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Title: The role of teachers in the 21st century classrooms: From consumerism to trend-setting
Authors: Ho, Boon Tiong
Toh, Kok Aun
Issue Date: May-2002
Citation: Ho, B. T., & Toh, K. A. (2002). The role of teachers in the 21st century classrooms: From consumerism to trend-setting. In The classroom of the 21st century: A paradigm shift: Proceedings of the Teachers Network Conference v.3 (pp. 29-34). Singapore: Anglo-Chinese School (Independent).
Abstract: Teachers tend to feverishly implement new educational practices that have been introduced. While the wholehearted ground support is necessary for their successful implementation, most teachers have, in the process, become more consumer-minded rather than being trendsetters. Is this a role expected of teachers? If so, what trends can teachers set? What are the critical success factors? This is an ideas paper on the changing role teachers need to play in the 21st century classroom.
Description: This paper was published in the Proceedings of the Teachers Network Conference held at Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Singapore from 29-30 May 2002
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/16021
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