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Quarter 1: January 2012 to March 2012


TED Training and Development Report 2012

Past Trainings and Other Pedagogy activities.... h 2012

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EACHER’S RAINING/ EMINARS arch 2012

New Academic Staff Induction (NASI) Sessions

I II III IV V VI VII VIII

Facilitator Topic Teach ing in Highe r Educa tion Richard Watkins Effect ive Classr oom Adrian Yao ement Manag Nurlida Ismail Studen t Cente red Learni ng Ratneswary Empow ering and Motiva ting Rasiah Studen ts Apprec iating and Manag ing Irene Ong ity Divers Learne rs Dr Ann Tan Student Assessment Lim Chee Tool ve Cogniti as logy Techno Leong Associate Prof Dr Vikneswaran Engaging in Academic Research Nair Sehkaran

Date Wed, 21 March

Time 2pm to 4pm

Venue LT10

Mon, 19 March

10am to 12nn

C6.06

Tue, 20 March

10am to 12nn

C6.06

Wed, 28 March

2pm to 5pm

C6.06

Thu, 29 March

3pm to 5pm

C6.07

Thu, 22 March

C6.03

Tue, 27 March

9am to 12nn 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Wed, 4 April

2pm to 4pm

C6.08

C6.07

WHAT You Have missed this month....

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without any prior notifications.

TED IS LOOK ING FOR.. .

SPEAKERS for:

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


TED Training and Development Report 2012 TED 2012 Planned KPI (January 2012 to March 2012)

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Academic Staff Development Intiatives

Upcoming confirmed CPTs:

Upcoming confirmed ESs: Upcoming confirmed TTTs: (1) TTT01: 15 May Upcoming confirmed LSs: (1) LS01: 4 May (2) LS02: 11 July TED Admin process and procedure: TED Operation Manual

Other Training Calendar Upcoming confirmed NASI:

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TED Training and Development Report 2012 TED offered the following training, seminars, customised training (upon request from division or school), & other academic-related activities to all academic staff from January to March 2012: • Total Number of Academic Staff, by session: r Scho ised fo Custom ture ec Archit

Number of Participants

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39

CPT - ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP 36

ES - READ TO BLOG, BLOG TO READ… 27

NASI - Module VIII 23

NASI - Module VII 16

NASI - Module VI

26

NASI - Module V

25

NASI - Module IV 19

NASI - Module III 15

NASI - Module II

21

NASI - Module I 0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

NOTE: 1.

NASI stands for New Academic Staff Induction training for newly join academic staffs. NASI consists of eight (8) modules which provide opportunities to new academic staff to experience systematic and sustained enhancement for their initial learning facilitation module.

2.

CPT stands for Continuing Professional Training for all academic staff. 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.

3.

ES stands for Echo Seminar for all academic staff. ES paves the way for academics to share papers, presentations, speeches presented at external gatherings, or proven innovative practices in learning facilitation with the university community.

• Attendance for NASI, by Division: 30 25 Social Sciences & Education

20

Med, Phar, & Health Science Hosp, Tour & Cul Arts

15

Eng, Comp, Arch & Design 10

Business & Law American Degree Program

5 0 Module I

2

Module II

Module III

Module IV

Module V

Module VI

Module VII Module VIII


TED Training and Development Report 2012 Online Evaluation Summary generated for New Academic Staff Induction (NASI) Training: Through NASI, they have learned ... •

How to have a control over students by understanding student’s impulses and actions as well as their behaviours.

Should also consider the students emotional well being while managing a class.

Allow students to get involved in the class in order to enhance their communication skills.

Students are responsible for their learning. Lecturer is to facilitate the students. Research on the employers’ demand on graduates . Their comments about NASI: • As teacher we are obligated to adapt and fine-tune our lsesson to cater to our students’ individual needs. • We have to find a way to minimise the use of tests/exam s as the core form of assessment. • The theory of triangulation. We have to use a more well-roun ded approach towards assessing the students’ achievement.i.e: The use of portfolios, mini-projects. •

How to incorporate technology in teaching and learning. Introduced to some useful computer programs: wordshee ts, google site, simple video presentation How these would help the students to perform better in their learning: especially those who are struggle

Online Evaluation Summary generated for Continuing Professional Training (CPT): Through CPT, they have learned ... • •

gained more understanding in preparing and designing exam questions -avoid bias queastions -always check your grammar and language Bloom’s Taxonomy. Essay questions are not always the best. Essay questions need to be specific to ensure marks are weight accordingly. Short answer questions are more effective in testing knowledge insteads of essay questions. MCQ questions are difficult to set. Avoid bias questions. The content covers only a few aspects of setting exam questions in general. Different types of question can be applied as long as the objective is achieved, bloom taxsonomy is suitable for questioning and the questions must be clear and precise. Create exam question grid, MCQ vs Subjective/essay Exam Question, The principles of effective exam writings.

Their comments about CPT: • • • •

really enjoyed the workshop,speaker was very entertaining and resourceful More exercise and training availability on the web for easy referencing for lecturers

Comprehensive explanation by the speaker who are able to create lively learning environment. Overall, I am very pleased with the session. Dr Ann Tan is very engaging, knowledgable and SMART! I would highly recommend this session to anyone preparing exam questions even if they have the experience because Dr. Ann is also an English language expert.

Online Evaluation Summary generated for Echo Seminar (ES):

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TED Training and Development Report 2012 Upcoming Training/ Seminars/ Other Pedagogy Activities: Sday, 18 April

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TEACHER’S TRAINING/ SEMINARS April to july 2012 New Academic Staff Induction (NASI) Sessions Module Topic Facilitator Date

V

Teaching in Higher Education Effective Classroom Management Student Centered Learning Empowering and Motivating Students Appreciating and Managing Learners Diversity

VI

Student Assessment

VII

Technology as Cognitive Tool

I II III IV

VIII

2pm to 4pm

C6.08

Adrian Yao

Mon, 30 April

10am to 12nn

C6.08

Nurlida Ismail

Wed, 25 April

10am to 12nn

C6.07

Mon, 7 May

2pm to 5pm

C6.02

Irene Ong

Fri, 4 May

10am to 12noon

C6.08

Dr Ann Tan

Wed, 25 April

1pm to 4pm

C6.07

Lim Chee Leong

Wed, 2 May

1.30pm to 4.30pm

C6.07

Associate Prof Dr Vikneswaran Nair Sehkaran

Fri, 27 April

2pm to 4pm

C6.08

echo seminar Whither Graduate Capabilities: Going Beyond Technical Competencies in a Modern University by Richard Watkins : Thu, 26 April/ 2.30pm to 3.30pm/ venue to be confirmed

@ taylor’s

Changing Through Dialogue by Dr Angelo Cruz Maduli : Tue, 15 May/ 2.30pm to 3.30pm/ C6.03

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Continuing professional training (CPT) Topic Facilitator Principles in Aligning Assessment with Intended Learning Outcome Dr Angelo Cruz Higher Education in the Third Horizon Maduli

Teh tarik

Venue

Mon, 23 April

Ratneswary Rasiah

Please Bring Laptop.

Engaging in Academic Research

Time

Dr Angelo Cruz Maduli

Date Thu, 10 May Tue, 26 June

Time

Venue

2.30pm to 4.30pm

C6.08

ies Lecture ser 21st Century Assessment Practices in Higher Education by Prof Dr Chan Yuen Fook, University Teknologi MARA : Fri, 4

May/ 2.30pm to 4.30pm/ C6.08 Reflective Teaching by Prof Dr Gurnam Kaur Sidhu, University Teknologi MARA : Wed, 11 July/ 2.30pm to 4.30pm/C6.08

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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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TED Training and Development Report 2012 Teaching Enhancement Plan (TEP) Initiatives: TED has conducted two major TEP awareness campaign in March 2012 with: 1. Taylor’s Business School on Friday, 2 March 2. School of Communication on Wednesday, 7 March

Following up with campaign, these two major schools are about to view all related documents about TEP via the link** provided by TED: https://sites.google.com/site/teachersdevelopmentinfocorner/

TEP Progress Report: TEP Implementation Progress

Updated as at :16 April 2012

Organizer

Teaching & Educational Development, TED

Pilot School

Taylors's Business School School of Communication

No Activities / Description

3/4

March

3/11

3/18

3/25

4/1

4/8

88 full time academic staff 36 full time academic staff

April

4/15

4/22 ###

5/6

May

5/13

5/20

5/27

6/3

June

6/10

6/17

6/24

7/1

7/8

July

7/15

7/22

7/29

Remark TBS (2 March) / SoC (7 March)

1

TEP - TES Orientation

2

Continuing education

On-going dialogues and consultations with academics

3

Submission of academic staff's profile

Profile information collection - an online data collection system will be sent to each lecturer

4

Establish buddy or peer system

Guidelines and arrangement will be done by the school under the guidance of the Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning

5

Accomplish TES assessment

Lecturers and peers assessment will be done online. Students assessment subject to schools arrangement & preference.

6

Data encoding & data processing

Data encoding and processing will be done by TED

7

Initial developmental classification and TEP report

Report preparation and sharing to individual lecturer and to the school

Targeted Timeline Completed Timeline

Submission of academic staff's profile Progress to date School

School Of Communication Taylor's Business School

Responded

Population

35

36

97%

86

88

98%

% of completeness

5


Dean for Teaching and Learning Lecturers and peers assessment will be done online. Students assessment subject to schools arrangement & preference.

5

Accomplish TES assessment

6

Data encoding & data processing

Data encoding and processing will be done by TED

7

Initial developmental classification and TEP report

Report preparation and sharing to individual lecturer and to the school

TED Training and Development Report 2012 TEP Implementation: Academic Staff Profile Report Targeted Timeline Completed Timeline

Submission of academic staff's profile Progress to date School

School Of Communication Taylor's Business School Total

Responded

Population

35

36

97%

86

88

98%

121

124

98%

% of completeness

Count of Name ( in full as per NRIC/passport)

Number of Years Teaching in Higher Education

School

Less than 1 year ( 0 – 1800 hrs)

Highest Educational Qualification

More than 1, less than 2 years ( 1801-3600 hrs)

School Of CommunicationBachelor's Degree Master's Degree

1

1

PhD School Of Communication Total

1

1

More than 10 years ( > 18001 hrs)

More than 2, less than 5 years ( 3601-9000 hrs)

1

1

13

6

4

1

18

8

Taylor's Business School Certificate / Diploma

Grand Total

7

28

2 5 7

35

22

70

1

Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree

More than 5, less than 10 years ( 9001-18000 hrs)

1

1 1

1

PhD

40

6

12

1 2

14

Taylor's Business School Total

1

1

52

8

24

86

Grand Total

2

2

70

16

31

121

School Of Communication

Taylor's Business School

Taylor's Business School Highest Educational Qualification Bachelor's Degree 1% Master's Degree 82%

PhD 16% Certificate / Diploma 1%

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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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