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Technology in classrooms

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Education Minister Appeals to Singapore Teachers on the Proper Use of ICT As technology finds its way into quality learning in Singapore, Education Minister Heng Swee Keat appeals to teachers to use technology in an effective and meaningful way. On his announcement on Facebook over the weekend, […]

A New JC in Bishan area in 2017

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Bishan is once again in the limelight as the area welcomes a new junior college in 2017. The new school will be open for students from 3 Integrated Programme (IP) and will sit right at the junction of Sin Ming Avenue and Marymount Road. The plans to […]

13-Year Old Student dies after PE lesson

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It was a nightmare for Temasek Junior College to let go of one of its students after he felt terribly bad and fainted during their Physical Education class. The 13 year-old student was rushed to the nearest hospital by the ambulance right after the accident but was […]

Polytechnic Foundation Program

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Fast forward Do you feel that five years of the N-levels education is too long compared to the four years of O-levels? Some people think so. And they are not just students who are getting impatient about graduation. They are professional educators from polytechnics. They have rolled […]

Education policy changes in 2013

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A time for change It seems that the tiny nation Singapore is not satisfied with her status as a country with one of the best education systems in the world. Such dissatisfaction should be applauded. In fact, in the eyes of students and parents in Singapore, the […]

Singaporean students Bags the Top 5 Place in the Last PISA Exam

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It’s a great honor for Education Minister Heng Swee Keat to announce that the current PISA or Programme for International Student Assessment was a success for Singaporean students, having ranked among the top 5 highest scorers from 510,000 examinees all over the world. Mr. Heng is so […]

Recrafting of PSLE questions to promote learning

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As part of the continuing effort to further improve the education system in Singapore, PSLE or Primary Six Leaving Examination was revised to further challenge students to show what they have learned. The minor alteration was made public by Education Minister Heng Swee Keat in his Facebook […]

Ministry of Education promotes applied and lifelong learning

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In early November 2013, Singapore’s Education Minister Heng Swee Keat stressed the importance of applied and lifelong learning. And he added that in the years to come, Singapore’s education system will undergo a radical transformation, whereby students will not only acquire knowledge and skills in schools but […]

Tasks and Responsibilities of Tutors

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If you are exploring a career in tutoring, there are many things to be aware of before embarking down this journey. One of these is all of the various tasks and responsibilities that a tutor has, in addition to just helping a student learn subject material. A […]

MOE provides support for teachers

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The development of a country is intrinsically linked to the educational attainment of its citizens, which is why it is important for governments to invest in educational institutes and provide ample support to teachers. And this is exactly what the Singapore government, through the Ministry of Education […]

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