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NIE Postgraduate & Continuing Education Fair 2019

    Join us at the NIE Postgraduate & Continuing Education Fair 2019, on Saturday, 11 May 2019, 10am to 4pm at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Level 3 Summit 2 for a series of exciting and informative activities on our higher degree and professional development programmes and courses that are suitable for both teachers and working professionals passionate about lifelong learning!

    Be part of our 'Learning Differently, Leading Change' journey.

     

    Goodie bags* are given to all registrants at our Registration booth at the venue.

     *while stocks last and limited to one redemption per registrant only

    You will get the opportunity to learn more about the programmes that we offer to both teachers and non-teachers. You will also be able to meet the programme leaders, staff members and graduate students from each Academic Group at the event.

    Our comprehensive range of higher degree and professional development programmes and courses are run by the following 12 Academic Groups (AG) in NIE.

    • Asian Languages and Cultures
    • Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
    • Early Childhood and Special Needs Education
    • English Language and Literature
    • Humanities and Social Studies Education
    • Learning Sciences and Technologies
    • Mathematics and Mathematics Education
    • Natural Sciences and Science Education
    • Physical Education and Sports Science
    • Policy and Leadership Studies
    • Psychological Studies
    • Visual and Performing Arts

     

    Don't know what to expect at the fair? Watch the video below!




  • Asian Languages and Cultures Academic Group (ALC)
    ALC which comprises three divisions: namely, the Chinese, Malay and Tamil Divisions, aims to produce excellent educators and researchers who are devoted to mother tongue language education for the nation by laying a firm academic scholarship for mother tongue language teachers and equipping them with relevant pedagogical and IT skills, curriculum design, innovation and evaluation, as well as up-to-date knowledge and skills in education research.

    Committed to providing strategic responses to the ever-changing trend in language learning and teaching, ALC also offers Master of Arts in Teaching Chinese as an International Language (MATCIL) programme. This programme aims to train educators who are bilingual in both English and Chinese to teach Chinese as a foreign/international language in countries where Chinese is not the dominant language.

     

    Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Academic Group (CTL)
    CTL is committed to developing curriculum leaders and educators who are leading curriculum change and innovation not just in our mainstream schools but also amongst polytechnic lecturers, health educators and pre-school educators.

    CTL is devoted to scholarship, inquiry and praxis grounded in an understanding of epistemological, ontological and pedagogical theories and issues. We provide our students with foundations for curriculum thinking, decision-making, design, implementation and evaluation based on these theories and issues to ensure that their understanding is well grounded and responsive to diverse learner needs, the demands of teaching and learning contexts, various aspects of assessments and the social purposes of education.

     

    Early Childhood and Special Needs Education Academic Group (ECSE)
    ECSE comprises three specialisations in education, namely, Early Childhood, High Ability Studies and Special Education. Programmes and courses conducted by ECSE are concerned with understanding the emotional and social development of children, and with providing meaningful and relevant educational programmes and experiences to help them adjust to school and later on, to society at large.

    The Early Childhood specialisation focuses on understanding of child development and early childhood education. The High Ability Studies specialisation creates a platform to enhance educators’ knowledge, ideas and best practices at educating and developing the talent of high ability learners. The Special Education specialisation promotes professional competence in special education by providing knowledge-based theory, practice and research.

     

    English Language and Literature Academic Group (ELL)
    ELL focuses on research and education in the areas of English Language, Linguistics and Literature. We provide a rigorous and intellectually-challenging yet practice-relevant English education and have a research culture that embraces diversity and multidisciplinary perspectives. Our faculty consists of international scholars engaged in cutting-edge research in a wide variety of areas. Focusing on the theory-practice nexus in education, we are committed to developing and mentoring critically engaged, socially responsible, knowledgeable, and passionate English educators for the 21st century classroom.

    At the Higher Degree level, we offer research programmes leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Arts (Research), as well as coursework programmes leading to a Master of Arts (Applied Linguistics) and Master of Education (English). Participants may also opt for the Doctor of Education (EdD) programme with a specialisation in English.

     

    Humanities and Social Studies Education Academic Group (HSSE)
    HSSE constantly engages in both educational and discipline-related research to meet the needs of educators in the knowledge-based economy of the 21st century. HSSE is primarily responsible for the professional preparation and development of teachers in the following subject areas: Primary and Secondary Social Studies, Geography, History, Economics, Elements of Office Administration, and Accounting.

     

    Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group (LST)
    LST focuses on understanding learning in social-cultural contexts with the goal of designing and integrating learning environments and technologies. LST is concerned with understanding the relationships between theory and practice and adopts a variety of methodologies, including reflection-in-action, action research, and design experiments for the advancement of its research and teaching. We seek to provide a bridge between learning and instructional design, and to mediate the design process as both an art and a science.

     

    Mathematics and Mathematics Education Academic Group (MME)
    MME is committed to developing scholars of mathematics as well as mathematics education researchers and professionals. It comprises highly committed and dedicated academics from different backgrounds and experience in mathematics and mathematics education. Apart from constantly seeking new and innovative ways of delivering mathematics content and pedagogy courses in an effort to develop best practices, MME also engages in research in mathematics education and various fields of mathematics to meet the needs of scholars and educators within a rapidly changing and increasingly technological environment.

     

    Natural Sciences and Science Education Academic Group (NSSE)
    NSSE integrates several science content and pedagogical disciplines with a strong multidisciplinary approach to teaching and research. With this integration, disciplinary barriers between the sciences and related pedagogies are removed to pave the way for greater interaction and teamwork among academics and students alike.

    Research by biologists, chemists and physicists in NSSE is centred on many areas of current cutting-edge science such as agrobiotechnology, plasma physics, biological chemistry and materials science, while the science educators focus mainly on maximising the potential of every child with research on students’ learning approaches, problem-solving skills and new pedagogies in science.

     

    Physical Education and Sports Science Academic Group (PESS)
    PESS offers a variety of programmes in Physical Education & Sports Science and Sport Science & Management.

    With state-of-the-art facilities and well-qualified local and international academic staff, PESS provides a holistic and unparalleled learning experience that prepares graduate students for career advancements in the field of PE and Sports Science.

    We have three graduate programmes offered to PE and sport professionals who would like to enhance their career and research in the related fields:

    • Master of Science (Exercise and Sport Studies)
    • Master of Science (Research)
    • Doctor of Philosophy

     

    Policy and Leadership Studies Academic Group (PLS)
    PLS aims to contribute to the development of school leaders and educators by providing a platform for them to discover a nexus of theory and practice and enhance their capacity to take their schools to new heights of excellence.

    Committed to providing insights that may be translated into inputs for policy making and beneficial practices on the ground, PLS hopes to prepare school leaders and educators to meet emerging challenges in education with purpose and confidence.

    PLS offers postgraduate programmes at both Master’s (Master of Arts in Educational Management) and Doctoral level (EdD and PhD).

     

    Psychological Studies Academic Group (PS)
    PS comprises a team of educators and psychologists passionate about the application of psychology to the art of education. In this era of globalisation and the rapid proliferation of knowledge and technology, schools and individuals have to cope with change and be able to see new promises and challenges.

    Psychology is an integrative discipline to help us advance our understanding of human thought and behavior to help people cope, adapt and learn at their best. We also learn and collaborate with scientists and educators in diverse fields such as early childhood, special education, learning sciences, prevention science, cognitive science and the education of specific disciplines (e.g., language, mathematics and science education).

    We believe in mentoring, building people and creating learning communities and networks that will enable our educators, counsellors and aspiring specialists to not only to acquire professional knowledge, skills and competence but also form lasting interest groups to support their professional lives and practices.

     

    Visual and Performing Arts Academic Group (VPA)
    VPA which comprises skilled faculty in Drama, Music and Visual Art, provides educators with relevant theoretical discussion, engaged artistic practice and innovative arts-based pedagogy for constructing and conducting dynamic learning experiences in arts education.

    All VPA programmes are designed to equip educators with the knowledge, skills and experience they need to teach, facilitate and steer learning in, through and about the arts. These are done through theoretical seminars, practical workshops, performances and exhibitions, field-work and critical reflection.

    The aim is to encourage educators to develop a vibrant and cutting-edge landscape of arts education in Singapore schools, incorporating key attributes of thinking and learning that characterise students of the 21st century.

  • Attend our masterclass sharing sessions designed by our Academic Groups and SkillsFuture Singapore just for you!

    Room 336

    • SkillsFuture Advice (please register for the talk here)
      e2i Singapore and South West CDC (in representation of SkillsFuture Singapore)
    • The Humanities and a Sustainable Future
      Humanities and Social Studies Education (HSSE) Academic Group
    • Empowering Others and Being Empowered by Others
      Early Childhood and Special Needs Education (ECSE) Academic Group
    • Future-ready Learning: Developing Critical Thinking and Analytical Skills through Discourse Studies
      English Language and Literature (ELL) Academic Group
    • Enabling 3 Critical Habits of Mind
      Early Childhood and Special Needs Education (ECSE) Academic Group
    • Suffering Entropy? Professionals and Open-mindedness
      Policy and Leadership Studies (PLS) Academic Group
    • Recognising Talent in the Young and Challenging Them with Picture Books
      Early Childhood and Special Needs Education (ECSE) Academic Group

    Room 334

    • Postgraduate Programmes in Physical Education and Sport Science
      Physical Education and Sports Science (PESS) Academic Group
    • Be a 21st Century Mathematics Educator!
      Mathematics and Mathematics Education (MME) Academic Group
    • Diversified Avenues and Challenging Opportunities in Postgraduate and Continuing Education Programmes in Natural Sciences and Science Education
      Natural Sciences and Science Education (NSSE) Academic Group
    • The MAAP: Professionalism in the Practice of Psychology in Singapore
      Psychological Studies (PS) Academic Group
    • Help Others Live Better: Becoming a Professional Counsellor Today!
      Psychological Studies (PS) Academic Group
    • Developing Transformational Leadership in Curriculum, Teaching & Learning and Assessment through a Community of Inquiry 
      Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL) Academic Group

    Room 335

    • From Learner, Educator to Researcher: Mother Tongue Teacher's Professional Development
      Asian Languages and Cultures (ALC) Academic Group
    • Empowering Teaching, Training and Learning using Technologies
      Learning Sciences and Technologies (LST) Academic Group
    • The Application of Modern Technology in Mother Tongue Learning
      Asian Languages and Cultures (ALC) Academic Group
    • Future-proofing with the Arts
      Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Academic Group

    Click here for synopses of the masterclass sessions.

    Videos from previous sharing sessions can be viewed here




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    By Train

    Alight at Esplanade or Promenade stations for direct access to Suntec City Mall. Follow the mall signage to reach the Centre.

    Alternatively, alight at City Hall station and walk via the underpass (5-10 mins) to Suntec City Mall.

    By Bus

    Hop on any of the following bus services and drop off at the entrance of the convention centre:

    36, 70M, 111, 133, 133A, 162M, 518, 518A, 700A, 857, NRI, 97, 97A, 70A, 106, 502, 502A, 502B, 518, 551, 578, 581,577, 580, 575, 576, 579

    By Car

    Drive to Suntec Singapore and enter the basement carpark via any of the four routes:

    • Nicoll Highway
    • Raffles Boulevard (from Bras Basah Road)
    • Temasek Avenue (from Raffles Boulevard)
    • Rochor Road Exit from ECP

    By Taxi

    Alight at the driveway of the Centre in front of The Big Picture on Level 1 for quick access.

    To get a taxi out of Suntec, proceed to the main taxi stand at the mall (outside H&M).

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    Gardens by the Bay

     

             

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    Kopi-&-Tarts

     

    Kucina

     

             

    Real-Yoga

     

    Science Centre

     

    Singapore Escape Hunt

     

             
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  • Year after year, the fair has brought together approximately 1,000 working professionals from various industries to learn more about the different pathways that are available as they embark on their lifelong journey. Let the fair provide unique and effective advertising opportunities for your business!

    To find out more, please email Ms Imelda Rostam at imelda.rostam@nie.edu.sg and Mr Clement Ng at clement.ng@nie.edu.sg.

  • To participate in the Facebook contest, please do the following:

    1. Like our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/NIEGPL).
    2. Share it with your friends.
    3. Pick a specialisation (Academic Group) that would interest you the most at the fair and type it in the comment section to this post.
    4. Contest ends on 5 May @2359hrs.
    5. Winners will be contacted via Facebook to collect their exclusive wireless mouse and thumbdrive set personally at the Lucky Draw booth on the day (11 May 2019) by 1545hrs.
    6. Entry into this contest is deemed acceptance of the General Rules and Regulations and any amendments, additions, replacements, variations and modifications to the General Rules and Regulations shall be final and binding in all aspects on each participant. Non-compliance with or breach of any of the General Rules and Regulations may disqualify a participant at any stage of the Lucky Draw, and any prizes won may be forfeited, withheld, withdrawn or reclaimed.

    To participate in the Grand Lucky Draw, please do the following:

    1. Cut or tear out the "Grand Lucky Draw Slip" found in our Visitor Handbook that will be given out to all attendees at the event.
    2. Fill up your name, contact number, NRIC or passport number, email address and the correct answer to the question.
    3. Drop the completed form into the box labelled “Grand Draw” at the Lucky Draw booth.

    3 lucky winners with the correct answer to the question will be picked. Entry into this lucky draw is deemed acceptance of the General Rules and Regulations and any amendments, additions, replacements, variations and modifications to the General Rules and Regulations shall be final and binding in all aspects on each participant. Non-compliance with or breach of any of the General Rules and Regulations may disqualify a participant at any stage of the Grand Draw, and any prizes won may be forfeited, withheld, withdrawn or reclaimed. Winners’ names will be posted at the Lucky Draw booth and will be contacted to collect their redemption letter on the day (11 May 2019) by 1545 hrs. If the winners are unable to collect their redemption letter on the day, NIE will arrange for the letter to be sent via registered post. The redemption letter will include the details on how and where to collect the prize.


    General Rules and Regulations:

    1. Winner’s names will be posted at the Lucky Draw booth and will be contacted on the same day of the draw through the mobile number that the winner used or indicated on the grand draw slips.
    2. Winners must be present and produce his/her NRIC/passport/any photo ID to claim the redemption letters at the event. If the winners are unable to collect the redemption letters at the event, we will mail them out upon verifying their details over the phone.
    3. NIE Postgraduate & Continuing Education Fair organiser’s decision on the winners is final and no correspondences (i.e., enquiries, appeals, verbal or written) will be entertained.
    4. Participants to the draws shall accept and abide by all decisions made by the NIE Postgraduate & Continuing Education Fair organiser, without limitation, the General Rules and Regulations, the rules, procedures and regulations of the lucky draws, the award of the prizes and any other matters relating to the lucky draws.
    5. By participating in the Facebook contest and grand lucky draw, you agree to receive marketing materials via email from NIE and consent to have your photo taken as part of our event photos. However, we regret to inform you that you will not be eligible to participate in the draws should you decline to do so.
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    Note: Photographs or video recording will take place at the NIE Postgraduate & Continuing Education Fair 2019 : Learning Differently, Leading Change for corporate purposes. Please indicate if you wish not to be photographed or video recorded at the event at point of registration. For those who do not indicate, it will be registered that you are agreeable to all event photography and filming.

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