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i would like to express my gratitude to my team members - Ming De, Ahmed, Derek, Richard, and Collin.
i am also deeply grateful to my contributing authors, namely Susan Just, Ladan Cockshut, Michael Vallance, Luiz Ernesto Merkle, and Rodrigo Barbosa e Silva.
last but certainly not least, i would like to thank Courtney Blades, Amanda Millar, Sophie Edinson, Victoria Carruthers, Anthony Wright, and others from the Cambridge Scholars team, and our fearless proofreader Marlene de Wilde :-)
we hope you enjoy reading the stories therein, as much as we have done bringing them to you :-)
my team and i received the news today that we have been awarded a commission to write a Guidebook on Digital Game Development for Early Literacy Learning in Developing Countries, from Digital Learning for Development (DL4D) and All Children Reading: a Grand Challenge for Development (ACR-GCD).
this is an excerpt of the keynote address given by the Managing Director of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) - Ms Jacqueline Poh - during the inaugural ICT seminar of the National Institute of Education (NIE).
in this excerpt, Ms Poh very kindly makes reference to the Six Learnings / Disciplinary Intuitions programme as an example of what the vision of Singapore as a Smart Nation means for learning.
we are very grateful to Ms Poh for her encouragement.