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Besides the lecture, Professor Harland also engaged in active discussions with many NUS colleagues throughout his visit. These included workshops for faculty on “Assessment of complex knowledge” and “Students who conduct peer review on each other’s work”; discussions with colleagues from various academic departments and centres, as well as with other units such as the NUS Teaching Academy and PGP House. He further led roundtable discussions with academic developers from various higher education institutions in Singapore.
“Focus on the teaching and learning of complex knowledge, and
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