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Lecture Series REFLECTIVE TEACHING

his is an introductory course on reflective teaching for both young and experienced lecturers. Course participants will be exposed to basic concepts of reflection and what reflective tools can be used to enhance the teaching and learning process.

by Prof Dr Gurnam Kaur Sidhu, University Teknologi MARA

LEARNING OUTCOME At the end of the course, participants should be able to: 1. Understand and state what is reflective teaching 2. Recognize and differentiate modes of reflective thinking 3. Apply the basic concepts of reflective thinking in the teaching and learning process 4. Use a variety of tools for reflective teaching and learning

Who Should Attend

Event Details

• Academic Staff

by: Gurnam Kaur Sidhu (PhD) is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Education, University Technology MARA, 40200 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. With more than 25 years of experience in the field of education as a lecturer, practitioner and researcher, she is a member of numerous education committees and author of English Language Textbooks currently used in Malaysian schools. Her interests include TESL, Learner Autonomy, Educational Management and Life-Long Learning.

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Teaching and Educational Development (TED) @ InTeLLeCT Taylor's University, Lakeside Campus Block C, Level 2, 1, Jalan Taylor's, 47500 Subang Jaya Selangor, Malaysia Phone: 603 5629 5301/5302 Email: ted.intellect@taylors.edu.my

Note: All training dates, time, venues and facilitator are subject to change. TED reserves the right to make any changes without any prior notifications.


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Dr Angelo Cruz Maduli, Head of TED, InTeLLeCT Angelo Maduli is currently the Head of the Teaching and Educational Development at INTELLECT, Taylor’s University. Prior to his current position, he was a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Education, University of Malaya. He has presented several papers at both national and international conferences on teaching and learning in higher education. He is a 2007 winner of World Bank/Global Development Network/Korean Educational Development Institute Research Grant.

Synopsis This module is an introductory course in learning theories, especially those in higher education. Basic concepts and possible application of the five learning theories (Behavorism, Humanism, Cognitivism, Social Learning, and Constructivism) will be explored.

Event Details Part One:

Tuesday, 29 May 2.30pm to 4.30pm VENUE : C6.08

Part Two:

Friday, 1 June 2.30pm to 4.30pm VENUE : C6.08

Who Should Attend • Those without education, educational psychology or teacher training background. • Equivalency: Those who failed to attend any two of NASI Modules 1, 4, 5; may take this CPT and can be given equivalency credit upon completion.

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Teaching and Educational Development (TED) @ InTeLLeCT Taylor's University, Lakeside Campus Block C, Level 2, 1, Jalan Taylor's, 47500 Subang Jaya Selangor, Malaysia Phone: 603 5629 5301/5302 Email: ted.intellect@taylors.edu.my

Note: All training dates, time, venues and facilitator are subject to subject to change. TED reserves the right to make any changes without any prior notifications.


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Continuing professional training (CPT) ONE Brain with 2 IDEAS... by Dr Angelo Cruz Maduli, Head of TED, InTeLLeCT

Angelo Maduli is currently the Head of the Teaching and Educational Development at INTELLECT, Taylor’s University. Prior to his current position, he was a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Education, University of Malaya. He has presented several papers at both national and international conferences on teaching and learning in higher education. He is a 2007 winner of World Bank/Global Development Network/Korean Educational Development Institute Research Grant.

Topic

Synopsis

Date

Time

Venue

Principles in Aligning Assessment with Intended Learning Outcome

This module is designed to strengthen the practice of formative or criterion-reference assessment. The approach will be reflective in nature so as to give deeper understanding and appreciation of the role of assessment in learning.

Thu, 10 May

2.30pm to 4.30pm

C6.08

Higher Education in the Third Horizon

This module is designed to introduce participants to the changing nature and role of university teaching. Participant will have a chance to identify and learn how to navigate the current scenarios and challenges experienced by most higher education institutions today.

Tue, 26 June

2.30pm to 4.30pm

C6.08

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Phone: 603 5629 5301/5302 Email: ted.intellect@taylors.edu.my

Note: All training dates, time, venues and facilitator are subject to change. TED reserves the right to make any changes without any prior notifications.

Wh at is Co nt in ui ng Pr of es si on a;l Tr ain in g?

This development platform intends to provide learning opportunities beyond formal courses or learning events. The modules under CPT aim to further equip academics in developing their pedagogical skills and practices.


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New Academic Staff Induction Module

Topic

for new academic staff

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Facilitator

Date

Time

Venue

Dr Angelo Cruz Maduli

Mon, 23 April

DONE 2pm to 4pm

C6.08

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Teaching in Higher Education

II

Effective Classroom Management

Adrian Yao

Mon, 30 April

10am to 12nn DONE

C6.08

Student Centered III Learning

Nurlida Ismail

Wed, 30 May

10am to 12nn

C6.08

IV

Empowering and Motivating Students

Ratneswary Rasiah

Mon, 7 May

DONE 2pm to 5pm C6.02

V

Appreciating and Managing Learners Diversity

Irene Ong

Fri, 4 May

10am to DONE

Dr Ann Tan

Mon, 11 June

Technology as Cognitive Tool : Let’s Integrate Technology into the Classroom!

Lim Chee Leong

Wed, 2 May

Engaging in Academic Research

Associate Prof Dr Vikneswaran Nair Sehkaran

Thu, 3 May

VI Student Assessment VII

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12noon

1pm to 4pm 1.30pm to

DONE 4.30pm DONE

2pm to 4pm

C6.02

C6.07

C6.07

C6.04

Teaching an d Educatio nal Develop @ InTeLLeC ment (TED T ) Taylor's Uni versity, La keside Cam Block C, Leve pus l 2, 1, Jalan Taylo r's, 47500 Suba ng Ja Selangor, Mala ya ysia Phone: 603 56 29 5301/530 Email: ted.int 2 ellect@taylo rs.edu.my


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@ taylor’s

ON Changing Through Dialogue

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any changes are being effected in the absence of a dialogue. For an effective and positive change to take place, parties must learn to enter into a dialogue; bringing their inner world into the open and let it be known without the fear of discrimination, criticism, and isolation. According to Kulikova (2005), in a dialogue, one must make an effort “to hear the strings of the human heart.”

Event Details HRSS Session ID

: 927

Who Should Attend • Academic Staff

by: Dr Angelo Cruz Maduli, Head of TED, InTeLLeCT Angelo Maduli is currently the Head of the Teaching and Educational Development at INTELLECT, Taylor’s University. Prior to his current position, he was a Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Education, University of Malaya. He has presented several papers at both national and international conferences on teaching and learning in higher education. He is a 2007 winner of World Bank/Global Development Network/Korean Educational Development Institute Research Grant.

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Teaching and Educational Development (TED) @ InTeLLeCT Taylor's University, Lakeside Campus Block C, Level 2, 1, Jalan Taylor's, 47500 Subang Jaya Selangor, Malaysia Phone: 603 5629 5301/5302 Email: ted.intellect@taylors.edu.my

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Programme

Synopsis

Speaker

Day(s)

Date

HRSS

This workshop focuses on the notion of learning styles and its link to efforts to meet the learning needs of the learners to raise learning effectiveness. There is a general acceptance that the manner in which learners choose to or are inclined to approach a task or a learning situation – their learning styles – have an impact on performance or achievement of learning outcomes. This preferred manner has been characterised in several different ways based on a variety of theoretical models. The models essentially cover three main aspects of how learners learn: perceiving information, processing information, and organizing and presenting information.

Prof. Dr. Malachi Edwin Vethamani

1

18 JULY

605

C6.04

Test Construction

Developing a good test is like target shooting, it needs to make valid conclusions about students’ learning. It also needs to be reliable. This means hitting the target requires planning; it starts with choosing a target, select an appropriate arrow, and taking careful aim. You must determine the purpose for the test, and carefully write appropriate test items to achieve that purpose. The test specifications identifies the objectives and skills which are to be tested and the relative weight of each item. This procedure necessarily precedes the development of any test. These specifications provide a “blueprint” for test construction. In the absence of such a blueprint, test development can potentially proceed with little clear direction compromising the validity and reliability of the test. One must be mindful that the test specifications cannot and should not remain static. In this workshop, participants will be given hands-on experience of test construction.

Dr. Logendra Stanley Ponniah

1

24 JULY

923

C6.07

Multiple Intelligences and Learners

Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences has made a major impact on education. This workshop focuses on how learning and the learners in particular figure in this theory. Gardner posits the existence of a multitude of intelligences, eight in all, which exist quite independently of each other, as opposed to the traditional notion of intelligence as a single entity. This workshop will engage participants with these eight intelligences (linguistic, logical-mathematical, musical, bodilykinaesthetic, spatial, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic intelligence), tease out their core features as well as explore their strengths and weaknesses. Of crucial importance in the context of the theory’s utility to classroom teachers, this workshop will also explore how learners and learning are viewed through the lens of each of these intelligences. But, the theory is not without criticisms, and the workshop will also cover this aspect to provide a more informed view of the theory.

Mr. Rajandaran Perumal

1

Designing a curriculum

A curriculum is a means to an end and one’s key role that lectures play is designing curriculum that meets the valued ends in mind. At Taylors’s University, to ensure its graduates achieve the valued ends, that is they can adapt and function productively in their personal, social, civic and professional lives it requires that any curriculum designed for its students be framed by two key standardsdefining documents: Taylor’s Graduate Capabilities Standards (TGC) and the Teaching and Learning Framework (TLF).

Dr. Lim Chong Hin

2

Understanding and Developing Teaching Styles

FOR MORE PROGRAMME DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT:

School of Education Direct Line: Email:

Block E Level 2

03 5629 5711/ 5464/ 5630 Prof Dr Malachi Edwin Vethamani: MEdwin.Vethamani@taylors.edu.my Dr Logendra Stanley Ponniah: logendrastanley.ponniah@taylors.edu.my Dr Lim Chong Hin: chonghin.lim@taylors.edu.my Mr Rajandaran Perumal: rajandaran.perumal@taylors.edu.my

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Time

Venue

9am to 12noon

29 AUGUST

21 & 22 AUGUST

610

612

C6.02

Day 1 : 9 am -5 pm / Day 2 : 9 am -1 pm

C6.02


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