Thursday, 4th November 2004

12.00 - 12.45 Lunch
(Reception Area outside Seminar Rooms A, B and C)
12.45 - 1.00 Welcome and Opening Remarks
A/P John Richardson, Vice Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
1.00 - 1.35

Towards More Effective Learners: Blended Learning in the German Language Classroom
Ms Rita Niemann, Centre for Language Studies

1.35 - 2.10

Working with Graduate Tutors: Opportunities and Challenges
A/P Philip Holden, Dept of English Language and Literature

2.10 - 2.45 From Classroom to Life: Empowering Students Through Collaborative Teaching and Learning
Dr Chng Huang Hoon, Dept of English Language and Literature
2.45 - 3.20 Mentoring HSSRP Students With Diverse Interests
Dr Ho Kong Weng, Dept of Economics
3.20 - 3.40 Tea Break
3.40 - 4.15

Reducing the Gap Between Teaching and Learning Styles
Dr Kripa Sridharan, Dept of Political Science

4.15 - 4.50 Teaching Southeast Asian Economics In A Multi-Disciplinary Environment
Dr Teofilo Daquila, Southeast Asian Studies Programme
4.50 - 5.25 Using Japanese Television Drama For Japanese Language Learners
Ms Izumi Walker, Centre for Language Studies

Friday, 5th November 2004

9.00 - 9.35 Audience Participation in Lectures
A/P Kalyani Mehta, Dept of Social Work and Psychology
9.35 - 10.10 History in the Field: The Field Trip in the Teaching of History
A/P Brian Farrell, Dept of History
10.10 - 10.45 Educating the Masses: Addressing Issues in Dealing With Very Large Classes
Dr Todd Ames, Dept of Sociology
10.45 - 11.05

Tea break

11.05 - 11.40 Story Telling in Macroeconomics Teaching: An Economist's Tales
Dr Wong Wei Kang, Dept of Economics
11.40 - 12.15 Education Without Walls and Beyond Borders? Insights from a Trans-Pacific Classroom
A/P T. C. Chang, Dept of Geography
12.15 - 12.50 Coping with Diversity and Disparity in Graduate Philosophy Modules - An "Elastic" Approach
A/P Cecilia Lim, Dept of Philosophy
12.50 - 1.00 Closing Remarks
A/P Daphne Pan, Director CDTL