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Learning simplified

Learning simplified for the classrooms of today—Learning with MCE

Today, I am writing this article from home, my hideaway from a world of endless emails, text messages, social media posts, web notifications, and more.
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Unlocking the Joy and Success of Learning Maths

Unlocking the Joy and Success of Learning Mathematics for Every Child

As an educator, I have noticed that many young learners often develop maths anxiety, leading to a dislike or even fear of Maths, sadly.
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Limitless learning is now made possible with digitalisation

This year’s theme, ‘Changing Course, Transforming Education’, seeks to “showcase the most important transformations that have to be nurtured.
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Educators’ Insights into the Classrooms of Tomorrow

The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into the classroom holds immense potential to revolutionize the way teachers teach and students learn.

Human–AI Synergy for Future Learning

At the forefront of technological innovation lies Artificial Intelligence (AI) where it revolutionizes various facets of society including education.

Navigating the Future of Education: Perspectives on AI Integration

In today’s dynamic education landscape, the emergence of generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) heralds unprecedented opportunities and challenges, reshaping pedagogical paradigms and redefining the roles of educators.

Meet Dr. Chua Boon Liang, Co-author of Our MCE Cambridge IGCSE™ Mathematics Series!

Meet Chua Boon Liang, a distinguished Maths educator in Singapore with over 30 years of teaching expertise.

Implications of ChatGPT on Education – The Teacher’s Perspective

You may not know what exactly it is but you must have seen or heard what it can do. For starters, ChatGPT is a machine learning model which interacts in a conversational way (Ramponi, 2022).

Embrace Change, Evolve Education: Learning Maths in the Virtual Classroom

Due to the pandemic, education systems worldwide, especially those in developing countries, have had to move into online learning.

Three Tips for A Successful Online Collaborative Learning Experience

It has been over two years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Like other educators, I had to evaluate my pedagogical and technological skills.

Harnessing Peer Power for Positive Student Outcomes

Research literature has shown that having a supportive social network positively affects students’ academic, motivational, and well-being outcomes.

Empowering Students to Create Solutions for Real-World Problems

From fighting climate change to advocating sustainable lifestyles – these are pressing environmental problems that affect our daily lives.

Breaking Down the Science of How We Learn

In recent years, there has been an inclination to acquaint educators around the world with the science of learning.

Getting the Balance Right for Online, Remote Learning

What do we know about the relative value of different online options and also about the necessary balance between activities during online, remote learning.

AI in Education More than Science Fiction

From e-mail communications and web searching to social media and digital assistants, the concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is present in many aspects of our daily life.

Sustaining Quality Education during the Pandemic & Responses, Risks and Opportunities

The current COVID-19 pandemic has provided a set of circumstances globally that have not existed in living memory, if ever.

To Measure is not Enough

Student assessment is commonly associated with tests and formal exams, but over-fixation on such quantitative measures can cause us to lose sight of what is valued in education.

The Role of Assessment in Teaching and Learning

Assessment is more than just an allocation of grades. It is a critical process in teaching and learning.

Teaching & Learning
Like you, we are driven to enable student success. Our teaching hub gives you all the support you need throughout your teaching journey. You will find a comprehensive set of resources that have been pedagogically designed to help you teach better and students learn better.
Susan Resnick Math Lessons

Renowned Author Brings Singapore Math to Life at King School

King students in Grades 3 through 8 study Resnick’s book, which uses the Concrete Pictorial Abstract approach to build on a student’s existing knowledge by introducing abstract concepts in concrete and tangible ways.
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Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education Is a Big Deal

The emotional, social and physical development of young children provides the building blocks for educational achievement, responsible citizenship and lifelong health, just to name a few.
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Inquiry-based Science Teaching

A Glimpse of the Inquiry-based Approach in Science Teaching

The study of science leads us to discover the world and things around us. More than often, it is that spark of curiosity that leads us to find out the hows and whys of the things around us.
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Finding Meaning in Learning

How can we create meaningful learning experiences for our students and equip them with the necessary skill sets to adapt to changes of the future?

5 Components of an Effective Reading Programme for ESL and EFL Learners

You may have a reading programme already implemented in your school but when you’re asked what your programme is like, what do you say?

Using Games in the Classroom

One challenge in the English as a second language (ESL) or foreign language (EFL) classroom is getting the learners to use the language frequently and willingly.

Inquiry-based Learning
It’s all about asking the right questions

It is almost impossible to be a good thinker but a poor questioner.

Using Social Media in Learning

With online education and digital learning on the rise, what will the future classroom be like? What about teachers? How will their role evolve?

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