Special Education in Singapore: A Different Perspective

Feb. 17, 2012

Presented by:Ed Meyen, Professor of Special Education and Co-Director of the eLearning Design Lab, University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning; and Diana Greer, Assistant Research Professor, KU Center for Research on Learning
Room 247 JRP

Special Education in Singapore: A Different Perspective from KU-CRL on Vimeo.

In the fall, Ed Meyen and Diana Greer spent a week visiting special education schools in Singapore. The differences between the education systems in Singapore and the United States provided much food for thought. In this presentation, Meyen and Greer will discuss KU’s connection to the Singapore schools, Singapore’s instructional environment, philosophical differences between the two countries when it comes to education, outcomes—and surprising outcomes—for Singapore students, and the collaborative research process that ties together educators and researchers at KU and in Singapore.

About CRL Learns
The CRL Learns initiative presents expert guest speakers, dialogue about cutting-edge research, book discussions, and workshops on research practices. Presentations are open to the entire KU community, and videos of past CRL Learns events may be viewed on the CRL Learns website, http://crllearns.kucrl.org.