Events

  • Flipped Instructional Model through the Asian C...

    5 April 2019 (Fri) , 11:30 AM
    At CTL Office

    A talk by Shelen W H Ho, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, University of Reading Malaysia. Today, the education authorities in the ASEAN region are revamping the higher education system to embrace the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). In the higher education framework, student outcomes are more focused on higher order...

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  • Yale-NUS Contemplative Education Series

    25 March 2019 (Mon) , 4:00 PM
    At Tan Chin Tuan Lecture Theatre

    Judith Simmer-Brown, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Contemplative and Religious Studies at Naropa University, where she is a Founding Faculty member and has taught for over 40 years. Naropa University has pioneered contemplative education, bringing mindfulness and contemplative pedagogies into every academic discipline and every classroom in ...

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  • Strategies for Effective Discussions in Diverse...

    21 March 2019 (Thu) , 11:00 AM
    At Classroom 16

    A workshop led by Ho Li-Ching, Associate Professor of Political Science, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This workshop draws on the most recent and relevant education research on how to conduct effective classroom discussions for diverse learners. The workshop will focus on helping faculty and in...

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  • Harmony, Diversity, and Multicultural Education...

    20 March 2019 (Wed) , 6:00 PM
    At Saga Lecture Theatre

    A talk by Ho Li-Ching, Associate Professor of Political Science, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Political leaders create and modify stories and narratives in order to construct a form of social reality and provide a sense of continuity between the past, present, and future (Anderson 2003; Byman ...

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  • Integrating Research Skills and Information Lit...

    12 November 2018 (Mon) , 12pm
    At Programme Room 1

    Information literacy skills and attitudes empower students to be thoughtful researchers and effective participants in the information environment. Encompassing research skills, these skills and attitudes equip students with the abilities to select relevant, reliable sources for their papers, avoid plagiarism, and critically evaluate information....

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