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Bibliography of Professor S. Gopinathan

Books

  1. Altbach, P. G., Arboleda, A., & Gopinathan, S. (Eds.). (1985). Publishing in the Third World: Knowledge and development. New York: Heinnemann-Mansell.
  2. Atlbach, P. G., Davis, C. H., Eisemon, T. O., Gopinathan, S., Hsieh, H. S,. Lee, S., . . . Singh , J. S. (Eds.). (1989). Scientific development and higher education: The Case of Newly Industrialising Nations. New York: Praeger.
  3. Chang, A., Gopinathan, S., & Ho, W. K. (Eds.). (1999). Growing up in Singapore: Research perspectives on adolescents. Singapore: Prentice Hall.
  4. Cummings, W. K., Gopinathan, S., & Tomoda, Y. (Eds.). (1988). The revival of values education in Asia and the West. Oxford: Pergamon Press.
  5. Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (2013). Globalization and the Singapore curriculum: From policy to classroom. Singapore: Springer.
  6. Gopinathan, S. (1974).Towards a national system of education in Singapore, 1945-1973. Singapore: Oxford University Press.
  7. Gopinathan, S. (Ed.). (1985). Academic publishing in Asean. Singapore: Chopman Publishers.
  8. Gopinathan, S. (2013). Education and the nation state: The selected works of S. Gopinathan. London: Routledge.
  9. Gopinathan, S., & Nielsen, H. D. (Eds.). (1988). Educational research environments in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Chopmen Publishers.
  10. Gopinathan, S., Pakir, A., Ho, W. K., & Saravanan, V. (Eds.). (1994). Language, society and education in Singapore. Singapore: Times Academic Press.
  11. Gopinathan, S., Pakir, A., Ho, W. K., & Saravanan, V. (Eds.). (1998). Language, society and education in Singapore (2nd ed.). Singapore: Times Academic Press.
  12. Koh, T. A., & Gopinathan, S. (Eds.). (1989). Commentary (special issue on education in Singapore). Singapore: National University of Singapore Society.
  13. Lakshmi, S. (Ed.). (2014). Cinkappuril kalvikkolkaiyum nataimuraiyum [Education policy and practice in Singapore]. Singapore: S Gopinathan.    
  14. Mortimore, P., Gopinathan, S., Leo, E., Myers, K., Sharpe, L., Stoll, L., & Mortimore, J. (2001). The culture of change: Case studies of improving schools in Singapore and London. London: Institute of Education, University of London.
  15. Shive, G. L., Gopinathan, S., & Cummings, W. K. (Eds.). (1988). North South scholarly exchange: Access, equity and collaboration. New York: Mansell Publishing Ltd.
  16. Tan, J., Gopinathan, S., & Ho, W. K. (Eds.). (1997). Education in Singapore: A book of readings. Singapore: Prentice Hall.
  17. Tan, J., Gopinathan, S., & Ho, W. K. (Eds.). (2001). Challenges facing the Singapore education system today. Singapore: Prentice Hall.
  18. Vaish, V., Gopinathan, S., & Liu, Y. (Eds.). (2007). Language, capital, culture: Critical studies of language in education in Singapore. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Monographs

  1. Cheung, K. C., Chong, K. C., Gopinathan, S., Leong, W. F., Neville, M., Sharpe, L., . . . Yap, J. (1993). Improving Singapore schools: A study of 58 effective schools. (Education Research Monographs No. 3). Singapore: Centre for Applied Research in Education, National Institute of Education.
  2. Gopinathan, S. (1985). Higher education links in the Commonwealth. London: Commonwealth Secretariat.
  3. Gopinathan, S. (1993). State of the art review of primary education in Singapore. Singapore: Southeast Asian Research Review and Advisory Group.
  4. Gopinathan, S. (2011). Are we all global citizens now? Reflections on citizenship and citizenship education in a globalising world (with special reference to Singapore) (CGS Working Paper Series No. 2012/001). Hong Kong: Centre for Governance and Citizenship, The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  5. Gopinathan, S., Chin, L. F., Quah, M. L., Chang, A., & Chong, T. H. (1978). A measure of reading: IE survey of reading interests and habits. Singapore: Institute of Education.
  6. Gopinathan, S., & Gremli, M. (1985). The educational research environment in Singapore. Singapore: Institute of Education.
  7. Gopinathan, S., Quah, M. L., Mani, A,. & Ho, C. Y. (1989). State of the practice review of raising achievement levels of elementary school children. Singapore: Southeast Asian Research Review and Advisory Group.
  8. Gopinathan, S., Tan, S. K. S., Fang, Y., Devi, L., Ramos, C., & Chao, E. (2008).  Transforming teacher education: Redefined professionals for 21st century schools.  Singapore: National Institute of Education (published on behalf of The International Alliance of Leading Education Institutes).
  9. Gopinathan, S., Yap, J., Bastion, A., Chang, A., & Ho, C. Y. ( 1988). State of the practice review of values education in Singapore. Singapore: Southeast Asian Research Review and Advisory Group.
  10. Gopinathan, S., Yap, J., & Chuah T. C. (1990). A review of values education policies and practices in Israel, Japan and Taiwan. Singapore: Southeast Asian Research Review and Advisory Group.
  11. Sharpe, L., Moo, S. N., Crawford, L., & Gopinathan, S. (1994). Teacher supervision patterns and discourse. Singapore: National Institute of Education.

Chapters (in Books)

  1. Altbach, P. G.,  & Gopinathan, S. (1982). The Dilemma of success: Higher education in advanced developing countries. In P. G. Altbach, Higher education in the Third World: Themes and variations (pp. 25-44). Singapore: Maruzen/RIHED.
  2. Altbach, P. G., & Gopinathan, S. (1985). Textbooks in the Third World: Challenge and response. In P. G. Altbach, A. A. Arboleda & S. Gopinathan (Eds.), Publishing in the Third World: Knowledge and development (pp. 13-24). New York: Heinemann/Mansell.
  3. Altbach, P. G., & Gopinathan, S. (1988). Textbooks in Third World higher education.  In P. G. Altbach & G. P. Kelly (Eds.), Textbooks in the Third World: Policy, content and context (pp. 45-64). New York: Garland Publishing.
  4. Chen, A. Y., Lim, C. P., & Gopinathan, S. (2003). The recruitment and preparation of teachers in the Asia Pacific region. In J. P. Keeves & R. Watanabe (Eds.), International handbook of education research in the Asia Pacific region (pp. 899-911). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic.
  5. Chong, S., & Gopinathan, S. (2008).  Teacher education in Singapore.  In T. A. O’Donoghue & C. Whitehead (Eds.), Teacher education in the english-speaking world: Past, present, and future (pp.121-136).  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 
  6. Deng, Z. & Gopinathan, S. (2005).  The information technology masterplan.  In J. Tan & P. T. Ng (Eds.), Shaping Singapore’s future: Thinking schools, learning nation (pp. 22-40).  Singapore: Prentice Hall.
  7. Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (2013). Introduction. In Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (Eds.), Globalization and the Singapore curriculum: From policy to classroom (pp. 3-12). Singapore: Springer. 
  8. Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (2013). The Singapore curriculum: Convergence, divergence, issues and challenges. In Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (Eds.), Globalization and the Singapore curriculum: From policy to classroom (pp. 262-275). Singapore: Springer.
  9. Fang, Y., & Gopinathan, S. (2009).  Teachers and teaching in Eastern and Western schools: A critical review of cross-cultural comparative studies.  In L. J. Saha  & A. G. Dworkin (Eds.), International handbook of research on teachers and teaching (Part one) (pp.557-572). New York: Springer. 
  10. Goh, C. B., & Gopinathan, S. (2005).  History education and the construction of national identity in Singapore, 1945-2000.  In E. Vickers & A. Jones (Eds.), History education and national identity in East Asia (pp. 203-225).  London: Routledge.
  11. Goh., C. B., & Gopinathan, S. (2008).  Education in Singapore: Development since 1965.  In B. Fredriksen & J. P. Tan (Eds.), An African exploration of the East Asian education experience  (pp. 80-108).  Washington, DC: The World Bank.
  12. Goh C. B., & Gopinathan, S. (2008).  The development of education in Singapore since 1965.  In S. K. Lee, C. B. Goh,  B. Fredriksen & J. P. Tan (Eds.), Towards a better future: Education and training for economic development in Singapore since 1965 (pp. 12-38).  Washington, DC/Singapore: The World Bank/National Institute of Education.
  13. Gopinathan, S. (1976). Towards a national education system. In R. Hassan (Ed.), Singapore: Society in transition (pp. 67-83). Singapore: Oxford University Press.
  14. Gopinathan, S. (1977). Developing a language policy for education in Singapore. In W. Crewe (Ed.), The English language in Singapore (pp. 46-67). Singapore: Eastern Universities Press.
  15. Gopinathan, S. (1979). Singapore's language policies: Strategies for a plural society. In Southeast Asian affairs, 1979 (pp. 280-298). Singapore: Heinemann Education Books (Asia) for Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
  16. Gopinathan, S. (1980). Language policy in education: A Singapore perspective. In E. Afendras & E. Kuo (Eds.), Language and society in Singapore (pp. 175-202). Singapore: Singapore University Press.
  17. Gopinathan, S. (1985). Education in Singapore: Progress and prospect. In J. S.T. Quah, H. C. Chan and C. M. Seah. (Eds.), Government and politics of Singapore (pp. 197-232). Singapore: Oxford University Press.
  18. Gopinathan, S. (1986). Education in Singapore: 1959-1984. In C. W. Ng (Ed.), Singapore: Taking stock (pp. 79-96). Singapore: Federal Pubs.
  19. Gopinathan, S. (1988). Being and becoming: Education for values in Singapore. In W. K. Cummings, S. Gopinathan & Y. Tomoda (Eds.), The revival of values education in Asia and the West (pp. 131-146). Oxford: Pergamon Press.
  20. Gopinathan, S. (1988). Bilingual education in Singapore. In C. B. Paulston (Ed.), International Handbook of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education (pp. 391-404). New York: Greenwood Press.
  21. Gopinathan, S. (1988). Cosmopolitanism and indigenization in Third World higher education: A case study of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. In F. Lazin, S. Aroni & Y. Gradus (Eds.), The policy impact of universities in developing regions (pp. 169-185). London: The Macmillan Press.
  22. Gopinathan, S. (1989). And shall the twain meet? In J. P. Farrell & S. P. Heynemann (Eds.), Textbooks in the developing world: Economic and educational choices (pp. 61-71). Washington, DC: Economic Development Institute of the World Bank.
  23. Gopinathan, S. (1989). University education in Singapore: The making of a national university. In P. Altbach & V. Selvaratnam (Eds.), From dependence to autonomy: The development of Asian universities (pp. 207-226). Hague: Kluvier Publishers.
  24. Gopinathan, S. (1991). Education. In E. C. T. Chew & E. Lee (Eds.), A history of Singapore (pp.268-287). Singapore: Oxford University Press.
  25. Gopinathan, S. (1994). Open to talent: Higher education in Singapore. In L. Brown (Ed.), Towards a Commonwealth of scholars : a new vision for the nineties (pp. 218-227). London: Commonwealth secretariat. 
  26. Gopinathan, S. (1994). Language policy changes, 1979-1992: Politics and pedagogy. In S. Gopinathan, A. Pakir, W. K. Ho & V. Saravanan (Eds.),  Language, society and education in Singapore (pp. 65-91). Singapore: Times Academic Press.
  27. Gopinathan, S. (1995). Education and development in Singapore.  In P. Morriss & A. Sweeting (Eds.), Education and development in East Asia (pp. 79-103). New York: Garland Publishing.
  28. Gopinathan, S. (1997). Education and development in Singapore.  In J. Tan,  S. Gopinathan & W. K .Ho (Eds.), Education in Singapore: A book of readings (pp. 33-54).  Singapore: Prentice Hall.
  29. Gopinathan, S. (1997). Educational development in a strong-developmentalist state: The Singapore experience. In W. Cummings & N. McGinn (Eds.), International handbook for development and education (pp. 587-605). New York: Gardland Press.
  30. Gopinathan, S. (1997). Education and state development: Lessons for the US? In P. G. Altbach & W. Cummings (Eds.), The Eastern Asian Educational Challenge (pp. 249-264). Buffalo: N.Y. SUNY Press. View E-Book
  31. Gopinathan, S. (2001).  Macro-policy: Globalisation, the state and education policy in Singapore.  In J. Tan, S. Gopinathan  & W. K. Ho (Eds.), Challenges facing the Singapore education system today (pp. 3-17).  Singapore: Prentice Hall.
  32. Gopinathan, S. (2002). University reforms and academic governance in Singapore. In A. Arimoto (Ed.), University reforms and academic governance reconsidered (pp. 53-64). Hiroshima: Research Institute for Higher Education.
  33. Gopinathan, S. (2006).  School effectiveness and school improvement in Singapore: An East Asian perspective.  In J. C. Lee & M. Williams (Eds.), School improvement: International perspectives (pp. 213-226).  New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  34. Gopinathan, S. (2009).  Educating the next generation. In B. Welsh,  J. Chin & T.  H. Tan (Eds.),  Impression of the Goh Chok Tong years in Singapore (pp. 240-251).  Singapore: NUS Press/Institute of Policy Studies, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.
  35. Gopinathan, S. (2010). Introduction to the National Institute of Education (1991-2010). In Chen, A. Y., & Koay, S. L. (Eds.), Transforming teaching, inspiring Learning: 60 years of teacher education in Singapore (1950-2010) (pp. 129-132). Singapore: National Institute of Education.
  36. Gopinathan, S., & Gremli, M. S. (1988).  The Educational research environment in Singapore.  In S. Gopinathan, & H. D. Nielsen (Eds.), Educational research environments in Southeast Asia (pp. 135-184). Singapore: Chopmen Publishers.
  37. Gopinathan, S. & Gremli, M. (1989). Scientific research in the botany department of the National University of Singapore. In P. Altbach et. al. (Eds.),  Scientific development and higher education: the case of newly industrialising nations  (pp. 279-306). New York: Praeger.
  38. Gopinathan, S. & Ho, W. K. (2000). Educational change and development in Singapore. In T. Townsend & C. C. Yin (Eds.), Educational change and development in the Asia Pacific region: Challenges for the future (pp. 163-184). Lisse, The Netherlands: Swets and Zeitlinger.
  39. Gopinathan, S., & Ho, W. K. (2000). Teacher education in Singapore. In P. Morris & J. Williamson (Eds.), Teacher education in the Asia-Pacific region: A comparative study (pp. 199-225). New York: Falmer Press.
  40. Gopinathan, S., & Ho, W. K. (2003). Issues, concerns and prospects regarding teachers, teaching and teacher education. In J. P. Keeves & R. Watanabe (Eds.), International handbook of education research in the Asia Pacific region (pp. 733-740). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic.
  41. Gopinathan, S., Ho, W. K., & Saravanan, V.  (2004).  Ethnicity management and language education policy: Towards a modified model of language education in Singapore schools. In A. E. Lai (Ed.), Beyond rituals and riots: Ethnic pluralism and social cohesion in Singapore (pp. 228-257). Singapore: Eastern Universities Press.
  42. Gopinathan, S., Ho, W. K., & Tan, J. (2001). Teacher education and teaching in Singapore: Into the new century. In Y. C. Cheng, M. C. Mok & K. T. Tsui (Eds.), Teaching effectiveness and teacher development:Towards a new knowledge base (pp.407-430). Hong Kong/Dordrecht: The Hong Kong Institute of Education/Kluwer Academic.
  43. Gopinathan, S., & Hung, D. (2010). Research in the National Institute of Education since 1991. In Chen, A. Y., & Koay, S. L. (Eds.), Transforming teaching, inspiring learning: 60 years of teacher education in Singapore (1950-2010) (pp. 179-190). Singapore: National Institute of Education.
  44. Gopinathan, S., & Lee, M. H. (2013). Reforming curriculum in Singapore and Hong Kong. In Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (Eds.), Globalization and the Singapore curriculum: From policy to classroom (pp. 225-240). Singapore: Springer.
  45. Gopinathan, S., & Mardiana, A. B. (2013). Globalization, the state and curriculum reform. In  Deng, Z., Gopinathan, S., & Lee, C. K. -E. (Eds.), Globalization and the Singapore curriculum: From policy to classroom (pp. 15-32). Singapore: Springer.
  46. Gopinathan, S., & Morriss, S. B. (1997). Trends in university reform in the context of massification Singapore country report. RIHE International Seminar Reports, 10, 127-160. Retrieved from http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED414819
  47. Gopinathan, S., & Nielsen, H. D.  (1988).  Educational research environments in Southeast Asia: An overview. In S. Gopinathan, & H. D. Nielsen (Eds.), Educational research environments in Southeast Asia (pp. 1-26). Singapore: Chopman Publishers.
  48. Gopinathan, S., & Saravanan, V. (2003). Education and identity issues in the internet age: The case of the Indians in Singapore.  In M. W. Charney, B. Yeoh, & C. K. Tong (Eds.), Asian migrants and education: The tensions of education in immigrant societies and among migrant groups (pp. 39-51).  Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic.
  49. Gopinathan, S., & Sharpe, L. (2002). Teacher education is the key: Professionalism and the strategic state. In E. Thomas (Ed.), Teacher education: Dilemmas and prospects (pp.23-32). London: Kogan Page.
  50. Gopinathan, S., & Sharpe, L. (2004). New bearings for citizenship education in Singapore. In W.O. Lee, K. J. Kennedy & D. L. Grossman (Eds.), Citizenship education in Asia and the Pacific: Concepts and issues (pp. 119-133).  Hong Kong/Dordrecht: Comparative Education Research Centre,  The University of Hong Kong/Kluwer Academic.
  51. Gopinathan, S., & Shive, G. L. (1988). Scholarly access in North-South academic relations.  In G. L Shive, S. Gopinathan & W. K. Cummings (Eds.),  North-South scholarly exchange: Access, equity and collaboration (pp. 107-115). New York: Mansell Publishing.
  52. Huber, S. G., & Gopinathan, S. (2004).  Singapore: Full-time preparation for challenging times.  In S. G. Huber (Ed.), Preparing school leaders for the 21st Century: An international comparison of development programs in 15 countries (pp. 218-226).  London: Routledge.
  53. Lee, H. H. M., and Gopinathan, S. (2003). Centralised decentralisation of higher education in Singapore. In K. Mok (Ed.),  Centralisation and decentralisation:  Educational reforms and changing governance in Chinese societies (pp. 117-136).  Hong Kong/Dordrecht:  Comparative Education Research Centre,  University of Hong Kong/Kluwer Academic.
  54. Lee, M. H., & Gopinathan, S. (2005). Reforming university education in Hong Kong and Singapore. In K. Mok & R. James (Eds.), Globalization and higher education in East Asia: Contemporary issues in education series (pp. 56-98).  Singapore: Marshall Cavendish.
  55. Lim, S. T., & Gopinathan, S. (1990). 25 years of curriculum planning. In S. K. Yip & W. K. Sim (Eds.),  Evolution of educational excellence (pp. 59-80). Singapore: John Longman.
  56. Lim-Ratnam, C., & Gopinathan, S. (2010). Looking forward. In Chen, A. Y., & Koay, S. L. (Eds.), Transforming teaching, inspiring learning: 60 years of teacher education in Singapore (1950-2010)(pp. 205-216). Singapore: National Institute of Education.
  57. Pang, E. F., & Gopinathan, S. (1989). Public policy, research environment and higher education in Singapore. In P. Altbach et. al. (Eds.),  Scientific development and higher education: the case of newly industrialising nations (pp. 137-176). New York: Praeger.
  58. Tan, J., & Gopinathan, S. (2005).  Education reform in Singapore: Towards greater creativity and innovation.  In Vietnam National Council on Education (Ed.), International forum on Vietnam education: Higher education reform and international integration (pp. 271-287). Hanoi: Educational Publishing House.
  59. Tan, S. K. S., Wong, A. F. L., Gopinathan, S., Goh, K. C., Wong, I. Y. F., & Ong, K. H. (2007).  The qualifications of the teaching force in Singapore.  In R. M. Ingersoll (Ed.),  A comparative study of teacher preparation and qualifications in six nations (pp. 71-83). Philadelphia, PA: Consortium for Policy Research in Education, University of Pennsylvania.

Journal Papers (Refereed)

  1. Crawford, L., Gopinathan, S., Hu, C., Moo, S. N., Khine, M. S., Sharpe, L., et al. (2001). Using multipoint desktop videoconferencing for the professional development of NIE teachers on teaching practice. REACT, 1, 33-38.
  2. Crawford, L., Sharpe, L., Hu, C., Gopinathan, S., Moo, S. N., & Wong, A. (2002). Multipoint desktop videoconferencing in teacher education: Preliminaries, problems and progress. Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 30(1), 67-78.
  3. Deng, Z., & Gopinathan, S. (1999). Integration of information technology into teaching: the complexity and challenges of implementation of curricular changes in Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education and Development, 2(1), 29-39.
  4. Deng, Z., & Gopinathan, S. (2001). Research on teaching and teacher education in Singapore (1989-1999): Making a case for alternative research paradigms. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 21(2), 76-95.
  5. Deng, Z., & Gopinathan, S. (2003). Continuity and change in conceptual orientations for teacher preparation in Singapore: Challenging teacher preparation as training. Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 31(1), 51-65.
  6. Deng, Z., & Gopinathan, S. (2006).  The complicity of medium-of-instruction policies: Functions and hidden agendas.  Journal of Curriculum Studies, 38(5), 609-622.
  7. Gopinathan, S. (1980). Moral education in a plural society: A Singapore case study. International Review of Education, 26(2), 171-185.
  8. Gopinathan, S. (1983). Asian higher education in transition. Bulletin of the Unesco Regional Office for Education in Asia and the Pacific, 24, 124-135.
  9. Gopinathan, S. (1983). The role of textbooks in Asian education. Prospects, 13(3), 343-350.
  10. Gopinathan, S. (1992). Review of educational events in Singapore in 1991. Singapore Journal of Education, 12(2), 93-95.
  11. Gopinathan, S. (1993). Review of educational events in Singapore in 1992. Singapore Journal of Education, 13(2), 73-75.
  12. Gopinathan, S. (1994). Review of educational events in Singapore in 1993. Singapore Journal of Education, 14(2), 76-77.
  13. Gopinathan, S. (1995). Religious education in a secular State: The Singapore experience. Asian Journal of Political Science, 3(2), 15-27.
  14. Gopinathan, S. (1996). Globalisation, the state and education policy in Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Education , 16(1), 74-87.
  15. Gopinathan, S. (1997). Educational Development in Singapore. Connecting the National, Regional and the Global. The Australian Educational Researcher, 24(1), 1-12.
  16. Gopinathan, S. (1998). Educational development in Singapore. Commentary, 15, 1-13.
  17. Gopinathan, S. (1999). Preparing for the next rung: economic restructuring and educational reform in Singapore. Journal of Education and Work , 12(3), 295-308.
  18. Gopinathan, S. (2002).  The challenge of globalisation: Implications for education in Singapore.  Commentary: Globalisation, 18, 83-90.
  19. Gopinathan, S. (2004).  Language planning in education in Singapore: History, transitions, futures.  Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (Singapore), 12(2), 14-23.
  20. Gopinathan, S. (2006).  Challenging the paradigm: Notes on developing an indigenized teacher education curriculum.  Improving Schools, 9(3), 261-272.
  21. Gopinathan, S. (2007).  Globalisation, the Singapore developmental state and education policy: A thesis revisited.  Globalization, Societies & Education, 5(1), 53-70.
  22. Gopinathan, S. (2012). Fourth Way in action? The evolution of Singapore’s education system. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 11(1), 65-70.
  23. Gopinathan, S., & Altbach, P. G. (2005).  Rethinking centre-periphery. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 25(2), 117-123.
  24. Gopinathan, S., & Deng, Z. (2006).  Fostering school-based curriculum development in the context of new educational initiatives in Singapore. [Special Issue: Curricular Reforms in Southeast Asia], Planning and Changing: An Educational Leadership and Policy Journal, 37(1 & 2), 93-110.
  25. Gopinathan, S., Ho, W. K., & Tan, J. (1999). Teacher education and teaching in Singapore: Recent trends.  Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education and Development, 2(1), 3-14.
  26. Gopinathan, S., & Lee, M. H. (2011). Challenging and co-opting globalisation: Singapore's strategies in higher education. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 33(3), 287-299.
  27. Gopinathan, S., & Letchumy, P. (2011). Teacher education in Singapore: Charting new directions. Journal of Research, Policy & Practice of Teachers & Teacher Education, 1(1), 16-29.
  28. Gopinathan, S., & Morriss, S. (1997). Trends in university reform in the context of massification. Tokyo: Research Institute for Higher Education International Seminar Reports, 10, 127-160.
  29. Gopinathan, S., & Saravanan, V. (1985). Varieties of English and educational linguistics: An agenda for research. Singapore Journal of Education, 7(1), 64-71.
  30. Gopinathan, S., & Shive, G. (1987). Scholarly access: Opportunities and problems in North-South academic relations . Comparative Education Review, 31(4), 490-508.
  31. Gopinathan, S., Tan, J., & Crawford, L. (1999). Education and human resource policies in Singapore. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, 12(4), 391-410.
  32. Gopinathan, S., Wong, B., & Tang, N. (2008).  The evolution of school leadership policy and practice in Singapore: Responses to changing socio-economic political contexts (insurgents, implementers, innovators).  Journal of Educational Administration and History, 40(3), 235-249.
  33. Ho, W. K., & Gopinathan, S. (1999). Recent developments in education in Singapore. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 10(1), 99-117.
  34. Hogan, D., & Gopinathan, S. (2008). Knowledge management, sustainable innovation, and pre-service teacher education in Singapore. Teachers & Teaching, 14(4), 369-384.
  35. Hu, C., Sharpe, L., Crawford, L., Gopinathan S., Moo, S. N., & Wong, A. F. L. (2000). Using lesson video clips via MDVC to facilitate reflective practice.  Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 9(3), 377-388.
  36. Lee, H. H., & Gopinathan S. (2001). Centralised decentralisation of higher education in Singapore. Education and Society, 19(3), 79-96.
  37. Lee, M.H., & Gopinathan, S. (2003). Convergence or divergences? Comparing education reforms in Hong Kong and Singapore.  Journal of Southeast Asian Education, 4(1), 71-103.
  38. Lee, M.H. & Gopinathan, S. (2003). Reforming university education in Hong Kong and Singapore. Higher Education Research and Development, 22(2), 167-182.
  39. Lee, M. H., & Gopinathan, S. (2007).  Internationalizing university education in Singapore: Future directions.  Higher Education Forum, 4, 87-112.
  40. Lee, M. H., & Gopinathan, S. (2007).  University restructuring in Singapore: Amazing! or a maze?  Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 6(1), 107-141.
  41. Lee, M. H., & Gopinathan, S. (2012). Global or glocal? Roadmaps for curriculum developments in Singapore and Hong Kong. Curriculum and Teaching, 27(1), 43-65.
  42. Luke, A., Freebody, P., Lau, S., & Gopinathan, S. (2005). Towards research-based innovation and reform: Singapore schooling in transition. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 25(1), 5-28.
  43. Mani, A., & Gopinathan, S. (1983). Changes in Tamil language acquisition and usage in Singapore: A case of subtrative bilingualism. Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science, 11(1), 104-117.
  44. Morriss, S., & Gopinathan, S. (1997). Educational funding trends in Singapore. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, 11(3), 297-320.
  45. Selvaratnam,V., & Gopinathan, S. (1984). Higher education in Asean: Towards the year 2000. Higher Education, 13, 67-83.
  46. Sharpe, L., & Gopinathan S. (1992). Feeding NIE: A funnelling effect in recruitment.  Singapore Journal of Education, 12(2), 83-87.
  47. Sharpe, L., & Gopinathan, S. (1993). Universitisation and the reform of teacher education: the case of Britain and Singapore. Research in Education, 50, 5-16.
  48. Sharpe, L., & Gopinathan, S. (1996). Effective island, effective schools: repairing and restructure in the Singapore school system. International Journal of Educational Reform, 5(4), 394-402.
  49. Sharpe, L., & Gopinathan, S. (2000). Leadership in high achieving schools in Singapore: The influence of societal culture. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 20(2), 87-98.
  50. Sharpe, L., & Gopinathan S. (2002). After effectiveness: New directions in the Singapore school system? Journal of Education Policy, 17(2), 151-166.
  51. Sharpe, L., Hu, C., Crawford, L., Gopinathan, S., Moo, S. N., & Wong, A. F. L. (2000). Multipoint desktop videoconferencing as a collaborative learning tool for teacher preparation: A Singapore experience. Educational Technology, 40(5),  61-63.
  52. Sharpe, L., Hu, C., Crawford, L., Gopinathan, S., Myint, S. K., Moo, S. N., & Wong, A. (2003). Enhancing multipoint desktop video conferencing with lesson video clips: Recent developments in preservice teaching practice in Singapore. Teaching and Teacher Education, 19(5), 529-541.
  53. Smith, I., & Gopinathan, S. (2000). Language policies in multicultural societies. Australian Journal of Education, 44(1), 43-50.
  54. Tan, J., & Gopinathan, S. (1999). An innovation in educational financing: The Edusave scheme in Singapore. CHANGE, 2(2), 66-79.
  55. Tan, J., & Gopinathan, S. (2000). Education reform in Singapore: Towards greater creativity and innovation?  (Japan) National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA) Review, 7(3), 5-10.
  56. Tan, S. K., Wong, I. Y., Fang, Y., Devi, L., & Gopinathan, S. (2010). Educational collaboration across borders: the preparation of the Transforming teacher education. Redefined professionals for 21st century schools report. Journal of Education for Teaching, 36(4), 477-493.
  57. Wang, J. C. K., Khoo, A., Goh, C. B., Tan, S. K. S., & Gopinathan, S. (2006).  Patriotism and national education: Perceptions of trainee teachers in Singapore.  Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 26(1), 51-64.
  58. Wong, A. F. L., Chiew, G. S. , Gopinathan, S., & D'Rozario, V. (1998). Singapore primary schools: Social context, teacher preparation and classroom processes involved in high academic achievement. Education 3-13 , 26(2), 33-41.

Published Conference Papers

  1. Gopinathan, S.  (2003). Contribution of teacher quality to student achievement: Trends, issues and best practices in the Commonwealth.  Paper presented at the 15th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (15CCEM), Edinburgh, England.
  2. Gopinathan, S. (2004). Education reform in Singapore: Towards greater creativity and innovation. Paper presented at the Inaugural International Symposium on Vietnam Education 2004, Hanoi, Vietnam.
  3. Gopinathan, S. (2004). Understanding paradigm shifts in language planning in education: A teacher education perspective. (Invited Keynote Address). In X. Deng, V. M. Cole, M. L. C. Sadorra & S. M. Wu (Eds.), Paradigm shifts in English language teaching and learning: Selected papers from the Inaugural CELC International Symposium (pp 1-10).  Singapore: National University of Singapore.
  4. Gopinathan, S. (2005).  Remaking the Singapore curriculum: Trends, issues, prospects.  In School based curriculum renewal for the knowledge society: Developing capacity for new times (pp. 71-81).  Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education. 
  5. Gopinathan, S. (2005). Understanding paradigm shifts in langauge planning in education in Singapore: A teacher education’s perspective.  In X. Deng, V. M . Cole, M. L. C. Sadorra & S. M. Wu (Eds.), Paradigm shifts in english language teaching and learning: Selected papers from the inaugural CELC international symposium (pp. 1-10). Singapore: National University of Singapore.
  6. Hu, C., Wong, A. F. L., Sharpe, L., Crawford, L., Gopinathan, S., Moo, S. N., & Khine, M. S. (2001). Multipoint desktop videoconferencing for teacher training: A Singapore experience. Paper presented at the ED-MEDIA 2001 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Tampere, Finland. Retrieved from ERIC database. 
  7. Moo, S. N., Wong, A. F. L., Sharpe, L., Crawford, L., Hu, C., & Gopinathan, S.  (2001). Connecting trainee teachers and school mentors with university educators via multipoint desltop video conferencing (MDVC): The Singapore experience. In J. Price et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2001 (pp. 2998-2999). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  8. Sharpe, L., Coombs, S., & Gopinathan, S. (1999). Computer communication discourse for Singapore's practicum students in enhancing learning: Challenge of integrating thinking and information technology into the curriculum. In M. Waas (Ed.), Educational Research Association Conference , Vol. 1 , (pp. 216-222). Singapore: National Institute of Education.

Unpublished Conference Papers

  1. Gopinathan, S. (2013, January). Education and the nation state: The role of public policy. Paper presented at the 2013 Fall Seminar of the Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, Japan.
  2. Gopinathan, S. (2013, November). Challenging the future: Singapore education in transition. Paper presented at the 2013 Asia Education Conference, Singapore.
  3. Loo, S. P. (Ed.). (2000). Education challenges in the new millennium (3 volumes).   Malaysian Educational Research Association Conference, Malaysia.
  4. Moo, S. N., L. Crawford, L. Hu, C., Gopinathan, S., & Wong, A. (29th June - 1st July 2000). The use of teaching video clips in  multipoint  desktop video conferencing:  Recent developments in the Singapore MDVC project. Paper presented at the 9th Asian Media Information and Communication Centre Conference on “The Digital Millenium: Opportunities for Asian Media”, Singapore.
  5. Moo, S. N., Wong, A. F. L., Crawford, L., Hu, C., Sharpe, L., & Gopinathan, S. (2000, September). School coordinating mentors in NIE's partnership model: More effective functioning through networking? Paper presented at the Educational Research Association-Association of Mathematics Educators-Asian Media Information and Communication Centre Ltd Joint Conference, Singapore.
  6. Myint, S. K., Sharpe, L., Hu, C., H. Crawford, L., Gopinathan, S., Moo, S. N., & Wong, A. (2001, August). Application of multipoint desktop video conferencing system (MDVC) for enhancement of trainee-supervisor discourse in teacher education. Paper presented at the the International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.
  7. Sharpe, L., Coombs, S., & Gopinathan, S. (1998). Teaching practice discourse and computer communications technology. Paper presented at the Malaysian Educational Research Association 1st Annual Conference, Penang, Malaysia.
  8. Sharpe, L., Coombs, S., Moo, S. N., Crawford, L., & Gopinathan, S. (1999, September) . Connecting learners: Singapore's multipoint desktop videoconferencing practicum project. Paper presented at the 2nd Regional Symposium on New Media and Learning Technologies, Singapore.
  9. Sharpe, L., Crawford, L., Hu, C., Gopinathan, S., Moo, S. N., & Wong, A. (2000, September). Enhancing multipoint desktop video conferencing (MDVC) with lesson video clips. Paper present Educational Research Association-Association of Mathematics Educators-Asian Media Information and Communication Centre Ltd Joint Conference, Singapore.

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