REDESIGNING PEDAGOGY

International Conference
2nd to 4th June 2015

Held in conjunction with

11th International CitizED Conference &
Arts, Humanities and Literature Conference 2015


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08:00 - 09:30
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Nanyang Auditorium FoyerRegistration / Morning Refreshment
Nil
09:30 - 10:15
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Nanyang AuditoriumOpening Ceremony
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10:15 - 11:00
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Nanyang Auditorium FoyerTea Reception / School Showcase / Exhibition
Nil
11:00 - 12:00
Keynote
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Nanyang AuditoriumKeynote 1
Leading and Managing Instruction in Education Organizations and
Systems: Leadership in 3-D | James Spillane
12:00 - 13:00
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Nanyang AuditoriumKeynote 2
The Purpose of Schools in the 21st Century | Michael Young
13:00 - 14:00
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Nanyang Auditorium FoyerLunch / School Showcase / Exhibition
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14:00 - 15:00
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Nanyang AuditoriumKeynote 3
Teachers of Quality for the 31st Century: Transforming Teacher Education to Meet the (Unknown) Future | A. Lin Goodwin
15:00 - 15:45
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NIE - Various LocationTea Break
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15:45 - 17:15
Paper and Symposium and Workshop
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NIE2-01-TR201
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CitizED Highlighted Sessions / Civics and Moral Education 2
  : Teaching global citizenship education with teaching models of empathy and critical literacy: Case study of Hong Kong secondary schools
Civics and Moral Education
By Eric K. M. CHONG [P], The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
  : Global citizenship education in Australian schools – what do we know and what do we need to know?
Civics and Moral Education
By Andrew PETERSON [P], University of South Australia, Australia
  : A Proposed Multidisciplinary Framework for Integrating Cognitive and Affective Standards
Civics and Moral Education
By LIM Kia Yin Jassie [P], Raffles Girls' School (Secondary), Singapore
By Hasanah ALFIE [P], Raffles Girls' School (Secondary), Singapore
NIE2-01-TR202
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CitizED Highlighted Sessions / Civics and Moral Education 1
  : Citizenship, Character and Values Education for the 21st Century
Civics and Moral Education
By LIM Qing Yi [P], Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School, Singapore
By GOH Chin Seng [P], Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School, Singapore
By LIM Mei Huan Joyce [P], Pasir Ris Crest Secondary School,
  : Exploring Values and Citizenship in Multicultural Children’s Picturebooks
Civics and Moral Education
By Sarinajit KAUR [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : Designing an Instrument to Measure Total Curriculum Outcome
Civics and Moral Education
By Luis Tirtasanjaya LIOE [P], Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore
By TYE Seck Moy [P], Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore
By TAN Chik Leng [P], Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore
By Muhammad Imran Bin HASSAN [P], Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR203
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CitizED Highlighted Sessions / Civics and Moral Education 3
  : Grade 8 students’ perspectives on present-day experiences of colonialism in the Philippines
Civics and Moral Education
By Ma. Teresa Quicho IBARRIENTOS [P], Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
By Maria Rhodina F. SALIDO [P], Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
  : Your Fellow Students’ Success Will Not Hurt You
Civics and Moral Education
By George JACOBS [P], James Cook University, Singapore
By Nicolas GRELICHE, James Cook University, Singapore
  : Using Current Affairs in Character and Citizenship Education
Civics and Moral Education
By KHONG Ming Kit Delvin [P], Westwood Secondary School, Singapore
By Ahmad Luqman GHAZALI [P], Westwood Secondary School, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR204
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CitizED Highlighted Sessions / Civics and Moral Education 4
  : Teachers’ questioning skills in facilitating students to solve hypothetical moral dilemmas in lessons
Civics and Moral Education
By Mei-Yee WONG [P], The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
  : Enhancing Teaching and Learning in CCE through Co-Teaching
Civics and Moral Education
By Thavamalar KANAGARATNAM [P], MOE, Singapore
  : Creating a curricula space for teaching about controversial issues in Civics and Citizenship Education with pre-service teachers.
Civics and Moral Education
By HENDERSON Deborah Jan [P], Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
NIE2-01-TR206
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CitizED Highlighted Sessions / Civics and Moral Education 5
  : Use of Levels of Implementation (LoI) tool for implementation of CCE in Schools
Civics and Moral Education
By LEE Yng Jessica [P], MOE, Singapore
By LEE Chew Yan Brenda [P], MOE, Singapore
  : The Practice of Citizenship Education Curriculum In Chinese University—— Peking University As An Example
Civics and Moral Education
By CHEN Chen [P], Peking University, China
  : Ethics and citizenship education 'down under'
Civics and Moral Education
By Andrea Mary MILLIGAN [P], Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
By Ruth REYNOLDS [P], University of Newcastle, Australia
NIE2-01-TR209
Paper
Cognition and Learning 1
  : Examining the learner profiles of self-regulated learning and psychological outcomes
Cognition and Learning
By Betsy NG [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Woon Chia LIU, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By John C. K. WANG, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : Brain activity during processes of teaching and learning
Cognition and Learning
By Yasufumi KURODA [P], Kyoto University of Education, Japan
By Naoko OKAMOTO [P], Ritsumeikan University, Japan
  : Exploring Differences in Motivation among Pre-Service Teacher Education Students in Bahrain as related to some demographic Variables
Cognition and Learning
By Adnan FARAH [P], Higher Education, Bahrain
NIE2-01-TR210
Paper
Curriculum Development 1
  : Designing and Developing the D&T Mechanism Resource Package for Secondary 3 students
Curriculum Development
By Xin Yi CHEN [P], Broadrick Secondary School, Singapore
By Wilson Swee Kiat TAY [P], Broadrick Secondary School, Singapore
By Salahudeen SAYED MOBARAK, Broadrick Secondary School, Singapore
  : Makerspaces: It looks like fun, but what are they learning?
Curriculum Development
By Michael TAN [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : Cyber Wellness Curriculum: What did students learn? What instructional pedagogies worked?
Curriculum Development
By LIEW Pei Chin [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By TAN Chuan Loo Esther [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By LIU Hung, Yuhua Primary School, Singapore
By Eddie TEO, Springdale Primary School, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR211
Paper
Early Childhood Education 1
  : Pedagogical Leadership in the Early Childhood Care and Education Context of Singapore
Early Childhood Education
By Sandra Pinhui WU [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : Factors influencing the parenting of Chinese preschoolers in Singapore
Early Childhood Education
By Joy Marie ANAND [P], NIE, Singapore
  : Trends and Issues in Professional Development for Early Childhood Educators: A Continual Professional Learning Perspective
Early Childhood Education
By S Sarspathi [P], Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
By PONNUSAMY Letchmi Devi, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR212
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Humanities and Social Studies Education 1
  : Engaging our 21st century learners through Inquiry
Humanities and Social Studies Education
By LIM Ruoh Wen Stephanie [P], Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road), Singapore
  : Flowingtomodernity_Interactive Trail
Humanities and Social Studies Education
By NAZERAH Mohamed Latif [P], Boon Lay Secondary School, Singapore
By SIM Siok Siok [P], Boon Lay Secondary School, Singapore
  : Personal Stories for the 21st Century YOU!
Humanities and Social Studies Education
By Lena LIM [P], Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Singapore
By LIM Peck Lin Shirlene, Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Singapore
By Stephanie ONG, Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR213
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IT in Education 1
  : A comparison of the effects of three gamification modes on student learning, perception and engagement during an immunology module
IT in Education
By Jeffrey LEE [P], Raffles Institution, Singapore
By LEE Mei Choo [P], Raffles Institution, Singapore
  : Enhancement of nursing students’ confidence level in critical thinking abilities with the introduction of gamification pedagogy
IT in Education
By CHONG Jun Meng Edmund [P], Ite College East, Singapore
By Sanjyogita Shri RAMMANI [P], Ite College East, Singapore
  : Use of Game-Based Learning (GBL) in the learning of the Digestive System in Biology
IT in Education
By Gerard CHAN [P], Kranji Secondary School, Singapore
By Liyana Filzah ANUAR [P], Kranji Secondary School, Singapore
By Karen WONG, Kranji Secondary School, Singapore
By Normala ALIAS, Kranji Secondary School, Singapore
By Nurul Izean NORMAN, Kranji Secondary School, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR312
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IT in Education 7
  : Does the provision of instant feedback afforded by Googledocs result in greater engagement of Secondary 3N Elective History students?
IT in Education
By KAM Eng Yee [P], Bendemeer Secondary School, Singapore
By Melissa YEO [P], Bendemeer Secondary School, Singapore
  : Using TPACK to enhance teaching of problem solving in elementary schools.
IT in Education
By Jemuel ONG [P], Beacon Primary School, Singapore
By NAZREEN Binte Mohamed Zulfakir [P], Beacon Primary School, Singapore
By Shixiong LUA, Beacon Primary School, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR214
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Language and Literacy Education 1
  : From the syllabus to the student: A case study of A-level English Literature using a hermeneutic phenomenological perspective
Language and Literacy Education
By LIM Jia Wei [P], University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  : Literature is Life, a tool to promote intercultural awareness for holistic development of teens in a neighbourhood secondary school.
Language and Literacy Education
By Noorjihan KARIM [P], RELC, Singapore
  : A Popular Culture Approach in Teaching Literature Classics
Language and Literacy Education
By CHIANG Wan Lin Angel [P], Serangoon Garden Secondary School, Singapore
NIE2-01-TR215
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Language and Literacy Education 4
  : Self-Regulated Strategy Development Instructions for Improving Primary Students’ Skills in Writing and 21st Century Learning
Language and Literacy Education
By Soe Marlar LWIN [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By YEE-CHEAM Mei Choo Michelle [P], Seng Kang Primary School, Singapore
  : Using rubrics to improve writing self-efficacy and performance
Language and Literacy Education
By Susan GWEE [P], English Language Institute of Singapore, Singapore
By Joanne KHAW [P], Methodist Girls' School (Primary), Singapore
By Vanithamani SARAVANAN [P], Methodist Girls' School (Primary), Singapore
By Fanny CHAN [P], Methodist Girls' School (Primary), Singapore
  : Understanding the Writing Processes and Difficulties in Chinese Narrative Writing among Lower Secondary Students in Singapore
Language and Literacy Education
By Limei ZHANG [P], Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
By Chee Kuen CHIN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
By Cheng GONG, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
By Boon Pei TAY, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR301
Paper
Language and Literacy Education 9
  : Logical Learning Progression in Guiding Students' Reading Comprehension Answering Techniques
Language and Literacy Education
By DU Hui Ying [P], Maha Bodhi School, Singapore
By DAI Gui Ping [P], Maha Bodhi School, Singapore
  : To read or not to read: The role of school in students' reading practices
Language and Literacy Education
By Shamala RAMAKRESININ [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : Oral Literacy: Anticipating & Answering Questions Effectively as a means to win support
Language and Literacy Education
By Edwin Wee Choon LIM [P], Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore
By Eileen TAN [P], Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore
By Nirmala ONG, Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore
By Sheila CHIA, Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore
By Shakeela BANU, Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR303
Paper
Language and Literacy Education 10
  : An Investigation of the Decline in the Adeptness in the Filipino Language of Filipino Youth Studying in Private Schools
Language and Literacy Education
By DE LA CRUZ Joseph Gallano [P], Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
By PACULAN Paolo Ven B. [P], Ateneo de Manila, Philippines
  : Tapping on prior knowledge to deepen understanding of abstract concepts
Language and Literacy Education
By Sophia ONG HUI [P], Woodlands Secondary School, Singapore
By Lechimi Devi RAMESH, Woodlands Secondary School, Singapore
By Mariam Bte SULIMAN, Woodlands Secondary School, Singapore
By Caleb Chee Ngai CHEONG, Woodlands Secondary School, Singapore
  : Critical Literacy: Evaluating Strategies for Impacting Young Learners’ Perspectives on the World
Language and Literacy Education
By Siti Zakiah AHMAD [P], Admiralty Primary School, Singapore
By Martin YAKABUSKI [P], British Council, Singapore
By Carolyn QIU [P], Admiralty Primary School, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR305
Paper
Mathematics Education 1
  : Improving students’ mathematical problem-solving processes using video explanations
Mathematics Education
By NG Lay Yen Jeline [P], St. Hilda's Primary School, Singapore
By Melissa CHEW, St. Hilda's Primary School, Singapore
  : Developing 21st Century Learners in Secondary Mathematics Classrooms
Mathematics Education
By Radha Devi OONNITHAN [P], Hai Sing Catholic School, Singapore
By THAM Mun Kin Edmund [P], Hai Sing Catholic School, Singapore
By RAFI B Mohamed Rais [P], Hai Sing Catholic School, Singapore
By FATEN Siddiqi Shahar, Hai Sing Catholic School, Singapore
  : Are you ready for the flipped classroom?
Mathematics Education
By KWEK Meek Lin [P], Raffles Girls' School (Secondary), Singapore
NIE3-01-TR311
Paper
21st Century Education
  : Development and Validation of a Set of 21st Century Competencies Student Assessment Rubrics
Others
By LIM Siew Yee [P], Crescent Girls\' School, Singapore
By THAM Chin Pang [P], Crescent Girls\' School, Singapore
By TAN Tze Yong [P], Crescent Girls\' School, Singapore
By TAN Chen Kee, Crescent Girls\' School, Singapore
By Linda SHEAR, Stanford Research Institute International, United States of America
By Deepa PATEL, Stanford Research Institute International , United States of America
By Gucci TRINIDAD, Stanford Research Institute International , United States of America
  : Knowledge in Political Education: What are the Effects of Motivational Predispositions and Cognitive Activation?
Others
By Georg WEISSENO [P], Karlsruhe University of Education, Germany
By Barbara-Kristin LANDWEHR, Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe, Germany
  : Future Learners Future Citizens Future Leaders
Others
By LIM Sheue Tyug [P], Meridian Primary School, Singapore
By TAN Hugue Hwan Stefane [P], Meridian Primary School, Singapore
By TAY Wan Boon Stephanie [P], Meridian Primary School, Singapore
By TEO Mei Geok, Meridian Primary School, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR306
Paper
School Change and Leadership 1
  : School leadership within Education for a New Era reform in Qatar: Four portraits of principals’ perceptions and practices
School Change and Leadership
By Asmaa ALFADALA [P], Qatar Foundation, Qatar
  : Leadership for curriculum innovation: A Deleuzian articulation
School Change and Leadership
By PONNUSAMY Letchmi Devi [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Liang See TAN, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : Cultivating Curriculum Leaders? - Exploring the Development of a Leadership Preparation Project in Taipei
School Change and Leadership
By Tzu-Bin LIN [P], National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
By Peiying CHEN, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
NIE2-01-TR216
Paper
Science Education 5
  : Impact of BingOhm on Students’ Achievement in Electric Circuits
Science Education
By Amante Tancueco AMA [P], Ateneo de Naga University, Philippines
By REGANIT Arnulfo Aaron, Ateneo de Naga University, Philippines
  : Co-constructing Concepts of Wave through the Use of Multiple Representations
Science Education
By Jie Yee LEE [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Kok Sing TANG, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Yong Ming SIM, Northbrooks Secondary School, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR307
Paper
Special Needs Education 2
  : Parental experiences in transitioning their children with autism spectrum disorder into mainstream primary schools
Special Needs Education
By LEE Pui Han [P], Pei Tong Primary School, Singapore
By Carol Soo Ching TAN, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By PONNUSAMY Letchmi Devi, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
  : A Study of Caregivers’ State of Well-being and Societal Support
Special Needs Education
By Ai-Girl TAN [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By CHUA Zi Joo Joycelyn [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR308
Paper
Student Performance and Assessment 1
  : Communicating Expectations through the use of ‘Criteria of Success’ via various forms of assessment for lower secondary art assignments
Student Performance and Assessment
By CHIA Ying [P], Serangoon Garden Secondary School, Singapore
By Nurhanani BTE SARFUDDIN [P], Serangoon Garden Secondary School, Singapore
  : Use of AfL to enhance Learning in the Humanities Essay Writing
Student Performance and Assessment
By BENNY Lim [P], Cedar Girls' Secondary School, Singapore
By Roy CHUA [P], Woodlands Ring Secondary School, Singapore
By TOH Jin Tian [P], Tampines Junior College, Singapore
  : : Monitoring students’ learning through formative assessment strategies- How do we know they have gotten it?
Student Performance and Assessment
By Shariffa Zubaidah CHISHTY [P], Fernvale Primary School, Singapore
By Yogeetha RAJAGOPAL [P], Fernvale Primary School, Singapore
By Jacquelin YEO [P], Fernvale Primary School, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR309
Paper
Teacher Quality and Teacher Development 1
  : Second career preservice teachers: Prior experiences, characteristics and perceived qualities
Teacher Quality and Teacher Development
By Denise BEUTEL [P], Queensland University of Technology, Australia
By Leanne CROSSWELL, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
By Rita RIKSAASEN, NTNU, Norway
  : The conceptualization and measurement of qualifications of primary and secondary school teachers in China
Teacher Quality and Teacher Development
By Jie HUANG [P], Shaanxi Normal University, China
By Yansong WANG, Shaanxi Normal University, China
By Xuqun YOU, Shaanxi Normal University, China
  : Using Classroom Corpus for Teachers’ Reflective Practice and Professional Development
Teacher Quality and Teacher Development
By TAY May Yin [P], English Language Institute of Singapore, Singapore
By TEO Chin Soon Peter, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By HONG Huaqing, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
By CAO Feng, National University Of Singapore, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR304
Paper
Visual and Performing Arts 3
  : Think Contemporary :: Museum-based Education for Primary Schools
Visual and Performing Arts
By Shirley KHNG [P], Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
By Haryana Md DOM [P], Geylang Methodist Primary School, Singapore
By Nikki YEO [P], Haig Girls' School, Singapore
  : An evaluation of the integration of the Art and Work Education subjects into a combined and more meaningful course offering
Visual and Performing Arts
By Pena Clarissa Osi LLANERA [P], Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
  : Cultivating Thought-fullness through a Multi-Disciplinary Approach in the Arts
Visual and Performing Arts
By Rebecca KAN [P], Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, Singapore
By Ernest LIM [P], Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, Singapore
By Alvin TAN [P], Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, Singapore
By HO Hui May, Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, Singapore
NIE3-01-TR310
Paper
Visual and Performing Arts 1
  : Knowledge Transfer in a Self-Financed Associate Degree Music Programme: Limited Resources, Good Practices, and the Beyond
Visual and Performing Arts
By Martin LEE [P], The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
  : Personalised Curriculum and the General Music Programme at Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore : A Preliminary Report
Visual and Performing Arts
By Gary LAYCOCK [P], Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore
NIE7-01-LT2
Symposium
:Hong Kong Perspectives on Citizenship Education: Looking back from the ‘Occupy Central’ Pro-Democracy Movement
Civics and Moral Education
By LEUNG Yan Wing [C], The Hong Kong Institute of Hong Kong , China
By Carole HAHN [D], Emory University , United States of America
SYM010a : Civic Education of Hong Kong in an Era of Post Anti-National Education Movement and Umbrella Movement
By LEUNG Yan Wing [P], The Hong Kong Institute of Hong Kong, China
SYM010b : Hong Kong youth attitude to Protest activities
By KUANG Xiaoxue, Snow [P], Center of Governance and Citizenship, China
SYM010c : The Role of Hong Kong Schools in Promoting Students' Future Civic Engagement: A Mixed-Method Approach
By AU Wai Chun, Cherry [P], SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School, Hong Kong
NIE3-01-LT8
Symposium
:Understanding and Teaching At-Risk Students
Cognition and Learning
By Rachel LAM [C], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
By Kalthom AHMAD [D], Ministry of Education , Singapore
SYM021a : Predicting Academic Risk Status of Secondary Students in Singapore
By Imelda CALEON, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By CHIAM Ching Leen, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Jennifer Pei-Ling TAN, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Ronnel KING, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
By TAN Chee Soon, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Ma. Glenda L. WUI, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Rachel LAM, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM021b : Singapore secondary school teachers’ understanding about at-risk students and classroom practice: A qualitative inquiry
By Li Yi WANG, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Jen Yi LI, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM021c : A Programme for Primary 5 Pupils with Reading Difficulties
By TAN Chee Soon, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By SEAH Chin Yi, Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School, Singapore
By TAN ZHENG XIN Jason, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By LEONG Shengyu, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By FOO Diana Li Chen, Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School, Singapore
NIE5-01-LT12
Symposium
:Equity and Excellence in Singapore Secondary Schools
Educational Policies and Practices
By S. GOPINATHAN [C], National University Of Singapore , Singapore
By Jim ALBRIGHT [D], University of Newcastle , Australia
SYM049a : Inclusion and Differentiation: The Case of a Madrasah Secondary School
By Noorisham SANIF [P], Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri Al Islamiah, Singapore
By Rifhan MILLER, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM049b : Demythifying Deficit-Based Pedagogies: The Case of Spectra Secondary
By Christopher CHEE [P], Spectra Secondary School, Singapore
By Rifhan MILLER, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM049c : ‘Bridges and Ladders’: The Paradox of Equity (and Inequity) in Excellence
By Maria MANZON [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By KWEK Beng Kiat Dennis [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Jim ALBRIGHT [P], University of Newcastle, Australia
By S. GOPINATHAN, National University Of Singapore, Singapore
NIE7-01-LT3
Symposium
:Physical Education Teachers – Some Thoughts for Change
Educational Policies and Practices
By CHOW Jia Yi [C], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
By CHOW Jia Yi [D], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
SYM028a : Is there really a need to redesign PE pedagogy? A critical examination of Physical Education in Singapore
By Mohammed Azhar YUSOF [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM028b : A test of interactive effects of differential learning and autonomy support on novel skills learning outcomes.
By KEE Ying Hwa [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By CHOW Jia Yi, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Lung Hung CHEN, National Taiwan Spot University, Taiwan
SYM028c : Effects of breakfast and exercise on academic and cognitive performance in Singapore youth
By Stephen BURNS [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Masato KAWABATA, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Kerry LEE, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By CHOO Hui Cheng, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR708
Symposium
:The Role of Experience in Language Learning and Processing
Language and Literacy Education
By YIN Bin [C], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
By Angel LIN [D], The University of Hong Kong , Hong Kong
SYM041a : Investigating Singapore Bilingual Students’ Grammar Knowledge in Nominal and Verbal Domains
By YIN Bin [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM041b : Infant child-directed speech and language development
By ONNIS Luca [P], Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
SYM041c : Tuning the ear and the eye by tongue: Linguistic adaptation, inter-sensory perception, and cross-modal learning
By STYLES Suzy [P], Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR713
Symposium
:Current Trends in Literature Teaching: Perspectives from Philippines, Singapore, and Western Australia
Language and Literacy Education
By Suzanne CHOO [C], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
By LOH Chin Ee [D], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
SYM035a : Paradigm shifts in Literature teaching: A Western Australian perspective
By Marnie O'NEILL [P], The University of Western Australia, Australia
SYM035b : Southeast Asian Literature in the Philippines: Cultural Engagements in the Classroom
By Lily Rose TOPE [P], University of the Philippines, Philippines
SYM035c : From the cultural to the aesthetic imagination: Trends in literature education in Singapore
By Suzanne CHOO [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR707
Symposium
:Impacting the teaching of Mathematics through games.
Mathematics Education
By Jesmine LIM [C], Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School , Singapore
By GOH Ai Ling [D], Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School , Singapore
By LIM Sock Har [D], Singapore Chinese Girls' School , Singapore
SYM051a : Impacting the teaching of Mathematics through games.
By GOH Ai Ling [P], Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School, Singapore
By Sheralyn LIM [P], Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School, Singapore
By Jesmine LIM, Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School, Singapore
By WONG See Wan, Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School, Singapore
SYM051b : Impacting the teaching of Mathematics through the design and playing of board games.
By LIM Sock Har [P], Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Singapore
By LI Rui [P], Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Singapore
By KOH Mei Ling Winnie [P], Singapore Chinese Girls' School, Singapore
NIE2-01-LT5
Symposium
:Studying the variations of Lesson Study in Singapore schools: Implications for sustainability
Others
By Christina LIM-RATNAM [C], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
By KUNO Hiroyuki [D], Nagoya University , Japan
SYM031a : Examining the landscape of Lesson Study implementation across Singapore
By Christina LIM-RATNAM, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Akhila SUDARSHAN, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By LEE Kim Eng Christine, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM031b : Sustainability of Lesson Study as a school wide teacher professional development programme in a Singapore school
By Christina LIM-RATNAM, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Akhila SUDARSHAN, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM031c : Teachers’ Chances: How lesson study helps teachers grow professionally in one secondary school in Singapore
By JIANG Heng, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By LEE Kim Eng Christine, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By TAN Mei Yin, Singapore Chinese Girls' Primary School, Singapore
NIE2-01-LT6
Symposium
:Impact of the AST 5C Professional Development Instructional Model
Teacher Quality and Teacher Development
By CHEW Charles [C], Ministry of Education , Singapore
By GOH Sao Ee [D], Ministry of Education , Singapore
SYM015a : Conceptual Framework of the AST 5C Professional Development Instructional Model for Teachers’ Professional Growth
By CHEW Charles [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By MICHAEL Anthony Andrew [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By LEE Siew Lin, Ministry of Education, Singapore
By GOH Sao Ee, Ministry of Education, Singapore
SYM015b : Efficacy of the AST 5C Professional Development Instructional Model
By LEE Siew Lin [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By GOH Sao Ee [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By CHEW Charles, Ministry of Education, Singapore
By MICHAEL Anthony Andrew, Ministry of Education, Singapore
NIE3-01-LT9
Symposium
:Bridging Arts Education Research and Arts Education Practices (a symposium)
Visual and Performing Arts
By Alfredo BAUTISTA [C], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
By Eugene DAIRIANATHAN [D], National Institute Of Education , Singapore
SYM018a : Music Education Research Projects on Classroom Practices and Professional Development at STAR
By CHUA Siew Ling [P], Singapore Teachers' Academy of the aRts, Singapore
SYM018b : Reviewing Music Education Research within NIE
By Alfredo BAUTISTA [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Joanne WONG, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
SYM018c : ITP and Beginner Art Teachers
By KEHK Bee Lian, National Institute Of Education, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR710Workshop
:An empirical analysis of primary and secondary schools whether need to establish specialized course of civic education
Civics and Moral Education
By Yihai ZHANG [P], Zhengzhou University, China
NIE7-01-TR715Workshop
:Pedagogy of Empowerment for Values In Action
Civics and Moral Education
By Siva Gopal THAIYALAN, Ministry of Education, Singapore
NIE3-B1-21 (IT Lab 3-1)Workshop
:Integration of ICT in the teaching of fieldwork using the IBL approach
Humanities and Social Studies Education
By TAN Shu Fen [P], Bedok North Secondary School, Singapore
NIE3-B1-22 (IT Lab 3-1)Workshop
:Teamwork matters! A teamwork competency awareness workshop
IT in Education
By Helen HONG [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By Elizabeth KOH [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
By SHIBANI Antonette [P], National Institute Of Education, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR718Workshop
:Reciprocal Teaching plus(+): Developing Active Reading Comprehension Skills through Inquiry
Language and Literacy Education
By Andrea YAP [P], Temasek Secondary School, Singapore
By Jaya (jay) PILLAI, Temasek Secondary School, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR721Workshop
:The Making of wRiteFormula: Issues and Considerations for a Chemistry Nomenclature Mobile App
Science Education
By CHIA Pei Xian [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By Zachary KANG [P], Raffles Institution, Singapore
By THONG Chee Hing [P], Ministry of Education, Singapore
By TAN Chee Keng [P], Ngee Ann Secondary School, Singapore
By Kevin Andrew THESMAN [P], Ang Mo Kio Secondary School, Singapore
By Faridah ABDUL GAPOR [P], Peicai Secondary School, Singapore
By LIM Chui Ling [P], Peicai Secondary School, Singapore
NIE7-01-TR722Workshop
:Reimagining Effective Pedagogy as Learning for Resilient Agency
Teacher Quality and Teacher Development
By USHER Adam [P], Victoria University, Australia
NIE7-01-TR712Workshop
:Enhance learning with Differentiated Instructions using customized Art Resource Booklet
Visual and Performing Arts
By Grace LIM [P], Bedok View Secondary School, Singapore
By SYAZWAN Ibrahim [P], Bedok View Secondary School, Singapore
By Nurul Huda FARID [P], Bedok View Secondary School, Singapore
By GOH Lay Fang Christina [P], Bedok View Secondary School, Singapore