National Institute of Education
In partnership with the National Institute of Education Singapore (NIE), Routledge Education are offering you free access to the specially selected articles from these three NIE journals:
- Asia Pacific Journal of Education
- Pedagogies: an International Journal
- Learning: Research and Practice
The National Institute of Education Singapore (NIE) is the only teacher education institute for teachers in Singapore. NIE offers all levels of teacher education, ranging from initial teacher preparation, to graduate and in-service programmes, and courses for serving teachers, department heads, vice-principals and principals.
Please enjoy free access to these articles until the end of December 2019.
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Asia Pacific Journal of Education
Free access to these Top Articles from Asia Pacific Journal of Education.
Asia Pacific Journal of Education focuses on education policy and governance, curriculum and pedagogy, and the everyday lives and practices of school leaders/management, educators and students with relevance to Asia and the Pacific region.
|Educating for twenty-first century competencies and future-ready learners: research perspectives from Singapore||Jennifer Pei-Ling Tan, Suzanne S. Choo, Trivina Kang, Gregory Arief D. Liem|
|Improving learning opportunities for special education needs (SEN) students by engaging pre-service science teachers in an informal experiential learning course||Da Yeon Kang, Sonya N. Martin|
|Rethinking “Brain Drain” in the Era of Globalisation||Fazal Rizvi|
|Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory in the context of globalization||Simon Marginson, Thi Kim Anh Dang|
|Professional learning communities: research and practices across six educational systems in the Asia-Pacific region||Nicholas Sun-Keung Pang, Ting Wang|
Pedagogies: An International Journal
Free access to these Top Articles from Pedagogies: an International Journal.
Pedagogies: An International Journal provides a forum for discussions on how educators might improve teaching and learning in formal and informal settings. It brings together emergent and groundbreaking work on pedagogy in response to transforming communities and student bodies, new knowledge and forms of communication. Articles range from analyses, discussions, debates, reviews and studies of the most tenacious and perennial educational issues such as teaching to diversity, innovative engagements with new technologies, new repertoires of teacher practice, and preparation of students for emergent forms of civic, workplace, and community life.
|Building bridges: coauthoring a class handshake, building a classroom community||Maureen P. Boyd, Christopher J. Jarmark & Brian Edmiston
|Uncomfortable pedagogy: experiential learning as an anthropological encounter in the Asia-Pacific||Julius Bautista|
|Conceptual play and science inquiry: using the 5E instructional model||Josephine M. Shireen Desouza|
|Attempting arts integration: secondary teachers’ experiences with spoken word poetry l”||Wendy R. Williams|
Learning: Research and Practice
Free access to these Top Articles from Learning: Research and Practice.
Learning: Research and Practice aims to be the journal of choice for empirically supported learning theorisations that challenge the existing view. The intent is to support distinct and progressive research that responds to the problems of current educational practices and traditional views of learning. It seeks to publish articles that introduce innovative perspectives in due recognition of the intellectual history of the field, and grounded in empirically supported investigations of learning processes and outcomes.
|Distributed practice in classroom inquiry science learning||Vanessa Svihla, Michael J. Wester & Marcia C. Linn
|Why STEM? Why now? Educating for technologies, or technologies for education?||Michael Tan|
|Understanding idea flow: applying learning analytics in discourse||Alwyn Vwen Yen Lee & Seng Chee Tan
|A mindful inquiry towards transformative curriculum vision for inclusive mathematics education||Bal Chandra Luitel|