NIE Research Brief Series is now available online

NIE Research Brief Series is now available online

Date
Thursday, 05 February 2015

NIE Research Brief Series is now available online

The latest series of the NIE Research Brief Series is now out.

RB14-001
Design for Scalability: From a Class Intervention to a Level Intervention
By Chee-Kit Looi, Peter Seow, Gean Chia, Misong Kim, Lung-Hsiang Wong and Daner Sun
For more information about the project, please click here.

RB14-002
Understanding and Profiling Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Development Patterns
By Joyce Hwee Ling Koh, Chai Ching Sing and Tay Lee Yong
For more information about the project, please click here.

RB14-003
New Media Literacy of School Students in Singapore
By Chen Der-Thanq Victor, Li Jen-Yi, Lin Tzu-Bin, Lee Ling and Ye Xiaoxuan
For more information about the project, please click here. 

RB14-004
An Investigation of Nonlinear Pedagogy and its Application in Singapore Schools
By Chow Jia Yi, Clara Tan Wee Keat, Miriam Lee Chang Yi and Chris Button
For more information about the project, please click here. 

RB14-005
Building an Evidence-base for teacher Education: Phase I (Pedagogical characterization of an initial teacher education classroom)
By Low Ee Ling, Ng Pak Tee, Hui Chenri and Lin Huiling Jane
For more information about the project, please click here. 

RB14-006
Implicit Social Cognition as a Predictor of Academic Performance
By Manu Kapur and Cvencek Dario
For more information about the project, please click here.

About NIE Research Brief Series
The NIE Research Brief Series was conceived as a channel for communicating NIE’s research findings to policymakers, school leaders and researchers. The Research Briefs are aimed at research-to-practice translation, that is, the dissemination, implementation and diffusion of research findings that impact policy and practice. By clearly articulating the research in terms of its implications for policy and teaching practice, we hope to inform decisions on education in Singapore.

If you have any feedback regarding the research briefs, please email: haryanti.sazali@nie.edu.sg

To access the complete list of research briefs, please visit: http://www.nie.edu.sg/research-publications/nie-research-brief-series