WeiliRaffles Institution, Singapore
Gabriel Raffles Institution, Singapore
Daryl Raffles Institution, Singapore
Huan HuiRaffles Institution, Singapore
19 & under
Aileen ChorRaffles Institution, Singapore
Li Jian ShengRaffles Institution, Singapore
Health & Safety
Ages 12 and up
Reading Guide / Book Guide
Teacher Resources (Lesson Plans, Worksheets)
Video / Sound
Our team started off with only one aim in mind, and that’s to gather home safety knowledge to help people in the future to prevent home accidents. Of course, each of us has different strengths and different capabilities. Weili, is good at drawing while some, like Huan Hui is good at data gathering. So, different tasks have to be planned accordingly.
Of course, conflicts over different views and different working attitudes were there as well. This was inevitable, especially when deadline for each section of the project could not be met; People start blaming each other. Sitting down together to discuss the project was thus essential if not vital.
HuanHui: I feel that this project allows us to see differences in one another, the way we work, etc.
Gabriel: I feel that teamwork is a vital element in a group’s success. We need to improve on that.
Daryl: The team should be more organized and I feel that I should have done more.
Weili: Time management is very very important!!! Sometimes, it is very hard to meet the deadline.
All of our team members reside in HDB flats, thus come from common socio-economical background. We are all “well-to-do” and do not live luxuriously. Religion-wise, Daryl and Gabriel are Christians while Huan Hui is a Buddhist. This diversity in our religion did not affect us at all as we could get along well together. As a team, we were understanding when a member could not make it to a meeting due to religious event/duties. Being an all Chinese group, we have completely no language barriers, as such, being able to communicate effectively without needing a translator.