Teaching Enhancement Grant (TEG)

Provides monetary support for scholarly projects that investigate and aims to improve teaching and learning practices.

Projects Awarded

The Teaching Enhancement Grant provides monetary support for professional development activities or research projects to promote reflective and outcome-based teaching and learning.

Themes:

(i) Integrating Pedagogy, Technology and Change Knowledge
(ii) Assessment of Student Learning
(iii) Emerging Technology, Future Models and Academic Transformation
(iv) Open Category


Total number of applications received – 42
Total number of applications awarded – 15

1-year projects:

  • Evaluating the impact of a communication skills module on computing students’ speaking and writing skills
  • Experiential Learning using Sandboxes and Augmented Reality in Natural Sciences
  • Use of video in the teaching of social work research method
  • Developing Responsible Learners
  • Engaging environmental engineering students with a blended learning approach
  • Using Standardised Patients in enhancing students’ learning experience in Mental Health Nursing
  • Designing and evaluating a serious game for safe administration of blood transfusion: An integrated learning strategy with simulation
  • Impact of living‐learning programmes on Year One student’s transition to university life: A Ridge View Residential College (RVRC) case study

2-3 year projects

  • Optimizing learning and development during internships
  • An interactive online portal for analyzing educational data
  • Impact of project‐based scaffolding on students’ learning in the Design‐Centric Programme
  • Laboratory Work: Through the Asian Looking Glass
  • Self‐Regulated Learning on Medical Students in ASEAN countries
  • Use of Point‐of‐View Camera to facilitate learning of Endotracheal Intubation
  • Developing Active Citizenship Behaviour: Assessing the Learning Outcomes of Community Engagements in an NUS Residential College

 

View Projects over the years