Conference Programme
 
December 1 -3, 2004
Engineering Auditorium
(map)
Faculty of Engineering
National University of Singapore
Singapore

 


Wednesday,
1 December 2004

Thursday,
2 December 2004

Friday,
3 December 2004

0800 - 0900
Registration

0800 - 0900
Registration

0800 - 0900
Registration

0900 - 0915
Welcome Address

Wang Chien Ming
Chairman, TLHE 2004

Guest-of-Honour Address
Tan Chorh Chuan
Provost, NUS

0900 - 0945
Keynote Lecture II

Peggy Maki
Former Scholar AAHE
Educational Consultant and Assessment Field Editor
Stylus Publishing, LLC
USA
(chairperson: Matthew Gwee)

0900 - 0930
Invited Lecture VII

Ang Kok Keng
National University of Singapore
Singapore

(chairperson: Wang Chien Ming)

0915 - 1000
Keynote Lecture I

Brenda Smith
Higher Education Academy
UK
(chairperson: Daphne Pan)

0945 - 1015
Invited Lecture IV

Jean Michel
Ecole Nationale Des Ponts et Chaussées
France
(chairperson: Matthew Gwee)

0930 - 1000
Invited Lecture VIII

Matthew Gwee
National University of Singapore
Singapore
(chairperson: Wang Chien Ming)

1000 - 1030
Tea Break

1015 - 1045
Tea Break

1000 - 1030
Tea Break

1030 - 1100
Invited Lecture I

Caroline Baillie
Queens University
Canada
(chairperson: K.P. Mohanan)

1045 - 1115
Invited Lecture V

Lynne Baldwin
Brunel University
UK
(chairperson: Anjam Khursheed)

1030 - 1230
Concurrent Sessions:
5A: Institutional/Self-assessment
(chairperson: Tan Kay Chuan)
5B:Technology in Education

(chairperson: Robert Pour)

 

1100 - 1130
Invited Lecture II

Lewis Elton
University College London
UK

(chairperson: K.P. Mohanan)

1115 - 1145
Invited Lecture VI
David Dewhurst
College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
University of Edinburgh
UK

(chairperson: Anjam Khursheed)

1130 - 1200
Invited Lecture III

Joan Collinge
Simon Fraser University
Canada
(chairperson: K.P. Mohanan)

1145 - 1300
Lunch at Engineering Auditorium Lobby,
NUS

1230 1330
Lunch at Engineering Auditorium Lobby,
NUS

 

1200 - 1300
Lunch at Engineering Auditorium Lobby,
NUS

1300 - 1500
Concurrent Sessions:
3A: Institutional Self-assessment
(chairperson:John Whalen-Bridge)
3B: Student Assessment
(chairperson: Grace Wong)

 

1330-1530
Concurrent Sessions:

6A: Thinking/Creativity
(chairperson: Eleanor Wong)
6B: Professional Development/Student e-Portfolios
(chairperson: Alice Christudason)

1300 1500
Concurrent Sessions:

1A: Pedagogy/Teaching Methodology
(chairperson: Robert Pour)
1B: Cross-cultural/Student Learning
(chairperson: Ravi Chandran)

1500 - 1530
Tea Break

1500 - 1530
Tea Break  

1530 - 1600
Tea Break

1530 - 1730
Concurrent Sessions:

2A: Institutional/Self-assessment
(chairperson: Khoo Hoon Eng)
2B: Distance/e-Learning
(chairperson: Ang Kok Keng)

 

1530-1730
Concurrent Sessions:

4A: Institutional/Self-assessment Panel Discussion
(chairperson: Lorraine Stefani)
4B: Problem-based Learning
(chairperson: Zubair Amin)

1600 - 1740
7: Institutional/Self-assessment
(chairperson: Bernard Tan)

 

1830 - 2130
Dinner Banquet at
Night Safari
Details

1740 - 1745
Closing

Paper Sessions

Keynote Lectures | Invited Lectures | General Papers

Keynote Lectures

I

Brenda Smith
Higher Education Academy , UK

Putting the Student at the Centre of Learning

II

Peggy Maki
Former Scholar AAHE
Educational Consultant and Assessment Field Editor, Stylus Publishing, LLC
USA

Assessing Student Learning: Positions of Inquiry

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Invited Lectures

I

Caroline Baillie

Windows of Perception: Evaluating the Organism of a Course

II

Lewis Elton

Collegial Appraisal of & Rewards for Teaching in Universities

III

Joan Collinge

Institutional Self-assessment as it Relates - or does not - to Organizational Restructuring Initiatives

IV

Jean Michel

Higher Engineering Education in Europe After The Bologna Declaration: Towards a Better Readability and a New Quality Approach for Educational Programmes

V

Lynne Baldwin

Self Assessment: The Challenges Involved in Measuring Our ‘Success’

VI

David Dewhurst

E-Learning Support for Medical Students at the University of Edinburgh

VII

Ang Kok Keng

Very Large Class Teaching Using Innovative Methods

VIII

Matthew Gwee

Problem-based Learning: Waning Glory of a 20th Century Icon?

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General Papers

Concurrent Session 1A: Pedagogy/Teaching Methodology

1

David L. Higgitt

Pedagogy, Popularity and Problematic Knowledge

2

Monica C. Sturgess

Creating Harmony: Blended Learning & Applied Practice in Post-Secondary Education

3

Anthony Joseph & Mabel Payne

Monitoring and Supporting Collaborative Groups to Enhance Student Outcomes

4

Eunice Mareth Querol-Areola

Teaching and Learning of Entrepreneurship at the Tertiary Level: The Experience of San Beda College, Philippines

5

Dennis Sale & Helene Leong

Constructing A New Curriculum Framework: Integrating Learning Theory, Neuroscience and Information Technology

6

Thomas DuBois

Asking Questions When You Don't Want Answers - Pedagogical Perspectives from the Field of History

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Concurrent Session 1B: Cross-cultural/Student Learning

1

Noel Richards

Assessment in Higher Education: A Cross-cultural Perspective

2

Massimiliano Tani

University Learning & Labour Market Influences

3

Radhika Jaidev

Learners’ Perspectives on Group Work in Academic Writing & Their Actual Experience

4

Domenico Ponta, Giuliano Donzellini & Hannu Markkanen

Network Based Project Learning

5

Ranga Venkatachary

How Do We Know What Goes On in the Student's Mind? Dialogic Framework for Inquiry in PBL

6

Po-yin Lai, Kwok-wai Chan & Man-tak Leung

A Study of Hong Kong Student Teachers’ Conceptions of Learning & Their Relationships with Achievement Motivation & Study Strategies

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Concurrent Session 2A: Institutional/Self-assessment

1

Mary Low O'Sullivan & Henk Eijkman

A Reflexive Model to Promote Individual Self-assessment in Higher Education

2

H.K. Leng & K.H.K. Tan

The Use and Limitation of Self & Peer Evaluation as an Assessment Tool in Problem-based Learning

3

A.C. du Toit

Measuring Student Satisfaction - The Servqual Model: A South African Case Study

4

S. Lakshminarayanan

Critical Assessment of a New Approach in Teaching a First Course on Process Dynamics & Control

5

Hardeep Chahal

Measuring Universities’ Performance Through Balanced Scorecard Approach

6

M. Martinez, P. Miro, J. Carot y J. Jabaloyes

A Methodology to Analyse the Student Feedback Survey of the Polytechnic University Of Valencia (UPV)

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Concurrent Session 2B: Distance/e-Learning

1

S. Subramanian

Promotion of Higher Education through Distance Learning - With Special Reference to Directorate of Distance Education, Annamalai University, India

2

J.A. Gilles Doiron

Communicating Online with a Common Purpose: Discussion Forums and Peer Collaboration-Preliminary Findings

3

Yong Lian & Yingping Hu

Enabling Adaptive Teaching in a Large Class

4

Lampros K. Stergioulas, Bernd Simon, Hasan Ahmed & Costas S. Xydeas

On-Line Evaluation of Learning Resources & Brokerage Systems in Electronic Educational Markets

5

Alfred Low, Goh Poh Sun, Wang Shih Chang, Lilian Lim, Lew Kok Hoe

E-Learning to Support Diagnostic Radiology Competencies in NUS

6

Song Kian Guan Melvyn, Lew Kok Hoe & Ravi Chandran

Deploying Rapid E-Learning: The NUS Experience

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Concurrent Session 3A: Institutional/Self-assessment

1

Lindsey Marshall, Lester Meachem & Dave Colton

Writing Design, Designing Writing: A Reflective Assessment of BA (Hons) Journalism & Editorial Design at the University of Wolverhampton

2

Nicolene Murdoch

A Proposed Framework for Departmental Self-assessment

3

S. Lakshminarayanan & Shamsuzzaman Farooq

Computing in NUS Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department: Benchmarking with Universities and Industrial Needs

4

Sonya Corbin Dwyer & Jody Burnett

Listening To The Voices of Women Graduate Students: An Approach To Institutional Self-assessment in Higher Education

5

C.R. Dow, W.B. Lee, C.C. Fang, H.C. Lin & K.H. Chen

An Efficient Method For Involving Faculty in Self-assessment Process

6

Seah Kar Heng

How Effective Is Student Feedback in Lecturer Appraisal?

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Concurrent Session 3B: Student Assessment

1

Florence Yean Yng Ling

Assessing Students Through Group Projects, Class Tests, Class Participation & Final Examinations

2

Shane N. Phillipson

Assignments & Giving Effective Student Feedback

3

M.M. Heltne & L.C. Wee

Collaborative Technology in Student-centered Assessment & Learning

4

Mathew Linus

An Alternative System for Assessing Group Presentations

5

Baldev Singh

Evaluation and Re-evaluation in Public Examinations

6

Narendra K Sharma

The Role of Information and Worldview in Self-assessment by Students

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Concurrent Session 4A: Institutional/Self-assessment Panel Discussion

1

Graham Webb

Institutional Self-review

2

Phillip J. Moore & Rita Y.P. Chan

Institutional Self-evaluation and the Development of an Academic Staff Appraisal Scheme

3

L.A.J. Stefani

Teaching Quality Audit: An Educational Developer’s View

4

Lewis Elton

Assessment of Teaching in Universities

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Concurrent Session 4B: Problem-based Learning

1

Lawrence Chin

Applying Problem-based Learning in Real Estate Education

2

Tan Siok San

Designing an Entrepreneurship Education Framework Using Problem-based Learning

3

J. Soh, L.P. Lim, Y.Y. MOK, P.Y. Thean, H.K. Chng, C.L. Ho & W.C. Foong

Problem-based Learning Versus Traditional Lecture: Is there a Difference?

4

Tan Hui Leng

Peer Learning in the Context of Republic Polytechnic: Problem-based Learning

5

L.P. Lim, J. Soh, K.W.C. Foong, HK Chng, V.C.L. Ho, H.P.Y. Thean & B.Y.Y. Mok,

Students' Perceptions on the Traditional Versus Problem-based Learning Approach

6

Ashley Chua

Integration of Laboratory Practicals into Problem-based Learning

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Concurrent Session 5A: Institutional/Self-assessment

1

Edwin Tam

Facilitator Evaluation & Improvement Case Study

2

Graham Webb

Institutional Self-review

3

Alice Christudason

When to Move and When to Stay: Responding and Reacting to Student Feedback

4

W.B. Lee, C.R. Dow, H.C. Lin, C.C. Fang & K.H. Chen

An Assistant Approach to Accomplish Institutional Self-assessment

5

Stephen J. Appold

Competing to Improve? A Difficult Terrain

6

David Chua

Using QFD for Continual Renewal of Curriculum

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Concurrent Session 5B: Technology in Education

1

Stuart Garner

Electronic Tools to Support Student Articulation of Reasoning, Reflection & Tutor Feedback

2

K.C. Tan

An Interactive Learning Tool for Evolutionary Computation

3

M.L. Lim

Using Multimedia as an Instructional Tool: A Constructivist Based Experience in a Malaysian Classroom

4

F. Calvo, D.A. Lampasi & L. Podesta

Virtual Laboratory for Preliminary Student Assessment

5

Victor Tan

Using IVLE To Teach Large Classes - A Personal Experience

6

C.R. Dow, W.B. Lee & K.H. Chen

SPDP: A Versatile Electronic Portfolio System for Senior Project Design Assessment

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Concurrent Session 6A: Thinking/Creativity

1

Grace K.M. Wong

Thinking Out of the Scenario: Using Scenario Thinking & Strategies

2

Alan K. Szeto

An Inquiry-based & Problem-based Chemistry Laboratory Course: Have Students Grown Cognitively?

3

Dennis Sale

A Practical Model of Creative Teaching

4

Anjam Khursheed

Critical Thinking and Creativity in Science and Engineering Education

5

M. N. A Hawlader

Engineering Design An Approach to the Development of Creativity

6

Bernard C. Y. Tan

Facilitating Student Learning through Problem-based Learning

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Concurrent Session 6B: Professional Development/Student e-Portfolios

1

Moira Lee Gek Choo & Kathryn Goh Hoon Bee

A Mentoring Scheme in an Initial Teacher Education Programme: Through the Lenses of Protégés

2

Noakes, Nicholas S

Personal Development Planning and e-Portfolios

3

Temi Busari, Oluranti Ogunbiyi, Morenike Olagunju & Nireti Duyilemi

Improving Teaching and Learning in Nigerian University Teacher Education: Appraisal of Classroom Interaction Modes

4

Hyeree Min & Heewon Lee

‘Teaching How To Teach’ from Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) at Seoul National University (SNU)

5

Koh Noi Keng

Authentic Evaluation of Pre-Service Teachers Using the Mixed-Mode Assessment Model

6

Oluranti Ogunbiyi, Morenike Olagunju, Temi Busari & Nireti Duyilemi

Teacher Education Curriculum Reforms in Nigeria: An Appraisal of Training and Teachers’ Job Performance

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Session 7: Insitutional/Self-assessment

1

Samuel Oye Bandele

Individual Self-assessment In Higher Education: The Nigerian Perspective

2

Daphne Pan

Institutional Assessment: A Necessary Evil?

3

K P Mohanan

Assessing and Improving Quality of Education: A Multi-leveled Integrated Approach

4

K P Mohanan

Assessing and Improving Quality of Education: The NUS Experience

5

L-J. Eales Reynolds & K.Bodman-Smith

Blended Learning: Investigation of its Effectiveness at Encouraging Deeper Learning in an Introductory Science Course

 

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