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Learning Journey @

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Contents Science --------------------- 1

Learning Journey @ RP C

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Engineering --------------- 4 Sports, Health and Leisure ------------------- 6

Learning Journey @ RP is specially catered to all levels of secondary school students to extend and enrich their educational experience. A wide range of complimentary activities from different schools and centres is available for your students. The Learning Journey can be customised to suit your schedule throughout the year. All programmes include a general introduction of Republic Polytechnic and a short campus tour.

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To participate in the programmes listed in the Learning Journey @ RP, please contact: yoko_song@rp.sg ( DID: 31001107) or tan_lay_pheng@rp.sg (DID: 31001736) To download a copy of the programmes available, please visit: www.rp.sg/learningjourney

Information Technology ------------------- 8 Hospitality ------------------- 10 Technology for the Arts ----------------------- 12 Problem-Based Learning --------------------- 14 Athletics --------------------- 16 Culture ----------------------- 18


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Programme Outline These activities are specially designed for students who have a keen interest in science and who aspire to further pursue their education in the areas of healthcare, pharmaceutical, biomedical, biotechnology, materials science or environmental science.

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Science

Students will get to experience the wonders of science through hands-on activities such as laboratory experiments and microscopic examination of micro-organisms. Guided tours to explore environmental technologies, School of Applied Science's facilities and Admiralty Park are also available.

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Estimated duration of each activity is between 20 minutes and 2.5 hours.

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Science

Recycling Workshop CODE (SAS 3)

Tour of School of Applied Science’’'s Facilities

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Students will learn more about recycling through talk and participating in the separation of recyclables activity.

Walk in Admiralty Park

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Students will be led to the various science-related facilities available on RP Campus.

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Tour of Environmental Technologies

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CODE (SAS 1)

Students will be introduced to the environmental projects which the School of Applied Science is currently involved in and learn about the state-of-art technologies used to protect the environment.

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* Estimated Duration

CODE (SAS 4)

1.5 hours*

Students will learn about biodiversity while going on a field trip to Admiralty Park.

1 hour* 2.5 hours*


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Stress Strain Machine Demonstration

Science

CODE (SAS 9)

Students will visit the laboratory and learn how to characterise the mechanical property of materials. 20 - 30mins* C

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Microscopic Examination of Micro-organisms CODE (SAS 5)

Water Testing CODE (SAS 8)

Students will find out more about micro-organisms and view them through the microscope.

Pharmacy Practice

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Students will find out how to test water quality based on their pH values and turbidity through various water testing methodologies.

CODE (SAS 7)

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20 - 30mins*

Appreciation of Human Anatomy CODE (SAS 6)

Students will participate in the mix-and-match game and get to learn names and uses of various pharmaceutical products (e.g. medicine).

20 - 30mins*

Students will get to arrange the organs in the human torso model through the Human Torso Puzzle and Skeletal Game. 20 - 30mins*

20 - 30mins* * Estimated Duration

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Programme Outline These activities are specially designed for students who like to experience and experiment and are keen to pursue further studies in the areas of engineering, aviation and biomedical fields. Through exciting activities such as flight simulation and experiments, students will be exposed to the challenges and exciting tasks undertaken by engineers. [4]


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Nanotechnology and Everyday Life CODE (SEG 3)

Engineering Flight Simulators

CODE (SEG 2)

Students will be led to a simulated environment to experience flight controls.

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Students will be guided to tap on Nanotechnology to create water-resistant/anti-fog surfaces.

Maximum 25 pax 30-60 mins*

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2 hours*

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Aerodynamics

CODE (SEG 1)

Students will participate in paper aeroplane experiments and NASA FoilSim.

Maximum 20 pax 2 hours*

* Estimated Duration

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Programme Outline These activities are specially designed for students who intend to pursue their education in the areas of sports science, sports and leisure management, outdoor and adventure learning, health management and promotion, as well as healthcare administration. Guided tours to explore the sports laboratories, sports complex, swimming pool and Adventure Learning Centre are also available. [6]


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Sports, Health and Leisure

Sports Lab Tour CODE (SHL 1)

Students will experience state-of-the-art laboratories in the School of Sports, Health and Leisure (SHL), featuring human performance, motor control & development, exercise prescription, sports nutrition, dynamic movement and more.

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Students can participate in the following: Light gates, hand grip test, vertical jump test, reaction timer, vibration table, wobble boards and stabilometer.

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Maximum 30 pax 45 mins*

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Programme Outline The activities are suitable for students who have a passion in digital media and keen to pursue further education and career in this field.

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The walk-through of the labs and project showcases will provide a better understanding for those who intend to embark their future in the digital media.


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Information Technology

Digital Forensics Examination CODE (SIT 2)

Students will find out more about digital forensics and learn how information is decrypted and investigated using our cool and sophisticated gadgets. C

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Tour of the Interactive Digital Media Lab in the School of Information and Communications Technology

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For 10 - 20 pax 30 mins - 1 hour *

CODE (SIT 1)

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Students will be guided on a tour of the three labs (Green, Blue and Print) and briefed on the resources and facilities at RP. In addition to the tour, students will get to view projects done by the Diploma in Interactive and Digital Media (DIDM) graduates and existing students.

Maximum 30 pax 2 hours* * Estimated Duration

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Programme Outline

Hospitality Hospitality

The activities are designed for students who are interested in embarking their careers in the hospitality industries. Students will get to participate in ice-breaking activities, tour of the School of Hospitality (SOH) facilities, which include the Raffles Hospitality Centre (comprising a training hotel reception, guest room, wellness and spa labs), a training restaurant and kitchen.

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Students will also learn the basics of creating mocktails and create their own mocktails.

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Hospitality

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School of Hospitality's Mocktail Fun CODE (SOH 1)

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Students will be introduced to the hospitality industry and gain a basic appreciation of the interesting world of mocktails. This includes an exciting hands-on opportunity for them to create their own mocktails. mocktails.

For 30 - 35 pax (Upper Secondary) 2 hours*

* Estimated Duration

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Programme Outline

These activities are specially designed and targeted at students who intend to pursue their education in the fields of design, arts and interactive media.

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Through hands-on activities, students will be able to explore and learn more about the modules for specific diplomas offered by the School of Technology for the Arts (STA).

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Technology for the Arts


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Technology for the Arts

Figure Drawing via the Construction Method CODE (STA 3)

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30-Second Phone Sketch Exercise CODE (STA 2)

Students will observe and analyse human forms which will be broken down in geometric shapes. This will allow construction of more accurate human forms in drawing.

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Students will participate in a guided 30-second phone sketch exercise to produce their very own creative art piece.

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Di ploma Talk and Video Showcase CODE (STA 5)

Students will learn about the exciting activities and modules offered in the Diploma in Technology and Arts Management (DTA) and find out what awaits them in the growing arts and theatre industry.

Audio Editing using Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)

CODE (STA 4)

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Demystifying how Games Are Designed

1 hour*

Students will participate in an audio editing activity using a DAW to edit audio tracks and will also learn what the Diploma in Sonic Arts (DSA) offers.

CODE (STA 1)

Students will participate in interactive games and unravel how games are conceptualised.

* Estimated Duration

1 hour*

For 10 - 20 pax 1 hour*

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Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

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Programme Outline The Problem-Based Learning (PBL) workshops provide an opportunity for students and educators from different educational institutions to know more about PBL approach and experience how PBL is carried out in RP. [14]

For more information about the programme, please email to help-ced@rp.sg


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Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

Experience Problem-Based Learning (For educators) CODE (CED 2)

This workshop is led by academic trainers from Republic Polytechnic, who will share their experiences on topics such as “Key Principles of PBL”, “The Unique RP-PBL learning approach”, “Effective Scaffolding Tools” and “Holistic Assessment”. There will also be a hands-on activities where participants get to try out a sample problem that is designed to trigger learning.

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Experience Problem-Based Learning (For students) CODE (CED 1)

For 20 - 30 pax 2 hours -2.5 hours*

Led by RP’s own student facilitators, your students will be guided on what is Problem-based Learning and discover what it is a typical day like for an RP student. There will be a hands-on activity where students get to try out an actual problem trigger used in our modules.

For 20 - 30 pax 2 hours -2.5 hours* * Estimated Duration

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Programme Outline

Athletics

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Through participating in indoor and outdoor games, students will experience the typical active campus life at Republic Polytechnic.


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Athletics

(B) Elite Athlete Performance Test (EAPT) CODE (OSG 3) Participants will experience the Elite Performance Framework develop by Sports.

2 hours*

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(C) Sports Complex Challenge CODE (OSG 4) Students will play a game of "Bingo" and uncover interesting information related to the sports facilities located in the Sports Complex.

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2 hours*

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Introduction to Sports Development and Competency Framework

(A) Mini-Sports Games CODE (OSG 2)

CODE (OSG 1)

Students will be given an overview of Sports Development.

Students will get to participate in games such as floorball, soccer and basketball.

This programme is inclusive of (A), (B) or (C). 2 hours* 1 hour* * Estimated Duration

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Culture

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Programme Outline These activities are specially designed for students who are passionate to pursue their interests in the areas of backstage and theatre productions. [18]

Through hands-on activities, students will be exposed to backstage and operational works performed by theatre personnel.


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Culture Theatre Systems Explanation CODE (TRCC 1) Students will get to understand the main differences between their school’s lighting and audio system, as compared with those at a professional performing venue, such as The Republic Cultural Centre (TRCC).

(A) Introduction of Stage C

This programme is inclusive of (A), (B) and (C).

Students will be supervised in handling the flying systems to obtain a basic understanding of rigging, flying systems and stage machinery within TRCC.

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20 -30 mins*

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(B) Introduction to Stage Lighting

Break into smaller groups

Students will be guided on the use of different fixtures and how they can be used to produce different effects.

* Estimated Duration

20 -30 mins*

(C) Introduction to Basic Students will be able to mix audio tracks on the audio console to produce quality tunes.

20 -30 mins*

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School of Applied Science (SAS) •Diploma in Biomedical Sciences (DBMS) [R14] •Diploma in Biotechnology (DBIO) [R16] •Diploma in Environmental Science (DENV) [R29] •Diploma in Materials Science (DMTS) [R17] •Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences (DPHM) [R22]

Centre for Culture & Communication (CCC) •Diploma in Communication and Information Design (DCID) [R32]

School of Engineering (SEG) •Diploma in Aerospace Avionics (DAA) [R20] •Diploma in Aerospace Engineering (Quality Systems) (DAE) [R40] •Diploma in Biomedical Electronics (DBME) [R15] •Diploma in Civil Aviation (DCA) [R39] •Diploma in Digital Entertainment Electronics (DDEE) [R38] •Diploma in Industrial and Operations Management (DIOM) [R11] •Diploma in Micro and Nanotechnology (DMNT) [R30] •Diploma in Renewable Energy Engineering (DREE) [R41] •Diploma in Supply Chain Management (DSCM) [R21] •Common Engineering Programme (CEP) [R42]

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School of Sports, Health and Leisure (SHL)

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•Diploma in Healthcare Administration (DHCA) [R45] •Diploma in Health Management and Promotion (DHMP) [R43] •Diploma in Outdoor and Adventure Learning (DOAL) [R33] •Diploma in Sports and Exercise Sciences (DSES) [R26] •Diploma in Sports and Leisure Management (DSLM) [R27]

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School of Information and Communications Technology (SIT)

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•Diploma in Business Applications (DBA) [R18] •Diploma in Business Information Systems (DBIS) [R13] •Diploma in Information Technology (DIT) [R12] •Diploma in Interactive and Digital Media (DIDM) [R31] •Diploma in IT Service Management (DSM) [R23]

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School of Hospitality (SOH) •Diploma in Customer Relationship and Service Management (DCRSM) [R34] •Diploma in Hotel and Hospitality Management (DHHM) [R37] •Diploma in Integrated Events Management (DIEM) [R28] •Diploma in Restaurant and Culinary Operations (DRCO) [R46] •Diploma in Wellness, Lifestyle and Spa Management (DWLSM) [R44]

School of Technology for the Arts (STA) •Diploma in Design for Interactivity (DDI) [R36] •Diploma in Game Design (DGD) [R35] •Diploma in New Media (DNM) [R19] •Diploma in Sonic Arts (DSA) [R24] •Diploma in Technology and Arts Management (DTA) [R25]

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Check out these

36 exciting courses at www.rp.sg


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RP FACILITIES ADVENTURE LEARNING CENTRE* • Indoor and Outdoor Rock Wall • Maze C

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FOOD AND BEVERAGE OUTLETS • Lawn Food Court @ W4 Level 3 • North Food Court @ W6 • South Food Court @ E1 • Artbites @ TRCC • Beijing Cuisines @ Sports Complex • Kaffe Esplanade @ E1 Level 2 • Licious Place @ RPC • Subway @ RPC • The Reel Room @ Library LECTURE FACILITIES • Lecture Room @ E2 Level 3 • Lecture Room @ E4 Level 3 • Lecture Room @ E5 Level 3 • Lecture Room @ W2 Level 3 • Lecture Room @ W3 Level 3 • Lecture Room @ W4 Level 1 • Lecture Room @ W5 Level 3 • Lecture Theatre @ E5 Level 1 • Lecture Theatre @ W2 Level 1

RETAIL OUTLETS • 7-Eleven @ RPC • ATMs/AXS @ RPC • Booklink @ RPC (Bookshop) • Seng City @ Library (Printing Services) • SUI! Shop @ RPC SPORTS COMPLEX* • Aerobics Studio • Badminton/Tennis/Outdoor Courts • Competition Hall • Football/Rugby Field • Martial Arts Room • Multi-purpose Hall • Swimming Complex THE REPUBLIC CULTURAL CENTRE (TRCC)* • 1000-seat Theatre • 300-seat Studio • 120-seat Lab OTHERS • Learning Vision @ Campus Heights • Principal’s Academy @ Library • RHC @ Campus Heights • RP Resource Centre @ W4

* For bookings of these facilities, please visit www.rp.sg/facilities


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www.rp.sg Republic Polytechnic, 9 Woodlands Avenue 9, Singapore 738964 *All programmes are subjected to availability of facilities. .. lInformation is correct at time of print...

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