NIE Working Paper Series

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The NIE Working Paper Series is intended as a means of regular communication between the mutually dependent spheres of theory and practice in education. Forward- and outward-looking, the Papers are conceptualized with a local issue at hand, and will survey international and local state of thought to assemble a principled response appropriate for our context. The intended audience for this publication are policymakers, school leaders and practitioners with an interest in how theoretical and empirical perspectives inform practice.

The Working Papers are published in a highly readable style, and appended with an expanded exposition and comprehensive reference for readers who want to know more.

For enquiries, please e-mail the Executive Editor Dr Jeanne Marie Ho at jeanne.ho@nie.edu.sg.



 Series Editor: 
David Hung

 Executive Editors: Jeanne Ho, Dennis Kwek, Kiat Hui Khng, Roberto De Roock, Teng Siao See, Tay Lee Yong, Betsy Ng, Teo Chew Lee, Monica Ong, and Heidi Layne


 
pUBLISHED Titles
Working Paper No. 1: Learning Sciences [Download link]
Wong, L. H., Jan, M., & Liang, R. (2014). Learning Sciences (NIE Working Paper Series No. 1). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 2: Creative and Critical Thinking in Singapore Schools [Download link]
Chiam, C. L., Hong, H., Ning, H. K. N., Tay, W. Y. (2014). Creative and Critical Thinking in Singapore Schools (NIE Working Paper Series No. 2). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 3: Levelling up academically low progress students [Download link]
Wang, L. Y., Teng, S. S., & Tan, C. S. (2014). Levelling up academically low progress students (NIE Working Paper Series No. 3). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 4: Bilingualism, Literacy and Reading Achievement [Download link]
O'Brien, B. A., Yin, B., Li, L., Zhang, D., Chin, C. F., Zhao, S., & Vaish, V. (2014). Bilingualism, Literacy and Reading Achievement (NIE Working Paper Series No. 4). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 5: Trends in applied cognitive development [Download link] 
Khng, K. H., Ang, S. Y., Bull, R., & Lee, K. (2015). Trends in applied cognitive development(NIE Working Paper Series No. 5). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 6: Professional learning communities: A movement for teacher-led professionalism [Download link] 
Lee, D., Tay, W. Y., & Hong, H. (2015). Professional learning communities: A movement for teacher-led professionalism (NIE Working Paper Series No. 6). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 7: Parent Engagement in Education [Download link] 
Manzon, M., Miller, R., Hong, H. & Khong, L. (2015). Parent Engagement in Education (NIE Working Paper Series No. 7). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper No. 8: Culturally Relevant Education for a Multicultural Singapore 
Ho, J., Hong, H., & Gilbert, C. (2017). Culturally Relevant Education for a Multicultural Singapore (NIE Working Paper Series No. 8). Singapore: National Institute of Education

To download this paper, please email the Executive Editor at jeanne.ho@nie.edu.sg
Working Paper No. 9: Scaling Educational Innovations in Singapore [Download link] 
Lee, S. S. (2017). Scaling Educational Innovations in Singapore: the roles of Policymakers, Practitioners, and Researchers (NIE Working Paper Series No. 9). Singapore: National Institute of Education
Working Paper Series No. 10: Brain Literacy Empowers Educators to Meet Diverse Learner Needs
Walker, Z., Chen, S. H. A., Poon, K., Hale, J. B. (2017). Brain Literacy Empowers Educators to Meet Diverse Learner Needs. (NIE Working Paper Series No. 10). Singapore: National Institute of Education

This WP is currently in consideration to be published in an academic (NIE) journal.

For information about this paper, please email the Executive Editor at jeanne.ho@nie.edu.sg
Working Paper Series No. 11: Makerspaces in Singapore [Download Link]
Tan, M. (2017). Makerspaces in Singapore: Design, Making and Innovation (NIE Working Paper Series No. 11). Singapore: National Institute of Education