Training for high school and college students
In addition to observation and thinking skills, the Challenge also inspires the development of self-directed learning and creative thinking about sustainability designs.
Students will discover that everything in the world is a resource for See Think Wonder and be encouraged to be creative and fact-based.
To make the Challenge a bridge between Taiwanese and international students, we sent invitations to Hong Kong and Singapore for cross-region exchanges.
By building students' systematic thinking about social sustainability and economic constraints, they will understand the multiple facets that need to be considered to take both into account.
High School Students
We hope to breed a "thinking habit" for high school students through the Challenge and share the method open source to educators around the world
Although the Challenge is mainly for high school students, college students can also participate in the preparation and get in touch with the real world.
Hong Kong and Singapore challenge regions are opened with a new international cooperation system added to enable students from the three regions to build up communication and cooperation abilities across borders.
Collaborate with Flossie Chua, the Harvard Project Zero Principal Investigator to implement a three-year Seed Teacher Program in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore from 2022 to 2023, building a database of See Think Wonder teaching plans.
Reinforcing sustainability thinking and action during the Challenge, students will learn how to use See Think Wonder's power to make sustainability possible.