Browsing by Author Goh, Jonathan Wee Pin

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2017Examining Normal Academic/Technical students’ science learning from a sociological and cultural lensTeo, Tang WeeYeo, Jennifer Ai ChooGoh, Jonathan Wee PinYeo, Leck Wee
2015The impact of community-based teacher learning on student learning outcomesHairon SallehGoh, Jonathan Wee PinChua, Catherine Siew KhengWang, Li-Yi
2010An investigation of students’ perceptions of learning benefits of weblogs in an East Asian context: A Rasch analysisGoh, Jonathan Wee PinQuek, Chin JooLee, Ong Kim
2018An Investigation of the Impact of leadership practices on student learning and development outcomes in Singapore primary schoolsGoh, Jonathan Wee PinHairon, Salleh
Jan-2013“Is the beast finally consumed?” – Critically un-packaging the elusive construct of Distributed LeadershipHairon SallehGoh, Jonathan Wee Pin
2015Leadership and organizational change in Singapore: A baseline studyGoh, Jonathan Wee PinHairon SallehNg, David Foo SeongNg, Pak TeeChua, Catherine Siew KhengVicente Chua Reyes JrChoy, William, 1970-Chua, Jude Soo MengIntan Azura MokhtarBoon, Zoe Suan LoyTeng, Antonia Kit WahShaljan AreepattamannilLin, Tzu-Bin
2018Leadership for collective learning: An effective distributed perspectiveHairon SallehGoh, Jonathan Wee Pin
2005Parallel leadership for school improvement in Singapore: a case study on the perceived roles of school principalsNg, David Foo SeongSenthu JeyarajLim, Swee PeiLee, BerniceGoh, Jonathan Wee PinChew, Joy Oon Ai
2015Pursuing the elusive construct of distributed leadership: Is the search over?Hairon SallehGoh, Jonathan Wee Pin
2017A research agenda for professional learning communities: Moving forwardHairon SallehGoh, Jonathan Wee PinChua, Catherine Siew KhengWang, Li-Yi
Sep-2013Study habits and mathematical performance of 15-year-old students in SingaporeShaljan AreepattamannilSu, Robyn Hing ChunGoh, Jonathan Wee PinFulmer, Gavin William
2015Teacher leadership enactment in professional learning community contexts: Towards a better understanding of the phenomenonHairon SallehGoh, Jonathan Wee PinChua, Catherine Siew Kheng