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|Abstract:||This paper addresses the "Kiasu" and "Takut" phenomena in the singapore education system. It emphasizes the urgent need for teachers and teacher educators to refocus attention on IT as instructional technology and IT as information technology in the midst of rapid changes in the world of work, and in education. To sharpen the use of appropriate technology, it is necessary to re-examine the acts of knowing, learning, and teaching in the light of recent educational research findings. It is also necessary to reconsider current approaches to the process of knowledge and skill construction, application, and collaborative efforts to train high performance learners and learning communities in workplaces.|
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