Date: 16 March 2017
The Power sector plays a critical role in sustaining Singapore’s economy. With the dynamic energy landscape (e.g. Singapore’s first Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal, new plantings and innovations in smart grids, gas and energy storage technologies), demand for skilled local workforce is expected to grow further. The forum provides participants with an appreciation of Singapore’s exciting energy landscape, and how the industry is collaborating very closely with EMA to push these developments. The topics discussed would be relevant to the Energy topic within the Geography and Sciences syllabus as well as to Applied Learning Programmes on Environmental Science & Sustainable Living and Environment Education. The talk will also be useful for the development of associated teaching resource materials.
Mr. Sin Kim Ho, Director (Sciences Branch), Curriculum Planning & Development Division 1, Ministry of Education
Preparing for a Global Energy Future
Dr. Wolfgang Warnecke, Chief Scientist for Mobility, Shell International
Synopsis: Present challenges, choices and ideas on how we can prepare for, or even shape, the dramatic developments in the global energy system that will emerge in the coming years. Ideas could be drawn from Shell’s Global Scenarios report which has been recently published.
Preparing for Singapore’s Energy Future
Dr. Alvin Yeo, Director, Industry Development Department, EMA Synopsis: Covers the exciting upcoming developments in the energy
Igniting Interest in STEM – Grooming Engineers and Scientists for the Energy Sector
Mr. Saminathan Gopal, Principal, STEM Inc, Science Centre Singapore
Charting the Applied Learning Programme (ALP) Journey
Ms. Chua Siew Hui, Head of Department (Humanities) and Mdm. Jacqueline Chee, Head of Department (Science), Queenstown Secondary School
Synopsis: Find out how Queenstown Secondary School develops and implement ALP to help students apply Geography and STEM skills to address real-world challenges.
Game-Based Learning: Discover “Energy” through Innovative Card Game
Ms. Syuhaida Dol Mat (Geography teacher) and Mr. Winfred Oh (Geography teacher), Catholic High School
Synopsis: Find out about Catholic High’s experience in developing their award wining energy card game - “Sovereign City” to cultivate student’s interest in energy.