Friday, December 5, 2014

Future Problem Solving Program

Future Problem Solving Program is an after school enrichment program which focus on high order thinking , problem solving , research techniques and other soft skills like leadership, communication skills and etc.
In 2013, Nadiah Hakim from 5 Bestari took part in Scenario Writing Competition held by Future Problem Solving Program Malaysia and was the champion for National level , so she was selected to represent  Malaysia to Iowa University , Iowa, USA for a competition. For pre conference, she had an opportunity to experience home stay with a local family. During the competition, she met many problem solvers from all over the world.Our team from Malaysia also did a performance and received a big round of applause from the audience. We are proud of her achievement.

More details about the program :
 http:// www.fpspi.org
https://www.facebook.com/FPSPMalaysia

Teachers in charge : Pn. Ng & Pn. Nalini.





Nadiah Hakim during competition in Iowa University 



                               
Cultural Performance from Malaysia & friends from Texas
Buddies 

Buddies 

The Malaysian Team 





                                            Future Problem Solving Program @ SKSBU in session



Brainstorming 
Researching 
Interviewing a teacher 

Interviewing a teacher 

                               
Getting permission from the headmistress for setting a booth during Prize Giving Day 



                             
Introducing the program to other pupils during assembly


Talking about the project

Promoting the program to parents during Prize Giving day 


Updating data 
Filing  
Filling up documents and research 

Some of our future problem solvers @ SKSBU

13 comments:

  1. I support this project so much since I'm part of it.... overall I really enjoy doing this project for the goodness of the world.... ;D

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  2. I support it too because it has something to do with pupils...so good luck with it ;)

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  3. Looks interesting!! I really support this project since its a major challenge around the world!! Well done!

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  4. REALLY into this!! Let's reduce punishments!!!

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  5. Looks great and cool! Anyways congrats Nadiah

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  6. Hope this program motivates others to be part of this too.

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