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Wednesday
Jun202018

E-Pract : Mobile E-assessment for Clinical Skills 

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Many educators have used some form of technology in teaching & learning. However, not as many would have leveraged on technology to improve the process for assessment. This paper by Ms Germaine Chua of the School of Health Sciences (HS) shares how her team has leveraged on technology to design an assessment process that allows lecturers to provide more accurate and timely evaluation of and feedback for students learning. Click on the link below to see how this in-house developed process has enhanced the assessment experience for students.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Computer-Based Simulation for Teaching Water Reclamation and Fire Safety Management 

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Technology has allowed educators to create learning opportunities that once would have seemed impossible. Lecturers in the School of Design & Environment (DE) worked on the development of a Computer Based Simulation courseware that shows the “insides” of a building where they were able to provide students with unprecedented “access” to areas that they would otherwise not have the chance to see at this stage in their learning. Click on the link to find out more about how Dr Katayon Sead & Mr Tan Chin Chong of DE have used this in-house developed simulation courseware to create an alternative learning experiences for our students.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Teaching 6-axis Industrial Robot Programming Via Simulation and Hands-on Laboratory

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The Diploma in Automation and Mechatronics System course in the School of Engineering (SoE) Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) was developed to prepare students to be designers and engineers of automation systems. One of the fundamental skills required is to be able to operate and programme an industrial robot. However, for many students this is very difficult as they have no prior encounters with these equipment and are unable to make sense of the knowledge acquired through traditional didactic teaching . There were also limited opportunities for students to use the actual robots for learning or practice. Hence, the teaching team came together to re-design the curriculum to create a new “space” for practice and learning through technology. Click on the link to read more about how Mr Edwin Ho and his team put together this new learning experience for their students.

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Sunday
Mar252018

Game-based Learning brings the Shipping Industry into the classrooM

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One challenge in teaching about Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the School of Business and Accountancy (BA) is the students’ inability to make sense of the concepts and processes that they are taught given that they have no industry experience and are unable to visualize how the different content and concepts come together in the real world environment. In order to help students better “see” how things work in the real world, the teaching team from the Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the School of Business and Accountancy (BA) developed “The Shipping Game” to create a realistic shipping context for students to learn. Click on the link below to read about how this game has provided more authenticity to students’ learning.

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