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📒Singapore S Education System Myth And Reality ✍ Rodney King
✏Singapore s Education System Myth and Reality Book Summary : A critique of Singapore's claims to having a world-class education system.
📒The Singapore Legal System ✍ Kevin Tan
✏The Singapore Legal System Book Summary : This is the second edition of the highly successful book first published in 1989. However, it has been extensively revised in content and updated: Eight out of 14 chapters are new including chapters such as The Constitutional Framework of Powers, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and The Singapore Legal System and International Law; and the law on all subjects has been updated.
📒Text In Education And Society ✍ Desmond Allison
✏Text in Education and Society Book Summary : The central place of ?text? as a means of organising language in order to construct what people come to think of as ?knowledge? is a phenomenon affecting all educators, students, and citizens of modern societies. This volume offers various voices and perspectives including those of Ron Carter and Michael Halliday on the role of text in education and society. The chapters on text in education explore some ways in which texts can create bonds or raise barriers between educational knowledge and common-sense knowledge, while the chapters on text in society focus on how personalities and societies are themselves constructed through texts. Learning to unpack texts, and to consider alternatives, is a crucial goal for education and growth, especially so in the context of fast-changing contemporary societies.This book should be of special interest to educators, students of language, and readers interested in the dynamic relationship between text, education and society.
📒The Myth Of Accountability ✍ Eric S. Glover
✏The Myth of Accountability Book Summary : School improvement that is reliant on accountability is a myth based upon falsehoods and wrong assumptions. Public educations increased dependence on this foundation for school reform and change has failed both students and teachers. The fact remains that people who create education policy do not understand what is best for individual students and classrooms. Their devised curriculum standards are, in actuality, curriculum limits that prevent students from creating successful personal and academic futures because they thwart any natural learning exploration. As such, these market-inspired, externally-motivated standards limit higher-level learning. Instead of treating students and teachers as subjects to be actively engaged in learning, accountability systems treat students and teachers like objects to be manipulated by training. By presenting the lead-teach-learn triad, Eric Glover s The Myth of Accountability discusses the pitfalls of accountability systems in schools, while also investigating how schools have somehow managed to improve in spite of their negative influences. In order to evolve school reform, Glover introduces the concept of developmental empowerment in order to frame how school participants must view themselves as perpetually changing learners and systematically update school reform. Through open inquiry, Glover encourages educators to challenge the standardization and accountability practices that limit children s futures."
📒A Sense Of History ✍ National University of Singapore. Library
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📒Myth And Reality ✍ Amit Kumar Gupta
✏Myth and Reality Book Summary : Papers presented at a symposium organized by the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi, Feb. 13-17, 1984.
📒The Handbook Of Educational Linguistics ✍ Bernard Spolsky
✏The Handbook of Educational Linguistics Book Summary : The Handbook of Educational Linguistics is a dynamic, scientifically grounded overview revealing the complexity of this growing field while remaining accessible for students, researchers, language educators, curriculum developers, and educational policy makers. A single volume overview of educational linguistics, written by leading specialists in its many relevant fields Takes into account the diverse theoretical foundations, core themes, major findings, and practical applications of educational linguistics Highlights the multidisciplinary reach of educational linguistics Reflects the complexity of this growing field, whilst remaining accessible to a wide audience
📒Going To School In East Asia ✍ Gerard A. Postiglione
✏Going to School in East Asia Book Summary : The educational systems of seventeen East Asian countries are examined in this volume for students and researchers, including a timeline of educational developments and a "day in the life feature," a personal account of what it's like to attend school in that country.
📒The Sociology Of Singapore Religion ✍ J. R. Clammer
✏The Sociology of Singapore Religion Book Summary :