Assoc Prof HENG Cheng Suang
Department of Information Systems and Analytics,
School of Computing (SOC)
We speak with Assoc Prof Heng Cheng Suang, recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Educator Award (OEA), where he shares his pedagogic journey in which he seeks to achieve resonance, realism, and results in his practice.
In this episode, we are so pleased to speak with Assoc Prof Heng Cheng Suang, recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Educator Award (OEA), where he talks about the strategies he incorporates in his practice to enhance the relatability and receptivity of his course content to ensure they have stronger resonance with his students.
Some of the conversation points in this episode include the following:
- On the importance of ‘completing the educational narrative with our story’ (00:46)
- On strategies that “enhance the relatability and receptivity of the course content so as to better resonate with students” (04:33)
- On knowing whether this learning objective of achieving resonance has been fulfilled in your students’ learning (07:05)
This episode is chaired by Assoc Prof Aaron Danner, Deputy Director of the Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL). Cheng Suang’s OEA Public Lecture was held on 21 September 2022.
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HENG Cheng Suang is an Associate Professor at the Department of Information Systems, School of Computing of the National University of Singapore (NUS). He received his Ph.D. (Organization, Technology and Entrepreneurship) from Stanford University, Management Science & Engineering Department. Prior to his postgraduate studies, he worked with the former Singapore Trade Development Board (now known as Enterprise Singapore) as a Senior Trade Officer (Information, Technology & Communications). He also had his internship in Chartered Industries of Singapore and Apple Computer (Singapore).
Cheng Suang can be reached at email@example.com.