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Article A mad mother and her DIY kids
By: CLARA CHOW,   The Straits Times  (CONNECT)  19/04/2015
the purveyors of digital time-suckers that compete for my family's attention and turn them into zombies with little boxes in front of their faces. True, some apps are great for learning and expanding the mind – for instance, I am a fan of a Chinese writing game that trains you to trace characters onscreen with your finger, stroke by correct stroke   (1128 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (CONNECT)  19/04/2015
against the purveyors of digital time-suckers that compete for my family's attention and turn them into zombies with little boxes in front of their faces. True, some apps are great for learning and expanding the mind – for instance, I am a fan of a Chinese writing game that trains you to trace characters onscreen with your finger, stroke by correct stroke
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Article SMU app wins two education awards in US
By: SEOW BEI YI,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  13/12/2015
Leadership and team-building classes for 23-year-old undergraduate Timothy   (503 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  13/12/2015
Seow Bei Yi Leadership and team-building classes for 23-year-old undergraduate Timothy Tan were not just a series of lectures – they were filled with discussion, debate and competition. This was because of an app designed by course coordinator, Dr Rani Tan, his Singapore Management University (SMU)
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Article River Valley High drops iPad scheme
By: PEARL LEE,   The Straits Times  (HOME)  04/01/2016
Secondary 1 students no longer need to buy own device for lessons A scheme in which all River Valley High School (RVHS) Secondary 1 students had to buy their own iPads for lessons has been scrapped. The iPad programme had been introduced by former principal Koh Yong Chiah in 2012. Some   (632 words)
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Article Three win Emerging Enterprise awards
By: MARISSA LEE,   The Straits Times  (BUSINESS)  25/09/2015
executive Oliver Tan. He demonstrated to Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Lee Yi Shyan at the dinner how the app worked on his phone. In a speech, Mr Lee thanked the gathering of entrepreneurs for their "passion for learning" and "to think breakthroughs", which he said determined the success of their business models and hence Singapore's economy   (576 words)
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executive Ol iver Tan. He demonstrated to Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Lee Yi Shyan at the dinner how the app worked on his phone. In a speech, Mr Lee thanked the gathering of entrepreneurs for their "passion for learning" and "to think breakthroughs", which he said determined the success of their business models and hence Singapore's economy
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Article Libraries as hubs for creative learning
The Straits Times  (OPINION)  12/10/2015
The Straits Times says Public libraries, first set up in 1960, have had their role reviewed thrice following the establishment of the National Library Board, which is now marking its 20th anniversary. The Library 2000 and Library 2010 plans envisaged "a world-class library system" to connect   (499 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  04/01/2016
Pearl Lee A scheme in which all River Valley High School (RVHS) Secondary 1 students had to buy their own iPads for lessons has been scrapped. The iPad programme had been introduced by former principal Koh Yong Chiah in 2012. Some parents, concerned about the device's price of about $700 and their
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Picture The Straits Times  (OPINION)  12/10/2015
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2015 | THE STRAITS TIMES | A19 LONDON • It is hailed as a significant diplomatic breakthrough: The recently concluded deal between the presidents of China and the United States to limit cyber espionage and cybercrime is a crucial initial step in easing the mounting tensions over
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