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Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

"Learn how to Learn"

ripplecreate is founded on the premise that education should keep pace with societal change. According to a World Economic Forum report published in January 2016, “65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist.” Set amidst such a rapidly changing employment landscape, it is crucial that we prepare children with the skills of the future so they may anticipate and fully seize the opportunities presented by the changing trends.

And that’s how we came about. At ripplecreate, we are convicted about equipping children with the appropriate skill sets to confront the challenges of the future. With the prevalence of technology today, as well as the wealth of choices offered with regards to how they wish to start their learning journey with technology, our emphasis is on teaching our students to “learn how to learn”. ripplecreate’s holistic, broad-based curriculum focuses on instilling in students an intuitive grasp of key concepts that can be applied to any platform. Our teachers are carefully selected for their passion and skill sets, as well as their ability to communicate with a younger audience. In addition, we provide state-of-the-art teaching tools to enhance the overall learning experience of the children, as well as certification to prove their newly acquired proficiency in any given area.

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Advisors

Victor Ng

Victor NG, PBM, Singapore-born, B.Sc (Econs) Hons, M.Sc (Econs) London, has over 35 years senior management , private equity and entrepreneurial experience, across the Internet and Internet of Things and especially the healthcare sector. He sits on the board of various listed companies in Singapore and Hong Kong. He is currently Chairman, Social Services Productivity and Innovation Council (NCSS) and Chairman, BOAI Group of Companies.

Dr. John Vong

Dr. John Vong is now UNDP Mission Leader for Local Government Capacity Development in Bangladesh. In the last 16 years, he has managed projects for the IFC World Bank, UNDP, and ADB among others in all 10 ASEAN countries, including Timor-Leste and Bangladesh.

His digital innovations in health, education and financial services, are published in two books by Springer USA: Emerging Technologies for Emerging Markets (2015) and Smart Technologies for Smart Nations (2016). Currently he also holds two other public roles, as Professor (Adj) at the National University of Singapore (Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy) and Independent Director of a large regional bank. He graduated with a PhD from University of Bradford England, CPA in Australia, and undertaken professional development at MIT-Harvard Consensus Building Institute.

Professor Puru Mandal

Professor Mandal has worked in Europe, Australia, Asia, North America and Singapore at senior academic and administrative roles.Over the last 30 years, he acquired extensive knowledge of supply chain operations and administration of higher education institutions in the US, Australia, India and Singapore. He currently holds executive positions in several for-profit and non-profit organizations in the USA and other countries. He has published more than 150 international journal papers and articles and 2 books. He graduated with PhD from University of Bradford England, Masters of Technology from IIT India, and Bachelors of Technology from IIT India.

Dr. Insu Song

Dr. Insu Song, Senior Lecturer of Information Technology at James Cook University Singapore, received his PhD in Computer Science from The University of Queensland. He has more than 10 years of industry experience in the field of embedded system design, industrial control system design, signal processing, patent analysis, and multimedia/game software development. Dr Song was awarded a prestigious international grant from Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to work on mobile applications for providing “Early Child Health Intervention Using Breathing Sound.