About TEG Learning Communities
The Teaching Enhancement Grants (TEG) provide monetary support for scholarly work with the aim to improve the quality of teaching and learning at NUS. TEG Learning Communities is a new initiative that seeks to strengthen connections among teaching staff and create supportive networks for teaching at NUS through the establishment of funded learning communities. The purpose of the learning communities will be to engage in focused and sustained discussion of specific aspects of university teaching that relate to a topic of mutual concern to the group.
Application is open to all teaching staff of NUS, whether academic or professional. Each Learning Community will involve a collaborative effort and should consist of one Principal Facilitator and one Co-Facilitator. Members of the Learning Community can include faculty teaching members, professional staff, research assistants, and undergraduate and postgraduate NUS students. The optimal size of a learning community is 8-12 persons and it is preferable to include participants at different levels and stages of their careers. Existing Learning Community projects could also make a subsequent application to sustain their initiatives and to propose any new endeavours with justifications.
Application for TEG Learning Community Proposals is closed.
For further information, please refer to the Call for Proposals and Proposal Form.
Call for Proposals Learning Community Project Proposal Form
Previous and current TEG Learning Communities are listed here: