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Concurrent Session Proceedings

List of COncurrent Session presentations & Materials

Concurrent Session I: 3pm to 3.40pm

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School/Organization

Title

Slides/Materials

1

Hannah Chia

Centre for Strategic Futures, Strategy Group, Prime Minister’s Office

Future Trends & Implications for Education in Singapore

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2

Ng E-Hong,                       Noraidee Binte Abdul Sukor

St. Andrews Junior College

Oral Presentation - Let's Assess

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3

Rachel Pang,                           Nina Chun

Raffles Girls’ School

Effective Pedagogies in the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry

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4

Yeo Puay Hong,                   Leung Hui Leng

Raffles Girls’ School

A Hands-On Introduction to Arduinos in Schools

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5

Aliah Shariff

Raffles Girls’ School

Inquiry-Based Strategies in A Humanities Classroom

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6

Stella Picca,                   Malyanah Bte Mawar

Raffles Girls’ School

Writing the Local

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7

Azahar Noor

Raffles Girls’ School

Maximizing Impact on Student Learning

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8

Syazwani Amrun

Raffles Girls’ School

Creating a Positive and Joyful Learning Environment in our Classrooms

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9

Arfah Bte Buang (SST), Aurelius Yeo (SST), Shasikumaran (ESS),           Siew Chin Hoong Addie (ESS),                               Chiu Wee Meng (NYGH)

School of Science & Technology (SST), Edgefield Secondary School (ESS), Nanyang Girls’ High Sch. (NGHS)

Harnessing 1:1 - Inter-school Sharing on “Curriculum Design”

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10

Tan Wei Lun,                       Adrian Yao Zhi Wei

Catholic High School

Infusing Parallel Curriculum Model into the Teaching of Electricity in Lower Secondary Science

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11

Masturah Abdul Aziz,              Tan Yen  Chuan

Raffles Girls’ School

The Role of a Professional Learning Community in Enhancing Teaching and Learning

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12

Lim Ai Khim

Raffles Girls’ School

Investigating Active Learning in a Biology Classroom through an inquiry Approach for High Ability Learners

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13

Chang Chiou Yen,           Maegan-Ruth Tan Hui En, Treruangrachada Anantaya Kylin

Raffles Girls’ School

Student Voice: Joy of Learning…and Teaching Too!

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Concurrent Session II: 3.45pm to 4.25pm

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School/Organization

Title

Slides/Materials

1

Piroon Sirisakdi,                  Yenrutai Jongtanom

Rajinibon School, Bangkok, Thailand

Using Lesson Study to Develop Health Literacy Learning Units for G.1-G.12 Students in Rajinibon School, Bangkok, Thailand.

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2

Lucille Yap

Raffles Girls’ School

The HOOK of Visible Thinking in the Learning Process

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3

Kirsten Negapatan,              Celine Jessica Tan,                   Irene Guo

Raffles Girls’ School

Student Voice: Building a Culture of Student-Led Discussion

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4

Mak Wai Ling,                     Roslinda Chan

Raffles Girls’ School

The Effectiveness of Inquiry-Based Approach for Differentiation in Lower Secondary Humanities

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5

Choo Li Lin,                    Masturah Abdul Aziz

Raffles Girls’ School

A Cross-Disciplinary Study of Engagement in Teachers' Research Articles

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6

Tan-Thum Kum Chee

Raffles Girls’ School

Designing a Unit using Gifted Education Criteria and Standards

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7

Chris Slatter

Nanyang Girls’ High School

Making Thinking Visible in the Science Classroom

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8

Lim Er Yang (RGS),           Thomas Jeremy Lee (RGS), Carol Goh (AS),                         Puah Tian Peng (AS)

Raffles Girls’ School, Admiralty Secondary

Harnessing 1:1 - Inter-school sharing on “Tools We Used in Class”

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9

Khng Umay, Angela Tan

Raffles Girls’ School

Visible Thinking Routines to Facilitate Scientific Thinking

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10

Vivien Willame,                    Safiah bte Ani,            Kumbalingam Uthaman,           Lee Hwee Ling,                             Li Junxian

Raffles Girls’ School

Aesthetics/Mother Tongue Teachers' Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Year 3 Learning Journey Experiences

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11

Sarah Esther Goldman,   Rabiatul Adawiyah,          Rachael Foo

Raffles Girls’ School

Student Voice: Uncovering the Singapore Spirit

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12

Chang Chiou Yen,                       Koh King Koon

Raffles Girls’ School

Self-Regulated Learning: What It Can Look Like

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13

Nuraini Abdul Gapor, Nurashikin Hanafi,             Fadhilah Ramlee

Raffles Girls’ School

Portfolio Assessment in Higher Malay Language

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