Faculty Development

May 29, 2017 Faculty Development

ICE advocates faculty development to ensure consistency of students’ learning experience based on the university’s learning model and to meet the changing needs of health care services.

Over 70 faculty development programmes are conducted annually, facilitated by both IMU professors and visiting professors mainly from IMU’s partner schools covering a wide range of topics. Visiting Professorship Programme enables world leaders in health professions education to share their expertise and apply it in the regional context. In addition, experts from our partner universities as well as experts from within IMU regularly facilitate hands-on workshops in all aspects of teaching and learning in the university.

ICE’s faculty development activities is categorised as follow:

  • Educating 21st Century Health Professions educators which is the fundamentals in teaching and learning catering to the needs of mainly new academics
  • Teaching and learning strategies which includes Problem Based Learning, Clinical Education,  Experiential Learning
  • Assessment and feedback which includes Assessment Blueprint,  Constructing One Best Answers Questions, Standard Setting and Objective Structured Clinical  Examination
  • Research methodology in health professions education
  • Curriculum development and review
  • Professional development
  • Technology enhanced learning

Postgraduate programmes include the Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and the Master in Health Professions Education

 

Event Date Topic Speakers/Facilitators  Objective Synopsis Materials Registration Fee

12 - 14 Nov 2018

8:30am - 5:00pm

Fundamentals of Teaching and Learning
(FTL 18-3)

Prof Vishna Devi Nadarajah
Acting Pro VC, Education

Prof Victor Lim
Pro VC, Institutional Advancement

Dr Snigdha Misra
Head of Division, Nutrition & Dietetics

Dr Gnanajothy Ponnudurai
Associate Dean, Medical Sciences

Dr Kang Yew Beng
Associate Dean, Teaching & Learning (e-Learning)

Dr Chen Yu Sui
Human Bio, Cell & Molecules

Dr Joachim Perera
Human Bio, Cell & Molecules

Prof Er Hui Meng
Associate Dean, Teaching & Learning

Collate opinions on characteristics of good teacher.

Initiate personal professional development as educator.

     

16 Nov 2018

8:30am - 1:00pm

Mentor Training Workshop (18-2) 

Dr. Sushela Devi
Acting Head of Division, Psychology (& Behavioural Sciences)

Dr. Gan Sook Yee
Head of Dept, Life Sciences

Dr. Sushela Devi

Dr. Nicole Chen

Dr. Sagineedu Sreenivasa Rao

Ms. Carina Lai

Assoc Prof Dr Chen Yu Sui

Ms. Ho Shean Huey

Quick reminder of the different roles and responsibilities of a mentor.

Able to differentiate between coaching, mentoring and counselling.

Understand the Ethics of Mentoring

     

21 Nov 2018

8:30am - 5:30pm

Workshop on Assessment in Health Professions Education (Advanced Level)

Professor Richard Hays
Professor of Medical Education
Rural Clinical School, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania
Professor of Remote Medicine and Health
Mt Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health, James Cook University

Discuss quality assurance (QA) of assessment programmes

Discuss strategies for assessment quality based on QA evidence 

Assessment is an integral component of a curriculum.  It is the process of making a judgment on whether the learning outcomes are achieved through a systematic collection, review and use of information.  This advanced workshop in assessment focuses on the quality assurance of assessment (items, methods, progression rates etc), highlighting the areas that are critical to accreditation agencies, funders and employers. Participants will work in groups to analyse the assessments in their respective disciplines and discuss improvements that could be made.  Register TODAY RM700

22 Nov 2018

4:00pm - 5:00pm

Academic Plenary - Seremban
Globalisation and Artificial Intelligence: Impact on Curriculum Development

Professor Richard Hays
Professor of Medical Education
Rural Clinical School, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania
Professor of Remote Medicine and Health
Mt Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health, James Cook University

  Higher education has been radically transformed as a consequence of globalisation and emergence of artificial intelligence technology.  One example is the removal of boundaries of space and time.   Policy makers and curriculum developers need to rethink the purpose of education and support mechanism for the learners to order to produce synergy and collaboration among countries, communities and individuals.  Some of the issues in curriculum development include QA in dispersed sites, serving the needs and demands of many different markets as well as meeting the learning preferences of future students.  Professor Richard Hays will share his thoughts and insights on curriculum development driven by value creation and efficiency enhancement, given the opportunities offered by globalisation and AI technology.   Free registration

27 Nov 2018

12:00pm - 2:00pm

E-Learning Session 11: Designing Interactive Simulation Using storyline 360

Mohd Fadzil Bin Zainal Anuar

Aida Lina

       

10 Dec 2018

12:00pm - 2:00pm

E-Learning Session 12: Competencies

Zabibah binti Ibrahim

       
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