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IPD2106: Investigative Case-Based Learning (ICBL): Infusing 21st Century Competencies in Teaching of Chemistry (Upper Secondary / Integrated Programme)

  • The course will introduce teachers to the Investigative Case-Based Learning (ICBL) approach for teaching Chemistry. Examples will illustrate how ICBL provides a rich context for meaningful scientific inquiry incorporating the 3Ps - problem posing, problem solving and peer persuasion – key actions taken by scientists during inquiry. The use of realistic problem scenarios promotes the development of 21st century competencies such as applying concepts to daily life society, questioning, problem solving, using of technology, collaborating and communicating.
  • In this very interactive course, participants will participate in several field-tested examples of ICBL modules aligned to Upper Secondary Chemistry curriculum topics such as acids and bases, the mole concept and stoichiometry, speed of reaction and air. Participants will experience the investigative case-based approach, and will consider the benefits and challenges of ICBL for their students. Teams of teachers will design their own ICBL modules, plan for implementation, as well as consider assessment of knowledge, skills and attitude.
  • This course is designed to:

    • Introduce teachers to the ICBL approach to teaching Upper Secondary Chemistry;
    • Illustrate the use of investigations, models, online resources and demonstrations linked to the cases;
    • Demonstrate how ICBL accomplishes the 3 Ps and helps develop 21st century competencies; and
    • Support teachers in the designing, planning and assessment of an ICBL module.  

     

  • Upper Secondary level Chemistry educators
  • Date : 18 - 19 April 2018
    Time : 09.00am to 04.00pm 
    Venue : National Institute of Education           

    Note: NIE reserves the right to change or cancel the course due to unforeseen circumstances.

     

    • MOE Participants - S$193.60
    • Non MOE Participants - S$1,028.20
    • All fees inclusive of GST and copyright fee.
    • Please note that participants will be charged upon registration and no refund will be given for absentees.
  • Please read the instructions below carefully before completing the application form.   

    Upon confirmation, payment is required for all courses. Payment should only be made after the course placement letter has been sent to participants to confirm the application. Cancellations/withdrawals are not allowed. However, a replacement may be sent to attend the same course. 

    Payment through GIRO/IFAAS

    NIE will proceed to invoice the respective schools, and they can  make payment through GIRO or IFAAS. The amount payable should be credited into the NIE bank account number 518-041272-001.

    Payment by Cheque

    Please submit the cheque together with the application form. Cheque should be made payable to “National Institute of Education” and participant(s)’ name and course(s) clearly indicated on the reverse of the cheque.

    Please mail to: 
    National Institute of Education
    Office of Graduate Studies and Professional Learning
    1 Nanyang Walk, Singapore 637616
    Attn: Ms Bhavani Silvarajoo

    Notification

    NIE will acknowledge receipt of the application form through email within one week. The course placement letter will be emailed to applicants who have been successfully placed in a course and upon course confirmation.

    Instructor

    Please note that NIE reserves the right to replace an instructor for a course if the lecturer is unable to teach the course due to unforeseen circumstances. No refund of the course fee will be made to participants.

  • 1 March 2018

    Applicants will be notified of the results of their applications via e-mail.

  • E-register here

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