Singapore Educational Consultants is about teaching and learning. That is all we are interested in. We care about how teaching is done and how learning takes place. We care that what is taught must have real meaning. By real meaning, we mean learning goes beyond rote-learning and mechanical operations. In other words, we are interested in deep learning. As John Tagg (2003) wrote:

“Deep learning is learning that takes root in our apparatus of understanding, in the embedded meaning that defines us and that we use to define the world.”

Therefore, the learning that we are interested in is not limited to what happens only in schools. We are intent on exploring all possible ways and media for effective teaching and learning to take place. We believe that learning is a very organic process that is very natural and takes place all the time in every aspect and times of our lives.

Talk to us if you want to learn more about our views on teaching and learning.

Contact:
Amran Noordin
Singapore Educational Consultants
Republic of Singapore
Tel: +65 9387 4942
Skype: sgpconsultants
Email: Click here.

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Singapore Educational Consultants is led by:

Amran Noordin (Senior Consultant)

Amran is an experienced educational consultant who has worked to improve schools in Southeast Asia, especially in Indonesia and Singapore. In Singapore, he had worked as an officer in the Educational Technology Division (ETD) of the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore. For four years, he had acted as a consultant and trainer to schools in Singapore on the implementation of the MOE’s MasterPlan for IT in Education (MPITE). He had been a member of teams involved in international surveys (SITES and OECD) on ICT use in educational institutions in Singapore. He has also assisted schools in Indonesia in their move to be educational institutions of international standards.

Some other projects that Amran had been involved in (click to download and view):

A Case Study of ICT and School Reform
Programme on ICT and the Quality of Learning Case Studies of Organisational Change
IT Progress Gauge 2002
Mesocyclops as Biological Control Agent
Sungei Buloh Wetlands Nature Reserve Project

This page was last updated on 22 July 2012.

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4 Comments

  1. Sir,
    Its my pleasure in introducing myself.
    I am running a Polytechnic College in Punjab,India.The college is approved by AICTE,Govt. of INDIA

    College website : http://www.ppcrakhra.com
    cell no. : +919815878653

    Many of my students are interested in studying at Singapur.in various cources and explore your country.

    I want to start a Student Exchange Program.
    Students from your institute are most welcomed at my college,

    Thanks

    With Regards

    Chairman/Director
    (Patiala Polytechnic College)

  2. GAMACHIS TADESE April 9, 2011 at 10:13 pm

    1.
    GAMACHIS Singh
    September 09th, 2011 at 11:01 |#1
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    Sir,
    Its my pleasure in introducing myself.
    I am running aWOLLEGA UNIVERSITY in NEKEMTE,ETHUIPIA.The college is approved by Govt. of ETHIOPIA

    College website : http://www.WU@ETHIONET.ET
    cell no. : +251917073249

    Many of my students are interested in studying at Singapur.in various cources and explore your country.

    Thanks

    With Regards

    GAMACHIS
    (WOLLEGA UNIVERSIT STUDENT)

  3. I tried flipped learning with my students last year, but the problem was in making sure the students actually watched the videos. Many didn’t and only watched it in class, making the lesson flow very awkward. I think the issue was that Singapore students simply are not used to this method and exams were nearing so I didn’t persist. What was your experience with flipped learning?

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