Themed, “Learning without boundaries with STEM: Engaging in Exploration”, STEM Conference 2020 will draw over 500 educators and professionals from the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Join them online and drive inspiring conversations and breakthrough discoveries on STEM education and outreach.
“The emergence of the global pandemic has further cemented the need to promote STEM education and careers amongst the next generation of thinkers, innovators and leaders. So many of our real-world problems, challenges and solutions are deeply rooted in STEM. However, in order for us to teach effectively, we must first be educated ourselves.” Assoc Prof Lim Tit Meng, Chief Executive, Science Centre Board.
Exclusive networking opportunities await as presenters, delegates and exhibitors interact online to share creativity, knowledge and expertise. Don’t miss this chance to meet and mingle with the best and brightest in the business.
Take advantage of the opportunity to explore ways to curate flexible learning experiences, discuss the adoption of STEM technology in the workplace as well as identify new challenges, directions and efforts in promoting STEM education.
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For more information about the Conference: https://www.science.edu.sg/stem-conference
The fully virtual STEM Conference 2020 is part of UNTAME, an exciting three-part series of blended learning, digital-first events by Science Centre Singapore.
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Science Centre Singapore redefines holistic learning with UNTAME - a suite of multi-dimensional STEM initiatives:
Reigniting fascination and fun in science for the new normal titled UNTAME – a suite of blended learning digital-first events set to launch in the second half of 2020, aimed at encouraging the young and young at heart to rediscover the wonders of Science in the new normal. To navigate the year of disruptions, which saw a three-month closure during the height of the pandemic, the institution made active advancements in pushing the boundaries of digital-driven engagement, with new and signature programmes undergoing a digitalisation facelift to connect with fans beyond the walls of the Centre.
The Centre is redefining guest experience through UNTAME to spark curiosity and self-learning both on-ground and online. Bringing this effort to life are three immersive, cross-platform events which will run from October to November, primed to fuel a fun and meaningful discovery of pivotal 21st century Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines and how they interface with Arts and Humanities. The learning journey for UNTAME will commence with the second KidsSTOP™ STEAM Festival for Young Learners, followed by a STEM Conference for educators and industry professionals, and finally, culminate with UNTAME: Beyond Boundaries, an inaugural STEM-based virtual festival for the whole family. Find out more about the UNTAME event at: http://www.science.edu.sg/untame.
Asia Drone Championship 2020 goes virtual
Singapore’s first official drone racing event is going virtual this year! Jointly organised by Science Centre Singapore and Multi-Rotor Association Singapore, the Asia Drone Championship 2020 is an exciting and thrilling drone racing e-sport spectacle that features top-tier drone racers and pilots from the Asia Pacific region battling on a specially curated virtual track whilst vying for attractive cash prizes worth up to $5,000 in either International Open Race Category or Singapore Student Race Category. Presented in an e-sports format, this virtual race event brings the same level of excitement and competition, creating a whole new unique experience for both the racer and e-sports enthusiast alike! In addition, freestyle pilots can submit their creative flying pieces to stand a chance at winning a prize. Interested racers or pilots may register here before 12 September 2020. For more information, visit our website here and YouTube page here. Remember to catch the grand finals live-streamed on Facebook on 19 September 2020 at 1900 (SGT).