Integrated Humanities

Integrated Humanities incorporate subjects such as Geography, History, and Social Studies. Humanities scholars explore the myriad ways in which human beings interact with each other and their environment to better understand the world and the human condition through time, space and location. The study of the humanities provides a platform for students to articulate various interpretations of real-world issues including exposing them to diverse perspectives.

Learning Objectives

At the end of four years, students will be able to:

  • Understand and apply major concepts in History, Social Studies and Geography
  • Understand the interdependence of human and physical systems
  • Conduct historical and geographical investigations through collection and interpretation of primary and secondary data sources
  • Develop and appreciate multiple perspectives and viewpoints
  • Work independently as well as in teams to achieve optimal outcomes

Programme Highlights

In this eLearning activity, students carried out a series of learning activities in groups at the Singapore River area, applying their map sketching skills to document the shape of the river. Along the way, they also noted down significant landmarks like the Singapore River and the Asian Civilisation Museum. Visit these links to find out more:

  4. SST IDM Project (Mobile Learning)
  5. Future Ready Singapore

The broader view that mobile learning is not only about mobility of learners and devices but also the mobility of learning across contexts is explored in volume 1 of the MOE publication, i-in-Practice. SST’s lesson plan for integrating humanities and biology is featured.

Learning of Integrated Humanities is never complete if we are constantly confined to the walls of the classrooms. In the real world, problems or issues are never compartmentalised or isolated to any discipline. We believe that Integrated Humanities is a subject meant to be experienced through our interaction with the environment.

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