What if your child can create their own future, own learning and own solutions?

At Growth Mindset, we harness the natural curiosity of children to solve real-world problems by helping them learn how-to-learn.

What if your child can create their own future, own learning and own solutions?

At growth mindset, we harness the natural curiosity of children to solve real-world problems by helping them learn-how to-learn.

Why?

How can we help our children prepare for a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world?

The future world will be very different from the present, and it’s coming faster than we think. Let us help our children become active citizens of their world, leveraging on their strengths and developing beyond their comfort zone and into their future.

Upcoming Camps

OutLEARN! Wayang Kulit

Delve into the mysterious world of Indonesian shadow puppetry, where we meld the science of shadows and light to the art of storytelling.

In this Wayang Kulit series, they will learn to:

shadow

Apply the science
behind shadow
puppetry

power_of_engineering

Identify the power of engineering in everyday life

create_impact_stories

Create
impactful
stories

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Backstage Scenes | 24 November 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners shall discover how light travels and interacts with matter, and then engineer how lights can be used for shadow puppetry.

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The Strings | 25 November 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will experiment with materials to build a moving puppet of their own.

play_write

Play-Write | 26 November 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will take on the role of a script writer to create a narrative story.

curtain_call

Curtain Call | 27 November 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will collaborate on their drama adventure to perform a story using shadow puppetry.

OutLEARN! Medical

While we frequently encounter the common cold in our lives, there are many factors involved! Our children can and should learn to take care of themselves.

In this Medical series, they will learn to:

apply_science

Appreciate the science behind the common ailments

identify_power

Set realistic
health and
lifestyle goals

create_impactful_story

Prevent common
ailments through
simple plans

burning_up

I’m Burning Up! | 8 December 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will discover the different causes of the common flu and recognise their symptoms.

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My Medicine Doesn’t Work! | 9 December 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will learn about antibiotics resistance and support the need for sick individuals to complete their prescribed course of antibiotics.

cant_breathe

I Can’t Breathe! | 10 December 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will explore the respiratory system and what happens when the human body is affected by the flu.

cough

I Have A Cough! | 11 December 2020, 9am – 1pm
Learners will examine the case of a seemingly innocuous cough and devise solutions to stay healthy.

Modelled after Professor Howard S Barrows’ Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

Our learning process equips students to discover and acquire new knowledge and skills through student-centric, activity-based and exploratory learning experiences. We cultivate entrepreneurial thinking, promote deep understanding and enable effective application of new knowledge.
Students have to:

Work in a team

Solve real world problems

Adopt entrepreneurial thinking

Identify knowledge gaps & research

Empowering learning,
Enriching lives.

Services

  • Enrichment workshops for students
  • Train-the-Trainers
  • Problem Design Consultancy

Workshops

  • Saturday Workshop for STUDENTS
  • Saturday Workshop for PARENTS
  • 3 Days PBL Camp

Resources

  • OutLEARN! The Case for Problem-Based Learning
  • Principles and Practice of Authentic Problem-Based Learning

Showcase

  • 4 August 2018 OutLEARN! Bootcamp #1
  • 11 August 2018 OutLEARN! Bootcamp #2
  • 25 August 2018 OutLEARN! Bootcamp #3

Student Evaluation

“We learnt how to care for our plants.
After this session, we feel happy because we solved the problem.”
– Mikayla Chia, Joey Lim, Zoe Teo and Jadon Soh

Student Evaluation

“We will use the skills we learnt today
to solve problems.”
– Alerick Tan, Xannon Lee, Pierson Png and Ng Ming Swee

Interested to know more about Growth Mindset?