Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/24220
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2021
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Office of Teacher Education, National Institute of Education
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Chye, S. (Ed.). (2021). Becoming a teacher: Reflection, inquiry and identity. Office of Teacher Education, National Institute of Education. https://ebook.ntu.edu.sg/ppi-book-2021/full-view.html
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"The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way we live, work and learn overnight. With school closure during the circuit breaker, teachers in Singapore had to quickly adapt to these disruptions and adopt new modes of teaching and learning. Education is now taking place in the midst of an increasingly complex and interconnected global landscape. COVID-19 underscores even more clearly that teachers need to prepare students for jobs and challenges that may not yet exist. Most importantly, teacher education and professional learning must evolve to equip all our teachers to prepare their students for an unpredictable and challenging future, but one that is filled with great opportunities. Our schools will need teachers with an inquiring and creative mind, a heart for the learner and a passion for lifelong learning. The NIE Strategic Vision 2022 sets out to prepare future-ready teachers for future-ready learners though providing them with education ‘4’ life i.e., Life-long, Life-deep, Life-wide and Life-wise."
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9789811495847
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