20 thoughts on “Time for Learning: A Day in the Life of a Singaporean Teacher”

  1. I was in primary school during the early 80s and we didn't have newspapers or quiet reading time. We were most likely horsing around or fingering the marbles in our trouser pockets before the pledge and anthem. That's progress I suppose!

  2. As a Singaporean now I have the right to say how hard my life is and how much we want to escpae to Australlia

  3. Hello, fellow educators in Finland, Congratulations! I love to teach Social Science in Singapore for Senior High School Level. I have a BS, MA and PhD in Education. I experienced here in the UAE teaching Philosophy, Organizational Management and Research among Grade 11 and 12 students. For my more than 10 years in teaching, i experienced K to 12 and British curriculum teaching methodologies, approaches and strategies. I'm pretty sure, i could be an asset in Singapore. Anyone can recommend a school for me to apply?
    Thanks and God bless!

  4. Hello, fellow educators in Singapore, Congratulations! I love to teach Social Science in Singapore for Senior High School Level. I have a BS, MA and PhD in Education. I experienced here in the UAE teaching Philosophy, Organizational Management and Research among Grade 11 and 12 students. For my more than 10 years in teaching, i experienced K to 12 and British curriculum teaching methodologies, approaches and strategies. I'm pretty sure, i could be an asset in Singapore. Anyone can recommend a school for me to apply?
    Thanks and God bless!

  5. 5:02 Eh.. is that guy making a joke? Secondary school students doesn't know that extreme weather patterns are caused by climate-change -> caused by carbon emissions? And he is asking other people to 'Did you read it properly'? I am so hopeful of the next generation!

  6. sighs School ends at 5.30 or even later for 2 days sometimes.. And we have to wait 2 hours just for it

  7. Who is watching students during all the professional development time? What are students doing at this time? Thank you!

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