Applied Learning Programme (ALP)
At ripplecreate, we work closely with schools to curate and implement Applied Learning Programmes in the areas of STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering and Technology). Applied Learning is an approach that emphasises authentic and practice-oriented learning experiences. It provides ample opportunities for students to acquire skills and qualities based on the practical application of knowledge in real-world contexts, whilst emphasizing on developing 21st century competencies and values in the students.
Some of the STEM related Applied Learning Programmes
- Applied Science
- Digital Media
- Engineering & Robotics
- Environmental Science & Sustainable Living
- Health Science & Health Care Technology
- ICT & Programming
ripplecreate is proud to be an appointed training vendor of the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) for the Code For Fun program, ICM Learning Roadmap and Digital Maker Programme.
IMDA Code for Fun (CFF)
Code for Fun Enrichment Programme (done jointly by IMDA and MOE) is offered to all MOE primary and secondary schools to increase students’ exposure to coding and computational thinking.
ripplecreate is appointed by Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) as the official vendor for the Code For Fun programme. We are offering both block-based and syntax-based programming for the Robotics and Microcontroller track. These courses are subisdised by up to 70% by IMDA, upon fulfilment of terms and conditions.
IMDA ICM Learning Roadmap
ripplecreate is proud to be appointed by the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) to be an Infocomm Clubs Appointed Vendor (ICAV), to conduct ICT Learning Roadmap courses.
The IMDA ICT Learning Roadmap, also known as ICM Learning Roadmap, has been developed as a guide in structuring progressive ICT training in various ICT domains. It will be helpful for all teachers-in-charge running Infocomm Clubs and for interested students who aspire towards particular roles in ICT.
To help schools expose their students to the areas under the ICM Learning Roadmap, training will be provided by IMDA for Infocomm Clubs (100% subsidised by IMDA, maximum 2 courses per academic year).
Below is the full suite of Infocomm Clubs Appointed Courses we conduct:
- Web Developer Jr
- Roboticist Jr
- Game Developer Jr
- Ethical Hacker Jr
- Digital Forensics Jr
- App Developer Jr
- Maker Jr
- Business Analyst Jr
IMDA Digital Maker Programme (DMP)
As part of IMDA’s move to nurture a new generation of digital natives with a passion to create with technology, ripplecreate is proud to be a partner in its outreach to schools and community groups.
The Digital Maker Programme for schools will provide all interested primary and secondary schools with FREE BBC micro:bits for up to one level cohort of students when they sign up for the programme.
Schools can decide which level they would like to introduce the Micro:bit to (e.g. for a specific level or rotate across levels each term) and how they may want to use it (e.g. for their Design & Technology lessons or Applied Learning programmes).
Customized Workshops/Post-Exam activities/ICT and Robotics CCA Club activities
If you are looking for ad-hoc customized workshops or training sessions for your students or teachers’ professional development, we conduct specialized training sessions including but not limited to drones, robotics, micro-controllers (arduino and micro:bit), cyber-security, game development, web design and coding. Please contact us at 6255 5622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For international schools:
We have the expertise and experience to develop a full-scale tech-based learning course for international schools looking to incorporate it into their mainstay curriculum. If you are looking for ad-hoc customized workshops or training sessions for your students or teachers’ professional development, we also conduct specialized training sessions including but not limited to drones, robotics, micro-controllers (arduino and micro:bit), cyber-security, game development, web design and coding. Please contact us at 6255 5622 or email email@example.com.
ripplecreate has brought the wonders of technology and joys of learning to code to many young ones through our preschool-friendly programmes.
Young learners enjoy inquiry-based and experiential games while picking up basic coding principles and computational thinking skills through both plugged and unplugged activities. With a considered and balanced approach to use of screen-time, pre-schoolers get to learn in a safe and healthy environment,
If you are a preschool educator looking for exciting ways to teach little tots about the future of technology or introduce coding to your preschool education programme, get in touch with us.
Looking for fun and experiential programs, courses and activities in the area of future skills and coding? Planning for team bonding and continual learning activities to benefit your colleagues and staff? Interested in organising parent and child bonding/learning events?
At ripplecreate, we have successfully completed many corporate training and team bonding events for numerous organisations and corporations. Our programs require zero coding or technical knowledge, where we carefully plan and curate fun and real life relevant projects. Our experiential activities include building a fitness fit-bit, to more intriguing projects like flying drones, programming games and home automation devices (IoT).
We have a wide repertoire of courses and activities to suit every requirement, in terms of duration, level of challenge and number of participants. We are also an IMDA authorized partner in the Digital Maker Programme, in which IMDA funds free learning courses. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation.
Some of the activities we have organised for various organisations include:
“World of Coding with Dad” – Catholic High School Dads for Life
Robotic Enrichment Program – Rosyth School Parent Support Group
Lunchtime coding session at State Courts
Digital Maker Workshop at Tampines Changkat Community Centre – People’s Association
Digital Maker Workshop at SiTF (now SGTech)
Digital Maker Workshop at Caregiver Asia
Digital Maker Workshop at raiSE (The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise)