that to thrive in the digital economy, children must be equipped with the understanding and ability to navigate through internet safety, online privacy and security, cyberbullying, digital reputation, information literacy and creative credit & copyright.
Children learn most effectively when the pace of learning and the instructional approach are optimized for their needs. Following this belief, our curriculum is personalised to ensure that learning needs are addressed and activities are appropriately challenging.
Children learn best when they are given the opportunity to explore their interests. Given this, our curriculum follows an inquiry-based learning approach where children can investigate their own interests, giving them opportunity for creative expression and autonomy.
Children learn best when they are active participants of their own learning. Beyond the fun-filled hands-on activities however, we extend children’s learning by encouraging them to share, reflect and apply concepts learnt to real-life challenges.