I love to share the things I love with others, which has led me to taking part in exhibitions and giving talks and workshops on my favorite topics — or anything that can help students, teachers or the public appreciate math or origami. Through these outreach efforts I have accumulated resources for a number of topics that I can present about. As an active member of the MIT Educational Studies Program,
Quek Yihui and I organized Sprout, where alumni of NUS High School returned to teach fun workshops based on their interests, and students of NUS High attended workshops that they were interested in. Students enjoyed taking workshops from "Beatboxing" to "Herpetology: The Study of Ugly Animals". Check out the full list of workshop descriptions, as well as pictures taken at Sprout, at the Facebook event!.
- Math Research Skills for high schoolers at MIT Junction 2015
- Origami: Art, Science and Mathematics for Grade 8 students at the "Mathematics Enrichment Workshops" organized by the Ministry of Education (2014)
- Folding classes for the general public in conjunction with the "Origami: from Traditional to Modern" exhibition by Origami Singapore (2012)
- Origami and Crease Patterns for Grade 5 students at the "Prmary Mathematics Masterclass" organized by the Ministry of Education (2012)
- "Simple Box" Folding Class for the 5th International Meeting on Origami in Science, Mathematics and Education (2010)
- Extrusion Origami for Grade 5 students at the "Prmary Mathematics Masterclass" organized by the Ministry of Education (2009)