Born out of interactions in schools in Singapore and adaptation of Parsons/Educational Psychology, this book is a synergy of the experiences and expertise of Asian and American co-authors. The underpinning approach is the use of real-world scenarios to stimulate refl ection and contextualization of theories. The indigenous element of this book and its many innovative features make it an indispensable companion to the beginning teacher as well as educators.
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Dr Tan Oon Seng is Associate Professor and Head of Psychological Studies at the National Institute of Education (NIE), Nanyang Technological University. He is also Dean of Foundation Programmes at NIE. In 2000, he won an Innovator Award from The Enterprise Challenge unit of the Prime Minister's Office of Singapore for co-pioneering a project on educational innovation for the knowledge-based economy. He has published extensively in areas pertaining to cognition, curriculum development, teaching and learning, and has been a reviewer for several international journals.
Richard D. Parsons, Stephanie Lewis Hinson, and Deborah Sardo-Brown are highly experienced teacher-educators and researchers from West Chester University.
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