publication . Thesis . Other literature type . 2017

Leadership education in Singapore's high schools: its roles in school-business engagement to develop future leaders

Yew, Ker Ling;
English
  • Published: 27 Feb 2017
Abstract
Educators recognise the need to develop Leadership Education Programs (LEPs) that prepare students to deal with the complex and rapid changes in a globalised world. Business organizations, with their emphasis on anticipating and managing multifaceted changes, are a natural partner for high schools to work with to cultivate leadership qualities among students. School practitioners are fully cognizant of the benefits of engaging business organizations to provide greater exposure and authentic platforms to students for experiential learning, as well as to augment school practices that foster leadership development in students. However, the current status quo points...
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ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
free text keywords: Uncategorized, equitable engagement model, monash:120169, authentic learning environment, community of leadership learners, restricted access, leadership portal, business attachment program, multiple survey methods, thesis(doctorate), 2013, leadership gaps, 1959.1/901142, school-business engagement model, alumni and parent networks, business leadership program, leadership competencies and qualities, integrative curriculum, quantitative and qualitative surveys, ubiquitous values, business and junior achievement program, social entrepreneurship program, measurement and mutual benefits, future leaderi identification, ethesis-20130827-050210
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