In this installment, we share some practical ways of documenting reflections in teaching, as well as examples of reflections on teaching written by colleagues within and beyond NUS.
The course will be conducted in a blended learning mode within a semester – 6 three-hour sessions, inclusive of a gallery walk presentation. By end of the course, participants will develop a prototype of a unit in blended learning mode and present the prototype at the last session, 16 Nov 2017.
This session aims to provide an opportunity for NUS faculty members to be acquainted with the latest technological innovations developed by our very own NUS academics, which is now available to the larger NUS teaching community.
Why should an excellent student experience matter? What is quality teaching? These are two key questions addressed by Professor Denise Chalmers at the EiRP-Ruth Wong Memorial Lecture on Education 2017 on 24 August 2017.
During her workshop for faculty, Prof Chalmers discussed the importance of evidencing teaching, and how it enables educators to reflect on their practice in a scholarly way.