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5 Strategies you can use to engage your students

It is every teacher’s dream to have enthusiastic students, always deeply engaged in learning. However, with a class made up of varying personalities, learning styles and abilities, not all of them will sing in tune to one ‘fixed’ approach of teaching. Once in a while, you may find a couple of students getting distracted or bored in class or even…

Singapore is moving away from rote learning

Singapore is well known for its world-class education system. The rigorous system builds strong numeracy and literacy fundamentals in students. According to OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Singaporean students are approximately three years ahead of their American peers in mathematics. Singapore’s education system is largely characterised by rote learning, memorisation and drilling. The teacher-led curriculum mainly relies on…

The Twist of Time

So I came across a video which shows steve spangler doing an experiment called the twist of time. It involves the concept of laminar flow and viscosity This video amazed me and probably many others as well. It achieved a certain “back in time” effect. Take a look at the video below. What is happening here is that the colour…

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