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.


No. of Learning Improvement proposals received: 34
No. of Learning Improvement proposals awarded: 12

1-year projects:

  • Student’s Metacognition in Authentic Assessment: A Case Study on Designed-based project in Teaching Bioinstrumentation
  • Improving Students’ Professional Skills and Academic Results through Peer-Feedback and Self-Report in Service Learning
  • Integrating theory and skills: The use of classroom gaming and video-assisted reflection to prepare nursing students for clinical practice
  • Identification and Implementation of key metrics that contribute to successful endotracheal intubation
  • Implementing and evaluating the impact of a new science communication syllabus

2-3 year projects

  • NUSCollab: Tools for Online Collaboration
  • Technology Enhanced Learning of Quantitative Critical Thinking by Chemical Engineering students
  • Interprofessional advanced cardiac life support training on collaborative skills, self-efficacy and emotion regulation among fourth-year undergraduate nursing students: A sequential mixed methods design
  • PharmaVideos: Designing video documentaries as a form of curriculum delivery to enrich students’ learning experience in Pharmacology
  • The Use of Mobile Devices for Teaching and Learning
  • Learning Activity Management System (LAMS) for flipping a Graduate Course on Drug Metabolism
  • Measuring Learning Outcomes of University Town College Programme (UTCP) in Residential College 4 (RC4): Examining the Constructively Aligned Living-Learning Environments

 

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