Yale-NUS Teaching Innovation Grant

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Teaching Innovation Grant (TIG)Sponsored by Education Resources and Technology (ERT), Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL), and the Office of the President. The Teaching Innovation Grants are available to help develop new pedagogies and acquire associated instructional technologies for common curriculum and elective courses. The program provides a transparent funding procedure for recognizing innovative practice and a pathway for sharing results. In collaboration with the President’s office, Teaching Innovation Grants can also be used to support educational collaborations between Yale and Yale-NUS faculty.Yale-NUS faculty members are eligible to receive up to $5000 to develop their teaching impact through projects that:

·       Catalyze innovative pedagogy,

·       Adopt effective educational technology,

·       Develop and enhance curriculum, and

·       Collaborate with educators around the world.

We hope to capture and disseminate the results of these innovations within our Yale-NUS community and beyond, and the results of the innovations will be presented locally at Yale-NUS, as well as at international disciplinary meetings, and other academic and professional development conferences.

Call for Proposal for AY2017/2018!The AY2017/2018 proposal deadline for the Teaching Innovation Grant is 10 February.Accepted proposals will be announced by 15 March.Funding will be available starting 1 April 2017, to be expended through February 2018.To apply, please complete the application form and email it to teaching@yale-nus.edu.sg.

Past Grant Recipients (AY 2015/2016)

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Matthew Walker Jennifer Sheridan Jean Liu

Writing and Teaching Philosophy

By Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Matthew Walker

Foundations of Science and Conversion Biology

By: Assistant Professor of Science, Jennifer A Sheridan

Psychology in Public Policy

By: Assistant Professor of Psychology, Jean Liu

Matthew Stamps Hu Jing

Learning Diversity in Conceptual Calculus and Applied Calculus

By Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Matthew Stamps

Collaborative Teaching for Advanced Chinese

By Senior Lecturer of Linguistics, Hu Jing