We got a pretty interesting gig with Singapore Polytechnic (SP) this July - and got to do a beta-version run of our Spark Plug curriculum!
The story: SP is starting an institution-wide campaign called Go M.A.D (or Go Make A Difference) to engage their students in initiating projects to "make a difference in the lives of others on campus and beyond". In the lead-up to the launch of Go M.A.D, they engaged us to prep their students with some skills and handy tools so that they might be better-equipped to turn their ideas into reality.
Go M.A.D website here.
We reckon it's pretty darn awesome that a local Poly is being so pro-active in engaging their students for the common good.
Check out our snaps from the day.
PS. If any of this looks like it could be something interesting for your organisation/school, let us know!
L-R: Presenting prototype on removing disposables; Asking "How might we..?" to create opportunity areas; Another prototype on fairer transport