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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 Lee; Aghazadeh, Sima; Ho, 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, Huichao ; Nah, Yong Hwee ; Yang, Xueyan; Sengalrayan, Bernadine Wilhelmina; Poon, 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 Yong; Chong, Sau Kew; Ho, Chin Fen; Thaslim Begum Aiyoob
2020Future-ready learners: Learning, lifework, living, and habits of practicesNg, David Foo Seong ; Wong, Choun Pei; Liu, Sean
2020Literature review on adolescents' in and out of school literacy practices – global and local perspectivesSun, Baoqi; Layne, Heidi
2019Blended learning environments to support teacher professional development communitiesKoh, Elizabeth; Ho, Jeanne Marie Pau Yuen; Imran Haji Shaari; Seow, Peter Sen Kee; Teow, Lyndia; Norhayati Munir
2019Assessment of 21st century skillsAghazadeh, Sima
2017Culturally relevant education for a multicultural SingaporeHo, Jeanne Marie Pau Yuen; Hong, Helen; Gilbert, Connor
2018Effective education and career guidance policies and practices to strengthen career decision-making abilities in Singapore studentsSiti Masturah Ismail
2018Motivation strategies for academically low-progress learnersNadira Talib; de Roock, Roberto
2017Makerspaces in Singapore: Design, making and innovationTan, Michael Lip Thye
 2017Brain literacy empowers educators to meet diverse learner needsWalker, Zachary; Chen, Annabel Shen-Hsing; Poon, Kenneth K. ; Hale, James B.
2017Scaling educational innovations in Singapore: The roles of policymakers, practitioners, and researchersLee, Shu-Shing
2015Parent engagement in educationManzon, Maria; Miller, Rifhan Noor; Hong, Helen; Khong, Lana Yiu Lan
2015Professional learning communities: A movement for teacher-led professionalismLee, Daphnee Hui Lin; Tay, Wan Ying; Hong, Helen
2015Trends in applied cognitive developmentKhng, Kiat Hui; Ang, Su Yin; Bull, Rebecca; Lee, Kerry
2014Bilingualism, literacy and reading achievementO'Brien, Beth A.; Yin, Bin; Li, Li; Zhang, Dongbo; Chin, Chern Far; Zhao, Shouhui; Vaish, Viniti 
2014Levelling up academically low progress studentsWang, Li-Yi; Teng, Siao See; Tan, Chee Soon
2014Creative and critical thinking in Singapore schoolsChiam, Ching Leen; Hong, Helen; Ning, Flora; Tay, Wan Ying
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