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The NIE Working Paper Series is intended as a means of regular communication between the mutually dependent spheres of theory and practice in education. Forward- and outward-looking, the Papers are conceptualized with a local issue at hand, and will survey international and local state of thought to assemble a principled response appropriate for our context. The intended audience for this publication are policymakers, school leaders and practitioners with an interest in how theoretical and empirical perspectives inform practice.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 21
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2021Gifted learners and how to develop themTeo, Chew LeeAghazadeh, SimaHo, Jeanne Marie Pau Yuen
2021Early childhood intervention: What we know and where we are headed. A review of local and international literature and implications for SingaporeXie, HuichaoNah, Yong HweeYang, XueyanSengalrayan, Bernadine WilhelminaPoon, Kenneth K.
2021Inquiry-based learning and its impact on teaching and learning of the humanitiesAghazadeh, Sima
2020A review of metacognition: Implications for teaching and learningTay, Lee YongChong, Sau KewHo, Chin FenThaslim Begum Aiyoob
2020Future-ready learners: Learning, lifework, living, and habits of practicesNg, David Foo SeongWong, Choun PeiLiu, Sean
2020Literature review on adolescents' in and out of school literacy practices – global and local perspectivesSun, BaoqiLayne, Heidi
2019Blended learning environments to support teacher professional development communitiesKoh, ElizabethHo, Jeanne Marie Pau YuenImran Bin Haji Sha’ariSeow, Peter Sen KeeTeow, LyndiaNorhayati Munir
2019Assessment of 21st century skillsAghazadeh, Sima
2017Culturally relevant education for a multicultural SingaporeHo, Jeanne Marie Pau YuenHong, HelenGilbert, Connor
2018Effective education and career guidance policies and practices to strengthen career decision-making abilities in Singapore studentsSiti Masturah Binte Ismail
2018Motivation strategies for academically low-progress learnersNadira Talibde Roock, Roberto
2017Makerspaces in Singapore: Design, making and innovationTan, Michael Lip Thye
2017Brain literacy empowers educators to meet diverse learner needsWalker, ZacharyChen, Annabel Shen-HsingPoon, Kenneth K.Hale, James B.
2017Scaling educational innovations in Singapore: The roles of policymakers, practitioners, and researchersHung, DavidLee, Shu-ShingWu, Longkai
2015Parent engagement in educationManzon, MariaMiller, Rifhan NoorHong, HelenKhong, Lana Yiu Lan
2015Professional learning communities: A movement for teacher-led professionalismLee, Daphnee Hui LinTay, Wan YingHong, Helen
2015Trends in applied cognitive developmentKhng, Kiat HuiAng, Su YinBull, RebeccaLee, Kerry
2014Bilingualism, literacy and reading achievementO'Brien, Beth A.Yin, BinLi, LiZhang, DongboChin, Chern FarZhao, ShouhuiViniti Vaish
2014Levelling up academically low progress studentsWang, Li-YiTeng, Siao SeeTan, Chee Soon
2014Creative and critical thinking in Singapore schoolsChiam, Ching LeenHong, HelenNing, FloraTay, Wan Ying
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