These resources feature Yeap Ban Har. Yeap Ban Har taught at National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore for more than ten years. Presently, he holds two concurrent positions as the director of curriculum and professional development at Pathlight School, a K-10 school for autistic learners in Singapore, and the principal of Marshall Cavendish Institute, a global teacher professional development institute.
August 26, 2013
Yeap Ban Har explains the unique problem of kindergarten education in Singapore.
In Singapore, kindergarten is not mandatory. Yeap Ban Har explains how first- and second-grade teachers in Singapore compensate for the inevitable gap in the math and reading skills of their students.
Yeap Ban Har explains the first step he would take in training teachers from the United States how to be more effective math educators.
Yeap Ban Har explains the Lesson Study approach.
At Erikson Institute's first International Symposium on Early Mathematics Education, Dr. Yeap Ban Har explains the core competencies and philosophy at the foundation of the world's highest-ranking early mathematics education program.