Deputy Director and Associate Professor
LEE Kooi Cheng is Deputy Director (Publications & Outreach). She joined CDTL in July 2017 and is a novice in the area of academic development. Nonetheless, she has since developed a keen interest in looking at communication touchpoints, critical friends, and significant networks in enhancing teaching and learning conversations.
Member, SOTL Asia
Member, Institute of Adult Learning
Selected Publications and Conference Presentations
Cook, M. S. S. W, & Lee, K. C. (2019). “I ever eat at Zizzi: The importance of speaking popperly”: A reflection on beliefs and actual classroom practice. Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 9(1). 81-91. Retrieved from http://nus.edu.sg/cdtl/engagement/publications/ajsotl-home/asian-journal-of-the-scholarship-of-teaching-and-learning/i-ever-eat-at-zizzi-the-importance-of-speaking-popperly-a-reflection-on-beliefs-and-actual-classroom-practice.
Lee, K. C., Lee, G. L., & Lee, K. M. (February 2019). Evidencing teaching: Lessons learned. SoTL Chronicle. Retrieved from https://blog.nus.edu.sg/macadresources/2019/02/25/evidencing-teaching-lessons-learned/?fbclid=IwAR0TOeHsfJxsOWWnBurCOesJqzFVjCjr4XFv8ed9ydZnwM0y8FIsbWTG78E.
Wu, S. M., & Lee, K. C. (January 2019). Communicating science research through the Final Year Project: Teaching towards a transformative awareness. SoTL Chronicle. Retrieved from https://blog.nus.edu.sg/macadresources/2019/01/14/communicating-science-research-through-the-final-year-project-teaching-towards-a-transformative-awareness/?fbclid=IwAR1ZWtZcWWaPdKjg9sCv8TnUvwv-MF3hE254vpTXWAEiuIfWlcJfadK2pt4.
Lee, K. C. (2018). Significant learning and quality learning experience. Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 8(2), 146-149. Retrieved from http://nus.edu.sg/cdtl/engagement/publications/ajsotl-home/archive-of-past-issues/past-issue/significant-learning-and-quality-learning-experience.
Lee, K. C. (2016). A response to Karen Inkelas’ “Good practices of living-learning programmes: Perspectives from an Asian location”. Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(2), 165-173. Retrieved from http://nus.edu.sg/cdtl/docs/default-source/engagement-docs/publications/ajsotl/archive-of-past-issues/year-2016/v6n2_november2016/pdf_vol6n2_kclee.pdf?sfvrsn=1f6833be_2.
Lee, K. C. (2014). Bonding in the ELT classroom: Genuine interest and people-centricity. ELTWO.
Lee, K. C. (2013). Experiential learning beyond the mainstream curriculum. Journal of the NUS Teaching Academy, 3(2), 71-75. Retrieved from http://nus.edu.sg/cdtl/docs/default-source/engagement-docs/publications/ajsotl/archive-of-past-issues/year-2013/jnusta-v3n2_may2013/pdf_vol3n2_leekc.pdf?sfvrsn=509ae388_2.
Wu, S. M., & Lee, K. C. (2014). Preliminary investigations into participation patterns: The case of an iMOOC – an on-line English language learning course. Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 4(2), 75-95. Retrieved from http://nus.edu.sg/cdtl/docs/default-source/engagement-docs/publications/ajsotl/archive-of-past-issues/year-2014/v4n2_june2014/pdf_vol4n2_wusm-lkc.pdf?sfvrsn=b62d9b39_2.
Invited Conference Presentations
Lee, K. C. (2018). “My teacher is nice, kind, and friendly”: Good teaching? Invited speaker at Education Talk Series, School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 12 July.
Lee, K. C. (2018). Connecting learner engagement and learning: Communities, spaces, platforms. Plenary speaker at the Leadership for Learning: Redesigning Policy and Practice Conference, School of Education, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, 3-4 March.