Towards Facilitating the Transfer of Academic Communication Skills, Radhika Jaidev

  Radhika Jaidev is the Director of the Centre for Communication Skills (CCS) at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). She manages the centre and teaches academic and technical writing as well as presentation skills to undergraduate students. She also drives the university’s Communication Across the Curriculum (CAC) instruction, consultation and assessment. In keeping with […]

Dialogue Session: The Faculty Development Committee

The Faculty Development Committee hosted a dialogue session on Wednesday, March 23rd from 12pm to 1.30pm. The session aimed to encourage discussion in key areas of SoTL. The following questions were brought up for the conversation:   What makes SoTL different to scholarly teaching? What ethical issues have you encountered in your own practice as […]

Review of Ian Bruce’s talk by CELC’s Nina Venkataraman

CELC Speaker Series 08: Expressing Critical Thinking Through Academic Writing   If we step back from the talk “Expressing Critical Thinking Through Academic Writing” and understand what Ian Bruce gave us as EAP facilitators, it can be encompassed into two concepts: Meaning and Methodology. Let me explain this. In the first part of the talk Ian […]

Engaging Learners: Flipped classroom approach, Kumaran Rajaram

  Before the webinar on the 16th Feb, we interviewed Kumaran about elements of his book. Chapter 2 is on the flipped classroom approach, the topic of his talk. ( More of Kumaran’s work can be found on his website: Learning Innovations | Kumaran Rajaram ( Engaging Learners – Flipped classroom approach: Webinar Video Presentation […]

Review by CELC’s Jodie Luu: Humanizing Corporate Communications with Storytelling – Tips from Anjali Sharma

by Jodie Luu As of January 2021, Statista reports that more than half of the global population are active Internet users, and most of them access the Internet via mobile devices. Such hyperconnectivity has paradoxically resulted in a world where people have too much information yet too little time to process. This forms an appealing […]