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Building An Intentional School Culture

Author: Charles F. Elbot
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412953782
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This resource provides tools, case studies, strategies, and implementation plans to help educators create an "intentional school culture" that fosters excellence, builds character, and improves academic achievement.

The Rise Of Singapore

Author: Mark T S Hong
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814704954
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' In the 50th anniversary year of Singapore''s independence, it is timely to trace our developmental journey in order that young Singaporeans students, visiting tourists and foreigners working in Singapore may be informed about why and how Singapore succeeded, despite tremendous odds. The two volumes relate the developmental stories and secrets of Singapore, so that other developing countries can be inspired to achieve their own successes. It is a story worth telling, so that the great achievements by our Pioneer Generation will be recorded, and which may serve as an inspiration to the younger generations to guide them for the next 50 years. Contents:Volume 1:Foreword by Ambassador Tommy KohIntroductionHow Singapore Manage Political DissentThe Idea of SingaporeSingapore''s Success in Creating a National IdentitySingapore as a Developmental ModelWhy Are Some Countries Exceptional?If China Can Learn from Singapore, Why Not Vice Versa?Graduation Address at James Cook University ConvocationHow to Build CharacterThe Practical Application of KnowledgeHuman Resource Development (HRD) in SingaporeKnowledge Economy: The Intellectual Development of SingaporeVolume 2:Foreword by Ambassador Simon D''CruzIntroduction: The Three DreamsA Tale of Three Cities: Shanghai, Hong Kong and SingaporeTwelve Points on Singapore''s Foreign PolicySingapore–Japan RelationsWhy Singapore Needs the United NationsLessons from Our HistoryWhat Singapore May Offer to RussiaSingapore-India RelationsThe Soft Power of SingaporeAfterword: The Struggle for Singapore Readership: Students, economists, political scientists and the general public interested in the following areas: the achievements of Singapore; economic development, political governance and leadership issues in Singapore; and ASEAN affairs. Key Features:It is written simply so that students and young adults can understand the story of modern SingaporeIt is written as essays which deal with key aspects of the Singapore story, so it goes beyond a simple historyIt deals with recent events and trends, so it is timely and relevantSingapore is one of the Four Asian Tiger economies, whose economic achievements serve to guide and inspire the next wave of rising Asian economies, such as the rest of ASEAN countries, China, India and elsewhere in the world. This book is useful for many readers who may be curious to learn in further detail how Singapore overcame tremendous obstacles to achieve a respected position in the worldKeywords:Singapore;Systems;Development;History;Features;Politics;National Identity;Nation-Building;Human Resource Development;Knowledge Economy;Foreign Policy;Singapore–Japan Relations;Singapore–China–Hong Kong Relations;Singapore–Russia Relations;Singapore-India Relations;Soft Power'

Rise Of Singapore The In 2 Volumes

Author: Mark Hong
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814704946
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"In the 50th anniversary year of Singapore's independence, it is timely to trace our developmental journey in order that young Singaporeans students, visiting tourists and foreigners working in Singapore may be informed about why and how Singapore succeeded, despite tremendous odds. The two volumes relate the developmental stories and secrets of Singapore, so that other developing countries can be inspired to achieve their own successes"--

Data Driven Decision Making In Schools Lessons From Trinidad

Author: J. Yamin-Ali
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137412399
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Yamin-Ali shows how schools can undertake responsible decision-making through gathering and evaluating data, using as examples six fully developed case studies that shed light on common questions of school culture and student life, including student stress, subject selection, and the role of single-sex classes.

Handbook Of Data Based Decision Making In Education

Author: Theodore Kowalski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135890846
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Education has fought long and hard to gain acceptance as a profession and, since professionals by definition use data to shape the decisions they make, education has little choice but to continue moving in this direction. This 3-part handbook represents a major contribution to the literature of education. It is a unique compendium of the most original work currently available on how, when and why evidence should be used to ground practice. It is a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary, research-based, and practice-based resource that all educators can turn to as a guide to data-based decision making. The Handbook of Data-Based Decision Making in Education is a must read for researchers who are just beginning to explore the scientifically based nature of educational practice. It is also appropriate for policy makers and practitioners who are confronted with young people who need to be in classrooms where "best practices" are the norm and not the exception.