CTE’s EPTL Programme aims to prepare the SMU community for teaching and learning during unforeseen circumstances, where attending classes is not an option.
Faculty Teaching Forum
The Faculty Teaching Forum held at the start of every new term seeks to orientate new faculty members to the SMU teaching culture and pedagogy. The goal of the two-day programme is for participants to explore their own teaching experiences within a framework of effective teaching practice.
Pedagogy Project Scheme
The Pedagogy Project (e-Learning) scheme provides funding support for our full-time faculty members to develop electronic teaching and/or learning resources. This is in line with the SMU mission to commit the university “to an interactive, participative and technologically-enabled learning experience”.
Singapore Technology-Enabled Learning Experience
Monday, November 16, 2015 - 09:30 to Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 13:00
Nanyang Technological University, Lee Kong Chian Lecture Theatre
The Peer~CARE is a faculty development programme aimed at building a learning community and developing a culture of reflective practice among faculty. The programme is purely voluntary and comprises two branches of activities, namely Peer Exchange and Peer Coaching.
Project-Based Learning is an instructional model based on the constructivist approach to learning, whereby students gain knowledge and skills by investigating and responding to a complex real-world question, problem, or challenge. This is one form of enquiry based learning which also includes problem based and experiential learning.