Learning Ventures was established in 1998 and provides courses in English language pedagogy and professional communication for teachers. These courses include the teaching of reading, writing, listening, grammar and oral communication skills. Courses on mindfulness, professional writing and communication in school settings for teachers’ own personal development are also available.
Learning Ventures would be launching a new series of online course in 2018. Schools would be able to use these courses in a flipped classroom context. To preview or purchase the online courses, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6256 9785.
These courses will be taught by: Dr Yin Mee Cheah
Yin Mee Cheah is a partner and the principal consultant at Learning Ventures. Yin Mee’s mission, through Learning Ventures, is to inspire teachers to be lifelong learners and impactful educators.
She has been a popular in-service trainer to primary schools in Singapore. Since 1995, she has taught more than 800 in-service courses at over 150 primary schools in Singapore. Her more popular courses included courses on reading, writing, oral skills and assessment.
She has been a teacher educator for almost 40 years. Between 1985 and 1998, Yin Mee was a lecturer at the National Institute of Education where she was a pioneer specializing in the training of pre and in-service primary school teachers. Before that she spent several years teaching in a secondary school and a junior college.
Yin Mee has also worked as a linguistic and education consultant to publishers, learning centres, IT companies, schools, and the Ministry of Education.
Yin Mee’s academic achievements:
- Ph.D. (Education) 1994, University of California at Berkeley
Dissertation: Language and Cultural Identity:
An ethnographic study of English language education in Singapore
- M.A. (Education), 1987, Stanford University
- Dip. Appl. Linguistics (with distinction), 1984, RELC, Singapore
- Dip. Ed., 1979, Institute of Education, National University of Singapore
- B.A. (Hons.) 2nd Upper, 1977, University of Malaya