Inspiring Learning Innovations for Meaningful Engagement Through Teach Less, Learn More (TLLM) Initiatives

Inspiring Learning Innovations for Meaningful Engagement Through Teach Less, Learn More (TLLM) Initiatives

calendar_today Date: 14 March 2024 (Thursday)
schedule Time: 02:30 pm – 04:00 pm
location_on Venue: Online via Zoom
record_voice_over Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. LIM Chee Leong
Senior Director,
Learning Innovation and Development,
Centre for Future Learning,
Taylor’s University
class Moderator: Dr. CHENG Kwok Shing Gary
Executive Co-Director,
Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology,
Associate Professor,
Department of Mathematics & Information Technology,
The Education University of Hong Kong
person Target: Staff and postgraduate students
language Language: English
Participation in this seminar can be counted towards the Certificate Course “Introduction to Teaching in Higher Education” under the theme, “Seminars/Workshops in Learning and Teaching”.

Abstract

The implementation of Teach Less, Learn More (TLLM) initiative aims to achieve educational goals effectively by reducing content quantity while injecting higher quality teaching process through utilization of inspiring and innovative learning pedagogies. By redesigning physical and virtual learning space, this initiative scaffolds learners towards development of essential competencies and shape their own learning. Various transformational journeys implemented at Taylor’s University in Malaysia will be shared in this session, including Global Classroom that combines teaching excellence with learning innovation, the elements of virtual learning design in creating a meaningful hybrid learning experience, as well as the University’s ongoing efforts to enhance virtual, interactive, and immersive learning in an extended reality environment.

Speaker

Associate Professor Dr. LIM Chee Leong

Senior Director,
Learning Innovation and Development,
Centre for Future Learning,
Taylor’s University

Associate Professor Dr. Lim Chee Leong is the first notable individual from a private university in Malaysia to be awarded the prestigious National Academic Award in 2014 by the Ministry of Education Malaysia for his innovative teaching methodologies. His immense experience and capability have been most evidenced in his roles of Director of e-Learning Academy (eLA) and Senior Director of Learning Innovation and Development (LID) under Centre For Future Learning, Taylor’s University, where he successfully raise the profile of the name of the University in the area of learning innovation and creativity in teaching, and made Taylor’s University always being at the forefront of transformational teaching and learning journey as well as emerged as Champions in various Teaching and Learning related awards and competitions.