SEGi College Kuala Lumpur’s School of Computing and IT (SOCIT) recently organised a Virtual Treasure Hunt, providing 26 students with an entertaining break from typical classroom activities. The competition offered a fun and interactive way to build problem-solving and critical thinking skills, while also utilising digital technology.
According to a report by the World Economic Forum, the demand for problem-solving and critical thinking skills is rapidly increasing in the digital age. By organising activities like the Virtual Treasure Hunt, SOCIT is helping to equip students with the skills they need to succeed in the digital workforce.
The Virtual Treasure Hunt was a great success, with three winners selected from the 26 participants. The attendees found the event to be thrilling and fun, praising the puzzles’ difficulty and expressing a desire to participate in similar activities in the future.
Overall, the Virtual Treasure Hunt organised by SOCIT is a great example of how digital technology can be used to promote problem-solving and critical thinking skills in a fun and engaging way. With more activities like this, we can help prepare the next generation for success in the digital workforce.