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As with any end-of-year contemplation, the start point is brought to mind.
- one navel orange with leaf curl from last week’s scorching easterly;
- a Eureka lemon which has grown straggly in the reach for its window of morning sun;
- and this semi-petrified kaffir lime in a pot on the terrace –
- Bird Cloud
- The Rings of Saturn
- Thinking Fast and Slow
- A History of Modern Singapore 1819-2005
- The Lives of Women
- Sunset Park
Elmore, R.F. (2016). ‘‘Getting to scale…’’ it seemed like a good idea at the time. Journal of Educational Change, 17(4), 529-537.
Turnbull, C.M. (2016). A history of modern singapore 1819-2005. Singapore: NUS Press.
Covey, M.R. (2006). The Speed Of Trust: the One Thing That Changes Everything. UK: Pocket Books.
Beatty, B.R. (2000). Teachers leading their own professional growth: Self-directed reflection and collaboration and changes in perception of self and work in secondary school teachers. Journal of In-service Education. Retrieved October 28 2016 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/249020573