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Programme

Programme

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18 NOVEMBER 2019 (MONDAY)

Time

Venue

8.15am-8.45am

Registration @  LT3 foyer

8.45am-9.00am

Opening Address by Guest of Honour
Professor Bernard TAN

9.00am-10.00am

Keynote Lecture
Chair: Assoc Prof Adrian LEE
Advancing a culture of inclusive teaching excellence on campus
Dr Mary Deane SORCINELLI 
Abstract | Slides | Video Lecture

10.00am-10.30am

Coffee Break @  CDTL

10.30am-10.50am

Paper Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Reflective learning: How getting students to spot mistakes enhances learning

CHIAN Siau Chen, Dept of Civil & Environmental Engineering, FoE

Portfolio writing at higher education to support lifelong learning

PARK Mihi, Centre for Language Studies, FASS

Learning partnerships to
co-construct knowledge and foster diversity
in the classroom


Sadaf ANSARI, RVRC

10.55am-11.15am

Paper Presentations / PechaKucha Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Research-based versus
work-integrated learning programmes:
Is one better than the other in training employability skills and attributes?


LAM Siew Hong & Cynthia HE, Dept of Biological Sciences, FoS

Empowering engineering students: Why and how? A case study in environmental engineering

Olivier LEFEBVRE, Dept of Civil & Environmental Engineering, FoE

Digitisation of teaching materials to complement online learning

LEE Lai Yeng Cindy, Dept of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, FoE

My digital journey with FAS1102 – Leveraging Community of Inquiry for greater inclusivity

LUU Tran Huynh Loan Jodie, CELC

11.20am-11.40am

Paper Presentations / PechaKucha Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Insights into an interdisciplinary project on critical reflection in Nursing

Namala Lakshmi TILAKARATNA, Mark BROOKE & Laetitia MONBEC, CELC


Considerations for inclusive education in online curriculum design

LAM Wanli Aileen, CELC

Undergraduate teaching assistants as co-curators for the “Learning to Learn Better” module: What they did and what they learned

Hui Ru TAN1,2,3*, Aaron R. JEYARAJ1,4, Balakuru S/O MAHENDRAN1,5,
Jing Yi POH1,6, Magdeline Tao Tao NG1,7 , Robert K. KAMEI1,8, Joshua J. GOOLEY1,9,10, &
Fun Man FUNG1,11* #1

11.45am-12.05pm

Paper Presentations / PechaKucha Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Authentic learning in a postgraduate applied physics course

CHAN Taw Kuei, Dept of Physics, FoS

Evaluation of peer assessment in the technology-enhanced teaching of patient presentation skills

HAN Zhe, Dept of Pharmacy, FoS

Students/teachers co-creating low-cost virtual excursions and experiential learning using 360º videos and annotation tools

Christoph Dominik ZIMMERMANN1, Alvita ARDISARA2,3, Foon Yin FUNG4, Shaphyna Nacqiar KADER2, Gopalakrishnakone P5, London Lucien OOI4,6, Fun Man FUNG*2,7, Afiq Bin Dolkifli8, Arvindaraj Pillay S/O Thangaraj8,
GOH Jin Yang8, Jonathan WU4, Vanessa LIM Zi Kun4, Xavier COUMOUL9, Etienne BLANC9
#2

Inclusive learning in classroom curricula and activities through authentic learning pedagogy

KUAN Yee Han, Tembusu College

12.10pm-1.10pm

Lunch

1.15-1.40pm

Gallery Walk (Poster Presentations)

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Effects of planetarium-based instruction on undergraduates learning astronomy

Ummu Sumaiyah Binte ELIASE &
NG Shao Chin, Cindy, Dept of Physics, FoS

Exploring students’ perception of feedback in computing internships

Bimlesh WADHWA, SoC, Mark GAN, CDTL, LI Shiyu, BIZ & Sarah CHEAH, BIZ

Creating an inclusive outdoor learning framework in a residential college

LIM Cheng Puay & Norman NEW Chin Guan, RVRC

Making thinking visible

Amy CHOONG Mei Fun, Dept of Biological Sciences, FoS

1.45pm-2.05pm

Paper Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Fostering interdisciplinarity through blended learning

Rafi RASHID, Graduate School for Integrative Sciences & Engineering, & Mingxun LIM, Dept of Political Science, FASS

Why do students perform the way they do? Uncovering the truth with eye-tracking technology

Joseph XU Weijian, KOH Mun Yee Sarah & FOONG Weng Chiong Kelvin, Dentistry

Design charrette pedagogy in flipped classroom to enable creative exploration outside design studio: A case of Environmental Systems module in Architecture education

Noopur JOSHI & LAU Siu-Kit, Dept of Architecture, SDE

2.10pm-2.30pm

Paper Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Using a social annotation tool in the Ideas and Exposition (IEM) classroom

Marissa Kwan Lin E, CELC

Assessing learning outcomes of embedding leadership communication skills in an Information Systems leadership course

OH Lih Bin, Dept of Information Systems and Analytics, SoC & Chitra SABAPATHY, CELC

Reflections on practice: Technology-enhanced strategies to promote long-term student learning

Mrinal MUSIB, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, FoE

2.35-2.55pm

Paper Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Smart devices, smart learning: Winning students’ attention in large classes

CHIAN Siau Chen, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, FoE

Project-centric approach and student’s metacognition in creating an authentic learning environment to enhance student’s engagement in teaching bioinstrumentation – A case study

James Chen Yong KAH, Dept of Biomedical Engineering, FoE

I have a voice: Helping students’ critical thinking be heard in an academic writing course

Daron Benjamin LOO & Sylvia SIM, CELC

3.00pm-3.25pm

Paper Presentations

Dewey

Piaget

Vygotsky

Meadows

Clickers to scaffold higher cognitive thinking in traditional lecture class: An evidence-based study of Architecture students

LAU Siu-Kit & Noopur JOSHI
Dept of Architecture, SDE

Not in class: The seats left empty by high-ability students from low-income backgrounds

Eqtaffaq Saddam Hussain Bin GULAM HUSSAIN, Yale-NUS College

3.25pm-4.30pm

Closing Reception

From Presentation to Publication

  • Meet the AJSoTL Editors

#1
1  Institute for Application of Learning Sciences & Education Technology 
2  NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences & Engineering
3  Food Science & Technology Programme
4  Brown University, USA
5  Dept of Chemical & Molecular Bioengineering, Faculty of Engineering
6  Dept of Economics, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
7  NUS Libraries
8  Dept of Paediatrics, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
9  Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Duke-NUS Medical School
10  Program in Neuroscience & Behavioral Disorders, Duke-NUS Medical School
11  Dept of Chemistry, Faculty of Science

#2
1  Dept of Materials Science & Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
2  Dept of Chemistry, Faculty of Science
3  Food Science & Technology Programme, c/o Dept of Chemistry, Faculty of Science
4  Duke-NUS Medical School
5  Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
6  SingHealth, Singapore; Dept of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
7  Institute for Application of Learning Sciences & Education Technology 
8  Singapore Institute of Technology
9  University of Paris

 

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