Programme

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25 September 2018 (Tue)

Time

Auditorium

8.00

Registration & Morning Coffee @ Benefactor’s Foyer

8.45-9.00am

Opening Remarks

Associate Professor Erle LIM, Associate Provost (Undergraduate Education)

Speech | Video

9.00-9.45am

Keynote Lecture 1
Chair: Adrian LEE

 

Professor Dilly FUNG 
A connected curriculum for higher education

Abstract | Slides | Video Lecture

9.45-10.10am

Coffee Break @ Benefactor’s Foyer

10.10-10.55am

Keynote Lecture 2  
Chair: LEE Kooi Cheng

 

Professor Tony HARLAND 
Teaching undergraduate students as researchers in the interest of powerful knowledge

Abstract | Slides | Video Lecture

10.55-11.45am

Panel Discussion 1

Chair: Johan GEERTSEMA

 

Johan GEERTSEMA (Chair), Erle LIM, Dilly FUNG, Tony HARLAND, WONG Kah Wei, JEON Ah Jung, LIM Mingxun

Research based education

AbstractVideo

11.45am-12.45pm   

Lunch @ Benefactor’s Foyer

Time

Coriander

Basil

Clove

Lemongrass

Thyme

Auditorium

12.45-1.10pm

Paper presentation
Dania MURAD, WANG Riwu, Douglas TURNBULL & WANG Ye

Paper presentation
Aileen LAM, Jodie LUU & Sarah CHONG

Paper presentation
JEON Ah Jung & Greg TUCKER-KELLOGG

Paper presentation
FONG Yoke Sim

Paper presentation
Stephanie L. HEPNER &Trevor E. CARLSON

Roundtable 1  

12.45-1.30pm

Abdel Halim SYKES, Eric CHAN, HO Han Kiat, LEE Kooi Cheng, ONG Pei Shi, WU Siew Mei

 

Embedding academic literacies in a Pharmacy module: A collaborative initiative

 

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Music Technology to Enhance Foreign Language Learning

iMOOC – A Quest for Success

What do our students value in instruction? Structural topic modeling of student evaluations of teaching

Supporting the English Language Needs of International Graduate Students

Active Learning to Develop Key Research Skills in Master’s Level Computer Science Coursework

 

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1.10-1.35pm

Paper presentation
Rajesh C. PANICKER

Paper presentation
Eldin LIM

Paper presentation
Sandra FIELD

Paper presentation
LEE Gek Ling & LEE Kit Mun

Paper presentation
Brenda YUEN & Sirinut SAWATDEENARUNAT

 

Learning and Documentation using Wikis: Use Cases from State-of-the-art Engineering Courses

A Design Software to facilitate learning of Quantitative Critical Thinking by Chemical Engineering Students

Applying political philosophy to real-world cases

So where am I in my professional development? Devising an ELT standards matrix as a self-diagnostic tool

Applying a rubric development cycle for assessment in higher education: an evidence-based case study of a science communication module

 

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Time

Coriander

Basil

Clove

Lemongrass

Thyme

Auditorium

1.35-2.00pm

Paper presentation
Lynette TAN, Helena WHALEN-BRIDGE & WEE Ying Qin

Paper presentation
Nadya S. PATEL

Paper presentation
Mark BROOKE

Paper presentation
JEON Ah Jung, David KELLOGG, Mohammed Asif KHAN, Greg TUCKER-KELLOGG

Paper presentation
James D. STEPHEN

Roundtable 2 

1.35-2.20pm

Robert KAMEI, Kiruthika RAGUPATHI, Alice CHRISTUDASON and Kevin HARTMAN

 

NUS’s Vision of learning analytics, individual autonomy and data privacy

 

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Transferring gamification across disciplines: determining the efficacy of migrating a gamification platform from a language to a law module

Critical Reading and Analysis with Text Annotations in a Blended Learning Environment

Guiding teacher talk in the CLIL classroom using Semantics from Legitimation Code Theory

Building inquiry-based writing into the laboratory classroom

Student Feedback: Reaching down to the root [of] where it really matters

 

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2.00-2.25pm

Paper presentation
Eileen NG

Paper presentation
Alberto CORRIAS & Martin BUIST

Paper presentation
Sapthaswaran VEERAPATHIRAN, ZHEN Weirui, Akhil GOPINATH, Maddi K. DIVYA & Mark GAN

Paper presentation
LEE Shuh Shing, Dujeepa D SAMARASEKERA, Matthew GWEE, TAN Kong Bing & HOOI Shing Chuan

Paper presentation
Sirinut SAWATDEENARUNAT & Jonathan TANG

 

Future-Ready Graduates for Industry 4.0: Transformations of Mindsets and Competencies of the Construction Industry

An interactive online portal for analyzing educational data

Exploring the use of a scoring rubric for studying graduate teaching assistants’ competence in collaborative learning lesson planning and implementation

Teaching and Learning Strategies that Promote Self-Regulated Learning among Pre-Clinical Medical Students

One size might not fit all: Lessons from the validation of a science communication module

 

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2.25-2.40pm

Coffee Break @ Benefactor’s Foyer  

Time

Coriander

Basil

Clove

Lemongrass

Thyme

Auditorium

2.40-3.05pm

Paper presentation
Wesley HERCHE

Paper presentation
Cristina CARBUNARU

Paper presentation
CHUI Wai Keung, CHNG Hui Ting, Rachel ANG, CHOO Hyekyung, LEE Shuh Shing, Serena KOH, LIAW Sok Ying, WONG Mun Loke, Keith LIM, Dujeepa SAMARASEKERA

Paper presentation
Eric CHAN, LAU Aik Jiang

Paper presentation
Misty COOK

Roundtable 3 

2.40-3.25pm

Mark BROOKE, Laetitia MONBEC, Namala TILAKARATNA

 

Theory for the reflective educational practitioner

 

Abstract 

 

A design thinking approach to innovative knowledge discovery and pedagogy

NUSCollab: Tools for Online Collaboration

Can Collaborative Learning Develop Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice to Enhance Patient Health Outcomes?

Learning Activity Management System in a Flipped Classroom Model of a Graduate Drug Metabolism Course

Engaging students using peer feedback

 

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3.05-3.30pm

Paper presentation
Kankana MUKHOPADHYAY,  WONG Soon Fen, Joelle LAI & Angie TAN

Paper presentation
Jeanette IGNACIO, CHEN Hui Chen

Paper presentation
Jonathan TANG & Sirinut SAWATDEENARUNAT

Paper presentation
Daron LOO & Sylvia SIM

Paper presentation
YEONG Foong May, FOO Chuan De, TAN Aik Ling, TAN Seng Chee

 

A Comparative Analysis of Experiential Learning in Higher Education: Case Studies of STEER India and STEER Myanmar

Integrating theory and skills: The use of classroom gaming and video-assisted reflection to prepare nursing students for clinical practice

Enhancing Lifelong Learning Skills in Higher Education: A Cautionary Tale

Cultural Considerations for Academic Writing Pedagogy: Different Routes, Same Destination

How students approach Ill-structured problems: Investigations in a Life Sciences module

 

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3.30-3.55pm

Paper presentation
Rafi RASHID & LIM

Mingxun

Paper presentation
Alfred KOW, Sophia ANG

Paper presentation
HAN Zhe & Alexandre CHAN

Paper presentation
Irene E. de PATER

Paper presentation
Laetitia MONBEC

 

 

Fostering interdisciplinarity amongst PhD students using an authentic learning framework: An exploratory study

Development of mobile gaming application for teaching patient safety modules for medical students

Pharmacy Students’ Attitudes and Perceptions Towards Peer Assessment and Its Utility in Enhancing Patient Presentation Skills

Optimizing Internship Effectiveness

Supporting students’ academic literacy: a social semiotic case study in STEM disciplines

 

 

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3.55-4.10pm

Coffee Break @ Benefactor’s Foyer

Time

Coriander

Basil

Clove

Lemongrass

Thyme

Auditorium

4.10-4.25pm

3MT

1Alisha RAMOS
2Shefali BANERJEE
3Ignacio Barranco GRANGED
4GOH Zhang-He

PechaKucha
Dinesh K. SRINIVASAN, LEE Jieying, BAY Boon Huat, & YEN Ching-Chiuan

PechaKucha

Alina ANG, Rachel LIM & FUNG Fun Man

PechaKucha

LAM Siew Hong & Cynthia HE

 

 

 

1BEAUTY and the B(R)EAST
2Fixing the leak in dengue
3Over the Wave
4Breathe Easy: Mitigating Drug-Induced Liver Injury in Tuberculosis

AusCue: Cardiac Auscultation Simulator for Medical Training

Applying Connectivism for Students and Faculties in Teaching and Learning on a Contemporary Social Media Platform

Does the new internship module in Life Science curriculum enhance the development of generic skills and employability attributes

   

 

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4.25-4.40pm

PechaKucha
Joanne CHUA

PechaKucha 
LEE Zheng-Wei, CHEW Yuanyuan & YEONG Foong May

PechaKucha
Jelissa ONG

PechaKucha
Christoph D. ZIMMERMANN, Alvita ARDISARA & FUNG Fun Man

 

 

 

Assessing Learning Output On a Soft Skills Experiential Learning Module

Providing authentic research experiences in Life Science module: the MORE design

Engaging Students as Partners in Curriculum Development

Developing Bona-fide Online MOOC Lectures to the World using the Lightboard

   

 

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Time

Auditorium

4.40-5.30pm

Panel Discussion 2

Chair: Helen BOUND

 

Helen BOUND (Chair), Dilly FUNG, Tony HARLAND, Susanna LEONG, Irene de PATER, Bernard TOH

Fostering lifelong learning through connecting higher education with work environments

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updated 15 October 2018