Consultation Sessions

NUS faculty members and students are invited to personal consultation sessions with CDTL colleagues to discuss any aspect of teaching and learning. We are happy to support you with ideas in areas such as (but not limited to):

  1. practical questions or challenges relating to aspects of your own teaching in relation to your students' learning
  2. scholarly projects in which you investigate your teaching and your students’ learning
  3. putting together a teaching portfolio, including feedback on and review of your portfolio
  4. identifying and learning about new technologies to enhance student learning inside or outside the classroom through e.g. ‘flipping’ in the case of large classes
  5. designing effective assessments
  6. aligning intended learning outcomes, teaching and learning activities, and assessments
  7. interpreting student feedback and devising a plan to improve teaching and learning
  8. increasing student engagement

These sessions can vary in length, from an hour or less to longer discussions. They could be one-off or spread over a few weeks.

Meet Our Academic Developers

Mark GAN Assessment; academic development; teaching portfolio; peer feedback; collaborative learning; grant writing
Adrian LEE Blended learning; interdisciplinary education; academic development; technology-enabled learning; evidencing teaching; student living-learning experiences
LEE Kooi Cheng Experiential learning in living-learning contexts; inclusive education; academic development academic writing; student engagement in online environments.
LIEW Shin Dee Academic development; academic writing; making teaching visible
Charina ONG Technology-enhanced learning; blended learning; academic development; flipped classroom
Kiruthika RAGUPATHI Student feedback; technology-enhanced learning; active learning; academic development; peer review; assessment
Alan SOONG Blended learning; collaborative learning; strengthening student learning outcomes; academic development; grant writing; authentic learning environments

To arrange for a session, please contact respective academic developers or