BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Working Paper 2/2020. Leading innovation in complex adaptive systems, an outside view on Singapore’s pursuit of 21st Century education. Theobald, K.
Working Paper 1/2020. State-School-Family Relations in Singapore: Perspectives of Low-Income Families. Chiong, C.
Working Paper 2/2018. Twenty Years of Thinking Schools, Learning Nation (TSLN) Vision: Reflections on Singapore’s ICT Masterplans. Natarajan, U.
Working Paper 1/2018. Comparing ‘Asian Giants’: Exploring the Factors Accounting for Hong Kong and Singapore Students’ Academic Achievement. Kennedy, K., Kuang, Xiaoxue.
Working Paper 2/2017. Leading School Turnaround and Improvement in Malaysia and Indonesia. Harris, A., Jones, M. et Al.
Working Paper 1/2017. Surveying Indonesian Teachers’ Design Beliefs and TPACK for 21st century oriented Learning. Chai, C.S., Joyce, H.W.K., Natarajan, U, et al
Working Paper 4/2016. Equitable Access to Education and Skill Development and Privatisation of Higher Education. Tilak, J. BG.
Working Paper 2/2016. Higher Education In The U.S And Cross-Contextual Comparisons With Asia. Natarajan, U., Loke, H. Y.
Working Paper 1/2016. Vocational training and continuing education for employability in Singapore and Philippines. Ramos, C., Gopinathan, S.
Working Paper 15/2015. Capacity Building In A Practice-Focussed Profession: Reflections on Preliminary Findings in the Context of Asian Knowledge Building. Taylor, P. G.
Working Paper 14/2015. A Rudimentary Guide to Educational Leadership. Pham, Q.D.
Working Paper 13/2015. Leadership Constructs and Assessments. Ang, S.
Working Paper 12/2015. What is Private Tuition Really Doing to - or for - Education? Bray, M.
Working Paper 11/2015. Modernizing Madrasah Education The Singapore ‘national’ and the global. Gopinathan, S.
Working Paper 10/2015. Reshaping of Higher Education in Asia: Role of the Private Sector. N, V. Varghese.
Working Paper 9/2015. China’s Hollow Centre and The Impact of Invisible Societal Forces On Its Intended Prosperous Evolution. Redding, G.
Working Paper 8/2015. Dealing With The Complexity of Causes of Societal Innovativeness: Social Enabling and Disabling Mechanisms and The Case of China. Redding, G.
Working Paper 7/2015. China’s Dark Matter and How It Shapes Future Options For Economic and Societal Progress. Redding, G.
Working Paper 6/2015. Financing Higher Education Worldwide: Perspectives and Policy Options. Johnstone, D. B.
Working Paper 4/2015. Predictors of Instructional Leadership in Singapore School System: Reflections on Preliminary Findings in the Context of Asian Knowledge Building. Hairon, S., Goh, J. W. P., Gopinathan, S.
Working Paper 3/2015. Common Misunderstandings about the Financing of Higher Education Worldwide. Johnstone, D. B.
Working Paper 2/2015. Tensions between Meritocracy and Equity in Singapore: Educational Issues in Preparing a Workforce for the Knowledge-based Economy. Tan, C. Y., Dimmock, C.
Working Paper 1/2015. Student Loans: Economics And Political Considerations Underlying Student Contributions to the Costs of Higher Education. Johnstone, D. B.
Working Paper 41/2014. Dealing With Problem-Based Learning Tutorship In Malaysia. Dewar, E.
Working Paper 40/2014. MOOCs And Pedagogy: The Challenges And Benefits of Student Centric MOOCs In Higher Education. Dewar, E.
Working Paper 38/2014. To MOOC Or Not To MOOC: An IPA Study Of The Perceptions Of MOOC Dropouts. Dewar, E.
Working Paper 37/2014. MOOCs: Where Technology Meets Pedagogy. Dewar, E.
Working Paper 26/2014. Interdisciplinary Studies As A Door To Access Culture in the Changing World of Higher Education. Boyce, T.
Working Paper 8/2014. Global Trends in Higher Education Financing. Singh, S.
Working Paper 7/2014. Higher Education Practices Worldwide for Sustainable Financing. Singh, S.
Working Paper 6/2014. MOOCs: Education for the developing world? Dewar, E.
Working Paper 5/2014. MOOCs Development and Implementation: The Challenges and Prospects for Higher Education in Emerging Countries. Dewar, E., James, U., Margaret, R., Daniel, H.
Working Paper 2/2014. Asian Perspectives on Comparative Systems of Higher Education. Redding, G., Boyce, T., Redding, T., Riley-Smith, M., Sharples, B.
Working Paper 2011/019. A theoretical framework and its practical application for virtual exchange in problem based learning: Using an integrated online learning platform to beat entropy. Servant, V.
Working Paper 16/2010. Understanding the impact of a shift in educational paradigms. Servant, V., Dewar, E.
Discussion Paper 2/2018. TSLN @20 Symposium Series: In retrospect and going forward (Understanding TSLN pedagogic shifts: A view from a ten-year research programme). Kwek, D.
Discussion Paper 1/2018. TSLN @20 Symposium Series: In retrospect and going forward (Laying the Foundation for 20 Years of Growth of the Singapore Education System). Ho, P.
Discussion Paper 4/2016. The Role of Digital Learning in Asia’s Educational Future. Dede, C.
Discussion Paper 3/2016. Public Private Partnership in Education. Tilak, J. B. G.
Discussion Paper 2/2016. Leadership, by, and of, Universities – and what are they for? Thompson, Q.
Discussion Paper 1/2016. Rethinking the Human Capital Development Model for the Future of Work. Gog, S. J.
Literature Review. The Reflective Path to Leadership. Yong, R., Ong, M.
Literature Review. Early Childhood, Early Grade Education, English and Numeracy Standards with Reference to Indonesia. Li, J.S.
Literature Review. Early Childhood Care and Education in Five Asian Countries. Tan., R. G. H.
Literature Review. Towards a Framework of Education Policy Analysis. Ng., D. J.
Literature Review. Equity, Access and Educational Quality in Three South-East Asian Countries: The Case of Indonesia, Malaysia and Viet Nam. Pereira., J. D.
Literature Review. School Improvement as Localized Policy: A Review of the Educational Leadership and Teacher Development Literature in Indonesia and Malaysia. Pereira., J. D.
Literature Review. Defining Higher Education Issues and Challenges in Southeast Asia/ASEAN within the International Context. Songkaeo, T., Loke, H. Y.
Literature Review. Skills Issues, Sources of Skills Issues, and Policy Responses in Five ASEAN-member Countries: Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Ramos, C.
Occasional Paper. The Policy and Politics of the Cohort Participation Rate in Universities: The Case of Singapore and “SkillsFuture”. Loke, H.Y., Gopinathan, S.
Occasional Paper. Education, Culture and the Singapore Developmental State: Reflections on Writing the Book. Chia, Y. T.
THF Workshop Report No. 7: STEM Education: An Overview
THF Workshop Report No. 6: Thinking Schools, Learning Nation
THF Workshop Report No. 5: Leadership in Education: Global Perspectives
THF Workshop Report No. 4: Teacher Development: Dimensions & Perspectives
THF Workshop Report No. 3: Building Capacity for School Improvement
THF Workshop Report No. 2: Asian Universities in New Times
THF Workshop Report No. 1: Asian Education Futures
Lecture Paper December 2015. Female Leadership Education Empowerment for Change. Khoo, H. E.
Lecture Paper November 2015. Is It Time For A New Approach to Education in Singapore? Towards Education for a Flourishing Life
Lecture Paper July 2015. Financing Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Quest for Quality, Capacity, Affordability, and Equity. Johnstone, D. B.
Lecture Paper June 2015. Transforming schools as 21st century innovative learning environments: Opportunities and challenges confronting school leadership in Singapore. Dimmock, C.
Lecture Paper June 2015. Has PISA helped or hindered? Reflections on the ongoing PISA debate. Takayama, K.
Unmasked: Education Leaders in a Crisis: A Handbook for Educators
ADB Sustainable Development Working Paper Series No. 66: Advancing the K-12 Reform from the Ground: A Case Study in the Philippines (April 2020)
Building Leaders for the Next Decade: How to Support the Workplace Goals of Gen X, Gen Y, and Gen Z (Year 2017)
State of (un)readiness: A glimpse of how Generations X, Y and Z believe the workplace should function and the technologies poised to transform it (Year 2017)
Brave New Workplace: A Look at How Generations X, Y and Z are Reshaping the Nature of Work (Year 2017)
Understanding a misunderstood generation (Year 2015)