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  • 1. Re-imagining the Classroom Singapore Syllabus | International Education | Uniquely Anglo Facilitator | Yeap Ban Har Marshall Cavendish Institute | Pathlight School
  • 2. Agenda | Saturday 0900 – 1200
  • 3. Agenda | Saturday 1300 - 1600 Agenda | Sunday 0900 - 1300
  • 4. Re-imagining the Classroom Singapore Syllabus | International Education | Uniquely Anglo Facilitator | Yeap Ban Har Marshall Cavendish Institute | Pathlight School Setting the Context
  • 5. Re-imagining the Classroom Singapore Syllabus | International Education | Uniquely Anglo Facilitator | Yeap Ban Har Marshall Cavendish Institute | Pathlight School Changing Face of Examinations
  • 6. Changing Face of Examination General Paper | A Level
  • 7. Changing Face of Examination Literature in English | O Level
  • 8. Changing Face of Examination Literature in English | O Level
  • 9. Changing Face of Examination Mathematics | Lower Secondary
  • 10. Changing Face of Examination Mathematics | Lower Secondary
  • 11. Science | OECD PISA
  • 12. Social Studies | O Level This is a blogger’s response to PM Lee Hsien Loong’s 2006 National Day Rally on the issue of foreign talent in Singapore. How far is this source useful as evidence that the Singapore Government was taking in foreign talents who are beneficial to Singapore?
  • 13. Science | Primary
  • 14. Mathematics | Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Grade 4
  • 15. New York State Test English Language | New York State Test Grade 3