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Foong, P. Y. (2007). Teacher as researcher- A review on mathematics education research of Singapore teachers. The Mathematics Educator, 10(1), 3-20.

Foong, P. Y. (2005). Developing creativity in the Singapore primary mathematics classroom: Factors that support and inhibit. Thinking Classroom, 6(4), 14-21.

Foong, P. Y. (2004). Engaging mathematics curriculum: Some exemplary practices in Singapore primary schools. Teaching and Learning, 6(2), 115-126.

Foong, P. Y. (2004). Opening textbook sums for mathematical creativity. Maths Buzz, 6(1), 2-5.

Foong, P. Y., & Ee, J. L. C. (2002). Enhancing the learning of underachievers in mathematics. ASCD Singapore Review, 11, 25-35.

Foong, P. Y. (2002). Roles of problems to enhance pedagogical practices in the Singapore classrooms. The Mathematics Educator, 1(1), 15-31.

Foong, P. Y. (1999). Promoting higher-order thinking through open-ended problems. Mathematics Newsletter, 1(20), 1-3.

Foong, P. Y. (1999). Do you panic about maths? REACT, Issue 2, 37-44.

Foong, P. Y. (1999). Varfor lyckades Singapore i TIMSS [Education in Singapore: Contributing Factors to TIMSS results]. Namnaren, 26(3), 40-45.

Foong, P. Y. (1999). Mathematisation - Trend towards project work. Maths buzz, 1(1), 3-4.

Foong, P. Y. (1998). Learning abacus: What cognitive processes do pupils use? REACT, 2, 24-29.

Foong, P. Y., & Koay, P. L. (1998). Problem med verklighet i skolan.[Solving real problems at school]. Namnaren, 25(4), 6-11.

Foong, P. Y., & Perry, B. (1998). Proportional reasoning and mathematical beliefs of student teachers from Singapore and Australia. The Mathematics Educator, 3(2), 38-53.

Foong, P. Y., & Koay, P. L. (1997). School word problems and stereotyped thinking. Teaching & Learning, 8(1), 73-82.

Foong, P. Y., Yap, S. F., Khoo, P. S., & Berinderjeet Kaur (1997). Developing profiles in primary mathematics using item response theory. The Mathematics Educator, 2(1), 1-17.

Yeap, B. H., & Foong, P. Y. (1996). Constructivism in the mathematics classroom. REACT, 1, 4.

Foong, P. Y., YGreat source of creative commons material for presentations and digital products. A must resource if working with people new to the idea of creative commons and copyright issues.

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I love Singapore Math and my kids do it for supplementation to their regular math school work. I blog on Math Workbooks at http://www.pragmaticmom.com/?page_id=1927

I also like Daily Word Problems and Life of Fred.

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