Category Archives: Secondary Education Singapore

Can Cutting Class Size Benefit Students?

Can cutting class size really benefit students? The answer can’t be a simple “YES” or “NO”.It will require school authorities to go through a lot of considerations.   “Smaller classes may help level the playing field and enhance equality of opportunity for students from disadvantaged families,”—this is how Non Constituency MP Leon Perera advocates streamlined class

The increasing scope for pe, art and music teachers in Singapore

PE, art and music curriculum play a critical role in the holistic development of students. Hence, the number of professional cultivating these skills tends to increase. Find out more details here. Do you know about DSA? Yes, Direct School Admission, a new process of admission which is not merely based on the PSLE scores. It

Spruce Up Your Kids Study Room In Best Possible Ways!

It’s time to redesign your kid’s room with smart ideas and modern tips to make them fall in love with their school homework without any stress!

Technology doesn’t make school pupils smarter

Computers do not noticeably improve school pupils’ academic results and can even hamper performance.

National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Top 13 World University Rankings

The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have leapt into the top 13 of the annual World University Rankings, partly due to a change in how research citation is evaluated.

8 Best apps for Educating your kids

Want to teach your kids skills or help them at home work, there is an app for everything now. These apps help both parents and teachers to understand kids in a better way. It helps to match their levels of intelligence and keep a track of their class performance.

Instagram for Classroom

When everything is getting socialized and digitized, why not education? A picture is worth a thousand words. It’s likely that more of the students today are using Instagram than Twitter in the classroom. This is so because photos are everything.

Meet Edusnap: An app that can help you to complete your homwework

CHIA Luck Yong, Shaun TAN, and Anders TAN of SMU (Singapore Management University), have launched Edusnap which is an app that allows students to upload their questions onto a platform, where teachers, tutors and tuition centers can guide students.

Top classroom management tips!

Teaching is one of the noblest professions. It requires patience, efforts, potential and above all, ‘management’!

Tips for dads to help their child grow better

Children as special for their parents. Thus, it’s not the responsibility of mothers to care for them, fathers also need to put their efforts.